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Tschumy & Doncyson,
Xaapeetfslly aaaosBse that they lm epeaed a
Faraitar Boom at Tschumy'e old aland en
I root Sire-t, aad that they propose hereafter ta
keep a nne aaarwraaeaW every thing ia the farattare
ltae. Zee. auMfUli! attention to tnetr apleodld
TETE A TETRS,
Betser tbea aver bason appeased ia this aurket.
They have also
Cane Beat Chairs,
Dining Room Sails,
Aa. ia abort, ervntbrag in tha Furniture Una.
. rhy cnka a epeeiella of
Alwavs oa head or made to order at abort notice
Th'T also ara Agents for Flak Pateat "trial
lie Hariajl Cur. which ia metis of Imperishable
Baaterials wi:h baeutilnl Satsh.
TSCHUMY & DOXCISON,
Kara also enlarwl their If asufaetarlng establish
Beat, putting ia aew miebloery aad ara aow pr.
pared to da all aorta of
PLANING & MATCHING
' 41 short notice aad (a tba batt mender, and at tha
oat reasonable rata. f.2srl
6. W. MCBKR, ' . C. F.08EBAUGS
Haaofaetoran and dealers ia all kinds of
Parlor met Chamber Skit,
Parlor, Cant and Wood Stat Chairs,
iSoos, Tttea Telts, Lounges,
Hrltnxion, Pining and Breakfast Tabl
Parlor Tables, Bible Stands,
Writing Desks, Wood Brackets,
Bwrtaus, Washing Stands,
Wardrobe. Office hek.
Office Chairs, Mirrors,
prlng Beds and Matrasses,
Of all stylet and prices.
Wa maneTseture all tha above to order aad do ra
paringln tba best style.
Wa do all tha bosineesin tba aadertakiag Una aa
Flak's Patent metalle Bartal Case.
TURNING DONE TO ORDER.
JLrvh trvct.is ! nrir of Hubert's nw toloefc.
1ft 6,1 8
W. H. CLOUD'S
On Croghan street, opposite the St.
Joseph Catholic Church.
I offer my large stock of Lumb'r, 8hlngles aad
Lath for easli at the following price:
raaaaaaa Plae. $1640
near Flooring 4,00
Seceaal Clear i4,0
Taper qualities of lamber 30.00
Ka. 1, 18 laoh Kb ingle, warranted per-
feet ...?. ! 00
Ke. ti, lSlaca Shingle 4,0
Ka. 3, 18 lack shingles... 3,30
I .eta, warreateal fall ceant $3,00&V33
Call aad examine my stock before purchasing elee
wbara. W. H. CLOUD.
Fremont, 0 , 30mS.
IN FULL BLAST!
GARVIN & CO.
X ARE NOW OPE KINS A LARlihaod wellaa
aorted atoek of
Dry Goods! Groceries!
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gaps,
&c- &o. &c.
All of which hare bees boof htattha
1ft Kw Tork; sad &re offvrlairth ntlr U&. at
prieM in, wiu
Waaaald aarthat wa hare determined to stki
tola a permanent tnatitntion and hare the facilities la
.rv rmnMft .nd at ail time, to eotnDta farorablr
wilt ot aetabliehaiant la Northara Ohio. Wawlll
FIRST-CLASS GOODS !
Aad eell them at a Urge per cent, lata than tha
raa ba bought elMWhere.
GIVE US A CALL
Asd compare oar price and roodawith tha price
)tkedjronatotherplaoe,andyuBWlll ba ennrlaoed
Buy Goods al Head Quakers.
CASH PAID -FOR
Wheat, Com, OatSjVool
AD ALL S.I5M OT
, G, aeat la.tttf
For Sale Cheap.
vaa Bh'jifW Karhlre.
tae fttbisf U Jointer.
One Oct oS
" atM. a thnafant thiajtlaa. Call oa or adera
WM. A. BICE'S STOEE,
DiiJifeH GOODS, . . .
WM. A. RICE'S STORE!
FOR YOUR SHEETUfGS,
(ioto Win. A.llVcc's Store for your
Boots ixnci Stioes !
And everjUilog else at astonishing low price.
GROCERIES I The freshest
em i. Di e. 14, 1866. 4yl.
WARREN & CO.,
No. 4: St. Clair's Block,
AH. TU CD HP
KTew jxiotioix Store
AT DEAL'S BLOCK,
Corner Front and Garrison Streets, Fremont, Ohio.
GO THERE ONE
CKrent's XFurnishing broods !
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th 1867.
Do not forget the day
and cheapest in town, at
WM. A. RICE'S STORK
- - Fremont, 0.
AND ALL FOR
BOOTS & SHOES,
of commencement and
Front k Garrison.
To The Afflicted.
DR. J. L. BROWN
Of Greenspring, 0,
For the pat teelra jeara ha made tba t eatn:ent
efChroniedlaeaMa a speciality; and by diHj ea toil
and itady haa dincoTerad a new arstam of Neretu
Phylinlogy, thereby erabKne him to enrractiy
diaeritoinata btveaa eonetitntiona, whfeb acrrea aa
a errrect gnide ia mak n tha proper eelrctiona o'
remaawa to aaniett in toe ranova eiaatea "i vnronic
dlaetaea. A few of which I will mention:
Rheumatism, Scrofula, and all Erup
tions of the Skin, Lung A fictions,
Disease of the Eye and Ear,
and all diseaser of the
L iniiary Organs.
