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mautaicD svaar rusii wommtsa,
BY WILCOX GREENE.
mm'mf t ., J , IS.
TERMS OF THff TOORKAL:
One year, in advance,
Six months, ..
KVKET YARIBTY OF
NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE.
Ifclsiiiesa Pirectory 1
II. M. SHAW,
DCNTIST.i fTfftni to all work ia
la Dmtal FrefMatoa vitk roat-,
MiaadaitUfseUoa to .Uwk cUMril
taferaiiat op arta f r a ixraad toovr
wrng piTV, WT f Ola, or MlTtr f lata,
moa la BaUarM Block, aa-atalra.
FKKMOlfT, OHIO. JaaUJ
O. J. SAIiZSf AJV,
aiTiaT,TtB a la au , drS
t r wn iw iwu or aaB aoBta,j
aarteraiall aamUoaarMalroala ka
Manias. BaUtfaetioa naraatatd la all
attaaaM ataaL OatSl,
OB. C. W. UIGG12VS,
H YSICIAM AND BUKOaOir. Ma. 4 (
X aoor) raoiaf Haiai'a aaw Weak, 8ala Mrrot,
XT UK- BiuuLHB vuiatMM to faaaral aiae
ioaia MaiHelaaaBa Bancrr. aa4 will ai MMaal
attaatiaa to Pi at taa Ba.
JAS. C. HARIUXCiTON, M. .
TTOliaPATHlO PBTSiaAIT AND 8CKOBOH,
JJ. vo ow aaw awra, eonar Of rnat I
niHONT, . . a
OCa lrairMa f to J a. at, froai 1 1 1 a. I
m,ad-ialaa aaUif.b rUa30y .
II. F. B1KEU, M. D.,
Phtsioiaw, snseBON and accouchbub.1
Prlrata aiaaaata amfaUr toaatoiaad ftvmmil.l
eand. 0wareellfaxaealStrat, Bait aid 1
of taarlw, fear doonsMt acta Brick Tarara, I
raMUA T. ohjo; utf
Jv 2X COREY. HO..
TlBTSOIalf 4N9817KSKOK. moa-Cp-ftalra 1
XT .aw iMaliar Ha aad Oaa Star, ant door to I
r EXHORT, OHIO. reaCTM.
T. W. FAILING, M. .
TT0i3X0FATHI0 PHT8ICIAM Atrn BrrBncnv
XX 0 . rroM 1 to 1 r.a-8tromT, from
10 i a. tol r. a. Partivalar attoatiaa aaid toDia
aaaaj of taa Taroataad Lup. OPriCB, acUaaaf i
waa Wl WmmJm ft BJVOfV . a,
r,J a r BSMOBT, OHIO. AarillSft. i
H. F. BOS WORTH, M. D.,
PBTBICIAH AND SURGEON. ODa, Baaaw'a
Blank, TrnotOasa, Proat Btratk
rBIMOtfT.OHIO. , . 4jl
j: w. goodsox, m. 7
PHY8I0IAB' A WD 8TB0BOIT, iaM ehaaaad hif
raftaaaoa to tta aaUdiag ea door aoatfe of th
E. DILLON Ac SON,'
TAt70eiST8 aaddoalarala PaiDi,Oili, Dra-ltsfli,
raioac Momeiaaa. raacr aru-
a las, an, Proat BtrMt,
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' S. BVCKIWUTB BON. ' '
DIUOnisn aad Daalw la Pa lata, Oil, Patoai
"wBeraoi, Wall Paaar, 8tatioar, Book, Ao.
" FREMONT, OHIO.
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A tTOrtNKT AND COtJNSKLLOR AT LA W. wiU
XR. anaa4 1 Prefaaioaal Baaia ia Saadankr
p r.r, Boaa(r,aaa roaajoaa. , : i
OPPioa Boaaad Story Trlar' Block. ; J 1
r Ji U, BARTLETT, .'
ATTORNET ANDCOUNSELLOR ATLAW.OBk
orar D. rTia Co. a Btora, eoraar Praat aad
, FREMONT, OHIO.' .!;.'
'a-aoaa. Aaxoa caAaca
HORD & CHANCE,
ATTORNXYB AT LAW. OMe la BaoklaaA N
Btoak, FREMONT, OHIO. fA&rll
EYERETT k FOWLER. ...
A TTORNEIE8 AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
. wwwn v.a.ii.1 j i wiu anaao ia ai
faMioaal bmaiaaaa ia Biadakraadaiiiai.l.....
tie. Oaoa, Basood rtery Baeklaad NEW Block.
" ntavir, vmg. ...
J. L. GREENE fc SON,
ATTORNEYS k COUNSELLORS AT IAW, will
aiteae-te Laral Baataaa ia Baadaakr aadad-1
loiatagaoaartio. Partioalar atu.tlna aid t th I
aouacaar viaiai. Boldlari' Back PaT.Boaatr
aad Paaaiaajelaiau araaiptljattaadwdta. OFFICI
a roai, oaraer rooB,a-atam, Tylor Btoak.
- JOHN M. LEMMON,
ATTOKSETiAT LAW aad Natar PabH. - Ala I
aatbomodaroiit for eollwettoa af all klad of I
aiUtoriBOBBV, aaa rwarloa Clause. Mrl
CLYDE, OHIO. .
C. W. PAGE,
TfORNKY AT LA W aad Nntrw Mil. 1... I
A aa, Baal Ertato aad Oaaaral CollotsUaf Agaat I
v hi . ..ui w. w v mu r.von aaua.
CLYDE, OHIO. .
d. c. satrraav co,
TCaLER IN Dry eoda, PaanaUca, Draaa Saada,
AJ Drtai Triauaiaia, Waotea Geoda, Wait Ueode,
uouerr, uiem, Fabia. h Helm' aaw Bloek, I
-' EIOUSRICU at fXK,
'lAlALIRS ta Dry fleoda, Radr-Mada Clothing, I
,m wtvmiwi) fo., v root ouvfi,
- FREMONT, OHIO.
BBUSTOI. At TAYLOR,
T-VEALERS ia Drr Oooda, Drae Good. Domra-
XJ tie. Whit wood. Woolea eooda, Nottoaac, I
HEBIHON at WILaON,
EEALER8 ia Drreooda,8bawla A Cloak, Whit I
fleoda, Hoaiaryaad flloraa, Flaaa!, Blaahata, I
EIALERU Dry Oooda, eraeariea. Bate ft Caae,
SS.-STOCS ek. SAO.
TAKALEBS laClothtar, aad Marehaat Tailcriaa.1
Of National Beak. I
ROBERTS efc SHELDON,
TEALXRS la Hardware, Naila, Stoaaa, Agrtoal
J taral Laplmat, Ae, ud wiaaolaataiar of
THOMPSON V CO., '
HARDWARE, 8toea, Tta, Copper aad Sheet tree
Ware, Froat 8 treat.
. CROCKERY, &C.
WHOLC8ALI aad RETAIL Dealer la Olantware,
Oraakary, Lamp, Oaa Piztara, Ac, Pabtag I
. mmw oivw, owl. mfli
S. R. ZKX00B.S,
ry.Chiaaaad fllaeaware, Brit
klaa O leasee. Laaepa, ac Proat
toaia Ware. Look
BELLI VUE, O. John Ford. Proprietor,
caotiy refitted aad faraUhed.
