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TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS.
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FREMONT, SANDUSKY CO., OHIO
FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1867.
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Union Meeting To-Night.
The CToion ro'era of the several wards of
Fremont sre requested to meet at the Club
Tbia Friday Bwsning, at 7 1-2 o'clock.
For the purpose oi organls ng a
TJHION CITY CLUB.
tad to make arrangements for the Mass
Meeting on the 10 Ji of Sept.
By order of the old Club.
Addition Prasr Clo b is making an
addition to hs block. The walla go op
with the new block of Whits A Hxusteb.
Peaches. Peaches come in thia week by
the wagon load and '.'go off like hot cakes.'
They,hve sol 1 at $2,50 prr bushel.
Poblio Schools --The Public Sohools
of the city will commence on Monday the
16th of September.
Foundation T be foundations to the
new block oa Oroghan Street are being
The Drouth still continues in all parte of
the county, and is seriously affecting the
corn, fruit and potato crops.
Newspapers. We are indebted to Mr.
D. W Kama, who keeps the latest snd best
Dewfptpers, for copies of the Cincinnati
Low Water. The water is veiy low in
the rifer on arcount of the long continued
drouth. The water was only sevn feet on
Whittaker Bar on Wednesday morning antf
Township Meeting: Vie call the attention I
of active Aepub'icsns in the townships to I
the lift of Lnion meeiiuts printed in I
ano hf r coin ror. snd nrge them to use their
best efforte to secure a full attendance.
Smith, Shomo. & Co, are putting op a
snop in me rear ot I teir store lor the men-
ufactur. of Boots snd Shoes. They sre
turning out come very handsome work in
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ine line oi nne D Kits ana Aneir custom is
larger now than they can supply prompt-
Marine The - Wut arrived Saturday
afiemoou and loaded with lumber. Was
ready to leave Tuesday but the water was
Wade arrived Monday and is loading
with staves for ButcsxEr and lumbar from
Ws-.i fe Dana.
The Advance The first number of
the Adi'at'a the new Congregational organ
published at Ch:0go, has reached us. It
fully answers the promise of the projectors
of the enterprise. It seems to have been
left, sf.er all, to thi great west to furnish the
religious p p;r of the o mntry.
The Camp Meeting which was begun
at Washington Station, last week, closedaOn
Tnesdsy evening. The grounds were well
filttd up and there wss a very large atten
dance, esp- cially of the close of the session. I
Uonaidersble religious interest wss manifest- I
ed and it is Vlifv. d that many souls were I
brocght into the k'rgdmn.
Treatad. Mr. J.b Tbeat favored ns
with a rare treat on Monday, in the shape of
a basket of luscious peaches from his farm.
It sras cone of your little baskets but an old
fashioned big one snd filled to scripture
measure, pressed down and running over.
Mr. Tbeat's crop this year is very fine and
he has brought the beat peaob.es we have
seen in the market.
City council i ne couueu Held a
regular meeting on Monday evening all the
Moioo wss carried to pay the Journal
bill and Fabing'a 1 ill for the building of the
eewer on State S reet. BoTxrca moved to
publish the appraisements of property on
the line of the Riley road but the motion was
Fatriotlo Lecture -De. H. Hoaro.t,
frcu near the Cumberland Gap, a sadly
disabled victim of Rebel barbarity and bate,
leaning upon crutches for support, half dead
and almost blicd, and who has suffered
everything bat death, and almost that itself,
by the Rjbel, will address the citizens of
Fr mmt at Union Hall Friday evening Aug
30, 1867, at 8 o'clock. The Dr. will relate
his own sad experience during the late
Rebellion, tell what himself and others
suffered and show what it cost to be a Union
' man among the Rebels. Come one and alL
See and hear him. Admittance free.
Quarterly Meeting. The Quarterly
Meeting of the ML Lebanon, U. B. Church
of BiUville township. Rev. . Flack, Pas
tor, was held on Saturday and Sunday last.
It was an occasion of unusual interest and
was q:ite largely atteuded. Two new con
verts nnited with the church. This quar
terly rneetin? closed the work of the Con
ference eir, and the ministeis of the Bin
dusky Conference District met op. Thursday,
for the tegular annus Conference. The ML
, Lebanon Society bigan the year with a
membership of thirty, and close with six
tyan lucres as of thirty members and
paid for church pnrposr a, between six and
even hundred dollars. The United Breth
ren Church hss grown rapidly all over the
cousty durintr the year, and the societies
hsve especially prospered under the minis
trations of Rev. M. Bulger, the Presiding
JE'dor of the Diatriet in which this connty If
June & Buckland's Stave and
Barrel Factory Destroyed!
LOSS $25,000 to $30,000!
Half a Dozen Buildings on Fire!
Narrow Escape of the R. Depot.
A w were getting ready to go to press
yesterday afternoon, between one and two
o'clock, as alana of Are tu eoonded, and a
huge Tolame of (moke wae eeen ruing from
the direction of the Railroad Depot The
fire prored to be at the extensive Stave and
Barrel Factory of Messrs. Jews it Bccelasd,
which ia located near the Depot of the 0. t
T. K. B. When the fire waa first discovered
among the aharicga on the floor it could
hare been put oat easily if enfficient water
could hare been promptly eecured, bat that
impossible, and the flames spread rapid
lj and soon gained irresistible headway
among the light, dry materials. A strong
wind waa blowing from the south-wefft, and
all efforts to save the buildings were nn
availing. In less than an hour the extensive
works were entirely destroyed.
ORIGIN OF THE FIRE.
The fire started from a spark from the
locomotive of the train on the Lake Eiie A
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aiouwtuis it. iu n wss discovered ia a
short time, but the spark had fallen in a pi e
of shavings, and the flames shot off like
OPERATIONS OF THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.
. P-1 so rsp.dly and the mate.
rialsithadto work with were of such
romuuMiuu nature, urn it was impiBsib e
fiwmv .nm'n oa tn Mhm1 TV - 1
n7ea w on haroTn, ,
worked with a will, accomplishing as much
it was possible to do ' ith the small sup.
DI of water and defect vc. hnaa. ti..-
T.d the Pssteneer LW and w.wi .hJ.
and half a dozen other buiMinra ; it..
betory waa burning.
The Factory included aix or aeven build
ings all of which were destroyed.
An immense stock of lumber and finish
ed work waa'on hand, very little of which
waa saved. The loss will amount to 825,000
or (30,000 if not more, on which there was
an insurance of $6,000. Although opera
tions ia the factory had been temporarily
suspended, some forty or fifty men are
thrown out of mployment.
P. O. Det't.
Washihstok, Aug. 17, 1867. J
Major H. y. BccxLAKn:
Sir The distance of your office from the
Railroad station being ovsr eighty rods, re
lieving the company from the duty of de
livering mails into it, and devolving the ex
pense of such service on the Department, the
Postmaster General authorises and instructs
yon to advertise by public not-'ce or
otherwise so as best to draw general atten
tion, for bida to carry the mails between
your office and the nearest station of the
Cleveland at Toledo Railroad twelve times a
week. All proposals thus received you wil
forward to thia office unopened and will send
the same time, a report of your action
the matter. No contract ia reouired to
executed, but persons bidding mu-t be
honest snd capable, not less than fixteen
years old, and pledged to serve at leatt one
year at the price proposed. JXo more will
allowed than a fair compensation.
G. W. McLkliak.
Second Ass't P. M. Gen.
Sealed proposals for the above contract
will be received at the Post Office in Frr.
mont, Ohio, until Satnrday, Sept. 7th 1867.
2w. H. W. BCCKLAND, P. M.
Base Ball Matters.
Findlay. The Croghans, go to Findlay
on Tuesday next to piny with the Buck
eyes. Elmoes has organized a Base Ball Club
and the people are going into exstacies over
the beauties of the "national came."
A unti Matcb. The Quicksteps and
Dejyprs, Jr. had a match game on Wednes
day afternoon on the Drxter's ground. The
Quicksteps won the game by a score of 89
15, a pretty rough beating for the Dex
ter 'a Jr,
A Card. We hereby rxpress our most
hearty thanks to the Great Western B. B. C,
Tiffin for their cordial reception snd
gentlemanly treatment at the matrh game
recently played with them in their city.
By order of the Club.
H. F. BAKER Sec. of the D. B. C.
How ass tocT TirriN! The Dextebs
came home on Tuesday eveuing with a big
fea'her in their caps, having won the iratch
with the Gbeat Westxs by the fine score
91 to 40, easy enough. The Tiffin nine
who challenged the Croghans declined to
play on Tuesday and it is not yet determin-
when the match will be played.
The CaoerjANs go to Norwalk on the 11,-
train to-day to play a return match with
the Fibelakds. Quite a party go with them.
will be remembered that they won the
first game by a score ofabout3tol. The
Firelands have played two matches since In
both of which they were victors by a large
score, and a very close contest is anticipat
The Match on Friday between the Cro
ghans snd Eurekas resulted in a roore of
115 to 38, the Eurekas giving the Croghans
easy whitewash in the third innings.
