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rftEMONT, SANDUSKT CO., OHIO
FRIDAY, DEC. 20, 1867.
TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS.
tW J I Jackson Florence Sewing M
' jy A mud ale at Co Watches.
, jy Caxton PvbluJiiag C-Ag'la W
J Ball ft Co Sy Cups.
iy June & Buckland Engine for
jy Wi.Tutlen Otter for sal.
MW LOCAL KOTICKS.
ry L Leppelman Jewelry.
Cross A Thoeipeoo -Harriett Organs.
y Wsrreo Writing Claases.
ty W J Curtis-WaMler A Wilua S M
ty J L Jscksoa Sewing Machines,
j-jf BucMaod ft Saw Holiday Gifts.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. To Advertisers.
All advertiaamenta intended to appear
the current week mint be handed la as early I
as Wednesday aooa.
Bank Notice. No . buainesa will be
transacted at our offices Christmas Dsy,
Wednesday Dec. 25th. 1867, New Tears
.r'(' A. H. itlLLES,
Cashier First National Bank.
F. 8. White,
Cashier Bank of Fremont,
A Oard SuiMninteodent Nottihuhjik,
in behalf wf the Cleveland, Painesville and
Ashtabula Railroad Company, desires to ex
Drees his eretilade to his Honor, Mayor
Bill, and to Us cilueoa of Fremont gen
erally for their ay mpathy and active help
in the We disaster.,, -''...
Crowded out The report of the Bible
Society was unavoidably etowded ut this
week. " ' : '
Take notice of Leppelman's local notice
on the Bnrdett organ as it stands corrected
this week. . ..:('
Hood trade. The Streets hsvs been full
of teams all the week and trade has been good
in all departments. - -
Agricultural Report- We are under
. obligations to Platt Bbuh, Eq., President
of the Co. Ag. Society, for a cony of the
Ohio Agricultural Report for 186C.
Mora IiOctures. A Lecture Committee
is in correspondence with several first-class
feetsieres, and bone to secure two or three,
at least, before the season is over.
Doing Well Mr. Chablis Cutrr, who
met with such a serious accident last week
is recovering as fast ss could be expected,
nnder the care of Dr. Hiogins.
Thanks. We are indebted to Hon. Taos.
A. Juccaas for a copy of hia report on the
Civil Service of the United States, and to
lien. Bucsxaho for copies of the Daily Globe.
J. no Jxcelstors. t he JSxcaxuoad are
badly demoralised. Nearly every gentle n
ui the club has married since last winter.
There must have been some interesting act.
itig " behiud the scenca."
A Partner. Zuuuaat as took his oldest
son into partnership with him in the Jewelry
business on Monday. Zutxuau J a. is ex
tremely youthful but is said to be lad of
uown A own. hiamon n ilsox ex
pect to remove their dry goods establishment
to the room now occupied by Mr. Butts,
sometime in January. Their business baa
outgrown their small room. .
Another Aooldent Mr. Obo. Moass
bad his leg very severely injured on Satur
day wane moving umbers I rum toe new
bridge. . The ankle bone was fractured and
tbe foot ulbsr wise injured. He is doing
well. ., . . ... .. .
Death. Mr. J. W. Smith, one of the
most respected citixetM of Clyde, died o
consumptioo m Thursday last. . His funeral
look place in Bellovue on Sunday and was
attended by a very large bubs bar of people
from Clyde and vioinily. ' -
Council. The Council, en Monday
taight, borrowed $1000 from the Bank of
Fremont at M eta. ea the dollar, to be repaid
from the first June collections. They also
appointed Bktts and Bbosb as a committee
to see about the purchase of the new hose.
Remember the entertainments given by
the High School on Saturday and, Monday
evenings and give tbem good houses. A few
scenes Irom "Ion the Devote!" will be ren
dered on Saturday and one or two from
''Macbeth" on Monday evening.
Xirrato,. iu the report of examinations
in our last week s issue, Mr. J. B. Lovkland
was reported "24 months ."instead of "24
months.' As Mr. Lot u. ami is one of the
rioes t scholars iu the State, a minus mark
has no business in the vicinity of his nsme.
New Block. Hibsbsebgeb who was
lately ia the Boot and Shoe business in
r reuuei and itaiier s block, lias put Bp a
two story brick block, on the hill on State
Street and will carry oa manufacturing of
Boots sad Shoes as well as a regular retail
ConUnnation of tbe L. E. A XV. R.R.
A meeting of committees appointed by
the people of die towns interested in tbe
pn ject of finishing the Lake Erie k Louis
ville Railroad to Lima and farther west, wss
held in Findlay on the 18th inst; but with
whit result we have not been able to learn.
Singing Schools. Mr. B. W. Lewis has
three singing schools in operation in this
vicinity. One is held at Winter's Station,
every Saturday evening; another at Cooper's
school house, every Wednesday evening; and
the other at Tucker's school house every Fri
day evening. . .
Putting it Strong. The Findlay Jtf.
fersonuxn has a strong report of tbe acci
dent of last Thursday:
We learn by telegraph that yesterday
morning, as a freight train was crossing ths
bridge at Fremont on the C. & T. road, the
heavy wind blew the train off the track into
the river, instantly killing nine persons.
Long Job.na.-Mr. W. W. GilmobboI Ball
yille Township, left at our office on Monday,
a large basket of tbe nicest apples we have
seen this season. The y have all gone down
appreciative throats to that bourne which U
the paradise of all good apples. They were
' too good to live )ong upon the earth.
The Fremont Social will hold their
next dance at Union Hall on Tuesday eve
. ning Dec. 24th. It ia expected that every
member will procure their season tickets
before that time and none will be, admitted
without them. Tickets can be bad of S. P.
Meng, Treasurer at any time.
J. W. FAILING. Sec'y.
Accident Mr." John Njewma.n met with
an accident, which will disable him for some
time, while handling freight at the cars on the
east side of the bridge, on Saturday last
x)y some chance his right band was' caught,
qiider a heavy box and badly smashed. Dr.
Boswobth was called anil gave him tie pror
per surgical assilauce apd he is now dojiiv
Fast Time! On Thursday evening last,
t'le day of tbe Railroad sccident, s train
of oi e car and three locomotives, contain
ing the 'wreckers,'' left here tur Norwalk, at
4 o'clock P. M., and reached that place at 7
o'clock the next morning. The hinds
were obliged, several Tim -s, to chop wood
for the fires, melt snow for tbe .boilers and
clear anow from the track.
appeared to be running overMhe bare tiro
The Aooldeat. Our report of tlie rail
rosd sccidst f last Th'irlit j was correct
in bkmI every particular; although the
storm and multiplicity of report made it a
difficult matter to get at real beta. The trsin
was thrown from the track by the sheet iron
roof which had blown up from the north
side, serosa the track with the rsof boards art-
tacked. The wheel of the engine cut through
them until it had paased the centre pier, and
thea was thrown from the track on the north
aid. Of course the impetus of the moving
train soon cut through the timbers and broke
down the bridge. The accident was ons of
those which sometimes happen in spile of
all ordinary precautions. The roof was
thought te be securely . fastened but the
gale which blew np the river tore it up just
as storms sometimes nncoof the strongest
buildings. The atorm prevented the dsaa
age to the bridge being discovered until it
wss too late. The Engineer, who was look
ing eat on the south tide, eaya that through
the storm the bridge looked as if the track
had been taken np and the' engine running
oaths smooth roof, while to the Firemen,
who saw it from the north side, the engine
bars. The idea that something was wrong
had acarcely occurred their minds when the
crash came and they found themselves strug
gling in the water, Condnetor Cab vca Stood
just behind them en the foot board which
joina the engine and tender. They neither
heard no saw him when the bridge foil. The
Engineer says that .be was net conscious of
falling until he reached the water. He re
members sinking slowly to the gravelly bot
tom, where, for an instant, be seemed. 'to be
held by an immense weight, the thought
that the end of the world had comefpr, him
flashed upon him) and then came the 'sensa
tion of pressure slowly removed and he soon
found himself struggling towards the "bank
through ice and broken timbers of the wreck.