CROC HAN HOUSE,
T7RANKMURNEY, Proprietor. Peeeeorrra ear-
A na Maaenoaa tta. Hoaae free of eharg. Sit- I
aaw ouraex ai ccai aaa rroat Btreeta.
" aawoi.aa. - B. K BL1BS
W aanuuiu, rropneiora. raaaeegan
l carried to aad from the Hoaae free of eharg. I
Youg America Dining Saloon.
WARM MEALS BERVEOAT ALL HOURS.
0Y8TERS by th Oaa aad hatfCaa eaa alway be I
oMaiaedaalow a oaa be bought elsewhere I
vvwaaM weiwr weamii.
Fraaaoa t. Da T, IMa ittU
A. D. WILES?
TH0T00RAFH OALLRRY, la St. 01aira Block,!
a eppoaiie iae roar viaoa,
TOOKSMITH A CUTLER. Repair Loeka, Clocks, I
J CX w. .a, . nu, u ouium I
ttriada Bargooa's IatraDeata, Raaora, Raieea.
Bbeara, aad all klad of aaaalladr toola. All work I
attoadad to promptly aad eat
Shop oa Crogbia Street, S
Cloea a flreoary.
satiaiacHoa gnaraatoed. I
, Boathaiee, rear of Perry I
V&laable City Lots for Sale.
Fremoat, left t, lNtV-wtv,
Established 1829. VoL
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ft, ill 1., Jiijm.'.'a r.,Jlit a lBc w v(nm:? JT J - j,., ,,i T !. , , ..' i. -i y -i -
.T.HZlTKili 3H StVi'i;ty.
P070:l H.lAtrTHOM TiiHI'l
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Now benos, Vol. XV, No. fI4; n
ffiir.-"i' o-ii i. i ii
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W ,.( a.rl
laaa Walla iiaaai ta.
aillara a aaaal; of If aebiaai aa hand at tba
ha of HnrljlxTfr, t Tllt-f Bloc) BSiT
ALL K1RD8 OKjiOTCHINe KBATLTJtORB.
I an alt acaat for
, Buira-AT Box, HAtraa Bo"a,B. Y,
! : 1 'WiuiJia Kjuaa ft Ca, BaltiBor, Md.
rraaraat, Xaj , 1W7. 1J
The Howe Machine Co.'s
899 BROADWAY Nw York.
! ffrBworUtT LHd iis fHttLnJal the
World' t Fair i Londo, and six Jirtlprtmi
ttmtailAe N. Yi iStefc Fair l 866, ami
; of -' u )- ;i,-i 1 ha r
At eMratd for eaiag ta Wat work, aaiae; a aiaoh
atoaUw-aaadl far ta aataa ttoaad taaa aaj eiaar
aaekia, aad bp ta iatrodastioa of ta atoat ap
proTod BMekiaarj, v an aow abla to aaaplj taTarj
aon aiacaiBas ia ta worm.
' Tbeae atarklar
at unagrawrt, Coaa
aaae. laa Mmaet
rtKiaa ar tM
Prcaideat af (b 4 ataaar. K1.IA8 HOWE.
JrVrtra arlalirai aaToator tk Sawtag
Macklaa. . 1 , ,
Tbaj ara adasted to all kiada f faaiUp Brviag,
aad U Um aatoCfloaiartriiHia, DivtoJfakarajTaltDra,
Maaafaetarara af Bkirtav Collar, 8kirta, Ckiaka,,
MaaUllaa; Ctolfctae. Hata, Oaaa, Oorarto. ota,
Sao, Harawja. Saddlaa. Liaaa flood. HBknllaa.
Paraaala, atv f br work aqvallr wott aaoa atik,
laaa, wootoa aad aottoa good vitk ailk, oottaa or
liaaa thread. Tap wiU etaav qawm taatiaaaca,
fell, eord, braid, biad, aad aarforwa ararj aaosir of
awiac, makiag a baaatifal aad aarfaet atitch, allka '
oa bath aid ol tfcertiolei aavad.
: Stuck inverted 6j
madr on litis MacMtne,iM Iht mott popular and
durable, ad all. Sewing Machine art subject
to Hit principal invented fry Aim.
oa aaea ai u
of th Agaat,
'' niea'MAt3tK 3ILMRB,' j i
IN 8T. CLAIR BLOCK, FREMOHT. O.
ty H-aiabm, To rin, Braai' aad Cloak akto7
aaa la ta oait itrlaat the Aaaat'i roosu. . 4aaai
Send for Circular.
THE HOWS MACHINE COM" A If Y, (
. llBSsperiorfit., Cleveland O, I
D. M. SOMVILLE, Gen. Agent
Branch Office 221 feammit St, Toledo.
Much 22, !BT.-16al3jl.
M A R I N E
INSTJRlsrCE I I r
WESTERN INSURANCE COMTT,
OP BIFFALO, N. Y. ,
OF NEW YORK CITY.
IAM prepared to Uke Hnll or Cargo riihj ea flrau
or Laaibar ia either ofthe a bore proaipt aad w
apoaaibla oaipBia at thaloweat goiag rate.; will
ak it to th adraotaga of thoa dtouiaf Markva
I. K. AMSDEff, Agent," .'
arekM,lMT-lM. Fraaaoa t, Ohaat.
11 Itmo Innnanno. - 1
aavauv AUOUkaillvC AAV-a
2WA JSrmf-anttal Btalemerd, thovr? the con'
, . ditionofUit Company on0ll ,-i '
iayefjtiy, 1864V -. . ,:..
Cash Capital, J, 000,000,00
AbbcIb, .. 3,696,933,00
A eery larg per caatof the aaaata of the Co.
Breeaaiat ia Boada ..rl ir.ri.uM.Mi iT.i,.a,.M
ThiaCompaayeylta eHeraat eem aad awa at
hoaw, aad ita agents abroad, haabaiK ea aa errani
aatioa aaeaad to aow ra the VntUd 81ft tot Paa
AiraacT aad RBi.tABn.rrr. ' - i
AH peieon ak1 laaaraaa eheaM metaitof
Horn, of New York.
- CHARLES J. If ARnN.rrwrtdeat,
. ' -J,' ' aUBTH,TrePteeWeatf
Joew Moflai.Seoretary. . ' ,
I. H. WABRBFaa, At.8eey." .'!
Preeaoat, Aaa. l.le. I. . .
BAKER & MILLER'S
PULLEY SUSPENSION HOGKa-
J' . K
vl r. 'i
PATENTED NOY. 13, JIM.
a by which fee
. HORSE HAY FORKS r: ;:V
Is sospaaded, doing away with the daagev af
aliabiag aad aaapaadiag by robe or ahara, aa Is
aaaally dona. .
Tb eat repreawts the Hook u being ' ad jolted hy
pole. For further partiealara, aad fop eiroalaC to
r. 8. Jtllia.K, RellerfTUl C
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BOOTS SIIOES !
UK lainMB ftoc of flqsda ia .Bt
w ia atara.
GREAT EASTERN MARKETS!
iikii pn , ir, 1IK.I
. . ,.. I 1 1
Wa prepared to
aad raaaafaetarrd to ear order.
mil rood .cod
CJHrr than ay Boot
Shoe Uoiie ia Ohio.
