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" Wanted, Fm Rant," e. Botm.
celling Fits lamas, Inverted la till
Colusa for 89 Onta per Week.
TpOR' SALE. Forty-Horn power
-L Eas-tnt aad Boiler, la raaaie. order, aa Meon-
sh-a una M to price a ad payment. Also aiuU salt
ci earnered Ut Machinery, 8aafrtlg. relWe,
MOR' SALE. A good Cutter,
r.i lai.i Moans a . WBkTUTTEN.
t tbe rest Ontoe.
CAM FIELD & CO.:
RtfXL ESTATE AGENTS, POST
Owiee X a; rnaaoat, Ohio. ittiwt ta
ayiarr wMUiir .r mtiir Bwat, Lata, rareas
aid all k.ads f Baal gatase. -"jr Airerttsiag
vmm witwHt aval i. &a owner ei uo aiovi--y-,
1 i 1 . "
TrOR. SALE. A Farm of 240 acre.
X 140 scree eteared end aa4er eeltlTation, Mux
mtrw4-s largaanw two-etr-ry brick bsejaa, wMk
a vtdilioa oa sad a heltatoriea; (nm earn 40170
tee; warooefcee aad Km erln, 24X4 teat; two area,
aril., well at a a a4 Wi, was ererrthie- ar
ranged with a view Is comfort aad eonrmueiH.
Situated in Jneksoa Tmibii, aeve asttea from
Freeaoat-three kIIm west oiTin&ui'aAew Mill. The
! ei larva la J season Towaihip Prica 888 per Mr
ANTED. A House mnd Lot, on
1 Wee aide Mr ClOS cash. .
,-. taariAUD vy., at tu rout ooeat
I ,!i -i r "
IOU SALE.-.A ood Tannery on
the east aide of the river.' la Tmanisq order,
its air taa peoeaaarT fwU, with thraa fins ia-Sots.
Tnca lAwSOVaae-balf down, balaueaba Un to nit
r-.rrhaarr. This Is considered tMd hargeia. uo
wna ! Mrs ivr nib w , m lanowy:
O R "S A t,"K' 1 A fi n li'miaA anr W.
I era Ine corner ef JVaaotoa and Elm Btreeta.
ease a (rood aa new, loustiea aaaaUaat, good wall,
-lalera, out buildiara aad f-ners. Terms, reaeva-
IjOR SALE. A new eothic house
-L with lot, aa Marfcat Slraat, with food fraoM,
won Mtaun, a Boat wars arau a took ad wita
enru-aery. rnoe low. Tamia easy..
I AMFiELD CO., at tha roatofiea
ljOELALKr-s-TUreeood new, two
I story Bouses with Urn lota, good ceUara,
wrila. ctatmaa fcaoaa aad a!1 ' imptoaajaaU. va
Waaaa atiwat, aoath of Ua Baiiniad, ia taa aiaaaaat
oat part of ttta eity. . ash hoaaa ooataioa atfht
roaan an aiaaata, aaatnoa, ai, arraairos with ra
faraoca to coBTaaMao Frioaa froaa 12.600 to S3C0
baJtriu.D ivf at tna raatooioa.
FOR SALE. A very desirable va
aat lot, eoraor of Arch aa4 -Joaa Btnata.
Will ha-aotd at a artwaia.
CAM FIELD k COattha roatoato.'
OR SALE. A valuable lot, on
warntM straat, for aaa at a rarj kt arioa.
CAHF1ELD A 00., at tha JaatoBoe.
170R SALE. A splendid Farm, on
JL taa RallanriUe road, iS mil want of Fraajoat
eoatauiiaf 100 aeraa of tbf Tarr bl land, wjth a
cool la'a fara hara, food baaaa, X0 aeroaof
bat Unbar, all imarora.Dt in rood oondltioa, aad
taa rwaag oraaard.' Will Waaoldfbr f,0OO wltt
aajj MjaaaaLa. - :,
C AMFIELD CO., at tha FoaWBoa.
1?0R SALE. A Fare of 100 acres,
X half cleared aad iialf tinfevad wiU rrrj cwoirn
hoary tiartar oa whieh aoae baa baa a eat. Oood
f raaia hoaaa, fraaa bara, aa 1 ywaay haariog orchard
oriOOtroaa. fiitaata oa the tarapika, oar aailaa
aaat of Fraaioat. Tana W par acra, half cat a,
oaaaea ta t to a raara. Kaaira ai
CAMFIKLD A: C-, at tha Poatoffioa.
A. a. WILCOX. Editors. .
FREMONT, OHIO. ...
FRIDAY, DEC. 20, 18S7.
Manufacturing in Fremont.
The armaments in favor of the estab-
liahment of manufactures in our midst
are far from cvhausted. - 'If the prop
erty owners :of Fremont,. wish ,to see
heir possessions appreciate in value;
the population increase rapidly; the
own eirpand to double iti present size
within a few years; they must not only
talk the matter np, but invest their sur
plus means ia manufacturing enterpises.
Every business man and merchant is
pecuniarily interested ' in the building
p of manufactories and the consequent
increase of population; as thus his cus
tomers are multiplied and the general
prosperity promoted. . An increase of
wealth would result, by saving the ex
iienses now paid for changing the raw
material into'manufactured articles, by
parties outside oir own State, and
hence a diminution of each roan's,, .tax
es in the ratio of such: increase. It
w ould create a home market for every
product of the farm, the garden or the.
fniit orchard, by an increase of our
population. While manufacturing es
tablishments furnish a ready and reli
able market for every farnr product, it
oives to every consumer his goods at
reduced prices, and if he' furnishes any
prt of the raw material, he realizes a
lumber price for that.. The future of
KieiDont dejads measurably upon the
t-f-lablishment and prosecution here of
Ruch .enterprises.; If prosperity is to
i haracterue onr future, we must en-
urage every such, undertaking and
r-tx towards them all in a spirit of lib-
f atllty. . ' , , ... .... ,' ..!. .
Manufacturing in Fremont. Gold--Downward Tendency.
Since the meeting of Congiess, says
an exchange; gold has falen"froin'l 40
1" ?1 33y and sllhoagbit now vibrates
I. -tween' II 83 and f 1 34, the general
impression is that it will go lower still
What causes this marked decline at this
tmie ? The causes are many; first, the
1 illness of trade throughout the coun
tiy has frightened the importers and
they stopped imortiog, as they should :
This stops the dain of gold from
this country to pay dry goods' balances
) Europe. ' Second, the shortness of
rojs and scarcity of "breadstutl's in
Earope have -stimulated onr exports of
produce, thus reducing still more the
mount of gold lb be sent across the
Atlantic : Third, pooress, although
it has yet accomplished' nothing defin
ite, haslu.wnaitHRmUtr:eable deter
mination to economize-rigidly and to
adopt a wise financial policy, equally
removed from the rapid contraction of
McCulloch and the wild-cat expansion
of Stevens, Butler and Pendleton.