The fireman was Beverly cut about the head
but is nearly recovered. The injuries of the
Engineer are internal and more serious, and
it will require a longer time for his recovery.
Conductor Casts a s body was not record
ered nntil Saturday and when found there
was not a bruise or wound caused by the ac
cident. He was undoubtedly stunned by the
shock an-i drowned.. His body was imme
diately brought to town and an ioquest held
before Justice Ttlsb. The funeral services
were atienied at Beuevue on Saturday by a
large number of people, an extra train being
sent dewa from Cleveland for the accomoda
tion of his friends and associates who wish
ed to be present.
The work of putting np a new temporary
bridge was completed on Taesday noon just
five days from the occurence of the accident.
A force of 70 men have been almost con
stantly at work removing the wreck and put
ting up the trestle work. It has been so
eowtrneted that the new permanent bridge
can be put up along side without interference
with the running of trains. A new and
strong wooden bridge has been ordered and
will be completed and ready for use within
six weeks. The building of a stone bridge
ia hardly practicable, the height not be
ing sufficient to make atrong arches without
using so large a number of piers as to block
the river, end an iron bridge cannot be put
up as soon as the case demand. , The
engine, which turned s complete somersault
striking en the rock bvttom of the river was
drsgged out on Monday ia a badly damaged
condition but still much more like aa e ngme
thaa could be expected. All in all, the loss
of the life of Conductor Cabvbb the accident
baa not been a very serious one.
Th Pearl of Sawoy. To-night the
Monumental club render their first play this
on at Birchard Hall. The auceess of I
Fahchor, last winter, led them to select the
Arriving in Paris, she finds herself alone I
the great eity, the friend of the Priest I be
Pearl ef Savoy," written by the same au
thor and in which Maooik Mitchkl has sl-
ways been a favorite. ' It is in many respects
superior to Faocbon and will, we think,
prove quite as great a favorite.
The first act opens in a poor cottage under
the shsdow of ths Alps, the borne of Mabjc
the " Pearl of Savoy," who is persecuted by
the intrigues of the Cokxakoib who is her
evil genius. His first plot to threaten to
drive her parents from their cottage, through
hia agent IiAboqub, and then gain their favor
by appearing to intercede with the Marchiok-
bw sister, m their behalf is exposed
the good PtiBsr, The warns Marie of her
danger and sends her te an old friend in
Paris, with a company of peasants who are
about to emigrate te seek their fortunes.
Maris goes without seeing her peasant lover
Ardbb, who (s reajly, Arthur, the son of
the Marchioness and neptww of the Com
mander, in disguise.
having long since died, bet her sweet voice
wins her friends and she earns an honest I in
living and sends her little savings 0 her I
parents in Savoy. Meantime Andie has
found her out and meets her as her teacher.
Her old friends Cboocbon, a wild peasant
girl, and Pikbbut, the rough but faithful
organ grinder, have also lound her.
mi m ...
ine mareaioneas, wno suspects Arthur s
love affair and ia determined that he shall
marry one of his own rank in life, calls on
Marie with tbe Commander, and engages
to sing at a party to be given in honor
the betrothal of Arthur to the Duchess
p'KlbbJ At the party Marie discovers that
lover An!re a Marquis, sinks in
swooe and is left to the care of the Com
mander by the Marchioness,
appears to save her friend hut the
, Cbouchon I
who ia I pie
succeeds in carrrine off Marie.
rescued by Arthur and taken to his chateau, I and
which be tells her is furnished bv bis I give
mother for her nan until their marriage can
take place. Meantime Arthur has consented I
marry in accordance with his mother's I
wishes. Marie's lather, searching for his I
cuiiu. uunm ner me cnateau OI a Marauia. I
disowns her and go -s back to Savoy broken
hearted. Marie sees from her window the
carriages which convey Arthur and hia
bride to church, and becomes insane. Pier
who has been her staunch and faithful
friend, tries to save her from a fresh
of the Commander, but ouly succeeds
getting her away from Paria by playing
with his organ, the air which her mother
at parting, and which abe calls her
mother's voice." This music she follows
after day, until ahe reaches home and
recovers her reason in the happy denouement.
interest in the story is sustained to the
and all the leading parts give oppor
tunity for good acting. We hope the public
give the club a good house.
Personal. Gen's, W.H.Gisson and Jous
Lbs, of Tiffin, were in town on Tuesday! ed
v. jn., vr . n . . t I
...,-? .u, .ler t
last week with his ceua.n, Col. IL W.
DaisTOL. we Knew taim well when be csr.
a musket in the old 105th and wish him
best of success inhisUlU with his breth- 13l
of the Uw. , , .
Judge Sloar of the Ottawa Union was in
on Wednesdsy on bis way to Washing-
. j . T , i rooi
Superintendent Nottingham, of theCIeve-
Painesville k Ashtabula Railroad, has and
stopping at the Keasler House for aev-
days while the bridge js being repaired.
Kottinsbam wss made Superintendent
tne u. r.
the very bes( iu tbe country as any one who
pde froni qeyejand ti Erie wil (estify. I of
A A. Road in 1656 and has held
i ever since, mskine his line enual
Mie consolidation of that line with the
k. T. Road took place, Mr. jVottinudam
made Superintendent of the en til e line
Mr. Liwimay as Assistant Superinten
dent over the Toledo Division.
Bahkript Sale of Boots nnd Shoes
$25,000 worth of boots and shoes selling off
50 cts. on tbe dollar these goods are all
custom made and must be told within 30 dsys,
Sherman's old stand, Fremont. 51
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Another Planing Mill. Our town has
two large sash, dwir, blind and rlininc f:ic
t:riei which arjlayjj Jljij flfc ej
tent with l irge lumber ya-ds attached, but
they are unable to supply the demand iu this
vicinity fin theMlls nyidc lnrtn -Ikca. I W
rre gbt-t to ut thit another facLr or thie
kind is soon to be opened by Bowlus t Co.
Ground tor the lumber yard and erection of
the buildings have, been' nhtartied near the
A New Way to do it. We take pleas
uie in ir wntinir to our readers a new form
of marrin? S Service which was first invented
by a Justice of the Peace, in southern Illinois
and isKupjiosed to bo in general uneiatbat
benighted region at the present writing.
Said Justice, after joining the 'hands of the
loving couple, led off as follows: "Do you,
Sally Ann Maria, hers end, now, agree-, i ar-
gain and contract to take this man, Johnadab
Axiah, which you no ,hod... ly. your right
hand, with all his tricks, fixing and doings,
for your lawful wedded husband?" He then
'did hi " to-Jobnadab Aziah" and the twain
were one flesh
I Writing Class. Mr. Wabrkn. whe
handwnie xprcimeiis of IV 11 Drawing have
been attracting so much attention in the
Pen! Office and Drug Stored, hus decided to
remain during ho'lday vacation to give
course of lessons,' cotnmeucuig on Monday
evening, Dec 33d, at 6 o'clock at the Union
School House. . He will alauorgauizu. jt,iiay
class on the same day which will meet at
9 A. M. and 3 P. M. at the room lately .oc
ciipied by Dr. GuoAT.in Mooei & Vallktt's
Block: His terms are very low 12 Icsods
for $2,00 to geuLleuicu and $1.50 to ladies
and if his pupils do not got the worth of
their money it will be their own fault
An Old Citizen We had a call on
Tuesday from Mr. Daniel Wiktkbs of Town-
Bead Township, who came-to Sandusky
county in lolY with his father, who settled
abon after in Erie county. Mr. Wintkbs
saw the first frame bouse which was built in
Sandusky city in process of erection.
Squire Fan now living iu Clyde, being the
builder. In 1817,' when here with bis father,
they prospected (he laud for sale along, the
river and found it held at $22 er sere for a
mile and a. half above town, -even- at that
early day, aud in the same year lots within
tlie present corporation were sold st $150
per acre. Air. w inters is yet a vigorous
old man and will live to see many more win
ters, we hope.