Aad VwUTita khe iaaMoficki of ear Iroodl bj all
inibMOn.' airiifl lr ai af oar ability to aalt job.
eoth ia gooaa aaa pneom.
hflaljfwr-jlae aepy: llBoreX iparreiut'
wair.a we Bare rcceivea lar iae ptiaa
to peara, we reayoctfally aak
. a eeariaaaace af the eaaae.
HMUF1CTURIN6 & REPAIRING
Done aa ibort aotfee la boat style at cor old ataad
6 vim 1
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BUCKLAND' NEW BLOCK.
HOOT A MENU.
rraraoat. May It, lM7-3rl.
AacUon . arid Bankropt Salea
DORR & SON'S
TT A VINO jaat rterd frop rw York, where we
Ai ooagot aiiow pnaea,wcaa bow aell
Chilarea'a Sbeea at 10 eeata ta S1.M.1
Lad tea 75
aeoa alnveM Bala.
JMeae aad Preach CairPtaetW. '-'
CwMawi aaade, 6,30
Mow' beevp Hawta, 3,K
Meaa' Bragaaa, l,'AfitoAOO
, ' v.- 1 .: .I i ,,i
.WahvraaMdeaoch arrannmaata tat Bnarhaaini
waith th kugt Boot and Shoe Ho aaa la New Yorl
Aarpairine doBf in Neatest Style.
Oaritedi Wii Boed - the In. at work at law
aaiaia.. aaaaatouoa earaateed ta erary euie.
DORR Ac SON.
it, HaylOt'eT-aUaStf. '
u vu nam u&aviaaxi o Alw
T W lrwxrf XT 1 XTTf TJ a To 1 f r
BOOTS & SHOES,'
SHERMAN ' & CO.'S
Cheap Bool and Shoo Store, anof save
? x r - f 'j t i
If yoo waat tie, bait eiiatoramada Boot and Shoe a
SHERMAN & C0.'S,
Uyoawantthebeataaweier pegged boot la 8aa-
UU j Ii),j!ogHEaN; el C0&!
Uyoa waataaieAt,go ta
... ;-'8HERMAN 4 CO.'a
If yoa want thMW-tyla for Winter aad Serlag,
- SHERMAN & CO.'SI
. l ai.a im il uv
If yea waat Bicelriar LadiV Baeta,(o ia-
SHERMAN A CO.'S. :
We give aew pair, for ell which prore defective
tor reaaonabl wear. BatiafactloB guaraatoed in t
MeadiB doaa oa abort notiaa. Leatbaraad
fladiag tor aale.
Vi 1 1 r I I No.fAaiaetHaiH'sBLeo,
A A J 1 ' " V..MI A
. . . . atia a?n aaiA at ja f 'i . .
Fiaaauut, rebraary 22, Hetrlaag. ' :
V Vr ?- rr - -a. , .. id :
' A ffBW SAOOH SWEBP3 OLBAN I '
Lower Prlcea,andaeeaiplete rewolatloa in Trade
Bat )ut pyd a new aad vqleadid stock of :
Oaretode is the largest aad Ineat ia the city, aad
awe haraboaaht every article at ready aaah prioe
Intend to gne the people of Sandaaky and ad
joining Coan tie. aflRANO BENEFIT.. o call at
oaoa, alt:ye who are in waat -of a eeeaaing for the
Heed, Haada or Feet, and we will sell yea flood at
ASTONiSHlarSLY LOW PRICES 1 .Wehare also a
aaaasimmiatef i - .Jot.. - ' &J...-.V-..
Of leather '& Findinars
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idt n wUl Mil aiatA hwtm ihaa an? ihtt ftna
wiM CTwY'.' fi ,B-t :.to-L-f 1 : ;tiho i- ) a:j
HrciistoM WORK -1
ail hiDda, aad RKPAIRLNw dooeeaehort notice.
Or At the wall-kaowa aUao of H. Lasher, No.
, .. AaaUaaifs Old Bleak. Fremoat, 0. AT
' ' 8rnlthg Shornp & Oo.
Watch-mAking ui Repairiof,
- KO. FABIKG ab HEI3P8 BLOCK. .
MR. L OAXTHlNr- aa experienced
watch' maker who has worked with the celebrated
Uhrband Jorgensen of Copenhagen
he 0 one'of the 'aioa narafal aad reliable
watch ejiekara aad repairers ia the country, has jnat
aaadahop iaO. M. Waaawerth'a C rookery Store,
wans he is prepare, to repair, el eaa sad eat ia order
watoaea tmt ekanti ta short order aad at the lowest
Uriag setae. . . (U.)
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,-as,..iy kYPf 'at wM6yyBBlB HPka 1
J ' ri.- aat J J -wa-iir aJahwaJft-A-v JWhwri 'j, vMaaaw
mi 1- i-n-H - - " . .. I , n -ii - ii, m ,
AND LARGE i DEALRs""!
Oar 8 took is targe, fnU,aod complete, and embraces everything in the way af Hedioiatvlropmtary-Ar-ticl,
rVifoBJry,J4, nauaily foaod ia a Drug Store. , , c -n i i,. .-.i, . r. . Kb
t;;i n - I-, . , . .. . .
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W shall andeavor to oHain tb pivtet. WuivaaadWat Liuorar ,i; ,f .
.'. ' .
Special ear devoted to baying Dye-Stalf, Indigo
pea for dyeing forniahed gratia.
Paiotl are onr SMeimltr. Oor Stock emliracptt
ODlr ckwleri in Jewett's Fan White Lead. ThiRis umde from lcte(i KusI.rIi
p-ttier hns tbe beet reputation, and nas Ukea tneieaaior iwttatj-tive jtare. ; irreoca aau arioi .incs 01
Ui beet brmnua All aiad ol ooiorea ana xuoe raiuu.
Machinery oili Fa ntiDg Oils
We havaoa hand 110 diffewnts'asaef Blaa,ao"l car prict'i! are fifty tb Kev?n.?-9ro centl under otter
dealers. Money will always be saved bj baying Glaus of n. '. J ;'." ' ' j ' j 'J.j J. . . ' '.
f ' " f . raiat, Whitewa.h, flair, Clotli
Oar selection of Wall Paper embraces the chic
ia America, and at pncea thai ran an. (i
Books furnnhcd to
i .In .nor' L
A complete aortm,nt at CAP, UKANVIffipltfaV-mim
ii ."i.l "; :,.'.;,. r. . .... ; J( !.'..,, ny a '-t x - .ft-
.nT,.wh.r.:.. 'f wiu .,; oei-rvi.' -IM w-- '
10 Tone Whit Leal
1CO0 11 French
13 Bbla Linaewd Oil;
17 Bbla Lnbrieating Oil;
2000 lb Colored Paint;
3M0 RiawhUiag . i
SOOlba Yea. Red;'
1UUU lbs Sal Soda; ' ..
HW lba Suirar l.?'l:
600 boxes Window Oiawt
3O0dzea letp Cliiuincve;
1200 lbs Madder;
Dr. E. DILLp S.ONj
THOMPSON & CO.
: Now offer for sale a Large Stock of
THOMPSON 3l VO.
FABaieifT, June 1, 1866. 22tf.
I WT . 1, 1
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:-1t 'h..i7 1
- i - 5 . ,:
Mad'ler. . We wttrtawf tr gr- g yx torv . Hivi-
nix tit tlie Imt aad mont i-opui
brarrJH. T. We th'e
al-In finer ground
3 0 I T Q 11
Uatoritwll ol wUtcb we at the low
! luwtj&t Drice.
W .; '! ' nd -V..
and Teelh Hrushes in large mrii.
l paltorns from one I of' the moet uoUd luaaDfaetnrera
m, Vsj-p d i J A..iV Jf li
Dealers at puba-lir iii.tf;.., f .
100 !!w Cobr:in
. tIM0 ftiffBlu Vitro1'; '
! 'l'wjl'rs ln.ii; : "
i;.0 Ib3 t-arowgawTf a
5 iloren 1-ami'y Dyr-i
The War is Over!
fi kVil V.J J (i li( T t.tirn
V V-eJAl AAtto M Viu 5- YJ"-"-
, t T i
A,T? TI1T'T X'iT
Havi) red ucoil liePrice
'II iii "P ' 1 '"'" T
iO J ii'wl CfJk.'Vvk.
....I. il... l.'..- ..ll .....I oi.
watuorailfrei. eiwm m -
aiieinLT bur'stock f
which coiiiiist in pari of
Fustoiia Cast Plow',". :;,.'..- '
Coi-h' Plows, i..": ,7.f u !
Shovel Plows, double fc siagle
: Cultivators;.-I i 'I'iil ' ;
Koad Scrapers,. . .. ,
u '.. .
H6iellakesV Ji UP
Horse Fork -
"Hoes and Forks,
liitkes and Scythes, , ,
Scythe Sticks and Stoucs,
uuuieio uuu, k7i;au(L,s, a
ki ftTtn.-J.hi'-u:.j:Ji.l O.'.i :.
Churns, Tubs, Pails, BroOmsj
Spinning1 Wheels and Keels,
. Sieep Shoju-s & Wool Twine,
Stucco, ifca, ifecn tfce.
ToytUcr with a coum
Icto slock of
JNailS, : v ....
Iloiise ,,-and llaru TTxiuiuungs,
JHHn and -Sheet Iroir -Ware,' '
:t it. Ail af wliich i offer at . . , .
Prices which defy;. Competition!
A LSO AOKNTS FOli THE
; , ; CHAMPION -Mower
Cider 'Mails,""" " :
Buckeye Wood Sawing Jla
chines,'' '''.W ' ' . :
Fairbanks' Scah's, ::
Is in iirdcrj-rmd will fill yonr orders
with despatch. ' k .. r-'.".
ROBERTS & 6HELP ON.
HOW THEY POP THE QUESTION.
,jTlie ynilijr says, "I like your rig ; , .
' 1 And tlioiigh I've notice! many, '
!i'realiy think yoev are; old girl, .i :V.
jitAa triia a craft aaay. ,t. u--
T;,Vinl yoti'U pnly say the word,
. ,,Throtiph evory kind of weather,
1 just blast my timliers'if we don't ;i
in'l Go-crashing oa logetber.": i:;- i '
.1(1''' f !' :',(r; -. .. i ...
Tho poet, with enraptured gaze, ,
' " T'liiilUj otit a single tar ' :' '
- '"'Tisllhns, Sweet tarry, that you shins V
:'t trn roortala from aar. .; ' . - -
T,,4iutahl it is. my loudest hope f . ' .
1 1 liougb selnsli, I muatoiorr
Tnat in some modest, vine-wreathed cot
'"i iVttii'lt shine for tne alone." " '
Tlie.dancing-niaster Freuch, of course
1 lunks earnestly of mating, ' ' i
'"Arid seeks tome lovely widow with
iA bwv eserutiating, . t - ' ....
''jUadaoie, ze heart is in ze hope .
You love a leetle beet,
''And go ze way of life wis me
Sladamej I keen your feet !"
jriic actur quotes froui many plays,
aimu s " s,ibi o irjwayp.A. aiaiv nr w fj: i y
His hand shall build his Annabelle
A out among the (lowers. ' ,
, Without her siuilc he e'er is like
A sliip without a rudder ;
' Then talks'of dark despair and death,
until ne makes lier shudder.
' And Tat, (he cnachmao, winks at Hid,
' ' Ai she flits from room to room,
The ever merry chambermaid,
..i. j,; Willi dusting pan and brooiu. ....
.lie snys j "We darliut, wheu we've laid
'' ' Cs by a hitjc of money,
'' We'll git the prast to tie the knot,
. If you'll say yes, ine-boney."
Says Hans Von Schmidt, who keeps
"i want s guterlrow,
" To' help me make der lager pier,
' Vnd milk dcr priudle cow ; '
'' To make tnino shirts and cook de krout,
1 1 : "Ond ebcry tings to do ; '
To feed dcr horse und slop dcr pecy,
' Und tend mine papies too."
And eaiB Sam, the barber hi an, -
t n an rolls up liia eyes,
. And talks of matrjmonial bliss .
; With must hea-ccudiiig gigh.
"If you don't gub that lily hand
-To dia'crc lub siuk nigger,
Ho puts dis pistol to him head,
And den him pulls de trigger."
'Tis Uius mankind rush to their fate,
. For with a brilliant light,
. That little elfin being Love,
...i Has power beyond the sight
Like children's barks, adown the falls
To waters still below ;
t Some glide along without a heart
' ' And some to ruin go.
Billiards and Whist.
Opinions of the New York Independent
,J'he last number of the New York Inde
peadeul contains an article upon "Forbidden
A musemenU," from which we quote:
"We start, then, with the admission that
these pastimes are in themselves innocent
and excellent. Take, for instance, the game
of miliarias. 1 bis is almost universally
condemned by Christians ; and yet is one of
Lbe best games that ha ever been invented.
Th?'j j"3' enougb excitement in it to
make it interesting, and not so much aa to
tax the ncryes unduly. It gives us exercise
without violent exertion, it trains the mus
cles .to steadiness and . precision of move
ment, aud it develops to some extent the
mathematical faculties. If we discard it, I
W-uijiuliiiDir that can. take iU nlace.
"Cards are designed to answer a different
purjwi, They-ltiniish to those who are
wuiu uui. wtLu muui iicaaua relaxation.
A.ckrgynutn, who is a distinguished pro
fessor iu one of our colleges, and a roan not
iftdined to looseness jn hia opinion, gave his
testimony on this subject not long ago in
my hearing, substantially in these words:
'There' Was a time, -said he, "when I felt
that the best thing I could possibly do for
an hour in the evening was to play whist ; 1
was too tired after the labors of the day to
read or study ; to listen to reading or to sit
still and tliiuR would not do, lor either in
olved an intellectual activity, which it was
necessary that I should av'oid. I was too
weak . physically to attempt any athletic
i .... i : u .".: i
I ...."i i., u.m . . u'-v." . v. u a.iiuua iucaiivil 111."
l should stiend the time between sunner and
Ian earlv bed time. A friend, in mnrli tha
tiilue condition of health, was boarding with
me, aim we easi uuoui us ior some suitauie
amusement. First, we tried chess ; but that
was too hard work. I hen we played check
ers: but ice possibilities ol the game were
soon exhausted, and we concluded at last that
whist was just the thing we wanted. It re
(jiiired no intense mental application ; there
was just enough excitement in it to keep us
wide. awaKC, aud it pormillud a qesultory
chat, which would be far better for us than
any conversation upon proftiunder topics.
This testimony is variously confirmed by
11"018 "hose opportunities of observation
have been ample, and whose Christian char-
acu-rcaunoi, ue nuesuoneu. mere can oe
,. ,., ,- ,.;, .:.!
creations, this game is one of tho very best,.
With regard to dancing, I can do no bet
ter than quote the words ol Dr. Chanpiog.
We may not agree with this eminent divine
iu I. is theological views, but no oue can
doubt the pure and lofty morality of hi
doctrine and his life. ''This exercise," he
says, "is among the most healthful. The
body, as well as the mind, feels its eladden
ing influence. No amusement seems more
to have a foundation in our nature.
. It is desired that dancing
should become too common among us to be
made the ohject ol special preparation, as in
tbe bail ; tnat members ol tbe same lainily
when confined by unfavorable weather,
should recur to it for exercise and exuilara
tion : that branches of the same family
ahould enliven in this way their occasional
"'Wtipga ; that it should fill ii
p an hour
all the assemblages for relaxation in which
the young form a part.
The nominations for Radical Republican
candidates for Members of Congress from
tbe various Districts of Tennessee have now
been made, as follows:
First District R. R. Butler,
oecocu iisirici norace jnaynard, re-
nanuualcd . -
intra insinci waiiani u. stokes, re
(Fourth District James Mullius. ,
Fifth District John Trimble. "
Sixth District S. M. ArnelL renominated.
Seventh District Isaac L. Hawkins, re
Eighth District David A. Munn.
The most sanguine predictions are' made
of the election of this entire ticket. The
i irst, Second, Ihird, Sixth and Seventh Dis
tricts are reasonably sure. There exists a
miserable quarrel in the Fifth, which may
be followed by a double nomination and the
defeat of both candidates. The Fourth Dis
trict, now represented br Edward
ui in mre canvaesinir. as also will the
Eighth, in which Memphis it situated.
Tho Conservatives have nominate Co
James hitc in the First Distriol,
The candidates for Governor are William
(!. Urowolow, Republican, aud Governor
Elheridgc, Conservative. No doubt an-
pears to ue eniiiriaiaen oi uovvrnor trown-
Water. A clear fluid onco used for driuk.
Honesty An excellent joke.
Rural Felicity Potatoes and tttrniis.
Tougue A little horse that is continually
Dentist One who finds work for his own
teeth by taking out those of other people.
My Dear An expression used by man aud
wife at the commencement of a quarrel.
1'oliceman A man employed by the cor
poration to sleep in the open air.
iiarain A ludicrous transaction, in which
each party thinks he cheated the other.
Doctor A man who kills you to-day to
save you from dying to-morrow.
Author A dealer in words who oltcn ecu
paid iu his own coin. - - -Friend
A person who will not assist vou
because he knows you will love and excuse
Kditor A poor wretch who empties his
brains to fill his stomach.
Wealth The most respectable quality- of
Hquire-viverybody : vat nobody : eoual
How a Lady Goes to
Baloon.W16"6"10 lh8 momentous question as to which
Fanny Downing thus explains the' mys
terious process by which a- young lady pre
pares for bed: , ... ,: .
Dismissing Mandy, her foster Sister and
maid, Miss lreton performed thai task of
disrobing for the night, without other assis
tance than that of her own nimble Sogers.
- First the little lace-collar and ribbon were
removed from a neck, and the bright merino
dresa laid aside ; next the snowy skirts were
lifted over the head, then a spring touched
in front of the rounded waist, when with a
clicking and metallic sound, down came the
wideexpanseof crinoline; while Miss Char-,
ley stopped out of its steel circle, considera
bly collapsed, bat all the prettier. ' A some
what similar mechanical operation was re
peated and numerous springs and curls were
set in a lively motion. snd then witha stretch
upward of the plump white arms, and a long
drawn sigh ol relict, oil came the little
French "railroad" corsets, and the dimpled
shoulders of the wearer rose in unrestricted
' The snowy night gown was no slipped
over the head, and its delicate frills daintily
adjusted to the throat and wrist. Next the
mirror was visited, aud the charming little
ntuues made at the bright face it reflected,
and seizing the brush, the girl proceeded to
apply it to her glossy curls until - they shone
Thence to the wash stand, where teeth,
white as cocoanut meat, were rubbed until
Uiev eleamed still whiter, and the rosy face
dipped in the gilded basin of pure, cold wa
ter until it glowed witn renewed- crimson,
And then drawing a low teat close to the fire.
the young girl laid one pretty foot lightly on
her knee and began to unlace the tiny boot
which encased it: in few moments both little
feet were bare in their childish beauty, and
pressed down on the hot bricks of the hearth.
while a careful measurement was made a? to
the relative lengths of the big toe and the
oue next to it, for in this important difference
of two shall rule in the future married life
of the measurer: it having been decreed by
mysterious and immutable signs, that should
the greater toe to be the longer, the forthcom
ing lord of tho lady will be ber master i
well, while if the second hag pre-emince,
similar fate is in store for herself, and her
only master will be her own sweet will.
in the present instance, both of tbe sou,
pink toes were of such sameness of length,
that the inference waa sufficiently clear that
destiny decreed the married life of Miva
Charley frcston should be a state or equal
l be young lady sat still and amused her
self by doing a little prospecting in the way
of gazing down into the coals glowing before
ner, and than taking ber Dibie irom its stand,
she read the lessons appointed lor the eve
ning, then knelt and said her simple prayers.
A pull of Iragrant breath from a pair ol rosy
lips, and out went the candle, leaving the
room lighted only by the rich fire light.
Then unbolted the door that Handy, who
slept iu her young mistress's room, migh gain
access, when it should please her to leave the
delights of the kitchen, the young girl turn
ed back tbe sou blankets and snowy sheets
ot ber bed, made tbe impress of ber round
ed figure in its downy depth, laid her inno
cent head upon the tastefully trimmed pu
low, and went to ber bappy dreams,
The Burial Place of Booth.
General L. C. Baker has published a diary
in which he details hia connection with the
secret service" of the War Department
during the war of the rebellion. He makes
the following statement in regard to the dis
position made of the body of John Wilkes
In order to establish the identity of the
body of the assassin beyond aU q uestion.tne
Secretary of War directed me to summon a
number of witnesses residing in the City of
Washington, wbo bad previously known tbe
murderer. Some two years previoua to the
assassination of the President, Booth had a
tumor or carbuncle, cut from his neck by
surgeon. On inquiry, I ascertained that Dr.