The Croghans did not play with their usual
spirit at first but did some very good bat
ting before the game closed. The score
shows that the Eurekas were quite a mstch
for their opponents in the field, while the
Croghans led them at the bat. The E i'0-
kas have not yet had a fair show in matrh
games, their first and only matches being
played with older and more experienced
State Association qt Bass Ball PlaT-
ras. A call hat been made for a conven
tion of the B. B. Clubs of the State, to be
held at Clabexdon Hotel Cincinnati, on the
25th of September, for the purpose of form
ing a State Association. Each Club will
entitled to two votes and all are in
vited to send delczales. Our Fremont
Clubs ought to be reoresented and should
make arrangements at once to send at least
one delegate from each organisation.
Driving Park. The Driving Park' As
sociation held their annual meeting on
Wednesday, at Judge Gbeexk's office for the
election of officers. The following gentle
men were elected:
Chas. H. Bell, Prest.; J. R. Bartlett, Vice
Prest.; A. B. Putman, Secretary; L. W.
Ward, Treasurer. J. L. Greene, Theodore
Olapp, T. Bosh, Directors.
The 10th, lltb, and 12th of October were
selected for the Fall meeting.
An exhibit of the finances made a favor-
able showing. Two hundred dollars will
pay all indebtedness and place the Associa
tion ou a permanent footing.
Croquet. This pleasant out-door game
gaining its way into the habit' of the
people every season. We hear of croquet
every town and village. " The balls snd
msllets have been bought of Eatt-rn
manufacturers, which is all wrong. Tbey
be made here quite as well. F. I.
Nobtox 80s of this city have turned out
few acta of excellent implements, on
order, and we believe it would pay them to
la a stock of seasoned timber and
manufacture enough to supply the demand
next season. They can tum out better
articles and afford them considerably cheap
er thai) Eastern mnsbrttirsrs.
THE S. CELEBRATION.
THE S. CELEBRATION. The Largest ever held in the State-Ten
Thousand People on the Grounds—Nearly
Thousand People on the Grounds—Nearly 4000 Children present-A Procession
Thousand People on the Grounds—Nearly 4000 Children present-A Procession extraordinary-Speeches, Songs, &c.
In oar last week's issue we made a brief
mention of the grand 8unday School Con
vention held by the County 8. 8. Union
giving such particulars aa we could gather
while the procession wss passing through our
streets. On visiting Bithard Grove, where
the celebration was held, we found that the
half had not been told us.
The number of people by actual count,
in the procession far exceeded our estimate
and the grove was well filled with people
from the different townships, who came in
their own conveyances, and others from
town who were Interestedln the schools.
The proof sion wai in, charge of the
marshals under direction of Mr. 0. R
McCciLOCB and hie sssistant. and was not
less thn five miles long, contsinlng four
hundred and nintlten wagons, several of
tbera drawn by four, s'x, eight and ten
horse teams and literally packed with
children. The wagons were handsomely
decorated with evergreens, banners, mottoes,
emblems Ac. Several were filled with
a-irls beautifully draased in white, snd sll
contained fabulous numbers of little people,
one reporting ligUy-tix, and many carrying
forty or fifty. -a
The preparation' showed great tasti, and
cost much t'oub'e and no little out'ay of
money. Every school made a creditable
appearance and had somt thing novel in its
emblems, wagons or dress which msrked it
ss peculiar and gave an interesting variety
so the procession.
The exercises of the dsy began soon
aftet the ariival of the procession at the
grove. The opening prayer wag made by
Rev. J. B. Thoufsox of the Reformed
Church, alter which. Dr. Stilwell wss
introduced and nnde a short, lively address
to the children. Prof. 3. TrcKxaKAX, the
Secretary of the State S. S. Union, followed
with One of the telling speeches he knows
so well just how to Bake, and after music
from the band, the schools adjourned for
dinner, which was taken on the ground in
true pic nic style, each school having its
own part of the ground.
After refreshment, the bands played from
the stand and tha schools gathered again
for songs snd speeches, W. W. Ross, Esq ,
and KeT. Mr. Jkqlf, of Fostoria, being the
peakers of the afternoon. Both spoke
briefly and with unusual force.
The speeches over, several choice song
were sung, . tne multitude ot children s
voices swelling the choruses until the woods
rang with the melody.
A pleasant torn was given to the exer
cises by Rev. Mr. Bcloeb, the Pres dent, by
calling attention to two banners, borne in
he proctssion by the sohools of Green
Spring and Clyde, both painted by Gex,
McPhsrsos. The first wat a plain banner
discolored by age, with the design of an
ecle ruddy drawn ou the field. It wss
pain'ed and carried at a celebration by Gik.
McPbkbsos, twenty-two years ago, he
being lh n seventeen years of age and a
teacher in the first Sunday School ever
organised at Green Springs. The banner
wss afcerwards nsed in a Wide Awake pro
cession and whs mislaid for several years,
and only caxe to light a fw days before
the convention. The other banner was
painted for a school in Clyde, while Cadet
McPhkb?o was at home on a vacation
visit from W st Point in 1851. The device
is a child leading a lion and has underneath
it the following text.
"They shall not hurt cor destroy in all
my holy mountain, faith the Lord."
One oi tha Clyde sohools also had a
banner presented to Cspt. ChafmaS Cy the
ladies of T (Tin on his departure for the
Mexican war, and brought home by him at
the return ui peace. It was borne by Capt.
Chapman's daughter in the procession. The
favorite ho-se from which Gen. McPhfbaoh
was shot on that ever memorable July 231,
before Atlanta was rode by one of the Clyde
marshals and was brought up. near the
stand so that it couli be seen by all.
It ia said that Gen. McPhebsoh had a
belief that this horse was invulnerable and
that he should never fall in battle so long
as he rode him.
After lh:s episrde which was full of the
memories of the gallant dead and yet so
appropriate in its connection with the
Ssbbath Schools at McPbebson's home,
tha benediction waa pronounced by Rev.
Mr. Lease and the convention, which Prof.
TrcSKBMAtc says is the largest ever held io
tbis State, and which will do more to
promote the real Interest of Sunday Schoo's
than half a year of ord nary routine work
was declared dismissed.
We g' ve the following figures which have
been kindly furnished by the S cretary of
the County Union, Mr. Cbas. H. Kbebs.
Tsn Horse Usics.
Bight Bo m trams,
toir Horaa tAna,
Two Horse teams,
sesntAaa so. or
scbvl. sct't. sat's
Frsmont fraobytertui. 0 R MoCnUoeh, 395 310
" Bs'o mod, W WW's. T5
" Epiacoptl, Rev O Tounz, 140
Mu'hodlat, WWRa, 100
Hianton. 1 Dr J O Harrington, 40
CIr4e Bairtiat. C w fun.
- MathntH't. Wo W.ska,
Rnttamtit R Union, Parld Aine,
Booth Ritga Baptlat, OarM Amea,
ro-aod atrr, B V Boic
Nor h R. Tovnieod, Ca. J .ckaoa,
flToFn'1nv (7 Ion, D K Hayaa,
North K-lr Union, Wm Jonee,
Galfatown Ua on, B Colv-H,
lit L-banon C B, J Kimii
Bat iTtlla Union, FQnir
Map's Colon, H K fh'nlf,
Oautm Union, J O Madge,
Wolf O-wk Chapel, T Bite,
Taws V . Srott, Valentlna Brown,
'hilob Union, Jaa W Donalds,
Edan Chapsl, Wintera
BUtlor, Wm Mltchal,
RolloraTill Tnion, P B Miller,
Keformad HresTille, i Looar,
Hadiaon Urlon, F Ycainr.
acVs-n S 8. It S Wlckard,
Miak'tnoee Union, W Hideout,
Weet Fremont Uolon.T Mi K
Rice Union A Furgerson,
rnatoria. Mill Orovo, A.,
Estimated nim'f of scholars present
not in p oofsaion,
The great est credit is due to the Executive
Committee and the Superintendents snd
teachers cf the various schools and especially
Mb. McCvllocb aud Mb. Kbebs on
whom devolved a great part of the responsi
bility of planning and organizing the Con
vention for the admirable management of
everything connected with the Celebration.
They have done a good work which will
tell on every interest of this county, and
will not be without their reward.
We cannot help remarking the change for
the bPttt-r which is taking place in our
Sabbalh School system, a radical and much
needed reform. Years ago a Sunday School
was the dullest of places for a live boy or
girl. Parents cent their children then, now
they go of their own will and love to go.
The irksome restraint, the catechism and
the stint, aboriginal Sunday School books,
treating of impossible goodish or very
wicked boys snd girls, have passed away
in the light of common sense. Good,
attractive wholeswe books which have a
good moral because the whole tone is healthy
and human, fill the libraries. Teachers
study to make good attractive for its own
sake and tho lively songs and varied ex
ercises mck'3 the Sunday School a diversion
and entertainment for the children, and any
h ng that excites new interest in it as the
Convention of last wo'-k will will make it
more snd note valuable as a social an
moral as wtll as religious power.
Democratio Nominations. The Cop
perheads rn et in Council On Saturday and
nominated the following ticket:
Representative, James Park; Sheriff, S.
