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The Rebel Atrocities.
Tli fallowing Isttor from m Union iol-dfft--
ft ronid.nt of Anguntn, in this county,
nd (rfoLlemiin wbosa vorftcitr bom who
know Lira will question give tbe most
tartling eonflrmftltoa of lb. fnglilful br
brUif pmoUced bj th rbel trvoj : Uti
Cir or the S4th Rio. N. Y. 8. V. )
Alsiakdria, Va. Wurcb 23. '62. 1
W h been treated to nw routino
of exercise for the Uct twalr , nd I
tbixt 1 baJ mors tim nr! readier
g. jgjM. , tt- Mub of J penc,
told vtm of oar march to Centreville.
was the first day's work worthy of tbe name
that I have done since I entered tho service,
nd'it eaeae verynear laying rneout. Many a
soldier among ns of 180 pounds weight,
who could boast of being able to whip his
bulk ia wilJ cats, bad to give in, and did
not ret ioto mtdd until the next dar. I
noticed that tbe heavy men were tho first
to break down, while the light, healthy,
muscular onos would go through, and were
the first to recover from tbeir fatigue,
learned another thing which will be of ser
vioe to me. There bad been a mania
amour tbe boys to get the bigb heavy, mil
itary Boots. Every one wbo did not Ibink
it bis duty to send bis money home to his
family, or lay it out prudently for whisky,
bought these boots. Before we bad march
ed tern mile two-thirds of them were crip
plod in their feet, while but few of those
wbo wore shoes complained at all in that
I was much interested, notwithstanding
the hardships attending it, with our visit
to (Jeotorville, and have since been inclined
to be sorry I did not risk disobeying orders.
lightly, by going on and taking a look . at
cull Kan; bat baving made it a point since
I have been here to obey orders fully, and
remembering tbat we were required to be
in line in Ibree hours, I declined to venture
so far. Many of our boys wont, however,
nd the report tbey gave was anything but
omplimentty to the Southern chivalry.
They fully substantiate tbe reports of others,
which yon may baveseen since in the pa
pers, of tbe evidence of rebel barbarism to
be seen upon the bodies of tbe dead Union
soldier laying upon tbat field of slaughter.
I saw enough in Centreville to convince me
of the truth of what I heard from others.
Ia on of the barracks 1 found a human
jaw-bone hung over the fire place, appar
ently to dry, preparatory to cleaning it,
In another place I saw two skulls which
had been cleaned, the lower edge partially
smoothed, and having every appearance
that the brutes bad made drinking cups of
A day of fearful retribution is in store
for thee barbnraties, yon may be assured.
I saw many of the 14th (Brooklyn) boys
a tbey came back from the field. You
know tbey were in the thickest of the fight,
and suffered severely, but they covered
themselves with glory. Tbe bodies of their
comrade were easily recognized by their
red pants, and other peculiar marks of tbeir
uniform, and bore ample evidence of having
been the especial objects of rebel hatred.
They told me they did not find the remains
of on but what was headless that many
of them had never received any kind of
burial while those that had were so slight
ly covered that tbey were found washed
out by tbe winter rains. Tbey spent an
afternoon in burying all tbey could find as
well as tbey could without proper tools,
using their bayonets and anything they could
lay hands on to dig graves, and returned to
camp filled to bursting with the direst in
dignation. Wo betide the hapless wretches who
hereafter, during this war, may be pitted
against the 14th Brooklyn I for as sure as
fate they will receive no mercy. Men rcc
ognixed on that Bull Run battle field, boon
companions and bosom friends, mutilated,
disfigured, and dismembered, in a manner
tbat bom but tbe lowest grade of humanity
would be guilty of, and in a way tbat could
not have been done in tbe conflict of arms.
They believe that the blood of their late
slaughtered and mutilated bretbern in arms
"cries to them from tbe ground, and they
will see to it tbat it is not in vain. Let us
hope that they will not be led ioto similar
The President's Emancipation Policy in
The President's Emancipation Policy in Missouri.
At a recent County Convention in St.
Louis county, Mo, which includes the city
of Su Louis, tbe following resolution was
"Resolved, That tbe United States ongbt
to co-operate with any State tbat may ad
opt tbe gradual abolition of slavery, giving
to each State pecuniary aid, to be used by
such State, in its discretion, to compensate
for the inconveniences, publio and private,
produced by such change of system."