To Skatists. Hall's JowW of Health
says to skatists: Before starting for the ice,
bathe your feet in cold water, dry them per
fectly, aud give them a good rubbing with a
crash towel, and put on a pair of woolen or
heavy cotton Blockings, aud your feet will re-
main comfortably warm for threa or lour
hours jn'Oie coldest weather." -' '
The Dayton Journal recommends,' also,
cold water and crash "after thuskatistre
turns home from the exhilarating exercise."
This exrrci-e W'decidedly more cxhilerat
lug tban in cases when the "crash comes
first, and the cold water afterwards. If mem
ory serves us cotrectly the skater is uiicom
forttbl cold for two or three hours after this
latter experience;' ahd the exescise is not -at
Gen. J. A. Maltby. A dispatch from
Vicksburg of the 13th snnouncis the death
of Gen. Jaspkb A, .Maltby ,of yellow
fever after bu, illnsW 'of yhlurqVdaysi'J
Gen. Maltbt resided with his areuts in this
place during his boyhood. He volunteered
and served in the Mexican war, and .after
ward settled it Galens, III. He joined the
rorty-niih lliuoig or " Lal Mine r ,-j-egi-
meat, at the ureaanig out oi me rebellion,
and distinguished himself at Fort DunelKon
where he was badly wounded and received
promotion. He was in command of his
regiment during the Vicksburg campaign.
For gallantry in occupying and holding the
breach at the blowing up of Fort. Hill on
the 26th of June, Gen. Lou an to. whose
Division he belonged designated him as
the bravest aud coolest man i his Divi
sion," and Gen. Grant assured hiiu on the
spot of a Brigadier-Generalshinv., In Jgliat
i.loody affair he was again serenely weUpd-
ed. '- 'f: --:
GenJ Maltbt was a uietjaubtrniva
gentleman, and it may be truly said of him
that, hs merited in the h'ghest degree the
positions to which he atned'fa thejSny,;!
The (ienerai s father lives in Cleveland. I
Prof. Youmans' Lecture. The audi
ence in attendance on Prof. Vm:ifANs lecture
Saturday evening was yciy small. The
lecture, however, was full of ideas ai.d a rich
treat to those who were fortunate enough to
present. Prof. Yoimass ig the on!y 1 c-
turer in the cuoy wbdlsiJ
I v.' jh-iw..
earueatnef v, briltiKrt lllutmroTTWMnmaP7rM'
fecU-d eloquence invests every subject he
touches with the greatest interest Wnd 'he has
done more than any other living man to
awaken and keep alive au interest iu the
sciences to which he lias devoted )iis liftj
It is possible that PjfTl u'as w&Kfctoj
here again on his return from the West, aud
deliver his lecture on the "Chemistry of the
Sunbeam," whiuh is more properly. a popu
lar lecture than the one delivered on Satur
eveuing. If so we shdll expect to s-e s
gopa,uuieuo. , . ... , , , -.jjH
If we are everto have fci.mrse of Ld
lectures Here they must uu sustained by
those who believe iu, them as a, means ef cuU
ture, atsorae little persousl ;sfbrititaj Poo
who compwiil that,' uothiinr Tbpt shows
their influence aud money to support a
higher style of eertamuieota,1 and' not
uly that, they must go themselves or
lDeir families. . Every community has to lie
educatedup le thr wrisjajh bja, wij jut.
prove mi 6Apt.-ui.iuu,
The Late Railroad Accident.
Verdict of Coroner's in the
Case of Conductor Carver.
We publish Wow tlui Vonliet of,'tju.Cur
oner's Jury in the case of Conductor Cabvkr,
killed by the railroad accident at this place
week: r' i .1 , M
We, the HudWsisM,' JuToVs'ciaoelled
sworn on the 13)ii day S Doeumber,' A
lbf, in the township ot Sandusky, coun
Sandusky, by F. Wilmer, a Justice of
l'eac6 in and for said township and
county, acting as Coroner for the time, to m-
quire and true presentment make, in what
manner and Dy wnoni William Carver,
whose body wus found m the Sandusky- riv
on the IMh day of December, A. Di'fii,
lo liis death.
After havinir beardl,.. Jvtdnti. ntitl
amiued the body, we do find that the deccas-
came to :is death because of asphyxia
produced by submersion, winch was caused
loeo.iv 9f a, local frejd ttaSrr'
,ng thrown trim thltck 'on Umrita,fetJ!
bridge crossing the Jefandusky river at Fie
ried n""1. Ohio, on the moruiug of December
c , , . ,
" :, "'r .u- ..""L. "V iT TZT??? f
roofing on tfe north side of the track and de-
pos't64 tne same directly upon the traok and
thereof, that the Ijn covering vfsaid
uum me sauie urnuy upon said track.
wa8 ,1-iv r.,L 7Mi1
we further find that since the said ac
been ciuBnt occurci), it is eagyOu-see how said
said road, wbi$, dajij
roofioir muht sve -been" more thoromrhl
secured, but are not prepared lo say that had
been called upon to inspect said bridge
the accident we should not have de
clared the same entirely ss$;'ah(i'werTarlauf
.ni w in o uu- nves oi tiie many
thousand passengers as well as rhe employees
it is clearly the duty ef the Cleveland A
Toledo Railroad Company to ker p a watch
man at said bridge at all limes, and we are of
opinion that the said conipiny were
of itegligeiir-e ill not having a 'waic'n
nian at the lime of said accident; and we do
further find thifsaid railroad company was
negligent in permitting said train to run 15
per hour, which was toy;reat a sne d,
especially in sneH a blinding storm1''' was'
at th". time of said disaster.
D Hetts, M E Tylfb,
A Vorsi;, F Fbestzel,
CnAs Thompson I M Qlilter.
High School Entertainment Th
High !Sf liiwjl will dedirslq lb1 ir l w Hal) on
Saturday evening of th B week and Monday
eveniti 5 of negt Week .by: giving eiitertain
uieiita consisting of rehearsals, declamations,
ctt)ipiirs, scenes from dramas, ii struiueutal
lmd'vVsal mifaic, &c',".':' Adnii"siou, 25 cents,
rroci.fdsdvW.Wobtaining apparatus, tut
for tli e one of schools. Doors open, at G o'clock
iforniiHvHnjegtn Wt 6. ' 1
, Ultub. Fink Presents for Christ
mas atD, J. Collvers, such as Setts,' Jew
elry, Chins-ware, Toys, Ac. ' !
Nk Line of .Fuia at Bristol Sc 'ly-
hrsi j (Jo and see theiiK.'., . , ',, .. ':
.Jfasr STVLKoof rich JeVJewelry just
receivedali Lcppf Jinan's;" ' -"! '
' 'BXx and iioks are" lieing sold at
half priceat .merman's ohi stand, Fremont
Ohio.; . ' '", 51
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Iloy'oe Christmas Dinners! Get
the materials-fur your Christmas Dinners at
BuchinauV New "Grocery. Store,, on State
Street. A' Mvuhroom sweeps clean ' ,and
Buchman sells below all competition. 51-52
Xilfft - Joo, ( Lat e. ybu oughtgto
bale bought s- good' Overcoat and a warm
and comfortable suit aud the best' under
clothing Weeks ago, but if you have neglected
it, dont fail to call on Munk at once and
buy yourself a- comfortable out-fit for a small
sum of money .'J; ':"'fi .1 'j .
"CRicKEits. Fresh Butter, Pic-Nic,
Soda, Farina, Milk aud Cream Crackers for
sale cheap., at ';hblesalo aand retail by P.
Close.' 1,1 . .l.-T -3 - - - - '
TuEiUiAviKfli Storm ever known-in
this ngjon joccurred, , last. Thursday.. The
streets, were blocked'np with snow and it was
almost! iuiuMiible lor people to get to town,
But the. bad ttale ofthu roads . did not pre
veut Drylbos from TWIHrig' a I heavy "bU oj
a good stock of goods and low prices, and the
state ef -weather does not f fleet him. All
who WHut good winter clothing at low prices
sUuvldj 6' "'s store. .. .-
I O ' ,)X ILL AND TO UO HH . IU0 fe-
jundtesf sueeess provided alwhys, Jou will
rightly and do projerly. '.Will to get an bun.
oral-lc stWon in life. , Do it by first fitting
yoursdli .fur that station with a thorough
Business Educatioii, such as may be pro
cured at a trifling t xen8e at the Union Busi
Hess institute at Hillsdale, Mich. ,As
friend, we advise you to attend this popular
lustilifliou. . ,-; . . 51 ,
Ovsers , Q Voters! p-Oirect from
Baltimore every day, cheajier thau ever, at
iieU,!. on ?rner at P.
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b the cart load.verv lowjit
retaiL at P. CWa.
Coffee and Suuar. Coffee for 25c
peryotind; sugar for 12'c per pound, and
everyihiug elve iu proportion, at the store of
P. cloi;;';" .' ' ';.
' Cross and Thomson acknowledge the
graceful and deserved Loniplinienl given by
Ihu tipposiiiou to tho fairness and integrity
of thuir dealing in the liue of music. Thuir
fjuidi tt organs are the only ones in townvb
taiucd dirtcJy Xioui the luanufuciurvrs, and
that aie ccomuanied by. the guarantee of
Lyon end Healy. Burdelt Celeste Organ!
veiy cheap till after the Hoi days.'
Oranges and Lemons. Fresh Or
anges d Lemons just received. Everybody
esn.aii(J;ct one, at P. Close's. ..
811CATIONS, The good character of
our Students and the thoroughness of our
course generally insures our students first
class 'positions, some of whom are at the
head of the Market, some Cashiers and Tel
lers iu iianks, some with good situations in
the Government Service, soma County Offi
cers, Land Agents and Profcssore in their
own Institutions, of whom reference can be
made, i Address for Particulars, S. S. Calk
ins, ObefliujPhioJJt , Y, 1 51-2.. ,
FlJlr ! ' Flour ! .' Flour ! ! ! 1000
bbls. Exlra Choice Flour just received from
the West, way below the market, wholesale
and retiad at J Close', on the corner.. 1 ...
1 v-'. '
Mo Kg Fun Black Crook Outdone.-
A Big Skating Party, All are invited, old
and yojiug, male and female. " A large-attendance
is expected and a general good
lime. ITto'tets ' free, ho reserved seats.
Time aid place of luteLiiig from 9 o'clock A.
JL7 U I oHiick P. M. each day, at HAR-
MS THPTOGRAPH ROOMS, in Buck
land's new block, where first-class Pictures
can be liau, warranted to ploase. 50-55.
I JjK.i'hklman has just . received an
assortment 01 flue Jut and l ean, Ooral and
Pearl, Carbuuclu aud Ruby full sets of Jew:
elry ; Hue Chains and Pins, Watches, Ac.
LAIawrich -Silverware, especially adapted lo
holiday trade. Also a full Jiue of
fihal tr"an, and Melodedns. Don't fail
call u him.. Ue -uudoubtedlv can and
does uttaerxeU any Louse in this part of the
state. "' . ; : ' ; ; ;. 50-52.
Fancy ,nd ;'i stick
jrlinT tue Best. J. L. Jackson is au
old. Sewing Maclnno Agent aud after
lorjfj experience has selected (he three best
nWhfue in the- market, i. e. the Singer
Howe ajiil FJo'rence. He will be glad to show
any perxSue interested the eculiar advsn'
tages of each niacJnucand thejr sujwriority
oyer Wheeleritr Wlledn's aiid allrfther styles,
Hykje jf Jjnieeler'&'Wjlson at his yoouis
thai (hose who call on- him may have a
oppor tunity to test its 'ua.niea. ,Evory
whols'tHinking of buying a Sewing Ma
should call on him at his rooms iu St
Clair's Block and investigate the case. He
dsisSiV askfjllvbnc buiy' initil lja:;l:s
proved the superiority of his machines.
Holiday . Paintings. Don't- foruet
' :..r , -..r ''':.
J'lQiffr-le flncst Jojiuay presents at
AJuiic and Jewoir'y siore of E. L. Cross.
Splcddiil Oil- Paintings iu elegant Frames
from $2,00 to $5,00 each. 'r
Floral wreaths in beautiful frames at, from
$1,00 upwards. -i . ; -
Bni-dett Organs, MoWuuus and! 1'iauos,
splendid stales for sale for the Holiday trade.
Silver ware of all kinds,- beautiful silver
fruit knives, ladles gold enameled watches
with dlsnionds from JtjO to Call
BeelUa.iu.; ,-.-. . 50-54. .
'A Live. .JJcsikess ,Ma,v. T. I. ,Barr
i one' of 'our live business men,.'' Start
uudur great disadvantages at a consider
dUUuMqiVum Front Street wherel. peo
p(o have from lime immemorial been accus
tomed to dy business, he has built up an ex
cellent trade in Ready-made Clothing and
Mcrchiiil -Tailoring work, ' aud nuw does a
sliare of the best custom work in the
county. ' His culler .always givus Katistaclion
h keeps the very best workmen in his
mauufacturiug department. If f.iir and lib
dealiug will bring a good trade he is
determined to have it. 51
A Disgovkkv. Whilo passing Pa-
Jl Heim's Block a day or two since we
Were rhuch surprised to find Sherman A Co s
aud Shoe Store re-iiwncl aad goods
selling far behiw cust. lipon iuquiring we
learned that the assignee was Milling off at
almost Kiiy price that r.ould be olitained ami
told ns that the stock must and would be
ckwdnilt entirely before, tha end of thirty
'flay.' ' We advise all who are. in need of
TJrtOis, SHioes, G'ailersr, Rubbers of say other
('liMny to call at once before the
stock is sold out. 51
grauder prettept for .dear friends on Christ
rnas or NeW Te
The Celebrated Burdett Celeste
Ubiiass will from now to the Uolidajs be
offered cheaper than ever -ior-ihe lovettof
pure and beautiful music, by Cbobs'A Thom
son. The great variety of these matchless
organ that they offer and the low prices
they charge, must satisfy every shade of mu
sical talent aud financial capacity. No
ears can be conceived, than
the Celeste Organ, with its voice almost
sweet enough toliafe been' stolen from the
heavenly choirs. " : " 50-52
, Sherwood's-' HoLiDAr Price List.-
TUe large retail house of I. I. Sherwood, of
Cleye nd, has just published a price Ust for
ths. , lidays. This house is selling 200
pieces of elegant Empress Cloths for 75 eta.;
spelendid Merinos at $1 00; Plain Poplins at
U ts.; TlUd Alapsca Poplins at 50 cts.I
Ladies' hsnd knit Hoods at $1 00, worth
$2 50; Ladies' hand knit Jackets at $1 00,
worth $3 00; Genu' knit Jackets at $1 75,
worth $3 50; White .Whitney Blankets,
$4 50; Hyde Psrk Cloakings st $2 25; Silvrr
Fix and Biver Side Chinchilla Cloakings at
$1 00, worth $7 00; large breasted, wide
cape, Cavalry Overcoats $5 00; Army Rub
ber Blankets at $175; and. lined army
Blouses at $3 00.
The Only Gold MedaL- The
Wheeler c Wilson is the only Sewing Ma
chine which received a Gold Medal at the
Paris Exposition nnd stands at the head of
of all Sewing Machines in the world., Howe,
tbe inventor of the Howe Machine, received
a medal aa the inventor of Sewing Machines,
but bis machine is well known to be inferior
to tbe celebrated Wheeler t Wilson, which
combines all tbe valuable qualities of other
stylis withmany new improvements. These
facts can fcft proved, to Ibe ptifactioD. ef any
one by a call at Mrs. M. Brockwsy's Millin
ery Rooms, where one of the Wheeler &
Wilson Machines .is is cpustant -operation
See advertifcmeut in another column,
"A Y heeler t Wiltou' Sewing Machine
will make the handsomest of Christmas
1resentg$ C. r! V f. .S, .51
- Too Good to be True That brother
Cross has, . renounced the .underhanded mty
of transacting business and. hereafter adopts
a etraignt lorwara memoo. im u
who sold J.eiielnjaa tAit ttoond cUa Jlur
JcO, Orpin has since sent him a superb in
stroment with the Harmonic Celeste snd
improved Vox Humana attachments, that
has duly arrived and which the public are
cordially iuvited to inspect, together with
(hit same second class organ that our dear
friend with thaC great veracity for which he
is so remarkable, so lucidly describes; also
not sole .Agent for Phil pot, Camp t Co.'s
Melodcous and Organs which I will sell 25
per cent.-cheaper than any firm in this
section can afford to. ' '. '; ' 51
Trusses, Shoulder Braces, Fitch's
Supporters, London Supporters, Elastic
Stockings, Knee Caps, Uriuals, Nasal Dou
ches, Maw's Feeding Buttles, pessaries,
BTeedhim's Breast Pump, Suspensories Rub
ber Diapers for the Babies, for sale at the
Drug Store of Dr. E. Dillon i Son.
A Splendid Line Hair, Clothes,
Hat, Te th, Nail and shoe Brushes at the
Drug S'ore of Dr. E. Dillon & Son.
Waoon Grease in boxes Tar in buck
ets, a pure article for sale by Dr. . Dillon
ftSonj , -
! .til' -iii i." ' J.:' ?.' ,",
French Blacking at the Drug Storo
of Dr. E. DilliooA Son.- :-!
Bakino Powder. Try it. Warrant
ed. Sold by D. & Dillon & S.m.. - - .
Lubin's ExTRACTS.--Aijiia de Magno
lia for sale at the Drug Store of Dr. E. Dil
jou t Son.
Late Patent.' The" following Pa
tents have been issued through tin office of
Burridge & Co., Cleveland, Ohio: C. Mahan,
New Hampshire, p., hoe ; B. G, McCav.
Clevelandspike msehlne; JS. O. Goddard,
Unionville, feuce j;Mrs, D. H. JIcGregory,
Detroit! making butter ';t N. Burch, Jforth
Fairfield, gate; L- Schaefor, 'Cleveland, sofa
and bed G Eouton. Svreetsboro, sheep la
bia i, jut D. Matcham, Piltsfield, sheep chsir
aid vat; ftudd A Shawk, Cleveland, mag
netic, pump; H. Minuse. Milan, carriage
plow ; II. Bartholomew, Dover Centre, fence;
J. Fairehild, Ealeville, cement coin pound ;
J. Foley,' Chicago, balancing mill stones ';
E. L. Marsh, Greenwich, Jilting jack : J.
Robbing, Ainbeist, fence post pedestal.; O.
Evaus, Alliances, hay fujk ; ;J. R. McGuire,
Warre, 'carnage clrcie ; 'El 'Gray, Oberlin,
telegraph apparatus J . P, Barrick, Massil-
ion, carriage shaft coupling.
"Ah Hock Wbu Spkht. Attracted
by the brilliant show wjndows which were
the centre of attraction to a dozen little folks
who were looking with longing eyes at the
wonderful toys, made on purpose to make
glad the hearts and bright the faces of boys
and girls, we Ventured into 8. Buckland A
Sou's Drug Store and spent a whole hour in
lookipg over the stock of nice things they
have provided for Christmas snd New Year's
Uifis. . Fisst and best ef all were the books
all sorts of contents and all stylet of bind-
? . . e i .
lug, suiiauie ior oiu or young, married or
Single. : lo thu cases were beautiful ladies'
Writing Desks, elegant dressing cases, hand
some toilpt setts of Pariau Marble an Bo-
hemam glass. , And on the Toy Counter
was a erfectnenageriof toywj every bird
the forest and beast of the field was repre
sented.; it might have been a procession of
kintals onsheir way out of Noah's Ark
for. aught any one could tell, there didn't
seem a pair luck ing. ' Besides these there are
IhouKaiideflther. eaiativsuccs; Jdolls which
To sleep and wake up again; musical in
struments ol every kind; toy books full of
wonderful pictures, and no end to
things. Nobody shou!( , buy
gifts until Bucklaud's stock has been exam-
ned. j (IV(;: i J
i . . ... ... i
-, T Tr
Co to Hillsdale' M ich., where you ran eet
first dsHs education. Everybody knows
wnere unnm, lrakesfe Uu. s, Union Busi
ness Institute iB locSletf. Don't fail to send
It is cheap, thorough; popular and original
the managomoiit tf ii Aotual Business
Still omwabd. Notwithntaudinir the
hard times and high prices, the sale of the
Best Chcmkil 8tLeTaMv$ is -still on the in-
tirease. I'eople will use it and every suc
cessful house-wife tells her neighbor, ant)
when ner ueigupor tries it sou tells another.
thus it spreads iinf.il it is hard to tell
WQere it win stop,
M rsJ Hanuah Sanderson. Merrimack. N.
writes Oct, 26th to R. P. Hall A Co.,
iTashus, N. H. "I cheerful certify to the
wonderful restovative properties of your Ve
getable Sicilian Hair Renewer, having ex
perienced its effects On my own head. When
commenoed using it mv head, was, nearly
bald, only 'having a little hair on Ilia side
my head. ha,ve worn false hair fifteen
years'aud upward-' I have now laid it by.
commenced usinir it in May, and now mv
is from two to four inches lone, aud thick
where there was, none . when, I commenced
lising Hall's Hair Renewer. ' My hair is now
growing very fas( and does not Ml off. I
recommend. tb8 to all those whose hair has
turned gray or tbin, and especially to those.
"I am acquainted with Mrs. Hannah San
dunonaiid can certify lo tho truthfulness of
statement." William T. 1'arker, Jus
tice of the 'nce.
" Let not your heart lie troubled," lady
: those tresKes the pride of your beauty,
honor and the ornament of your person,
not be taken from you by the "crush
ing hand of tim " nor need their raven
glories, their auburn and golden beauties
urn preinaliiielv to the athen hues that
mark the tier'a.! of dissolution Barrett's
Hair Restorative will give back the lustre
your lochs. "Let not your heart be
Fast Living. In this ag-i of luxurious
living, lata suppers, and rich fro I, it is sur
prisii g that tlie stomach rforms its func
tions as well aa it does. (Toe's Dyspepsia
Cure will be found a valuable assiM'ant to
the Stomach ; when loaded with late sup
pers, rich food, or any indulgence or excess,
it will instantly relieve that feeling of heavi
ness after eating. . -
RennVs Pain-Killing Magic Oil is used
by a number of the families in our town,
and they speak well of it as a remedy for
curing more psinful complaints. It N the
cleanest and most delicious article to use
we have found. The large size bottles are
cheapest in proportion to the price. Sold
by E. Dillon fc Son.
The Philadelphia National Refreshment
Saloons, where tbe soldiers from every part
of the Union were fed during the lste war
were an honor to Philadelphia, and there is
s peculiar propriety in the circumstance that
Philadelphia should inaugurate a plan for
the endowment of a National Institute,
where the oiphans of these same heroes may
have a home and receive an education. Thia
is what the Trustees of the Riverside Insti
tute sre aiming most successfully to accom
plish. Acting under the Charter of the
Washington Library Company, incorporated
by the State of Pennsylvania, they are of
fering stock at thu low rate of one dollar
per share, and will give to each subscriber
a beautiful and valuable steel engraving,
worth at retail more than the price of the
stock, and as an additional inducement will
distribute among the stockholders, presents
valued at $300,000. In the distribution
every one has an equal chance to obtain
large presents ; one is worth $40 000, an
other $20,000, &c. - Who can refuse to do a
patriotic and benevolent action on these
Maonolia Watbb. A delightful toilet ar
ticle superior to Cologne and st hslf the
Anciknt Fink Abts. To the i'ditor of the
New York Herald: Respecting the relics of
procelaiu ware found in the late exhuma
tions at Hercu'laneum which have been for
warded to tbe Society of Antiquities in Lon
don, whereof your correspondent says tbe
bottle resembling Drake's Plantation Bitters
was .undoubtedly placed among tbe ruins by
the agent of Dr. Drake, we desire to stats be
is in incorrect in every respect. If a bottle
wss found there beating our lettering, the
language of tbe Ancient Komans waa oilier
ant from the accented literature of that day.