Alao all Uleeeaee of the
Lirer, Stomach, Side and Back,
&Ct &Cj) &C-
Spatial attention will ba gi.rn to all dleeaaei pe
culiar to Femaiea. Afflicted Frmalea are inrl.ed to
call and be made we'.l. All the abore dlaeawi and
many apace will not permit me to mention, I will
cure, by calling upon me at my 'omoe.
Many teetimoainla can be given. All communica
tion! will be promptly aniwered. Onioa days,
Tneedaye and Fridaya of each week. OBce orer tba
atora Brown and Mclntjre,
J. L. BROWN,
3etf tireenepring, 8- neea county, O.
3.00 TO S5.00 PER DAY.
Agents Wanted for the
A BETTEH PES' THAN GILLOT'S PEN.
Theaa peni aell rapidly whfrerer introduced, to all
elaeaea ot fopia. Are tolly jaal to tha gold pen
for eaae and beauty of writirg. Mora flexible and
durable than any ateel pen erer manufactared. Will
not corrode. Send for eample box. Only 36 cents, or
two boxea for M centa. hu.l for general use. No.
2 forLadiea,Sehoola and choiea pesmanehip. Sent
free ot poatage. Money refunded if they Co not give
tatialaction. Addreae M. V. B. COWEN, Laf.yetle,
The following ia a sample of hundred! of letter!
from parti ea who have ordered them pena.
r'orrs'TO-a , Pa , July i, 187.
M T. B. COWEN, Lalayatte, lad.
Oiab 8iet Thaboi of No. 1 peaa ordered by me
some tea dayi ainee haa arrind and I am a- mneb
plaaaad with tham that 1 hare cone od-d to take ai.
Ateaey for their aa a. aa far. at leu-, aa to de
three groaa No. 1 aad one greaa JV . 3, fei wb oh 1
aaeioae you pries to A gtota, Addr aa
' Bar. B. elOFB'ED.
Warranted ta Seat Ira tlmaa aa leoi-, and glra bet
ter aafafce'loa thaa any ateal pea ei no actotad
CUnd for cireilar of teatia-oniala from Pior in 1 1
School aad College, and inn promUant bfein-t,
kotiiaa 87mo ctiwu.
INFORM ATIO N. Tnformatior
rBaran'eed to prn'oe' a Instu-lant gow'h o'
hair apoa a Wid bd or bea'dk' a lav. al n a reer'p
tor tba laanoral f Pimplea. Biotcht-a. Ernpt-xa.. rte
aa the aaia, laarioi tba urne af t, olear. and ban:i
fa . aaa W obtai f d wlt-iu ' eh' Tm hy it, aaicf
GREAT UNITED STATE S
Cf T. Y. Kelley & Co.,
No. 80 Vesey Street, New York,
Hare opened in connection with their preecntex
tenaiTe WholeaaTe Eetabllibmant,a large and
Elegant Retail Department!
Forthe exprea purpoMiof retailing then- gooda to
ctrwniKcri t Wholesale Prioea. The Immenfe profits
which hare heretofore beeo pat upon tftaandcof
feea by tha produce ra. tha impnrtera, tbe jobber,
orokern, epecalatorr, wboleaile dealrra and filially
by tbe retail country merchant!, hare ao enhanced
the piioeaof theae eesentialarticlea of erery-day life,
that mioy eoniuireri hare been obliged to (tint
tbemt-elrea, or abstain altogether from tha nae of
Teas and Coffees. It is a tact well known to those
who are familiar with the eoacition of the tea mar
ket, that these gooda are frequently retailed by
Mnall dealers in the country at twice or thrice their
original value, and are eren then ao adulterated and
doctered by unprineip'ad apeealatora aa to ba really
unfit for the usee of any good and well provided
Wedonotaee why thia ahould longer continu,
and we therefore propone to retail our trasand eof
faea in ssal awaalittesla cemeamers. in all parts of
me conntry. at importing prices with snch small
profits added thereto, as in a widely extended and
conattntly increasing business may reasonably com
pensate us for r-ur trouble. We guarante ourtaai
and coffees at all times to be fresh and pore and war
rant all gooda sold from, thia house to giro entire
satisfaction; ctherwUe the goods may be returned,
and the money will be relunde We challenge any
establishment in this countryd. compete with as la
the qnality and prices of our goods. We call espec
ial attention to all house keepers and heads of fam
ilies to the following
OOLONG. Black 60, 70, f 0, W, 1,00 per lb. Best.
MIXED, Ureen A Black j 60, 70, SO, 90, f 1,00 per lb.
YOUNG HYSON, Green 60, 70, 80, 90, $1,00, $1,10
rt Aoprrin., nest.
IMPERIAL. rGreenl90. tl.00. tl.26.
HAti. UKKAfte AJT,l.BlaBJ 70. go, 60, $1,00, $1,10
JAPAN 90, $1,00, 11,26 per pound.
GUNPOWDER, $1,25, $1,60 per pound.
We Import a very superior quality of Klangsl
Oolong and Mnynne Young Hyson Teas, put up in
ujiiuai tuiuomo pa.aba, woiainicg one pounu.
We sell the Oolong at $1,80, and tha Young Hyson
at$l 60 per pound.
PI RK KI0, '20. 25 and 30 cents ser oonnd.
BEST OLU GOVERNMENT JAVA, 40 cent! par
ROYAL CLUB Extra Fine Si cents.
In order to meet tha demands of the people of
r remoni anu vicinity, wo nave appointed Messrs. o.
Buckland A Son Agents for the sale of onr Teaa and
Coffees. All goods are put up by ourselves in one
pound packages at onr Warehouse In New York, and
retailed at Fremont, Ohio, by 8. Buckland ft Son, at
th same prices at which they are to be had orer our
counters ia New Yoik. All goods put up hy ui bear
the trade mark cf The Great United States Tea
Warehouse" of T. Y. Kelley at Co , stamped on tha
pacaage. nvne oiners are aenaine. wees
penally caution people against procuring their
;oods of any eompaay" in Sew York, Boston, or
eleewnere, repres"nting themselves ss being eoa-
nccieu wi.n our nuaw. .viviiciii
Fair and Thorough Trial
four goods from lf wt o are interested in b-y:ng
, S s.ilaaart:e a of Tea and li tre, at lb ln.t
.a-eible rata. SMdS
MILO B. STEVENS.
ARM T ASD 2fA YT CLAIM AGSCT.
(Lata 8 .nltary Cctaxlulon Of&ee.)
89 Bank Street, Room 15,
pfLAfHS for Bnr. B vkPav, Pfsatna. ticri
t Paaaloa. (ruv ttooer. and Ccnmisratloa ol'
Amendment to the Constitution,
TBI STATU OF OHIO, 1
Orriol or taa Sscasr aet or Statx. J
J WILLIAM HEN BY SMITH, BECKK-
j. , TAa t ot tba state 01 unto, no nerany caruiy
ta. ttha followlns is a true eopy of a Joint rerola
tloa, passed by tbe eneral Assembly of tba State
01 unio.oa toe ni day or April, A u. o, laces
from tha origiaal rolls oa file la thia office.
Ia testimony whereof, 1 have hereunto subeerib
ed my name and affixed tbe Great Seal
a. (.1 of the State of Ohio, at Columbus, tba
Ota dav ot April, A. D. 1W.
WILLIAM ;HENBY SMITH,
Seoretary of State.
Relative fa an Amendment af the Conatl
tatlaa prawldlng far the eataasloa af the
Ratlvi hf las Usaaral Aemblf a tht tilt tf
Ohio, three flflhi of tha membera elected to each
Honaa agreeing tnareto, mat it oa anu is usreoy
proposed to tbe electors of this State to vote, at the
next annual October election, upon the approralor
rejection of the following amrr.m6nt as a substi
tute for tha drat section of tixe fifth article of the
Constitution of tbl 8tt, to-wit Every male clli
sen of tha United State, of the are of twenty one
years, who shall hara been a resident of tha State
onoyearnextpreceedlng the election, and of tha
county, township, or ward in which ha resides, such
time aa may be provided by law.eiept aucb pernr.ns
as have borne arms ta support of any insurrection
orrebelllon against tba government or tne unlteo
States, or have fled from thefr places of residence to
avoid belnc drafted into tbe mllitarr service there
of, or have deserted tba military or aavalservloe of
said government in time of war, and have not sub
sequently been honorably discharged from tha same,
shall hire thequtificatlons ot as elector, and be
entitled to vote at all elections. BD. A. PARROTT,
apeaaer ot toe cnue oi neoreBeniKitvee.
President of tha jvraet.
Passed April. 1T: IAne
TRE STATE OF OHIO, 1
orrici or tbs t xcrbtart ot stats. )
I, illlam Henry Smiih, Secretary ol theSta'eof
Ohio, do hereby certify tbat the following .la a true
eopy of bb aet therein named, pined by tha General
Assembly of tha State of Ohio, on tbe 16th day of
April, A, D. 1667, taken from the original roll oi
lie ta this office.
: la Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto
snbecribed my name and affixed the Seal
fazal.l of th's cmceiat Columbus, the2tbday
of September. A 1 17.
WM. HENRY SKITH,
Secretary cf 4tate.
Relating to a certain proposed Amendment
to the (Joufi'-itution, and tbe publication of
WhkrsaR. Tb central mblr of the Stat of
Ohio three-fifth of the toembfri elected to each
hoQM azrteisg thereto, b&re pro Fed an mDd.
merit to tbe Conetitation, to be nubinitteia to the
eleetoTn for tbelrepproT&l or injection, at tfn el c
tion fnr Frnaton and RepreufQtatiTei. on tbe icond
IntttdMj of October, 1S67; therefore.
ftBrrrioie 1. B it tnmetel bw tke GmtmI Aartmblw
fifth State cf OMio, Tbat the e it dors of the&tate
halt vote npon paid propound amendment at tha
ieoral el ction in October, 1867. as therein preecib
ed, Tit: ThoeeTOtiug f rtbe amendment shall pat
npon laeir baiimi inese woro: 'uoosiicnuonai
Amendment, yes." Thore voting araicst it Fhall
pat opon their ballots there words: Constitatt4oal
Sao. 2. A return additional to tbe return no- rm
quired bj law to be made, of tbe t-Ufs east at such
election for Stat officers and Senators and Repre
sentatives, and also fur and against the said proposed
amendment to the constitution, shall be certified
acd made by the clerk of each eon. ty to the Secre
tary of 8 ate, within ten days after said election, and
within twenty de a'ter aaid elecuon, lie frorer
nor. Secretary of State and Attorney Oftn-ral ebal!
ores said ret ami and count the votes, and ascertain
whether or not a majority of tbe toui cut at sal !
election bare been ost for the propraed amendment;
acd ir it appears tbat a mejort yor me voice cast at
such election have been cast for asid propoeed
amendment, the Governor shall make proclamation
thereof without delay.
ao. 8. The Secretary o? State shall eanse the pro.
posed amendment to the constitution, pwa d at the
prfffent tesatouoTine geoersi aaermuiy io oe pur.