May, a well-known and very skillful surgeon
of twenty-nve years practice in Washington,
bad performed the operation
Accordingly i called on Or. May, who,
before seeing the body, minutely described
tbe exact locality ot tbe tumor, the nature
and date of operation, Ac After being
sworn be pointed to the scar in tbe neck,
which waa then plainly visible. Five other
witnesses were examined, all of whom had
known tbe assassin intimately for years
The various newspaper accounts, referring to
the mutilation of booth g body, are equally
absurb. General Barnes, Surgeon General
United states Army, was on board tbe gun
boat where the post mortem examination waa
held, with hia assistants. General Barnes
cut from Booth's neck about two inches of
the spinal column, through which the ball
had passed; Ibis piece of bone, which is now
on exhibition in the Government Medical
Museum in Washington, is the only relic of
tbe assassin s body above ground, and this is
tbe only mutilation ol tbe remains tbatever
Immediately after the conclusion of the
examination, the Secretary of War gave or
ders as to the disposition of the body. It
had become very offensive owing to tbe con
dition in which it had remained after death:
the leg broken in jumping from the box to
tne Btage, was much discolored and swollen
the blood from the wound having saturated
his underclothing. With the assistance of
Lieutenant L. B. Baker, I took the body
from the gun-boat directly to the old Peni
tentiary, adjoining tbe old Arsenal grounds
The building had not been used as a prison
for some years previously. Tho Ordnance
Department had filled the ground floor cells
with fixed ammunition one of the largest of
these cells was selected as the burial-place
of Uooth the ammunition was removed,
large flat atone lifted from ita place, and a
rude grave dug; tbe body was dropited in,
the grave filled up, the stone replaced, and
there rests to this hour all that remained of
John Wilkes Booth.
Receipt for Fits.
For a fit of passion, work in theocpn air
you may speak in the wind without hurting
any oue, or proclaiming yonrsell to beasim
For a fit of idleness, count the tickings of
ol a clock. Uo tbis for one bour and you
WiU be glad to pull of your coat the next
and work like a coal beaver.
For a fit of evtravagance and folly, go to
the work-house or speak with the ragged
and wretched in ma tea of a jail, and you will
"Who maketh his bed of brier or thorn,
Must be content to lie forlorn,"
For a fit of ambition, go into the church
yard, and read the gravestones. They will
tell you the end ot ambition, i he grave
will soon be your bed chamber, the earth
your pillow, corruption your father, and the
worm your mother and sister.
ror a nt of repining,, look about lor tbe
halt and blind, and visit the bed-ridden, and
sliliceed, and deranged, and they will make
yoo ashamed of complaining of you lighter
Thb Democracy out West really seem
to be partially enlightened as to the vital
issues of the hour, Their leading organ
in the Northwest, the Chicago Tunes,
puts out the following address to the
Democrats of Iowa :
" The democrats of Iowa have got to know,
and to act upon the knowledge, that the is
sues of ISM are not the issues of 18G7. Let
the democratic party of that State unite up
on the vital issues of to-day; let them rid
themselves of tbe fossilized drags that retard
their progress and keep them leagues behind
the advance guard of the age. In other
words, let them come up to the duties of the
hour, and p'.aut UieuuMtlves squarely upon
the platform of impartial suffrage. They
can do this ; they can accept the iuevilable,
and win, or they can continue to vote for
Jackson for President, as heretofore, and
Spring weather is thus descriln! by a
,'-It shines, it rains,
. Then shines again,
What does the weather mean.
It laughs in doubt,
The suu comes out
With drizzling mists between. -
Now dark, now light,
Like day, like night,
'Tis changing, fickle weather:
. It musts at times,
Then, rains or shines,
And sometimes all together."
.-1 - . . '
A Little Nonsense.
A justice better verged iu law than gospel, I
not long since married a eotrpie m in is way:
"Hold npyour haedav ( Yoo seJemrily swear
that you wiU laitmully perform, the d.nUes
of your office, Jo:nUy and severally, accord-
ing to yonr best skilrand iadgment,
vou (rod. That's all fira ane ilollar.
.... . T ,.'"l;n"..
The new style of short dresses is "mighty
deceirmi "A benevolent old gefillmiisnj' A
little near sighted, came near getting ,it
trouble over in Kensalean street the other
day,! for remarking familiarly. ? itWeXl; 4a,
are your ears. cold, this morning?" The
party addressed turned 'on the old TcIlirW
fiercely, with -"iasofenb puppy' "jbHter''
"old villain,!' etc, and he found iusteadjof ad
dressing a school mlssi, he had accosted a
lady in the full bloom of wosaanhood. ..!. , ' .
. A boy in Springfield, to the inquiry why
a ship is called "she," quieted his teacher
with the reply, "because the rigging' costc
more man me nuu. ; , -( : ...t, t .i: .
One of Josh Billing's maxims 'Rirearly,
work hard and late, live on what1 you can't
sell, give nothing awa, and it you, uon die
i 4 .-, - ,
ritcn, and go to tbe devil, yu may sue me
for damaa-ea.' - " i ' ''(' .-
Josh Billings on ' preaching : "1 always
advise short sermons, especially. on a hot
Sunday. If the minister kant strike ile in
boreing forty miuutts, ho has either got a
poor gimblet or else he is a-boreiug in the
in Kentucky lives a man, the bead of a
very respectable and intelligent family, wbo
during one week in each monllu about the
first quarter of the moon, imagines himself a
wo man, dons tbe hoops aud balmoral, aad
sits in hia parlor waiting for hia beau I This
strange conduct was firrt noticed iri him
when he was about seventeen years of 'age.
IT. lift .
ne is DJiy-one.
A poetical genius was hauled up before
one of the police magistrates for kissing a
handsome young girl and kicking up a dust,
and me following examination took place :
, Magistrate : "Is your name John Ray?"
Prisoner ; "Ves.your honor, so the people
say." ... :.')
Magistrate : '"Was it you that kissed the
girl and raised the alarm?" .
Prisoner : " Yes, your honor ; but I thought
was no nann. . ,
magistrate : -1 ou ratcal, did you come
here to make rhymes?
Prisoner: "No, your houor, but it will
Magistrate : "Be off, you scamp get out
oi my signs ,-- ... , -,
Prisoner : Thank'ee, your houor, then
1 11 bid you good-night. j
An Ordinance. [No. 9.
To r entrain Iloraea f rasa running al large.
Sue. 1. Bt it ordained Ay the 6'tfy Council
or uie wy or xrononc. That no person or ner-
soos living in said city of Fremont, owning
or having in charge any horse "or horses shall
suffer or permit the same to run at large in
Sec. 3. The city Marshal shall seize and
empound any horse or horses running at large
contrary to section 1, lie shall im mediately
thereafter post up in at least three public
places in saia city printed notices containing
a description of said animal, of the place and
day of sale, and at the expiration of three
days shall sell said animal to the highest
Sac 3. The said Marshal shall receive fifty
cents. Kr empoundiDg, nity cents lor post
ing nuiicca, ana nny cents I or inc sale,
together with the costs af keeping and taking
care ui uie aoimai. L.'ir naianrA ariainrr rrnm
. r i ... - r - - "
said sale, shall be paid to the Treasurer of
said city, which money, except two- dollars
to be retained as a penalty, shall be paid to
me owner on nis application to tbe City
Sac. 4. The owner of such horse or horses I
may at any time, before said sale, redeem
the same by paying the Marshal the fees
and expenses already incurred and a penalty
of two dollars. ' ' ' - :!"
Sic. 5. Any person who shall set free or
attempt to set free in any manner any ani
mal so empounded shall, oo conviction there
of, be fined in any sum not exceed tug twenty
8 sc. 6. The Marshal shall kee p a full record
oi an nis doings under tout ordinance and re
port tne same monthly to tbe City Council,
Sec. 7. Any person violating any of the
provisions of this ordinance shall be fined ia
any sum not exceeding twenty dollars.