Our agent has other business than this in
Europe, and has not bees in Italy at all,
No doubt Americans carry Plantation Bit
ters to Rome ; but trying to impose upon a
society of Antiquarians in una way, mra
n,,ii aaoluv. and we do not appreciate the
joke. It is unnecessary .fur us to spend
money in Europe while we are unable to
supply tne nemana lor mese ceiearsiea ou
ters here. Respectfully, P. H. Drake k Co,
LOCAL NOTICES. Marriages.
At the residence of Mr. C. Deal, Dec 17
1867, by Rev. H. Lang, Mr. Eugene B.
DwioST.and.Miss LA,isa Fox, both of Fre
mont., , : ; ' , ; ;
December 11th at the residence of tbe
brides father, by Rev. T. J. Uarbaugh, Mr.
Ihaiau VvNntRSAn. and Miss Maar Jakb
Fiaskl, all of Jarksou Township.
At his residence in Townsend township,
of Consumption, Dec. 10, 1867, Mr. Johm
Allkn, aged 28 years.
FREMONT. O. THURSDAY DEC 19. 2867.
Corrected by D. Garvin & Co.
Wheat S 1.2 to $2 81 -Cora
SI o V buahel.
Kye SI 00 r bushel.
Uuta-SV. f buabel.
Buck w Ileal (grain) 0o. V bushel.
Flax Meed-l 75 V boibel.
Timothy 8eed-Sl Wi oorknshel.
Clover Seed 1 o0T 00 W bashel.
Wool 3040c. y ui.
Uay-lli WTni. .
Oressea) Hogs $7 Orll To
Corrected by P. Close.
Floor 112 0012 60 Wbbl.
ajar lOo.w lb ij the ken; llo. vth at retail
saoksd .lteal Uawa, loU. V ft ; Shoul.
dire, 13o. Vftj Dried Uef,2un. r lb.
Batter SOj-W lb
Eggs 2i. T doses : - , ,
CntesBe 15. r lb.
, aelaloe 0 r buahel
Dried Apples-7 :. It.
Green Apples 4')7c buab.
Onions-,! 00 bush
Ditch -10c H
Wild Tarkeys-lOe r lb.
Hoeawax 2s to gtic j tt.
8all-rin,r saek. Mc; r'hhl, IS&0 j Hoarse.
bbl.. $3 7
Coffee Rio, 2630e.Wfb; 3840e. f lb
Tea mU 0-) ft.
8ngr Common, by th barrel, W ft.. 12 W
Hc ; White, lo18e. r lb.
Itioe-riKo. X h.
iniacBverei-sil 009 io 00 w X bbl.: 12 0
Fremont Lime 20c v bush.
Fremont Lumber Market.
Unelnchand a half.
One loch and a quarter
One Inch Red Oak,
do Common -
Pin , .
(40 r M
- - 24 .
, - la
- 10 09 do
ao m d
t5S7 00 Id
4 35(90 26 do
1400 r in
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST!
HARVEST IS OVER!
THE YIELD IS GREAT !
PROsrERITV ABOUNDS I
WINTER IS COMING
A.ND NOW IS TUB T1MK TO TitE "
Moore's Sural New-Yorker,
The great Town aud Country weekly. .
TIIE RURAL is the Lcailinir aud Lireeat
ijircutmng is fWKia(Hr l its U ass on tbi
Ouutitieiit, stijerinr id Value sad Variety ol
CiintcniB and licauiy uf Appearaoee. It
embraces more Agricultural, Hort cultural,
Scieutili-, E luralional, Literary and News
Matter, interspersed with Engravings, than
other Journal, for it comprises 1 Vprt-
meubs uevoicii 10 or iQGlllalUK , . "
prUulhire, JJmjiiv"Ulire. ;http. Husbandry,
'"yi jjairyuty, uurw. .ircnuccmre,
Hinpie'lic Economy, Choice titerw
. tyre, Science and Art, Education, .
" 4 Youth' Reading, Gen
eral Vtrs, Com
Willi IUusTriiou Tales, Essays, Music,
Poetryj Kubusts, Enigmas, tc.
The Rural New Yorker is a National
Journal, circulating largely in the XaK( and
North and South. It tSmploys the
Talqnt in all - Depart niebts. Is corps
lili tors, Contributors, tc, coiiiirises
of the best Farmers, I'lanters, Wool
tirowcrs, (Iraziurs, Horticulturists., iud
itiitors, Schuluts, io., uf note aud ability
liricl tlie ftuni1 is ably edited, profusuly
liusirated, neatly nnuWd practical, scten
u-ieful-uioral, instructive anil enter
Wherever located Id Couutry, VUlage or
want the Rural. 'our family and
want it For i( is adapted, to he
of al. Sole that it is not a monthly,
a large and beautiful Weekly.
No. contains Eight Double Quarto
printed in extra slyle, Clear Type,
I'aper, and more and better Illustra
tions than any other Journal of its Class. A
Page, Index, if'c.at close of Volume.
Tksms Only Js3 a Year ; to clubs of -n,
per copy. Vol. IX bagins Jan. 4.
Now is the Time to' Suln-crilia and
Great Offers lo Club Agents.
Specimens, Show-Bills, Premium Lists, 4c,
free; or lli 13 numbers of this Quarter,
to Jan.) on tri d, fur Only Fifty Cents!
D. D. T. MOORE, Rochester. N. ).
IT WORKS EJK.K A CUARIuV-Havsob
adaehal U( Sana Magi OU1 Has yea
toothaeha? Use ReonVs Maie Oil -tfirve yoB
neuralgia? Cs Rrhna'a Mi!e OinET. joa
Rhaumtinsi Dh Ran'M(TaOn!-Hanyo
aoreTuroat? Uaa Ranae's Magic Otl Haver va"
Selatiear I'm Renne'i Magio 0111 -Ut jo a a
brulM ? Um Ranu'aMagk Oil I Ilam jusmiin '
Us Raooa's Magic Oil joiieBaKajBof-
bai DM Rmo.'s Mafia OiU (-:
naaa Una Ronaa's Naaie Oill ' Thia h lb? One
Family Ramedy, to curs all kinojratnfn "aVs
tnM. it I cisao, asa ana asiisiaao
you as it totbfeily, H-wiHewyvw
tians on aath bottle. But it of th Jrn;giiVf
Marchaot where raatrila:'1 WtinyfaavS sot gtft
os hand theywillaend for It, at yosr rcqaaat, and
sell yoa nil ttaaaia Keuaa'a Paia- KriUnc; Magi
Oil at the nuofaetarar'a lowest fdcaat rail. f
Wit. RRNNB, Bote Troprietor aad Madntaetvrrr
Fittsfleld, Mass. Sold wholesale aad retail by Dr.
B. Dillon & Sod, Fremont, vliaje aow bbsmb
The :;ret Medical -AiKjaei-Hostetter's
United SUtes Almaoae for 1808, for distribatipn J
gratia, thraghot tee UaUtd Stotpatad tBcf-ilf ad
aoantrl of the Wastarn Bemlaphara, will be paV
liahcd abonS the Srst ol Janaarj, and all w Bo wish
jjo aaderstand the trnaphiloaophyof health thoald
tesd and ponder the valnabl suggestions it oontaina.
Is addition to aa admirahl medioal treatiae on th
euatB, prevention and cara of a great variety ofdia
eatea.itemliracaaalarge'aoioont otrnleraiaBon ia-'
tareetiag to the mercbaat. Ibe BHchanic, tbr miner
tL faimer, tbe planVr, and profersional man; and
tb ealcaiatiora have bren made for such meridians
aad latitudes aa are moat asitabla lor acorieetaad
eamprabeiuiTe National Calendar.