Hehed in not leaa than one newppiperineaeheounty
of the State where a newspaper is published, until
the Second Tuesday of Octobe, 18f7, and be shell
also cause this act to be published in the samx mtn
ner for two weeks next preceding said election.
Sic. The eust ofpubllshiug this act aad the
proposed amendment to the conetltutirn in each
county, shall te paid out of the county treasury in
the county wherein publiihcd.
Sso. 5- This act shall take t tfeot imicedUtely.
rassed April 16, 1867.
Speaker pro tern, of the Houee of Representatives
Avdbsw 0. If cBrwrET,
Presitient of the Senate.
Bristol k TayVov
ATE just opened for tbe Fall trade a splendid
Cloths and Cassimeres,
la directed to tha
W (0) S I US B
BRISTOL & TAYLOR.
Bare the Usgcst and burl atusk of.
CLOAK & DRESS
in tha City. 60 and rea them- n80rl
A larfra and splendid line of
Prints and Maslins,
Cheaper than bav been offered before for the pas
five years are now being sold at tha
CASH STORE OF
Bristol & Tayiov.
""I TCOVESTEEN & CO,,
VJT 409 Hreadwa),Nev Xork.
Our la sew addition to onr dlreat etvlee, is at.
tra-tlog he a-tmiratien of both eritics aad pipnlare.
w . mention ar.e'al'y. some of tba c'atme o this rew
Pta.e B.1 eving tbext-rl"rnbnn!d hea- beaut'tal
tt -ba eye aa mlfdy ta to the ear. wa have pa(d great
attefiMoa in gett-rg bem np In a style that 1 eoa-a-ded
a'l h ave eeen tbem to be tbe hand
somest Pian Fort' mde. Thev are an eotlrely aaw
tiU witti four full round croers heavily carved
ter. and lrr-. haw richly mnnlded and eWalns ear
Uttat iwfrovid nea trjtU aaal arlion The tone la
melodloue. and ita edaptab'ltty to pasaag'aof every
hade of exprescoB, fmm the aof teat mcrmnrs, the
Oreaamoo, and tha f . atvea the Per4rmer every
The Fremont Journal.
TO A SUNBEAM
On th. wall,
May I catch you if vou fall?
I will go
Do not fear m ao.
Are you mads of golden light?
T!l me where lo fiDd you sight
Have yon eyta
In the ikiet
Where you alwgja riaT
See it glid-,
Far aad wide,
Ihirtirg dw from aide to aide!
Here and there,
Qlancins: through the air I
Sow 'tis ahort, now 'tia Ion?,
Like the meter of my tong.
In si. d out,
. Without cire cr doubt.-
Oome this way ;
Oentlr with you I will play.
Vl'hen ycu dart,
I will a! art,
Xow let us be smart.
Then the weary aunbeam eaid,
"I shall light upon your head,
In your hair,
Will I rvat methflre."
Ca'm and deep,
H'iv vizi's round it keep.
L-t. it rrt,
And may not e molest.
Diea the aii'.l eam erer dream
Of the bright at:d sparkling stream
Where it playi-d,
As it strayed,
WLen Judge Thurman cets Lis five
thousitud millioua of dollars of govern
ment money in circulation, it is possible
that when a disabled soldier gets his
pension for six months he mar be able
to buy a pound of coffee or a peck of
potatoes with it.
A significant fact for Democratic or
ators, who are constantly harping on
tbe ignorance of the negro, is this, for
which we have the authority of Gour
al . Sheridan. A larger proportion of
the colored voter? registered on the re
gistration list could sign their names
than of whites. Wo never lizard a
Democratic orator advocate the dis
franchisement of the whites of Louisi
ana on a account of their ignorance.
God has written on the flower that
sweetens the air-on the breeze that
rocks the flower upon the stem : upon
the rain drop that refreshes the sprig
of moss that lifts its head in the desert;
upon its deep chambers: upon every
penciled sheet that sleeps in the caverns
of the deep, no less than upon the
mighty sun that warms and cheers
millions of creatures which live in its
light-upon all his works he has written
-"None liveth for himself."
Mr. Vallandigbain begs the people
to forget the bitterness of the past, and
to soberly consider the things of the
present let he says that, "within
three years, the loyal robbers, thieves
murderers, who, with so much alacrity,
volunteered to rob, steal, plunder, and
make desolate the happy homes of the
South, will be calling on the rocks and
mountains to fall upon them and hide
them from the enraged Democracy."
How many soldiers, or the fathers and
brothers of soldiers, are there in Ohio
who will rote the Copperhead State
and County ticket, in order to elevate
this man to a seat in the Senate of tbe
Have yon ever noticed how an icicle
is formed ? You notice how it froze,
one drop at a time until it was a foot
long or more. If the water was clean,
the icicle remained clear, and sparkled
in the sun; but if the water was but
lightly muddy, the icicle looked foul,
and its beauty was spoiled. Just so our
characters are forming, One little
thought or feeling at a time adds its
influence. If eah thought be pure
and right, the soul will bo lovely, and
will sparkle with liappiness; but if im
pure and wrong, there will be final
deformity and wretchedness.
Car windows, like mupquitoes, are
among the minor annoyances of this
life. These windows will not move
when wanted, or else they are always
coming down frightening those in their
neighborhood. Even obliging con
ductors are nonpulsod when they at
tempt to regulate car windows. Some
method ought to be introduced by
which these provoking windows can be
raised and lowered with facility, and
without the exceedingly disagreeable
annoyance for a lady traveling alone to
be obliged to ask one of the gentlemen
among her fellow-passengers to opeu or
close a window. Can not American
inventive genius suggest a cure for ob
Tbe latest Fashion U to provide onea
elf with a bottle cf Dr. J. W. Polai d's
White Pine Com otind, to be used in cas s
of Throat and Lung affections, ard all
diseases of the Blad ler ard Kidneys. It
never fails. Sold by a'l drngwiste.
Send for Circulars.
C. A. VAN TINE,
36tf Sandusky, Ohio.
UH01N BUSINESS INSTITUTE
Tuition Cheap to Young Men
Ped ''ir Circn'iari. B.P.CiLKlV'. Pr-'t.
TTTR have ra-operied our Coal T ard and offrlra
if impartorartiaotsautb uoat tor acan oi
HOUSEHOLD W T II OUT
TARHANT'8 siy.-?.;". BIGS'T wl'hln
reaeh l.efe ao importaBt eafegnard of
h a th and ll-'n Af -I 1 of th a stand,
i ard remedy f-r tndinetton eoastlpatioa
M and btJior.eceu, re'Uve every distresslog
Bali iflb Jjmptnm and prevent daig tons eonsr.
Fon Sali it ihi Fktixi Dars) Tbjd
PAINTS FOR FARMERS,
AND OTHERS THE GRAFTON MINIRAL
PAINT COMPANY are aow maoBfactnring tha Best,
Cheapest and most Parable Paint in nse; two ooats
well pnt on, mixed with pore Linseed Oil, will last 10
or 14 year.; It is of a light brown or taiatlfnl choco
late color, and can ba ehanged to green, lead, etoaa,
o!lve, drab or cream, to sott tba taste of theoon
samer. It Is v-tlnable 'or Houses, Barns, Fenoes,
Agricultural Implements. Carriage aad far-ic.kere,
Pal's and Wocdec-wara, Catvfta. Metal and Bbingle
Roofs (t being Fira and Water Proof,) Bridges,
Burl.il Case, Ta al Boats, Ships and Ships' Bottoms,
FloorOil Clotls. (one Manufacturer having used 6000
bbla. the past vear.) and as a paint fr sny porpose is
unsurpassed for b-xly, durability, elasticity, and ad
hesiveness. Price 5 per b:l., of 100 ftn., which will
snpplv a farmer fr yrers to coma. Warranted la all
earea as as above. S. nd lor a circular which givea
full particulars. None genuine nnless branded in a
trade mark G.fron Mineral Paint. Address,
n 1N1SL BiDWELL, Profbiitor,
U&4 Pearl Street, New York.
6 AAA AGEA" f S wanted to aell six new Inventions,
,UUv or great Tslne to families; all pay great
pr.dts SemlSSe and get 80 pages and sample gratis.
Agents hire Eale 1100 000.
EynRAix Brown, Ltwall, Haas.
?oi)bineelD ooenrraent & oer-
fect flttinf Comet, and the noit
deitnble Skirt Snnoorter erer
fffir.d the public It plrvtve the
wwgM or tne ikirte upon tne
hon'dera imtrad of the hip; It
improves the form without tight
laciop; glreeeaee nde!eifnce;
l approved end recommenced b
D. B.SAU.iDERr, fcCO,
fft Summer street, Boston.
The Metropolitan Collar Co.
Hake Fifty-Eight varieties of
Laiira' Gents Collars and Coif. The largest
eocern for Paper Goods in th worM.
Office, 307 Broadway A. V.
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t E4STHAN & KEADAI L,
5 HsnoTcr St , Boston, Uvea,
WA NT E D SALESMEN To
travel aad Mil (roods bv cample. Ood
WARr-fi end s'pv'v rnplovment. Address with stair p,
HAMILTON, P? RKr Cu , Cleveland Ohio-
fiin A DAY MADE BY ANY
X " ONE. with my Patent Stencil Tool.
V prepay samples free. Bware of infrinireri.
My circulars will explain. Add rea s A. J Fnllam,
Mr. VAN NORMAN'S
ENCLISH AND FRENCH FAM
ILY SCHOOL for Young Ladies. No West
38 street. New York, will re-open Sept. 26. For full
information n?e circular. Addresa aa above.
The Richest Slan ia the World.
EXTRACT OF A LITTR FRO SARO SOIOXOW EOTH-
Paris, 8th April, 1864, Ub Rue Fanby, 8t Honor.
Will yon be kind enonyh to have forwarded to me
here 209 bottles of yonr Indian Lin:ment; if too will
send at tbe same time the account, I will forward
von the amount thronh Meers. Belmont & Co.,
Baron Snlnmou RothehIM htvin recommended to
macy of his friends Mrj r Ires UNIMKNT, and
th-y b--ir-jt fsinms to procure it, he ahould advise
him to establish a depot in Paris
THE INDIAN LINIMENT,
Asa relie. evr rrady; a killer cf pain, taken ln-
wvdlr, or outwsr.lly applied, has no eqaal. For the
reli f find cure of Rheumatic and Neural gic A flections
Sprains, Bruise, Ac ,it is cneqitled. It is aso most
efficacious, taken inwardly, in tiie eure of Cholera,
Cramps and Pain In the Xtomich, Diarrhoea, Dye
entery, Chslfra Uorhns, Cholera Infantum, Its., and
is without exception the most wonderful Panacea
the world Horde. No family fhould be without it
Kvery traveler by land ors?arhonld have a bottle
Miners and Karmers residirjg at a distance from
physicians shou d kep it constantly on band. In
case of Acaidentf, and sadden attacks of -Stomach
Comp'&tntA, its valae cannot be estimated. Inquire
f-r Vejor l.are's Indian Liniment, and take no
other. Price 60 ets. per bottle. For sale at whole.
sale and retail by Ue ma Barnes Co , 23 Park Row
New York: Gale Rob-neon. 189 Greenwich St., N.
Y;F. C WeTe, 1W Fa!ton st , N T;CUw N Critlen
den, 3S 6:h Avenne, ft Y, and by respectable drug
gists throughout tbe World. Aooe genuine cnlesa
fiafd by John Thomas Lane, and cmnte'eigned by
J,T. Laxefc Co proprietors, 13 Broalway N Y.
Send for Circular.
WE STILL LIVE!.rbra
cut iron or waciat btEc.l tools Send for our
New Ca'aloue oflnprovad StenMl Dies, 20 varieties
all cf Steel, careful v nn.nbed and tempered. H. M,
tPESCER & Co.,Battleboro, Vt
MANHOOD AND TBE VIGOR
f'F YOUTH RESTORED If 4 WEEKS.
ajiCCKS8(;cARATEiD. Dr. RecoruV Essence of Lfe
re-0'es mtnly power, from whatever causes arising
tne euects oieariy per memo a naoiis, se:i aouse, im
noteccv ard cUmate, e-vea way at onci to this won
darfnl medicine, if taken r gtilarly according to di
rections (wh:ch are very simple and requ re no re
straint f:om business or pl-aaure ) Failure ia im
poaeible. Sld in bottles at $3, or 4 quantities in one
for ?9. To be had on !v ot tne aoiea: po'Dieaagent in
Americs, figtiMAN GECJIZSX, 32) Bowery, and
206 2d Avenue, N. Y.
BOOK AGENTS WANTED. Now
re-trfy for celivery, a new work of universal
importance, is wholly nnl-ke ordinary subscription
b joks, is standard, was p -pred the best ta?ent
in the c-untry, is hig'.ly ommecded by tha m,3st
noted litfrary and sci-cntiec men. An Afpnt of tn
years exrerieuce najfih ee'ls mors in proportion to
those called on than any other wrk be ever fold
Has no competition freight prepM, besides the
largest commission; other indceementa are offered,
to j rood to publish.
Only eperieECd and sooetSful Agents Wanted.
For particulars address.
I. PATTEN FITCH, Chicago III.
orPK FOR 1867, is row ready, containing
a itsi of 1500 varieties of Bulbous Flowers, with
A BEAUTIFUL COLORED PLATE,
ad full direerin8 f r cu'ture. Sent post.paii on
i h r"cipt of 10 ceota. Adires UOVEY&Co,, 63
North Market street, Boston, Mass.
WE ARE COMING
and will prvfttnt to soy person seniing ni a c'ub in
our Great One Price Sale of Dry aid Fancy Goods.
&S Ki!fe Drera Pattern. Piece of Sheeting, Watch
fcc.freeof e xt. Cataingne of good 4, and sample,
sent o any aidivs free. Address J. S- UA tVh.S &
Vo.t4U uanTer at, uoeton, mhss. r.u. Box 6V2tt.
A GENTS WANTED 10 to $20 a
J. A. dur, to intrcdnce our new patent Star Shot
tlv S&wino MAoa;s, Price 20. It uses two
threads, and makes te genuine Lock 8tit?h. A'l
oter tow price t mchioi make the Cbaii stitch.
Eicliive territory given, fiend for circulars- W.
G. WILSON & Co., Manufacturers., Cleveland, Ohio.
--T1EYOXD TIIE MISSISSIPPI."
MJ A Complete History of the iVaw Spates
and Te ritcriea. from be (i eat River io the Great
Ocean. By Albert D Richardson. Over 10,000
cpis sold in one month. Lifi and Adventure on
Piairfts, MounUini, aTid 1he Pacific Coaat. With
ovr 200 Dencrintive and Photugraphio View ofthe
Scenery, CiMes, Lands, Mines, i'eople and Cariosities
of the new Sut?F and Territories.
Tonro-ipective em -gran's and sttlers In the Far
W?st, this History of that vaat and fVrtile region
will prove an invaluable assistance, sipplying as it
does a wnt long felt of a full authentic and reliable
zuide to climte. sil. pro-tocts, means of travel, ete.
AGKiVrs WANTED. Send for Circulars and see
onr terms, and a full description of the work. Ad
dress NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO ,
86 w3 149 West Fourth street, Cincinnati, O.
A GENTS WANTED. A Silver P.
A Watch p'iven g'atla to the purchaser of every
100 of Kmnedv8 Mammoth Prlr Stationery Pack-
sss. the laroregt in the world. (As an inducement
to introduce them.) Agents sell them as fastis hey
ean reach them out. $30 per dav ean be made sura.
P'ice per hncdied, inclnilioz watch, $15. Retail at
25 cU each. Alao dealers in eh&ap Jewelry Silver
v.'are, Photographs, sc. For tun pirticulars oi
Prize Packs1! aud Catalogue of Jwlrv, &c-, and
other sleable good's, ad'reps R. alONROK KEN
NEDY & Co., cor. 6th and Wood street, Pittsburgh,
TrFFP COPIES OF ALL YOUR
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Aou p.nn Ir.stAntPous Sympathetic Copying Ink,'
jV- PreFH or natr used. Letters written with this
Tpk, cipv p'rA.ctly in the Pecn letter Book without
tbe nea of n Copying. press. Give it atrial. Made
only at the Penn Manufacturing Works Philadelphia,
per month and traveling expenses,
voi sgnN n eii nr tatmt ,ver-
IFnifr Hire i lotk L net .-ci
Mtf- a a n-j-iii Auen aa ir jo 104
H caaay, iew Yoik
AGENTS WATTFD. To Inaiir-a-'o
r"nt Ac e w'H u cu t an
t n v.rv ci. of mre hm ft,'Xrt populstio t,,
c u. Itj va-ry lor ln.1,'es 4 whole
i,,,!HI I ed In ion e t re ji a Ion b:ch a
n in a e p A hoa .an eaet'vtne as hteine-m.
