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TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS.
CLEVELAND & TOLEDO RAIL ROAD.
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POST OFFICE HOURS.
OPENING AND CLOSING OF MAILS.
Tbroarh Hallgolnf Rant, clones at 6:30 F.
W Mail rotor EasUelnses at 10:fc0 a.
ThrMia Matt irotn. Wet,clo.rs at 10:00 a.
War Mallg-oing West, closes at :S0 r.
:Thront;h Mail treat the gaatepmsat...... 11:30 a.
War sUilfrom the Beat opens at 7:V0 r.
Throuirh Ittllfrcin lue West opens at 8:16 A.M.
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L. E. & L. R. R.
Mailt leave oa the L B L K ai .... 11 :1 a. m
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To RoHeravtll.Tne3dara and Friday at 1 r.
T Black Swauip.Satardara-at 10 a-
FREMONT, SANDUSKY CO., OHIO
FRIDAY, OCT. 4, 1807.
SEND IN THE RETURNS!!
We particularly request the Chair
men of the several Township Commit
tee?,' the Candidate?, or some other
good Union men, to send us the returns
of the Election in their townships at
the earliest convenient moment. Send
full returns. Qivethe number of votes
cast for everv candidate on both tickets
and for aud against the Amendment.
If you are near a telegraph office, send
the telegram at our expense. We hope
to have the returns from tho County all
in by midnight of Election day. The
Republican Club Room will be warmed
and lighted. Bring in -the Returns !
MEETING OF THE
Union County Cen. Committee.
Members of the TJniou Cuuiity, Central
Cummitti e are notified that there will be a
meeting of the Committee at tLe Club Ivoom
id F reniont, , at 2 o'clock on the afternoon of
Next Saturday, October 5ih,
A. full attendtrrrce is particularly requested
M. CHANCE, J. H. GREENE.
MEETING IN BALLVILLE.
TLe Union otrs of Ballvillc Township
are notified that there will be a meeting at
BabioLC School House to-morrow (Saturday)
evening, for the purpose-of completirg ar
" raugenjents'for Klection Day; Every Union
voter in the Township U urged to be pres
eat. By older of the Township Com.
Union City Meeting.
The Union men of the several Waida cf
Fremont are informed that there will be
Alecting at the Club Rooms on to-morrow.
Saturday evening, to complete arrange
ments for te election. Let every Union
man who has an interest in the election at
tend. By order,
Meeting in Townsend.
There will be a Union Meetiug at Golden 's
School IIous.v Towusend Towuhip, Situr
day evening, Oct, 5th. Speeches by Messrs,
Chance and Fowler. j
Meeting at Genoa.
There will be a Union Meeting at Qai oi,
Otlowa County, this Friday evening, Oct.
4lh. Speeches by IL Everett, Emi., and
The Council did nothing of importance
ou Monday eveni g.
Court adjourned uulil tha 15th r.s was ex
peeled. ' ' :
Driving Pa-k Euiuemucr the Driving
Park meeting next week, Oct. 10th, 1Kb,
12;h. The "Fall Meetint" will be the
most interesting ever held in this city.
- The Drouth continues. If rain does not
all soon Sandusky river will not hove ,
r-ler enough to float a pollywog. It has ncv
, er been so low. before bir.ee Columbus dis
. Several, excellent letters which have
been received since our lastissiie are delay-
ed for want of apace this week. ' We hope
our friends all over the county will continue
to keep us posted as to local news.
The Yacht The Yacht is just the thing
"" for our citizens on the river. It makes Sin
dusky aud returns the same day, cn1 runs
. expressly for the accomodation-of its passen-
j gore. ". ' 'I ' ':
Suicide. A German named Sirjoilet,
living at .CJyd'i, having had difucully with
his wife, she threatened proceedings against
him, and left tha house for that purpose.
While she was absent Smollet swallowed a
quantity of corrosive sublimate, and died on
Friday morning early,.' ...
Xaittle Riley. Kilejr township had
mora voters in tliefr Delegation at
Clyde than they had at Fremont, at the
Grand 'UtiWu -Il'-tUy. If ot.r p;;r:y liatl
such workers in every township as ltiley
has wo houM carry tth? county by live hun
Music at Midnight. The Serenade
Band"T went tha "grand rcuudi" Tuesday
u'ght, and favored a number of our citizens
iwith some exct-lifut new muic ou their
stringed instruments. They are entitled to
many thanks, and c hereby ttndor them
4ut share. Long may t hey wa vc ! J -
I" Clyde. The Mat-s Meeting at Clyde lat
-Thursday wai the largest ever held iu the
ounty outside of Fremont. The rpeeches
of Gov. Habkimax .itid Joas'A. Biitiaua
were just what the people wantd to hear,
and election day will s'iow whit they did
for ns in the way of votr.
Boards, of Election should ejreiniue
carefully all naturalization pipeiv, presented
iiy person who wi-h to v,te, ai.d 1 e .ure
vnai iney aie.r'.ntif nn is. mauy wi.l no
H mbt try tovo'.e on nrst pip r , but tH
law riqu'res them to have tlu'ir )inu! natur
alisation papsrs bef.iiv ll.y a;e voter.
2tj2?ti?? . -and' After,-.,The . Djaitcratic
candidate for Auditor is busy ju-,1 now with
his German acd Irihh friends (?) button
holing, troatiog Ac, tc. Wait un"il after
eleetion and gi-e if his aristocratic nife
iloeVnt turn op'wheiiever ho gels into the
vicinity of an Iris-h or Grtmn wo-kin-;
man. , ,
-Examine your Tickets. Every Ke
puV.iiari eloul I examine his ticket before
Ttf ing, and see thai il is all right. One of
the tricks of the Corpsrheids is to print
Ciunterfeit Unun tieketa-wiih tli3 names of
nn" of the'.r ' cindi lat.s inserted ia the
place of the Union candidatei. Look out
for-llie cottntert it!- -
Colored Christian Chnrch .ffi'iroiis
Joi-ekaL. We take th's optortuuity U Hny
to lha public that, the proceoils of the
Festival held for this church on the 17 Sept,
1867, amounted to forty-three d'.llai-j and
ninety-three cents, and that the nett proceed
were forty dollars. The money raised there
by, ia to be appropriated for the erection of
a houae of divine worship for the special
use and benefit of the c doml citizens of
this plac -, aud that materials for the founda
tion of mid building are already upon the
ground. We shall proceed to erect the same
as soon as practicable. We aUo embrace
this opportunity to offer t tho citizens of
Freiront, especially to the Lad ins, our
iLCera thanks for the liberal donations they
presented us for the Festival. These marks
of sympathy, chaiity and benevolerce shall
ever retain a place in tho history of this
church, aud live Toiig in the iiuin ny of
poor and downlrodd'-'ri people;' the happy
recipients thereof. We whh our friends in
the country to understand thtt they are not
forgotten, that our thanks areas freely tx
tended to them. By ord?r Ltnif.s' Com
mittek. We also wiih to call tho attetitir-n of the
I'tibl-e to the foc that CMnin malicious
members of our community, have cirenh t 'd
a report that our church is not an incorpor
ated clin ch, and is distinguished by no
name, and :s therefore without the protec
tion of law. We admit (hit wo belong to
no ecclesiastical juiisdiction established
previous to tlif origin of this church, but if
any one wishes to know whether this is a
lawful y constituted or incorporated church
baviig protection of Jhw, or whether it has
a right to exist and transact business like
other churches, we refer hini to tLe records
of the county court of Sandusky county
which . we think will explain tho whole
The Colored Christian' Church of Fromont,
A. REVELS, Pres't.
J. C. JENKINS. Sec'y.
Come Home! If there are auy Repub
licans away from home, and within reach of
our call, we beg them to cotne home be'bre
election day. If we cannot reach them we
urge their friends to summon them at once.
There is need of every Kepublicau vote,
not perhaps to save the State from a Copjcr
head Government though that is a con
tingency to be provided against but to pile
up such a majority as will effectually crush
Copperheadisin in this State, give encouragement-
to our friends, and check Andrew
Johnson in his mad course that tends direct
ly to another civil war. Whatever the bus-l
oess that calls you away, if there is a possi
bility ol doing so, come home, so that your
ballot can he deposited on Tuesday the
eighth of October.
There will be no stragglers or absentees
from the Democratic rauks. Their leaders
are marshalliug their forces for the rnoat,
despeiate struggle ever made, for it is their
death struggle. - Not a Kepublicair rote in
Sandusky county can afford to e lo-;. He
who loses his vote ou that day, exeept . in
case of absolute necessity, miy have cause
to reproach himself ever after.
Base Ball Matters.
Tub Game be. ween the Eurekas and the
rortage Clob of Elmore, resulted in tie
victory of the lat'er by a fco:c of 74 to 53.
Lack of pace forbids a full report of the
Practice) Game. The Eiglu3 of liali-
ville played a fine practice game with a nine
made up of the Croghans and Dexters en
Wednesday, resulting in a" fC3ie of 30 for
Ballville to 43 for Fremont. V
Danced Arrangements are being made by
the Dexters loiveagraud dat.ee at Mam
moth Hall one week from to night. Turo
out aud give the bays a ronsing benefit.