The President's Emancipation Policy in Missouri. WALTER B. MORIS,
The Evening News aay of this ;
. The vols by which this ws adopted was
smumtmoMS. Tbe wise and just proposition
of President Lincoln on the subject of eman
cipation bat. therefore, been accepted as a
part of their creed by the Union party of
Jbt. jjouu county, we do not mean to say
that tbe Union men of this county are oil
ia favor of gradual emancipation ; bat we
do say that a large majority of them are;
aod that if a careful, just, christain and
merciful scheme for the gradual extirpation
of the roots of a decaying inalutioo that has
lost eve the apparent virtue which the
special champion of it as a productive sys
tem cJaim lor Jt, shall be devised, it will re
oeive the emphatic support of the voters of
that oouoty. We are not sure tbat it will
not receive the support of a majority of the
Jieople ol the State. ,
A Conservative Measure.
The emancipation of slavery, in the Dis
trict of Columbia, which is rendered certain
by the vote of the Senate, when carried in
to eujet will baidly create a ripple in ; tbe
Current of our political affairs. Tbat cause
of political agitation is now removed from
our National Council. The result afford
valuable hint ia tho treatment of other
questions of like character. . .
It is in th best aeoco a conservative
measure, and will afford mora security to the
Governsoent titan a standing army of 50,
000 moo sUtiooed at th Capitol. Toledo
EeMISART OF LlABHlHO AT BlAUFORT
Tlie school for Juvenile contrabands at
Beaufort it ia a decidedly flourishing state.
Uoir the capita! tuition of Mr. Boynton,
th little ones are becoming rapidly conver-
aiil WUD tli "A 11 CV A blackboard
is used bybim upon wbkh he cbalka letters,
and tbea word of one syllable, and so od.
T:,3 wgII of the school room are decorated
svi'.h tha pictures of buttles, cut from
t'"J l tmiuUtra of llarpar's aod viLur
After the Battle.
Correspondence of the Evening Post.
WINCHESTER, Va., March 26, 1862.
I wrote you abort Recount
field m it uppeiirod in tbe twilight on Mon
day. Tbe light was o dim that it was not
oaay to main out bow tbe battle was fought,
or count the dead then lying there. The
field was even then stripped of everything
in the shape of relics, and soldiers were
searching for something to carry away as
mementoes of the fight. Early in the
momma I again visited tbe field. I took
i j: . u i I l: . -e .u. . :i.
tbe ;gh nd fol)ow. , p
jr'UisTOTereu pile oi rails regiiisriv laiu vo-
H.OfMWAWArl A Mil V
i i r i i l i 'j i
goiner. Approacuing ii, i louna me aeaa
body of one of our cannoneers, the skull
knockod in by a piece of shell. Farther on
were the marks where round shot had
ploughed np the ground, and, bounding up,
shattered a tree into splinters.
Near tbe field where the rcbol battery
bad been posted there were moro terrible
evidences of the battle. Here and there,
at long intervals, lay a Federal soldier
stark nnd stiff ; just on the edge of tho woods
lay two heaps of thorn, bve or six in each,
bats over their faces concealing ghastly
wounds, while on tbe coats of many ot them
were writton label, containing tho oamo,
regiment and company of tho dead man.
Back in the woods and fields on the right,
where the flunk movement was accomplish
ed other dead Federals lay, with here and
there a robcl. But further on in tho thick
et the sight was sickening and saddening
in the extremo. Dead rebels, with most
horrible wounds, lay thickly strewn over
the ground. Most of them had fallen back
wards, and with pale ghastly faces, clotted
with blood, were a sight I shall not soon
forget, t ightmg, as they did, behind a
stone wall, their beads only were visible,
and there was scarcely one who was not
shot in tbe bead.
Many of our men were armed with the
Enfield rifle, the conical ball of wbich rondo
terrible dostruction. All thronirh this
wood tbe rebels lay to the number of fifty.
A little further on lay the artillery horses,
disembowlled by a shell, and just back of
them behind a bay-rick, (wo young men
better dressed than tbe rest, and, from their
appearance and position, officers. Here
the enemy had begun to run, and the work
of our rifles was lying thickly around. Tho
wounds here were lower down and more
terrible. Dangling from a tree hung a
naked human foot, taken completely off
above tbe ancle by a round shot, a ghastly
spectacle. Closo together lav a horso and
rebel, beast and man in death reduced to
SAD SCENES IN THE HOSPITALS.
There were some very sad sights in tho
hospital. At tho Union Hotel lay a rebel
badly wounded in the lungs, who positively
refused all medical treatment. He had en
ticed out a Union citizen somo time ago
under a flag of truce, and when he, trust
ing to the flag, bad come within range,
shot him. A terrible remorse bad now
seized upon bim. His own wound seemed
a judgment apon liim for his wickedness,
and he wanted to die. Death was a pun
ishment, aud be was eager to suffer that bis
death might expiate his crime, which now
rose up before bim in its true dimensions.
One young, fair, blue-eyed fellow, a rebel,
was very desirous to take tho oath of al
legiance. Me thought it he only took that
be should get well. But bis wound was
mortal, ibe United btates will no longer
claim fealty of bim.
As one of our othcers was passing thro
the large room of the hotel, thickly crowd
ed with wounded, one of tbcm called out
to bim. Stooping down he recognized in
the face blackened by powder and dirt the
well known features of a college classmate,
George Washington. He had entered
Harvard in tbe class of 60, was beloved
and respected by all bis class. For somo
limo be resisted bis fathers request to
come borne, but at last yieled to parental
authority; and when onco in Virginia it
was but a short step to join the the army
He with bis brother entered Jackson's army
as privates, was shot in the lungs on bun-
day, and brought into our hospitals in a
feeble condition. Ibe wound is probably
mortal, but what surgeons nnd tbe euro of
many friends who are with him can do, be
will bave done. A sad meeting this for
college classmates who bad parted only six
months before at a convivial supper given
McCook Shelling Columbia.
Od tba arrival of Qvm. McCook's division
at Columbia, Tonn., soma forty milos south
of Nashville, his men went to work to re
pair the bridge over Duck river destroyed
by tbe retreating rebels. A letter to the
Times says :
The 6rst day tbey commenced work on
tbe bridge, parlies of tbe citizens came down
tolba river, on tba opposite side, and bid
ing themselves, would fire npon his men at
work. lien. McVJook sent word to them
that if bis men was again fired upon that
be would immediately commence sbelling
the town. But these doluded people, hav
ing beeo so leniently dealt with oflnte, paid
oo attention to tbe threat, doubtless think
ing that it would not be executed.
On the next morning, shortly after the
men commenced work, tbey were again
fired upon. Oen. McCook, being advied
of the fact, immediately recalled all the
workmen from tbe bridge, and ordered tbe
artillery into position, when be commenced
to shell tbe town, wbich was continued for
two or three hours without intermission,
battering down their dwellings and creating
quite din and clatter about tbeir ears.
Concluding that they were then learned
lesson, he ordered tbe firing to cease, and
sent the workmen to tbe bridge, since which
time they bave not been molested in tbeir
labors. Nothing like bringing the war
(Jreeks, to teach them civility and good
manners. There baa beon entirely too
much of milk-and-water policy extended
to tbeae deluded fanatics to effect any ben
eficial result. H .--
RcaiDBica or th Rutx Masok.
correspondent of tbe Philadelphia Enjuir-
er, at Winchester, Va. writes :
Among other private residences is tbat
ido retxii emiBsary, James M. Mason. It
located upon an eminence upon the Rora
noy road, it abort distance from town, and
ia a white three storv dwelling, surrounding
by well cultivated plot of ground. Mr.
Mason's family evacuated the premises, bag
and baggage, only to or three days before
our army entered tbe town, and it is now
tbe headquarters of one of our regiments,
and from the second story window a large
American ag M lurown io mo Breeze.
Wendell FhtUipa. in hi lecture in Chicago
Friday evening, auid that freaiijuut Liucolu de
clared Iitot week tint whan a nkei's lint knushtd
th km tA gmrmtnt of ths (attrxmtnt he wo
A Black Scout.
A correspondent of the New York Times,
writing from the camp of General Hooker's
division, makes honorable mention of James
La wson, a colored scout. One of bis suc
cessful operations is thus doscribod :
On Thursday, a week sgo, it becamo
necessary to obtain correct information of
the enemy's movements. Since thon, bat
teries at Shipping and Cockpit Points have
been evacuated, and their troops moved to
Fredericksburg. Jim was tho man picked
out for the occasion, by Sickles and Ma
gs w. I he uenerai came down to uoionoi
Urahain quarters about nine o clock in the
evoning, and sent tor Jim. iiicro wore
present the tienoral, Uolonel urauam, and
myself. Jim came into the Colonol's quar
ters. "Jim," said the Goneral, "I want you to
go over to Virginia to-night, and find out
what forces they have at Aquia Urcck and
Fredericksburg. If you want any men to
accompany J ou, pick them out."
I know two men that would liko to go.
"Well, get them, and bo back as soon as
Away wont Jim over to tho contraband
camp, and returning almost immediately,
brought into our presence two very intelli
gent looking darkies.
"Are you all ready 1" inquired the Gon
eral. "All ready, sir," tho trio respondod.
"Well, bore, Jim, you take my pistol,"
said General Sickles, unbuckling it from
his bolt, nnd if you are successful I will give
Jim said ho would be, and bidding us
good bye, started off for the gun-boat Satel
lite, Captain Foster, who landed them a
short dislnnee below tho Potomac Crock
batteries. They were to return early in
tho morning, but were unablo, from the
great distance they went in the interior.
Long before daylight, on Saturday morn
ing, tho gunboat was lying off the appoint
As the day dawned, Captain Foster dis
covered a mounted picket guard near the
beach, and almost at tho same instant saw
Jim to tho left of thorn, iu the woods,
sighting his gun at the rebel caralry. He
ordered the "gig" to be manned, and rowed
to the shore. Ibe rebels moved along
slowly, thinking to intercept the boat, when
roster gave them a shell, which scattered
them. Jim, with only one of his original
companions, and two fresh contrabands,
came on board. Jim had lost the other.
General Hooker has transmitted to the
War Department an account of Jim's roo
onnoisanco to Fredericksburgh, nnd unites
with the army and navy stationed on the
left wing of the Potomac, in tho hope that
lue uovcrnment win present Jim with a
fitting recompeuse for his gallant services.
Terrible Fight Between Three Rebel
An officer of our army, just returned from
Manassas, called last evoning, and gave us
an interesting account of bis visit to Man
assas, and tho battle field of Bull Run. A
farmer residing near Contreville, told him
tbat in January last a number of regiments
were quartered near bis house; one from
Kentucky, at the experntion of their timo
of enlistment, unanimously rosolved to re
turn homo, and accordingly stacked their
arms and were preparing for a start, when
tbeir further progress was arrested by tbe
appearance of an Alabama aod a Tonnes-
sea Kegiment, who were ordered to reduce
tbe Kcntuckians to submission, aod com
pel them to remain. Tbe Kentuckians
seized their arms, and a desperate fight en
sued, in which many were slain on both
sides, and their bodies were buried where
tbey fell, tho graves being yet visible.
from tnis spot tbe mutineers retreated a
short distance, threw down their arms, and
each drawing their Bowie knife, mado a
desperate charge upon tho two regiments;
the fight was terrific, in which more than a
hundred were killed, and they too, wore
buried on tbe Held of slaughter. -
At last the brave Kcntuckians wcro sub
dued. Tho battlefield was shown to our in
formant by the farmer, who witnessed tho
fearful contest. In traversing tho hold he
discovered a large Bowie knife, which,
doubtless, bad been used in this fearful fray,
Gen. Schenck and Secesh.
After Gen. Scbcnck's arrival at Cumber
land, Maryland, one of his first decisions
was rather characteristic, and is thus re
lated : A Seccsh Colonel bad sold bis ne
gro to tbe Confederate Government, taking
pay, ot course, in script, the negro, era-
ployed in fortifications, managed to escape
to Cumberland, whero bo spread himself
considerably. A constable, knowing tbe
circumstances, and wishing to turn a penny
bad tbe negro thrown into prison as an es
caped slave. General Schenck, hearing
tho facta, sent for the parties. "By what
right, be asked of tbe constable, "do you
hold this man in prison t"
"As a fugitive from service. "Don t you
know that ha escaped from service of the
rebels f" "Yes; but we bave a law in
Maryland tbat covers the case, General."
"And I bave a law npon whicb it can be
decided. Colonel Porter, set that necro
at large, and pnt this constable in bis place."
Ibe astonished snapper-up of tritles was
marched off to the cell lately occupied by
his proposed victim. After being detained
there pncisely the same number of days be
had imprisoned the poor darkey, he was set
at large, fully impressed with tbe belief
tbat your grim-visaged General was not
be trifled with.
A Stromo Puff. A Lancaster, Ponn.,
critic, in describing the singing of a lady,
When she sings one of those exquiste
ballads, tbe entire atmosphere changes, tbe
ceilings, walls and airrain richest melodies,
harmony springs from the floor and benches,
and the audience is held spell-bound in bar
monioua enchantment while music with ita
voluptuous swell falls from the artist's lips,
naturally, and seemingly with as little effort
as limpid waters bubble from the bosom
tbe eartu." ,
Fori Ontario. The labor of repairing
Fort Ontario has been in progress for some
time past. Already tbe heavy timbers on
which the barbette guns are to be mounted
are framed, and will be put in their places
as soon as tbe frost gets out of the ground
When the contemplated improvements are
completed, Fort Ontario will evidently
somewhat "bard to take. Utwego Jour.
Tbe London Timea, in noticing the narlia
mutarv debate on tbe American blockade,
lorcvd to admit tuat notMMlv can Uony ine co-
loaaal scale, the multifarious plana, and Iha
hanaliva energy of the oiieratinna of the Keder
al Government. The real grievance ia lb.it
blockario ia dona too tlivrouKhly.and Mr. Oreg
ory wioUc-a Knland to abate tli nuiaance by
declaring that it is not done at all.
CURTIS & RIPLEY
H Aft 0 WAftE
A N D
FT1HE nlrrilra wnnlil repctfiiiljr annoonc io the
I citltonii of Frrmont nmti San'lURlijr County, llmt tliJ
still continut to do buMnru at t! Old HUnd, corner
Croghan and Front Streets, Tyler Block.
O TO VE 8. Albany Cook and Parlor!
O StnrM ill klndi nd priori. Tin Wir, 81ot
Iron, Copper, &c, tc
IRON and STEEL. A very large as
lortmont. Blclcralthi will And It to tliclr idnn
liigi to call and m.
NAILS. The celebrated Wheeling
Xiili. The bent made In tho United Stitoa.
PAINTS, OILS, PUTTY,
PAINT BRUSHES, WINDOW GLASS,
Together with a large auortment of
Harness Trimming.-, Carpenter, Cooper,
Hhoemnkor'a Tool, Anvils, Vine, Bellow, Sledge,
Hammera, Homenhoe Nail, Harrow Teeth,
Lantern. Carrlatre Bolt. Horn Slioea, Scoop 8hnrelit,
11 ingest, Screw. Collin Trimming, CroM Cut and Cir
cular Saw, 1'unip Chain and Tubing, Sad Iron,
Urocera' Scale, Saddle Trees,
AXLES, THIMBLE SKEIN BOXES,
Shot, Bar and Shet Load, Screw riatc-i.
Cable Chain, Traoe Chain, Wood Saw, Steel ard,
Pockot Knlvc, Shot-elf", HinuIp, Hoea,
Bird Cagr, Bfdntfad Fastening, Scythe,
Halter Chain, Trowels, double and single,
Ave, Mattocks, flrob Hoe, florse Brushe,
Grind Stone. Grindstone Hangings Curry Comb,
Gun BsrrHn, Whtp, Huh. Spokea and Felloes,
Rope and Twine, Tackle Blocks,
Enameled and Patent Leather, H"g Skin, Farm Bella,
File, Cistern rumps, wooden ware,
and an Innumerable variety ot articles too numerous to
mention, an ot wuicq we ouer at
Than erer sold here previous to our arrtral.
f3TThoe who wish to pu rehire Hardware and Stores
will nnd tt to their advantnge to gira as a call, and we
shall be happy to show them our Goods, and w think our
prices will be satlafactorr to those who call and see us.
CURTIS &. RIPLEY.
Great Bargains !
A. BAKNARD having purchased tho
new and well selected stock of
Boots and Shoes !
Hat and Cap X ,
f 8. P. Msng Ca., Tyler Block, ta now prepaid U gin
tha paople suck aavacjlliathawsof
CHEAP QOODSI .
as will atterly aatonlsh yotu Iiavipg Urge stock,
nave detarmined to sell at
Very Low Jhriceg,
so as to reduce then preparatory to onr new Stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS I
-s. 11 y win
BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS and CAPS,
don't tail to eona and sea , and w will esrtalol rait
Good Goods and Low Figures will do it 1
Ws manufacture to order all kinds of work, and
Warrant them all right. .
IT Don't fcriet tho mUemt. TTLKR BLOCK, oppo
poslUtha Banks, Old 8Ua4.f 8. P. Ilaaf k Co, whera
yoa vlll always Sod nj raadyandwilUiif to show yo
goods and prlcta.
F. A. BARNARD. '
ramont, 0., July lii loM,28yl.
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Tbe Hoard of School Fismlnrrl
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Hoetae us Freasoal. on Saturday, August 81st, atl o'clock
p. m., aad thereafter every Saturlay till further notice.
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J. k I. Codiiinirton, 715 Itroadiray, D. 3. Darnca '102
Broadway, and If all Druggiata.
jyR. WM. B. HTJRD'S
FOR THE CTRE OF
prodnef d by exposed norves.
It is particular! j Adapted to alt eases of children afflict
Parents can re He re thcmselrei from that distresjlng
Trearinent caused bj
LOSS OF SLEEP,
and their children from great aulTerlng, by keeping a bot
Dr. Wm. B. nurd's Toothache Drops,
Prepared at Dr. Hurd'a Dental Office, No. 77 Fourth
Street, llrooklj n, E. D.
Price only 13 cents per Bottle.
A liberal discount made to dealera.
Address Principal Office. Tribune Build-
ing$, No. 1, Spruce Street, Tfete York.
Sold alao br Caswell. Mack k Co., Fifth Avenue Hotel:
J. k I. Coddlniiton, 71S Broadway; D. B. llarne, 202
Broadway, ana by au urugguia.
R. WM. B. HURD'S
FOR TF.. CURE OF
1ST KTJ II A. I, a I A.
or TOOTHACHE, produced by oolds. " ' '
Is Immediataly eared by their application.
They act like a oharno. and are perfectly harmless In their
nature; do nol prouuee a oiisier. ana leare no unui
Dr. Wm. B. JIurdt Neuralgia Plaster
nerer fail to give satisfaction to all who test their virtue.
Prepared at Dr. liurd'a Dental Office. No. 77 Fourth
street, urooaiyn, . i. .
Price only 15 cents.
A liberal discount to dealers. . - . v
Address Principal Office, Tribune Build
ing; No. 1, Spruce Street, New York. .
Hold also by Caswell, Hack k Co., Fifth Avenue Hotel;
J. at 1. Coddlnttton, 716 Broadway; D. 8. Barnes, 202
Broadway, aud by all Druggists. Ju J, 1802. ly
J. W. STEVENSON,
DEALS IN AND MANUFACTURES ALL STYLES
Parlor, Dining Room and Kitchen
wood or marble top
BOOK CASKS, fX
mans, Foot and
Musio Stools, ia
hogony or Black'
and KOCKERs ef
styles and patterns.
All kinds of Cane and Wood seat Chalre with Rocke'
He alaa keeue a stock of Eastern Furniture, which ba la
tends to Increase aa the demand requires.
, Ia eouBMtetion he baa ,
where are kept all aiaeaand atvleaof Coffloa from ap Un
did to plalo. He keepa a good Ueuae for tbo eonvey
mucm oi vue veaa.
It will he the etas ef the eiwHttoe tf thla KaUhlleh-
ment tonia4uta4iiitiewell-kiiowurepvUtbe) of h work.
Jgr . wetiKi exaau ai nauuiug o igitauawer
ratuoDt, