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TIME TABLES. CLEVELAND & TOLEDO RAIL ROAD. LAKE ERIE & LOUISVILLE R. R.
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POST OFFICE HOURS.
POST OFFICE HOURS. OPENING AND CLOSING OF MAILS.
Th reach Mail going Beat. :30
wx Mn rf ' a. m.
Threagh stall amiss Tm,n at -JtWt A.M.
Wap aUilgoing Wast, Bin aaa at . ... ft :3t r. a.
- nm(t aUU IM theBaateponaat II-. A.
Way Kail from the last apeaa at ... Tittr.a.
ThwifclUUhathttiiUfi it.... t:lA.a.
WsyBefl from the WeetepaBeet. ....... U4tA.il.
L. E. & L. R. R.
BailleTeoBtheI.lA.LBEai- 11:1 A. a.
To KoUmrill, Taeedaya rat PHdays at - 1
To 8Iek Swamp, 8BtardBya,at It A. a.
LAND FOR SALE.
ITOR SALE. A NEARLY NEW
P CTOf bA BtTCOt A Story Bad A BSlf
irtm. a rood wood koan.
OAMBrtBko,of SOtfj J. 0. BOeSBADOU.
HOUSK AND LOT FOR SALE.
IoOatbj Hobm aacLot for aI. Bttaat
ma a Arek atrwt. Kaqatro ot P. 8. Wkits, Baak
frnwoat. Had D WIGHT P. LLOYD..
House and Lot for Sale,
JtAR the Prathytaihui Chmrek. Will b oM
Mst. EoqatraAttha Bhm Stan of SllBRIIAH
0 Appoilt tk CroghAa Hoaia. ttl
AN (CI HOMI aaa oh act ol Laad, with frait
VniM aad oat-kaildian, U th eitj of Fremont.
T.rr ahaa aad loaf tim. lor aAfaMatc; aIm aboat
X of aa Aonoa WAtaratraot, ia Fremont, laitAbla
rAay BABafaetariaf aatabflakaMBt, Bad tha
aitaauaorUoaof towa. Knqairaof D.L.JUKB.
FrOBoat, Jab la, 187 tf
FOR SALE OR RENT A beuutiful
W hMatod Blaaoof taa aaraa, X of a aula fraat
rroaMaVwataawastaldaoftba rtrar, a aomiortA
Ma hoaaa aad oataiWinr , a rood wall of watar
aodaaaloBdidgwdaa wall alaokod with Urr Aad
aaaUtrait. VaaloaaUoa hiaaplnaiat aa cab ka
foaad akoat Priajaat, aad taa plaoa aoaaiAada a
laa now of taa rlvar aad aitj. Por aArttealan call
eaavaddtaaa, THADSBUS BALL.
Praawat, April 12, 18W ltaO.
A DESIRABLE PLACE for SALS.
Tat aadanif aod aaara for aala th. vraaiiaM
la raatoat bow oocapied kj het.kaowB at tko old
m BjMrtoa plaeV' oompriatBg roar Lota of ground
aamborod So, SW, SS8 aad S8ft, ia oaa aqBAra,
koaadad kr Joha, Hi(h, Mala aad Swing traata,
Tka aitaAUoa ia high aad kaaatital, aad tin aremi.
ea raallr ai aoainbla aa aaj ia tba atty. Prait treat
aad ahrabkorr ia abaadaaoa. Largo dwoiHag hoaaa
Ban aad oat kaildiaga, weU.oiatanA, ko, Ac.
Foanaaioa iriTaa at once. Plaoa to ba ahowa at
aarthaa. Tarmaaaay MRS. JKKN1B 1N8I6N.
Farm for Sale.
IOPPER for aala mj Turn of oaa hundred aad
aixtyaerea lotaeroa of alaared land, iaa high
ataU of enltiratloa,tha baiABca la baaTT tiaibar
iTiac withia thirty aoda 3 Port gaaooa, aad within
tnroa-foarthaofaaiUaof a good ftriat Mill aad Saw
MilU Taara are aa tha fam, two good DwaUing
Hoanaa. Waah aad 8mok.Ho.oi. Collar aadartha
what; Cora Orika, Ban with 6 aoda, two aotorfail
laa Sprian oaa forth. Hoaaa and oaa for tha Ban
Spring Boaaa, Orehard of Mo l,OrAftad Froit,
aaahaa Anlaa,Oharriaa, raAra.QBiBOM.FoAehoa. Ac.
For aartaealaraaato tarau, ats., oaUobot Addraaa
, Farm for Sale.
TBS adaralgaodoaara fsraala hU farat, aitaatod
ia BaUTtlia towaahia, Baadaaky eoaaty, Ohio,
roar aaikia aoathwoat of Praaaoat oa tha Baadaaky
rivor, aoataiaiac oO aeraa of laad bmib or loot, otot
M aena aadar a good atata at eal tiTAtia, 10 of it
riTor aattoat aad tha balaaaa tiaiboT, aitaatod aa
-ood loaoa, a otortabla koaaa, fraaw kara, baggy
hoaaa, rood aalUr aadar taa hoaaa, wood hoaaa aad
ataor oat aoor baUaiaga, 1 good walla at wataraad
,l,anB. aa orahArd of aw Urga baariag aop' traaaaf
ahoiao frait; alao aaar, Baaafa, alaau oharry, aad
athar aaauaar fr.lt. Alao a hoaaa wall aitaatod for
aiakiag ayna. For farthor taJonaaBoa oaqaira of
too taoaertkaroa tha aiaailaai. .,
(lSaao) JAME3 H1ETT.
FARM FOR SALK THE SUB
aeriberwiahaatoaoll hi tarn la Waahlartoa
Towaahip, Baadaaky Ooaaty, Ohio, taiiiea Waat
from Eremoat aad i mil Boath of Hoairill; eoa
Uiaing Waeraaetacraaia till aad Maarca ia tin
bar, fho aoil la lUaaatoaa hwua, aad prodoetiT?.
who baildinga aoaaiat of a eoaifortahla fiamo dwall
lac hoaac, a good taaaat hoaaa, a good waUof watar
at aaeh hoaaa, atablo, aoncriba, amoko-hoaaa, dry.
hoaaa aad liana kila Asa. A good Tarioty of froit
traaa, oaaaiating at aai f "k"? flaB,i
.batwaaaSWBBd AjkaataggrapaTiaaa, eaa
talaiag 1 oariatioa of grapaa. Any paraoa wanting
thia flrai oab Hat. aoaaaaioa of tha tenant hoaaa
with tha nrtralaga of two aalda ta till, thia aprlag.
For BarOeaiari oaqaira of Wat MeMUlaa oa tha
. ; . .... M a MMd ad lot
mm wltA fr.it tna. iimm. assail trait,
Hiii wall uJ
Doaxsnc Koohomt. No houae-keeper or
cook U full prepared to enter aucceaafully
upon hareoUBrry dutiee without htTing the
the Best Chemical Saleratoaon hand. It
retiree the mind of much of the care and an
xiety experienced by a skillful cook. Call
for the genuine in red paper. It ia better
' WATEftFALLt 01K0 OUT OP FakBIO!.
Wherever "Barrett 'a Vegetable Hair Ree
wativa" haa been introduced. Waterfall
are going out of fashion. Thia unrivalled
preparation caneea the hair to grow to auch
length Wat laiae nair ia dm required.
"BanoLDijfo Hiaver akd Feblins HkllI"
Vmt croTJerlr dewcribea those who, auffer-
inefroai aueh acute maladies aa Gravel, Dia-
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belia, dimeull oi voiuing unne, ana un cum
DlUnta. behold their fellows on every band
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10 tneluil vigor ui jrericvfc ucaiui.
Bat everv aueh can find relief in Dr. J
W. Poland's White Fine Compound the
A special savt the Secretary of War and
Oeaerala Grant and Sherman have resolved
upon the moat effective measure for a sharp
and decisive campaign against the Indiana,
having become convinced mat it is neceasary.
A large force of cavalry will be need.
The Georgia coin ia, some of it, already in
roasting ears, it having been planted in the
last week of January. The report, from
Macon, the com from waist to head high
(three to aix feet), cotton half leg high, oats,
rye Ana wheat crop very nne, wueaiaireany
.The Dolitical manneers, it ia said, are in
Washington trying to sound General Grant
oa the question of accepting the nomination
for the next Presidency. It ia further said
that the General haa intimated that he does
ot desire it himself, but would like the
nomination extended to General Sherman.
The Pension Office has decided to folio'
the long established rule of rejecting all ap
plications for pensions bued on injury re
ceived, disease contracted, or death occurring
while the soldier was on inrkragb. .
Four hundred new money order offices,
scattered all over the United States, are to
be opened in July. This will make the
whole number of such offices eleven hundred
A Maine man recently sold a horse in
California for $45,000.
Ladies Hair cuttingjatest styles at Brock
How to get good suit of clothes. The
thing is done as easy as rolling off a log,
yoo know how. This is bow; put a tew
greenbacks in your pocket, and call on Mvnk
in the Post office Building. He will dress
you out nicely for a small sum.