These causes are sufficient to, produce
the result noticed, and the same eauses
continued wjll ultimately bring gold to
a far lower figure. The tendency is in
the right direction. . Both goVfirpuient
and people begin to see the necessity of
retrenchment and economy, ami noth
ing but rigid and ersistent economy,
both at Washington aud ia the homes
of the people; will ever solve our pres
tiii financial , riddle. Spending too
much money has got ml into trouble
we must get out of trouUe by spend
ing less.' ,,. -,
The President has sent to Congress
his reasons for removing Mr. Stanton
from the War Department- lie says
there was a total lack of harmony be
tween himself and Mr. Stanton, which
led to frequent quarrels in the Cabinet.
He does not charge any malfeasance in
office on the part of Mr. Stanton, but
makes it very plain that there waa an
irreconcilable incompatibility between
them. The Senate referred the docu
ment to the Military Committee. What
action will be taken in the matter can
not be told, but several gentlemen say
there was nothing in the reasons, al
leged for suspension constituting legal
ground under the law. ',. " ' . . . t ,
ANOTHER RAILROAD ACCIDENT.
j CI DENT.
- Yesterday morning's papers brought
the news of another terrible Railroad
calamity. The New ' York Express
train, due at BuflalCwt midnight. .Wed-
esday, ween one mile east ot Angola,
from some unknown cause met with a
fearful accident The two rear cars
were thrown from ''the Irack and fell
down an embankment a distance of
fifty feet, roassacreing the passengers
by the wholesale. One car was set on
fire from the -stovey and of the Jifty
passengers in . it,, only .ikraa escaped
with their lives, the others being crush
ed and burned to death. No further
details lave come to hand.
Progress of Reconstruction.
AlabaaMk has held a oonventioa 'and
formed a new State ebnstitution, under
the Teconstruclion iaws of Congress,
Aa election to accept or reject the new
constitution fw!ll be held on the 4th of
February,, and ,at ae same, election,
state, county and legislative officers and
members of Congress are to be chosen.
The new: constitution, is said to be a
wise,' moderate ; art - statesmanlike in
strument.' ' In Louisiana, Virginia'" and,
Georgia, conventions are still in session.
The Stales of North and South Caro
lina, Florida anifHississippi have voted
to hold conventions, and their conven
tions will sooa assetuble. . In Arkansas
an 'election' has leen ordered to vote
for or against a convention ; and the
latest report from - Gen. Hancock's dis
trict says he is about 'to order an t lec
tion in Texas or the'saine purpose.
LATE NEWS ITEMS.
Tli stive sod barrel factory of C. Stevens
A Co., at Perrysba-rg, Ohio, wis destrejsd
b fire on Friday last. J Loss $6,500.
Id Kew Tori,' 50,000 work-people are out
of employ, pretty ereirly Jirided iniuog the
Tarioua vraaea. .
Two children wra .eateo by. wolves,, Jo.
the woods in Saint Malachi, Csnads, Thyra
day. The mother bad a narrow escape.
Ia Mansfield, Ohio, od Friday, a little boy,
Six years old, named 1 imotby Uorbelt, fell
into a boiler and was scalded to death.
The inventory of the estate of Elias
Howe, Jr., filed in the Probate Coart at,
Fairfield, Conn., amouols to about $618,000.
,' Geo. Julajl Early, uuiecanstrncted Con-
federate, lives in the littlejOansdian village
of DrammoDdville, about half a mile from
The Dakota Legislature met at Vaakiso
on. last Monday. The Legislature has a Ke
publicia majority for the first t'ins ia the
history of that Territory.
Weston writes to a friend in Cleveland,
uyiogthatbe was outrageously swindled
in the distance traveled in his late trip. He
complains of his assistants, lie rxprcts to
be in Cleveland about Christina.
' The Memphis tnaiket it glutted wit wild
pigeons from Arkansas. They have fallen
to fifty cent per doaen, ' and many are
Generals Meade, Thomas, Sctaofield and
Shrridau are expected in. Washington aoe
for a consultation with General Grant in re
lation to army affairs.' .:k j i i :;i i
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer, the wealthy Phila
delphiaot, who were arrnted as the ring
leaders of the seyen-thiity ciintei failing
kaainess, have been discharged for want of
evidence against them,' ' ''
Mrs. Aaron 'Rowe, living near Mount
Vernon, Ohio, a day or two since gave birth
to five children three boys and two girls.
They were all doing well at last accounts.
Eight hundred boats ars ice-bound ia the
Erie Canal, between Syracuse and Troy,
Most of them are loaded with valuable and
perishable cargoes. ,. i,
E. A. Stevens, oi .Hobetar, N. J, ia re
ported to be about to furnish the Parisians
with the Yankee novelty of horse-railroada,
and no less a personage than " Little Mae "
is to engineer the job.
Oa Saturday night some adroit burglar
entered the sleeping room of Solomon Spear,
at Galesburg, 111., took fraa poeket his
store and safe keys, went to' his store, un
locked his aafe and took therefrom about
$13,000. Two men were sleeping ia the
store at the time. : '
When Grant went to Washington to re
ceive bis appointment as Lieutenant General
be stated to Mr. Lincoln his plan, whieh Was
to occupy with the Army of the Potomac
the main rebel army in Virginia, while
Sherman destroyed the Confederacy. Mr.
Lincoln replied: '1 see ; you will hold the
leg, while Sbexmas Jfcin.".
By tha will of the late Robert A. Alexan
der, the famous breeder, all bis Kentucky
and Scottish property goes .to bis brother,
John Alexander. The extensive Illinois
estate is to be divided betweeu the two
siateis, Mrs,, James L. Walter, of Chicago,
and Mrs. Deeds, of London. ' gome devises
are made to other relatives.
A large number of volunteer officers have
been mustered out, among them Gen, How
ard, wboVill be retained as civilian Aatiel-
aat Oanimissioner of the Freed men's Bureaa
ia the Washington district. .,. A number of
offieera in the Veteran Reserve Corps have
also been mustered out.
' A dreadful railroad accident, so-called,
occurred on the Vermont Central Railroad
Wednesday of last week. A car, containing
seventy-five men, employed in repairing a
bridge recently burned, was backed off the
abutment, through the carelessness of the
engineer. About a score of the unfortunate
men met iustant death, and almost all of the
remainder received serious injuries.
A private letter ' from Boston say a tua
Tick nor Jk fields have already made an ar
rangement with Dickana for the volume he
expects to write on the United .sUates after
his return. The book will be issued ferj
soon after the author's tour is over. After
his readings are completed be will travel
through a large portion of the West and
South, for the sake of observation, taking
POLITICAL NEWS AND RUMORS.
Gen. Pope has ordered an ejection in Ala
bama tor tbe ratifications of tbe State Con
stitution on the 4th of Fcbuary. . -
Gen. Hancock u about 'to issue an order
lor the election of rueiuhirs for a Reconstruc
tion Convention in Texas,, to occur within
sixty days. , . .,- ; . -..
Florida has chosen a Coavomtion by about
H00 majority over the n amber of votes ne?
cessary to seeure it, and by I4,03l'over those
pollea "agaisst a Convention.''
The Union caucus of the California Leg
islature haa nominated Judge Brown, of
Contra Costa, for United States Senator, and
indorsed Gen. Grant for president.
Gen. Ord has ordered the f ssenibling of
the Reconstruction Conventions of Arkans
aa and Mississippi to asembleta the ?th of
January the first st Little Rock and the
second st Jackson.'
Texaa is noar the oolf Slate in which no
reconstruction election has been held. Tbe
registration, however, ia completed, and
shows 56, G66 whites and 47.430 blacks, la
l$W the Statccaat about 3,000 votes.
The United States Senate last week ex
punged the word "henorabbi" from its jour
nal. Tbe clerk had perfixed this title to the
namesof the Senators, and Mr. Buckalew
moved to strike it out. The Senate agreed.
and its members are hereafter plain "Mr."
This is republican simplicity, -' - ' ' 1
FOREIGN NEWS SUMMARY.
Vnlmit-wring for the Papa army is quite
animated ia Cauadi. : :.-:
'The General Ooofirence on the Roman
qbrslion libn baidpn'd,ihp leading l'u-
rofMn uoverniiagpusjivviugtiuaijy uecnotu
to take part in it.
They bare earthquakes at St. Thotnis at
the rate of 47 in 24 hours ; or about one
every 3. minutes.; and in St. John, recently,
ihey had 14 in eight days. For these . do.
ai ruble residences we believe Mr. Seward
wauto ua to pay $7.500.00tf in gold. j '
The Lor J Lieutenant j)t trelaiid turn i-
aued a proclamation, declaring that the
holding of public funerals for the Fenians,
executed for tietson st Mancheaier, ia sedi
tious, aud prohibiting such -demonstrations
of ainiMidij intattfre:1" " '
The King of Denmark "has issued a procla
mation to his subjects in St. Thomas aud St
Croix, ' informing , them of the ' cession of
theae islands to the United States. He says
he has made stipulations in the guaranteeing
to them of protection in their liberty, proper
ty, religion aud pnvate rights. .......
'' A dispatch front Cuba says, authentic in
formation from Spain, has been received,
with the j important , intelligence that the
Spanish Government has made a formal of
fer to the American.,, Minister , at Madrid, to
tell Cuba and. Porto Rieo to ,the American
Government for paw hundred aad fifty , mil
Uoa dollars in gold. Don't believe It. ';
DOINGS OF CONGRESS.
, . SxasTE. A bill was iotrod uccd declaring
all connacalioos by tbe Uontedeiate covers
meat void:, another relating to-, connscated or
aoanaonea property, proviaiBg vnai any oi
fieer failing to pay over receipts from the
sales of such property Shall be deemed guilty
Hotisa. Occupied witi-cxplaaatioDS on
the. Impeachment vote aad, discuaaioa of
financial questions. ; -
Sxxatc Occupied the day 'In discussing
tbe bill in regard to abandon) d and captured
property without 'reaching any conclusion.
House. Elliot introduced a resolution
asking 'the Committee on Commerce to in
quire into tne caavs ol Ine depression in
Mara time inlereats. Cary introduced a reso
luii'm that it is the opinion of . the House
that the Secretary of Treasury should not
provide for the immediate paymeut of tbe
eight million bonds issued in '48, bat post
pone the payment until legal tender and
coin were on a r.. 1 , i '
- Nothincof eeneral interest occured in Con
gress on Friday, both Houses adjourning un
Si.NATi. The bill repealing the Cclton
Tax was taken up bnt the question ' was not
pushed to a vote. : !
'" Bouss The House went into Ciimniltec
of the Whole, Wf; llrovmall in tbe Chair,
and considered the Deficiency Appropriation
Bill, vb:cb appropriates $118,592, and after
debate reported it back to tbe House, which
lasted it without amendment.
iNATK. bnerman presented a lull lor
funding the National Debt, which occupied
the attention pf the Senate.
Hours. Stevens ssked the tinsnimous
consent of the House to report, from the
Reconstruction Uomniiltee, a lull relating
to toe reconstruction ot tbe Southern rem
lories. The first section modifies the recon
atrucion at so that a simple majority of the
votes cast lor or against the constitution may
affirm or reject such constitution. The third
section sasigns the number of Representa
rlln. T. g.n,L r.ni:.. .
-of whom shall be elected by a general ticket;
to florth Uaroiina eight, one to be elected on
the general ticket; to Georgia eight, one to
be elected on the general ticket; to Florida
one; to Alabama eight, two to be elected on
Ibe general ticket; to Mississippi but, one to
be elected oo the general ticket; to Arkansas
three; to Virginia the nomber was left blank
in Ihs bill. The bill was not received.
Garfield's bill providing that no officer who
has been dismissed the service can be re
stored or reappointed without the consent of
the Senate, was passed py lb to 21.
Hocsa. A reeonsbruction : bilb repealing
tbe clause of tbe old bill which requires a
majority ol ail registered voters to ratitv a
constitution before it becomes valid and pro
viding that membera of Conirress shall be
votetTjfor at the same election, to take their
seats when the States have been admitted
into tbe Union, was passed by 104 to 3J,
Cary voting with the Republicans. The
I resident snt a special message to Congress
commending Geo, Hancock's administration
ia Mew Orleans, and asking Uongreaa to give
some public recognition of his services. ,
Tns Clevslaxo Hkbald.-' This popular
Republican paper gave its readers a new
proof of prosperity on Saturday last in the
form of four additional columns. This ad
dition is rendered necessary by the press of
sdvertising a sure indication of Newspaper
A Good Family Tarsa. There is no bel
ter fcinily paper in Ohio than the Sandusky
ifcyisfer,. Weekly and Tri-Weekly. Its cir
culation is rapidly increasing, snd the can
dor and ability with which, it ia conducted
deserve success. Among farmers particular
ly it is a favorite, and the amount of read
matter furnished is second to no other paper.
The tale snd sketches published jn it are
alwsyaieiitertainiag snd excellent. In club,
of 0 re the Tri' Weekly ftegtsltr is furnish
ed at. the low price of $li)U per annum, and
the Weekly (in clubs of five) at $1,50 per
annum, ' I be liequur and your county pa
per together -will make a good library for
the winter., .: , ,, ! ; d... al-oa.