H. RorSll; Auditor, Edwin H,ff; Treasurer,
P. .uierkin; Recorder, Wm. S ins;
Prcseooting Attorney, A. B. Lindsay; Com
missioner, Fuller; Coroner, D. K. Bill;
nrteyor, Jamt Park.
How our Copperhead Councilmen Spend
the Public Funds-Botefur's"Policy."
We give below a brief review of the pro
gress of Botefur and his aiders and abetters
in the oounoil la the ma'ter of street im
provements and repairs. It will be hard to
find a mora blundtring , stupid and dishonest
record in any eity this aide of New York,
where the eouneUmen trust thsir arms into
the public treasury up to the elbows sad
snap thsir fingers in tha faces of thetazpsy'
art whsn they propose a remedy.
The statements msda here can be verlflsd
by consulting the record of the C:ty Clerk, ,
wss the first taken in hand by (ha council.
A resolution wit psssed to "repair" the
street. The Street Commissioner, under the
direction of Botefur, stoked it thoroughly
throughout st an immenaa cost to the eity.
every member of the council, except B i'e
fur, expected that only ord:niry repairs
would be made on the street, according to
the wording of the resolution. Nut a word
has ever been said by Botefur in regard to
atsesing the property owners along the line
and taxpayers on the East side and in the
First ward, piy sa much for lbs permanent
improvement of this comparatively nnim
pirtant street ss the property owner who
live along the line, and whose property baa
been icoreased in value by the improve
was taken in hand next in order. Motion
was made and carried to stone the street
from Main Sireet to a point beyond Mr.
White's, where it had been previously gravel
led. In this cats contrary to the Napoleon
Street precedent, a committee was appoint
ed to assess the property holders, althongh
this is one of our main thorough "a-es, aid
is used constantly by the people of this city
and those who come here to trade, while
Napoleon is never used .except by thoie who
live on its line. In discussing this motion
Botefur declared his policy to be "Per man.
ant improvements to be assessed upon ' the
property owners, repairs to be paid for by
the city," and was therefore in favor of as
sessing the whole expense of the proposed
improvement on the property owners on
Croghan Street. At the very next Conncil
Mooting, however, he thought only a slight
asscsment should be made on the property
owners. The assessment committee have
not yet reported and final action is yet to be
taken in the matter.
oobbt stb est
Which runs parallel with Oroghan from
the Publio Square westward, is in great
need of improvement. When the question
of improving it came np in Council, Botefur
had gone back to the idea that property own
era should pay for improvements, and miv
ed that those on the line of the street.
should appear at next mee'ing and make
thIr desires known. At next meeting the
hall was filled with residents of Court Street,
all protesting against improvement, ss they
could do the workXheraselves, cheaper than
the Council could do it for them, and they
had the best reasons for beleavii gthey could
save money by such an arraafremant. Bote
fur then gave it as his opinion that the street
could not be improved by the city, if the
m'joiity of the property owners were opp a-
ed to it. The work on Court Street was
herefore laid aside.
When the proposition from Jcne fc Bees-
laxd to furnish all the gravel made at their
pita for two years and pay $150 in cash to
gravel E'ro Street waa made, Botefur declar
ed that property owners should be assessed
for the work snd said that "as long as he had
breath to oppose it the city should never pw
one dollar to improve Elm Street" adding
some slurring remarks in regard to Jcke d
Bccklaxd. He said io bis speech that the
street had been for years a "deid weight"
on the Connoil, that last year $2,000 were
spent on it and that it was time such favor
itism was stopped. At a subsequent meet-
ng he moved that the proportion of June
fc Bcoklano be accepted and made a spech
pointing out the benefits which would ac
crue to the city, and after some opposition
from other members of the Council the mo
Was graded at the expense of the city,
and after the work was done at a con'ider-
able cost, the property ovnen protested
against its being stoned at their expense and
the work was dropped, although it is one of
our most important Streets, when trade ia
brisk and Front Street crowded with teams.
THE B7LET BOAD
Has excited considerable interest of lite.
The necessa'y grading has abeady been
done, we believe, and Botefcb his been try
ing his best to get the Street stoned. At last
account, however, his game was blocked
by the failu e of the other Democratic mem
bers of the council to rote for it. The
Riley Road is one of the best natural roads
leading to the city, good nearly all the year
and never very bad, even in the muddiest
season. Botefcb's plan was to stone the road
to Chetnnt Street, at the top of the Mil
above Shkbwood's Tannery, and leaving the
hill as it is, stone Chestnut Street to Ohio
Avenue. The only reason that can possibly
be assigned for choosing Chestnut S reet is
the fact that to Lager-beer Saloons are lo
cated on it and their patronage will be in
creased by the travel which would be com
pelled to pass that wsy, instead of taking
he more direct route to town. Another
Street, parallel to Chestnut, has the srhwl
house on it and a sound reason might hsve
been given for a'oning that, bnt the con
venience of the children was not though'
TBE MOBBISON STATE BOAT
May fairly be called the sum of allvil-
lsines in this Street business. In planning
and carrying out the improvements on that
Street, Botefcr baa acted wit hout the au
thority or consent of a single member of the
council. When the committee reported on
the pHition to grade '.h Street (the Mor
rison State Road) Kelleb opposed it, Bursa
opposed it, and the third member of the
committee, Mr. Ocbs, we believe, did not
examine it at all. Mr. Betts voted against
but when it was stated tbst the road
needed repairs and was really almost im
passible, be asked an explanation as to the
in'eotion of the petition, stating that he wss
willing to vote for filling np the holes and
rut', but not for any extensive work, as the
road waa unimportant. Botefcb distinctly
stated, as can be proved by every oth-r
member of the council present, tbst it was
not proposed to do any extensive work but
only to fill the boles and iu's, making the
road passable. With this understanding the
measure was voted for by all present, Bote
fcb immediately set to work griming the
Street aid building a culvert, and the work
already done will not fall short of Two
Thousand Djllaes. None of the council
supposed over $100 would be expended on the
entire road. The whole secret of this action
orjj be part of Botefi-b, is the fact that he
owns a lot at the top of the hill the va'ue
of which will be doub'ed or trebled by the
improvements made. He has been feather
ing his own test out of the city Treasury.
The men who pay for the work will not be
ieneGtcd a cent's worth.
It is plain that Botefcb has managed ev
erything to suit his whim or his interest.
iterpret ng tho resolutions and ordinn e s
ss best suited his purpose. That he has
served bis purse and bis friends very few
can doubt. The ryes of the more honest of
his party io the council are now pretty well
pened and be will fii.d some difficulty in
ear ing out any new schemes.
Book Binding. We have made arrange
ments with a first class Bindery in Cleveland
to set as their agents In this place, and are
prepared to receive boobs, magazines, pamph
lets, ornate, 4c, at publishers prioss. All
work will m alone promptly aad neatly.
Ziist of Letters remaining uncalled for
in the Post Offlos st Fremont," Ohio," on the
S8th of August 1S67,
O at Aldrleh.
VI" Klei aiEssfs,
K VT.T , ,
leo W Orcrtarsr,
-arson ft Co.
4rs Be le Rice, I
''homes Rsnah, .
Vends' 1 Sla'ss, '
i-s rat hr lies Slsnsr,
r. B-eier A Wrlfot,
Xra Lis Bov-r.
Utas Lvtiaa Baker,
a r 8i"ki.y,
Bro-k ft Bros, .
'a D Bo ton.
Mr 1 wary Carpenter,
Mlaa Natlia Day,
Jos' De ,hm.
Mi's O r Da Forraat,
Mia' Mar? K Emmet,
Mlas nnls rax.
I.oula O-tgwirs, '
Adam Haa, .
H. W. BUCKLAND, P. M.
[Items left over from last week.]
A Fight. Last Saturday after the Cop
perhead mass meeting was over, a brutal as
sault was mtde on Fkaxz Kexfk "because he
voted for Buckland." One of the Ooonrods,
who mrde tbe ssasult, was aires' el, tak
en before tbe Mayor and fined ss.UU.
Whether the penalty was made so light, b
eavseKxKft wasa Union Iiishman or be
cause his Honor considered the eoward'y
assanlt a " political offease," we don't pre
tend to say.
Tha Mayors Court Ju'y. A Jury Is
usually regarded aa an important body and
ought to be chosen wiib as little tegard to
party views and prejudices as possible.
Tbe action of the pro tent chairman of the
counrll waa therefore especially contemp
tible, when he appointed ss a otnmit ee to
name the joora to serve is the Mayors Court,
tbbeb corrsBBBOMEMBEBS, entirely ignoring
Mr. Betts and Brush, one of whom sa a matter
of courtesy, to say nothing mire, ought to
have had a plsoo on the eommit'ee.
Firo Department. The efRcers of the
Fire Dipartment, since the new eleotlont
sttnd aa follsws:
Capt. A. Torso, Chief Engineer.
Capt. G. F. WiittAlls, 1st Assistant.
J. D. Garrrix, 3d Assistant,
Pabi Krraa, Secretary,
Nat. HaTKRS, Treasurer.