Out of the Party.
The 0kaloosa Herald tells the following
amusing story of a life-long Democrat in the
vicinity who was lor years a aiave to anna,
nnt for twentv mentha nast had been a radi
cal temperance ansa. He was sitting in his
office conversing with several of but friends
when the door opened and Mr. D., a rigid old
Democrat, came in. 1 he usual eotnpiimeuis
of the dav Daased. when the latter gave Mr.
H. a alight nudge and winked him out to the
back door, when cautiously peering around
to see that no one was observing them he
rlrew from the deep recesses of his pocket a
nint flask, which bore the appearance of
having been several times visited, and asked
him to drink.
"No," replied H., "I don't drink."
You area liar!" responded D.
"I pledge you my word," responded H.,
"that I have not drank a drop for over twenty
"It is ; and I am now a memlicr of the
Good Templar Lodge in thia place."
For a moment a look of blank astonishment
came over the countenance of the old Demo
crat, which gave way to one of anguish as he
. "Good God! have yoa left the Democratic
party?". ' . -
Jefferson Davia has visited Kiagsra, and
after tarrying a few days there, proceeded to
St Citharinet, wktrt ht it bow staving.
FRIDAY; JCKg H .1867.;
I Town amf Coltety Iattess.
Polar. Owing to the Tournament, which
onr typographical force celebrated to the full
of the Awo days, and for other sufficiewt
reasons,' we are delayed' i day In the pubu-
eatioa of this week's Jounasi ..
Cherries. Mrs. D. Jtnrs will accent enr
thanks for a bunch of luscious cherries, : ,
Festival. The festival for the. benefit of
a colored church was aa successful as expacU
ed, the receipts amounting , to over $60,00.
Ooaiinsnoemeut Exaroisas -The first
commencement exercise of the FremoDt High
School will beheld on Friday evening of
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lil ! i
KeepOoolMr, Jxssx Vajj Nms, is Je- I
livering iee, ia quantities to suit his eattosa.
era. ., let is oae ox lae aaceAsaries oi me uus
hot weather to give him your orders." :
Luscious. Mr.- Isaac Sbaatc has eur
thanks for some luscious cherries, grown on
his place. They are the first we have seen
this season. -,, , ' . .' N ,..r...ir.
Peaches and Oherriea. The Toledo
papers say that cherries ana peacnes are
seriously injured in that vicinity by" the
late frodu; They promise splendid; crop1
here. The cherry trees are loaded with fruit
and there will be a heavy crop of peaches,
unless some "killing frost" comes hereafter.
The Concert. We inadvertantly emitted
to give notice of Mr. Shotwell's concert in
Mammoth Hall last week. It was a very
pleasant affair and' well attended. '.The
manner in which some quite difficult pieces
were executed was very creditable to scholars
and teacher." ' . . ' - " .,
The Belleme Commercial. The
business men of Bellevue, with their usual
piritand enterprise, have started a paper as
sn advertising medium for gratuitous circu
lation, the first number being issued from
the JorNAL Press this week. The little
sheet is to appear monthly and will receive
a circulation of one thousand copies. Suc
cess to the business men of Bellevae.
The Excelsior Club gave at) excellent
entertainment on Wednesday night to a
crowded bouse. , The farces "Familj ' Ja.n,J t
"XwwTicfc Boy" snd Slack Statm ' were
represented; it being impossible lo bring out
Ten Nights in Bar Room." 1 Be nail was
well filled sad though the evening was war as
we think that no audience during the season
has enjoyed an entertainment more.
Runaway. Last Sunday, a young man
Darned Gbobqb Wximbx was driving a team
with a load of straw, down the hill near the
brick yard oa the east side, when the horses
became frightened and the driver in attempt
ing to bold them slipped and fall between
ihem. He wss very badly cut and bruised,
but was taken at once to Doctor Baker's
office, where he received the aeeessary surgi
cal attention, and is now doing welL ", t J
Delegates to the State Convention
The Convention held last Saturday to
choose Delegates from this County to the
State Convention, was slimly attended. The
following persons were chosen aa Delegates
and Alternates: -
Delegates Gen. R. P. Buckland, Dr. L.
Q. Bawson, CoL J. R Bartlett, CoL 0. G.
Eaton, M. Chance, Esq. i
Alternates C. A. Willard, Esq., Homer
Everett, Esq., Dr. J.- W. Failing, Adam
Bair, Esq., E. L. Bowersox, Esq.
Marine, The "Fremont" went out on
Monday the 39th, loaded with oats. " - -
B. F. Wait" went out on Wednesday the
1st, loaded with corn. ' " " " '
Raor went out Thursday . morning
loaded with lumber for Bement .
"Spy" arrived Menday night and went
out Wednesday morning loaded with corn
"Ckisholm" went out Friday, loaded with
lumber from Sanborn.
An Aquarium. Dr. J. W. Faiunb has
a handsome little aquarium well stocked with
gold fish ia his office ia Buckland's old block'
A prettier ornament and one which furnishes
more amusement cannot be found and
never see one without wondering why they
are so rare. A Tieltom of plank or metal, a
light wooden, frame with four panes of donble
plate glass for sides, make' a strong box, a
few handfuls of gravel cover the bottom," and
a plant or two, such as sweet flag, keep the
water pure. The sprightly little favorites
take good care of themselves, catching un
fortunate or reckless flies and insects for food,
and the plants and a few snails or a little
turtle do away with all necessity . for fre
quent changing of the water. Do pets-ere
more amusing or . less troublreomeifcan
Cleveland Library. A few days since
we had the pleasure of looking over the
handsome rooms of the Cleveland Library
Association, .in Case Block, under the
Dilotaxreof our old friend Mr. W. J. Tait
the faithful and courteous librarian. , The
rooms, which are held by the Association in
perpetual lease, are high, spacious and fitted
up with elegance and taste. The reading
room displays papers from every quarter of
the globe and the already .large library is
receiving coostsnt additions of new -books.
The "Library" has always been a cherished
institution in Cleveland and now that it has
room to grow, it will be more than ever
matter of pride to make it worthy of the
intelligence, enterprise and wealth of the city.
"RoOTal. A lady from the "rooral des-
tricks" met with an adventure a day or two
since at Brandt k CuBdit's store which sur
prised her. After doing a little "trading1
she asked one of the clerka if she could go
through that door," poioting to : the back
jrt of the room, "to the grocery to get some
tobacco."' The clerk politely informed, her
that she could pass through the door and
gate and reach the store of Lasqbakf at Eanat.
She started straight for what she thought
was the open door, saw another female com
ing, turned out to pass her, was' susprised to
find that said female keptdodging tight and
left so as to keep directly in her way. -She
politely requested her "to step one side" and
was just getting "riled" when she spied the
frame of the "big mirror." , She will go to
the "grocery" by the front way hereafter.
, !VIaBole.-r-Wt notice with a good deal pf
pleasure that the attention of our young peo
ple is being drawn to athletic games. The
base ball clubs already play a tolerable game,
and croquet, which is introduced in almost sll
grounds that are large enough, ' brings "the
ladies into the open air and gives them pleas
ant and healthful sport A few days since a
Turners' Association was formed but failed
to organize, because ont-doer sports just new
occupy time and attention.'. In the fall there
will be no difficulty in organising a gymna
sium for both sexes, if the matter ia taken
hold of in the right way. One of our great
facilities for the culture of muscle U almost
entirely overlooked, however. We nave a
river here which offers the finest rowing.
Why not have a boat club or two, and enjoy
the royal sport! Who will move in the
matter t . -
Picture frames, Mirrors, Silver ware,
Oaa fixtures, Crockery and Glassware
can all be found at Wadsworjja's No. 6. State
Street, lie has just received a new stock of
mirrors the handsomest in town, and the
cheapest. He frames pictures in good style
for he knows how to do it, snd as for the
jest of his stock he defies competition in
variety, quality and cheapness.' We call
attention especially to his gas fixtures,' ' Go
and set them beibrt you boy elsewhere.
I The ToTirnajneAt, The Musical Tour-
4 B)V?ol Ist-l'jftMiki A
,e ObeMo-.tti it labipec .;
rrieJ .giyLiog 1m
I a 1 r o-iil 0.-J...I H AvS
1 4h. a3ro,;rill4i.5sllti
pr&ei' H ttoihy .'wWr fitataa :tht .
puHcf pSla'Tiafieridacce VBA;largi
eas;domy thbusy iemoa-i pi1 4htri t-''
Ut; Bands, whjfh toft WsijM least
ombn aU taws miitfaa&ituni
for reception' nd"brgsiixstion and for the
trials were systematic and ,sntir harmony
prevailed front betHn'nlng to end. '
' The competing Band's and Glee Clubs ar
rived at the Depot oa Tuesday by theUor.;
iag trains, werf , wleoane by rh Reception
Committee and marched under the escort of
'the Remont Band down Croghan,Front and
State Streets to Msmejoth Hall where they
jTwara saMined ttt oratrVkraV '.'After th is : they
streeU of the city, all the Bands playing th
"Western or Empire , QaWlrstep. r At ; PJ
M. the competitors fori the String' jjaaxl aad
Qlee CHub prises,' met at Mmmoth Ball and
BtfTMge&e.foJJowiDgj programme forihe
trial conceri in the Wenfig: I C -S V
' ! . .''Att 1st.''.'""-'"'-' "
Introductioe front ' 'The Huguenots, " arrsng-
' ed by Prof.' Bobs.... Fremont Band
Overture "Trart)iavolo," by Tiffin Musical
i Society, under, the direction of Prof. Boos.