S sc. a. l but ordinance shall take effect and
be in force from and after its passage,
J. D. BOTEFUR, Pres't.
F. WILLMER, Clerk.
An Ordinance [No. 10.
To Prescribe the Mode of Constructing Side
and Cross Walks.
Sao. 1. Be it ordained hi the Vila CouncU
of the CUg of Fremont, That all side and cross
walks hereafter ordered to be constructed
unless provided for by special ordinance,
shall be laid on lines and levels and inciiua
tions to be determined and fixed by the City
Civil Engineer, and shall be of sound sq ua re-
edged two inch pine or oak plauk not less
than eigbt incbes wide; laid transverse, tbe
street on four inch square sound white or
burr oak stringers and secured to stringers
by two twenty penny nails ia each plank
whenever the same rests on stringers. Plauk
walk four or six feet wide to be laid on two
stringers: eight or ten foet wide to be laid
on three stringers ; twelve feet wide ou four
stringers ; sixteen wet wide on five stringers,
Skc. 2. Wherever said walks cross any
street, six rods wide, thirty -two feet thereof:
sixty feet or four rods wide, twenty-four feet
thereol ; in tbe center ot such street, and in
alleys two rods wide, sixteen feet in the
center thereof : one rod or twelve feet wide,
eight feet in the center thereof, shall be laid
with sound square edged, three inch, white
or burr oak plauk resting on five inch square
bearers, of tbe same material, placed not over
five feet apart, and secured to the bearers
with six inch wrought spike, wherever the
same rests on a bearer, The center bearer
to be four by eight vnchttf, wherever two
planks meet on any cross-walk, il any
timber or other work is required to bring
the walk to proper level or to prepare a
proper bed for said walk the same shall be
deemed to be a part of tbe walk herein order
ed to be made. ,
Sue. 3. The costs o'. all cross and side
walks hereafter ordered to be made shall be
assessed upon and collected from the owners
ot tne lots and lands and upon the lots and
lands bounding abutting said improvement,
in proportion to the feet front. , .
Sac. 4. If the owner or owners of any lot
or land in front of which said walk i re
quired to be made shall complete a walk in
front of his, ber or their premises of tbe
proper width, materials and mode of eon
struction, to the acceptance, of the -City
hngtneer and Street Commissioner before
that part ol tbe work shall have been com.
meuced or materials lor tbe same De obtained
by a contractor, under this ordinance such
owner or owners shall be exempt from as
sessment under this ordinance, except for
cross-walks, excavations snd embankments
in other parts of the walk. But to! Avail
themselves of this exemption owners must
file a notice in writing with the Civil Engi
neer before the week . is let,' aneoifymg the
location and extent of walk which they re
spectively claim the right to make, and the
time within which they will make the sans
and within one day after the awarding of a
contract to any bidder, deliver to hiia a copy
ot said notice. , liut tl toe r,ogineer ahouiu
consider the time required by such owner to
be unreasonable, or, it being by the Engineer
considered reasonable it the writ so pro
posed to be done by such owner is not com
pletcd within the time specified then tlie
work snail oe done by the 1 contractor,, anu
tbe exemption shall not attach.
rasaed 23, IP67. ' "
J. D. BOTEFUR, Pres't.
F. WILLMER, Clerk.
, ! . -,
Postal Laws and Regulation. There
eenis to be a general impression abroad that
the prices of post office boxes are sc by the
P. M. the sum being socketed by 'him for
his own benefit. For the benefit of ail jpon
earned, we quote the follow extracts troiuthe
Pnblnl anil Rnv.niio T.nwa; I
Postal and Revenue Laws:
Ssc. 473. The Poet Office Department ncTffir
er owns,. erects, nor repairs letter boxea.la
post offices, except where the building is owned
by the United States. Letter boxes are iht
property of those post-masters who chose, to
put them up.
Skc. 475. Anvpost-master may put up boxes
his Office. These boxes are his private
property but the revenues thereof must be
paid over to the department." a ui
Sec. 477. Box-rent in all post offices must
be paid for at least one quarter in advance. .
. . i
The remains of Artemus Ward arrived io
New York on Friday, by the steamer
Deutscblaod, and were forwarded on the fol
lowing day to Maine for sspuksre. i. '
F. WILLMER, Clerk. An Ordinance [No. 5.
T Repair aa kerp is ardor Blete-Walh.
pwiieiri ill rush mmUi w tui m nail I liainf
piece or parcel of,IanA,.io.Irou nrraqainst
rich asdevalt fciUlIavcQh u-hstfnct-
Ipd either of brick, slrrVood-'TIM.her
; m -T .1 IT J . T T -
Irfitenal shall keen thn mmr frr r-norr mArf
DQMMain-aitittii4wMii i- w
bail ortles oe j-inaiK tu.cau.sa. AiiUa or
tea notice to be icryeu on ibe o
vbieh any shau be out ui
TeJ"lr m bad orderJa. repair the aaine
fcasaid walk'was'ort'inallv' constructed
v.iiuu,mjuut mumav toe aame tub
withanitedayv'BMts surraigof aaidotieait
and upon a wfiwal to do so, when notice, ia
erred, itfursaid 'Street Commissloder nhall
t3Pe-diSiwtKda!M at into gmpeiwa rat !
said Ut(.oalar.d,o.rpar thereo If the.owner
or bwnefJ, aie'n t or' agents' fcu to romply''
wktaeiriuta:aKarVawraaiaEV: ta 'Street
CominiioneT shall cause- the work ,lo . be
dobe1 at the'expeuse of said lot or lanrf as
aioTwiajtij ii atuot lej m io jwr-l j
i Sue.. 3 "The Street, Cimniisstoner shall
eairse a capf to be'raadc bf the notice served '
on the awaeritor! ewuera;ent" ageitto, w
kforesajd, and return the same to -the city
thft With 'the refiiiifl of fhelanirexsidowucr
Dr-vwde'saS agert-r.areije!,I mai,'httwn -pndtliecitw
clerk .shall tile such voucher
kmfprTrrrr the same, mti.-.tt a-:-. . i-.r:
i JBh-. ii TJU-SUkcuis.i(iaer, wli(ver
owner or owners names cannot be definitely '
knowiip shall tins t ijoticS'tii-eivCTi in'
soaie hewapapet, priuted1rraidi(yf stuffy- ,
mg said owner or owners to repnir the walks
in front T ontgairrsaid iota or land within '
teaAlaya'akthaejKpUaVoaof wbtthttiuas, if.
not done, the Street Commibsioner shall pro
ceed to have the same repaireel, ma directed
in. eeaiJion.taaa ul lhi jordiuance.. , ' .
c ' rr l c. Tn '
oiu o. i ne oireei iiomiDiasioner snail
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ed against each lot, and return the aatne ta
the city clerk, and roako report in his
rrjtby report t the City-Council. The
amount thus expetided and paid out shall be
paW from lhe"gencral' frrtid of said city, and
at the regular ties of. certifying taxes, and
placing the same on the dcplicate for collec
tion, the city clerk shall make-a statement ol '
the amount lhas expeuUed with the interest
thereof, to be certified up or placed in tbe
duplicate for collection against each lot as
aforexaid, and when, the -amount is paid or.
collected, it shall go to the credit of the gener
al fund'.'' : i '- r. : u is .