Evxar SA(LSD4r. The choicest of week
lies rends out with this week's number the
Christmas Story, "No' Throughfare," by
Charles Dickens snd Wilkie Collins. This
is one of the beat of tbe notable Christmas
stories with which Dickens has for years de
lighted .hi's readers snd is a very appropri
ate Christmas gift from the publishers of
"Every Saturday.'" Thpre is, by the way,
no better selection of first class light, read
ing than is found in "Every Saturday,"
published by Ticknor Fields Boston at
$5,00 per year.. No Thoroughfare" may
be ordered from tbe publishers 4'rVt by
those who wish the story and are not sub
scribers to Every Saturday. Price, 10 cts,
Tax Last. Votrna. Tbe last volume of
the' beautiful edition of "The Diamond
Dicjkene'.' . is -issued and eon tains one of
Dickens' test Moes, "Olivar Twiat,". "Pic
tures in Italy," which, seen by Dickens'
eyes and painted by Dickens' pen, cannot be
anything put charming, and tbe "American
Notes for general circulation" which every
body is reading,' now that the author is in
America again to select new material and
sharpen his pep for future "notes." The
''Diamond Edilian" has been s wonderful
success in spite tf the multitude pf eheap
editions that bare been Issued to rival it, ft
neat, compact form,' clear type and pointed
illustrations made it a favorite at once. No
handsomer cheap edition for a library can be
found in tlu list of any publisher ia the
world. ' -('bout wiip wish to secure the com
plete Diamond Edition uu aure them by
an order through any of our book dealer &t
$1 50 per volume for the illustrated, or $1 2i
for the plain, or by addressing the publish
ers, fifckrujr A Fields, direct, at Boston,
Tns Atlaktic Auiasac, edited by (4tvcr
Wendell Hp mes and Donald G. Mitchel.
Messrs. Ticknor and Fields have just pub
lished an Illustrated Almanac for IShVS, upon
a plan and in a Hyh entirely new in this
country. ; It . contains aixty.four royal
octavo,. double-column pages,, over fifty of
which are filled with wiyinal matter. Tbi
ItLerary character of the Almanac is altogeth
er superior to tbf of sny similar Almanac
ever bejore published, as Will be seen from
the list of topics and authors.
The Almanac contains Four ir'uiUpage
Illnstrationa, in colors, of Tli tieasuns, re-
Educed from paintings by Mr. A. F. Bel
a, the well-known laadscHie artist. In
ition to thcap, the text is profusely illus
trated by the most skillful art'sts of the
country. In the general character of ifn
literatnre, tbe Atlantie Almanac may be re
garded as a Christmsa Number of the Atlan
tic Monthly, while it is rendered additional
ly attractive by the number and beauty of
Its lllnotnition, A beautiful eolored Cover
adds to the atlractivenea oi the Imnnm'.
It is sold at Fifty Cents by all bookseltets
snd newsdealers, or will be sent postpaid
by the Publishers, TrcKxoa t Finns, Boston. '
Additional City Matters.
Tbe Socials. 'the iir-t pauy, of the
Social Club whs given at TTni'n Hall on
Friday evening laM.and, recalled the mem
ories of the good old times when people met
expromly to enjoy theineelvus. We ciui-
mend the geod sense of the Club in fix
ing early hours for meeting aud breaking up..
Aping the late hours of people whose hib-
ils of life are lota'ly different from ours
for the sake of bain j thought fishiouable is
not sensible and ought to be discountenanc
ed at 'QlubSas wall at jiriiatc parlies. i ,
, . i ' ' aiit i ; ' 1 1
A Large Contract D. L. J use, left
townVu Tuesday folook over the Atlantic
and Great Western Railway, with a view to
taking stone work ceulracts to the amount of
$150,000 ot that line. The road was put tip
with great rapidity and Ihs wood work cul
werta and bridges now need to be replaced by
something' more permanent. Superinten
dent Ruck kb, will bring the line ' to a good
working condition snd With such improve
ments as he intends to- make during the
ooming- season 'there is no reason why it
should not become a favorite route. The
company cad find no more experienced snd
faithful contractor than MK June. ' ' ""''"
1 1 i ii i aa. i ' .
. . Encampment at Republic, .The fol
lowing are the officers elect at the Encamp
ment, at Republic, for the ensuing year: .
Humplicry Bromley, M. E. G. C
. Christian Park. Generalissimo. ,
. James S, Felton, Captain -General.
' John Heurtis, Prelate. ' ' '
Daniel Brown. Treasurer. . i,
E. T. Stickney, Reconler,
A. K. Spooner, Senior Warden. ,
' William Shettcrlv, Junior Warden.
' Geo. Shetterly, Standard Bearer.
! John Terry, Sword Bearer. .
A. Kellogg, Sentinel. . ... ...
. Regular communications are held on tbe
fourth Wednesday eveuing of every month.
' LI t oi "Letters remaining in the Fre
mont l'osl office uncalled for up to December
Hoiatio R Adams
Eliza B urlet .
Miss Nellie Bean
S F Benton
Miss Eliza Dorr
Miss Susan Davis
Wui Dice " "
D W Gardener
I Korjwr 3
Miss Mary King':'
E H Leilie M D
Chas H Moore
Miss Jane Miller '
Sam'l Moore ,-.! '
Miss Mary Newbeiger
Sam'l Kubbaurn '
T L Pierce ;
Misa Eiuuia ltuwell
las H Rafferty
Christ Streit 2 ;
E W Stillweli, M D
Miss Harriet Shell
Wm Siberel 2
Heury Victor i ;
F B Williams , ,
Mi Jane Wine
Mrs Franris Grubbs 2
J. Stanly Grimes, 4
Mrs Elifeba Heberliug
Robert Jeraisoo il
H. W. BUCKLAND. P. M.
Seml-Annual Convention of the San
dusky County Sabbath School Union, to be
held in the United Brethren Church, Win
ter's Station, Tuesday, January 7th, 1818:
rtOUIAMMS OF KXKBCISRS.
' mlbninc r lOo'cLOt K.
1st. Devotional Exercises, occupying 30
2d. Discussion of t'pics.
3d. MUc-ellaneous business.
4ih. Closing of morning rxerc:ses.
aktxr.voon : 14 o'clock.
1st. Introductory services and singing.
2d. Address by Rev. E. Bushnell, at i;8'
3d. Discussion of topics.
4th. Closing exercises and adjournments .
TOPICS OF DISCUSSION.
, What is the relation of the Minister to
the Schools in his charge
b how lit the art of reading be taught in
Is it beneficial to Sabbath Schools gen
erally to give remiumB. r .
4th. Sunday School Books and Libraries:
their selection and management.
&th. The conduct aud management of a
All friends of the Sabbath School cause
are earnestly invited to be present and par
in tbe exercises. '
M. BULGER. Pres't
CHAS KREBS, Sec'y.
Real Estate Transfers, For the wee k
endipg Saturday, Nov.. 23rd, 1867. prer
pared by A, F. Gallagher, County Recorder,
Jas. Payne to 1L Feaga, lot 4'J, Clyde $1 000
M. resga to Jas. rsyne lot 1J, Ulyde Jl 000
J. M. Lemmon to Wm. Rowe lot 345 '
Clyde 1 000
J. M. Corey to Ed. Underhill, lot 1034
Fremont $1 000
R. Lowery to Julia A. Clarke, 9 acres .
sec Jo and h, Townsend $1 050
G. Young to J. P. Bower,. 15 acres, ,
sec- 8, Green Creek township 875
J. Swartzman to C. Depp, 10'J acres,
see. and lb, Woodville $3 000
Sheriff Russell to Mary E. Pease and
others, y bJ llMI acres in fee. 3,
Ballvillc township, (paitition).... $8 316
A. H. Miller to M. Millions, lot 10,
in Sandusky township
R. H. Haywood t H. A. Winters.
acres, sec. 4, Townsend .
Fred Miekle to Jno Goble, 2 acres,
sec 3J, Sandusky township ft
iliU'fn loAAorlli, lots -M and
ii, Clyde, containing lbSli-lUO
acres... $1 aiK)
V Kline to G Young, 43'g acres, sec
8, Green Creek 1 3 300
Chas Loose to H Shivcly, 103 acres,
sec , Washington.. , $3 000
Rboda A Ganibre to J H Orwjg, part
oi lots -J.i) auu Mil, aud oi)l lot a '
I., Bellevue..-.". $ij 500
Wm S Russell lo Frank Graver, -10
acres, sec 6, Yorki. .-..''.'.'.. 42 000
S M Reyuolds to Audrews & Craig. '
acres, sec 2J, Ureen Ureek $2 000
mm a niucn to frank Urover, it;4
acres, sec 5, York .. ..... ,
A Jieff to Jacob Gobte, 14'J acres, fee
1 and 2. Jackson. ' : 'fc'HiilO
J A Grant lo J Grub, part of out lot
5, Uallville . 3j0
Wm H. Willis to S A Adare.lols 311
aud 342, -Clyde $ 400
Fort of Fremont.
The following report of the receipts and
shipments at this port is very encouraging
as compared with last year. When the work
of dredging the river is completed we may
look for still further increa-e.
BSC RUTS. VOX TUB V KAB.S lGtj AND lfe'lill
ISSe. Vessels entered, ?U.
Receipts of Pine Lumber, '..".1,217,473 feet.
t,atb ....:.. ;j:.h.i:u
"- ...! Shii.gles..i... .419,800
' i" . .,, Coal... ....413 tons.
.' lt?67. Vessels entered, 77.
Receipts of Pine Lumber,..., 1,384,313 feat
" L,atn, B'i:j,t)iHi
" Shingles.. .914,500
" Coal ..781 ions.
Showing an increase for Uje year i.8fi7:
Lumber .....17t.8l0 feet
Uoai,, ......r. 33S tons.
suu'Uknts roa thk vkars 186G axu lSy.
; 18ib". Vetsels cleared, 78.
Shipment of Corn.... ....64,197 bush.
" ' Uau -,ru(i -
" Lumber .... 3,313,566 feet.
1H7. Vessels cleared, 75.
Shipment of Com.... 82,855 bush.
" Uats i),afi
' Lumber 4,072,291 feet
ittavisa,, . ...474,954
Showing au iucrease for the year 1 867;
Corn,, 11,15' bush.
Oats : . 9,981 "
Lumlier. ............ ........75"",7-"." feet.
Staves.... , 261,808
There has, a!so ((yen hhipped from Frcuiont
Wbe-t i.v';2l,00l bush.
Corn 10,000 "
Oats S25.UOO "
DiSerent kinds of Lumlier shipj-ed from
Oak 1.3ii.:t5 feot.
Walnut 705,934 "
Ash 712,963 .
Whitew.-o.l 1.2S7,()S9 ' "
The principal .siipiers f Lnijiber were
West & Dana, . E.' Aui?u-n, J. C.'Kiug.
Had Mr. Anisduu bceu successful in getting
off his lumber, which he h-ul on the schooner
Mrest anil on the dock ready for shipment, it
would have shown an increase of nlninstone
niilliop feet over the shipments of 186i .
Fort of Fremont. GEO. W. KREBS.
A soldier in E'lgarlon, jn. Wj-coutin. haa
made, a bet Ihat tfe will walk 'troin Vicks
I'U g, Miss, lo Wi-.shi'igtOfi, IX 0., carry i: g
the si ars and stiipesj u(urd, the eutire
distance. iTha inRrt';ini in 'Bate-; was a
Sergeant ilia Wisconfin baniery during the
war. VtMvH is lo have between 1st of Jan
uary and the 8lh of July to peform (he feat,
for wbici he is to receive one dollar a day.
This arr-ctrrnf a"fmw"outbf "in assertion
uadu lo Bates that the old flag was not re-
sprcled iu the South, whereupon Bates made
the oiler, and further agreed not to taVe a
dime iu bis nvoltlifc-iiis journey, aud ia'to
go unprotected 4ud jhus to. prove that' the
old flag will protect aud feed him.
. American Watches.-Rearf the little
pamphlet circulated by Zimmkxman, giving
an account of the manufacture of watches
by the Natioual Watch Company f Elgin,
i uiuois. Americtnr Watchctf art airinrj ph
of American genius. Ia- 1850 the first
mannfactory ever built in this eedntry, Waa
established at Roxbury, Mass., and bow
there are at least six iu . active, operation,
turning OUt the best time niivaa ,..
and rapidly driving those of foreign make
out pf the market '
WANTEDAgenU for the J :
1 .WW AD , 1 n-.,.. w .
Br Frank U Alfriend.of Richmond, Vs., wall known
as Editor, du'int tha wr, of tha 3 out barn Litararv
Meamnitwr, and from hs eonnaetloo with tha Rich,
artnd praaa. The work will form a eomplata Baa.
graphy of Mr. Davis, eovaring the whoh period of
is hl, and will abed maeh Bended light upormanr
sanjeeta af great hiatorieal Intermt, that would re
m.in in nharnri,. m n.W n.4;M . . j , .
for iu pablintion.
ine great events or a revolntionary period natural-
tha life of their leadi..-g tpirit and prima mover, so
that the whole slory of his life, well told, forms the
i,in'ji, wi ta penoa. nit niniorjor lite late
war would be incomplete without the life of Jrffor
i.n Uavia written from a aoataera stand point, and
from material gathered from original aonroes, aad
Mr. AlrriraO's book will be erer) trhere looked for
For usnns and foil particulars address.
j . TUB Vt XTOS FFBLISHING HOPSH,
61-t it West Fonrth 8f, Cincinnati, O.
