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J H. GREENE.
n?iTiir - -t, ohio.
.AUGUST 50, 1881,
Union State Ticket.
n RCTHKKrOBD B. BATES.
- JtrDV Smm Cocbt JOHN WXLOB.
irrrro o 9tat JAMR8 H. OODK AJt.
TAIAStraxa or STiVB 8IDNKT 8. WABNKR.
iTTomr wbbbbai WILLI AM H. VIST.
Oosmoura e TiiAtirxT If OSXt K. BBAILIT.
BoaM or fFlLie Woast-PBILir HI Ml 8.
V Cnnmci lOiru. AxmuMn YE I
.- ' ' taa airtaroa,
HOMER , EVERETT.
UNION COUNTY TICKET.
For Member of the Assembly.
SANFORD G. BAKER.
- for County Auditor.
- CSOAB BALL,
i . . Tor County TVeeuxrw.
J. W. WATTERSOX,
' : ?br Sheriff. '- '
ftr County Rteordtr. '
tor County OommUtiontr.
B. E. WALTERS.
ftr Proetoutinf Attorney.
- JOHN It. LEMMOJT.
- "or Infirmary DWutor.
' ' JACOB LESHES. ...
For County Surveyor.
' CTRTJ8 THOMPSON. "
Union Mass Sleeting,
SEPT. 10, 1867.
The first Republican Mass Meeting of
the campaign in this County will be
held in Fremont, on Tcxsdat, Sept.
1 Oth week after next. The time here
tofore announced for this meeting was
the 7th of September; but the State
Central Committee have changed it to
the 10th, the anniversary of Psrrt's
Victort on the Lakes The speakers
will be our gallant standard bearer on
the State Ticket, Ocn. R, B. Hatrs;
' the tried and true Gov. Dbkhibok, the
eloquent orator, Gen. M. B. Walker,
the popular German speaker Hon. F.
Kabsaurkk, and Gen. Bccklakd. Sen
ator Wade, of Ohio (Vice President of
the United Slates) and Gen. Joux A,
Logan, of I1L, have been invited, and
it is probable that one or the other if
not both will alw be Lore either on the
day or evening. The meeting will be
held on the old Fair Ground, under the
hade of the sycamore trees, where a
stand and seats will be erected. Coun
try delegations will have ample hitch
ing room for their teams, and the river
immediately at hand affords water for
stock. The Republicans of the Coun
ty, by proper effort, can make this a
magnificent meeting, and we belie v
they will. The note of preparation has
already been sounded in every town
hip, and if the-work goes on efficient
ly we shall see delegations rolling into
town on the 10th that will completely
dwarf the late mags meeting of the
copperheads. A new Flag, of the
largest size the old Stars and Stripes
has been ordered, and will be present
ed to the Township which turns out the
largest delegation in proportion to its
whole number of Union voters. Re
publicans of Sandusky county! let us
have a monster gathering of our forces
on the Tenth of September. Organize
your delegations. Trim your wagons
with evergreen, and fliug to the breeze
the folds of the old banner. Come
withilags flying and drums beating,
and prove to our opponents that patri
otism and love of liberty and justice
flourishes like a green bay tree in old
Our Candidate for State Senator.
The Republican Senatorial Conven
tion which met at Monroeville, Thurs
day of last week, nonunated Homer
Evzrxtt, Esq., of this city, as the can
didate for State Senator from the Dis
trict composed of the counties of Erie,
Huron, Ottawa and Sandusky. The
vote 6tood 66 for Everett; 47 for
Saddler. This result is gratifying to
our local pride, and will add vigor and
strength to the Union cause in this
County, which is of far more import
ance. We can assure the Union men
of the District that thy will have do
reason to regret the nomination. Mr,
Everett will give general satisfaction.
He is a working Republican of the rad
ical sort, a man of ability and a gentle
man in every sense of the word. . Here
in Sandusky county we shall give him
the best turn we have in the shop.
The Convention was largely attended
and harmonious in its proceedings.
Judge Saddler, the present faithful and
efficient Senator, was handsomely com
plimented, and we are assured will do
stout work for the nominee in Erie
County. Friend Wickham, of the
Norwalk Reflector, and the Huron del
egation evinced a spirit of magnaminity
worthy of all praise.
The Senatorial District is reliably
Republican, and Mr. Everett's election
it therefore beyond a doubt. In 1866
the result of the election in the District
was as follows : Erie county, 1,219 Re
publican majority ; Huron, 1,949 Re
publican majority; Ottawa, 46 Demo
cratic majority; Sandusky, 159 Demo
cratic majority ; leaving a Republican
majority in the District of 2,963. ,
Mark the prediction, that in less than
a year after the right of suffrage has
been extended to the negroes in this
' State, the leaders of the so-called Dem
; ocratic parly will fawn around them and
court them for their votes. All the
twaddle about long heels and kinky
hair will be dropped, and the negro
will be addressed by the Democratic
politician as "my respected fellow-citi-
The Burley-Burley at Washington.
There is "boil and bubble" and "dou
ble trouble" at Washington just bow.
