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CLEVELAND & TOLEDO RAIL ROAD.
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LAKE ERIE & LOUISVILLE R. R.
Premont, -ll :1 A.B.
Winters". 11 ,
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POST OFFICE HOURS.
OPENING AND CLOSING OF MAILS.
Throng k Mall go el"' at Mr.m.
Way Mail going A.t, kMM t ... -10A A. a.
Thro.g MaU going k " I0:!0 A- "
Mall Wet,oat M-
Threegh Mali In. th East opens at H-SO A. .
Way Mail from th East opens at ... 1M r. u.
Areas Mali free ta Waal qtn at . t:U A. a.
Way Mail fromth Wart (Mat...:...-. I1:H A. u.
I. E. & I. R. R.
leavesa. th. L E k L B t MM A. .
Mall arrive " ' " ....:..
Ta BoHerarms, Taaeday aa4 Friday at. 1
T Bleak Swamp, Batardaya, at 18
LAND FOR SALE.
FOX BALK A NEARLY NBW
Hons eaCroghaa street- ataiy ad a half
hi,h, with food wing, fir food room below and
two Urn noH as etaim. A food elaed !? wU
toekd wilt trait UM. mM mail trait, a..
flood wall aad e later a. aad a good woctioim
Enquire at Haber A RamhucB'a
2wif J. 0. ROSEBACGH.
Cabinet 8 hop, f
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
I cam-my Hea4Lt for aala. BUaat
ad oa Area atraa. Enquire ol F. 8. Whit, Baak
ofrromont. lams DW1GET P. LLOYD.
For Sale. .
A NCC BOMB aad on. aera ( Lead, with trait
tree, aad oet-beilding. la the el tr of Fremont,
nr cheap aad kag tlaM lot aajnaaU; alaa aaoat
X of aa aora aa WaHratrwt, i Fraawat, aaitakta
or.Dj auaalaetarlnf aataolliaawas aaa aoar iaa
atdaaai aortioa o( towa. Eaqaira of D. L. JLNB.
. FraaatJaaU,18l-tf . .
TOR BALE OR RENT A bMutiful-
L W loaatad alaaa of toa aeraa, Jirfl aiila lYoaa
Fraanat, oa tha vart alda at tha rir.r, a aoBrbrta
Ma aoaia aad aat-amildlata, a food well at -water
aodaaalaadidnrdaa wall atooaad with rarga aad
.mH frill, faaloaatioa la aa nVaaaaat aa an aa
rut aaoat Froartat, aal taa uaea
aa rtow af tfaa rirar aad oitT. Fo
r Mrtten l.n sail
aa or addiaaa.
rmoat, April U, MOT law
A DESIRABLE PLACE for SALE.
Taa aadaral(aad atara for aala tha araatlata
la Fraawat an aaeaaiod wy a, kaowa aa tha old
Ednrtoa iaAa," aoaipriaiBf foar Lata of araaad
aibarad Sa, , 888 aad Ui, ia oaa aqaara,
hoaadad ay Joha, Hif h, Maia aad KrlH atraata.
Tha aitaaUoa ia hi(h aad aoaatifal, aad tha aramia
M raallj aa doairabia aa aaj la tha aitj. Frait traaa
aad ahrabaarr ia abaadaaoa. Larga dwalllaf aaaaa
Bara aad oat aaildiaga, wU,iteraa, he, Ac.
Peoaaioi rir.a at oaca. Flaea to ba ahowa at
aartiata. Tanaaaaar. MB3. JKKHU BN81GB.
fraawat, Mvl.l7. laatSad
Farm for Sal. .
IOFFKB tor aala aijr Fara of oaa haadrad aad
aixtjr aeraa 1M aeraa of alaarad laad, ia high
atata of ault.rat.oa, tha balaaoa la haarj timbar
ItIhk wlttala thirty roda of Fort Baaaea, aad withla
thraa-foartha af a aili of a food flriat Mill aad 8aV
Mill. Tbaraara oa tha fam, two food DwaUiaf
Boaaaa, Wash aad SawkeEoaja. Oallar aadar tha
whola; Oara Orlba, Bara with 8hada, two aawfall
lac Spriaaa oao for tha Hoaaa aad oaa for tha Ban
SpriBf Boaaa, Orchard of Mo l,6raftad Frait,
aeh aa As.aa,0barriaa, Paara,Qalaaaa,Feacbaa, to.
For partiealara aa ta tern, at., aalloa or addraaa
at Fort Baaooa, Foatoftea, Baaaea ooaotr, Ohio,
x arm. ioi o -!,. - .,.
THI aadaralfaadoBera for aala hirfarm, aitaatad
ia BallTilie towaahlp, 8aadaakr eoaatr, Ohio.
w. t 9.1
loar mllea aoathwaat of Fraawat oa tha BaaduakT
rlrar. aootalaiaf aO aeraa of laad awra or leaa, orar
' . wul mttm of w.itiTatioa. laal it
jint kottooi aad tha balaaoa. timbar, aitaatad oa
lood iwada, a eoaifortakla hoaaa, frame bara, bagfj
hoaaa, food aallar aadar the hoaaa, wood hoaaa aad
thor oat door eaiidiara, t food awlla of water aad
elite rm, aa aaoaard af ia Utfe baarief apple traaa of
kekoa frait; alao pear, peaeh, ptaai. oherri, aad
other eamBMr trait. Alao a hoaaa weU aireated for
wjakiaf arrap. For farther iatarautwa aaoaaae of
iheaabaertbexmtMjraailaaa., tt 'm JJ
(lSa) - -'-IAMB HlfTf.
FARM FOR SALE. THE SUB
aerlbarwlahaatoaall hlrtrm to Wtthtaigtoa
Township, BaawT Ooantr, Ohio, aiilaa Woat
from Branwat aad 4 railea Bowthof BeesriUe; eoar
it.u. aOaares- 60 aeraa ia till aed 20 aera ia tim
ber. The aoil ia limeetoaa leasa, aad prodaetiTO.
ThehaaldiBfa aaaawtaf aaoaupnaaia uajoaaa-eu-laf
hoaae , a food teaaat haasa, a food well of aratar
at each hoaaa, atable, aoncriba, amoka hoaaa, dry.
boaaa aad Uaaa Aula As. ; A food wariaty et fral
traaa, eoaslstiaf ol apple, peach, aherry aad p luat;
alao, aatwaea M aad K0 tearing fiapeTlnaa, -toa-eiaiaf
U rariaMaa of f rapee Aay pereea waattof
tkia fara out hare poaawloa of tha teaaat, haase
with tha prrrelaga of two balds to till, this spring. .
For partiealara anqaira of I McMillan oa tha
List of Letters, remaining uncalled for
in the Post Office at Fremont, the 6th 3a of
Broome Henry .
Burket George ,.
Bonasit Jacob '
Bolack Mis Sarah
. Clarry John VJ
Castin Wm ,'
t;.k lalthart i.
Liliarger Wm --""
Maz.cf Flaeser 2 .
Mayor Henry -Misner
Moore Miss Minnie
" Nalah'm Geo '.'
Parrish John "
Rawley Mrs Maria'
Sbiaely Altfed -Shannon
' Smith John
Smith Mia Julia
Bander John -
Hansman Mrs El sab Stone J W
Henniog Ernst 8chmidt Tfaad
Handeinger John Stephens AY. J' j
HallOE ' Stahl Anguat '
Jackman Mies Mary Wagenast Fred '
Mr Ann '
H. W. BUCKLAND, P. M.
- - a. i
Good Dental work. In one of our
tramps a day or two sfnoa we called on Jr.
A. F. Paics. who has lately opened Dental
. Rooms here, and looked over several lull and
partial sets of teeth of his wotkmanshlpv W
found them Tory superior in finish and -sf 4be
very beet material. Since Dr. F&icx opened
an office be re he has received orders for eev
eral difficult pieces of work and has given
perfect satisfaction in every case we believe.