WATCHES FOU THE MILLION!
ARBANOALE OO.'d Great Watih Clab.
Ererrbodr needi a good watch, aad wiahes ta get
t at t hs lowest posaible priee; a horde of awiadlers
knowing this have eontrired various inaeniona da
vioaa to get people's money, and taea either fail to
send a watch, or send one Ibat ia worthless aa a
timekeeper. Arracdale k Co., have now perfected
arrang-mnts bj which, for the small ssn f $10, a
good and reliablewstch may be certainly oblainrd
l'bey hsv. formed Oreat Watch Clnh ketbefol.
lowing p an. CeitiDcstcs containing ibe nnnbeni
ot all the watches .named in onr wholesale list
(which is season applicatioa) are mixed unenclosed
ia ecTelop.s and sold fori cents each, Evan
certificate is warranted to le for a watch, aad aa will
b teen on reference to tha list, none an of less
value than Ten Dollars, whilst some are worth 1300.
eunderUke to send any watch drawn whatever
may be ita value for $10, and in order that evsrv one
may abaolutrlv ceoend dm. mis.. .
timekeeper, we guarantee that eeeiy parehaeer of
, ; - v.. .luwr. rum receiye ax
least one for watch No. 633 on onr wholnui ll.t
sent post-free, which ia a tirst cla s patent lever, a
ueuufluujo ecu rejiaoie waicn, in s'eruog silver hunt
ing case, and oinslly raid for HO. Von will eer
tainty get inch a watch; and beside-, you may get a
go d ( hronometer worth S600 We sll tbe c rtifi-et-s
s f illowe: One fur 28 cents; Three for 60 etc.;
Six lor $1; aud Twenty lor $1. Ta Ihoee sending St
we will send a hindsome chain graUs- To Ihoee
smd.ng V3 we will send a Gold Chain warranted not
tolarnmh in 20 rears. Tartiea lettine in larr
elnbs will raceire liberal presents, particulsra of
which may be learaed oa application.. As It far our
intention to do a strictly uonoraMe bositesa. and
to insure onr customers from liability to loss, wa
w. ii snn our wnicoea, u oeairea, witboat money,
instructing the Express .rent to collect onlv on d
livery. If we are desired to forward watihes by mail
the money muat be sent us by Rank Draft or Postal,
See Order, and it will then be at onr risk. Wa will
then Register the package at our Foitoflios, and if
lout will replac. it free of charge. If any watch is
-v, ej,pro.ru, ii may oereiurneo sni ine money will
be refunded. Toe reputation of our arm, which has
baen ssb ulird for' re j are, and is well known to
inavery part of the to.ntry.wa treat will be deemed
a sufficient guarantee that wo will faithfully per
form all we contract to do. Addreea
. ARRANOALB CO.; -12
Broadway, New York. P. O. Box. Mi .
61-11 j L
WAS AWARDER ,
The Highest Premium
Family Sewing Machines
AT THE " i
Paris ExposUion, '61
Masachuclts Mechanics' Associ
ation, at Lowell, 1$677 :
.merioan Institute, 1856-7.
Read th llkjwir report of a Committee At the
Fair oft he American IcsUtaU
The Pk-rfDcsSewiDK MacWo la decMHt to to the
bent on (xhitntfnii. It muflt alo be utated Incident
al.? that thin ' is betWr than any other ofitaclau
koownto tha Jadgee- Iti merits ti?t - ; -
First, Goo'i mtt-rialB and thoroenh workman-
9 nna oe aingoiuto noTeit than -marka the
asaal iiuproTtnienti in Sewing Machines.
Third. The togeninu arraogem nta for adju-ftina;
the thread, dqricjr tbe MUMrt of the thattle. and
the gatherioic op ot it io the finish ol tbe stiteh.
rnurtn ine uevereibie f-wJ
Filth. Ibe rariet j , ot work which ca be done
we.uiereiore. nefliae th-H it'rerive the award dT
first class. W.PRTT.
IRA L. CAPY, '
TbtR ia to certifv that the. forfemnt is a trao ex.
tract from the report of the Ju-y on Sewing Ma-
CQinei. a. ine a.nnuat rair, i(.
Secret a-y Boad of Managers
Miktoc, it d -a, ffmir diff-feDtfiUtcheyaDl hat--
in-f the K verible Keed, d ring a greater variety ot
of work tn any other Family Sawing Machine, and
selling at crrteponding prices with other flret c'aas
machines which only make one kind of stitch, and do
not have the Rmrot' le Feed, commends itee'f om
the m wt critical eiatniiiation. not only on account
of its nimpiictty, durability and beauty, bit as the
moat p rfeot ioT-mtioa for esecatuig any kind of
family sewing now done by machinery in tha world.
For samples of Sawing aad) Descriptive -Clrcalar
addreee, , ', ;,, I 1 ...
' Front St , Fremont, O. '
' , ' , ,:. t .) " ! 1 Vi : : li ' -i 'ttl
r7" Kvry virieiy of. Stitching neatly dona aad
the beet Machine Aeedles, Oil. Silk and Cotton for
Sale. . .'..' ' ! ' .. 'K l .i:'.-!-'i . t'l ' ' .
AlM,.Arentfor the LAMB,-the latest improved
Knitting Machine. Knit the Heel su-t Narrows off
the Toe. A fair ot Socks complete in-aO minatea. I
E. W. UI.EASON. Gen'l Aa't.
153 Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Mieh. 43 rnblic Siiaare,
Uleve and, u. .. lill Baiu sc., buusjo, .. .
ITVH ITCH ! I ITCH ! t !
SOKATCU! SCRATCH!! SClUTGHf! 1
IXFIIOM 10 TO 48 BOURR ' '.
Wheston's Olntmentcnrestheltrh.' .'.'",.
Wheaton.s Ointment cures Salt Rbfsm. .!
Barbers'ttch. ': '
Wheaion's Ointment cures Old oorrs., ,r , ; .
Sbeaton's Ointment cune every kind bflinmer
, ; ,:-,, (IkeMagis - - : :. s:
Price 5(lrent a bos by mail ti cant. Address
WKKKS 4 POITKR' lo. 170 Washington atreer,
Forssle by all druggists. . . 3S-yl. Ill, :
r FIRST PREMIUM
. Of m Silver- Jktadal
WAS AWASASD xe ,
Cf BARRETT'S HAIR RESTORATIVE A
V By the 1. H. RUte AnlHiTal BnciHv.at Tl-f
iu lair hosVain. Kai4ua,.-e-.!, Use.