His Accidency the President is having
a htUa "onpleasantner ' with fais Cab
inet ministers. Stastos ii ousted and
Ghaut is tn htk place growling like a
bull-dog at Johhsob's usurpations. Siir
ard, Wklub, : McCcixocn, and, -Raw,
ball hare sent in their resignations.
Judge Holt is to be decapitated, Gen.
Sicilkb haa been removed from the
command of the Carolina, and Gen.
Howard is to be removed .from the
head of the Freedtnan'a Bureau because
he is a Christian soldier and a radical
Republioan. Gen. Casbt succeeds
Sickles. Gen. Thomas is sick and un
able to go to Louisiana, so the Presi
dent names Gen. Haxcook for the place.
Grast has protested against Iransfering
Has cock from his present command in
the Indian country, and up to date re
fuses to execute the order. Added to
this, we haTe the suppressed corr ca
dence between the President and Gen.
Grast over the removal of SheridaK,
in which Gkaxt talks like a patriot, and
the President like a demagogue. A
breach seems imminent between Jobs-
bob and Grast. ,j( We think now the
latter is aiming faithfully to interpose
the wishes of Congress and the . people
as a check on the President's mischiev
ous policy. Congress does not meet
again until November, and it is plainly
the intention of Johkson to reorganize
his administration before that' time .so
that he can thwart the measures of Con
gress and rekindle the flames of discord
and revolution in the South. The Pres
ident is a dangerous enemy to the coun
try, and in the light of . events' now
transpiring we are forced to the conclu
sion that Congress should have remain
ed in continuous session until the ex
piration of hi" term op his removal from
office by impeachment
The old readers of Putnam's Maga
zine will be glad to learn that it is the
intention of Mr. Geo. P. Pctbam to
revive that periodical on the first of Jan
nary next It is announced that the
plan of the new magazine will be simi
lar to that of its prototype, except in
some particulars where improvements
will be introduced. While it lasted,
old Pubuim was the prince of maga
Eines. Its additions to current litera
ture were priceless. Many of its good
things are among the few, the immortal
that were not born to die, aud therefore
its suspension caused profound regret
But the fact is, best magazines in
America play out soonor or later. They
lose their peculiar excelenees, and de
generate into twaddlers of flimsy story,
or become so stupid and Leavy that
they sink. The Atlantic is an exception,
as its succois is great and its perpetuity
secured; but even it at times has sunk
en into the slough of dullness or float
ed on the froth of fiction, until seem
ingly it outlived its. uaefulnees; but by
timely recovery from successive lapses it
has reached a middle life for which there
is probably no old age with lean and
slipper'd pantaloon, like that which ac
companied the Knickerbocker in its
"last stage of alL" The new magazine,
if it resemble its former self, must be
an expression of the tuouglits of a large
and growing class cf American men
and women who have formed the habit
of critical res ding and possess the
knowledge of good and evil in litera
ture. Therein it -will occupy ground
with the Atlantic, and in proportion as
they are rivals will they be public ben
efactors. We will welcome Putmm for
the sake of old times, and indulge the
hope that as it gave us Titbottom's
Spectacles through which to look at
the world, and introduced us to "our
best society" and an" acquaintance with
the estimable philosopher of Semnar,
it will continue to enlighten us with its
wisdom no less than to charm w ith its
freshness and originality.
At a meeting of the Union County
Central Committee last Saturday, which
was fully attended by the committee
men from every township in the county,
it whs resolved to present a Banner to
the Township sending the largest dele
gation, in proportion to the whole num
ber of its Union voters, to the Mass
Meeting on the 10th of September. Af
ter consultation, the Committee having
the matter in charge concluded that the
delegations would "fc'e letter, pleased
with a Flag than a Banner, as it will
answer for all purposes and occasions,
and accordingly they have ordered a
Ukited Si axes Flag, of the best bunt
ing, 8 by 12 feet This will be a noble
gift, and cannot fail to be more highly
appreciated than a silk banner would
be. The committee to award the Flag
has been appointed as follows: C. H.
Willard, Esq., Bellevue; Gen. C. G.
Eaton, Clyde; P. C. Dean, Esq., Ball
ville; Hon. J. L. Grebsi, Fremont; E.
OrR Democratic friends who hsve
all at once taken to financiering, are as
reckless of truth as they are devoid of
patriotism. They profess great indig
nation because Government bonds are
exempt from State taxation, and de
clare it to be unconstitutional, when
they know that the Constitution itself
exempts them from such taxation. . The
Supreme Court, before, during and
since Judge Taket'b time, repeatedly
decided that the bonds of the United
States were not subject to any tax by
or under State authority. If a State
had the right to tax national loans, it
follows that a State might embarrass or
prevent the General Government from
Copperhead papers and speakers
presume on the ignorance of their read
era and hearers when they assert that
Government bonds are not subject to
taxation. They know that those bonds
do pay a heavy tax, which nowforins
one of the principal sources of revenue
namely, the income tax.
A Radical or Republican organization ha
been established in every' city and town
throughout Georgia, preparatory to conduct
ing a vigorous campaign in favor if mon-
VwHob BBowtha Military tyi,
The" Campaign Opened !
rsna wiu n a ciuk
AT FREMONT, O.,
Tuesday Sept. lOth,
-; ..: WITH 6MEORBS Bt -
Bopubliesn Candidate for Governor;
IIOU. F. IlASSACREK,
In Osrrnan, i
Gen.M. B. Walker!
cf Ficdlaj; and
Gen. R. P. Buckland!
The meeting will be held on the old
Fair Grounds at
Oim o'clock in the afternoon.
The Union men of the sereral townships
are requested to extend this notice, and to
attend the meeting themselves and induce
their Demociatic neighbors to do to. Every
one will want to hear Gen. Hat is, the next
Governor of Ohio. . A cordial invitation ii
extended to the ladies to be present on that
Bt ORDER OF
COUNTY EIECTJriVB COM.
For the Journal.
Old it utrcr occur to auy of you who are
continually subjecting others to the breath
of slander, that the time may come, (for
none of us can presume to imagine what the
future may have in store for us) when you
will have perhaps greater need to hope for
mercy at the hands of those whom you
now in your hour of triumph condemn t
Will not the more thoughtful of you who
are always ready to credit every idle report,
that originate more frequently from envy
and malice than from any other cause, think
f this! No yon will not! and why? Be
cause such a train of thought would bring
too forcibly ti your minds the unpleasant
faet that "you have even at the prcseut mo
ment enough to do to e'ewee your own
heart, and I think I can safely aay that at
tht employment jou would all be kept suf
ficiently busy. The present gives all of us
p!enty of inch Work to perform, unpleasant
though, it may be, without waiting for tBe
future to bring to our hearts and hose new
trials. Those of you who are surrounded
by ell that heart ran wifh are fitted toper
fern a much more noble pari in life thaw
that of the a'anJtfrors. I know that to de
prive many of you1 of the delightful em.
ployment of telling all you hear, all you
believe, and more than you imagine about
Mr. and Mrs. or Mist so and si, would be
more thin depriving yon of a portion of
your exis'ene. It is so elevating to your
selves to dogradc othera in tho estimation of
the world, but just as you deceive others so
yo-ir B-r weak minds will deceive each of
you with the flattering thought that by put
ting yourselves up as "paragous of perfec
tion," you will appear such in reality.
The tongues of many of you would become
paralysed for want of exereie Dnd you would
forget how ti think if your neighbors were
quite as perfect as yourselves. To be sure
you might for a time entertain your friends
by apeaking of the weather, but that subject
like every thing else must wear out tome
time, and should yon depend upon someone
of youreqnally well informed friend, whose
couTci-Mtlona! powers are as brilliant as
your own, to fly to your rescue, I would
almr it with myself one among you that I
too might be benefited by such a display of
talent aa wou'd surely follow. Did you
never think that out of the great numbsr
whom we condemn, there are many of them
whom we would not censure, if we could
read their hearts as He who is ruler over all
reads ours. Kone of ns are perfect, all are
likely to err. Each of us oftentimes do
things, not really bad in theropelvep, but
very imprudent, an j in a measure unbecom
ing the position we occupy. They are the
follies of life, but circumstantial evidence ia
against us and we are subjected to the
breith of slander, and by the time the 6tory
baa passed the lips of half a dozen of the
renowned gossipers it is transformed to
something else. Of course it ia store than
oielesa for the condemned if be is innocent
to pronounce himself so, for people will be
lieve ja$t as they ebooee any how. If a
woman once makes a misstep (no matter
how slight the fault) all are ready to con
demn her; and why? Because she is a
woman and you knew in your hardened
hearts, that if you can only succeed in pla
eiug her in the eyes of the world down,
down, to the lowest depths of sin, she will
not rise again to taunt you of your sins,
slanderer, unlee perhaps she meet you in
darknea?, not light, for there perfection
only sees you even if it were true that those
whom you condemn are as guilty a- yo
would have them. Do you for a moment
suppose that thecourse which you pursue
will ever work a reformation? Oh weak
minds and hard hearts! God will forgive
your condemned as freely as He will forgive
you ! We cannot place ounelvea exactly in
the position of other?, in our imagination,
nor can we tell how we would act were we
in similar circumstances. "Judge not, lest
ye bs judged," and remember that the vir
tue that depends upon opinion looks to
secrecy alone and cannot be trusted in a
General News Items.
The new fifteen cent currency will not be
issued until after the meeting of Congress.
The French emperor haa bought three of
Mccormick s reaping machines.
Mrs. Jeff. Davis arrived in Richmond on
Saturday night from New Orleans.
Santa Anna is confined as a prisoner in
theOastle of San Juan D'Dlloa, at Vera
The yellow fever iu Galveston is reported
to be giowiug more malignant. There were
twenty-one bnria's on the 15th and thirty
four an the ltith.
Negotiations are isaid to- be in progress
which will probable result in consolidating
all the railroads from Buff do to Toledo un
der one management.
The Home Journal says that among the
noiiceable belles at lirattleboro, this sum
mer, is Miss Mead, sister of the sculptor.
Information is received in New York that
the Mexican Government refuses to deliver
the body of Maximilian to the Austrain Gov
ernment. It is buried in the cathedral st
Late news from Europe say the Empress
Carlotta is in better spirits, and her mental
condition is slightly improved. She knows
that Maximilian isldead, but fancies that he
died from fever.
The Sandusky Htgvittr publishes a list of
123 new buildrntrs in process of erection in
that city. "The estimated cost of these im
provements Is 650,000.
.At a pienio near VscbeWg. Thnrsdy,
poison was vut in the refreshments by un
known parties. Five whites and three blacks
have died, and six or tight others ire net ex.
pts4 te reeevsr, .
Township Union Meetings.
The Connty Central Committee have ap
pointed Union Meetings at the following
times and bUom: r
f ANDTJ8KT fOWKSHIP.
At the Fonr Kile Hooae, on Saturday eve
ning, Aug, 31st. Hosier Everett and M.
Chance, Ejqs. '
At the village of Ballville, Saturday eve
ning, Aug. 31st. Gen. B. P. Buckland and
Judge John L. Greene.
OBBBK CRICK TOWBSBIP.
At the village of Clyde, Monday evening,
Sept. 3d. Homer Everett, Esq. and Judge J.
L. Greene. . .
At the village of Bellevue, Tuesday eve
ning Sept. 3d Gen B. P. Buckland and M.
Chance, Esq. . . . .
At tike Stone School House, Wednesday
evening, Sept. 4th. M. Chance Esq. Capt. J.
At Tucker's School House, Wednesday
evening, Sept. 4th. Homer Everett, Esq. and
Capt. J. M. Lemmon.
At the village of Woodville, Thursday
afternoon at 3 o'clock, Sept. 5th. Gen. It. P,
Buckland, Homer Everett Esq., and Capt
J. M. Lemmon..
At Fisher's School House, Thursday eve
ning. Sept Stb. Judge J. L. Greene and
Capt. J. H. Fowler.
At Salem Church Friday evening, Sept
6th. Capt. J.M. Lemmon, Capt J. H. Fowler
and H. Chancs, Esq.
At B illertville, Saturday evening, Sept.
Ttb. Gen. It. P. Buckland snd Homer Ever.
To The Afflicted.
DR. J. L BROWN,
Of Greensprmg, 0,
Tot th fast twelve jeirt hu ta.it th treatment
ofChroolo dienaea a rpeelaUtv; and by diligent toll
end stadv hu discovered a Dew.eretem of titrrona
Physiology, thereby enabling him to correctly
discriminate between eonetltntlens. which serrec si
a correct guide la making the proper selections of
reaieaws to exhibit In the venoee eiuiee 01 unroots
dieMSee. A few or which I will mention:
Rheumatism, Scrofula, and all Erup-
twni of tM bkm. Lung Afftctwm,
Dictates of the Ey and Ear,
and all disease! of the
Also ell Diseases of the
Liver, Stomach, Side and Back,
Boetial attention will be siren to ell diseisoe pe.
caller to Fonslee Atflxted Frmslee are Invited to
cell and be made we' I. All the above dlseeeci and
many space will not permit me to mention, I will
cure, by calling opon me at my omee.
Hanv testimonials e be siren. All communica
tions will be promptly answered. Office days,
Tnudeys end rnaaya or each wees, van ever tne
store Brown saa lielntyre,
J. L. BROWN.
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SA L E OF REAL ESTATE BY
ORDEBOFCOURT.-On the a -at dsv of Sentember
1807, st one o'clock in the afternoon, at the door of
the Coart House, in the oity of Fremont, eoantyof
Sandaeky, and State of Ohio, will be sold te the
highest bidder, the following real estate as ths pro
perty of Abigal Entaminger, deceased, to-wit:
Beginning at the northesat comer of the south
hslf of the northeast quarter of section twenty
nine (HI,) township live (6 ) range thirteen
(13.) thenoe west eighty ISO) rods: thence eonth
twenty (20) rods; thence east eighty (30) rods;
thenoe north twenty (30) rods to ths place of begin
ning, containing ten (10) acres of land, appraised at
Terms or BaUi: une third cash In hand, ths bal
ance in one and two yesrs, deferred payments to bs
secured by mortgage upon the premises, with inter
eet payable annually.
Ade- inint.-aLor of Abigal Entemlnger, Deo'd.
By J. L. G.itt'.s & Soy, hia Atfys.
' August -'7, 1S7 Si4.
DTTCH NOTICE. Jamu. H. Wil
lianu, yn are hsrebv notified that a petition
haa been filed with the Township Clerk, of Ballville
Townahlp, for the building of a ditch, running
throush your land tn aaid township. TheTownshm
Trustees will meet Sept, 14, 18ST. to locate said
ojtcn. j una milieu,
NOTICE. Sealed proposals will be
received op to the 10th of Best . at IS o'clock
M., for the privilege of having a Refreshment stand
owthe new FairGroanddnrinfftheConntvFelr.Oct.
Sd,adand4tn,s;. 3. V. BERRY, See'y.
J. C. REESE ,
B ABBES AND HAIRDE8KB, St. Clair's Block,
opposite the Poetoffice, J" -out street,
Carls. Uwltefcei and all kinds ef Hair work mads
teersei. Tssklfkest arte paid ferBalr, !.
GREAT UNITED STATES
Of T. Y. Kelley & Co.,
No. 80 Vesaey Street, New York,
Here ope ard In connection with their pre.ent ex.
tensirs Wholsssle establishment, a large and
Elegant Retail Department!
for ths sxpress purpose of retailing their good, to
Mmaursat Wholesale Prions. Ths immsnas profit!
which hsve heretofore been pat npon tasenl cof
fees by the producers, the importers, ths jobbers,
brokers, speculators, wholesale dealers and finally
by the retail country merchants, have so enhanced
the prises of thee essential articles of every .day lire,
that many consumers hnve been obliged to stint
thsmsslvee, or sbs'sin altogether from the ass of
Teas sad Coffee.. It Is a fact wsll known to those
who ars familiar with the condition of the tea mar
ket, that thsss goods are freqaently retailed bv
.mill dealers la ths country at twice or thrice the'r
original value, and are even then so adulterated sad
sederse-by unprincipled speculators aato bera.llr
nnBt for tha uses of any good and wsll provides
We do not see why this should longer eontlna.
feeefumMoNsfiKleuewr. n allparta'of
tbscountrr at importing prlc-.s with inch small
profits sddsd thereto, as In a widely extended and
oon.tintly increasing bnsiassa may reasonably com
penssteue for cur trouble. We goar.nl.s our teas
and coffees at all tlmee to be fresh and pare and war.
rsat all goods sold from this ho as to give entire
ssttsfactioo; otherwise the goods may bi returnel.
and the money will be refunded. We ehaU-nveanv
eetablishment in this country to compete withue In
the quality and prioee of our goods. We call esneZ
ial attention te ail house-keepere sad heads or&m
Hies to ths following OI Um-
0!H.ONO,31aok 0, JO, 80,00. 1,00 par lb Beat
MIXED. rWen ftJBlal J, 70. ij, tfilfii fSn.
Y V f4.Krn3 ' ,0 W W M0
IttTERIAL, rareenjoo. Ji oo, gi
M9l?2?.EBtA,, tBU,k;l M 1'04' 1.19
JAPAN' 90, 11,(0, $1,2 per pound.
GUSPOWDE. tl,o, i,60p,r pon,
We Import a very superior quality of Ktaagsl
Oolong snd Hoyune Toung Hyson Teas, pat no in
original Chinese packages, containing one pound
We sell the Oolong at f 1,39, and the Joang fcyaoa
at Jl 80 per pound. ' -
PURS RIO, 23, Ii and 30 cents i
rins juu, ?6 an! 30 oents per pound
Bsar OLD GOVERNMENT aVa, 4e' eecti
BOxAL CLC3 Extra Fine J oents.
In order to meet the demanda of the people of
Fremont and vicinity, we have appointed Hes.. 8.
Bnckland H Sun Agents lor the eale ot enr Teae and
Coileee. All gooes ars put up by ouraelwa is oca
pound packages at our Wa ebouse in New York, and
retaiieo at rem int. Ohio, by 8. Buckisnd Sol at
the same prices at which they are to be bed over our
eoonteis in .New Yo.k. All gooes put np by "bear
the trade mark of -The Great United States rea
W srehoase" m T. V K.U.. Co . sTmpeS on the
J:,'..,": ?De ",l,e are nlno W, .
r--- j - profi & priourfDo their
goodsofanyesy- ork, B?too o,
nected.with oar house. We solicit a 8 n"
Fair and Thorough Trial
possible rates. " " ""lo-est
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
For Diseases of the Throat and Lungs,
such as Coughs, Colds, Whooping
Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Proks'iiy never be 'ore In
the whole history of med
,icine. has anttbing won
w wiueiy aoa so deply
rpon the c-infllence of
ninkind, ss this excellent
-emedv for pilmnnarj
complaints. Through a
ong series of 'ears, and
mnne; moit of the racee
f men It h.a 1.1-1
and higher in thelresttma.
Linn . . 1,1,.- 1. . .
ter known. Its uuiu. obaracterand power r
the various affections of the lungs snd throat hsve
made it known as a rllable protestor avalost'thsm
While adapted to milder forms of diaea e and to
young children, It is at the stme time the nut ef
feetnal remedy that can be given fnr incipient coo.
anmotion. and the dLnrernn.affAi.tlnn. .L
and lunge. As a provision against sudden .ti.t. .
Crrrap, it ahoulabe kept on hand in every faml v and
Indeed as all are sometimes subject to olds' and
eonvbs. all abonld be provided wiili kt. .u, .
tm ' .u.. .uuuute lor
Althongb aettle.liOontnraptlon Is thought inenr
able.atiU great nsmosrs of casss where the disease
seemed settled, have been completely our d. and tin
patient reatored tl sound health by the Cherrr Pei
torsi. 80 complete I. its mastery over the disorde
of ths Lungs and Th-oat. that the mist ",tii ?
them yield to it. When nothing li trL?l
duippesr.""11" I'JC0'" suosidslua
Binseraanii PuhHe'Sib.i.... m- .
from it. "ua protection
Asthma U always relieved and often wholly eared
80 generallvare its virtues that we need not nnh.
, uwn are Inlly mjintaio
AYER'S AGUE CURE,
For Fever and Ague.Intermittent Fever.
Chill Fever, Remittent Fever, Dumb
Ague, renodical or Bilhous Fever.
i:c, aud indeed all the affections
which arise from malarious, marsh,
or miasmatic poisons.
Aa its aarns implies, it doea Onre, and dies not
m 1. Kuuiaiuiiig neiiner Araenia. (junior, Bismuth.
Zinc, nor any other mineral or pon .noni euhstanoe
whatever, it in nowise injuries any patient. The
number and importance of lis cures in the ague die
trie'e. srs literal y beyond account, and we b'lieve
wlthouta parallel in the hietory of Anremedlcine
Oar ptide is gratified by the acknowledgment! we re-
wi mo i.uiv.1 guibi oneciea in oostinate ca
and where other remedies had whollv rwi U4.
Unacclimated persons, either rseie'ent in. or travel.
mg inrongu miasmaue locaittlea, will bs protected
by taking the Ague Cure daily.
For Liver Comelainta, arudng from torpidity of the
Liver, It is an exobeot remedy, stimu:atlr;g ths
Liver into healthy ac ivily.
For Billions DiHir ers and Liver Complaints, it Is
sn excellent remedy, producing msny troly r.mark.
able cures, whire oth-jr mrdt"inee ha' f.ilel.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Arer A Co , Praotical and Ar.
sly tieal Chemists, Loweil, Ma"e, and Sold all round
me worm, r nee $ 1 uu p -r bottle.
8. Bncklwd aiSon; E. Dillon ft Son; 0. R Mc
Cnlloeh. Frmont O . and bv all drnro ata aid
ei m mtuicme every wnere. abyll.
WILL POSITIVELY RESTORE GRAY
nin tv it a utuuiXAl, COLOR.
It keeps the hair from faMlnv mt Tt la tl,. K..t
drrssingin the world miking lifeless, stiff, brshy
" asvjesi 1 uj, ( lit atuu a UJJ .
For hw mil drutrifa
B P. HILL k CO., N-h2, JT. H. Proprfetorfc
OR SALE on liberal terms In-lota
bU and 611. Fremont. Ohio, fur nart.enlara
Toledo, Wabash & Western K.W.
Pnsaengera Carried through to Quiiicy
witltout chauge ot Caihj
"S and alter May S, lSb?, trains will runs ss fol-
W lows, (aunuays exovptear;
hail tbai.v. xzrazaa tbais,
Leave Toledo 116A.il. ll.tOAM
Arrive Quincj- X.uQA.U. 12.8JP..
Kojaus 3.-.iA.H- S.uO P. 1L
For the aosomodation of W ar Passensers. netween
Toledo and fort Wsjoe, a paisengar Cuach will bs
attached to the Freight Train, leaving at 6.16 P. at
1 raise arrive irom tne n eet 01 a ou A. H. and s.su
r. M. E. A. CisAPI.M.
Johx U. Faus xs, iien'l Supt
Gen'l lieaet Agcn. fiij.
Lake Erie & Louisville Railroad.
r:and after Thursday, May S.n, I6B7, trains wil
f run uany, (ounaays escepted,! as follow. :
Leave Fremont, at 11.15 o'clock, A.M.
' Winters, 11 41 11
" Kansas 12 00
" Amsden 12.U p. M'
" 'Jack. on 12 23
Reach Foa tor ia, 1146
Leave Fostoria ........ 12.68 ' h
' Arcadia, 1 24 .
Arrive at Findlay, 2.00
Leave Findlay, at ..3.16 o'clock P.M.
" Arcadia 3 61
Arrive at Fostoria, i 16 '
Leave rostoria......... 42s
" ejaekeon 4 to "
" Amsden 6.02
Kansss.... 8 18
" Winters 6 26 i
ArriveatFrsmont.... ...... COO n
eTriini only stoponsignal.
Trainsleave Fremont in themorulnir nrl.nho...
rival of Trains from Ciuveland and Toledo, and ar.
rive at Fremont in thealternoonin time to oonnsrt
wtthTrsica ou theOleveiaad 1 1'oleJo UailRoad both
Passengers by thin liuc.-each Findlavaev.r.!hnnn
a alv.mca of any otherroute.
Boy Tickets, via Fremont, in ClevelandandTn!.
do, at the Ticket OfBcea of the Cleveland and Toled
L.O.. HAWSON Bnp't.
giuutlay School -Hatters.
Slinutea of the -Hay Meeting Sandueky
l.'onntyrt.r. Anniversary Grand Conven
In Fremont, Angnst 24d, 1S67.