He aims to keep fully np with the times in
his profession, uses only the very best stock,
and has a complete set of .instruments jrith
all the latest improvements. His chair is the
most ingenious, comfortable and convenient
we have ever seen for the purpose and all the
arrangements of the rooms seem lo be excel
lent. We think those of our friends who
are in need of anything In the Dental" line
will like the Dr.'s work if they give him a
Burglary. An attempt was made to rob
the Post Ofltc. oo Monday .night, by some
N one who concealed himself, it ia supposed,
in Camkicld a new office. t About.half past
ten o'clock Mr. G coses Bccklaxd, who waa
writing at a desk in the back office, was shot
at, just aa he rose up from the desk, by some
one who stood at the front delivery, the ball
cutting his vest collar and lodging in the
window casing. Boekland at once got hia
pistols and started for the front door, which
hsd been locked, the key remaining on the
inside. Th burglar turned the key and
went out, taking to his beels down the alley
between Mima's and Enrrsn'i.
On the sitae night the Poet office at Clyde
waa broken open and robbed of about $3,00
in cash. Very few of the letter were dis
On Tuesday night another attempt was
made to break iota the Pest office in Fre
mont, by cutting out a panel from the back
door. Just as the work wss done and the
panel ready lo take out, Bucklahd, who
sleeps in the office, interrupted the rascal by
firing a shot through the door. We hope
the robbers will try again; '
The Dance.. The dance at Fabikg
Hum's Hall, which ia to elose the two days'
Musical Tournament, will be a grand affair.
ininy-eeveu eouuion aeua can -uaaco
once on the big floor, and the music will be
the best that money can bring. Let all
whose ''fantastic toes" are anxious to take
"trip" attend, and let every body else buy
ticket and look on.
A New Thing In Fremont. Mrs. Ten
yck. baa opened a shop in the St. Clair
Block, for the manufacture of gentlemen's
shirts, children's clothes, stitching, embroid
ery and all kinda of plain and fancy aewing,
Parsons who hare work in her line will find
it greatly to their advantage- give her
. FRIDAY, JU3T1C ,TSfr; I
TOWN AXD COEKTY MATTERS.
Union County Convention.
A Uaion Convonttoo will ba hald at th
Huaqnarteia (Journal Rootrw) in Fremont,
-r - ' '- ; T
On i .-'!- 1 -j-
,; ; ' Bat.raaT, tw 8 t6tl
"'. Ai' 2 o'clock, P. 1L, for lie iraifOMW
cnosing Five DelogUto repreaeol Saduky
Co. in the Union Slate Convention to be hol
Jen at Col ambus on iiel9i& of Jnne, 1867,
end for the transaction of other boaineaaa. A
UNION CENTRAL COMMITTEE.
FREMONT, May 24, 1867.
Brushing np. The.MutJC Store of L.
tosa baa bee repainted aad look aa bright
-Cnosa baa bee repai
a a new dollar. . ,1.
N-w8iaa..: .?iAir- Sow, be
aideaeonaidereUo 'otW fixing up, ; Lara a
new sign painted "by Kr. ' J. EaioBTWcxt.
Look at it, -- i ' v'-f "
,..Tio Pria-a. Th Frixaafbr the Tourna
rneht.Are on exuibitton. at thejank of Fre
mont TheT-.axw Terr handonk and ra
Phwaieiann and BnrrwOBA will take
oolieitrf 'tirfc idTtrtUneWof 'Clert' of
the Cpuntj Ifirnurj for propoeals for medi
cal and (argieai errioeB' duriog tha naoliig
jear. ' !.'' " I "",
-FealfVAl.n rMlAVm giref a fcatiral
onTueadaj the'lllh, klTjuion Hall in thia
city for the benefit of a colored ehareh ta be
built' lu. Uila city. ,'?'X3rand aupper in the
erttiiBg. '; AD are intited. I;
iegiat-Jr of Baakraptoy By 0er
aight we published" jn aa (ten) frftt weak
that Hon. M. B. Walkkb had bcaa atrpoint-
d Register of Bankruptcy in tha Kintal Dis
trict, whereas it should hare read-Fli pa
triot. Ooii F. Sawtbs, aHorwalk, baa bean
appointed in thU (lie 9ih) District. '.. ,
- aTnatiOa Coa. FsaBfaucw GaApr waa
brought befora- Justine Tjler en the 31st' on
charge of burglary committed On the (tore of
MiLLKi aV Waitiz, near the bridge on State
Streeyj Dit txammkObnJie wiA&jdnat orer
to appear at next term of Common Pleaa
Court. 'Bail $600..';': : , :, ., ,.j j '
Our Policy. We ars freroeut aaked
to publiah peraonal explaaaieona and raat-
tera of that nature that hire previously ap
peared in print in the other city paper. We
alwaya publiah soch article whea they are
furnished to us as early a to other, paper,
not otherwise. - ;
' Accident. man named KoVbt, who
has been driring team for Mr. AsnjDiw, met
with a aeriona aocideot on Friday afternooa
last. While rolling a log on the car at the mill
his leg was caught in the chain and broken
just abore the ankle. The bene waa badly
splintered., jThia ia iej third accident that
has, Happened, una apcine at ana near u
new tniU.' One ma had' sin arm broken,
another a leg. broken abore. tha knee, .and
An Outrags). A discharged soldier nam
ed Kjcarvlivlog neat Green Springs whose
health was destroyed by iraprisonnrent m An
dersonTille, while returning home from. Tit-
fin, last Friday week, was attacked by a brace
of copperhead named Diihi. and 8TTH,in
the suburbs of Tlfflu, who dragged him from
his hone, threw him in a ditch and pommeled
him severely. . He complained to tha mayor,
who had them arrested and fined (5 apiece 1 1
Matins. The Schooner JJoot.Capt. Ttm
made her. first trip. to. Buffalo ia twenty
hours. :'''Good time that! 1 ' ! ' ' . .::
The Schooner Fotioria left here Friday the.
3141, for Buffalo, loaded ..with staves from Mi!.
The Schooner Wut left oa Saturday for
Buffalo, loaded with lumber from Wist eV
UABA. .3-1.:-, -.j e- i ,
The Schooner - JVemOnJ arrived Friday
night, light, and loaded with oat from FLiirr
TiLLOTSoif. one left on Saturday for.
Bun.'v, '' -""v -hi:
In Dnra.no VUo.- A party of gay and
festive chape, whose mothers probably didat
know they were out" came up from Foate-ria
last week for a "fishing excursion." and got
themselves s a-rretty x by lugging off
Capt, "a&Mrsjf's ide.eac" to make
kinatHng Wjopfl roM nejr,uprjTfc. not
liking their style, oon atable Fa hrrested
(bay whole 'prty ' and 'put Ibem'in tajs-'jaQ
until morning, when they were brought be
fore justice TvsY:wboi informed them in
substartce .that (key must either fiab ,6r cat
bait.' ( They concluded that fishing would 'at
paw ia a country where they aweM'st .use
inaaPjieignDor mi ror ore woou ant o pain
Cpi Thokpsoh' bill and 'the sets', and
startelLbr home on foot,eompletoly strapped,
wtth ucessviongAB opeet tneajapi. s rails.
Grand Musical Tournament!
Grand Musical Tournament! TO BE HELD IN. FREMONT, OHIO,
Tuesday & Wednesday, June 11 & 12.
'The otder of exercises of the Grand Tour
nament on Tnesday and Wednesday, will be
as follows: ' ." . ..,.; . .
1. Reception of Bands, Glee Clubs and or
ganization. - ' , '. . .' '."
2. Grand Parade of all the Bands.
3. Grand Tournament Concert and compe
tition or Orchestra and Ulee Ulabeat Mam
moth Hall in the evening.