Tbe na tare, Bees, and extraordinary .sanitary af
fect ol HOSTKTTER S. STOMACH BITTKRS, th
Upl toni an lsrstiee ff mttHmul IJUI tbe
Chrirtlan world,1 are fally aef forth fn Its pages
which ft re alao intaraparaed wilh valnabl raoaipes,
homerons anaodotea, and t other iatractiT sad
smnslng reading matter, original and atleetaa.
Among the Annuals to appear with .the opening of
th year, thia will beoua of Ui moat useful, and maj
be had for the asking. Send lor copies to the Cen.
tral Manufactory, at FUtaburg, Pa., or to the aeareit
agest for Hostel er's btomach Biltera. The Bitters
are told ia Try citjr, town and village of the United
. . -H
AC AUD T ThUS JLADIKf.a.piv DqpoX'
r ; f
MAf 13, Ac One box la luBcient la removing ob
traetions and restoring nature toils proper channel,
quieting the nerves and bringing ,ba:k the.Kosj,
wear of health" tothegheek .of Ui muak dalieut.
Full sndexpliaitdu'eotiona accompany each box.
. Prioe $1 per box; aix boxes, fta. So Id by on Drug
gistia ererj town. Tillage, city and hamlet through
out th world, ' .-? 1 : .?i-jvn'i
Sold in Fremant bj dt BucXland. a) diaa, Druggist.;
1 .aw, bjaending them f 1 to the Foatomce, can
bar th pill ut (conndeutUUj) by mail to any
pact of th counUj, free of poetage.
8old ia foetoria by Dubois s, Roberts snd by
Strang at ArBMtrong, Clanland, O. n29.
KltKORS OF VOt'TH.-A ttentlemaa who
HthTRdror years from Nerroas Debility, Prmtur
Decay, and all th9&etaof yoathfuliodiserstion,
will, for 'he sake of sulferingliumanity, eendfree to
all pbo need it, tbe receipt and directions for mak
ing thia simple reinedr br wbieh he a-aa cared. 8uf-
ferera wishing to pru&l by tae adrerbisar'a expert
ence, csodaao ddraiaa, ia eerleet aoanoeac
j JH.t H.OttUEM,
vlSo20jsBr - 2 Cedar sinet, N T
JACKSON': CATAUKH MNCFr AND
remedj in catarrh, headach, bad breath, hoaraa-
aeaa, asthma, brooehttie, eongha, deafr-es, he , aud
all disor 'jers malting from soldi inhmJ.lhru.t
vocal organs. This remedj does uoi dry a catar. h
but ( It; frees th head of all oBfoaire matter,
qaieklj removing bad breath and hedac!il allayi
aad aoothei the born;n; het in aaUrrh; ia ao mild
and agreeable is its eSocta that it positively cares
an(aal nttxiug. As a Tsoohs Poik, ia pirwaut
to the taste, and noTer nauaeatta; when awallowed.
inatanllj girea to the thrmt and vocal oraaae a Sell'
ctaue Mntlian mf eaaaeat ' rmjtrr. Is tlir b4t
Voica Toato in tb wrid Try 1. 1 -SaI?, reiUoIe,
and 01 lj 36 cen s. Sold by dragglaU.or stalled free.
Addreaa, COOHKK, WILSON CO, rroprietors
Philadelphia. Jobs O. Pakk, Cincinnati, Ohio, and
sirs iauax, roieco, utuo, wuoiesai Agems.
1 .. 1 : ii '-U
SUCK. UbADACBKi CtUKD-tse ' is.
Whittlesey Tega ahl Dypi-pala Care, for Dypprp-
ala, 8ioh Headache, Coustlpatiow, Urart Bum or
Water Brasb, Billons Colic and I ke omptantiof a
Disordered Stomach. It is warraotdd 'to ear Ui
went cases. "
Sold ia Fremont, Ohio, ty E. Dillon a Son, and
S. Buckland ft Son,
KESTOIIK YOIIK 81MI!-Spetaclesand
Surgical Operations renfered ueelea! Th inettim.
able WessiDg of sight is mad perpetual by tb m
of th new palent improved Irory y cops. Many
of our most minant Phjtlalass, dcaliata, Studeflta
and Divines Bar had their fight reitoied and per.
msaently cured of: I. Impaired Viaioa. Pr-u
brop a,or Far Sigh ted nam. . 3 Asthenopia, or ,Wyik
Eyss. 1 Epiphora Running r-r Watery I Tea
Sore lyra. S Waakaau ? ifae iKtMoa, or Optic.
ft a-ye. 7 Opht-is'mla, or Intttm. aa'Jun uf tha Ere
and its appendages.' PbotophoUi, or totoleraac
01 ugns. iu ayoaeaooti. , seeing jnot ing. jpean or
oating. II ObMsurity of Viaioa. ' 13 Cataracta
Partial Blindness, and tha Worat diurdere cftta
By. ISy one Ota uas to irory Eye Cups, rrtfh
But th aid of Doctors or MeJioine so aa to ryl?
bamedist bevflcial results and ne-rr wasr peUo"
Irs; or If nming n,nf, to lay them aside fore-rer.
OfcraOOO oertidcate of cases where a cur was pre.
riously guaranteed, may be seen at our office. W
guaraateacuriaeTry cue where th directions
an foll-nred, or we will refund the money. For
sal by Druggist and Oculists'. ' Ta' teceir'' our
Treatise oa the Kyj, 4 psger, ny return mall free,
eud your full addreas to Dr. J. BALL t CO., No.
91 Liberty St , New York, P O Box 867.
QFor the worst 0 K orjlj-qplat at Near JsLrht
edness, use our New Myopic Attachmen a, easily ad
justed aad applied to the tqrj gy ka. Send far
a Pamphlet. Xr1T?'Dd Aaeiils wanted good eom
wission psi'.( selling af th. Irory By ttrp h a;
pleaiaot and htiaurshl en ip toy moot dMiralloyfb J,
Ladies, Clerg- men, Teacheis, SludenU and Farmers,
and for all who denirs to mak an honest living by
au easy employment. A'l persons asking b ran to
agents muat enclose 26 cents to psy j ostage snJ cost
of printing materials contamiu iofoiantioa for j
agents.: l-l "' j. b. 40O.. .. I
et 1 1 1. if. !:!,. Jl
GREAT UNITED STATES
Oi T. Y. Kelley Co.,"
' ! ,; ii. i: i'.'.'Xj
No. 30 Vesey Street, New York,
Bar ornrl in connaativn wilh thair prrsrntaz.
trosirc Wboleaa: Establisbnint, a large ao4
Elegant Retail Department!
For taaxprens purpose of retailing their goo!s to
aosnawrtat WaoUmla friaea. The immenii prwtU
wnicn naTe oreioiora Me-ip il apoa tnm and cot
feel by the producer, trie importers, th Jobbers,
brokers, speculators, wholesale dealers and finallr
tbe retail country narahaiita. a rntr tiiartt
ine prue ot these aeaentaaj jrttleB;oaar
that many consumers hsTt tWn omiced
themaeWes. or abstain attoaether froin tha una of
leas ano donees, it a tact wll known to tbon
who are familiar with tbe condition of tbe tea mar-
set, that thae.good .- reuaently 'ri'tailsil by
mall dialer-is the country M iwlc or thrice their
original value, and are eren then so adilteraltdand
iarttrtd hy nnprincipld yeealators as to b really
nnfit for tit ues Qf nv good aud well proyided
kouieho'.d ' '.,
WadoDotae why thia should lonrer eontlnaeL
we therefor propose t retail ear tea. 'and eof
feM ia ( vaaa,i'lielso Maura, in all parts of
coantry. at importing prices with rark swall
profitaadded thereto, aa in a widely ax leaded sc
wuim. u.. , uigreq- BU,urH mJ reaSO"-.y com-
naate u ror t-or troaCle.
coQeeiat all times to be fieeh and pur and var-
guarantr our tea
rant all gooda sold from this bom to aie sotiiw
aauaiacon; oinerwis li.e joooe may be returned,
the muney will b refunae W chsllenfeanr
esUbUahment in thia eounaryd. compete with as in
qiality and prices of our auoda. We call espec
ial attoution to all houaa-aeepersand heads of fain-
to th following
OOLONU.t Black J 60, 70, 8e,W, 11,00 per lb.. Beet.
MUKO, Ureeu a Blackj SO, 70, So, !W, (1,00 per Ik
YOU.N'U HYSON, Ureenj SO, X, ao, 90, l,oa, iLlt
Nil. BKKAkt'AST,IBiaakl 70. 80. 00. $1.00. 11.10
PA N' 00, $1,00, SI , ii per pound.
W Imoart a Terr noerlor analita nf k,..i
Oulooi) and If oyuns young Hyeon Teas, put spin
original Chinese paettsirea, ntai iiieir dim pound.
sell tbe ):l.,n at S1.J0. aad Hie Yoirafc ISv.li
1 1)0 pr pouDil,
oLO KOVKHMMKNT JAVA, 40 eantl Pai
BaX4tC.UB Extra rine 3i otnta.
In order to meet th eokapUof the people-of
Fremont aad vicinity, we hare appointed Mttaana. K.
BucklaadaSon Asent for the aal ot oar Taaaand
Coffees. All Rood, are pat ap by ourselves in one
poand packages at our Warehouse in New York, and
retailed at Fremont Okio,'by sVBacklajhl Ayia, .at
same prices at which they are ta be had oreronr
counter in New York. A.11 good. pat ap by as beat
trad ir.ari of "'rhe Ureal Gnited Stat. Tea
hoo". of t. Y. Kelley k Co, .tamped on the
packatra. Kone athrra are genuine. es
pecially caution people arain.t procarinfr their
of any "crnmmmy" in '' ,York, ij.topr
eisewnere, representing themaet aH-aiof Jcen-
nected with oar honse. Weaoiicita
Fair and Thorough Trial.
goods from ail wbo ar interested in bnyina
a 6rt-e!a article of Tea and Coffee, at the lowest
i 1 Jl'lliJ "j Wi
.1-1.:. - - I I J f - ' f T ' ' - . 1 I .
m ,m Bk. m m -Sana. ,ja Bk at . eBBk. ,-SBBa. itavaB bs, ma ra at sawas) AWBk m
1 1 ;- .,...-
1 1 ,
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IS NOW OPENING A LARGE AKPJ 3 AT
1 ilidi. Ill
JUST WHAT YOU" WANT TO PRESENT TO
Sweetheart, Wife,' Parents, Children or Friend.
Just ; Oall and Examirie 1 1
IT IS A.
I It AVE .TUST WHAT YOU .WANT.
ui.'. : l'
Bibles, Prayer ' Books, Photo-
.... ' '.I'M! .. 'f ,.-. - . .. j-,-. . 7 . .,, ... .. .. ,
graph Albums, Annuals, Ju-
! senile . Hooks. : Colored
!6li ,:Toj7; ;Bpoks joivlany.;. ;;. .
- . 1 ..n: I ia.. al k. lerfrMB) . :ll I
- - tjther booliv
H -l.l il - I '
:h y i -
BcautifuJ Handkerchief Voices, Gloye Box-' :
es, Wx)rk; Boesiand ;Fancy Box'enhQless0
varietyfrom 10 ceiits to $5.00, Ladies" Gom
panion, beautiful and. cheap Lava,' China,
Alabaster and Bohemian Vases: Toilet Setts,
&c, &c. .'. ; . ; "' .
: In endless variety and very cheap.'
Sabbath Schools" and those geting up Christ
, masTrees'canribt'do better in town than at
Call" and see for yourselves and" yon will be convinced that
the half has not.:,been" told,: i ; :
I ,,, .... ;,. - - - : ! 1 " -
No. 3; Bucklaiid's old Block.
w n. A. R I C E.
.... i ...lilIi:4:Vi i;v ;.' :'
THE GREAT DRY GOODS AKD
VARIETY HOUSK FOR
! THE PEOPLE,
K K MO JSTt. O.
b agaia la tb Market with a Urg tiik of traoda
. soogat suic tne graaS dlia- -
, i ' '; ""' ' "
;Qif Stock of Gooods
will oa told at th vioca italad. 7 -.
, 1 r -TITTTf 5 - i A
rBdot cara.w mticti ifStri' may coaipUui,
It will tar araMbodr ska a?at in k. 1.1.
s POSTED III 'Mil,
It will uslat rau to a'aj that aak cansn.
95 1a 50 percent, off from
' former Prices'.
(ivighani'd & 'io 20 eeut y r yard,
er . . -
All Wool " Merinos xil 50 ' R
lohiclt cost dovblt to numufacture. '
m m t ...-av' Jl ' a n v 1 5
1U0 pktes jjiititi'Mii fiyured'DeAainii,
. Qt 20 io 25 tents: "
all iiAivbfebME coioi.
v' I ALPACAS AND POPLINS
tih lowest jrrioM.
ie . . A' .-i '
BRIGHT ALL YQ0L PLAIDS
. i in l I f .. : . . :
.- si to H 'snd m cants per jard.' .
FINE V0OLKNS For Men', Wear! !
OKKAT HUANTITX or
. AT WAY DOW rRlt'a'd.
; , SKIRTS, & WOOLEN
' t onUifu! reductioiB
ir- taWtmttM in ll kituU i tiMMi, - Hm ww
bouM bay iiUialar' wtjrlk i 4ot4 beliwct
Um beet brand ef Calicoes at one shilling per yard
full-setts 0? ladies fur
Cafes at six dollars.:
a j ' "
at 60etk,7ta,nd$l,0O. Largs Sktav.
1 " ' exFiTzx :."
GREAT WESTEM DEPOT
; FOR THE SALE OF
ill-' " "... :; "
0RQANS & MEL0DE0is.
STOOLS,"'" " COVERS,
INSTRUCTION BOOKS, '
AC, AC, 4C. ' '
WHOLESALE , RETAIL.
Ne. S. W. Career Pabllc aVsaare,
itr.fi.hetrii Imt to a.T in K '.H-k ft... A
and viciaity that kartog tma.r Jrmrm yr9 ,mr.,
Great Wa wilh ksadanartera at Cleveland, ha. In,
tlw-f ery best facilities iar iarairi.. .
abl instrument. i and wonM be pleated to hear from
. o..,... r'enia inia locality, and takes soocf
.- ... " "
. Is a favor it with aa, aad having dealt largely la
thia baaatiful instrument for many years, w take
great pleasure in recommending It to ear pat roes,
and with aa asaortawa froaa ever 2 ether eeedl
New York sad Boatoa sukers, w hav aaeqaaleo
advantage la tha Wss.
JEWETT AJND GOOUMAN
Hss slso B leading place In our San,,, Rcm rt
Cleveland aad ia tuo well know to neeil fnvthr
onmment. As It has become quite a too cmiim-,,
practtre lor partleato call inferior Inatramenle d
and aell them lorauch, we hope to he aaceraafsl m
eslabli.hing a permanent trade on a nnlfora Kaeie of
fcnrdeaJia and thereby Been re the en t're conS-leree
fthepublie. . , .
Hoping that thia tatmtnetorr ant a- nmt mnsi
trait may lead to a mutually. eWist aad pro table .
arqualntaaee with the reMl ael mac toviag pee.
pw of Frtmoat and vieiaitr, we ar rry traly
. ; YourObedieat Servant,
Cleveland, July, 1807. 7yl .
Rubier MnxMng and WealJwr Strips.
The bast cheapest ao.l only serfeet V!h.
Strtpa In tha market, rxcln.l enow, i.!n, co d
air.and dn.t: ' Friee radaeed IB areeta. The a.l
is beroadasithimc ever offered. Send for an ii t's
Fi'"1' -I H ..Tr i' ' " 'W. ' feat ,a.f 7,-H.i.