The beat la list massfactnrtd and for eale by
S9m. D. iCKk k 00.
SooSg, jPotDegfleg. See.
CALL AND BEE TREK,
CALi AND SEE THEM
VFho ar) ia Market with m larg oA
TRried Stock of
Atpaceas,Berlnos, Poplin., Delaines, Prints, Saet
ags, 01oakinge,all of which have beeaaeleotedwllk
10 buy thelwst sndlatest atylss of Oroekerj
ooroeto KatMRICBa CO'a.
TO get the worth of your mon?y
when ran bnv aponndo'TCA sail at
EMMRICH 4 CO'S.
rF yon want the best SUGAR in mar
ket and the most for yonrmonej yon will Hod its
EMMRICH dc CO'S.
pOFFEE, the beat at
EMMRICH & CO'S.
FOR pure and unadulterated Grocer
EMMRICH & CO'S.
WE call special attention to our
of Olotbi, Oassimers, Testings, Oents' Furnishing
Thlswehava a large and well selected aasortanta
purchased with. pecial reference to this market and
Cannot be Undersold!
Our Profit must be Smalt lut Sales
Our Stock is too comuleto for enuro-
ration. Wethereforelnv te all wishing to purehar
tooas inonriinetoeall and examine before tola
sisewhere.aaweeanposltivslysell yon goodelf yoa
wtuin on j.
JVo Trouble to Show Good's.
EMMRICH & CO.
P. 8. MR. A.GUSD0RF IN RETIR
lag from the Dry Ooods Trsde. retains anofleea
our store, and willbny, paying CASH and ths high
DRESSED OR LIVE HOGS,
WHEAT,CORN,RE,0 ATS, SEEDS
WOOL, AC, AO.
E. & CO.
Fremont, Ottober 1S.1SM W.4itf
NEW STORE IN FREMONT
Ryder & Tyler's Old Stand,
. Corner Front and Croghan
D. C. SMITH & CO.,
TTAVS! lu-t npaned a fSW CRT OOODS
IX BTOKEln No. 1. Trier's Blrck. corner F oi
and Croghan otretts, Fremont. They hsve received
1 Large and attractire Stock of
All sw,i! the httott gtI.tiM Bought at grMt-
J ituecu pnvov
DRB 8 OOODS I
pocct de sore,
SATIS DE CUKNF,
SPRING DE LAINCS,
SILVKK CRDV tc PI.AID POPUNS,
AJlGUIVAil, rtl t.MII
AND SCUTCH GINGHAmS,
CHAM DBA V, PARIS IAHSS,
OKGANDaiES, in all grade-.
DRESS TRIMMINGS 1
Partlenlarattentlon is called to this nenartmenW
Ladies will nnrj an the novelties of the
OORSETS & SKIRTS 1
Kspeeisl attention Is also Invltsd to their new
rtvl-s of Cornets ineinding the new style of wa
bottom 5K1BTS. for Mates, untiares and Misses.
SHEETING, BEM.TIS, STRIPED
BROWN cV BLEACIIFD SHIRTINGS,
COTTON BATS. PHINT?,
COTTON TARNS, T WINE,
FULL LINE OF LADIES' SACKING.
cotupkie Jiii of Goods for OliiWren's wear
PARASOLS, SUN-SHADES, feo.
We intent! to tell Goods vrry lew fnr Oaai.
CALL AUD SEES
So. 1 Tyler's Block, Corner of
Front & Croghan Street!.
D, O. 7ITTH CO.
rreaseat, Vsy It, ll-Ayl
The War is Over!
Gold has Gone Down!
Have reduced thePrice
WE Mk the Farmen to sail and ex
amine our stock "f
Tools and Implements;
which consist in part of
Combination Steel Plow,
Curtis' Iron Beam,
Fostoria Cast Plow,
Shovel Plows, doable & singU
Corn Shelters, iron and wood,
Hoes and Forks,
Rakes and Scythes,
Scythe Sticks and Stones,
Shovels and Spades,
Chums, Tubs, Pails, Brooms,
RninniriP' WIipaIo onrl Poole
I O " ' MUV. AVVVIO)
Sheep Shears & Wool Twine,
Stucco, fec, &c.
Together with a complete stock of
House and Barn Trimmings.
Builders' & Farmers' Hardware,
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware,'
All of which we offer at
Prices which defy Competition!
ALSO AGENTS FOR THE
Slower and IlcapcT
uiaer Mil J s,
Buckeye Wood Sawing Ma
Our Tin Shop,
It in order, and will fill your order
ROBERTS &. SHELOON
THOMPSON & CO.
Now offer fotitlai Large) Stock of
THOMPSON Si CO.
Fssmost, Jane 1, 1366. 92tf.
Bristol & Taylor.
We are now receiving at the Old
FREMONT CASH STORE
A large and well selected Stock of
Spring Dry Goods!