Btscut n. d L. Company.
Fbed. Dchsixo, Foreman.
Wjc. HcrrxA, 1st Ast.
Cbas. Bennitt, 2 1 Asst.
Cbas. M. Mi BTnoxnT, Secretary.
Adam: Hooes, Tres'urer.
Fremont Enrjint Co. Ho. I.
8. MoCBROf. Foreman.
C, Bellinosb. 1st Awhtant.
Cbas. Lastz, 2 1 Asst.
JaO B Z 'Blf, Secretary.
AjrBBicw Moose. Tre'sirer,
jib rAcrson Steam Englns Co.
Savtel Labi-b, Foieman.
David Otto, Is' A'S stant.
Dabvix Class, 21 Asst.
W, I Soott, Secr-tary.
The fire last w ek, w.n a reminder that a
thoroughly organised Fire Department is a
nreessiiy, snd we hope that no pains will be
pared by the officers and to n to mike the
Department what it ahould ba in every respect
Dr Bs Dillon & Son have just received
sp endl I stork of Litter, 0 p, French Quad-
rile and Commercial Nte, which they of
fer at IjW rat's. Als 1 a large supply of Slate
Pencils on which they offer Inducements to
Oat Meal and Bermuda A'tow Root of
the best qua'ity can always be had at tbe
Drug Store of Dr. E. Dillon t Son
Falnta, Oils and Window Ghss sre sl
ays sold at the mo't reasonable rates at the
Drug Storeof Dr. E Dillon k Son.
The best Baking Powder warranted is
to be had at the Store of Dr. E. Dillon fc
500 lbs- Fruit Cement forealaby Dr. E.
Dillon it S in.
Tar. Pure Nrt h Carolina Tar in Buckets
for sale by Dr. E. Dillon & Son.
Lubin's Ex'racls st Dr. E D l.'i'n fc Son's
The Place wSere everybody goes and how
to find it, from whatever point you may sta-t
Ton will piss a'ong until you arrive at tbe
crossing of Front and S ate Sirects in Fre
es at, where you will ace ucosa tho atrwl
directly opost t the Oroghan House, Buck-
lands new block. In the corner ' room on
the first floor is the beautiful store of Bristol
and Taylor, supplied with mountainous piles
of best goods at lowest prices and smiling
eletks to wait upon you. This ia the place
ronstai.tly thronged with immense crowds
of peop'e in pursuit of good bargains who
never go away di"pi oin'ed. But thw is
not the place where every body goes, on the
north side of the block near the comer is a
flight of sla:rs, ascend those and when at
th" top you will see in front of you tie city
Library or Readirg Rojma visited by
crowds of the lovers of literal me. But
S ill this is not the place where everybody
irnes. At your left you will observe another
flight of stairs which yon will ascend snd
when at the top turn directly to the left and
pxss-lng through a door st the other end of
the hall yon will find yourself in the n.Ust
of a suitff very pleasant rooms, on the
walls of which yon will see neatly arranged
ome beautiful specimens of photographic
pictnroj. This is nothirg me nor' less
than Harris' photograpMo rooms where ev
erybody gO"S in trein -ndous never end n?
Cowds to get good catisfaclory t let n res
Prosperity .-NotwithVaodins the string,
tscyof the limes the Union Baine Col
l:ge of 0 eveland is met ting wl.h that mo
cess wi.ich is alike gratifying to it fit nls
snd the proprietors. Young men, see:ne
the importance of being fully prepared for
the busy times of the coming fall snd win
ter, which muit follow the abundant crops of
the entire country, are availing themselves
if tbe advantsges of this favorite institu
tion. We would say to the young men of
Fremont go and do likewise.
Get tho Best. Florence's, Howe's and
Singer's Sewirg Machines at reduced prioes,
for cash, at J. L. Jackson's, No. 2 Fabing's
Block, State Street Fremont Ohio.
Another Arrival f that brand of Lad
put 'up expressly for S. Buckland & Son's
trade. You can bet your bottom dollar on
Cans. Cans, Cans at Bu klanddt Son's.
Go to S. Buckland t Son's for all your
Fruit jars and cans.
Cocoa Florallne prepared from pure
Cocoa Nut Oil by Dr. E. Dillun'A Son is
delightfully perfumed and one of the most
elegant Hair Dressings ever presented to the
The Bordatt Organ Great Musical
Sensation. This King of instrument1, in
comparable for richness of tone, volume, and
we Winers is on exhibition at E. L. Crops'
Music Store. Its supetb qualities are pro
ducing a marked sensation throughout the
musical world and especially at tbe Paris
Exposition. The organ a complete
Orcheatra in itself buy it and
"The night shall be full of music,
And the cares that infest the day
Shall fold the'r tents like the Arabs, .
And silently steal away."
Enterprise in Education. Na system
of education is better adapted to rouse,
strengthen and give force to tbe mind than
the dicipline of a first class Business Col
lege. Such an, institute ia located at Ann
Arbor, M chigsn. It is worthy of note that
while inferior Commercial C illegs are ter
minating an ephermeral existence, this
Institute has kept on steadily advancing till
to-day it is more pronprr.ius than ever be
fore. For circular and specimens of Pen
manship, address .
AO.PAR80N8. A. M.
' . Aa Arbor,!
Stamped Stationary. One box of elegant-"
French 'Stationery,- containing two
qulrea and two paoka, one stamped with a
plain letter and one with a colored, will be
ssnt pott paid on receipt of $1 75, the regular
retail prioe. Address
HOLDEN, CLARK s CO.,
.346. Cleveland, O.
Our humble province it to tend the fair
Not a less pleasing thought less glorious
0 thoughtless ladies! even blind tofiste, '
Too soon you'll find all remedies too late, i
Sudden your h mors will be snatched away.
And you'll forever mourn the luckless day
When you neglected to apply "Barret t'a
Ve etable Hair Restorative," aa a preventa
tive to tHe approaches of baldness and grey
hairs. Yon cannot find each aa elegant toi
let srt'ele ebeohere.
On Thursday niorni g Aug. 23 i, by j
S'ackhnose. E-q., Mr. Fbascis H. Boob aud
Mt-a. Elisadetb A. Kixo, all of Jackson
t wnsh'p. . r .
FREMONT, O., THURSDAY, AUG. 29, 1867.
Corrected by D. Garvin & Co.
Wheat fl.80 to $1 00
Cora Sf 4'i bnahel.
Rye-tl 00 V buibel.
Oata 409 13 1. T boahel.
if ncktvtieat (grain) Wt. V bushel.
Flax Seed-(I N W bmhe).
Tlmoihr Seet $1 0 OOWbashsl.'
Clover Seed IS 00 T bushel.
Corrected by P. Close.
Flour 110 004$ U 00 WbbL
lard-lOi.Wlb ty the keg; lie. W ft at retail.
Smoked Tleats Hami, 10ots.gr Tb Bhoak
dera. 133. W ft ; Dried B-ef,)n. W tb.
Butter 16e VHk .
iEaTaTS 16.W dosen
Potatoes 80 s bushel.
Dried Apples 4 to Si. rib.
Green Apple f)e v bash.
Pear ti 3$ r t"'h.
Pesehes-t? SO V trash.
Oaioosv OOcW train r
Beeswax S to SOe. V m.
Salt-fine, W esek, 36s ; W bb!., $5 JO Oesne,
' bbl.. 33 .
Coffee Bio, a30a. Win; Java, S80s. r tb
Tea ISOSta OOWm. -
Banal" Common, by the barrel, V IN,13i
0 lac; Whlto,li"lSe. Vrb.
Kloe 12Xe Ttt.
Mackerel- 00 9 f 10 06 W H bM.f '
- aTromont Lime 30e V bosh.
Fremont Fish Market.
$8 SOT Bbl.
8 00 do
4 00 do
Fremont Lumber Market.
CORRECTED BY H.BINKUT.
One Inch and a haU, - - 148 VX
One Iaoh and a quarter- 41 "
OnelnehandX - 30
Ono Inch Red Oak, - - - - 34 ',
Seren-Elghth - - - , - Is
0ORKSCTID BT 0. KDGERTON
Fins - .
. tis oorjw
30 01 do
. 14 00
J5IS87 00 M
4 8006 00 do
Plne - - - - 14 00
MOFFAT'S LIFE PIIS
A5D PH(EMX BUTEBSa
The Host Successful Kediclne
In the World.
Established in 1S35 by one of
our most Eminent Physicians,
and now nsed throughout North
and South America, with more
pleasing results than any other
medicine in cases of diseased
Urer, Blood or Skin, Indiges
tion, Costiteness, Bilious Com
plaints, Rheumatism and Fever
Thousands of certificates are
in our possession, giving detail
ed accounts of perfect Cubes
effected by these invaluable
Medicines. They regulate the
System and put all the func
tions of the body in a healthy
8oUb7snDraggltta. White k EtmUad. Prvpri.
eters, Baocessors to Or. John HoSat sad Dr. W. B.
Mafiai, Ba Liberrj Street, New Tork.
TJSEREXNE'S PAIN-KILLING MAGIC
OIL. "It Works Like A Charm." Kverr peraoa
in this town will Sad it tor their profit as well sa for
their comfort. If they ass KENNK'8 FAIN XILL
IAO KAQH CIL when they hare Headache, Tooth
ache, Chilblains, Ague la the Face and Jaws, Lame
Shoulders, Rhenmatiam, Sciatica, Braises, Cramps,
3olds, Croup, sore Throat, or any pains of this ns
tire. The ladies will Snd Its me a blesaiag ts re
lieve their peculiar pains. It Is on of the beat
things to oas in a family ss a general remedy for
any kind, of paiofal disorder, or hart, or burn, ever
disoovered, sad it la clean and deliolona to nee. Use
it freely. Sold by all DrngginU, Merchants and Oro
eers. W. REV.VE. sole Proprietor and MaaarAC
tarer, PitUSeld, Masi.
Sold by E. Dillon & Son, at wholesale and retail.
a1S"2W w raswirw
New City Bakery.
J. Andrews & Co,,
J TAVE opened a new Bakry at Ito. t, Valletta,
IA. llocrc & Rawaon'a Block.
BAKING- DONE DAILY !
Urend. 1'lfs lind f'nbes. baked 111 (he
TEAS, COFFEE, SUGAR,
. SPICES. 8ALF.RATC3, SYRUPS,
FRUITS, Dried. Green and Canned
At ths moat reasonable rate.
Candles, Confectionery, &c,
In (rest rarlety
P reason t, Slay 10, 1367 56if.
On Blaek Ash 8hiugles to $3.87$ per
M., at the Mill, and $4.00 when
delivered for the Lest quality.
' Call pu J. Grnb aiSthf hooee below the mill or tha
snbrcritrr. R. W. B. MetKLLAM.
Fremont, ADjijt 8, 1657 81w8-
TllliGV'SBlOHTJ lathe ocas for pain an
IX -iiltnee In ini bac and I-iaat and all those
cmplaintarnaoltinicfrom deranirmnt ef the kio
n-y-and nrlnsry organs Sold in large b -ttles by
thedrnirjiate HARRAl.. RWLBT. Co..
n ,!.l. rrnrrlta. 11 iwamlur St.. W. T
MILO B. STEVENS.
ARMY AND NA VT CLAIM AGENCY.
(LsUSuiitary Commission OfBes.)
89 Bank Street, Room 15,
CLATMSforBoontr, Bek Pst. Pension, Insrease
Penaion. Pnea Honey, aad Oonnnnrstloa of
BaHens nrasewaUd sa reassnabls tsrata. At Raseeaal
TO CO.iaDMPTIVES-Ths asVartlasr, bar
ing bass restored to health ta sfewwsksby sswry
elsspU remedy, alter bATtnf snnsrsa ior b.t
rssrs with ssersrs innf sffesttoa, ana tnai tue
ilssass Oonsasaptiea Is aszioas to ssaks knows to
Ua fallow eaffsrarsths anans ef -nie. Te all who
desire It hs will aead a eopy ef tha prssoripUoa
aeed(fre.of ahsrfs,) with ths directions for prs
parinf and nsing the seme, which they will Bna e
seaaooaaroa Cossnerriow. Astbxa, Bsososms,
C070is,C0LDS,and all Throat aad Lnng s feet ions.
Ths Only object of thearertlaer la sending ths Prs
aeription late he Be lit the sfiistsd, aad spread Infor
mation whleh he soaeelTes to be lnrslnable, and he
honee ererr ensTersr will wy his remedy, ss It will
eostthem nothing,snd may pror. .blessing . r.r
tiee wiehlng the prescription, rasa, by return mall,
will Dleeee addfas ' BgV. IDWaBO A. WIL4UH,
(TUa30yaiir Wiiliamsbarg, sungs ue, . I
PIANOS. Is a eonntry when ths natoraJ desire
of ths people is to reach the highest point la AST, It
is ssry difflealt for saeosss to hs obtained without ths
most arduous labor. Public opinion is extremely
exacting and not always jast; bat often amnst and
cruel criticism has prodaosd the moat bene'eial i
salts; the free teat ImproTemtnts hars been made
under continued diaeou.atemcnta,and in many ano
seasfal tffjrts defeat aiemed certain to all except
shoes concerned. In no oas b anch of avi has there
been mora trials aad failures, sad in no siagls lnstra
meat la then so many different parts to perfect la
order to make ths whole asacMas as ths Piano-Forte;
this is alwayeattmdod with gnatozpenae. requiring
Itrge ospital aad patient perssTeranss. Gbotsstau
at Co., 490 Broadway, N. Y., commenced manuactui
Ing Fituot thlrty-sll years ago, aad Is ons of ths
oldest nooses In ths country. They diflerad from
th rest ef ths maksra la thia respect they aimed to
mak the best Inatrnment, and to ssll it for the
miss srejtt. Thaw rum. to-oay eaauei m es
alUd l.air alnrine oaality it murt.futl. and eaeili
retained through tne inoet lengthy paeeages. ror
pwer they are aaparalielled and are celebrate lor
their great brilliancy, exquisite touch aad eiesnee
The Olory of nan Is Strength. There-
foretbe nervous .no aeotiiwiM eaouiaiainwfii.teiy
eee tiSLMBOLS a Kxtkact Hncsu. -
A Cough, A Cold, or
A Sore Throat,
Rstrtais IaTMEsiATa attsktiov,
ASD SSOCLD BS CHSSJUD.
Ir ALLOWED TO OOS'IIMCS,
Irritation of the Lungs, A
ease, or Consnmptloai
.IS 0rTS5 THS SBSVLT
BROWN'S - i
batiso a nrasor nrn.cacs to tks tat.
errs ism ! mmj-ot.
r.r enHl, AMhnsn, t sisrrs, ties'
nmptlTS) aad Threat Diseases,
TSOOB-IS ABB CSSD W.TB AlWATS 00 SIWISSS
SINGERS AND PUBLIO SPEAKERS
.ihstM IVacAaeaaefnlla clearing ths Toice when
tt.Mf .ft.F an nnmnal exertion of thTOC.l Organs.
Th. Trtht$ are recommended and prescribed by
Physicians, and hare testimoniaistrom aminen ia
tknn.iuintUi, ennntrT. Beina an srtiole of truf
aurit.andh.TlnssrMsa'th.ireacaey by a test
many years, each year flndatbem in new locallitiei
Ineailone parts of the world, and th. lVeeaea art
OsTAisonlyBsowsa Srosobial Tboobis,' an"
to not take any of the Wmrtutn rauiasieM in.tm.,
telOer-d 8ol srasTWBiaa. 4SmSar
Miula.eel Y'ilfal Vlger are re-
js nedby asuoU)'SXT.oT occnu.
Fluid Exrtact Buchu,
la . aartaln cure for dlssases of the
Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel,. Dropty,
Organic Weaknen, ienuilt torn
plaints, General Debility, .
aad sll diseases of ths '
whether existing In
from whstersr esnss originating and no matter of
HOW LONG 8TANDIKU
Diseases of theae orgsne require th. us. of a din-
.1. If . . ..... I. inh lit!.! Id AmlBIUBtlAI
r Insanity may en-ne. Oar 1-eh and Mood are anp
. L .t: thA Health ad Hat.
aorxea roni -
voees. and that of eoeterity, depend, spea the
. -M - li.kl. ahuV
prompt n-e wi i"'".'. " J ..... .
HaLHaoLB BxTaiCt bucbu, MUblishsd apwsrds
. . .....
n je yeae. w "j
H. T. HELMBOIJ3, Druggist,
n , a i V.v Vn.lr .nil
104 Soath 10th Street, P nilsdelphU, Pa.
ERRORS OF yOCTH.-A Oentlemaa who
anffired for years from Nerrons Debility, Prematur.
n .i n th.fr!-ta of Toothful melioration.
USDlJl " .
will, for 'he sake of suffering humanity, ssndfree to
all ho need it, tne receipt ana oiresii..a mr
i mule remedy by which he oae cured, sir
- 4 -v . .Ml. h thiABdvarLiaiir'aexDeri
one can do so by addreeeiuf. In perfeot confidence
uoe, c r ,ni n nunis.
TllnSOysBi' Cedar street. W T
Shattered Constimtlona Restored by
Bbulbold e exraAOT du bu.
JACKSON'S CATARRH SSUFF AND
remedy ia catarrh, hesdach bad breath, hoarae
.mm. aatana, aroasalua, eoaiH deeneae, Ac. and
ji dianrdera resnltinc from eolda in head, throat snc
rooal organs. This remedy does not .try .pa eatar.b
bnt leotsae It; frees the head oiau OBcnsiTe
. .1.1.1. mnwlne bad breath and headache: allaj.
and aoothei the horning heat in catarrh; la so mile
and agreeable la its streets tnat it poeitiTeiy w
ariiacnl uuaing. As a Tsoobs Powbsr, U pismesnt
to the taste, and nerer nauseates; wiiea ewstiueu
,-..tl, iriree to the throat and tocsI organs a dM-
....nia ofaoliuu mnd comfort. Is ths beft
Voics To10 in the world. Try it I Safe, reliable,
.-a i. it Sold br drustrlita, or mailed free.