Choriii "kwaeYlp Btiexi,4 j..i.$an-
i dusky Maenerehor.
Duett for Comet and Piano, by Beethoven,
j arranged by Schriber, execeuted by
', Prof. Boos and Son. j - -i . i
Polonaise, by Eleuber's Quartette Band.
Chorus "How I Have Loved Thee," by
Mehring, sung by the Toledo Saenger-
bund.,., j.( . , ,t (j . ; . . j.; !;i
The Praver of Earth." Tiffin Bruderband.
Fantasie forClaronet and Piano by....
! Prof.iBooa and Son.;.jTxy -; ,- Tr
Trio, "Little Brown Church," by the
! Misses Woodworth, of Cleveland.
Trio, "0 Salutaries," by Verdi, Bang by . . .
TifEB Bruderband. 1 H A ! i V 1 J
Guitar Solo, "Home Sweet Home,"
Prof. DolL, ,, ; - '
Violincello Solo, by ....Mr. Blueber.
Airs from "Barbier de Seville, by th... .r.
Tiffin Musical Society.
The great hall was filled at an early hour,
nW Veig; juaaNw Jtoi -fiad. peats. : , The
peicea selected were generally very difficult
and too classical lor a popular auaieucts. Ap
sides those to whom prizes were awarded,
the Bffia "Baderband" and the Sandusky
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ar.AMdrhra? ..wave .verv wwraiiii icwiiw
and the Misses Woodworth of Cleveland, and
Prof. DoUwwroWJIrcT,e n
eort was a pleasant entertainment- vrnu am
a feast to rausfcal scholars-and critics.
THE SECOND DAY.
At 9 A.M.' en Wednesday,- the Brass
Bands met at Mammoth.. Hall, arranged the
programme for the day and marched , in Pfof
Session to tue new xair uiuuuua wuoi y1?;
parstions had been made for the contest for
the prises. After a lunch provided by the
Fremont Band for their guests, the trial for
the first prist took place, the Union SUver
Band of Toledo and. the Great Western Band
of Sandusky being the Competitors, the for
mer playing a potpouxi from Anna Bolena
and an Overture ; the latter a potpoun from
"Lneretia Boreia" and an ' overture from
"Norma.", . - . .
Prof. Boos' Cornet Bind of Tiffin played
for the second prise without opposition the
pieces selected being a cavatina from -'Stran
iera" bv Verdi and an overture entitled
"Amaters at home."' '
The Bellevue Union Band were also the
only contestants for the third prize, playing
the "International QtiicRstep.O V
; The contest for the first prize was very
close, the "Silver Band" and "Great West
ern" being ' VeW bearl' fcquaLjthe Silver
Band" having quite as many champions
amour musical critics as the other., Their
selection of music however was not so good
as their rival's and we incline to the opinion
that their musical training and culture ware
not fully tested. .- -
Prof. Boos' Band played admirably and
would not have been out of place in the trial
for the first prize, and the Union Band of
Bellevue made as creditable an appearance
as any considering thetimeit has been organ
tators adjourned to the Public Square to hear
the reports of the Judges and the awarding
of the prises.
'. The Judges reported as follows: ' .
We the under siiroed appointed Judges
the Musical Tournament held at Fremont on
the 11th and 12th of June, 1867 award the
nrizes aa follows:
The prize for Glee Clubs (a Silver Goblet
$7a) to the aolbdo baengiebund. .
The prize for Strine Bands (a Silver 0,
Orchestra Comet $75) to the Tiffin Musi
: The first prize for Brass Bands, (a pure
Coin Silver b. Cornet $300) to the Gbbat
Westexb Baud of Sandusky. :
The second prize (a Silver Eb. Cornet
2(M)l te the Boos Oobw et Bark of Tiffin.
The third prize (a brass Eb- Cornet $100)
to the usion uasd oi iteuevue.. , ,
. We alao express our sstisfaetion at the ex
cellent aeanital of all the bands and only re
gret that we were not able to award a prize
also to the Union Silver . Band of Toledo,
and hope such festivals may soon aad often
JOHN M. STROBEL.
JOHN M. STROBEL. G. F. ROHNER.
'The Awarding''Coinmittee also made com
plimentary' referauce' to the Misses Wood-
worth of Cleveland,', whose rendering of
"The Little Brown Church" was so heartily
encored at the concert,- . t r
Afterlhe report of the Judges had' been
heard appropriate presentation addresses
were delivered by Hon! Homer Everett, Dr.
T.. Stilwell. H. W. Winslow. Esq., and
Judge J. L. Greene,;; Gen. WV H. . Gibson,
making an eloqaeat response ia behalf of
the Tiffin Band.
, At the close of the Presentations Cer-
monies the Great Western Band played
Selection of music, the leader nsing the prize
V Tl O
The "Grand Hop" in the evening of the
second day Was. a decided hit ; all enjoyed it
in the jolliest fashion in spite of the large at
tendance., The Committees and especially
the Judges and, the Fremont Band, may eon
rralulate themselves on the entirely satis
factory manner in which the blans . of the
irjanaprs were carried out. - Those who took
a part in the Journament were, without ex,
eeption, pleased with the treatment they re
eeived at the hands of our citizens and no
thing occored to mar the harmony of the oc
easion. ;"; ' '; '
: In justice to the. Union Silver Band of
Toledo, we ought say, that they had not in
tended taking a part in the trial until their
arrival here and had not of course practiced
with reference to competing for the prizes:'
' The receipt and expenses of the Tourna
ment are as follows. . " . ; ...
Fair Grounds, .... .
. 290 50
....I...... $1195, 55
' Try .Tub Old Reliable Firm The
well known firm of S. Buckland fc Son still
do business at the old stand in the same
straightforward way which won their many
friends snd customer in Sandusky and ad
joining countries. , Our readers will find at
their store, a splendid stock of paints, they
make this branch of trade a specialty this
season" and' sell cheap the purest drugs
which they puf up withVthe greatest care ;
patent medicines ef approved kinds ; school
books at the lowest prices, and a fsir stock of
1 . J )i )ii ; . 1 1 j t f f
The Races. The races came off last week
accordnrg to programme, the weather being
pleasant and the track in splendid condition
during the entire three days. The attend
ance was large, both from abroad aad from
njl parts of the county, and the races were
and exciting. Oa the third day the
yuariKlg race, bdubb, neat a in a, pnwm
the blooded horses 'Frtmoni' and 'Star DmvU,'
came off. S. Davis being OBttaneed the second
. it r ;i ! e V-
heat. "Star Davia' ' has been a great favorite
here for several years and he found plenty
ot baekerss but the . result of the race places
htm considerably in tha back ground. . We
had hoped to give a full report of the Spring
meeting, bat onr crowded columns will only
admit the programme of the three day a races:
Fibst Dat's Raciho Jena 6, 1S67.
1. TrMting X aufa, , aataOara aafy-rarM
BOS. . .
0. H. Bell, s. g. Dsn Taylor, 121. ,
; Ira Smith, b, g. Bob, 313. ,
' John Ryder, g. g. Billy, 33 2. '
; Time-233, 2:32, 255.
2. mwa- X miU, I in i-rum 5W0.
T. H, Bush, a. h. Fremont, I 1.
i J. B. Luckey, b. ta. Scabby, S S dist.
, fa, Herbster, b. m. Lady Bird, 3 dist.
,.,(. TnUmrrt 20 iHrss tat.
' J. Forney, g. m. Lady Emma, time 322.
P. Barringer, b. g. Honest Tom, time 3:16.
; i. Ryder, g. g. Billy, time 3:19.
C. H. Bell, s. g. Dave Powell, time 3:42.
Ira Smith, b. g. Bob, time 3:39.
: Theo. Olapp. b. m. Lady, 3.30.
- " ' SaCOND DAT JOHB 7.
1, Jtaaaia X au'fa, 2 is 3, swaOara rnntf-PnTM f.
Ira Smith, g. m. Lady Fremont, II. ,
' Geo. Hurdick, a. m. Lady Fanny, 2 2.
! J. R. Bartlett, s. g- Mack, 3 3.
i Time 1:22, 136.
' 2. Running X milt Paraa asp,
Jno. Tan Marter, b. m. Capitola, 1. '"' '
: S. S.Loffland.blk. ta. Cherry BelL 3.
i L. Moore, g. m. Doll, dist.