. PaooKAMaa or Concur The following
are a few of the pieces which will be per
formed dnring the interludes, between the
Opening' piece, selection from Hoguenot s,
arrancea oy Ki. r . roos, - rremont ranu.
Overtare, - - - - Fra Drivolo, ( Aober.)
Polonaise V on Kerhner, - bieuber a Quar
tette Band. '-
Cornet Obligalo, (Grand Concert Polka, '- -
Chas. liaeta. . .
Tioloncello Solo, - -- - - - F. KInber.
Fantasie pour Clarinette et. Piano, - - Prof.
V. t. Hoot and oon 11 rears ouL. -., . ..
Airs from Opera Barbier de Seville, '.' -
Kossint.) ' ,
Guitar Solo, (Thalberg's "Home, Sweet
' TT ff " . , . T, t t TJ T,
jtiome, wiiu vanauons, - x fw. i. x xwiu
" Presentation of Prizes awarded to Glee
Clubs and String Bands to take place at the
close, of the Concert. . . . .
1. Rineinir of all the bells in the citv at
' ' 3.f Assembly of the Band jit Mammoth
Hall, at 9 o'clock A. M:, where they will form
to procession -and march to toe new Fair
Grounds, East Side; at which place the com
petition for the prizes by the Bands will take
The following are some of the competition
pieces which wui be performed: - .
International Quickstep'. '. ; ' '
' Grand Potpouri, from Lucretia Borgia. :.
Overture from Straniera (Verdi.) -
Amateur at Home..: .--...-.'!
At the close the Bands will be consolidated
and play the "Empire Quickstep" all togeth.
er, marching to the Public Square, at which
place win be awarded the Band Prizes.' '
A Grand Social Hop will take place at
Mammoth Hall, Wednesday evening.': . Music
by. an excellent String Band from abroad.
' Committee ori Reception. MatoB'Bux, M
E. Tius, IL W. Wixslow, C. Doner so.-,
D. W. Keebs, Josefs SrvsEai S, Bocexakd,
C. H. Bell, F. Wnjutm.
Orand MarshaU.SL W. Bbistol, E. W.
Cook, G. Wiluams, A. Tootro,' J.- D. Garr
m, A. JvShtoeb, J. L. Gbexne, Jr., L. W.
Waad. .' :.. ' .'...;,. .' .
Admission to Concert, 58 cent. - To Fair
Grouoda, 85 cents, '"
Income List-Sandusky County.
Wo' give below 0t List of Taxable In
comes aa BBwasarTby I. R. Babthtt, Esq.,
lor tlilSiOTlRvWoaoT tfceWlnlSDbrtrict.
tl Will betusdarsfopal 1ka each person is by
law iept from'taiatioB en income to the
amount of. 41009 and taxes, kesea, arooont
paid for bir, ate. Tha following list exhibits
tb araMrntf each parson's net rnoome, af
ter the above dtduetioue have been made
iacb wet ioovoe being,';ol. eoiree, -ubjeet
Anderwa A O.lAii ..it..U4 35 53
ASgler Jaeob.i.4 .
Bo ice B V -,
.. 182 00
:.' 917 00
.. 90 00
.. 83 84
..4 732 93
.. 174 44
"Bruner Martia, Sen.
Chamberlain Levi . .. . . ..
Caa field Gee C..'...r
.iaV 171 00
.PjavAssan Rl-.- -
Olapp Chas.... ........ .
Close Geo ........ .... .-
Liean tr v.......
... . WW WW
....2 203 00
....2 012 00
.... 730 00
D illon B
Downs JBG ...... ...
.... 226 00
x lsnar u tt
Gudf A'.i. -ff i -y--rr -t
Goedaon 3 W
Gill more Thomas .'
. 100 00
. 664 00
. 530 00
Harris L F
Haynea Kat ...
2- 904 00
Kino- J n i'Ti Ja
..I" 275 00
... 568 00
B ' ,
Leitor Abraham. ". . ...
... 500 00
... 15 00
... 406 00
... 132 00
Ludwig Jerry,.... ....... ..
Moore Jam.es... t.pi . . .
....... 452 00
2 609 00
Moore John P...'....,.
Metsger Joseph... ..oa
Mqirery Samuel, V .".
Miller A H.......
J.....V. 477 00
.1 196 00
'.w. 172 00
...1 010 00
Norton Pli..;..;.-.;!:.:....! 154 00
Norton W : 239 00
PowewGeo?.aVtIJ.i 4&r- 939 00
PismGeorse L.".. ......... ...l 138 00
Remelsp&oher Geo. : '.
Eawson La ".. .
Richards . :
Boa -Lvlt'.'... .......... .
,.' 329 00
V, 196 00
'1 646 60
Ricnards Archibald . . . .........
. -46 00
Smith Robert . ..
,. 777 00
Smith John M r
Sniitlj TnJB'rp. J J 3.X ? AHC'.
Shabi John. ,A-.i U ; i , IV'. ji- i i i
Smith Israel. ...
Tyler John 8..:.':,.V...... .... 274 00
Tbompaon Chae............ ...I 040 00
Thierwechter M. D-.... . . .. ...l 336 00
S T V
VandercookFred.... 170 00
S T V W
Williams David...... H200
Wood Burdette...'. I J33 00
Wagoner Samuel.... ............. 333 00
Wagoner Daniel . i: 419 00
WykwBaF. .a....eeeaaa,art ,
Weatr If cJ:l...t.i;.'....... 281 00
wuu? F.8.:;...::..:.;,;;;a 980 oo
S T V W Z
Zeigler.HeBryw....V........:..il 829 00
a ,.. ' " i
The Raeeo. The list of horses entered
for the. first day's races is given below.
Among them are several fine horses from
abroad and the feces promise to be of more
than naaal interest. The attendance is good
for the first day and will be large for Friday
and Saturday, . j ,
TROTTING—3/4 MILES, 2 IN 3—MEMBERS ONLY.
C. H. Belt", 'v Karaea," s. ir.' Dan. Taylor.
Ira Smith, Dr. e. Bob. i :
J, Ryder, , L ,',. g.y. Billy.
RUNNING—3/4 MILES, 3 IN 5—OPEN TO ALL.
T, H. Buh, Kamea, ' a.h. Fremont.
sviiucay, .- " .. o. m. ocaooy,
Wm. Herbatar, ' - b. ra. Lady Bird
0. H. BelL Karnes, g- De Powell.
Jas. FurneyiD ! ' t t - Lady Emms.
Theo. Ulapp, - " b. m. lady
P. BaiiTOgtayT'' 1 1 br. g. Honest-Tom.
Ira Smith, ' br. g. Bob.
J. Ryder, . " ; g. y. Billy. ...
RUNNING—3/4 MILES, 2 IN 3—MEMBERS ONLY.
J. R. Bartlett, Vamea, e.y. Mack. -
T. H. Bush b. c. Pst Maloy.
Ira Smith, . ; , " g. m. Lady Fremont,
Ueo. Hurdick, " - . . lady Fanny.
WnxHerbster, " b. m. Lsdy Bird.
PACING—3/1 MILES, 2 IN 3—OPEN TO ALL.
F. J. Whirlow, - Names, v. g. Lazy Tom.
W. Hebblethwaite, " Umpire.
John, Bennett, " b. m. Lady B.
THIRD DAY —SATURDAY.
T. Enp-land.' Names, b. r. '
Ira Smith, - . " ... g. m. Lady Fremont,
8. 8. Loffland, " b, m. Cherry Bell.
J.VanMarter, b.e. , . '
RUNNING—1 1/2 MILES, 3 IN 5.
J. Pitman, Names, - c. h. Fremont.
J. B. Lackey, " .- v. m. Scabby.
John Bennett. " .' . b. g. Star Davis.
Jas. Forney,- ' Names, Lady Emma.
Pat. Barricger, . , '. Honest Tom.
i. S. Peck, Gipsey Queen.