The Match for the jiriz .of $10 00, of
fered by the Agricultural Society, v as play
ed yesterday, t':e scores star-ding Croghans
5; Dealers 43. Neither Club played their
Clippers. The Clippers played Bellevue
yesterday and won the game by eleven tal
Departed Capt. Gk. Ki-miwav, of the
Sparta Wisconsin ljxijk, made a raid last
week on our city, and after several days of
heavy skirmishing, succeeded last Tuesday
in capturing aud carrying away Misj. Amy
Norton, only daugh'cr of F. 1. Nokton,
The ceremonies c:iMitctcd with the sur
render weie admirably conducted by Iicv's
Young and BuaiiNCLL and werj witnessed
by an assembly of sympathising frietids,
which was one of the largest at.d most
brilliant ever seen iu this city, ou a similar
Down the River. Last Saturday we
took a delightful trip down the river, to the
Club House on the new Steam Yacht, the
Mary A. HoiOcr. The little Steamer runs at
the tate of ten miles an bnir, tiid is just
the tLi..g for a fin ill pleasure patty of six
or eight couples. In a day's trip a pjrty
might visit every point of iuteiest betwien
here and Sandusky, eat the best el dinners
at the Club House, aud return before dark.
There is no pleasure trip like one dewn tho
river and as soon as it is understood that the
Yacht can be chartered for excursions of
this kind our citizens will not nciihct their
The New Block of Ames & Close,
on Croghaa Street, is nearly enclose.!. Ap
plicants are ready to take tLe rooms as soin
as they can be completed and ready for
business. Mr. Jons Lynch, now iu the Ue-
corder's office, has engaged one of the rooms
for the purpose of opening a Grocery and
Family Supply Store. Mr. Lynch has all
the qualities necessary to hiild up a good
trade and a host of friends who are ieady
to give him a good start.
If the- Mvtstuger bad as much wit as a
swskiug gosling it would see that the long
est hiaded of the Dcmocialic leat'ers have
clready given up the defeat of the An Bail
ment as hopeless, and are trimming so as to
catch a part of the culored vot-3, alter it shall
be adopted. But the .Vcseitr t.lways
mistakes the longest ears for the longest
hea's and it goes he-hawing after them,
braying "Xyjy.r! K'ujger'. Siyrjer ijtr gtr
jtrr!" iiu tho old oithodox . Democratic
style in vogue before the lisod.
Voting Places in The City.
Polls will be held at the following places,
for She Electiou next Tuesday:
i'ir( W'ai'd. In Teter's store, Clapp's
building, corner Front and Gariison Streets.
Hceond Jl'arrf. At the Eug'me House, on
Third Ward At the Win. Tell H..uh
Township 1'olln. At or ncir Stuber's
rocery, ou State Street i
Sporting. The sporting scison is c'o e
t hand, and this fall those who wish tori j-y
(lay or two on the river -call leave on ti e
Vacht in ihi morning, and Mine back t lie
itne or the next evening and h.t e t'.c best
sporting on tiie river ai d in the n.aish.
The b?st of it all is that thesj trij s are very
inexpensive and besides the Yacht leaves
passer gets and their sporting boats at just
tiie piece they wish to stop and takes ihm
up again on their return.
How They Love Them The C p.?r
hesds are loud in their p-ofessions i;f I ve for
the workingmen. How much xro the
Copperheads in Fremont doii g for the wcrk
irgnien when they pay titem for their work
city orders, which the Treasurer will not
cih and which they ore obi ged to ceil at, a
heavy di-ount to tho "liiug" to b-iy their
daily bread. Tley use tho workirg men to
the pockets of their own party pet.
The County Fair.
U'c are compelled from want of (-pace and
time this; week to piitp-.'ne liny detailed
notice of the County Fair, now in p-ogress.
To-day. u the last day. , Tho Fair is, we
believe, an aveiago oi e, in point of attend
ance ai d rfeeipVj (hr.ugh . ferhaj s the
ei.tr: a have fallen below tho?e of fori) er
years. Tho-weather hr.a been cool at d
cloudy, pud th nuuiVr of people prefect
Thursday was wry l.vgii. T'o-Rbull publish
Iho awnri's of I'reiniuius r.s soon as the list
is prep ire 1 bv the Secretary.
Quia Shan. A good thing happened at
the "Democratic meeting" in Madison town
ship, the other Tuesdiy evening, which is
woith rcportiug. A. B. Lindsay, the cop
perhead c n lidate for 1'rosecutiug Attorney,
-mounted 'he sttr-d to get off l.is perch, and
commenced by asking if there wore any Re
publicans in the roon? If there were, he
would Like to propiund a f tr q'Hii'iior.s. Ke
was told t-i "propound," and theretiiion be
gan asking snue questions which fcorne sol
diers promptlv answered. ThU confused the
speauer, but he was worse confounded when
they began ask'ng him qoeitions, and very
soon reacind back for his hnt aud stiirt-d for
thedor! The chuinoati tried to coax him
to stay, but be was tuo bailly frightened to
listen. A cU wis then n ad- for three
chterj for the De'iiociiitic lie et, wh'n i ot
more tiiati f-jur or five ;o s-ns lestou-Itd,
givinouiy two ia-itt ehteri:. - A csii for tiirfe
cheers and tirr f-r t4.:. ll.tws and ihc
Uni'-n Tick , wks answered by such a hearty
response tint ilr- few Heon eiS'R present ti ok
their I'enarturc sab:er, ami it it to behojjed
Bully for Md son !
Jicuiember ihc meetimj at the
Room Saturday evening.
Logan and Ashley. About 7 o'clock
on Tne-c!ay evening, a telegram was received
from Findlny that Gen. John A. Logan was
aboard the train for Frcmout. Notice was
tt cuco fcatiertd through town and seut to
BallviPe, at that hour, and before 8 o'clock
twelve or fifteen hundred peojile sssembled
in Mammoth Hall, anxious to see and hear
the gallant Logan of Illinois. When he
made his ajipeamnce iu the Ha1!, he was
greeted with long continued and deafening
applause. He was accompanied by Hon
Mr. Ashlfv, ol Toledo, and we were favored
with speeches from both. The meeting was
cnlhubiaatic aud tho speeches we e telling
and co;.viiicing tl roughout. Logan was
pretty nearly used up from coast-Jnt out-door
speaking; but we were all gratified to get
eveu a glimpse ofhis matchless style.
Man Killed. A man by the nan.e
Falchman was killed by having a burning
tree fall on him, which he was chopping, on
Tuesday last, in Washington township. The
accident tI:-a::pcncd in the "deadening" on
the. fai m of the widow Ovikmkykh, cear
Washington Station. The unfortunate man
lived about thirty mi mles after the accident
He was bi.lly buisid ahd burred by the
failing tree. He was German, in poor cir
cumstances, and leaves a wife snd five child
rcn pcniiiitss. We are obliged to Mr. J. J
Walters for the above iuf-wmatiou, the ac
cident having happened wilhiu a few rods
of his hous--.
tf'Let ever liepublicaii in Fremont
who hits an interest hi the Election, at
tend the meeting at the Ch'b "j.lnom to
morrow Saturday) evvnimj.
Attempt at Rape. A M ranger, whose
name we did not learn, who c.!.m into town
by the train f om Findlay, at'em; t -:d tncom-
mit rape on the person of a litt'e girl of
tcivj years daughter f John Jvknkli.v,
wh i lives mar the warehouse on Wtdni-s-d.-y
cvc iing. The crits- of the girl
alarmed the ecrounilrel and brought several
persons to the mcuc win stippid him
wh-n be a' templed to run away and deliver
ed him into the hands of Marshal Powkbs
who took him to jail. He resisted the of-
tirers and mv.le such a howling that half
the town wss roused. Histiiil takes place
Caution. It happens at every election
that touie foreigners who are not naturalized
otter their firs', papers as asi evidence of their
r'ght to vit", ei'l er through ignorance of
the h.w r with criminal intent. The law
requires that fcuch persons shall hive their
final natunlizalio:; papirs in order to vote.
Let the Uni n challengers at the polls be on
the loc i: out for such eves and promptly
challenge any such person so offering to
Township Polls. The Sandu-ky town
Siiippo.-l will DO near clutx-rs grocery, on
Stile Slieet. No p.-rsou cm vote at this
poll v h retid- s iu the city of Fromml ; and
no person can vote ti; either of the three
Ward pol's whi resides in Smdusky town
ship ouUide of Ihc city of Freuioul..
Botkh u, Wilmih (iha long-eared animal
who brays through lie: e -diimus of the
VuurUr) and othe s "in the ikg," who
hold cny OrderSj rtc-'-ive one hundred cents
ou the dollar for them ; while the nu n who
work ou the s'reels, wl o have to take city
O.ilers as p.y, can get tut fifty cents on the
dollar for them. T Irs is the result of the
Copperhead control of city affairs.
Robbed. Last Saturday night a mai
from Clyde, ge.-.crally known es the ub'g
Frenchman" and a s;ddkr by trade, cot
intoxicated, and while in that condition was
"gone thiough'' by. gome unknown person to
the smauut of a tew h it, a tilver watch and
a picket-book containing about $18,00 in
Union Eotel. The Union UotI at Green
Springs has been lenfed by Mr. M. A.
fcKiNNEB, l ite of Cleveland, and is soon to
beivlitwd and put in good c-mdition for the
ravellii g public. Mr. Skinnkk is one of
the few men who ' know how to keep ho'.el."
f nd we arc gl.i l that he has located in our
Working Men! How do you like to
tiika city (Tilers in payment for your work
and tl.ea be obllg'tl to sell them to the
Democrats of 'be King" at 75, CO or 50 cts.
tin the --'ollar when tiny can go ftra'ght to
the city Treasury a id tlrsw money on them
while yon 'who earned the mrney by hard
work CAN'T GET A DOLLAR.
Too Many Tieasurei'3 How many
t'easuieri has the c ty of Freuiou ''. Eldek
kis scns our citiz-ns to lioTEi t n and Bot e-Ftti-sttt'.ds
tl.em to Fkkntxel-- ct Hallb.
The fi-w rich Democrats who aie "in tho
ring" piy money for city orders, but ti e
TicAsmor of liifl city d ui'tl How is it, Mr.
Ktaiember thttt J. W. Walterson, the
Union candidate for Treasurer, is a disabled
sol lier and a poor man one who has lost
his health in the rervire of his countrt'.
'iie for Writteron.
g-'iT We ;tsk every IrisLinan in Fre
mont to read tbo atticio in itnotber col
lo iiiied " Voice front ail Irisl;
1 v. Licit ut:. copy iV'nit a I'eniau
ptibtisliod in Chicago.
Vro printed and ready
for distribution to the
To wash ip Co mraitlees.
GET OUT EVERY UNION
VOTER IN YOUR TOWN.
If you want a good pair of youth'1! kip
bio'sf-r $100 g.. teS-nith, 8homo ct Co.
Wa'l Paper at Cost-S. Buckland A
Su off.-r Arale a fine stock of wall pap'-r
at cost. Look at their prices:
Thirty-Five c-jut Paper at Thirty c-.nils.
Twenty-Five cent Papcrat Twenty ceulg,
Twenty cent Paper at Fifteen cent".
Fifteen cent Paper at Twelve J-j' cents.
Twelve . cent Pajwr at Ten cent?.
Now is the time to buy your paper.
Ladies! if you want a pair of fine la:ge
double sole congress gaiters with silk goring
or $2,00 iro to Smith, Shomo itCi. -I')w3,
Clothing for the People. People who
want clothing of good quality, substantially
durably made and good for wear, can get it
at Munk's, near the Pest Office, without
paying two prices for it.
Smith, Shomo t Co., keep a heavy stock
of Boots and Shoe for wholesaling, canre-
quentiy c.tn giveb'tcr bargains than othe
retail dca'ers. -" 40tv3.
..XJruzSand Medicines People who
stand in need of drugs ami modic'nes shoulti
always go the oldest and m st carefully con
ducted stores. I lie iccidei.ts waicti happen
from the c ireie sness of Clerks in putting
up nudicines, arc frequently fa'al aud itis al
ways best to purchase of men whose long
experience makes accidents impossible. We
advise our readers to buy all drugs, medicines
patent niedicints, eVc, Ac, at tl e old relhble
store of S. Buckland & Son.
Capt Thos. HI. Heimes formerly of
ties 10:h O. V. I., now of the firm of Lnvelle
it Heiinrs, Engravers and Siincel CutterF.
Cincinnati, is canvassing the city for a'l
size brands for Barrels, Boxes, Wrapping
Taper, Ac. He does lis work up good and
can be fouud at Ihc Kessler Houss for ore
If you waul a good pair of men's kip Boots
for 3,50 go to Smith, Shomo ifc Co. J0tv3,
All is New! Those who wa'nt to buy
Groceries and Provisions cheap, call at G. F
Buchnian's store. No. 5, F:ibinir tfc Heim's
Block, State Street, lVenn.nl. 3f!(v3
If you want a good pair of Boy's kip
Boots for $3,50 go to Smith, Shomo fc Co.
Fruit Jara. S. Bocklat-.d it Sou are
bound to lead the trade iu fruit jars. They
have iind experience iu buying and alwavs
select the kind which are known to be reli
ablej anil their customers may be sure of
The biggest stock ol goods ever opened
iu Fremont at L. M. Mithtrl's Now Auction
Room in Deal's Block.
Don t Fail, to cdland cxuuiue Buck-
laud fe Son's stock of Fruit cans before buy
We advi'-e every body to call at L. M
Micl ael's, Deal's Block, and examine his
gcols before baying eUewber-'.
Tho best British Hose, single shrink and
hoop skirts al L. M. Michael's new ttire
Deal's Block, orner Front iiil Gariison
A Great Gathering in Fremont! Ex
citing titms! Base Bil mat'er-! On Situr
d.iy next all the ba-e ball p'ayers in the
Stite will for particulars inquire at liar
ds iihotoL'rapn rooms m iiiickl.aid s new
block. 38 w3
The nicesl cloths tor the b ast rnouey al
L. M. M cl.ftel's, comer Front Hnd tGan ison
Strie!, Fremont, Ohio.
Colored Paint3 A coiun'clo tSHort-
ment of Mineral Paints of all colors just re
ceived by Dr. E. Dillon fc Sin Persona
desiring Cjiored Pa:ul will find them sup-
trior to anything s dd in this market. They
have been thoroughly tested and their du.a
bility aud firmness are admitted by al who
have tried theui. They aro warranted not
to spot, blister cr crack. They take h-sj oil
to mix than any other piint. Two coats are
equal to three coals of White Lead and the
cost is twenty per cent. less.
Lead Lead. When you want Pure Lead
buv Jewctt's, sold on-y by Dr. E. Dillon ifc
-the finest perfumes
ever produced. Sold
by Dr. E. Dillon i
Eveiy body rushes to the new Auction
Room, in Deal's Meek and go away sitisn'ed
thit th y have bought goods at a bargain.
A Scholarship in the best business
collesre in the West, the Union Business
Institute of Cleveland can be htd at the
Journal oflice ou liberal terms.
Perfumeries. S. Buckland fc Son keep
all tho best kinds of peri iinery wo-th hav
ing. Book Binding. We have made arrange
meuls with a first class Bindciy in Cleveland
to ac'. as their agents in this place, aud are
prepared to receive books, magazines, pamph
lets, music, Ac., at publishers prices. All
work will be done promptly and neatly.
Nothing is More Annoying than to
find the frn yru have put up with the
greatest care, spi i'ed because the cans were
imperfect. The cans sold by S. Buckland
& Son are always reliable.
Enterprise in Education. No system
education is better adapted to rouse,
Strengthen and give force to the miud than
13 diciplineof a first class Business Col
lege. Such an institute is located at Aun
Arbor, M chigan. It ts worthy ol note that
while inferior Commercial Colleges are ter
minating an epheriueral existence, this
.nstitule has kept on steadily advancing 1:11
day it is more prosperous than ever be
fore. For circul ir and specimens of Pen
A. U. fAKSWKIs, -A. il.
Ann Arbor, Mich.
Cards. ! fore getting your cards printed
in Cleve'and or New York call and sec what
we ate doing iu that line.
Union Men !
Go to the polls
the first thing
in the morn
ing1, and stay
to see the last
Let it not be
one Union vo
ter in this Co.
staid at home
Election day !
Jie culio saiil of li s vouml
'It. was no' as p s,s u w,
jis a f'a'e, but it wouhf d i.
Plaututioa Bd'.eiS wi l n -l i ainu the dead
fl-tf -they cure the-ck, exrrk-trro"depress-ed,
And lender life, a thing to be enjoyed.
We b-'l'evo thcro are millions of 1 vir-g
n-il:-.esM;s to I'd fact. !s-e;i-ii a a h r il
disease, but I'laiiUttou BitUra will cure it.
it is a most inv-goiaUng touie, for weaknes-i
and mei.til de3X'n-lency. Those who ae
vut ot' scrts" s'kiuIJ try Plantaiion Bitter.
Aur. Yet SvrrsriKD To pay for a pound
of Suloratus and only get 14 or 15 omie:s, if
not, then buy Beat Chemical SuUrntus.
Magnolia Waiter. A delihtf-il toilet
article sup.rior to C'ologn-j an t at half the
price. 39 .s 2.
'Is iHFKIC N 1AI.M I (ili.KAI." YeS
thanks to Rev. J. W. Pohtud, th in is a
b.dui in Gik-ad. Poland's White P-ne
Compound is a healing balm for such d.Sr
tressin:; coinp'aints as Sore Throat, Uypthe
iia, Whooping Ciigh, Poliiioliiirv iiti'-i lions,
snd aildi-eases of the Bliuld'-r and Kidneys.
Gravel and like comph-int". Pi ice 51 1 .00 per
bottle. Sold by aii druggit-fi.
"Let no man hkokivk mr," If you are
deceived by misrepresentiui m of ti e. Union
Business Institute at HiHs lsle, Mich., Rsk
for your tuition money and it will tie refund
ed. This is a ve'y liberal off ir and shows
ih.t the proprietors do ill they promise.