THIRD DAY—JUNE 8.
I L tbauang 80 1 aa!s Parse f60.
T. England, b. g. Billy, 1.
. Ira Smith, g. m. Lady Fremont, 2.
Jno. Vaa Marter, b. g. , 3.
! S. S. Loffland, blk. m. Cherry Bell, 0.
, Time 26 seconds.
2. Running W milu, 3 m tPnrwt 1.200.
J. Pitman, s. h. Fremont, II.
! J. Bennett, b. g. Star Davis, 2, disU
Time 2:42, 2:4G.
js. Trttttnf, Cili--nS Pwic, i in SPnrM $100.
James Furney, g. m. Lady Emma, 1 1.
; J. S. Peck,b. m. Gipsey Queen, 2 2.
4. Tntting X aula, 2 in 3, awaara tnlfFnrM gZ5i
! 0. H. Bell, s. g. Dan. Taylor, 1.
( Alex. King, b. g. Buzzard, dist. -
j Promotions in the Public Schools
As a result of the examinations in the
Primary grades of schools, the following
pupils have been promoted to the Second
ary schools :
Hickory st. Primary, Miss, fannie lop
ping, Teacher ; Patrick Brown, Willie Cook
son, Jameson Hull, Edward Laby, Alonao
Kelbel. Timothy O Neai Everett Hall, Joseph
Kelbel, John Kreitz, Katie Cranio, Maggie
Mulrahiff, Johanna Me Mary, Honors Rior-
dan, Annie Wilmer. .
John st. Primary, Miss Etta Smith, Teach
Charlie, Lane, Robert Young, David
Rlirk. Johnnie Cochane, Theodore Lance
Anna Anderson, Cora Linsay, Louisa Shrs
der, Stella Sharp, and Emma Snyder.
i Howland st Primary, Miss. Zoa Fletcher.
Teacher; Albert Bauman, Jacob Bauman,
James Curren, Joseph England, Chat. Gie
bel, Isaac Lemon, Belle Smith, Orpheus Jo
seph, David Bowman, Susie Billeau. Iffie
BeB, Honors Cahill, Nellie Norris, Belle
Weaver, Bella Foulke, Kettie Shout, Annie
. ,Wood;st, Primary, Miss. Abbie Jackson,
Teacher: Tommie Brady, Charlie Bowlus
Hiram Doncyton, John Fisher, Henry Rents
Elmer Wolfinger, Martin Scanling, PaUy
Dorr, Harry Bolein, Georgie Tyler. Harvey
Boyles, Emma Fisher, EmmaGrable, Alice
Harlan, Lolie Hord, Minnie Kreba, Ida
Stimpson, Mary Stack. '
- The following pupils were either absent, or
failed in their examination. Those that are
starred having nearly reached the requisite
standard will be allowed another examina
tion at the beginning of the next school year;
: Sammie Bauman , Philena Dunning ,
Annie Bennett , Mary Connelly , Harry
Garvin , Reuben Bowlus. Frank Close (
Willie Camfield , Clarence Garvin John
Lesher, Eddie Sharp, Sammie Keeler",
Emmie Lindsay Mary Henson , Michael
Mulrain", Peter June, Thomas ODonnel'
Pataey Connelly, David Fowler, John Hos
mer, Joseph Ridley, Hattie Curtis, Sarah
Curtis, Ida Brady, Isabella Brady, Emma
Dons, Maggie Keef, Cora Rowley, Caro
line Stygar, Sarah Rhine, Mary Hughes,
s i oa, ' a
List of letters remaining uncalled for in the
Post office at Fremont on the 13th day of
Miss Emma Brown
Miss Eliza Bauman
Mrs W Bender 2
James P Cambell
O Catlin 2
Miss Eliza Dorr
Moses Fox ,
W S Forgerson
Miss Kate Carver
J J Joseph
J M Lindsay
Mrs A Myers
Miss S J Obrist
P M Patrick
0 S Thompson
Miss Baasie Say brook
E J Thompson ';
Geo Wilson '!
C Woolcott ' '-
H. W. BUCKLAND, P. M.
An Ordinance Regulating the Duties of the City Engineer.
- Sac. 1. Be it ordained bftM City Council
ofth City of Fremont, That the City Coun
cil, may at their first meeting in May, an
nually appoint some suitable and competent
person to the office of City Engineer and
Surveyor, who shall hold his office for one
year fend until his successor shall be appoint
ed and qualified, and before entering upon
the duties of his office, he shall take an oath
to faithfully and impartially discharge the
the duties of his office. -1
: Sec. 2. That it shall be the duty of said
Engineer, when called upon by the City
Council, or any committee thereof, to make
all surveys of the streets, alleys, side-walks,
ditches, drains, public highwsys and public
Improvements in said city, and to execute
plats, plans and statements of the same,
and to calculate and ascertain the proper
and necessary level of all streets, lanes, al
leys, side-walks, sellers, gutters, ditches sad
public highwsys within the limits of said
city, snd execute profiles, delineations snd
drafts of the same, which he shall record in
a book for that purpose, which said record
shall be kept in the office of the city clerk,
snd said City Engineer shall from time to
time discharge such other official daties as
the City Couneil, by ordinance or resolution,
msy direct. For all of which said Engineer
shall receive such compensation as the City
Council shall determine.
Sec. 3. Thst it shall be the duty of the
City Engineer, on application of any per
son within this city who is shout to grade,
curb, or pave any aide-walk in said city, to
ascertain and fix the grade thereof, and' to
require the same to be observed in con
structing said side-walk. The expense to
be paid by the person employing said En
gineer. Sec. 4. That it shall be the duty of said
Engineer, on application of any person about
to erect or build any house or other build
ing, which shall front oa any street ia this
city, to ascertain the street line of such lot
and fix the grade for the same, for which he
shall receive a reasonable compensation.
Sec. 2. Thia ordinance shall take effect
from and after ite passage. '
Passed 8th, 1867.
J. D. BOTEFUR,
President of City Council.
F. WILMER, City Clerk.
, Farmers and Grain Dealers. Atten
tion is called to the notice of the Warehouse
company, in regard to grain reciepts, which
appears in another column. Especial atten
tion is called to the grain receipts of 1863,
863,1864 and 1865. ' .
In Buying Medleine, extreme care ought
to be taken to get the best and purest article
the market affords. This can be done by
purchasing of druggists of practical experi
ence who have a superior knowledge of the
nature and use of medicine, and facilities that
will allow them to purchase from first hands,
We have one such establishment in Fremont,
and that is theDrug Store of Da. E. Dilloii
Killed. An old nrtaarHsj stranger wss
killed by the 94saMi ttVlttTarAtrain Fri
day last bewoniaTlMSte -raaal rOcBStn HtHe
stopped ' W Wgtr kt'Dayl Hoeiyi-aad; nb
monestiirted Wesod Wo'rrkck iit9 was'
over taken inx -infl .mux. aouuii- two .auuoa
west of here:,aa tha train, caritounW.tnrried,
about and-. t,l.leol;ttailya it,4
and so stood until the train snmck-thurc He
flta.;K. -.ntinA nnrm .ivflam fro io .nnVi .V
preria e'.'tt. Se vera - a -b Bildaa n sue in tat
couTs'loeBclron, bf-wliairfw HVAf
S 'J-0 ,.'li'JSl'iiaaI .on him i
vicinity except the op ero. which 4v rrJ :
late, and ia I most places does aoti Waaok'.'natt
t(Of .l-UMi lft o'
Try. the Exoelalot )r425j6l.;cans f
at $3.50. .toU by'DtLiJK. BiLtoa.f ,
warranted to b W h I tor1,' anoraf ai uraklo and
superior'to' any paiiil tnadernf tte'Ubited
r - . s.f-iAit.i ua4t Hiiil llm
States, .,, ....r.tif - '! (! .-nii-il rll l
An Immense Trado,- jfr,x;Barier
haa built op an imsaense trails, in the line at
ready made clothing and' merchant tailoring,
d urine- his short stay inlhecif&'and Wuqw
a splendid store well stocked vath toe nest or
roods. - He has Mcceotlerl by fair aad honor
able dealing with tyjrfto,' godd work and
low prices.' ppjff4fW.'. '.
sends out no work, that does not htnd keeps
the very 1 best' werksaea to srjiaafasHare his
custom work.' 98aeh. a eWrs aUWttsWlr
aa u w in af. .TJ airfj iti.lh
iai r- ' '.TM in
Aardf ..i.r ..
: ll ill R
)- ! -JACEoOH, 1W AUT ZV1004,
The Ohio Farmer's Iniarancs 'Company
haa, through their agent; Zseaary Ross, this
dsy paid their foiicy oi insurance en1 w
i I 1 k. ll ' AkfilW
BU1UO IUU DWBlllB Mr im, . I mmmwvmw,
( house $600, contents $800, J" burned on the
arternoonof April bisk' rrampsneea aaa
fair dealinc? are eomendable in arfcaseev'btrt
when overtaken by fire any Cempaara
sponding to our claims as promptly a has
the Ohio FarmeiV Insuranco- Oonrpa'tty in
this instanee, shows thafVeamnotooIyaafe
in their hands but that their business is maa
aged by efficient men, and I take great pleas
ure in reeeomendiDgthe above Company and
their agent to my friends and 'the farming
community.''" '- " ' 1J "'
- Hj5nb HorvMAit; '
Thia ia to certify that' at house was da-
troyed by fire oa the 18ii of April, ; caused
by a deleeave' nae.' sty ouuatag wsss' m
anred in the 0hioFarmeru'l'1rlranco Ooro-
rmy to tbeasDamutof $l,000, wbaBhaaUBt
have thia day received tirough the hands
of their agent, Zacaary Itoeei l ean.' saMy
reeommead this- Company ss the very best
snd cheapest that tanners can insure in wot
promptness and fair dealing this Company
stanus unsurpaoBcu. .--.
. .. T V K'.1 GEO H. OOLVIM.-
"The Ohio Fsrmeri'iniurance.'CfenipM
has been doiee business over nineteen year,
and has over 40,000 ; farmers at its patrons
within the $tate of Ohio. OnO'lhbusanirl
the County of Saqduskyaloneff , it.in.ures
only fitrm property asdunexpoaed dwellings
and barns, and these at lower rates man any
other responsible Company I ;'! It had in '860
$25,000 turplua cash ) 1861, $40,000 1862
$51,000 ; 1863, $69,000; I84j $89,000; 1865
$100,000 ; 1 186, $125,000.' ' There Jits 'not
Man a vear unco 111 .mniMv hwm
its losaea or expenses have exhausted its re
ceipts. rta" satisfactory idjusUsentt' of all
losses and honorable dealings nave made the
Company omnipotent in sections where loss
es have occurred. And ss to fairness ia set
tling losses we would refer you to Adam and
Geo. Karbler, or .RUey'TpV,.to',whpa'wre
paid $830. Jssaes Neely, oi Green Cieek,
paid $300. Jeremiah Gibbs, of RUey, paid
$826. John Grant, of BaUvilIe,'paid $550.
G. H. Colvin, Henry Hoffman.. and' James
Bee be. Farmers of Sanduaky County, give
us a call. '
A Ton and Half re.;BDcKUBi
k Son are bound to lead the trade in paints
in Fremont. ' A day or two tinea they re
ceived a ton and a half more of white lead of
their owa brand, their former, stock having
gone off like "hot cakes"' as soon as the
painters had learned its good qualities. They
can accommodate their customers now. with
a pure, u nad ultorated article, put op exprea.
ly for their trade and which they confident
ly recommend as the bast (hat can be found
-. -; . :.- ti I. I .'k I, .- .
in the market,, .... , . ,.,r,.
. Facts are' Stabbornr Things-Facts
are stubborn things,' and ' it hat lately come
V be generally acknowledgedT that Yolnk
ha.i is doing good work; in the line of Mer
chant Tailoring a$ very low raoa,!and is
selling splendid ready -made clothing' at the
lowest prices. He don't juake , any fuss
about it but sells cheap and gets a good trade.
23w2 ,!..! !f.: f . -.- , ...- -.1 u.
-f tas is 1 1 1 1 a$ I aOfH- a simall i"iia ,1
A Terrible RaHroad 'Accident In
Fremont. Yesterday morning; about: n Ine
o'clock the passenger train came in from the
East under full' speed,'' and just as ' the last
ear was passing' oyer the bridge, although
the bridge had previously shown no , signs
of its inability to bear its tremendnous bur
den, yet five gentleasen and tome ten of fif
teen ladies, whose names We ha ve not1 learn
ed, while paaning under the bridge at ,that
moment, were moat terribly and horribly run
over by a vast crowd of pecple'urgimi; their
way to Hams' robjgrapH room's in ( Buck-
land s New Block, to get their pnotoe, takeq
but no one seriously injured. itni''.o - ir.'X
tmmn j J:f it 1 .
Don t Fail to read the new ad vertiseniept
r t- 1.. n jl o '"'''' ' - "
VI AM. X. IV guff,
AT DUFREIMr GRABACH'Sy J-
You ' buy "fctfoTS, aud SHf E3. .ciicaper
! ,!i -. ;Ti.;;. 'ic-iti it -RilY 'j- .
: : .-. ,' i'i r- isli: .1 i'ts Vu ills '' rts
than any other place in'the'Stale.'j --
' - ;--i ,.
A ' New Stock of Shawls at' Bristol 4
Beautiful Instrnments.-Go to the Ma
sic and Jewelry Store of Oboss',' and see the
nice5-pctaveHelodeoDs tt JT.OO'.eacu. ', 5tf
, . ... i.ji . 11 . ; .,, .,!. ni; .. .
j Oo to 8. Buckland - A Son's Store, if
)ro want a good hnHe lrt! stationery'" They
keep a fine, assortmeut of paper of all. aises
snd grades, and sell it'in quantities to suit
their customers. They keep and sell at low
prices all the best perfumeries, pomades and
hair dressings. Their wall paper department,
as everybody .knows, i well stockod with
handsome patterns, selected with"greal' care
and boughfat low prices, , They wjll hoffail
to suit their customer in that or any other
Uae of their trade: -f c H-'l :'" !
SnUrpriss) in, EdncatioivnNo system
of educatioa-is better adapted to: rouse,
strengthen fend give force to the "mind than
the dicipline of a first class Business Col
lege. "Such., an institute ia located at Aan
Arbor, Michigan. It is worthy of note that
while inferior Commercial Colleges are ter
minating an ,epbermeral '.existence, this
Institute haa kept on steadily advancing AiU
to-day it ia more prosperous than ever be
fore. . For circular , aad specimens of Pen
manship, address'", hi i-.if us f';i .f:
. v APARSONSi'kjM:;
; ' . " ;;' ..'!..'.' .'VAnn ArbpT,Micu.'.'
' ' 1
. - .. : :..-,"n..-l'l.
Splendid Pianos. E. L. Cbdsb has just
received some new Pianos that surpass in
finish, compass snd tone any that have ever
been broughtto this market ..." Two of tbeni
are of Hallet t Davis' beat made, and one
iaa small- fined -toned Piano of - EaaersoAs-
Maaufacture. The.last.ia moderate is prior J
and Is a" lieaufifui'rkor'Hnatrument . Oalll
and ttt tbem,
"reduce rate oT tuition within the reach of
Umn.ni S nrwa viii laaai Mian w
ekery young asaa and HayJ 'fine proprietor
now making improvement ia the coarse
afrtaj! si eiers fciifion e grrailfrmtd
fiafes fo dvlt, and will soon arraage a course
t ladies, FRE3 Ol, TUlTiyNl Semem
that the eniy Ssraetical TVLoaAm Ix-
nirsn west of Sow Tork, is at Oberlin, O,
where a line 36 miie hg is worked by
students. For particulars, apply, at .the
office or by letter. ;;;, tr.-
I Sons or 1B:GoTnroBwunla seem to think
ial rha -lrlBrrrraaf their cause depended.
Sa h of Jerico, upon the amount of
ois4 mtde in these days ef ran ns meat ana
biauryr Ba article of nasi tatriesio merit it
toon appreciated ; hence the aneouaded aad
tnparalleled success of PldaJ 1 AllUfl
BITTERS .i l rr . r .... - . r , ,
I This' remedy hat ever and always" been
found reliable. -'A ventte sMmolant and ton-
ic amiitiaaer' it camoot W axcellod. It ia ao
doubt a aoverien remedy for stomachic disor.
ders-for Dyspepsia. Liver Complaint, and
in stimnlatiog a healthy appetite. :
Masiolia Wateb. A delightful toilet ar
ticle superior to Colocne and at half the
price: i3 wS.
StKoJSfso. Weetchtster County, N. Y.
Da. E.-li atArrbai a.' I am raoe happy
to inform you of the benefit I hare received
from yonr treatment and Analytical Reme
dita. I WheB lealledapos) yen in October,
load, neiiner aij irnjnua aarsmi an
hone of my recovery. I had employed sev
I ... , ! e 1 lr V.A
eral physicians, and taken a great deal of
medicine, but without any benefit. At that
time I was obliged to be brdstered wp in bed;
was snecuwi wiuu arreu uuibuut w www
tno-.taintina?. severe nain in my left side over
the region of the heart . and dropsy of the
tttattCompitcaiea wits general auopsy, ana
wssin very STeat distress froes head to
foot. Besides sll this one of my hands wss
eontiacte&aad withered, and had been so for
ronr years, and 1 naa grew nuuanng 01 wn
heart and, anaabnass an the extKemities. TJp-
..... . M . .1
pn consulting with you yon ' gave me little
eracauneenaBBt, bat. said yon would do the
best you eould for
ow, Doctor, I am
happy to inform you,
rood health, my bfoati
I ass enioyinr very
loatinz haa all left me, and
my hand is completely restored I eaa ass it
aa well as the other. I feel I cannot say too
much in favor of your remedies ; had it not
bean for them I believe I should long since,
been in my crave. I do really advise the
sick to use your remedies without delay,
Doctor, may you live long to heal the stcx
'. HTub miv"ertifv that the above statement
my wife has made, ia strictly true, snd I can
reeommead iloctor Jb. . nauocxs to we con.
fidence of the people. William, Koblwok,
. ,Feh,r20th. .23r-w2. ,
I H r t f t I HI- ' :
-T.if itself is almost a burden to some
Tidies, on account of excessive pain Head
ache. Toothache, aeoe in the face and jaws.
Neuralgia, Lameness, and ether pains aad
aches are curea gurcsiy ana nmauiir u
using freery Renno's Pain-Killing Magic Oi
Sold by E. Dillon at Son.
The first dose convinces that Coe's Dys-
pepsia Cure is j ust the thing for any disorder
o( the Stomach. It is not necessary to try
half a dosen bottles ; the first dose will stop
distress after eating in ten minutes...; , -
May 8th, at the residence of the bride, in
Springfield, by Rev. D, C. Osborne, E. J.
MatTocxs M. D.. of Cleveland, and Mrs.
On the 7th inat, ia- York Township, San
dusky UO, UblO ABCH1SALD TBOMA8, q.
aee 62 years, 10 months and 21 days.
, The burial took olaee on Sunday morn in
amid a large eoocourse of people, in the Re
formed. Cemetery at Bellevue. Suitable Ber
vicewerB held in the St. , Pauls church by
Rev. SZ H. Keller, both in JSaguth and Ger
man.! . , - ; '
Fremont Market. FREMONT, O., THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1867.
Corrected by D. Garvin & Co.
Wkeat-No. I, (3 2f ; No. S, f 1 M ; He. t, H at
Flonr $13 U)fU M 0 fit w tel.
(aoTv-aWe. WfcaabaL , ; -
Oats ale. W kashal. r (
Bnckwheatt (graia) BTe. T bvshal.
Flax 8eeat-tS 00 W bashel.
Ttante'thy tfW-ta 002 M W kasbal.
Clover feeol-7 00T 7 T baakal.
Baaja-tT 0t7 T W ewt
Corrected by P. Close.
Larat-lOs-W lb ay tha kag ; UXn. Wtb at rataU.
Hnaoked Mea toHams, Ucta. W lb ; Shoal-
roaltrr-Trkwi t tt, 1 i09s ft aaiaos
Cklckuna, aateea, tire ; JraaaaJ.tdllta. W lb
gEgajav-lav's. W daaaa
Czteeee laatle. W lb.
.Teutons W baahaL ,
: Dried Apple ok'. W lb.
Boeswnx 30a. W lb.
: BaU-rioa,y ck,M; r bol., JS0 ; Coaxaa,
: Coffee-Kio,M2Te.Wtt; Java, aO4Se. W lb
- Ten tow lb.
Sugar CommoB, by the barral, W lb. It, US
014a; White, 16$lte. W lb,
Bice UKo. Wlb.
Mackerel-" 00 e10 08 Wbbl.: U)T
: Frenaoat Llsne aoe w buah.
Fremont Lumber Market.
CORBBCTXO BT C BMIBTOK.
Pip Staves ...
Oae Inch aad a half,
, Oae Inch aad a quarter
Oaa Inch And
: Oaalaeh KodOak,
$49 W at
- - 3d '
, - U
: Black Walaat,
SO 00 do
14 00 de
SS to de
! :0ak. '..'
- t&s? tow n
MOFFAT'S LIFE PlLS
j 1SD PMCEMX BITIXBSa
i The Most SnccessfiUMcdlcicti
in the World.
j Established ia 1835 by one d
onr most Eminent Physlciaris,
and now used throughout North
and South America, iritis more
pleasing results than any other
Medicine in cases of diseased
layer, Blood or Skin, Indiges
tion, CostiTeness, Bilious Com'
plaints, Rheumatism and Feier
and Ague. ; . j ( i , '
j Thousands of certificates are
in our possession, giring detail
ed accounts of perfect CCBES
effected by these inyaluable
Medicines. They regulate the
System and put all the func
tions of the body in a healthy
! BcMbraflDrngglsis. WtetBoTavAFRpaJ.
essrs, Baeeessors to Dr. John afo6MaB49l,ir.a
HoflM, K liberty Btreet, Sew Torn,
RIslLEY'S BUCHTJ Is tha cuss for pala sad
wcakaaaa In tha back aad tolas; aad all shoos
aomplatnUaMalttngfrom daraaureaieBt of tha kid
a.ya and arlnarj orgaaa. Bold la larto bottles by
tha drarrjsts. HABBAL, RI8LBT, A Ca,
i I tioloralc Oruggiatai 11 Chamber St., X. T.
i IT WOSKs IJKEA CllAaat Harajoa
iaadseha i ' Uaa Baaaa's Magic Oil I .. Hat. pea
toothache? Uaa Baaaa's Mafic Oil 1 Hato poa
aonralrw. r Uaa Baaaa's Magic Oil I Save pan
BhtaamtisH Uae Baaao'a Magic Oil I Havopoa
Bore Throat ? Uaa Baaaa's Magic Oil I Hats psa
Sciatica 1 Uaa Banna's Magie 00 1 Hat, pea a
braisefUseRanna's Magie Oil ! Have pea cramps
UssBenasfs Magic Oil !--Hta pea obolaia am.
boat Use Baana'a Msgie Oil! Bare von htaw-
aawl Uaa Banna's Magie Oil! Tkia is tha Bast
Familp Ramedp, to cur. sll kinds of pain, pea rar
tried.' .It ia class, safe aad daliatoms to ass, aad if
poa ass it faithfully, It will do you good I Direc
tions on each bottle. Bap U of the Draggles at
Merchant where poa trade, . If thep have sot got it
oa hsad thep will aead for it, at pew reqaast, aad
sail yoa the.QenalBe Baaaa's Pala KUliagMagia
Oil, at thaaaaafacturor's lowMt price at retail,
i WM- KXMMK, Bala Proprietor aad MaaoJactarar,
Pittadeld, Mass. Sold wholaaal, and ra sail ky DV..
I.DUloa4BtB,Fraaioa. rvjlaxt sbw ajmi
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- t i . . .a y.i . .
BSAaatoTeol OomatiraUone tetawssi
Hauiaou'a Bxtbacv Boose.
thOTa baoa a asaaaa as fraitfal as this as sssiar
Hot eal, oa sat tsslrwa aad t tha
vaUarsaf the wts at watrssp io all thOebl1
haaats of raver aad Bgaa aad BUkms Boauiaal
svar.hava thaaa arostrattag diaassas baoa aaaaa-
aUv Tiralant: bat thay hare aataadsd to towas aad
aiUas aarar aetrra jnloatad aith usras, aaa have 1
QToa aaoiadod tha stoantalaa sad Stfcakod fcoao
aadj of paepla sapaosod to havaboaa plaaadbj the
lawa of aatara abova tbr. naeh: Jaaasoweaa
sarrpalted to adsait that S foarralaJaaytat horaaoas
the Daivarsal Air this aBASOB,aard aaawltat eat
sasart to tha oslv aparovad nravaativa of Its oon-
ssqaaaoaa, HOBTXTTKK S ROMACH B1TTEM, a
aoalaaaotoBA,aa aaU sspaa so paafcat, aaaltara-
Bvase lnasiato1e,tada ssrajalasrt ss pare that It
eaabhw tha haassa srtsss Ba rasiat sad hastoaUthe
prodlanoaing aaasas ef diaaaaa. With the eu at deans
that aaa olotaod la ra essabaaHbla saisasahi aslght
ag buuUgbaildiats, the ssaawhe arsss
stvs saedieiBs atsr walk s Brrer
lass of Italnaalnariooa staaaaiihara. Taalnaar-
naittaatj aad Mittoaai a fiaasat a faasral Is all
porta of tha eoaatry ma; ao ant tha foisiaaaarsof
daadUar sasaigs bow aa las way waatnard front
thaaa BaaV rrapaiw-thatyatssa with Boototaafs
Blttsra far a aamssfal kattl. with tha anaphrOo
nssnss ef sU aotdaaiaa. Ba wise la thee. BoMev
arrwhara-CBaw York World, Not. 8, 1BU.
TO OOMBUIKPTIVES-The sdvartisar, hsv
iag baoa raatond to bsatth la a law wsaas by a vary
almpto iwaaedy, sftor having aaffarad for sow
yaara with a arrora lamg atactioa, aad that dtwed
diaaaaa Ooasaaaptisa is anions to anske knowa to
his tallow aaaorara tha aaasas ef eara. To all who
ra il. ha wiMsaada aapy of tha pissa'pHst
aead (fraa af eharta,) with the dlrootiosni for pro-
saitag aad aalaa tha asana, which Ihay will tad a
straa cobs res Soxsearrioir, Astbba, Bnoacams,
Oooaas,CLa,aadail ThioaA aad Laag aahitli
Tha aaiv ohjost of thaaTartlaar aa aanruag tha ro-
sariptioa ia to.beaaOt the aatlatad, aad aprsad lnfar
saattaa whiahhacoaoairaa to be brrajaabaa, aad he
as arorj saffaror will try his rasas dy, as It wffl
coat thaaa aothlaf, aad aaayprora a kloaaiag. P.
baa wishing tha praacription, nmn, kj ratarn mail.
will planaa addraaa BIT. BOW ABO A. TILSOH,
Tlaasty-ar WUllaaaabarg, Kttgs Ca, H.T
Vh eiorr of Hast is aHresjctk
aaa nsi.aaoms bxtbaot awoau.
A Oongh, A Cold, or
A Sor Throat,
HjQtrrBBS UnDIATB ATTaBTIOW.
Aim rams an canaan
sir ALLowas to oosTivun,
Irritation of te Latnca, A
Pemsasieat Thiaoat la
enae, or CoaaaxanpUem
IS omB TBS Bsstrir;
BAvno A Biaarjr imrBOi to tbs taats,
, . . errs nutsjuAis sauxr.
FOr roachtrls. Aura aaa, snASnrvw, sjow
BSiaapUve OB iaran tnmvmmvm.
TBOOBU ABB CSB W.TB AX.WATS OOCW
SINGERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS
will a.d Trrcka aaafal ia tlaariag the vcdce whoa
tahaa before Sintg or 8)aaklng and rallaring tha
throat aft or aa aaasaal axaruoa of Uo voeal orgaaa
The TresAee are raeoBMsaadad aad prescribed bp
PhTSidAoa. and haTa taatlBMiniAla froai aailssataasa
threaarhont tha eoaatry. Boiaa aa arMcle ef tree
Bnarlt-aad hartos avaeadthalraBlsaop bp a tost af
uy roars, each roar Inda thorn In bow lacallltiee
tat si leas parts of tba world, aad tha TrecAs are
aniraraallr proaoaaaadhaHar than otnar arucies.
Obtaia anly Baewa's Baewoaiat Tooaas,An
beofcrad. Sold btbbtwbbbb. Mmoaar
BtaiaihBaal natal Too Ul to I Tlaer are re
gain . by BauisoLD'a cxtbact bccbo.
Sr. SciieBck'B SZandrak 3nus.
A SubBtitnte for Calomeu
Thaaa PUla are soaipoaad af vsrtoas roots, baring
the power to raithaoitiow af tha Irrwaajnpa
lpaad affactaallp aablas pUl or Bammry, aad.withoat
prodaaiaf sapof thMBaiAacnaaAto a aaBgaroas an.
fact whack arhalsflow tba aaa ef the latter.
la ail biUoaa dlaorcora these Pllhi naay b. aaed with
eandanas, as thoy Broassto the diacharga of vitiated
bite, sad isawrs those obatrartl aaa traaa the ttraraad
Hilary dacts, which are the ooeae of htUioas
8cbb!icbs atABDaAXB Pills ears Blck Headache,
aad all disorders of the Lavar, indicated bp Billow
aala, aoatad toagaa, aostivaaaas, drowalaaaa,aad
goaaralBMliag ef weartoaas aad hMaitada, showing
that the hrer la in a tarpid or eoetrncted eondltioa.
la abort, thaaa nils amy h. aaed with sxtvaatagsla
aUcasaawhoaa pargatlve er altaratlTa Medicine Is
PUaaa obasrTa,whea parohaslng, that the twa Hka-
Mesaef tbaDoetar, on. when la the bat stags of
Coavamptioe, sod tha other aa ha saw la, la perfect
health araoB th. GoTarnaaant ataatp.
Sold bp all Draggists aad Dealers. Price U cents
par box, PrtnelpAl OfSca, Mo. It North tth I treat,
Osairsl Wkoliaala Agsatr. Desass Btraas k Ce K,
T. 8. 8. Haoos, Baltlawra, Md.; Jeha D. Parka, Cia.
dnnatl, Ohio; Walkar A Taylor, (Hiicaco, m.; Oollina
Brean8t.Loais,Mo. dlyl 1st w avy sac
Fre ta Everpboalr.
A larva t pp. circalar, firing iBforaaaUoa of the
araaiaet ubboi nance to uwyovvg vi eoui eexra.
It taachaa bpw tha hoaaely saay bocoaaa baaatiral,
tha apisod reapeetod, aad the foraakea loved.
A. poaag laoy or goniiamaB aooaia rau na Boaa
laair Aaaraaaaaaa, imtin. owprposwaia, oyro
naail. Addraaa F. O. Drawer, 91,
kUrskl.ISSTta) Troy, M
KKllOllS OF YOUTH. -A Gentlemaa whe
Buffered far years from Mar voas Debility, Pieaialaie
Docap, aad aU the effects of yoathfal indlacratioB,
will, for tha sake of Buffering humanity, saad fraa to
all whe aaed it, tha receipt aad direct toes for sank'
ing thia simple remedy bp which ha was eared. Sa
ferers wishing to profit bp the adTartiaar's expert
eaee, eaa de ao bp addraaa ing, la perfect ceaAdaaea
vlSaatyur Cedar stmt, N T
Fluid Extract Buchu
" la a eertAta care for diaaaaa a of tha
Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy,
Organic Weakness, female Com
plaints, General Debility,
aad all diseases of the
MALE OR FEMALE,
from whatever caaaa originating aad ao saatter ef
HOW LONG STANDING.
Dlaiaaae of thaMorgaas raqaira the aaa of a din.
ratio. If bo treatment is sahmttted to, ooaaamptioa
or iaaaaltT mar aaaae. Oar flash aad Mood are bbb.
ported from thoao source, and the Health aad Hap-
ptaaas, aaa uuu Of bosiotkt, aopoBaa apoa
nwat no. of n reliable reaasdr.
H blk bold Bxtbaot Buohd, sstablished apwards
OTIS years, preparoa ay
H. T. HETjMBOIjD, Druggist,
Wl Braadwav. Now Tors, aad
10s South Mtk Straat, Phiiadelphia, Pa.
HALL'S TBXSKTABJ.E8ICIa.IAH BA1K
at KM (WEB has proved itself to ba the ssoat par
fast preparation for the heir aver offered to the pub
lic It ia a referable compound, aad contains an
injurious proportioa whsarrar. IT WILL BBSTOBI
8BAT BAIR TO ITS OBI0IMAL COLOR. It will
keen tha hair from falllag eat. It claaaaaa tba
scalp aad stakes tka hair soft, silken aad luetroas.
It la a spVandid hair draesiag. Ne persoa, old or
poaag, should fail to aaa it. IT IS BBCOMMBND-
BD AND USKD BT THB PUUT MEDICAL AUTHO
RITY. t7Aak for Hall's Vegetable Bidliaa Hair
Baaower, and take ae ether.
B. P. HALL A CO- JVaaAaa. If. H . PTOBrietora
For aala bp all draggists. SOarf
Poland's Magie Bilious Powders
mHI8 PRBPABATIOH is the diaeorery
of Ber. J. W. Poland, formerly Pas
tor of tha Babtiat Church ia 6 off, town,
N. B, and a maa dearly belored by that
He was oklisod to mto the nalnit aad
ttadr BMdiciaa to aarahUewa life, aad his Masio
PawBana araoaeof the aaoat wondarfaldiseOTar
moderatlaaec. It ia (as rrtnt 1m nnt MiUn
Bemad which aomaletelT thrown ia the ahade all
athar dieeoreries ia medicine; and it atbrda him
maeh gratification' that thay reeeiTO the aaaaimoas
approbation of all who have teetad thorn. Tha Magie
Bilious rowdara are a poaiUTa care ror laTer uoes
alniat ia Ita most aa-raiated foras. aad aa iatsasdi-
ate correotarof all Bilisws daraagoaaaata, aacolleat
for Headaeha, Coasbpauoa, rimpiea, Hioteaos, a Bal
towaxin, DiOBBiDBOi.DiainosA, HeartbarB, Palpita-
Uoo, sad a Baas weadenal vara aaa rrovoanTo of
Pmr A Arna. (Weadrtaeall who are oronMo with
thia faarfal ami aday to always keep the Pawilets aa
haad ready for laaaaodiata aaa.) Hare are a few im
portant particular.: let. They are the Groat Specific
for ail Biluoas A Boo- none. ao. in.r are ta. ear,
known rasaedv that wiU earoUTerrGoamlaiat.
They are tha oaly haowa uaiily that wiU ear. Ooa
stipatioa. 4th. The Powdera are ao thoroagk ia their
aparatioa that oa. uackj. will a. all that the major
ity aftaoee aatag warn wui raqaira v aaees a care,
tth. Thar are a mild aad pleasant vet tha aaoat aBeet-
anl eathartla known, tth: They are tha cheapest
to any partof the globe for the price, eO ceata.