Winter's Station. Winters Station, 8
miles west of Fremont, on the L. E. A L. B.
R., is becoming quite a business little place.
The Grain Market of late has been excel
lent, quite as good as that of Fremont The
dealers there are doing a thriving business,
Messrs. KiMO A Baos., last week, shipped
ever seven thousand bushels of grain, princi
pally corn. : Messrs.' Eehx A Kelley also
shipped a large amount, for which large
prices were paid. We think the R. R. Com
pany would do well to baQd a switch at that
place, m k mw Warehouse would be erected
TOWNSEND, June 3, 1867.
given the Teacher's last letter as critical an
examination as he has, they doubtless hare
come to the conclusion that he !was one of
those unfortunate youths whose literary pow
ers were developed in the district school, and
that he has emerged from that painful situa
tion to manifest to the world the utter futility
of the mode of operation. Whatever they
may think, it is a fact that he has passed
'under the rod," the ferule, played "tip-up"
and many of the other popular games of the
school-room; has survived the ordeal and feels
grateful that he can give a practical illustra
tion of the defects which the rural school has
impressed. I accept it as such and use it as
a strong argument in favor of something
better. If such are the fruits, the tree must
be a nusiance, therefore hew it down.
I have long since learned that if mistakes
are made or errors occur in anything with
which the school master is connected, be is
the guilty one. He is responsible before the
tribunal of publie opinion for about ninety
nine times as much as he has the liberty, abil
ity er power to execute. I fully realize the
justice of such proceedings, acknowledge
everything.Juid without an apology proceed
with the subject, hoping the compositor will
be kind enough to "go my halves in the fu
Sympathy for my friends of the profession
and a natural forbearance lead me to touch
lightly upon school discipline and the many
failures that occur. If a person on earth - is
eligible to the sympathy of the public, it is
the teacher of Common schools; but how
few even receive justice. They are watched
by everybody and censured by everybody
when they should receive the undivided sup
port of everybody; and far be it from me to
cast a reproach upon the frailest of them. It
is not my object "to criticise them or their
systems, to suggest or advocate this or that
measure in connection with the management
of schools. I prefer rather to lay the ax at
the root and if possible induce those who
havt the whole control of the matter to study
the subject thoroughly and see if there is not
something they may do to remedy this grow
The way you manage but little inducement
is offered to a teacher of merit; especially is
it so with regard to gentlemen, for who can
feel that interest, or work with that earnest.
ness, realizing that when three months are
finished some inferior workman will take and
modify and mutilate the temple so beauti
fully begun, that he would' were he assured
that he alone should be the architect and that
moral edifice towering heavenward should
in all time stana a a city upon a uiu, renecv-ine-
credit or discredit upon its builder.' Will
not men act as reasonably when the growth
and proper development ol an immortal be
in is under consideratioa, as they would in
rearing a frail domicile to stand but a few
years and crumble to dust? Yet who would
uidulcre the novice to plan, another to exe
cute a part, still another to complete any
work of art, any earthly structure.
- How is it with your children, those
little jewels from the infinite storehouse
of Deity, the material for an edifice, last
ing ss eternity, indestructible as their Au
thor- shall they endure this succession of
change, this murderous precedence longer?
Your most fatal error is on tniB very point
freaueut chance of .teachers.. Very few
teach the second term in the same locality,
and very seldom, no matter now well toe peo
nl are satisfied, are they permitted to re
main the third. As a general thing, just
when they have arrived at a point where
thev can beein to be useful, tney are super
ceded. This is the grossest injustice to the
teacher and a deadly weapon pointed at the
progress of the children. You complain that
the school does not progress, it is backward.
Just blame yourselves for it.- You say, we
have a poor school. Then hire a stranger
because he works cheap. If you delight to
see the least possible improvement, change
teachers every month. If you want to real
ize the worth of your money, procure a good
teacher and keep him. So matter what com
nenaation he demands, you make a savinir
bargain. If this should fall in the hands of
an advocate of the "change of pasture makes
fit stock. I have but a word to oiler, l re
respectfully invite him to go with me into the
rural school at the commencement of each
tArm. and witness the first prescription. Ig
norant of the qualifications or abilities of the
little group, the teacher very knowingly deals
out to each his portion, invariably from the
commencement of the text book. From
that grand starting point they proceed during
the term. Another commences. . The old
title page is again sought and that delightful
meSS mUSt D6 aosea out III use maimer agaiu.
Nn tpanher can do Justice to his school until
he has learned the peculiarities and needs of
van nunil. So diversified are tne tempera
nntt and abilities of children that it is im
possible to successfully administer to their
wants without a knowledge of their natures.
This can onlv be obtained by association and
observation, which require time; and to say
that a stranger, other unngs Being equal, can
be as successful as one thoroughly acquaint
ed, is little better than nonsense.
FREMONT, May 29, 1867.
Council met pursuant to adjournment
Present: Botefur, Pres't; Betts, Brush, Ochs,
Keller and Quilter, Trustees; Wilmer, Clerk.
The following Ordinances were read the
third time and passed; To provide the mode
of constructing side and cross walks; To re
strain horses from running at large: Ayes,
Betts, Brush, Keller, Ochs, Quilter and Bot
efur; Nays; none. To regulate theconstruc
tion of awnings and prevent the obstruction
Messrs. Quilter and Brush were appointed
a committee to make arrangements for the
purchase of a hand Engine for German En
gine Company No. 1.
Messrs. Betts, Quilter and Keller were ap
pointed a committee to contract for gravel
to Macadamize streets.
Mr. Brush submitted a proposition of the
Board of Health, that they will report to the
Council all nuisances which may come under
their knowledge , and let the Council, through
the Marshal and his Assistants, abate and re
move the same. Adopted.
FREMONT, June 8, 1867.
Regular meeting of the Council. Present
Rnlefur. Pres't. Betts. Brush. Ochs and
Quilter. Trustees. Willmer, Clerk. Absent
- Minutes ot the last -regular and special
meetings read and wpprovedT"' -
The following Reports of Committees were
adopted: On Finances; on Cisterns; on the
purchase of gravel; on alley south of State
Street, East Side; Finance Committee fixing
the rate of taxation at 11 mills.
A report of the Committee on Hand En
gines was laid upon the table.
The following sidewalk wss orderedjo be
built: north side of Napoleon, between Elm
and Wood Street
On motion of Mr. Ochs it was . -
Resolved, That all petitions for sidewalks
be hereafter referred to a standing Commit
tee on Sidewalks.
Ochs, Brush and Quilter, Committee.
A number of petitions for sidewalks in di
ferent localities of the city, were referred to
the Committee on Sidewalks.
On motion of Mr. Brush, it was .
; Resolved, To Macadamize Court Street,
west of Main; the expenses to be levied upon
the property, adjacent to or abutting upon
said street; Providedja majority of the pro
perty holders, after being notified of the in
tended measure by the marshal, do not pro
test against the same.
A petition of A. Goeller was referred to
The proposition of June t Buckland.
regard to Elm Street, was taken from the ta
ble and referred to a committee, consisting of
Messrs. Betts, Keller and Ochs.
A remonstrance against the construction of
a Sewer on South side of State. Street, East
side, was laid upon the table.
A proposition of i . b. W lute, to repair
Croghan Street, was accepted.
On motion, it was resolved to appoint 15
special policemen for the Musical Tourna
Several proposals for the construction of
the ditch on Main Street and the Macadam
izing of Croghan Street were laid upon the
On motion of Mr. Betts, a Committee on
Fees and "Salries"was "appolnled." Belts,
Ochs and Quilter, Committee, ,? .r "
An account of William Shehee was refer
red to Mr. Quilter.
'The Clerk. wss instructed to invite, by
handbills, proposals to construct the plank
sidewalks ordered by the Council.
... - ..a V F .. 1 O Awf i y
Adjourned untu jane am, ioo aa i;j
J. D. BOTEFUR, Pres't.
Attest, F. WILLMER, Clerk.
Examinations In the Public Schools.
The following is the order of Examinations
in the Schools above the Primary:
First Secondary, MissLydiaDeran, Teach
er, Monday and xnesoay, June luin ana
Second Secondary. Miss Mary Fanning,
Teacher, Wednesday and Thursday, the 12th
East Side Intermediate and Secondary, S.
S. Long, Teacher, Friday and Monday, the
14th and 17th. 1
West Side Intermediate.Grammar and High
Schools, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
the 17th. 18th and 19th.
Reports to the several Schools, and distri
bution of Certificates of Promotion, on
Thursday and Friday.
DramaUca Revived. We learn that the
Excelsior Club have determined to repeat
,'Ten Night in a Bar Room" with a jolly
force, oh Wednesday night next, the even
ing of the second day's Tournament. The
play has an excellent moral, is full of inter
est from beginning to end, and will draw a
large house. The Club play it well better
that half the regular companies can do it.
The part of Morgan,' which was taken by
Mr. John Hood on the former presentations,
will be played by Mr.. Eogewe Dwight who
always plays his part well. . Some other
changes in the - characters have been found
necessary on account of the absence of some
members of the Club, but we believe the
play will loose none of its interest by' the
changes. The plan u to begin and close the
entertainment early, so that those who wiah
may attend the dance at Fabing 'a Hall which
closes the Tournament. The -posters and
programmes .will, give particulars in due
time. Let all who wish to get asata go ear-
IT- - - -
Don't Pass by S. Buckland A Son's old
Drug Stand. They can. suit you if any
body can. : , ...
. . a i wn i a
Cant Sew it I Can't aee what? How
Muita can offer to sell clothing for spring
and summer wear, just from New York, m
the latest and best styles, at such, prices.
The fact is, that be buys cheap and sella
cheap, geta cash for what be sells and buys
again. That is all there is about it .
Hot Cakes, Bristol A Taylor's new
Lock of roods goes off like hot cakes. - It
comprises everything neat and desirable in
Shawls and Sackings.
This Week we present you with a new
advertisement of Dr. E. Dillon A Son.
They commenced business in Fremont in '61,
and contrary to the expectations of, many,
soon became the leading Druggist ia the
place. ; Their long experience, a thorough
understanding of the Drug Business, snd
improved facilities, , enable them to offer
special indu'ements in their line of trade.
It is their aim to keep only the purest Drugs.
Their Chemicals are bought of the best
manufactory in the United States, and most
of their Patent Medicines from the proprii
tors direct We have' no hesitancy in a
soring our friends that they will find the
purest Liquors at this establishment - This
firm keeps on hand this spring the largest
stock of Paints, Oil, and Window Glass ever
brought to Fremont. They have spent time
snd money in the study of Dying snd Dye-
stuff, and extraordinary care is taken to
purchase -the best material for coloring,
Should you need Wall Paper, call at this
store and you will find a large atock, paper
of better quality, patterns of finer selection
snd in greater variety, and lower than can
be found elsewhere. If you wish to pur
chase Drugs, fine Perfumery, Paints, Oils,
Window-Glass, or any . thing in the Drug
line, you will always find the best ! articles
at Dr. E. Dillon A Son's Drug Store. . w 1
Drugs. Go to-S.' Buckland- A Son'
every time for your drugs, dye Stuffsv med-
ecines, perfumes, oils,,, paints, glass,' Ac.
They keep a very large stock a prime as
sortment of every thing in their line. They
buy cheap for cash And ' sell on terms that
will, satisfy any body that they can lead the
trade in their linei " ; . - v .
Facta are Stubborn Things Facts
are stubborn things, and it has lately ' come
to be generally' acknowledged that Youhk
mait is doing good work in the line of Mer
chant. Tailoring at very low rates, and
selling splendid ready-made clothing at the
lowest prices. : Hedont make any fuss
about it but sells cheap and gets a good trade.
2jwa ; ,
Call Early at Bristol A Taylor if you
want the choicest selection from their splen
did new stock. a -. .
A Terrible Railroad Accident in
Fremont Yesterday morning about nine
o'clock the passenger train came in from the
East under full speed, and just as the last
car was passing over the bridge, although
the bridge had previously shown no sign
of its inability to bear its tremendaous bur
den, yet five gentle men and some ten er fif
teen ladies, whose names we have not learn
ed, while passing under the bridge at that
moment, were most terribly and horribly run
over by a vast crowd of people urging their
way to Harris' Photograph rooms in Buck
land's New Block, to get their photos taken
but no one rerkmsly injuaed.
Trirnrnings, new styles, at Bristol fc Taj
lor's. .. - -.- - '-
Scratch, Scratch, Scratch; Why
Scratch, when' you can; cure' ybuTvClf by
using..,, buckland .iSelgian , Itch Arouon.
Price 50 ete. - . -
. A New Line of
" VS CLYDE,
AT DUFREIM ' GRABACH'S,
You can buy BOOTS end SHOES cheaper
than any other place in the State. ' -
A New Stock of Shawls at Bristol
Beautiful Instruments. Go to the Mu
sic and Jewelry Store of Cross, and see the
nice 5-octave Melodeonaat $75,00 each.
' Enterprise in Bdncatlon. No system
of education is -better adapted to rouse,
strengthen and give force to the mind than
the diciplme of a -first class Business Col
lege. Such an institute is located at Ann
Arbor, Michigan. It is worthy of note that
while inferior Commercial Colleges are ter-
minatine an ephemeral existence, th
Institute has kept on steadily advancing till
to-day it is more prosperous than ever be
fore.. For circular and specimens of Pen
C. PARSONS, A. M.
Ann Arbor, Mich.
Splendid Pianos. E. L. Caoss has just
received some new Pianos that surpass in
finish, compass and tone any that have ever
been brought to this market. Two of them
are of Hall it eDavis' best made, and one
ia a small fined-toned Piano of Emerson's
Manufacture,-- The last is moderate is price
and is a beautiful parlor instrument. Call
and see them. '
Ladies Hair eatting.latEst styles at Baoca-
Howling. Thc fellows who have been
making night hideous with their howls will do
well to read the ordinance on the subject.
S. Bnckland ft Son's) have paint
enough in their store to supply the whole
county, f Go and see for yourselves. ;
What YOU alwayS BhOUld Remember I
j... v:-v 4V. 1
wnnr nam, ace. date Ol Tour Diirn, too
name of the town, county and State in whieh
you waa born, aad that Hasbis, Photo
graphie Rooms are in Buckland's new block
where you -can always get good pictures on
short notice. . . -
OMnritehea made as good as new at
Hew Express Office. The new Mer
chants Union Epxress office is quite an m-
provement on the old one. It is convenient,
neat and pleasant The news room is very
well stocked and is bound to be an "institu
IfRenneisss good looking and has aa
many good qualities as may be presumed
from rutins- hia Pain-Killing Magic Oil, we
don't wonder at his popularity. Hit Magic
Oil, aa a pain-Killing agent, is a success.
Everybody that trie it eaye worn iiao
Charm. Hold oy r. xmion a oun.
Use CABTibs.i-ln calling for that excellent
Salerstus, D. B. DeLisnd dt uo. s utm vntm
icaL be sore you get what you call for, a in
consequence of its sueceas there are many
imiutrnnain the market It ia better than
T.naa at Ton a Goat and see if the collar
rt ahnnMara are not covered with dandruff.
If such be the cane procure a bottle of "Bar
ixti'a Vawetable Hair Restorative," a few
annliratinn of which wiU entirely eradicate I
every particle of dandruff and render your I
bair eleau, ncn ana greeny. - I
Tnsbmllu. Anr trouble occasioned by
eating encumbers or unripe freit will disap-
" . it .v. ...it.h. ;11 . V. An.
pear tnatonter if the sufferer will take one
swallow of Coe's DraiKrsiA Cua. It .is
On tha 31st of Mar. in Fremont, hy Jus.
tie Trier. Henbv S. Keller and Mux Susan
On the Ifilb of Maw. in Fremont br Jua-
tine Tyler, Job Disueb and Miss Mast M.
x June4tb.in Fremont, by Rev, E. -Bush-
nell Mr. Albebt J. Wiluaits of Cleveland,
and Miss Emxa A. Halteb of Fremont
On tha 3d inet at the Tall House, Fre
..i liw R.r Mr. Tnr. Mr. HoMEa Mil
uots with Mma Pbebv Hocks, both of Fre
On the third dar of June. Williav C,
Geeseman. see 14 rears, 3 months, and 30
Ha is nn more : tne unioriunate oov, n at.
. . , . . . i tar
n. aacsEHAH. who met with that awful ac
cident on the 24th of May, died on the 3d
of June. A read boy he was, beloved by all
who knew him. He was in the employ of
Mr. HAirsow Bowxcs at the time of the ac
cident. Beina- in the eneine room, he sup-
Dosed that one of the boxes wss Heating,
and rciched across from where he was with
hia richt hand, laid hia left hand on the lanre
nine-inch belt thirty-two feet , long, that
hone loose, whieh immediatelr eaueht his
arm and wound it then the whole body,
around the lanre shaft He remained in
that Dositioo until one of Mr. JJowlcs men
ran in and shut off the steam. They un
wound the belt and relieved him. They sup.
nosed that he must have gone around the
shaft no less than fifty time, and the apace
between the shaft and floor being only about
fourteen inches. He now rest in peace.
His funeral was very largely attended. ,-
REV. M. LONG.
REV. M. LONG. Commercial Matters.
JOUBHAL OFF10K, fRIaTONT, 0-,
Tknrsday, daae e,ioi.
Wheat-No. 1, $2 (0 ; No. X, 12 00 ; No. J, $1
Flonr $13 60U 60 $W Tbbi.
Corn ISta. T bushel. -
Bye fl lOWbaaheU
Oatt--2. W basheL . ; , ' '. .
Baickwtaeat (grain) 87e. T bushel.
Flax fSeed-IJ 00 W bashel.
Timothy Hem-2 002 SOW basse 1.
, Clorr Btee 17 00T 74 W baahal.
Dmwd Hwav-7 M(a$7 7i W ewt.
La rat 10c lb by th keg ; UXc Wlb at retail
Hankyd meats Bama, lSXeta. T lb ; Shoal
dan, 10. W lb ; Drid BeefOc W to.
Ptf tn-TarU, 1 90, It f091 0 spieoe
Chickens, 12t31&c apieoe, lire ; dressed, I Q 10. V lb.
Batter Ulea-W lb . . ;
Erte 12X. T doaaa
Paiatoea $1,00 r bushel.
Oaloaa 00cW bashel.
Greea Apple) 7iaN W bashel.
-Driem Apple) . T lb. .;SxrL
SSMararast SOe. T lb. .
. Woolr-8eo, fb. ..,
Bait Fine, "ck, lis ; " bbL, V 60 J Coaras,
r bu. ts
, Fael-rWvd,W conLSS MS4 00; CoalflOW
ttsaanwat .", ' i!vi f . f t '
Coffee Bio, 227e.vv lb; Java, 40t6e. W lb
Tea 8631 oo w lb.
Sagar Gommoa, by th barrel, Wlb,10,12X
10 ; White, l9Ue, B.
BaaCkerel- 00 O tlO 0 W H bbl.: S2 M
Kit. - : ' ' '
Fremont liiaae soc w bosh.
Maple 8uar UXOIS ; ' ' ' "
Fremont Lumber Market.
Pipe Slav eev- '
Oae lack and a half, -On
Iach aad a quarter
On Inch and
Oa lack Bad Oak,
8eyea-Iighth i -.
tt W M
. 42 '
. White Aah,
. fll OOV HI
20 01 de
Bat 0t em
. 14 00 de
22 00 do
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RISLETOBITCHU U th orraa for, ln and
weakness la the back aad loiaa; aad all tkoee
complaints reealtiag from derangement of the kid
ney, and erinarr organ'- Sold in large bottle by
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IT WORKS L.IKB A CHARM. Hv jo
headache t Uaa Beam' Magic Oil t Hare you
toothache? Ue Reane'a Magie OU? Hav yo
neuralgia Ue Beaae'a Magie Oil I Hav yoa
Rheumatiam ? Use Reno"! Magic Oil ! Hav yoa
Sore Throat ? Ue Ban'( Magi Oil t Hare yoa
Sciatica f Uaa Ben' Magi Oil ! Hv yoa a
bruise r Uaa Rmae'a Magie OU I Hav yoa cram pa ?
Us Reese's Magi Oil ! Hv yoa cooler ator-
bn? Ue Ren.e'a Magi OI1I Hav you lame
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Family Remedy, to cur all kinds of pain, yoa erar
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tkru on each bottle. Bay it of th Druggist or
Merchant whet you trade. If they hare aot tot it
oa hand they will nand for it, at your request, and
H yoa th Genala Beaae'a Pain Killlag Magic
OIL at to manuiacturer-B loweat prtea at retail.
WM. BINNS, Sol Proprietor aad alaaafactarar,
Plttsneld, Mass. Sold wholeaala aad rtatl by Dr,
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Bhattereal Constitution Reatored
HaufsOLD'a Ixtao Buoau.
MALA HIA EVERYWHERE. Barely
thar heea a aaasoa aa fraitral aa this ol aialar
loai disease. Not oai aa the prairie tad la the
vaUey af th west, sot saersly la all .th eld
haaaU of rarer aad Ague BUIobj Bemlteat
Ferer. here these arostreuag diseases beta aaara-
sUj Tlrnleat ; bat they hay extended to tow aad
evtte aerer befora isjeates with them, and hay
vea aaoeaded the moantaiaa aad attacked thoas
aad of soopl aappoaed to hare baas flaaadbv th
law lof aatnra abore their reach.- Bene we are
eonpelVad to admit that a fearful element pervade
Uaiveraal Air tola season, aad hoald at oae
resort to the only aparovod areveativ of It oo
rqeeaee, HOBTITTC BB STOMACH B1TTKB8, s
toale as aottnt, aa aati-spUc as aerfcrt, aa altara-
nre so Irresistible, aad a atlaralant so para, that It
eaablei tha haataa are torn to retriat ad baffle all th
prediapoelBf eaaaaa af dlaeaae. With tbecoaadeaee
that oae etothadU laeoaBbaatible garments slight
mora among bbuiaf baildlnga, the sua who an
himself sgaioat malaria with thia powerful dona
aire midiela may walk a ferer aeosrged district
fearlea af Its laaslabrioua tmoapbara. Tha Intar-
mtttenta aad ramitteat at present ao graeral ia all
puis of the eomatry saay be bat (ba for.rana.ra of
deadlier aeanrga now aa its way westward fro
thamr Eaat. Prepare toe sya tern with Hoatettar'a
Bitter iar a aaaeaaafal battle with t be mephltie
of allaDldemlaa. Be wis in time. Soldi
erywharaNew Tort orld, Ker. , 1866.
TO aDONtttTOIPTlVa Th adrertiaar, hav-
tef ba restored ta health is s few weeks bj s rery
ajaapr remedy, after ha ring suffered tor
yean with severe bug affection, aad that dread
dleeaaa GonsaaptwB 1 anxious to make kaowa to I
hi fallow sufferers th main af ear. To all who I
daaira it he will lead a cop f the prescription 1
sad (fro of ebarf,) with th directions far pre
paring aad aaing the aame, whieh they will una a
srss ctrsa roa vossrsrrioir, AtrTHaA, Bkowchitjs,
,a.d.u Throat aad Lay a-y-1
The ear paat of tk aTertlaer ia aaadlaf the Fre-
seripttoa U to.beneat the aoustaa, ana eprsaa lruor-
matioa which he eoaceive to a inralaabla, aad ha
hopes every asfferer will try hi remedy, aa i
cost them ao thing, aad aosy prore bleaaisg.
tie wishing th preacription, vaaa, by retara
will pleaa addraaa BET. XOWABO A. WILSON,
vUaBOv-ear William aburg, Kihg Co, N.T
The Glory of man I St renatle. The re
fers the aarroua aad debUiUted ahould imaMdiataly
nnasoui a ax tea or ttocitr,
A Cough, A Cold, or
A Sore Throat,
RsoDiais Iiiduti arnrsrios,
ASD SHOULD oasSSSSV,
v Er auowsd to oa.TTisus,
Irrltatloa of the Laaga, A
ease, or ConMaaapUoai
is orraa ths aassLT-
BAvue A Biaatrr isixawoa to ns rasrs,
sirs iananiAia ssxisr,
For BraachttlB. AVathsva, rra, ajwar-
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nooHsa ass rjsxo w.ra alwat boo scociaa
'SINGERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS
will lad TreeAea efal ia eleariag th vole whea
takaa befdr Singing er Specking, and relierleg the
throat aft er aa snnsusl exertion or the rocal orrsns.
Th TreeAea sr reoommearled aad praacribad by
rhjaidaBS, aad hare teatimotilalafrom eminent mea
throashoat Ue eoaatry. Being aa article oi owe
rt d b.rinr erreas theirameacy by a test of
away yean, each year lad them ia new locauiue
Urarieu parta of tha world, and the TrecAe are
jdrwraally proaoaaoed battel thaa other arucwa.
OavAia oalv''Baow's Beoichiai Taocsss,"sna
dewottak aay oftha TartUes ImMi thatmay
beaevred. teuiyiirrnu. -' Lmasr
Maafeaad and VoelUltal Vlaar araw-
gaiaed by Bsuuold I sxvaAtrr dvdhd.
Sr. Schenek's ia an drake Pills.
A Subttitiite for Oalemel.
TheesPIUsar oompoeed ef rarioas roots, hiring
the bower to relax the secretions of the lirer aa proanpt-
lj am! effectually as bine pill or mercury, ea.wimosi
prodadag aay of thoerMimgreiaals er oaageroua aa-
fecta which oftea telrow taa aaa ol the latter.
In sll billow disorders these Filla mar be used with
oaldance, a they pre mote the discharge ot vitiated
bile, a jd remo-re thoee obatruetiona frem the Urer ana
buisrj aeela, wuca are ue eaaae wi tu euow-
Uoa ia gaaeraL
Bosxsce's atAXDBABa Pill ear 8ieh Headache,
aad all disorder! of the Lirer, indicated by aallew
alia, seated tongue, eoelirnneea, drawaiaesmaad
pneral feeling of waariaee aad lseeitade, ahswiag
that tha liver ia ia a tarpid or obstracted eondlUea.
Ia short, these Pills may ba aaed with dyaatage la
all cases whea a pargatlre er altera tire amdicin t
Pkmaa osserre,whrn pmrchsaiag, that the two Bks-
eaaa of the Doctor, oa whea la th last a tare of
Consumption, and the other aa h new is, ia perfect
health are oa th Ooyeraawat stamp.
gold br all DraggtaU and Dealer. Frio tt cent
par box. Principal Omoe, No. 16 North th Street,
Oeaeral Wholesale Ageats: Deraaa Bar nee A Cs N.
T. 8. 8. Haaoa, Baltimore, Md.; Joha D. Parke, Cla-
cinnati.Ohio; Walker A Taylor, Chleago, 111.; ColUns
Free to Ereryhoaty.
Alan 6 nn. cirealar, firing Information of th
araateet imaortanca so ana yoneg anu aesre.
. . . . . . , . v v i
It aeacneO avr n "mil J wwwvxm wmhuiu,
tha apiaed reapeciod, aad the forsaken loved.
No voaae lady or eotlemaa aboald fail to send
their Aaareaa,ana reeeire soupT roetpwiu, or rr.ur.
Aaareas r. u. v rawer, si,
ERRORS OF YOUTH. -A Gentleman who
aaffered for year from Ner rose Debility, Premature
Decay, aad all th affect of yoathfal iadlecratioB,
wiU. tor th aaa. of Buffering humaadty . seed free to
all ah need it, the receipt sad directions for mak-
iaf this simple remedy by which he waa cared. Saf-
ferar wiahing to prodt by th adrertiser'a expert-
aos, caa do so by addressing, ia perfect confidence,
JOHN B. OUUSN.
vloaZOraar 42 Cedar atrret, N T
Fluid Extract Buchu,
Is s pertain ears for diieasea of th
Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy,
Or aame Weakness, female Lom-
ptainls, General Debility,
aad all diaeana ot th
whether exisUng la
M ILK Ult JTfiMAJjS,
from whatever caaa originating sad ao matter ef
HOW LOS G STANDING.
" of these arrana require th aaa of dic
rotic If ao treatment is submitted to, eoammptloa
I or Insanity amy Bsa. Oar fleah aad Mood are eap-
portea mm ineee eoerews, an ui w-
pia, aad that af poatority, depeada apoa th
.Mm .t ue as a reliable lemedr.
HujiBOLD ExraAcr Bccuo, aatabliahed upwards
of 18 jear, prepared by
H. T. HULMBOLD, Druggist,
681 Broadway. New York, and
104 South 10th Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
HALL'S VEGKTABI.il SICILIAN HAIR
REM EWER ha proved Itself to be the moat per
fect praparattoa for th hair ever offered to the pab
lic It 1 a regetable compound, aad contains
Uiurioui propertiea whatever. IT WILL BSSTOBE
6BAT HAIB TO ITS ORIGINAL COLOR. It will
keep th hair from falling oat. It cieaaaa the
aealp and makes th hair eoft, ailkea aad laatroa.
It ia s rplendid hair dressing. No person, old
joasg. should mil to ase it. IT 18 HKCOBMKND-
BD AND UJKD BT THE slsUST MauiOAl, aumu
I RTTT. CsfAak for Ball' Vegetable Siciliaa Hair
Benewer, and take ao other
SI. r BALL A OO- iVaaAaa. If. H . Proarietora.
For aala by ell draggiet. I20m3
Poland's filagic Bilious Powders
THIS PRBPARATIOB ia the discovery
of Rev. i. W. Poland, formerly Pas
tor or tne aaoiin uaarea ia wuw.,,
M. H and a aaa dearly beloved by that
denomination throughout Mew aagtaaa
He waa oblired ta leave the Duloit and
stady meoieiBo iw w. au... i. ...
Pawns are oae of the aaoat wonderful diecoveriee
modern timee. It is tie pal Aieer BtUum
BnwWv whieh eompletely throw ia th ahade
i.Tiint la medicine: and it atorda him
mochsratiscatioa'that they reeeire the anaaimoaa
approbation of all who have mated them. The Magie
Blliona Powder are a poeitire ear for Lirer Com
plaint ia Ita moat asraratad form, aad aa immedi
ate corrector of all Blliona deraagemeata, excellent
for Headache, constipation, rimpiee, oioteue oi-
..Li. r, lu. IlininM. Hiuthara. Pslnlta-
tlOBv ud . nson woaoerrai vara mm . n,.u,ii.
VoterAAga. (waaoyia.au waoar. wvnum wna
thia fearful val aoay w niwaj. scry .n. wwwi.
, a. h, immediata aaa.) Here are a few im-
v'.. . ... ... tk. Cm, Su..
Bortaatnanicniar.: .... .ubt w u.. Uyw.ub
for all Billion Affec- tlon. aa. Tney r in only
remedy inn wui ewrw wrwiwepjaiHi.
f... .Mtheenlr kaowa remedy that will core Coa-
tlntioB. 4th. The Powders are so thorough ia their
ftneration that one package will be all that themajor-
. lll MniMbl.l.H.
itr efthoee aainr them will require to effect a care.
iti. Thar are a mild aad plasnnt yet tne most effect-
nl eatnanie lavra. .m. .u. u. wnpni
and beat medicine extant, aa they can be tent by mail
. . . . . ..k- -T-1. . u.
to anr part of th gion tor in price, au eenta.
raraniara. oatalaiagertilieate, information.
ent to any part ol the world free oi enarge.
SOLD ax AJjAt ifHUlTUiais, or ny mau veappiioe
Uoa ta U.U. ajaisisvaa. am no, tresicama
steata. Nw Baren, vonn.
mcieiMaifirsn. L ' "
THK AIUERlCAIf COMMERCIAL Afct-
ITHMBTICA new Work ,1 205 for Ba.
iness College, Schools, Academies, Ac ; compiled
with s view to the practical Illustration f baiinea
rare. Giring practical bualneas example of
aot In Artthmatiea now ia ase, involving Gold
National Currency. The law for collection of debt,
tunica a oa protested billa, aad legal rat of inter
est for erery State, gl too. Also rales ad table
Cental ayatam. I rery Teacher, Library and baal-
maa reqalra one. To be had of booksellers
If not, addraaa, aasloaing $1.75,
20ml MVS0B0TI S W BIGHT, GlsveJsad, O
i . i .
T. I. BAEKBR!
No. 4 State Street -
That he is getting the' best trade in
because he sells CHEAP FOR CASH, and because he cuts- in
the most fashionable style, and keeps the best assorted . '
Goods that can be bonght in the Eastern markets. - i ;- . :.-.
twm it sis
He calls especial attention to his stock of - .
Oolhs, Coatings, Cassiiicres, Doeskins & Yesliugs,
A full and complete, assortment of
, . fa r?
ft-,,.,.! TnT-nl n riin rr fr-nrtrlq Ratn
approve)1 Shapes, Colors, AiualUies
of Trunks, Valises, and Carpet ; Bags. His , Stock ;of
is large and well selected, and will be sold at rery low jates. ,
Every Garment is neat and made in the best style and fully warranted.' Call
and see him before you buy
May 16, 1867. (n20tf) "
if i mi
F R E B10;N
(One Door j North
WOULD ANNOUNCE TO THEIR
THEY HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM NEW YORK WITH, '."
A flTlT TJVIMTV B ft a rTTU m Vt m s- TT1 , - 1
CD TLi ttI&
MEN'S AND BOY'S WEAR OF
Piece Goods, C16ms
. " t : aj "
" ' J ... i .1 . "fri-,
(Jents Funiisliig Goods, Trunks andTttfises.
Done to order, and a manner unsurpassed elsewhere.
FaBbtoHT, May 18, 1866. 20yl.
WM. A. KICE'SiSTOltEl
WM. A. UICE?SS:TOIl3E!
FOR YOUR SHEETINGS,
Gft lo Win. A. Uicc's Slotc lor yjir
And everjthiDg else
GROCERIES! The freshest
mjijoaU Djc 14, 1866.-11.
- . - Fremont,- O.
rf i '. r; t
Town! " Don't you know! rJimpry
. , am
the Best Cutter io Sankiihj
ir " iff r-H l
. v Tt A
and Cans, Latest Stvte. of all
and Materials Also a large supply
your bpnng suits elsewhere. . -. n,z
T. I. BARKER.
T, O H I O
1 1;! ) i9
a.- ; j flr;o3
i i ) ' (
I li A rS
NUMEROUS CUSTOMERS THAT
. i iiiM .n
EVERY STYLE k QUAIJTY.
Cassimers, Hats r&lC&ps,
a ", 'aoi 4...J
. a -
II) B-'eWlT I t W
' i as TsJf
l-:t t.i )..
' - 'j-- wrf r.ytHm
fWeatonislnog tow' pricea. ) if)
and cheapest iri tmvu.'at
r Amendmentto the Constitution.
THK STATE OP OHIO,' .
Orvica or lh 8cistart or Stats. , i
I WILLIAM 11E5IIV SMITH, SKUKis
, TARV of the Bute oi Ohio, do hereby certify
tha t the following ia a trne copy of a joint refla
tion, passed by the General Aseembly of the State
of Ohio, on the Sth day of April, A. D. 1367, takaa
from tne original roiia on nie m mu
la teaumoay wnereoi, mare aneuw .umwi.M
edmy nsmeand aflited the Great Seal
Tl. S.1 of the State of Ohio, at Columbue, the
Sth day of April, A. D.1S67. i.
WILLIAM HKNRY SMITH, .
Secretary of State.
A RESOLUTION : l , '
Relative t. an Ameadinent ef the Ceneti,
tati.a providing for the extension ef the
Baaeived tf tk$ Uenertl Auemblt) f tkt State tf
Oku, three dfthe of themembera elected to each
Hoaaa agreeing thereto, Thatit be an 1 ia hereby
proooaed to the eleetora of thia SUte to rote, at the
aext annual October election, upon -the approral or
rejection of the following amendment a) a anbeti
tate for the drat aeetion of the fifth article of the
Constitution of thia State, to-wit Krery male citl
aea of the United States, of the ace of twenty-one
years, who ahaU har. been a resident of the State
tinM mJ be provided by-law, eirupt eueh persons
v. Knm. im in aunsort of any inaarrection
orrebeliionagainatthegoTernmeDt of the United
State, or hare ded from their places of reaideoee to
h tr.ruKl into th. military aerrie there
of, or hare deserted the military or naval aerrice of
mid nvernment in time of war, and hare not aab-
... . . L, J . I I T I. . -
aeq.enuy oeea noooreoiy oumwiw .u.mui
abaii narensqanu.'. u.
entitled to vote at all alec.lona. ED. A. PARBOTT,
Speaker of the House of V'-.-rrentativea.
President of th Senat.
Passed April 4, 1T! 16m.
1,...:' of. latil - ' i .?"
THE BOARD OF SCHOOL J3X
aminer. for Baadneky Coanty will heed aeealoee
examination ef candidates for ea liei a cam licatee
the High School ouildiar. ia Premont, aertne fol
lowing day - April lath, asth ad nUif Maw. 11th
aad 26th; Jane Sth aad 22nd, and July Sth
Examinations will beg a at 11 A, M. Noeendirfate
be allowed to eatat the iaaeatar U.kV-ach
candidate ia reunired..oy law ta pay fifty eenta a. a
condition of examination, and toUarea atampaxl en
relope with the clerkef the beard: Statumary will
furnished by the board. Candidatee will please
notice, that th Jaw Hqaires, that4hymuat
a satisfactory aiamination iathe theory aad
practice ofteachiagft.v-y ... . . .t -
The law proTidca7(oi fotradaaof rarUflcaie, Sia,
twelve, eighteen and iwaJ.&io . meavthjM,ahe aar
plna aad miaaa may uywU'r ifae,iMriit4adieate
intermediate gradea of irilruyVi A carUaeate
six months minus in&cAtefe very tnAjrxor uaiifl
cationa. andao twuherv-heaaws ich artificate
should be employed by achu4 t'ltnuaeva' nsjapt as a
resort toaroid barins no school at U. .
-r. b. si;f .
j; B. T OT It. A KTf iTxaminer.
' wm. wam;acs kossj
Premont, AprU lit, 18fW. -.: '.: -.id. tf.
. . j i -. i-o Mortaa-lrrl
. , . ato..
v . For Sale Cheap. k
One Shingl Jointer.
- -One Cut-off Saw, t-int- 4'I
' I In. RmmdI Saw i
. On Hanger,
' . i Twa Balls, !'
. Two Pulleys,.
Also, a few thousand shingle. Call on or addrar
, di-tj. WWOWOBTH.
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