Purchased since the late Decline in Prices,
Plain and Striped Poplins,
Light & Figured Alpacas,
Plain and Striped Dress Silks
OF ALL COLORS;
IVew Style Delaines & Armures,
And an assortment of
varied as the
New style Hoop Skirts, new Gloves and
Hosiery, Yankee ISotions, &c.
A full line of Prints and other Domestics
constantly on hand. Also,
CASIMKRES and COTIONADES; BALMORAL SKIRT6
and every variety of Drees Trimmings.
Our Cloak aud Shawl Deoartment is in
complete working order, and
and fcacaues tor Jadies in the
terms the most favorable.
We also keep Floor and
isiut'ttcu aiiu a iiiuuoaiiu uiuer
tion, which will be sold cheap
examine for yourselves, at the
Soheslic3, 6at'rpeiltcj, &e.
Spring Dress Goods as
a large assortment of CLOIH
we are able to furnish Cloaks
shortest possible time and udou
Table Oil Cloths. Carpet Ware
211 iicies uxi nnmprnns minen
for cash. Give ns a calL and
FREMONT CASH STORE.
-3 1 ft-':...' .--'-i'O'iyviM!
I ...-MlPtr;- .. . ; " ..., '..fj:?;'.:.-.?-f t.. ;-ar
L'Xa'11 1- vi'sssTl.--sw ri' i"''iQMfiB :
A complete auortmeat at CA?, LETTER AM) COMMERCIAL ItOTE PAPER, ENVELOPES,
SLATES. PENS. e.
10 Tots White Lead; ICOu Ida rreneh uehre;
18 "bis Lioneed Oil; 1000 lbs Sal rod.;
17 BMa Labrlestiaa- OU; 100 les Sugar Lead;
SOW lbs Colored feist; rjoobix.a lndir Glass:
1600 lbs hit!ng 804 ' sen I snip ChLmniT
00 lbs Tea. Hed; 1200 lbs Madder;
100 lbs Copperas;
600 lbs Bin. Vitro!;
600 lbs Ext. Lofwood;
wi oosea uauj Dyss.
DR. PILLON &SON.
LAIVDGRAF & EB1VST,
Oa ikwFlkt, VTast Ead aTSrU(v,
HIGHEST CASS PSICIS TAH) JOB
BUTTER, EGGS, LARD, TAXLOW,
HIDES, PELTS, DRIED
FRUIT, rtc, ate.
We tTe ayrotUntlj ra baud
COMPLETE STOCK OT
Family Groceries !
Which we offer at the
lowest New York Cash Price.
Xy Salt and Flour alwaja en hand.
Highest prices for all gorta of FUR.
Don't pasa by the WUi Cat Sign,
rwn. j. tKTvAx.
Joseph L. Hawson & Go.
Forwarding arid temmission
Haviof purchased 1ba SDllre property kaesra aa
Trcmont Warehouse & Steam
At the head of Bavfvat'oa ea tb -'osky Slvar.
we are prepared to reeerve store, aad ship
, AND OTHER FBOSrCTS.
Jobith L. Pattsos a Mast gleg Agaat,
Office at the Ware Horjgp.
t. Q. EAVPOy, 1
jAMEia MOORE. Frerxont, Ohio
JOSErH L. RAWSON, )
rrenoot, Marsh IS, !8T. vKnlttf.
AUCTION M COMMISSION
Have opened an AUCTION and COMM193IOH rtot
on Front strset. Th.y will sell
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
or arjthirf elue; fcr snrrindj in tble, or aay ether
slty,or In the country, on commission.
IfyOBwaotanythiof .oMsendlt In. lsti;
IN FULL 13 LAST!
r ARE Ol'EJnXQA LASGB aad wellas-
Dry Goodsl Groceries!
Boots,Shoes, Hats, Caps,
&c- &c. &c.
All of sblcb cave sees koagotattB
a Kew Tork; aad we are off.rlni ths estln stosft at
prices that will
Wt would sy tbt wm h detenrfm d to atkv
:hiprnisDDtiDptj1utioDUCliftTw ttiadltt4K la
ry rpect and at a i ttma, to eoBprteB faTovsMr
erltb aot MtabiUbmant ia lioiihtn Ohio HmuiYl
FJRST-CLASS GOODS I
And tham t a Urgo par cunt. Ut tbaatfatf
ean bebovjbt eiMwhar.
GIVE US A CALL
And compare oar price and aoodswltb the price
aakedvon at other places, and yoa will be aonviaeed.
Jiat the way to
Buy Goods at Head Quakes,
CASH PAID FOR
Wheat, Corn, Oats, Wool,
ASD ALL KIMDi Or
rremont 0 Spt IS. 1MB 38tf
DR. A. F. PRICE
WOCLI)re.petrnl'y.ay tn the eitisrns of ft
moot.nrlTiciriijf. tat he ha-! red an of
Ireh.re forth. orartio. rtf hi. AMr.c..AH
naviDv bad sr.).l t.A.a .sreri. rHvh... i .v.
lst op.rati.r. in II r sta'e. b.Mi b.b .(I..
themselves to his skill.
In St. Clair's Block, nearly ppoaKe) ;J
Post Offioa, np-atalra. .