Oiranjars, eon tainfaig certificate, infbnraUpu,A
seat to any part of the world free of shsrg.
SOLD BT ALL DSOeQlSTS, or bp mall oa applies
tiea to C.li, CLAstK aV Otv, twemerm A
ajeata, New Haven, Conn.
PtUt M Ctntl rr Bl. KvlaM.p
THB AMERICAN COMITIHIlCIAIi AH.
ITHMBTIO A new Work of SOI pages, for Bos
iaasa Colleges, Schools, Academies, Ac ; compiled
with a view to the practical illaatratloa of baaiaess
ralaa. OlTiag practical baaiaoaf examples of akiad
not ia Arithmetics bow la aaa, iaTorring Q old and
NatlaaalCarraBcp. The laws for eolloetlonef debto,
oBmages oa protasted billa, aad legal rat 04 fastat
est for every State, gtran. A lac rules sad tables far
Oeatal wyatn. Bvorp Tea char, library aadbaat
ua mat Vajhlraa "oaa. rTd ba had of sookssUsts ;
fTaot, addreea, eacleslag Jl.Tt,
fflaa lTOo-lBOTS k WBJQHT,CtevJsad1Q
No. 4 State Street
Tha. he k etting ' tie bt Md in
because he toils fJUEdU'- JTja vASH, 'nd bcu he enta in . 1
'. ' the most tVaUtioanbaB 'jkmmd koep tb best swaorted '
Goods that eta be .boazht.
TTrri r tar He hAi
OT He 'tkig
w ay UTyamtp
Ha calls Mtial AtteotioB to' his' stock of '
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' ? s-i.J UtJ t5
Gent' FraTiiislaiBS Ooodf Haw 3PV Q
apprevsxi riAapea, lblors, fis&mief aad liaterial Also a Largs sopplj
of TroAks, YaliseaV and-Caurpet. BxUinBUKk of K
f, . - i ... i t i hi 7. -r- .....
: It large and well selocted, and
Every Garment is neat and paade in
. nnd taa him be tore job
May lo, lefl?:-. (" f f
I i.u't tns -'th1f,.,r we 1
' ' 7 w
hi? ob iii f
(Oae Deer tk
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WOULD ANNOUNCE Ta TH3I2
THEY HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM NEW YORX WITa"
- rvA 6PlDIJ)8SORTM5irr OY !
-W-aw i .h..,,fiI'. -th! ,ivtA i.
V Hi dp TIHHIIPE: ca- S
KZFS AND BOY'S WE AK J5 EVERY STYLE k QUALTXY.
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Piece Goods, Cloths, CaimerSj flats & Caps,
Gents Fnmishig Gkods, Trrinks and Valises.
MERCHANT ; TAILOBING !
Done to order, and a manner nnsuiaeaed ebewkm.
Fbbhokt, ldAyl8, 188S-20yl.
WM. A. BICE'S ST0BE1
'11 j- ! ' . . 1 ! ! f 1 ." V, ! i . -
aabb av ar VJ VViAJj 1
fine furs, , rh:,:-
SPLENDID CLOaVKS, A
I "' -isDPEj shawls:
: , .: ),) t HAOIQ Gid A OOP A 30
o n 'j
Wffl. A. R,ICE,Sr;;S',T,0A'E!
FOB TOUR SHEETINGS,
:i! v FLANNELS r-w, .-. T.
i ""'BALMORALS," v ' -
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Goto WiaeAecc's Sloxe, lor your
..... , i Jk A l 1 li ''.tif.j'. i'.Kiiili Oh. kV
Aad everything ebe at
,V'.?i 1 C.iH
GROCERIES ! The freshest
mjijoat, Dec 14, itWti. 4yl. -
P R O P O S Jfr it-
Amendrnentlo the Consfifailionr
THK STATK OF OHIO,
Ames Mm Sbcbbwabv ew Statb. i
T WILMAM HEKBT MTTH, SBCBaT-
X , TART of the Stat, a vkto, a. aareoy oanup
tha t tba foUowtac is a trmo ey afayetet iBaola
ttoa, paaaed by tha Oeaeral Aaaasably ad th. Stat,
af Ohio, on th. Sth day of April, A. O-lttT, take
mm taa engtaal roist 00 aie m nam canon.
Ia meUmaay wheraef, I haw. koaeaato aaaaarib-
ed my name end aataoa sa. ejtaas bon
ha a maa af uiuo, ax ciamaai, bv.
oared AprtLA. B.MdT.' it
WlLXAA HrKBT SJCTH.
Secretary af state.
A BBBOLCTie- ,1.(1
KeUUv. ta aa AaaeaJtaat ef ah Goaocl
nttoa prerrtdlnf few ahmeatesnBiaaa ef the
. BcestT FPwaehlsm. -
MnmM ay tea Oentrnl Aawmlrp a tkt tut af
Oaaa, three-artha of the members oaeetes to each
Hoaaa arraeiag thereto, That it ba aad m harobp
pail Mil to tha aleetera af thai Smsa to.aeto.s tha
aaxt aaamsl Oateaer elaotioav apoa the approral or
reloatioa of the following aaaialiaial aa a aakati
tataforthotratsniinaof tha tfth artlcla af the
Coaatitatioa ef thia cttato, to-wtt Bwsry oaaJa oilw
sea af th. Uattad Statea, of the ago af twoaty-on4
yeara,whaahaUkATeaeeaa roatdeat of the Btato
oae year aoitaraeaadlag the alacUoa, aad of he
uocjatp, towashiB, er ward la which u naadja, sicB
tim. as amy be pravijbd by law, ascapl aaah fmsea.
as hBTObonSArma ianappavt cd hep tnoarraotion
orreholllaa aauaaat tha aotmaniaat of the Oataad
Statea, er have Sad tmua thotr pieoaa ef aaanaaaaoto
avoid beiag drarted iatotoa miUtarp anmea thars
of, oj hare tweartod the nrllitery or Bara! anrriea af
mid guiaaamaat fas time of war, aad kaw mataaA,
aoqaoatly bona kamorabty dterftwasd ksBS.Ui.aanm,
hall Bar. the omuiAcatktuA a aa aiausr. aad ha
entitled ta row at all 1ioba. SO. APABBOTTj
m 1 a -"-
aUa l.li llatm ' . W-.
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B B a v TT-srr-ri' T
m ' i i - I an-a iBL
mWmt m aMatteasWsffTeftBlmatoJ BmBalB
. tl - S J
-rt tnu jt,
'Town t DoVt jo kaww f -ftaplj
m the Eastern markeia.
the Catter la Sttsikaitkr
j , ,-...:,-, Mi t0 it -V.it -
I -".tin .,-.--) . '':-
will b tckVl at mr.low rateav V - .
tha Lest stjle and fuTJp warranted. Call
yorr Bprojittrts elsewhere. W..
' T.' L DARKlmh.
TifO H i:0.
i - - V--.'.,
ef If mtlOstel Batit, . -.-
i wot '' ns rt .- ----..'
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NITMXBOUS CUSTOMERS THAT
DRYFOOS & BROTHER.
YOUS i ' f:'
,stil.l 'I'T .
iwking low prica-u
-Mi )- JaaJ .at yltm'. W
and cheat b Sar--
.iiail Pi -"OX
JU sai lam a sar Bsadwaky Cawaty will hold aaeatoaa
far aiamlailloa ofnaaiWilataasm am am 1 111 1
"Jafi h Smraal ha Udiag, ta Praaaoa oa the W-
' ' w aan ana iaa ain; Bay Uta
X, aoa tubs, saMt July ath
wiU ke alvwed to ontar the emaa aAer 11 a.
is I Hall I. sawBtrad by taa a. pap tftyaoataaaa
1 m litlia af axaaaiamtmm, ami tohmTOaatanaaod-eB-TSaaem
wrth tha etorh of the boanh BtaUooary wall
ka tBaaaaboa hp th. beard. tedSdatee - " j T7'
UUIM law teQeAraa, that thermuM
aminaAtoa lath, thaarraad
Th. law luwetdaa tar mat rradae STWttteaig,.
raioa, aajhteea aad twoatywar asaatha; the mir
a. aad miaaaamay be aead bp th. aoard to, , ,.t,
graaae ef qwartaeatloa. A
isaemTorp fcashilui vnnkit-kwlBlno-
nBaayoat rnmthmi alm.Saia ciiimi -
r-0 frVXW, -J , -. a U ; a rkd-U.
iiio For Si9 CheAtf
Oao ShiaarieaUahtoW A - U Vvi.''.
On. Oat-od Saw,
it 1 a -.-mam Baoa -.Ja i. 1 r.
iq ? .'-Ano aa..i i ATimDolto,-"" da.'-
:ert Two Pn.ya.-
Asa,a mm tkessaad ehlaglaa. CBMoraddnaa
ktre. . A- WOOD WOBTB.
ITtL ; PnmaaSQhro,
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