Vegetable Hair 1 Restorative -
K-rstoree Gray Hair to Its natarml rolor. lVo-' '
jiuU the cminih ot Hie Hair. Ctuuisee the
Jft rooUiwthtirorif-tuml orpmniv ection. fcradi
T i eatcs Jitriinifi atid llutnora. lVrvcnte
77 Hait laiBufr ouL ! a uftertiw Hmziug. ji. '
Jt It cHinUiD t injurioua inntlteuiJj
and is the moat pepnUrand reli
dT atile article tltnruchout the
j. B. BARRETT V CO., 'Propria 'ors,
i MANCHESTER, K. H. ".'"I -
E. DILLON .t SON, and S. BUCKLAND
it SON, Asonts, FfHinont, Q..- - , . :
Vf. B. DIMMICK, Bellevue.
. Q. 1, TI1EB1 NEW BLOrK,
fur (hi pureliaae! sod sale of all kinds or
J3t sure artaf xail before juu Any or sell.
All (sda b.aKht mfmm dellveratl FBEE
! yr CHA1GC.
4S-48 :H ft , . . . :, r
AlVDGRAF & ER1YST,
. .. r: - "- . .
. OntMe Plke,Vea Had orBrldge,
COMMISSION. MERCHANTS !
H10F1K8T CASH PRICKS PAID FOR
BUTTER EGSS, LARD, TALLOW.
FRUIT, Ac, &.
We bave consuuiUj oa hand
, i" COMPLETE STOCK OF
Family Groceries, I
Which we offer at the
Lowest New York Cash Prices.
fW Salt and Flour always on band,
Highest prices for all sorts of FUR.
. ' Don't pass by th Wild Cat Syis. Y
FRSD. J. LAND9RAF,
aSyl vl6 JOHN G. ERNST.
WHEELER k WILSON'S
AWARDSD TBI BIGBEST FRSBirB AT THB
HELD IN LONDON, ENGLAND, IN 1883,
Where all the Machines of Earoaa aad America wars
ia Competition; also , at tbe
.! HELD IN PARI8, 18fl7, :
Awarded the only Gold Medal given for Sewing Ma-
. ,. eaiaesovarss eompatnors. am at
Every United Slates' Fair
HATE BEEN EXHIBITED.
The Qualities which recommend the Wheeler
dt Wilson Machine, are:
1. It uses no Shuttle, and makes the Lock
3. Beauty and excellence of stitch, alike
spoil both sides of the fabrc sewed.
3, , Strength, firmness, and durability of
- seam, mat will not rip nor ravel.
t." Sconomv of. thread.
5. lis attacbmenls and wide range of appli
cation to purposes and materials. -
6. Oompactness and elegance of model and
7. Simplicity and thoroughness ef constrn
8. Speed, esse of oparation and manege
ment, and quietness of movement
9. It bas been the popuhu Family Sewing
' ' Machine for nine years, and hence it is
no experiment to buy it.
All ITIachinea Warranted Three Years.
A. J. CURTIS; J
Mrs. M. BROCKWAT.
Read thiz carefdlyt it is the last inser
tion tnis Month f
y The only Ltriiied Drawing of the oharaetrr
io ine uniwa otaiea.;
Graod Holiday Drawing!
To. be Drawn at Covington,
Class Y, December 31st, 1S67.
No more acceptable and appropriate present can
be made to a mother, wi'e, daughter, nuaoaod or
father, than s ticket in the Kentackr State Lotterv.
It hss Ion; been ackaowiedged that it offer greater
inon cemenie w ine poreoasers ot llcvets tiiao anr
other legaliied lottery la ihe world. The December
scheme sn'paseee, ia irraadenr, anything of the kial
eer praaented to tha pwblic; it distribnt-s S230.S60.
The capital prise is .60,000, inearing a baodsasae
fortnae to the locky holder of the corresponding
ticket H nndreda of well attested instances, similar
to the folio. iDg, era almost daily oc-aiipg: "Mies
Msry Rnssell Mltford, Who died in ISpd, whan only
ten years of sgo, gained, ss a prise in a Lottery, the
nsoosome aum oi ion mooeana ponnaa or any thou
sand dollar. The ticket which drew thia magnifl
cnt anm, was presented to her bv her father. Dr
Mitford, one of the moat -prominent men and indg m
ed by a similar sneceea in tie Grand Holiday Draw
ing of the Keotacky State Lottery, on December 81
1 price of $fo.00.
X 1 prise of $20,009.
1 prise of 7 000.
' ''I prise of
1 prises of
' A3 prises of
': 0 prizes of
9 prises of
'29 prisea of
9 prizes of
166 prizes of
261 prizes of
ntizee iMovNTiNG to $230,660.
. ' 32,000 MJMBKK8 AD 788 PRIZES.
Tfcketa ti'i, Ualvea 6, Q Barters i3.
PLAN OF THE LOTTEBy.-The nninbers from 1
to 3-z,G0t. printed oa aeparate slips of paper, are an.
oireiea vim anuui tin taoes, sna plsceo: in one
wheel. fTbe priiee, nf which, there are 788, vary lag
as above, from 860,000 to 861, are similarly printed
oa separate alipa. enoircled, and placed ia another
wheel. The wheels are thea revoled, aad a nvmber
isarawn irom ine wnaei ot numbers, snd at the
tama time a prise is drawn from the other wheel,
The number and prise drawa aat are opened aadaa
nlhitad to the audience, and registered, the prize
beinz placed against the number drswn. This op.
e ration ta repeated until all tbe prises ars drawa
aa.t.M ; - 1 ' .
The above' magniSrynt scheme will drawn la
public in Coj-tngton, Ky., on tfce 81st ds of Decern,
bar, 1887, telng the Oreaf Hoi day Drawing of the
year. ' " ' "
Thees Lotleriea are cbsrtered and authorized by
tbe Legislatare, and are eanducted snder tbe super
vision of three sworn CpmmiFaionerp, sppointed an
behalf ot the State, to see that tuatioe is done te alL
Tbey are no gift enterprisee, bat responsible nioney
institutions, whieh bave been successful eoaduetei
siaos 1827 and have many more years to run. Bonds
to a large amount are tiled to secaia the payment of
. The official list of numbers drawing prise will be
pahliahed ia the New York Herald. Chicago Papers,
Clactnaati Daily Commercial aod Cincinnati German
popers. j, MURRAY, EDDY As CO.,
W-61 .. Cavingtoa, Ky.,
" ' 8PECTACMSS.
OLD ETK3 MADE NEW,
F,aeily,without doctor or medic-nee.