Addre, COOPER, WILSON A "CO, Proprietor-
Phtiadeipata. jutis v. i aa, umu v.
u -r r..iain. Ohio Wholesale Aseote.
, . uun. as fruitful aa this of malar-
urns dieeaaea. 5et only oa tbe prairies and In the
ralleys of th. wset; not merely in ail in. 010
hannta of torn aod Ago. am niuuu. ""
- . Arn.tratlne diseases been unuiu-
ally Tirulent ; bnt they hare x tended to town s ana
slUes new before Infested slth them, and hare
.Ten ascended th. mountains and attacked thous
ands of people supposed to have been placed by the
i. ..or, ahoea their reach. Hence we art
oonpelled to admit that a fearful element perrades
the Unirersal Air this season, sua euouiaa. uko
nanrt in the nnlT AneroTSd DrerentiTe of its eon-
quenees,H08TBTTRB'3 STOMACH BITTEB3,
tonic so sot-nt,aa autl-sptio so perfect, an aiiers-
1.. iMaiikU. mH. atimnlAnt ao nur. that
eaabl.s ths hums, aystem Io resist aad bams all ths
predisposing causes of disease. With tneeonnaeaee
that en. clothed in incombustible gannenia mign
awresmong Dialing buildings, the man who arm
ulauslf against malarU with tbU powsnui aemn
.fre snedicin. m.y walk a ferer aeoarged district
earless of Its insalubrious atmosphere. The inter
mittent, and remittents at present so general in all
u.t. nr tha eonntrr mar be bnt the forerunners el
a deadlier sooorge now on Its way w lot ward from
he 'ar East. Prepare thssyetem witn uosietter
tltttrs for a sueeaaafal battle with the mephitie
eaneeaofallenii'emiei. Be wise in tim. SoldeT-
erjwaere. Lew ion woriu, i"jt w, iow.
. . . .it i i . a ,ax
Dr. Sc-UeucK'e Palmunie Syrup. Thi
great mediciae eared Dr. i B. Scbksck. the l'ropri
etor, of Pulmonary Consumption, when It had asa
med its most formidable aspect, and when epeedy
death appeared to he tnerMahle. Hii pht eieiSEa pro
oonncedh'e ease incurable, whenh commenced the
us. of this simple butpouerf A tattly. Bis health
waa restored in a rery short time.anl no return of
the disease hae been apprehen'ed, for ail the eymp-
tomequiekly diaappesred, sndhis present weight Is
more than two hundred pounds.
8inds his reeoTery, he baa deroied his attention ex
alnalvely to the cure of Consumption, and th. dis
eases wMchen usually complicated with It, and the
-urea effected by his medicines hars been rery nu
neroos and truly wonderful. Dr. Scas.icx makes
prof-sslual eisits to eeveral of the larger cities
weekly, where he baa a lhrge concourse of patients,
snd it is truly aatoniahing to ses poor coiuuuipti res
that hare to be lifted oat of their carriages, snd
ia a few months healthy, robaat persons. Da.
Scbbxck's Pulmonic Synp, Seaweed Tonic, and
Mandrake Pills are generally required In curing
Oeuaomptien. full directions aceompany ewib, so
tost any one can take them without seeing Doctor
Schenck. bat when It is eouTenient It Is best to see
him He giTee adrlce free, bat for a thorough ex
amination with his Beaplrumeter his fee is three dol
lars. Sold by sllDnifiits and Dealera, price f 1,60 per
bottle, or $7.30 tbehalf dose.. All lettera lor adrice
uouM be address, to Dr. ?ciienck'e Principal Ome.
No. 16 North eth StreU, Fhlade phis, Ps
Plttsbnrg, Sept4 4,1867. Mxsaaa. HoaraT
tse A Sxith, Pituburg, Ps Gtt: I think I Am
only doing the part of a good c tixeu wheal testify
to th. great benefits rewired by me from th. una o
your Stomach Bittere during the lsat Sts years. So
journing for a time in the oil regions, in 1861, 1 had
a arrere billions attack, which, in connection with
dyspersia, left me in A rery week condition. I waa
tdTitet to try your Bitters, aud, hSTing pro cur. d a
bottle, found that they worked like a charm upon
me, eight pounds basing been added to my weight la
ths spees ef one week, and new life seemed to hare
barn infused into my syatsm, so much so, that I hate
seen Induced to use them a Try summer floes that
time. Aa a tonic. I ihlnk they are lnraluable.
This summer, hsTtsg had a simitar attack, (snd ss
btfire, much reduced,) although ualsr the treatment
of an A Ko. 1 pays' elan. I wss again obliged to hare
recourse to the old Bitters, aad with the seme good
rseult, hSTing gsiaed six pounds within a fewdsya.
I purchased a half dVstn bottles a few weeks since,
sad propose to uss them regularly as a tonls.
. Wishing yea ssory sseesss, I remain yours, grats
fcPy. . Wli-WlM JCU..
BALL'S TEG KTABLE SICILIAN HAIR
RES EWER has prored Itself to be the most per
fect preps ratios for thi hair STsroffanrd torts, pub
lic. It Is arsgetabU oom pound, and eeatainsne
iaJnrieasptwpsrtleewhstoTer. IT WILL KB3TOBB
SKAT HAIB TO ITS OBIOINAI. COLOB. It will
keep the hair from falling oat. It elssases the
scalp aad makes tb. halrsoft, silken and lustrosa.
It Is a splendid hair dressing. Ns person, eld or
yww g. should fall to use tt. IT IS BKCOlUfKND
BP AND U 'ID BY THS PIR3T htSDICAL AUTHO
BTTT. C-Aik for Hall's Tegstabls81cUlsn Hair
Beaswsr. and take no other.
, B.P.HAT IA a0..iratk,ir. H, Proprietors.
i- i - . l - r ran .
A CARD TO THE LADIBisWDB. DUPOM
"09 OOLDtN PIRIODICAL PILLS FOR Tt
NATE9, to One box Is suotelsnt In remorlng ob
trsitioai snd restoring nature to its proper channel,
quieting the nems and bringing bach the "Bosy
color ef health" to the cheek of the most delicate.
Pull aad explicit directions accompany each box.
Pries fl per box; six boxes, at Sold by one Drug
gist in erery town, Tillage, city andhamlst through
out the world.
Bold lu Frenunt by 8. Bae'iland ft Son, Druggists
Ladles, by sending them II to the PostoBee, can
here the pills sent (contdeutlally) by mall to any
part of the country, free ofpoatage.
Sold In rostorla by Dubois ft Roberts, and by
Strong ft Armstrong, CleTSland,0. iM
Helmbold Extract Bnehaand InraoTio
Rosa ITasb cares s-fcretaod detoatadlaorders in ail
rnelrata(ee,atlittle exponas, littleor no change in
diet, no InconTenienceand noexpoeare. It lepieee
sot In teste sad odor, immediate In its actioa,and
free from all Injurious properties.
March 1. 1887. TlSnSyl.
Ths Publishers of the
Fremont Weekly Joubsai.
Announce that they hars addsd to their
JOB PRINTING OFFICE
A large rarlety ot New Styles of Job Type,
AND ABB PBBPABED TO PRIST PROMPTLY
Beery dessriptlon of
PL Am AND FANCY JOBS
. sees as . .
Pamphlets, Fosters, EnTClopes,
Catalogues, : Programme, Letter Heads,
Circulars, Sale Bills, Bill Heads,
PstentR. Blanks, Horse Bills, Proteesion'lCsrda
Blanks, Labels, Business Cards,
Botes, ' Csrds, Ball Tickets,
BY THE HUNDREDS or THOUSANDS.
Orders for Work by Mail promptly filled.
Fremont.1SST. WILCOX ft GREEN B.
THE underelgned takes p'eaanre tn aanouneing to
tbe public, that hs nss sstabiished a
"REAL ESTATE AGENCY,"
At the Library Rooms In Baekland'a new Block,
All persone bsTing hoaaes or lands to rent or sell,
arill do well to tear, description and terma. Those
deairiog to pnrenaee or lease landeor dwelling, will
sleaee call. Prompt atiention gireu to all kinds ef
Fremont, Jane 17,1997. im6.
THE BOARD OF SCHOOL EX
Amtrjers for 8andoky County will hold seealoi s
''or examination of candidates for teacbereoertiflcstr s
t the High School bnl ding. In Framoat, oath, fol
InwtngdeTe: April 13th, SO'h nd 27th; May 11th
19th aud 26th; Jane 8th aad aJod, and July Sth
Exsminatione willing n at 11 A, k. Noeandldato
will be allowed to enter the elaes after 11 U . Euh
candidate I. reiulred by law to pay flfiyeentsasa
condition of examination, aud tolekTeaetamped en
eelope with the clerk of the board. Stationary wiU
be furnished by tha board. Candidates will pleaee
take notice, that the law requires, that tbey muat
pasa . aa'isfaetory examiaatlon in the theory and
practice of teaching.