Ind-ed, nub nmileil pro-pi r;i v h.:S lollowed
this school, because all who know it bear
witness to its thoroughness and C miple'encss.
Don't tail to s-ii.d tor circulars, ite.. S c. .
The Atlantie Cable was coiisidetcd a
mounnoth entei -pi is-, hot nt vet has or will
elicit t'oe coiiiieeiitutiioii viitvl h .s attended
the success of Co's Dysj-epsit Cure, itis
eUuio a world-v. iie l'liiie, simply Jroni the
fact that it cures. One bollio ol'teu (hes the
work eU'ectually ; a!thc tame time it will
not injure the most delicate constitution.
If auy of our readers sue prematurely
gray, or are troubled wi h falling of th-: hair,
dandruff or it-hing of the fc.ilp, they have
only to use Ring's Vegetable Ambrosia, aud
their trouble will soon be over. The p:ep
aration is not only a restorer of gray hair,
but one of the most elegant hair dressings
we have ever seen. It also by s -ftenieg and
invigorating the hair, prevents prematura
baldness ami in m ioy cases restores hair to
"Most of the Yoot g M u in my neighbor
hood aie going to the Union Business Ii sti
Une, H lisdale, Mich., when they attend a
Businiss College," said a friend of ours the
"D not idolatrize ; beauty's a Uow'r,
W hich springs mid withets iilmtst in an
The b.-attty of form and of ftatuie ui ty
fade, but by the use of "Barren's Vegetable
Hair Restorative," the beauty of the hair
may be retained through old r.-go. It is the
only reliable preparation iu the market.
As Ai'Xt'MK Suggestion. Now, as heavy
fogs arise and searchiug winds commence to
blow; now, as tho hiriun body, exhausted
like ioauimsted nature by the beats of sum
mer, begins to wi t an 1 droop ; now, ero the
iiicleii-ent wi icr .ctkes its trying eniet
now is the t; u:e for a prejinratory course of
the best rxclttirili g medicine iu existence,
Hosteller's stomach li'tcrs. Fever and
Ague is rampant in all pirts of the country.
Quinine, tie physicians admit, wiil not
quell tbe pbas3 of the d'scusi hicli at pres
ent prevails the entire West. It is well that
it is so, for the remedy (so-c.ill.-d) is dead
lier thin the malady. Bot if quinin.n is in
efficient ia inter iltait icveis, UuStutlor's
Bitters is irresis.able. It would bo safe til
make a contract, under heavy penalties, tint
any giv-n "Fiver-auu-Aue District"
should be exempted fi 'in the dis- rder for
auy pirticuixr tune, provided-ev ry inhabi
tant vvou d take tho li'tli r.s according to di
rections, during til t term of tho contract.
There has t..evef been sit instance in which
his sterling invigorfiit and flntt-fbrile
medicine has failed to ward elf the com
painr, whin ta-en duty as a protection
against tn.ilar'a. Hiindteds cf pnysiehns
have abiiidoiied all the oili;ir.l fpeciti -3 and
no v prcciiba this harml ss veetttble tos ic,
and nothing else, as a pieventive and cure
for all the forms of chilis and 'over. Vigor
is tbe thing most need i til 111 the e c i.-os, as
well as iu 'dyspepsia and neivous i ff ctioiis,
a id Hos tetter's UittciS are Ibe safest, surest
ani most wholesome sttengtliening ' ptepar-
ation that huinaa ssilt has v-t cone .cletl.
FREMONT, O., THURSDAY OCT. 3, 1867.
Corrected by D. Garvin & Co.
Wheat . 00 tc U 16
Coru ?l."5 " biahst.
Kyo jl flObashel.
Outs u'J?. f bashyi.
Buck wheal ( jraiu)-80c. tr bushel.
Flax Seed ;i T5 T bm-hei.
Tiiiiolhy Seed-Si f.02 It-V buiihe!.
Clover ced i7 0C-f.7.0 f bunhel.
Wf.ol a--fe-13o. V th.
Corrected by P. Close.
Flour Jll 50iW 50 -Tbbl.
Lard-lOi-V lb !;y ihnk-f ; He. T lb at retail.
Hmttkea M8HI4 IUtw, ltlot.- 3 f tt, ; Shoul.
dtrs.lai.Vth; Dried B-ef,20e.V lb.
iS lltle r--20 li1. T tb
JEKKS 15:. dvx-11
Cbesie r-ilSc.' lb.
Potatoes i 'SjSD F baih'jl.
Dried Aip-es It. V M
Green Apple 51c t bush.
Ieais $1 2i V buia.
leaclies $tJ 53 buna.
OnlOHB 6Cc!C bunh
Fotk $-1 eOF bl.
HoenwaJL to 3tic. lb.
Salt ?iue,T sack, 'ioz; V bbl., $50 ; Coarse,
OoHee aio, 2 ne,3m. r tt ; ixxt, 284ie. rib
Tea loOaif-' 00 V lb.
Susjstr t'ommoc, by the barn!, V lt., 12K
l4e; WhitH, l't18o. srtb.
If Ice 12io. T lb.
olaekercl-iJ 00 $10 00 V X bbt.i 2 50 V
Freinoul l.ime 20c ir l.ush.
Fremont Fish Market.
COkkHEUIED BV P.CI.03B.
CatKish - - - - SSOoVBbl.
Wbitiiy,Ptt . - - - 8 00 do
' Buss .... ijo do
Ke I Hore 4 00 do
Fremont Fish Market. Fremont Lumber Market.
One luch aii-: a baf,
One Inch iud a qiurter
- 48 Y M
- 12 .
- - 24 ',
, - lo "
- SO 01 do
Z.0 00 do
14 00 lie
4 fiufe 5t) do
11! I. St'
wily tr'ji.s to tbi-
iiili-inji'di-i'p p'liios. f.
I.e a i- -c
Itl T g In
P R S K O T
L ,. It.
Plaster Bd and Tiatidusky
The Vacht iuty be ";h:ntr!rtd, atA.iy t:iu.i, for
Es'.'Hrr;;()D trips of wve.al .7ayri( to tiie Hiy hud
WANTED. WanU.-l to
7 pumh"- tin or ii ic-a coi-'nof f ur fe-it
hickory wood, bt del?Te.-sd this falJ. ApJy at
IMLO B. STEVENS.
AIOIY ASH .Y.I i'T CLAl.il A
(LateSinltary Ccmmimioo. Olfice.)
Bank Btreet, Room 15,
Peuilon, I i'.it iioiisy, and -C. i. :.r'irtt:l ol1
Riiionu i.ros.-u'.nd on ni.tiotiaUle tr i .v Sccmm
W! .. ." ot;9 m!
I3r. Schenck's lHlandralie fills.
A Substitute for Calomel.
TanePiUh iro ciimiiesed of TKriona rootn, bavtog
j th (tow-iSf torvUx th- seei'etionnoftheliver an prompt
ly au-i --Urctuiiir abbtue pill or mercury, aou without
prmiucii .01 . uf tiiO'yi.---g:coiiblij or dangerous ef
I fects wh'ch o:'c-::!iii!oT the ur.e of tliIatter.
I.i all lilti.u,-ii.i.'r v-t, the ,e I'iHsra-.yb n-'l with
iij-ti t-.nc-.-, lli-jj -I'-jiiiOtti tli- Clichiriie of vitiated
hil :,fttl.l rHiiovotti'i.-.eobltraclinuafrom thetlTwrnd
b'.tiiny.iucrs, wnicn re tao evies of billious a!fc.
tiuriK i- 5-".cr.--.l.
Sentisi.'K's 'Iasdrakk fitta cure Sick Headache,
R.u-1 nil Ji-ior-lfr.-i ot '.hi Li.er,iii(i:ci'tril J eiillow
fitit, co, tod toDgun, coit'ivotieia, 1lru73lner.11, and a
gctierr.l f-et;,,g of weaiineaa and lusiilaUu, ehowtog
t'lstthe'lVLT is i-i 1 'ai.-i-lor,ttriicted eoc-Jition.
Iu abort, tii-.sd i'itlsi34y be tiso't with advantage In
nil ciFeB when paryalirti vc .itturat'.re uieilicice it
Pieaa uh-tri-, h h"ti j.,art:hai,ii.g, tliit tho twnltke
oRe.,f the Uoctor, outf i-ii-tn iu the last fltRe of
C-'i.'oni-tio:i, si -t tfu- nihrr a. h nowis.in perfrct
il-sl'l'. -,i..i-n the 'l:i7-orr.H-f mI nump.
SoM.vat lrnrsit ? I.-s'r. Vrlce 24 eanta
p-rht.n. I'rinolj :il I'!!!.;-, No. 16 Xoith flth Htreet,
t'hitr, i-! h:. i n.
vVi.ob'Mttf 1 en'.': t't-mns Barncc &lCo-,S.
7 a itant-. Bailimorr. Ma.; J O. Parke. Cia-i-.i.a'.i.
'.-ir..'! S h 1 1-.-r.; Taylor, Chicaaio, 111. ;Ooilina
Bi-;-:i.- c:t. Loiil", Mo. 42?1 1st w ery mo.
Ciihax! Climax i i
Page's Climax Salve, a Faniily
Messing for 25 cents.
It heals without a scar. No
family should he without it.