Pent toet-paid, on rsoaipt
- of 10 c'nts Address '
Dr. E. B. P00TE,
.So 110 Lexington Ave., eor.
ol Bat -Sith st., N.Y.
I'M COM FORT ABLE
Comfort aad Com for tbe
Ruptured Sent post-paid oa
receipt vf lv cents.
llr. E. B. FOOTS,
No. 110 Lexington Av., cr.
of Ksst-iSth st.N. Y.
KOR THK MARRIRPt
Sent FKEE in a sealed
envelope on receipt of 10
hi. K. B. FOOTK,
(imthor ot sleitical Common
Sense. Book JOOpeirf., fl 60
sent by mftil,) No. 110 Lex
ington Avenue, cor. of East
USUI St. N. Y.
IF YOU WANT THE BEST TOBACCO rNJUlEliAKKETi,.
go to ti:k osr
THE BEST S1I0RTS CAN15E FQUKP , ,M" . , , ,
5 -Pure Yara Cigar, only 10 Cents.
FOlt O KtffpV LLAK.
. . . ':' .3 - . '.---- - "wji3
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
P. & G. 10 Rill ABO'S
' ' r INCLUDING SNUFFS
A-MU"lITf1111r: T-tVT-tT Jllvrr. ia . . A.
m -ai-iiuitl IlStMJlk AJSUOUU
Everything in the line of. Quakers and Chewers ood ToUtssjco.
t ,. --.-, J i .A. 5-5
IR8T QUALITY SMOKING
3 i .i'
NEW GOODS JUST
a MiT H
VETO ON HIGH PRlCESiB
WARREN ! & . -"ed;1,'
WE HAVE JUST OPENED
Suited to the trade
DELAINES, PRINTSV , GINGHAMS, JtVHlE HOODS,
WOOLENS, BAisMORALS, COTTOND
SHAWLS, &0..i A.CT.i
Our large stock of finq Family Groceries lwtill bfler lr
i t s-t "
NEW YORK. CASH JiP K Jjp Ti IS.
Call and see And be convinced that
-' . A
xtxLttx Sliomo cE CD.
'"' f Leltlieir Sb
. -. .v. V(KjH ;
Custom Boots Sl ''8Iioes:;:-':r
Made to order, and repairing done on sliort notice. Our Fall and Winter stock
js now complete, and thankin-r the pttMic for past jiatronage
we invite an
NO. 4 BUCKLAND'S OLD BLOCK.
. fe ft , S. S.
te o-" C 5 -E-
Is -ii t -Big r
aass -S 2 2 Sb"S S5 -W
CELEBRATE DS 0 0 D SU
AND FINE SSOKIKG, J
. , - . I J 1
TWUITI tJpTS;PEli7PO!!D. A
e. c b5 i - if
FROr.1 NEW YCB!(.
Ol A BLOCK;
, s 1 -
AN JMMENSiE STOCKED F
tLe seasoDv Coasistinjs-of h
- . -h - r, , CC " '
WARREN'S iTTho place rjad
2 ct&fn r- i&
-- zb-ib , j
Tn m-i W2
. . , ,li'AXi V)
I 1 8 t t j i r iir r
inspection by all.
tot' : irw'?S''-?s
-' o? s I-
f 1 S 3
I m -t m
a ; -. i j5v a,i.
1S C I
--'. vvvQ-v ti J-'v.tfj vU.
For Sale Cheap.
One Shingle Machine.
One Shingle Jointer.
One Crosscut Saw,- ' ' . i
One it anger,
. TwoPulIevn ftc
Alao, a few thousand shingles. Coll on or address
Mrs. J, L. WOOD WORTH,
... , . .. . r.' t .
l.Ki HaiWi Mreetf Virveland, Ohio,
Wi'h AawoclaVuTrll'-e'f lb wasSil.-i'no tnlTorelgu
"r-Fir -r '
' i: i "
i f ! r j - . r . i
WD ARK NOW orENINQ A LARGE aad well.s-sorud-5tDI
BSots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
i i.; . t.
. ....... ... o
All of which have been boag btatthe
la Nee) lax; aad offering the satire stock at
" BrieastaatwiH.., ,
4 ' ..w... ...
Wiwould savthat w. hav. ettamliei to aaaA.
every rspect ana at all Uun, to eamseta favorably
wsalMsy aetablishmeat ia Jf ertbera pblaw Wa will
JllT-0MS8' GOODS X
AdMll (bam at a large per cent, lass tkaafse
azA j can besought elsewhere.
kemewrewar pffew and roodswltb the siire
" ' ' - r.' TO-' '' ' ' -
i:-CASJ3 PAID FOR V -
ABU ALL KINDS Of
L.) - GARVirit co.fc
asaa pa? V'., 3ept 16.1808 (8tf
a ! I" tk -nt srticlaevor kawwa tr " .
RESTORE GRAY HAIR
Ztt I To " '1s'l Yontbfal color.
iwwjB preTenttjha Hair from falHagout.
ratra the Hair rmooih and s-loesv, and does not
staia the akia a. others.'; , .
lAaLR TREATISE ON TUX HAIR , .
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Iwalebyall druiats. Pries 81,00. "
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I . - NEW PRICES,
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, , CALL AND SEE THEM
j ,, CALL AND SEE THfM
Wo tri in Market with a large and
! - - varied Stock of
Alpaccaa,Merinoe,lvopline,lelaiBea, Frinta, 3atk
pf C'loakinga.all of which have beeaesfoetadw'tb
riHlkuy the beet and latest styles of Crocker J
T0 get the worth of your mopej
JL when yoabuya poundofTEAcall at
' i EMMIUCH St CQ'S.
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1b you want the best SUGAlt in mar
ket aad the moat for yourmoney you will find Ita
EMM1UCU A CO'S.
COFFEE, the best at
rinv?. A ...i..t' ii-'ZL
a. iea otall kinds go to
EMiidRIClI CO??. .
WE' call special attention to our
of ClothijCa'ajaVai.1ealLn... aui.- wHi.wi..
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arehaiiwIvUh-iMctal rirrenoa4a ttatanarkai aad
Cannot be Under sold!
J.Y jCW Profits ttut U Small but Sales
Quick. - " '
Our Stock is to ci'tnplete forenuni-
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llMHla iminrlin. I.I..II and Kanin lr .....
aawhere.ss weoai aeaititelyaejl v.n .ood.lf vha
wb tbuy.F ' . T','
Nit Trouljle to SJtoto Good.
F.S. MK.A.CSUSDORFIN KET1R
tag from the lire lioo.u Tra.l, rrtsina aaoSln a
Mt .tore. and wlllbuy, paying CASH and tbe bit k
t, " DRESSED OR LIVE IIOG,
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