The law provides for fburgrsdes ofesrtiScatee,Six,
twetre, eighteen and twomyfour mo.tba; th. sur
plus snd minus msy be need br the boaro to indicate
intermediate grsdes of qualification. A eertiSeat.
or aix months minnalndlcate rery Inferior quaiifl
cstions, and no teacher, holding auoh eertidestes
should be employed by school directors except as a
last resort to STold baring no school at all.
t. at. GINN )
J. B. I OVSHND J Examiners.
WM. WALLACE BOiS)
frsmont, April 1st, 187. Is. tf .
Amendmsntto ths Constitution.
THE STATE OF OHIO, . 1
Orriua or lbs Sxckitart or Stats. J
WILLI A I HKNBT SiVITH, SECRE-
tntthe following ia a true copy of a joint reeoln
tion, passed by the General Assembly of the State
of O bio, on the Sth day of April, A O. lo7, taken
from the original rolls on Ale in this oftiee.
In testimony whereof, I hare hereunto eobeerit
ed my name and affi ted the Great Seal
ft. s.l of tbe State of Ohio. atOolumboa, the
Sth day of April, A. D 167.
WILLIAM ;HKNBT ostlTH,
Secretary of Bute.
RelatlTe ta aa Amendment nf the Concil
iation prevlding far the extension of the
. oi in, aiate oi umo. ao orreDT wwii
Resolved ty the Uenerat Amemoly of the State ef
(Mie, .tnree anas or toe memoera eieeiea to bbniu
Hoaee agreeing thereto, J That H be aod ia hereby
proposed to the elector, of thle State to rote, at tbe
next aauaal October election, upon the approealer
rejection of the following amendment as a anbatt
tute for the Srat seetiou of tbe Sfth article of the
Constitution of this State, to-wit Every male eiti
sen ot the United Statec. ot the aee of twenty on.
years, who eh.ll bat been a resident of the State
one year next proceeding the election, snd of the
county, townahlp, or ward in which he resides, such
time as may be provided by lev, a 'e-pt aueh perenns
u hare borne arms in support of any inaurreetion
orrebellioa aeainat tb. goTernment of the United
States, or haee fled from their placee of neie'enee to
woid beinc drafted into the military serriee tbere-
rrf. or bare deserted the military or naral aerriee ef
aald (oTernmeat In time of war, sad has not sub
sequently beea hoaorsbly disshargsd from tbe ,am,
ahall haTethequalifieatione of an elector, and be
entitled to toU stall elections. ED- A. PARROTT
spesaeroz tne n use or Kenreaenianyes.
' . AJIDBEWe.MeBOBNET.
- 1 - - President ef the rienate.
Passed AprilS. l.7l , l&tnS.
13 THE MIRACLE OF THE AGE!
Gray-Headed. People have theil
lockuestored by it to tbe dark, lustrou
nlkc&tmes of youth, and are happy !
Young People, with light, faded ornrrfHair,
hare these unfashionable colors changed tq
s beautiful auburn, and rejoice I
People whose heads axe covered will
Dandruff and Ewmort, use it, and hav
dean coats and clear and healthy scalps I
IJald-IIeaded, Veterans bav
their remaining locks tightened, and tin
bare spots covered with a luxuriant growti
3f Hair, and dance for joy !
Young Gentlemen use it because it It
richly perfumed I
Young Ladies - use it because it keept
their Hair in place !
Everybody must and setZZ use it, becatut
it is tlie cleanest and belt article ia tht
For Sals by Druggists geiierall;.
Wholesale Ag ots.
8TR0V1 ft SKMSTKOMO.
CiSTelsn J, O.
For Sals by
C. B McTCLLOCff,
8. BCCSLAVO a SO.;
Free to Every hoely.
.1.. . - .Im1 lwinliirr.rfnatlASl of tbe
greateet ImporUnc-. to the rouug of soth sei-e.
I "CI HUB UOW ,3 BOBHIf Blf BOWIISB B-BS111B1,
epiaad respected, snd the forsaken lored.
young leay or grntienvaiK aaouiu inn eu eeui
Addrsss,sad recelTe a oopy postpaid, by return
Oil- - aansaaasi I. v. i""-.'i wm
lUfsklHTtB Trey, M, T
LAND FOR SALE.
FOR SALE. -For Sale cheap Lot
en htarfcet ret, Prs-out. o. p-,r
Err. J. . TautaJ-iOJT.
O0CSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
w bvwww rain ibn wpnB., wwn s toeei
int. BanlaH. W. 11 B. IruHteA MB. ,ka U m. mi A. I .h.
. . - ' nv. mmlw
Hwetelei's. Term, t onahle. rev parttoaian ap.
. i , an,, aaniua ntaiujr.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR
S LB I will sell en leseunaMe anra '-
ta-n 0r land, with a new .ed vanfortable
dwell!-, X ef s ndle.mth t tbe Tr-mnt enrpe-a-tlon,
alua aome ten sere lets W f u asle f-em the
corporation II J,eil on tb. mm mitt the ilx.
Bean uuiiy a tae'eo ror a-mnfrr rr.ld-.ee. Fee ear.
Urn 'a e.ll oa me at my rerlden o on p--es.'
e 'bf a. , m m : im
FARM FOR SATE. Ths tub.
ssrioeroa'-re tor etle h i ,pad' farm of
aerea lyt. near Jamee Msore's Mill. In Bell
eille sod Jseksou Townah'pe. srt'h thr-e sod barrel
two boas-e. twr. floe oreharta w0 good aMla and a
sprleg. The farm hae a boat 100 hundred eeree eg
tin. bated lead, a'l under ftee. aar) the reet Is ail la
a Sue state el en'tl-atiee. Price 9St per sere, is
pl on the pr. misc. lor particulars
Beams,. easva aaAaa aituwus.
House and Lot for Sale,
NBAB the Presbyterian Church. WIU he sold
cheep tf soid within the next as daye. Title
rw. rf.n liunt..!,.. .... a. . . . . . n .
' ' - - ' ."i wi saaaasa
0 J., opposite the Oroghan Bouse. , Slf
NICE HOME and one acre of Land, with fro it
Bius" B.HU .BiB-oiaiiuisiae, la ib.biijbi r ibhi'IT.
eery ch-ap atd long time for pay meets; also abeus
Xof oa scree. eTeteretreet. is Presaeat, aaiteM
eraay ttsouiaetu-iat establiehnient. and near the
aslneae.ortio.or tosrn. Cnqaireof O.L sTfJhB.
rrenwnT.Jan tn. ist ii
FARM FOR SALE A t-PLBN-did
farm in York Tewnabip, 4 miles frosn
He)leUB and 2 miles east rmsn Cly'e. lying on both
atdee of tbe pike and curtaining STS sstm of load,
sMl timbered out watered. There ere SO se es of
SreS tute orchard. The hones le eery good, ths
horae-barn and other bares are ha good eondittoa be
ins nrariT new. Tbe land le the b-al fcr wheat,
stock and general farctng purpoeee that eaa be f -nod
intneeoun'y. Tbe who e lain S st rate eeeditloi,
Ti ms liberal. Call at ths place or el rsss lh -aencer
for particulars; BAMCgL MOT IB.
32, m S. Cltbs- O.
FARM FOR SALE Ths undsr
stgned offers for sale his farm, tX miles
northwret of Premonty K mil. north of th. Pike,
coneisting of SO acre.. 40 cleared, balance tn timber.
The farm ia noely situated on the sreet bonk of tbe
Mosenlonas, the location being noted s. one ef the)
bandtomeet and he. thlat in the riciaity. Large
frame dwelling, frame hern. SSxSO feet, Sorgfaana
m il. srith near and permnieat horae-poweT attach sd
laetf.lL All neotaaary eot.hnildings. Three aerer
fai ileg sprinr asm one weU of good water Two eld
orchards if choice apple treve, tn nrtme hearing
Condition. A'so a Isrge otnober of peach aad sherry
treee,.rd en abundance of the smaltar fralto. The
Bum will be sold st a bargain If a rnrehaeer n ines
soon- 10 all T L ACQH1 B.
Farm for Sale.
TBE uaderslgoed offer, forsale h's farm, ettus4
in BallTille tow ship. Sandusky county. "hie,
fonr miles southwest of Premonton theSandushy
riTer,coataiaiog SO acres of band more or leee. erer
SO scree under a good e-a'e of ctltiTattnn.ls of H
rleor bottom and th. halaac. timber, situated ea
good roads, a comfortable houee, frame hern, bogey
house, good cellar uud-r the house, wood houee and
other oat do"r bulldioara, S od wells oi water and
cistern, on orchard ef to lanrebeartnc spn'etreeenf
choice fruit alee near, peach, plum ehemr. end
ether sum oner fruit- Aleo a bouse well airaetsd fer
rtiakftigatrap. For farther Information enquireof
tne ewoecrtoeron tne premises,
fltine") JAMES BIXTT.
A FINE FARM FOR SALE.
LOC ATI OH.
Ths farm tasltsa'Sd In B (Creek Township, White
rounty, Indian. It la three sniee froia Mon loello,
the Co ntTaast thrT:ng. lir.iv to -n I le tsre
mll.e frnm balmei'a 4tatne, oa the Vew Alba .y st
Hichigaa BaJroal, and It miles frcra the dtp eX
The farm eomprss 611 acres of high, railing prat,
rte an't timr 'and timber enourh tn supply the
farm fo- all rime. It is all sneloe d artth ru a anttal
fmee. ani the gre.ter part unoe- a btsrh state of out
tiration. Tbeie are tsro.aerwr failing spxings aad
one well of eaeeilent watsw An the fa m.
A larg.and convntsnt frams dsrel'lnr hoiae, east
SOT0. Two enod tenant houses, nut all n-e-esvy
barns sad out hnuaes. An npp' orchard of four
ban tred bearing trees abnat eierssi yore old, and
other Lull tresS. nod small fruit in aVrinlssrst
Porty dMlare per sere, Ooe half eaab down, tha
ho'once io ooe sad tae years, cesuxed, with interest
from date of sale.
Forfu'therpart'eulsrs, stdrese JOVA'H AW POX
Montlcetin, WMt rriuty. tod an v nr the editors of
PRE HON! JOCRriL. Piemint, O.
TV OTIC E. Notice is hereby given
1 1 tbst the partnorahip heretofore esiat ng be
tween Mi. J Bricbtwell an i Miss Coast We-'b-eok,
ia this !ar rllsawlTed. All ac-onn's will h. setUed by
Mrs. B iarhtwel , who w 11 hereafter euiry oa the
ku-iurrl at the "Id Stand.
Alius- M. 1SST, tie
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
tbe United 3tt-e for the iV-rrthera Dtstrlat of
i 'bio. In th mttr of damuel Lutee. Bint-apt.
tn Bankruptcy To wiom it mar eoncrn The ta
dr-rs-goed h-r-by give, notice of h'e appnin'sTrrnt a.
assianel of Samuel Lutve of Rller Towoahip. n the
Connty of ctandu.hr, aed 'ta-Suf Ofaio, with'n said
"istriet, who hae been njr. ged a Baakrnp ai
ble eam petition by the Disuiet Court of sold Dla.
Dated the tOth dy of August, A. D 1ST.
J. L. GBRKITg Jr.
Stw3, Assignee ol Samuel Lutes.
DM IN 1ST R ATOR'S SALE. In
pu-suanee of an order rrsnted by fs Proba
toa't of Sandusky Coanty. Ohio. I will or for -ale
at mb'ic auction, on Satn-dar, the Slat darofBsp
1 ember, A r 11-67. at 1 o'eleaV. P. M. of said day. at
the door of the Court House, in Pre mont, hm
follr wtng eeeribed real estate, sitae tod in h,b
dnrky toernehip, County of Ssnduaky, and Stats ef
Oiio, to srit:
The north pert ef the south west quarter sec
tion number twenty ,30. i township number See
(ft.) rsnge number Sfttea (le,) eontslalng Ofty (tot
acres of land.
Tsass or Sals. One-third In hand, one-third la
nine months and ooe-thlrd In eiibteeu months from
day of sale, with Interest; the d-ferred pej merits to
be secured tir rnortgsge nu-rn the errraleea old.
AufUSt IS, ISO?. M. D TPIRWgnHTKR,
Slw5 Administ-ator of Peter We ker. decased.
MESSENGER'S NOTICS Thlala to gte nrxlee,
that on the ISth day of Ausuet A. D, 1ST, a
warrant in boakrup'ey waa issued agalaet th estate
of prederlck Hedrlck. of Premons, In the
County of Sandnsky, and State of Ohio, who has been
eflja-'ged a bankrupt on hie own petition; that the
patm-nt ot nnr d h-a and dellrsry of any proper tybs
icnptlng t such bankrupt, to him, or for bis use,end
te transfer of any property br him sr. forbidden by
la : that a meeting of the creditor, of said benkmpt,
to pror. their debts, and ehone one er more aa
eiaueeeof hie eetate, will be fa-Id at a Court ef Bank
rup'ey. te be holdea at Korwalk, Baron connty, O
b-fore Pranklln Sawyer, Era. . Begistn, rn ths 7th
day of SepU, A. D. lSST.at 10 e'elotk A. M-
Dsputy V. 8. Marshal, ss Messenger.
HOMia EvsuTT Att'y for PetiUorer. nSe-wt,
O MARY E. PSA"E. JOHN R.
Pease, Bdsnu E. Peeee. Helen Pease. Pmnets
Peeae and U'ram L. P.ose, you will tasr notiee that
on 'he 20th da, of Auenst, A. D 1SS7. R w, B.
MrLellon 4 e in t e S :e of tbe C era of the Ccurg
of Common Plesa. of saedneBy County, wh'o. bin
petltioe ofnvnat tbem, aile'g-ng that he le ssd of
an eBiate i. e m oon m the following buds and
Xbeson'h freetion of "etrtlon three 3,1 townsnfp
four ',? north raore llf:a-n 15.1 being tbe same,
nda onreyed to R. W. B. McLe.lan sn John R.
P.. ey Jesee Prior ard R-b-eoe Prior by need of
neral wirranty dte.1 Ja- nary 2otb, 189, b-ine; tbe
one UD'ividrd bs'f fX Ih-reof, that eaid Mary g.
Peace, J-hn B. Keaa-, kdwio B Pease. U-len Pe.ae,
Praneia Peass a. d Hiram L. Pease; aa tbe heirs at
law and legal repreentrtiTwe of Joba R Pease, late
ofSanduaky county, d- c-a ed, h'Te .a estate ef in.
heri anoe In the aaid premtses, being the one eual
nnd.Tided half thereof.
Tbeprujer ef raid pt tlon ts lu snbetanee? that
par'ition mar be mate o sld p-emiere, ex.
orpting tletefrrm vi.ee ot land on tbe south .act
aorner ol sai-l south fraction of section th-re Ilea
the SaadikT r ver, h-iug tbe bit oa which tb riaz
s-setnrr baildinps eland, bemg about three acres of
land, together eilh the wat.r poseer made br lb.
en id rirrr ia its peeesge by acd ecjofni-g said east
sidsof soideecUoa. and Inelndinf inch a S'rlp or
pi ee of lend on sa'd rlrer hank ac thaco amlseloaers
ther-inof erto be spxlated, shall d-ta-mm- to be
necessary forth, future ua. of ealrl va'er pewsa-.
They ar required to answer said petition by th- SOth
dar of September, 18ST, or the same will be taken as
confessed. B. W. 8. McLElLAN.
Si4 by J. L. Gausses A Son. bis Atty's.
T' EGAL NOTICE. Edward Loud-
J-sl enslejrer e, Qeorv Prnbn and Rachel rrnboe,
t al In Sandnsky Common Pleas, sieorge Probrsn
snd Bachel Pmhtt. whose place of r1 lenoe is un
known, wi l take not1 re that th. olaintitT oa the loih
-lay of July. A. D. 1867. Sled h'e pti"'on era net
them and other, with tb. Clerk of th. Court of
Common Pleas or rt.ndnskr eoenty, nbin. alleging
smocc other tbtece that oVfesdants en tbe 4 h da v
of May, A l. tSen, mrde, executed and CeUvred to
one Job. P. Klderki. th-ir deed of nmrtcaae to sw
ear, certain promtrsirs note, of even dve tlr-rewitn.
Siren oy sain ir-. rs rronne te esia Joan r Elder
kin, on th following lands and tnmnta. tn-ettt
LoU two ('-.) 'hree (3.) four (4) and Sre is.) In Pratt s
sddttloa to tbe tou of a -.,). em,-tr ef 2andae
ky, and Slate of Ohio; that plaintiff la the ewear of
Rn of said note., on rir oe nunured and el btr
dollars dne May 4th. 1867, one tn- one hundre and
eighty dollare due Mar 4th. ISoS. and ne for en
Hundred and eitbty de liars due Mar 4th. 163. all
drawing Interest from Mar 4th, 1S66, that said mart
f see de-d has bec-ime sbeelut. Tbe orayer of eaid pe
tition ia that said m-irtgair- may be foreelod eel" land
sod tenements sold, ana th proceeds ari-toc from
said Bale be applied to tbe pe-mto of the amountn
due and to become due on eaid notes aa i mortcsgee.
They are also not fled the tbey are required to an
swer said petition by th. 21 tn. day of An rust, A. D.
1007, or the aome will be taken as eo f-sd.
j. i, anas at nax,
Jn'y 10. 18T. 28S. Arfye for Plaintiff.
WI hae rsvepened our Coal Tan! and eff'rtu a
superior article ef Smith Coal tor aeyeu iZiZ
niOmd. V. JEHX at CO.
CINCINNATI LAW fcCHOOL.
The Sh Annual Session -t the Clne4anM
Law Bhanl,wlll coaamence oa WedVesday, Oe'ocer
18th. I'! and ooetlnie until the Sd W-chwaday et
AdHI. lees. For est on er iDferrsatioe ado-can
S4ss sgKasis avAAii.1, oiaaitvaati, O,