: Skc. b-jTAovnmu the estimated expense'
of repairs against any one hundred feet shall
cxeeed the sunt- of law dollars, the Street'
Commissioner. thall, before making the la--pairs
make reort of the same to the Council,
and act under their advice.-"- - , -. -
Sti'. .7 That all ordinances inconsistent
with the provisions of this ordinance be aud
lb nun ate iserehy repealed. Trowided
that the same shall in no way impair or in
terfere with any right or liability existing or
occur krg by reaaoa af the pa gar of any orr
di nance heretofore, ,
Passed May 8th, 1867.
J. D. BOTEFUR, Pres't.
F. WILLMER, City Clerk.
To regulate the Construction of Awnings,
prevent the obstruction of Side-Walks,
prevent the obstruction of Side-Walks, and to regulate the hanging of Signs and
other things over the Side-Walks, also to
regulate Stair-Ways and other projections
Sw. 1.. He il ordained j the IV'j Limned
of Iht Fremont, That all awnings
awning frames and supports hereafter errxl
ed in tbe city of Fremont shall lie covered
with canvass or some pliable and light sub
stance and seeuriy attached to the buildiug
and properly supported by iron or other
proper metalic frame, fasteuirjgs and sup
ports, and ail awouig.fraoaea and supports for
the same shall be so constructed that they msy
be closed up against the buildings on which
they may be erected, and no awniitgs, awaing
framcs or supports shall hereafter be erected
or repaired either wholly oris part of wood,
nor shall aay such be mantained or kept up
within that portion of the city lying between
Arch street oo th Waat aad the Saoehssky
r,Ter ." alter the iat day oL J une.
1MKT . .- . t m
Ssc. 3. That tha lower r.art al any awn
ing, awning-frame, support or. appendage
thereto, shall be at least nine feet above the
top of the side-walk: ris front of any build
ing on which the same is erected and no part
oi sa'l(f awning-frame, support or appendage
thereto snail extend er oroKjet auttrom said
building or the proper line of said premises
over the side-walk more ' that six teet, snd
whea closed or drawn up agataat tha bond
ing shall not extend out or project over the
side-walk more than twelve inches.
i-Sau-3. That no clothing, goods, aoerehan
dize, wares, signs, boxes or other articles or
things' shall be placed or maintained or kept
in trout of aay toie, grocery,- shop or other
place in said city, on or above, tha side-walk
or in or upon any alley so as to occupy any
more space than three feetaaxt to the build
ing or premises on such side-walk or alley,
or three feet af the space above the side-walk,
and such articles or thing; as may be placed
on the side-walk shall not be more than
three feet above ' the top of the aide-walk,
and the articles or things that may be hung
out or placed above the aide-walk shall be
at least eight inches above the top of the
side-walk, and shall rot swing or project
more than three from the building, except
the awuing-fraaBV, supported or appended
thereto, mentioned in the first and second
sections of this ordinance,' may project' when
Upwn, six feet, - as Tlh?rein provided!. No
such article or IhiLg shall be premitted to
remain on any side-walk or alley after uine
o'clock at sight orod Sunday, not shall any
owner or occupier of any lot or premiaes
lease the space aforesaid,- or permit or allow
the same? to be used airueeupiedr except for
his or their own business, . nor shall said
space be used for selling any article or thing
Sec. i. Be It further' nnlninrd' Thai .11
awning, awning-fannes,, posta ,or supports
or signs or other posts, (except hitching-
posls not more than three feet hirh. ami
protections around, shade trues,) io that por
tion of the city lying between the Sanduaky
river; ou the east, and Archr street, oa the
west, within said boundaries, which are con
trary to the provision of this ordinance, shall
be taken' down or reiuoved bv th ownem
or controllers of the same oo or before the
1st day of Jane1, 18(77, or the shall be taken
down and reuioved by the: .Marshal . of said
cily, at expense of said owner or controllers,
after a service' of ten' day a notice printing
or in writing, and said hwaers or contrul'er
shall be liable to the,, penalty provided in
mis ordinance for the violation of tha same.
Jjko. i. o person shall erect ur cause to
be erected, or so far as ha or she hss a right
to prevent, suffer to remain standing any
house, building, walLience, or. other pcr
manvnt structure in. such -manner that any
part thereof shall stand or project over be
yond the line of any lot , or parcel of land
into any street, alley side-walk, highway or
pnblie ground. except as provided in section
sis of this ordinance or unleai specially au-
uiorizeu oy vne ci'.y council.
Sev. b. ro person shall erect or cause to
be erected, or permit to remain standing,
within, upon or over any aide-walk, avenue.
street oi alley in this otty, any porch, porti
co, verandah, stair, stair-way, step, cellar
door or other like projection extending into.
oyer or upon. snch side-walk, avenue, street
or alley a greater distance from the front line
of tbe lot1 or land bounding or' frontinr
than, is herein, provided, to-wii:
Upon, over or into side-walks not more than
fifteen feet and not lee than ten feet wide,
forty inches; upon, over or into side-walks
less than ten feet and no less than seven feet
wall, twenty-eight, ieehes; .hpon, ever ur
into side-walks less than seven feet wide
it shall lie unlawful to erect or1 permit to
ramaar standing- any porch,- portico,-, stair,
stair-way, step, cellar-door or other like pro
jection, provided tnat upon side-walks not
leas than six feet wwiaan orearnay be .con
structed pot exceeding three feet in width, if
the same be ' kept' seen rely covered with a
substantial iron -grating: laiil evea with - the
pavement. Provided further, ,t shall be un
lawful to erect or permit to remain standin
aay such poecb,., jxtrtico, 'verandah, sUir
stair-way, step or other like projection urxm
over or Into any side-Walk, rrpoo or along
Frorit streovoB, tha west aide of, tue River -Ssc.
7. All signs, . devices, articles and
things now4 hang, snsnebded or Tdaced with-
oxoi,or,that may be hereafter hung,, sus
pended or placed within or on, or above, ana
ernpoh any'strcaf ar alley m vk-
lation-ruf Uia. proviaiuu of this ordi
shall be immediately removed. Any per
gon Vhc" shall violate arty provision, .rhvnse
section of this ordinance, orwho shall in
terfere with any ollicer or employer of (he
city wbil Enforcing-! any roviclonj of this
ordinance shall,, on conviction thereof. t pay
fine of liotless thatlree dollars'- nor ex-
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ecuuon ; anu ail expenses incurred in re
anu iui eAi,eiis.--s iiicurrcu
moving the' same, and ihe'suaic tin foaearh
and every day the same shall be continued
after Doing notified by the Marshal of tho
city to remove any, snch article earthing. S .
TIUh, ordinance shall take, f foot snd. bo iu
on and after the 1st of
J. D. BOTEFUR, President.
F. WILLMER, Clerk.
The Newr-York: Herald's' ' Montjronmvw
Abu special saw; i Geo. W. Eaale. the : mat.
who offered a reward for the' aaiai .....
President Lincoln during tha1 war, was
acreatodonaebarge af complicity m tha as.
sassiuAtiop, few days, since, but was dis
charged oa producing a pardon from PrAai-
dent Johnsoii.J i
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