We warrant it to cure Scrofula
Sores, Salt Rheum, Chilblains,
Tetter, Pimples, and all Erup
tions of the Skin. Tor Sore
Breast cr Nipples, Cuts, Sprains,
Erniscs, Burns, Scalds, Chap
ped Hands, &t, it makes a
It has heeu used oVer fifteen
years, without one failure.
It has no parallel having per
fectly eradicated disease and
healed after other remedies
had failed, it is a compound of
Arnica ivilh many other Extracts
and Balsams, and put up in
larger boxes for the same price
than any other Ointment.
Sold by Inn?i;ists evi-rvwhe-re. White k Hove,
lanrl, Prnr-rk-tor?, 63 Lioc-rty street, Xew York.
M jniiood and Vouthfnl Vigor are re-
K-i'.-itid by Hsl.MU0l.li's Kxtiiact Urcnc.
LSEISKSSK'S rAl.N-KILl.INU MAtJlC
OIL. "it Woika Like A Charui." Krery per.oo
iu thU towa will find it lor thfir profit as weil ai for
thsir cumf-wt. if the n'.o KSS KE'3 PAIN KILL
LTC M AOI't CIS. when thuy h ive Fl iaclache, Tooth
acbn, Chilblains, Xf ixl ia the h'ACc and Jaws, J.auie
Shoui'lers, itheam-'.tiam, Si:iit'!ca,itraises, Crampp,
Colds, Croup, sore Throat, or any p-iias of this aa
tnM. Tt-e liiilivrt will find iLiisua blshiii to re
lieve their peculiar pains. It is oae of the beet
things to use ia a fiTniiy as a general remedy for
any U-r.d cf p u::f ul disorder, or hirt, or burn, ever
di-i ioTeri-it, ind tt incieau aid delicious to uHe. l'ne
ltf-e."!y. 'Sol-l !. nil tlriwglstii, Merchants and Gro
cers. WU. KrjT.'.VK, a ,le t'roriatorivnd Mucufac.
turer, ritttit-ld, Maf s.
Sou by K. I'UiiiQ .tS ju, at wholeail-s aud retail.
Al5n2ty i 1 KK.T.V11
'i'lie Jiloiy of .Hun is Sireiirttli. There
fore tbe QsruilH ima d::0.iit&U!d should nuiiiediatelv
aiie Hklxbo(.1i's bXTHACT itCCHL.
Xbattcrcd )r:!stSiiiioiis Kcnioi'ed by
nKl.ailol.D'H r.XTKAUT MCi.UU.
"aCAROTO THU liADIKS OH. iiUPON
:0'3 i;-Ji,;(.i. PiBtODiUil. WLLS r'OR Kfi
JiATEs, ic. 0n6 ti:-A Ifc huibclect to removing ob
atni ti.ois o.-i tori a 5 ualurc toits proper chsnnel,
quiet'.r, t'ie nfcrves aa-i hriagiD bicU the "Rosy
ooior of hvultt." t., t!i - eh,:::!; of the u.Mt d-'licate.
Kuil and ci' ir.it '.rt;:io.s accomp iuy each box.
Fuce It per boa; s-a b-'xes. $5. Sold by oue Drng
glai in every tos'n, vitiate, city and haml-.t thronf?h
out the wurit!,
8o!d in h'rton ait by S. Itac'iiand & sjon. Druggists.
La i-s, by .seuiir.g tli-.-m il to the iotoifl,;e, eao
hive the piils s-ii'.t (coat'liintiatlyl by mailt-, fcay
part of the c-iuii-ry, free of potJte.
Si'l! ia Ficlo-iii i-y tih':-i: Hobsrt?, and
S:roi: nr. it-ioi, ihsvcJau-i, (1. n2tl,
liei.olioi I Kxieuet ilucliuand Imi-kovxi
Ross vV au ciri s ci -t A.i'i :i--l cte disorjrs m all
ttieir stn.-e,tlit-i t-;i -nm, li'.tie or no chue in
airt. no iuc .ive'ii-iic-tm.l uo xueare. It if pleas
a:it in t (St" a--! oHor, nnme-ii-ie in itK action, and
tree :10m il .ujui low. prcpe.-t
March 1. IS.S. v'.ji.Byl.
JACKSilVS ttKAilitH SMIf AMD
XKiClli; Ft) W'Ur.ii.-Adtlightfal am! pleas
ant remedy ip catan h, head-iche, bad breath, boarse
nn, asthma, bronchia., conghs', deaft.es, eie , and
buUiuj Horn colds to head, throit and
vocil org 1:1-.
but tUjCH8 l1
c-at k; v . Di .
ai. la,; et- ;b'
1 his remedy don.i not rfry vp a catar.
trct-. tbe in au oi a-1 oCeiisive matter,
r.S hid breath an-1 headache; aliavs
2 ? urnin- beat in eatairh; is so mild
ik its electa that it positively curts
viihvul aniziinjr. Asa Tkochs I'owoek, ia pitasnut
to tii-.1 1.-.'.-. . 1:: i u-r-:-r DAiisei-.t-i; wht.n .vwallowtd,
iai,t:,LiIv :o thij tir.-at and vjcal or5aasaei-
cious ae:ti,ilii)ti ucooLieu aud cowfurt. Is the best
Voice Tomh ia tLe urld. Try it I hife, reliibl-
and r-oly -35 da s. ctoid by drugiits,;-r niaiit-d fit-e.
A -kit:-i. GOOl'Et!, Wll.Stl.N' ft CO, Proprietors
Ptii:aOt-ir-hia. Jou.s tl. Pass., Cincinnati, Ohio, and
WKsxa; tbCAX, i'oieuo, Ohio, vv holesale Agen-s.
Fluid Exrtact Bacilli,
Organic lvciik'n&yt ft male (fm
pla 'aitx, Geueral Di'bility,
whether t-tfLiLir ia
MALKOK FEMALE, "
from Un'.fTor c tus uriyiimtini; iid no mattt r at
How long staxdiu
L.bMi!HR ol tliHf OTniH wtj iii t1 the upc of n dlxx
rune, il uo treuUiH'nt is Hub "i:?ti tr-cuafjuiption
usit ; lv uitv iijsui). Our H'Hbaod Moooaiet-np-
pii .m ruai iitse smiru it, ttuaiae itattli aaa l!ap
p-ufcBM, uud thit of ros.rttr. UnU'is npoa the
proiuut itre ol a reuanie ; emeu v.
or jo years, prepared njr
H. T. HELMBOLD, Druggist,
5y4 3r9i.!wiT. York, aud
' iu-1 SvttthlJEii 3tret,Foit!ullpMa. Pa
DoCy. fiii.l il! t-ie:f cin of yo Athfa.1 mJiscrttioPf
will, f'-r lib fi- of mi If.-ting hamauiiy, tiji!dfrBt to
t!I .v!m nty J it, th-i reeipt -.tid 'irectio.it for mhk
inn tiit wiiiirjie ru
jj wiiica he was curotl. St-
1. iv t!i A'.TfriirttT s t-xpwri
nii'jr, in jirfest cnriflouce
nc. c-.n Uo "i v .U
4 tnt X. OttUJfcN.
At Clar nfTt. N V
13 THE MIRACLE CF THE AGE!
Gray-Headed People have thefa
lock&jestored by it to the darlc, lustrous
tilkelresses of youth, and are happy 1
Young People, with light, faded oired Hair,
have these unfashionable colors changed tl
i beautiful auburn, and rejoice !
People whose heads are covered witli
Dandruff and Humors, use it, and hv
:lean coats and clear and healthy scalps i
33ald.-IIead.ecl Veterans hav(
heir remaining locks tightened, and th
bara spots covered with a luxuriant growti
jf Hair, and dance for joy .'
Young Gentlemen use it became it i
Young Indies use it became it keep
Ihcir llair in place!
Kveryboely tcuj and u ill use it, because
:t h t' -i cleanest and list article in ttM
Fop Sala by Druggists giraU.
r v.. n v-- t:T.Lou;i,
s. ih'oki.aso ao.v,
V.. IffljL't.V Jt 3
U II, Y A" L'RERNC,
HOOK NT, .VMl i'Kl vTEHi; Offlj !a thlrdfitory
Bafc.nd old RU-ek.
BRISTOL & TAYLOR
F he mom Cash Stoke,
IIhth on hir.il a f-w f f
f h St, t
f gooii Flyle ;
xtl tx'utes which htj will
LAND FOR SALE.
LiE on liberal terms In-lots
I, Fremont. Ohio. Kir partifulare
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR
H il.E. I wti! sell oo rwonab:B terir.g nix
tea crii f lantl. with a ne and Cfinfuriebie
(3wtll:rg, i of a mile roatit of tt? Fremont ctirpora
tion, alo some tenure lots, H f i'l f'om thv
coipornt'on Half, ail oil the weat 'e of the rWtr.
Beau ifulij situated for conotry ritmi. for sr
ticular cli 01 mo at my reridn- on the premif.ea.
ARM FUfi SALE. The sul
pcrlbcr otT-rs for his tp'fmiid furm
3iH' acrs l.vioar of-ar Jam Moor Mill, In Bnll
tHIp and Jactfon Toirnnhipa, wi'h thrw pood barns,
tiro hotS'ffi, two One oreliirtis, two good rclla and a
uprtr-jy. 1 be farm has aboat ItK) hundred arieu of
tibeied hol,a!l nndor ffnc. and the rest il all la
a tin state ot cultivation. Price $50 per acre. Ap
pl on the pr mlsea Tor particolari
n31n,3. JERKIAH LUDWKi.
House and Lot for Sale,
lEAK th Pre-4Syterian Church. Will be o!d
il cheap it ao'd within the next 30 day"- Title
perfect. Enqulreattiie Shoe Store of 88EKMAN
k G J.,oppos:tt theOro(hanHoaee. 9tf
ITT LOTS FOR SALE. TLe
MQbcnber h In-lcti) and Out-lots coutaia-
iiiiC from U of an acre to 4 acres, for eale oo terms
of pAvment to eait p'iiebirf.
A. P. BUCKLAND.
A MCE PLACE FOU 8ALK.
X JL The feubfci itmr i th-rn lor oale h tiur pliue ou
JiHpo.'ecn itreeT, tiro tno jtory hou;e nh three
iut, j.x;l r.t-Uanu ct-ru, had e'tr)t' itix in od
rtpiir. Will sufl one iat aepertn, njd the buuee
ul other two iote tr-thftr. . WM.TOn t,iS.
lijuire at the 1'oat ottice, S9 f
A NiOK HOMK aad one acrp of Lan-J, nita fn-it
1 3L triwuaiidont-buiidioff!, in the ciiy ol irmobt
fery ch-.ap aud io.ijp time hr paynmach: :.ft tboui
?4 f an icre on Wniei-strwl, ia K re mo at, mtlaole
oraoy tnnu:acturiitg; nt;tlilifhinettt, nod ne.ir the
Qfinosj) pttrtioao: town. Knquire of i. J. JLMC.
1 A R M FOR SALE A. i?PLKN-
X. did Urm in oik Titwahtpt 4; l'tiiei iioui
tiwllem and ' mile' east from Uiyde. Jyin on both
&id(s of tbe pik aud it tuuinir ;H5 a-jret of mud,
wt-ll tiUil2rp;i au 1 WAtrctl. Thre are .Vj ace of
tirnt rate occiinrd. The hoaj in very the
h rie-barn and ether biros are in good condition be
iog ncar;y new. The land ia the brat lor vheat,
atovk aud )?r;oeral larralog parpofes that can be 1-nad
in the couarya The who e i in tiet rite conditio a t
TrtiH liberal. Call at the place or ni reea the sub
acriberfor partieulara 8AMCKL ih.'VKK..
FINE FA KM FOR BALE.
Tiue lartii Uaitua l ia B'gUret Towuhip. Lite
.'oaty, ln'liam. It is three miles froa Mou'icello,
tho Co otr stJat a thriving, liv-lyton. it ii two
uilea from ;Jhliaei'u Station, on the Xew Albany
Ulohigan Aa'lroa, and 14 ruilcs from thecily ot
The iarui coaip.is- 50'3 .ires of hivh, roiiiui; prai
rie and tini'jer ifeud tiuuer nuu-ii l.i nupfjiy the
farm for all time, it is all enrionrd with Kiio;aotial
fence, and Uio greater part under a high stale of cul
tivation. There are two.tierer lailing apziDK and
one well of excellent water ou the lai in.
A la:geand cdartiiiieut fruiue dweiiiug hoate, eoat
$ti000. Two go4.d tenant boafcee, aud all crcBMary
brus aud out houses. Aa pis orchard et fuur
hundred bearing treea, about eleven years old, and
other fiuit trea4 and nuiaU truitin abundance.
Forty dollars per acre, Oae half caab down, the
balance ia one aud two yearn, secured, with iowrest
from dte of sale.
Forfaithsr particular, aldresfi JON ATHAN FOX
Mooticello, White County, Ind aoa, or the editors of
FKEMOK f JOUKAAL, Fremont, O.
ilf ESSEKGJfiirS K0T1CE.-
Il ilay ol
J.T-L i to (rive notice thut on thelJ
spiuiemier, a jli iso,, a warrant in DauKrupii:- Wis
issuetl against the estate of William siMau, ol
(JijiLe, iu tlie Couuty oftiaudus'ar, and Stat8of Onio,
who h-isbeuo. aojudgeii a bankrupt on ilia own pe
tition; that the payment ofaiiyiieots and delivery of
any property belongingto such baukrupt, to Iiini, or
for Irs use, and the transfer of any property by bim
is forbidden by law; that a melting of the creditors
of said oaukmpt, t-j piore their ci-b's, and choose
one or more assitcnefs of his estate, wilt be held at a
Court cf Bankruplcy, t be holden at .'Vorwalk, Ohio,
bafoie Prank Sawver, iTfiti-, &egiter, ou the loth day
of October, A I) lso,, at JO o'clock A M .
uppity L is llrha.l) as Jls jeci:er.
i. Tatliik, Att y for I'tiuoner. 3..-i
HUl I'LUlFVIMi Tim liLOO!.
Tin rt-pntaliin tlrs i-tcell-int
medicine esjoys, is derii-eil from its
ciirori, uiuijv ot hicu are Limy mar-
r'icns laTetera cai:e-i ol tfcrof.
ulius disey.se, where the atslem
seernird sat'iratd with curiuj.tiou,
hate been puntled aud cored by it
Scrofulous allctions and disoiders.
wh:ch were airifra'ated by the scrotninns contamina
tion uotil they were painfully alll-.cting, have been
radically cured in such great numbers in almost
eve ry suction of the country, that the public scarcely
need to be informed of it irtuea or uses.
Ac-Tofuliue poison Is one oi the moat destruct.re
enemies of our race Often, Ibis unseen and uoleit
tenant of the orirauis-n u-idermines the constitution,
an-liuvitt-sthe attm-k of eUeeMiug or f.ial diseases,
without exciting a auspicioo ol lis presence. .f ain.
It aeem. to breed infection ihroOKhoat the body, and
then, on some favorable occasion, rapidly develop
into one or other of its hideoos forms, either on the
surface oramongtho vifc.l. In the latter, tuijercles
m y be eud teniy deposited iu the iungs or heart, or
tumorsfoimedin the Uver, or it shows its presence
by eruptions on the skin, or foul ulcerations on
some parts of the body. Hence the occassional use
of a bottle of this SarsapirUla is a-iyisaWe, even when
n- active svmytoma ot the aieeaee appear, ickods
atHicted with rhe followinjr complaints jtenerally nnd
immediate reli.f.and, at lenctn, cure, Dytue use or
jhis Sarssparilla: St. Anthony s Hire, Kvse or try
Bipelas, Tetter, Salt Rbeum, acald liisid, Kingworm,
Sore Eyes, Sore Ears, and other ernptions or vis ib!
forms cf Sc ora lr.us disease. Also in the Heart Dis
ease, Fits. Epilepsy, JV-iuralgia, and the various
Ulcerous affectioni of the muscular and nervous
Svphiiisor Venereal and Hep-anal uiseB are
bared bv it though a longtime is roisired nr lub tu-
Init these obstMiatenialaitles by any nieuiciue. nut
looi; continued ue or this me4ic-.se will cure the
complaint Lercirilioea or Yvtiif-s, ftnine Ulcer
ations, an i Female liiseaies. E-e common'y soon re
lieved n-i-1 ol iaately cured ry t 8 pant; log anu in.
vigors ir; eft sit. Mitute Diiciious lor each ease
are fi-ui il :n r.u.- A'nunar, U)pl 1 1 gratis. Khuuia
tlaa and Gn-t. wU'u eaa-'td , ceuiuUt'o! o'x-
tr.-ne in m-iUtrnTr, ths !.',.cd. yield iiulr.kly to it, ai
also l,i i-r fnB .Iau , r.i-:idi:r, Congestion or It-
flunstion f 'he Lire- au Jaundice, i nen analog
a-i th.-y f leu ilo, f oiu He ranlitug p-moi s m Ine
l.sod. T!i!HSa-sirjarii!s is a git-t r-i-t'iil-r f'r the
strei,.f hftiii vifTor of il'o syrt.nu. Tliwe irlii are
I ar--M't sot Liitles, Disp'ondet. Sleej.Nsi-, and
t r.ii'l.l-.! with .Seivocs ADDreher -sions or l-'e rs, it
anv of the i dictions syiop'.omatic of Weakm-si, wi 'l
niid :nilu3-iaie rriie: alio wmim ug -
rts'orative poser upon trial.
Mr. J. C. A YER C I., l.owe l,
Practical and Analytical Chi inits.
S. Hii'-'iini'rd k Sr-n;K. ililliju ,i 5o3. :! Ci. it.
Mutullncli, t-'n iiiLiit, i.'., aud by all .irojtir-s' and
iea i- s in iii-'li-.-mc eveywhsre. u.-li-
Collector ol Claims,
50 F. Si ivt-1, ('I'lsU.- Kt'Mit H.'.i-i",
Washington. D. C.
a t K. WKTM'RcS hre T'rC ii-iiimifj is !Je
Ai MiUtary A n cf tt-e 5.-t- of h.. t Wa-h-
iuKtDii, -t i S ilita ri:i'?riof Ciriitie lT cOiU-ct OtTSll
JUK' -1)1 Ilfi Tift -I.'" U.-Ueirtt 'r(vllf'l';
Sjl", tnnirunr 0'ii,r .ver .or iuc y; lii".
ni.si'ju, MfT'l re Td e-Xi'iihem of C-rws tr-ni
Urmn iv Tiiw WAR- HER
Stntesuien, HerCeneralw and.Soldiers " By White
Uw Reid, autlior of AfUr the War: A Southern
Tour, ISO-'oS." luTwo Volumes.
Vol. 1 History of the &Uia during tne War, and
tfi- Iv cf htr t.iicjr-ii, Kc.
Vol. II The HUUry of il;r Bi aia:ents and other
MJlitaiy Ofirn.-;atiorja, with Koa.eis of eaob.
The W ork wittaripcftr in Two Volusif x, of to 9 CO
pi?.'j ea.ch, r'iy! or'-cro zl. nrtntp ei-janity on
laid tinted paper, aa.l embellished with nerl7la0
superb Ponraifs from steel, en-r raved by Ritchie
Hoget4, and other ercinent artlfts; and iilu&tvatd
mrj ahoivinp t't;e B't;ir ! ieUV ct tho Vr, nd
other fine full pag?iMi?!."Sti'. nt with tb plendtd
steel p'atc of the etc rtr.i r g of Fort McAllister.
Agente wanted. AUdrss
MOOftR, WII'STACS & BALDWIN,
GEO ROE H AL L' S
ffk ii ' fj
fiiiK AT Wi STI-B?. DEPOT
FOR THE SALE OF
OROAivs k mmm&
STOOLH, . COVERS,
itC, ctC., AC.
WHOLESALE &. RETAIL.
N. 3-2, . W. Corner Pnblio Rqnarp,
J r.H.heira ieav to say to the citifns of Fieioont
atid vicicity that hainc for m37 yea- ben larir-lT
engaged in tha Mumc! Inotrument trae ia the
(Jreat Went, with hea'JniaterH at Cleveland, h-vlnjj
the Terr cell taoUiueit ir rurDibnDtr g.Ka ano reli
able iustrumeota and would be pinned to hear from
the musical pnblie in this locality, and tekes (rood
pleasure in rearing toMeatirp. Wilcox tinx of
tne j our not.
Is a Favorite with ua, ard harin? dftiit Jra;o!y in
this beautiful inirtrunient for many years, wt- lake
are&i ul fas are ia rccomraetnliua it to our patrous,
and with an attNOi tuient froin oyer 20 other good
New York aud Boiton mker., we hare nneqaaled
adrantages In the est.
JEWETt A INI) (iOODAlAJV
lias ai50 a leading place in our Sample Haf t
Cle?e!aud mid i.io weil known to uetd lurthj
comment. As It has become quite a too wmmon
practice for parties to calliuierior Inatrnmeui gocj
and sell hem for such, we hope to te itnc3f8fui Id
establiBhing a permanent trade on a uniform Man of
fair dealing and thereby secure the ent re confideug
01 the public.
liojiiug that ti.t i;itrduot'jfy notic(l our munic
trade may it ad to a mutuary, jdcaaant auo p:utiUMe
acfiaatntauce with tbe jeooea na mui:c Kiff peo
ple oi Fremont am Ticmuy, we vre v?rj irniy
t Your Ooedisnt flcrvaut.
Cleveland, Julv 6, 1SS7. 87yl.
J. FE ATI I Kit STOJN E & CO.,
l ie volanil, Ohio.
TA7"E WILL RECEIVE ORDERS
. MUSIC, A:c, Ai
At proprthe ietora prices.
18ylJ WILCOX St UKFCKE,
Lock Stitch Sew in? 3!achuifs.
IMPROVED IN 1867.
SIMPLE, DUBABLE AMD ELEGANT
A (iKNTd wantetl to whom e a'.' as We territory will
egivn. tvr-ud for sample of work acd cir
Tl'M M efftr- l.iKho:!i he 'wl.eel ."iid T.r mt.'.in
feed and is t-i :aliy vU .tij.'tp ! t Iiav r and iijht
worn, ruuswi'h irifit n aiiT luor-f easily thin
otlrr bine iu majket'
C. W. CUO.VM.I. C .
121 Siif-erior nt;e t, Cieve:a-.d, .
ns, vln, mfi.
rtli I'auU fly cure
4: "Id-. Hoiifiit'-v Note
irom. Caiari h, ic.
K'AV; iiicd iu Fie Slinuies.
ij ' Jr r(; ni'.i f,;sd tite. i Irt-c'ie
iJi-r.-fir j fW.-vritK t'o voice
l!''M u'- ihiOntsjl'i jrr,u--liia
u-iyi.-i an i ri.t
.ir-.-H it ; . i: i-ual t,';' b. t'try c'jatvn
nv't-iiu or uui ihir-iu the Vjwt t; jxiiUu t ;be
ir.ot ce'!'at 'joui-lif mien, t'.My vaL. tkm as
tretly ii3ofceKi)a-v. Mtht Cm, Ca L-, Hoars".
4 iid fore 7U'G.i.. ie.ti.h rr a iiy , if
ie .'flrTroc' e. Fhou.d be iturk,-! :nf'ii
ately, ami o fr.rr the it ttrimytatnio leacUes liie ilft.n-ci'-'al
Tuuf p nti-t Lurig, whi'.h w.ul-l produce fJron
rhiti nnd C";ivu-li -j ihe :"ii".bte ni:ciu;t pt
perUN wi , hi i.ir -l Uis A hile P.ue Ttse aie a. m jt
univejt;-t iutWb, aad is rvgatiid as one ol the
rums'. tee (:r atl iiMrae's of tha Thro ami
Luuh. It n.otiK and atlay-j all irrit itinu. ruucea
luuauiuiauoa, atd his i peculiar iind in.ttkcd here,
i ift-cl on the Urgann ul KeHfiraticn. The
White fioe Tar, wut a noe-i, p.tFNe t't-se valuable
jirjpeitim in the highetti dree, od Ilw bta com
binttd with oh-r valutbls ingredients to form the
elegant and cyiu-enieot propuration, known as
fine Tree Tar iro toes.
DiitBCTio.s io particular flirecLions are to be ob
siTed iu tbe u of- tbes Trociiee. One ur two
should be iseen :t atone, allowing tatun to diiuaive
slowly iu the uouUi, aud repeat when necessaj-y
Foh CliiLDtk.v DUaove tor Troches ina'ubWu
spooLiul t hat water, aud git i.if & tapooUul
hour, or a oiten as neciiM.rv
Ooficrveihe t'ac simile of the Proprietor's siaature
the wrapper of er.ci bx, without which it v lanot
intou'a Pine Tree Tar Troches are prepire.i only
C. O. tia.MO.Y,
Chemist acd Drsgai, lab tad Ul Detroit street,
PRICE -23 VKiT.
WHITE PINE COMPpTJ?5'T,
la uow offers! to the.11tet'd broohout thecous
try,alr having ben prored by tL- tet of e'ev
years, iathe New Bnsriand Hteitn, whr its merila
havebeeomeaa well known at?ietreelroui which, ia
part, it dt riven its flrtura-
T2E WHITE FINE COMPOlD
Cures sore tiirfart, co!f,eoawhi, dyptherla, bror
chitta. spittlnjrof h'oody ami piilmunaty fv3tMiiB
irttieialty. It fa rcmarkaV rem -dy fork'.dK cr
p!aiutp,a:tthnp'8, d tlicuty cf Toid ng urine. bteedfDf
the MiMiieTttand ian:ler. grarel aru oner cov
The Wliito Pine Cvmpouad.
MIt wt early in the spring of 62 that this om
poucd was originated. A memVr of my family w
atHieted wit b an irritation of th throat attended wit A
aisi grecabie C5bg;i I had for somemontha previ
ous thouiflit thit a preparation Lavicitfor itabav'fl
ionise bark ofwbiepine reight be socompouml
ed as to be very nsilul in uiee of tha throat and
lung. To test tbe value ot it in the eta alluded to,
enrnpoundpd a ji11 .quantity ot tbe icedicinr that
had be? n p!anaicg,:id g&v it In Wn-poot.fnKow.
if suit wu exceedingly gratify irt;. TitLm twa
dayff the irritation ol the throat was removed, th
eouxh subsided, aud a speedy eue waaellected. iooo
afUrthfs aent lo a lady in Loudenderry. .S. ti.,
who b d been suifering for voice we-ks lrem a bad
eouith, occasioned by a sudden coM. and had raised
mnena streaked whb blood. She soon found relief and
sentfo' more. Hhe took about ten om cp of it, an
well. J. H.CHtrkA, Krq., editor of the Kaecl etvte
Dmtly Mirror, made a ti ia 1 of the sar?e prer arat Icn t
thecaeola severe cofd and waa eured immediate!
w so highly pleaed with the rt salts, and no co
fldeut in succeN atUnring its sales, it placed tefti
public, that he finally pfiruaded me to give it
name, and Rend it abrnd to benefit tb f ottering. I
November, 1 fi rat advertised it under the nam
White Pine Compocnd. In two yare .rem tha
time there had seen whoUaled in Manchester alon
hundred dollars worth, where it took the lead
tha cough retnediea in the market, and it aH
maintains that position. There-ia gaod reason fo -thi?;
it is very soothing and bea'iog ia its nature. I
warming to the stomach, and pleasant withal to th
taste,andU exceedingly ebeap.
Aareroedy for kidney eomp'aints the Wbila i'lca
Compoaod stanos unrivaled. It wan not originated
that purpose; bat a person in using it for a cough
was not only cured of the eoulih, but was alto cuiel
akidn-y difficulty of tan years' standing. Sine
that accidental discovery many thouMns baieused
for ibe same onjplaint, and have bt-en ejomp lately
The abore was written byDr Poland in I860. Sine
then,aaiu Manchester, tha White Pice Compound
Ukec tbe leadof alt cough remedy, as well ia
prepai-at onsforthe cure of kidney dinicuties,in ev
ery city, town, village and hamlet tbrongbeuft tha
New England States. 0
This remedy is aa safe and pleasant to take aait ia
effectnal. - - -
The editor of tbe Manchester laily and WaekJj
Mirrr,in the leaderof the Dally, thus writes of th
Compound: The Whit Fina CompcuDd is adver
tised st much length in our coiumus, and wear
happy to learn that the demand for it is increasing
heyoad all previous expectations. It is the vary nasi
medicine for coughs and colds we know of, aad no
family that ha once used It will be without it. W
speak from ourown knowledge, it is sure to kill a eoWf
pleasant as it is sure. The greatest inventions
come by accident, and it isslpgulsr that tbe Whita
Pine Compound, mad for conghs and eoJds shou.'d
prove to be the greatest remedy for kidney difficulties
known. Butso it is. We cannot doubt it, so many
testimonials come to us from well known men. Beside-,
the character of Dr. Poland is each that v a
know that he will sot countenance what is wrong.
A Baptist clergyman, studying nit oleics to Bid
remedies for his ailments, with a delicate, cooiusp
tive look, standing with oue foot upon the grave, be
made the discovery which saved himself, and called
from others the strongest testimonials pofsibf.
have known Dr. Poland foryrr,and never knew
more conscientious, honest, upright man, acd are
giad to state that we believe whatever he saypabov
White Pine Compound.'
THE WHI IF JPl.XE CO.UFOl TSDCS
GEOKGK W SWEET, M. Dn Proprietor.
Prewired at the Vew Englsnd Botanical Depot, 108
Hauov-r 8 treat, Bot-ton, under the super ritim of
Rev. J. W.Polacd.
Strong to ArruittroEg. Cleveland, Ohio, and Be o ton
verf, Can li eld, Ohio, Wholesale Agents.
For sal by ail Dtufciste in Fremont.
March 16, lbbi. (hd col via nil yl ap a sv w
. , W FIRST PREMIUM
A? Of SUwer ftledaI
WAS ITilDID TO
oJV BARRETT'S HAIR RESTORATIVE
Br the N. !1. State ARrieukoral Poeiety.ai
Its Fair bol-Jcn in Kuhua, BeptJu, .
Vegetable Hair Restorative
Restores Gray Hair to Its nstural color. Pro-
motos uie ffn)wio o ice tiait. omozte tne
roou to tnetr onsuiai cnnuic ocuou. -roi- av
cates Isndrun ana tiiimors. rrevents t
HnirlaUiPouC. Id wapenor lHina. saw
UCimtiitn no mjun-iua incrtttienn, jw
and w tne mon popular ana rtiu-
tail. West. iNoOft ana w
J. R. BARRETT & CO., Proprietor.
: JIAJ.XHXTEB, . H.
E. DILLON bOS, Agents, Fretritul.
L. H. liy?:RS, E'more.
W. B. BIMHICK, Bellevu. Tijl-
U KEltUIKE A KEL1A
to restore you and remove irreeularitita orot-
strnetions, why not uselheoest ": Thirty years" ex
perience fcu. proved tl.at t
IIAKUVSll tl tl K riu
have uo o-jilI ior KeniovuigUnsttactt9na and Irres-
laritiea, so HATTiamoji wnar carai thit auxm.
Iney are nafeand sure iseveiy c.fe. fries. Out Dol
lar, per Box.
K. H.)KVl8ILt'K PI I LM,
Is a remeuy four dereeestroirger than the above
intended fur special casea of long etanding.
Price, Vive Hollar per Boa.
A Ladictf Privl Circular, with JCmrrawinitm.
tentfrte, on applieatiint.
U you cannot get the piUsof your druist, send
money to Dr. J. Bfyas, 810 Broadway, New
rork, and they will be sent free fronaobseivatto. b
etarn mail. I J o a ue vlone i
E FXPKKIENCK OF THS PAST TKiS VKAB8
. has demonauated the fact that relianee may ha
plftorl ia t.:ee&icacy of
iiiml's sii:( if ic 1'ii.rs
tlie fpeeay and permanent ear 01 aeruiralweak
aem, emiseiona, phrsieal snd nerve r a debility, im
pe'U ace; or want ot cower, the recult of sexual e
which lie fleeted ruics
hiippinbfra and unlit the nuflerer ff-r fc-iJ-iniss,
or marriag?,acd oft a termir.atin n
untimely ifrare.. Uilte uo delaT inseekinr th rem-
It is entirely tractable Qd bar'n octbo
can be uwd without detection or lxitrfering
business purauits and no change of diet is us
ee nary while using them. Price, oae dollar.
y ou cannot get them of your druggist, send th
ooaeyto Dr. J. Bryan, 8l Broadway, H. Y and
will be sent free from observation by return
Private circulars to gentlemeo sent Ires oa
application. j c a co vlfioOy
J. BRYAN, CO NSI LTINH PHYSiClAX,
819 BHOAirWAT.NKW YOBK.
SPECIAL THK ATM tNT ia allcases oi Strain
Sexual, Urinary and Nervous DiseaHesia male o
Auvicb Fa mean d corresponds ore fTaicttx cojifi
DMTIAX. J ca to Tl6a6y
xtVOID THE QUACKS.
you are Buttering frum the effevta of Ynnthful
Ind.scretionand have Seminal Weakness, CuiissioDs.
I will send yon, Jrt of rkuro, information
if followed will cure joe. without tbe aid o
Hfi.N'KY AJtSOEN, Station D. New Tork.
RISLKV'aKI CHU is toiam for palu an
weakness la the back and loin.; sud all those
iioinplaioksreaaitingfroui derangement of tbe kid
neys and nrinary organs. Sold in lar-. bottles bv
druggist!. HAKKAL. KiSLST, i Co..
Wholesale Drnggiau, 141 GhauberSt., K. T
F 0 R M ATIO N. luliriuatiuo
-aiiKu'i-l Ui rrJv'ue; a luxuriant gruwlli of
uii'.wab!d head or N?ar'iie . iac-..aiai. a reeettM.
the reuioval :f i'i tuples Biotoei., Eruptions, etc,
tiie sun, leaving ihesline si.lt, clear, anj heauii
fil can bi obtained without ch-.isieby aiidre.iag
mja .ciiai jI tli-mwrt,
(Ul Broadway, Jiew Yoii.
Toledo, Wabash L WehteroK.W.
i'Hwnfcers Carrlc.I tarsuah to Quiucy
uiliiont ci.angeal Carj
n auuauer ayo, l!tl7,. rains ill i:lus U.
Iowa, i dnudnys eirt-l-d: )
11 1 Ii A. S.
.'.il P. M.
,i ttis. between
v-"ii -. :i .
attachid to thr. r -..-',',:
Trsius amve i?:;
Jijux I-. Pai r, ; ,
t t oe. n w mi
i: arirj ai Mj t. M.
et" A. H.D.t
f . -. liJ.-tl'IN,
Lake Erie & Louisville Railroad.
and after Tbursday, May .i.h, lV17,raana wi(
run daily, ,Snnday ecelited,; asfillos:
Leave Fremont, at 1.10 o'clock, A. M.
Winters,.. 11 4-
" - Kusa, I JOtl '
" Ams-ten, 1J.I1 il-
HeMh r'oatona. li.4
Lease 'oatori Ii6 . ' -
" ArnaJta, lit
at Findlay, i S.UD
Leave findlay, at. .....5.1i a clock 1. M
' A read i a, 3 M -
at iTostoria, "... 4 1.1 ' t
Fostolia.-... . 2H - -
tt .Jaekbon. ......... -l.ti) . ...
" Am.Uen........ t Oi m
Kmm , , e. is ....
" W inters.... . i ia ..
Arriv.atr'reinont. ........ SjnI - m
Trains only stapeneignal. .
Trainsleave Franionttn the aicrninu-. .f-. .a....
of Tralnafroin Cleveland and Tuledo And ej-'
at Fremontin theaitemoonln time to eonnent
with Tralae on iheUleTeiaid Toledo KailKoad entiT -St
and West. . . wooiu.
inert -if any other r4ut.
BayTicketn,vi Fremoat.lo Clevelnndiixi To!,
the lleketOdceeaf th CleTfni4 td Toled