,ei ral linD! ed !1'-1 s pr Mr Thl- 's n "rpo
tt i.tt fo nrliw rr en n fiecnreapr flt.M-conec-t
on wi h the b a" eetobli.bed Afe-tlfl-g g ncv
in ti rtt-tpe. add"... wi b f itl aftica a-e
vfden-os. , SKO. P. tori.U. Co., aatark
New Advertisements. Insurance Companies.
INSURANCE 1 ! I
WESTERN INSURANCE COMVS''
OF BUFFALO, K. T.
BCUBITT IKSITRARCB COM PA "TV,
of xkw tow crrr.
I AM prepared totake Hull or Cargo risks on Grain
or Lumber In either ofthe above prompt aad re
sponsible companies at tha lowaat going rates; will
make It to tha advantage of those desiring Murine
loan ranee to eell aad see bb.
I. E. AMSDEN, Agent,
Merck is, 1MT ltme. Fremont, Oblo.
Home Insurance Co.,
OF NEW YORK.
29A Stmi-Annual 8iatment,showing th con
dition of tU Company on the 1st
day of July, 1866.
Casta Capital, fa, OOO,OO0, 00
. . f . . . mmm vi ,,uniH.
ny consist In Bonds aad Mortgageaand Cnttedstatea
This Compaay by Its efficient officers and men at
home, and Its agents abroad, has built np an organi.
satlon itcand to o! in tbe Unittd Stattt for Fan
harrxct and Rrliabilitt.
All paraons seeking Insurance should remember
he Home, of New York.
CHAKLI3 J. X ARTIN.PresldeBt.
A.F.wimARTH V1CFpr9lW t;
I. H. WiSHBraa, Asst. Sec'y.
W. n. KleLKLLAN, Afjant.
Fremont, Aug. lO.lsea. "
Has been in successful operation
NEARLY 20 YEARS,
And bas more Farm Property insured than
all the Companies in tbe state.
Capital, $325,000 00.
Surplus Cash, 140,000 00.
Losses adjusted and paid since organisation
TH.S COMPANY PAYS THE WHOLE AMOUNT
of all louses and damages by Fire and Lightning
np to the amonnt insured. Rates of insurance are
from to lower than any other
For Punctuality in Paymnt and Honorable.
ness in Dealing vt would Hefer you to
Adam and George Karbler, of Rile Tp.
Jamea Ntrelcy, Ureen Creek.
. Jeremiah Gibba, Riley.
John Grant, Ballvijle.
Henry Hoffman, Jackson,
G. H. OolviD, TowDaeud.
Jamea Beebe, Townsend.
To whom were paid S5.000 00, 4,200 00,
of which since September last.
There are 1,000 Farmers numbered among
GIVE USA CALL!
We also would solicit the patronage of
people ol t reraont tor toe
SUN INSURANCE COMPANY,
Wbce paid up Capital la 'i0O,0OO 00. (Certi
fied bj Superintendent Insurance Department of Kew
York.) Over 100 persons are natrons of this Compa
ny la Fremont.
ZACHARV ROSS Aarent,
Sandutky, Ottawa fc Erie Counties.
June 28, 1M7. Homo.
MAFUFAOTURER AXD DEALER
s ALL KINDS OF
TOBACCO AND SEGAIiS !
Ia Backhand's New Black, Opposite the
lat National Bank,
SIGN OF THE BIO INDIAN
"I KOCERrl, Saloon-keepers, and Hotel prnprierst
Kre.spociaiiyiuviiea to can ano examinto m
Stock. It is the largest and moat complete of an
nowkeptin this section of theeonntrj.
Uj motto ia quick sales and smallproflta.
Fremont. Nov. 24,139. 7jl .
Cigar Store !
Opposite tbe Bank ol
D H. ALTAFFER,
WOULDreepectfulljannonaeeto tba citizens ol
Fremon t and anrroBBdin eoantrj, that ba baa
foatopenedan entlralaewatocK oi
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
which he Is prepared to sll, Wholesale and Retail,
at the lowest "gores. He would especially invite
Hotel and Saloon-Keepers, to examine his (roods, be-
roreparohaainr elsewhere. UHr.WLNU IUBAUW, oi
MEERSCHAUM PIPES, MATCHES, 01-
GAR-HOLDERS 4 TOBACCO
lnendleaa variety, oonstantly oa band .
7" City andeountr) customers will be supplied
wttn everyuung in my line oi ousiness, ai reasons
Fremont, June 1, l&M, SSyl.
IS BCCKLASD'S SEW BLOCK.
M. BROCK WAY,
T E3PECTJTLLY announces to the pablic thai
XV D c8 joft A tted up a first class Hair Dreeeinr
and Shaving Saloon, in Buekland's New Block,
where he will be pleased to see both old and new
He has a room fitted up expressly for the use of
ladies and he will give especial attention to
Ladies Hair Cutting aud Hair Dressing.
OLD SWITCHES, CURLS,
Made as good aa bow.
made to order.
All kin ia of ladies hair work
n28 vl6 tf.
Has bought the
ahere he Is caking tba
PHOTOGRAPHS, erer made ia
PHOTOGRAPHS, eo4Ba M it lt Mt w
PHOTOGRAPHS, A, D. "WILES.
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware.
The War is Over
Gold has Gone Down!
RO BE RTS& SHELDON
Have reduced thePrice
WE ask the Farmer to call and ex
amine our stock
Tools and Implements,
which consist in part of
Combination Steel Plow,
Curtis' Iron Beam,
Fostoria Cast Plow,
Shovel Plows, double & single
Corn Shellers, iron and wood,
Hoes and Forks,
Rakes and Scythes,
Scythe Sticks and StoneB,
Shovels and Spades,
Churns, Tubs, Pails, Brooms,
SDinniner Wheels and Reels.
Sheep Shears & Wool Twine,
Stucco, &a, fec.
Together with a complete stock of
House and Barn Trimmings,
Builders' & Farmers' Hardware,
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware,
All of which wa offer at
Prices which defy Competition.
ALSO AGENTS FOR THS
Mower aud Reaper
Buckeye Wood Sawing Ma
Our Tin Shop,
Is in order, and will fill your orders
ROBERTS & SHELDON
THOMPSON & CO.
Now offer for sale a Large Stoek of
THOMPSON & CO.
I Kaadvt ia
, 1. laVeWBH
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware. Commission Merchants.
IdAIi GRAF & ER3T8T.
;- rlk,Waac Bad rBrlJe
WOMtTCASI NltH PAsV FOIt
BUTTER, EGCS, LARD, TALLOW.
HIDES, PELTS, DRIED
FRUIT, ., dW.'
We kava eoaatacUy aa bead
A COMPLETE STOCK Cap
Family Groceries !
Wkieh we affer at the
Lowest New York Caih Prlies.
CT" Salt aud Floor always on hand.
Highest prices for all sorts of FUR.
Don't pass by the WUd Cat Sign,
fbbd. j. LanrmiAr,
atjl vlS JOAJi O. IBN8T.
Joseph L. Bawsoii & Go.
Forwarding and CQmrnissicn
tfcO - , cSsO.
Bavuf purensaed tba entire property kaewa aa
"Fromont Warehome tft Steam
At tba bead of navIvatlOB ea tbe Saaeaakr Bivar.
waarepraparedte receive store, aad ship - p .
JoecpaT L. RawaoK is afansging AgaaU
Office at the Ware House.
L. Q. EAWSOIT, )
JAMES MOORE, 7ramot, Ohio
JOSEPH Ii. BAWS03, )
rremont, afareb 18, lM7.-vlSolItf.
The best in uis manaraatured and for sale bp
IN DOW CAPS AND SILLS1
Buildine Castinrs of all kinds at
aSOma O. JUNI at Co 'B
BLANKS. We have on hand and
for sale at tbe Jocrbal Office tba fallowing
V arrant r, Qalt Claim anal Aalralnlatra.
Satea al Maud.
Laad Cob tract.
Notice af Prateata
Billa of Lading.
Writ el Keplevia.
Affidavit al Keplevia.
Aeidarlt far riet War ran ta.
Affidavit for Search Warraata.
Recaaaiaane Before Caort.
Reeofalnace Before J.P.
Affldaett for Attachment.
WILCOX 4 GREENE.
WILL POSITIVELY RESTORE 0RA T
HAIR TO ITS ORIQISAL COLOR.
It keeps tbe bair from falling oat. It ia tbe best
dressing ia tba world, making llf class, stiff, basso
bair, bealthv, soft aad glossy.
For sale bp all drnrriita.
B. F. HiLL h 00, Nasbsa, If. H. FrourtataiB.
UNITED STATES HOTEL.
o proem tbs
KswYak t New i V,Testna U M Cepst
BY F. M. PRATT,
Formerly af American House.
31, '13, J.I V ar Braadwap, K. I , Oppo
site Bowling Green.
on THE ECRONA9 PLAIT.
THE STEVENS HOUSE is well aad widely knowa
ta the travelling pablic Tbe loeatioa is espe
cially suitable ta marebaats aad business an ; it
ia inclose proximity to the bnaineaa part of tbe
eitp ia oa the highway of Soatheraaad Wastera
travel and adjacent to all the principal Bailroedl
and Steamboat denote.
The STEVENS HOU8E haa liberal aceoaiaioda
tiea for over SCO guesta it ia well furnished, aad
poaserees every modern improveaeeat for the eoaa
fort aad entertainment of ita inmates. The roor a
are apacionr aad well veatilated provided with sea
aad water the attendance ia prompt aad reepeetfal
and tbe table la ganeronaly providea with every
delicacy of the season at moderate rates.
21 md 6E0. K. CHASE 4 CO., Fropristora.
THK BOARD OF SCHOOL EI
aaiinera for Baadaaky Cosaty will bald amarleaa
'or n.mostto ol eaBdtdatee for teaebeiaasi linsates
t tbe RiehrVhoel bai'dieg. In Frvmoet, oath, fol
owlnc 8rutUyr: Sept-K' at; Oat 13tb aad SScb
Not 0th aad 2V; Deecmber th, aad Jaa. dtb. At
Bol'evrTtll Mot. 3
EasmicutloB. wlllbeg a at 10 oelcak A, B. Each
aandid.te Is recatred ty law to pay fifty aaots aa a
aoedttioa of axamiaalloa.aad to leave a stamped a
velopa with tbe clerk of tbe board. Mattoaary Will
ba furnished by tbe seard.
a- a. vi.s 1
J. . 1 OV 0 J Xxaaiatt.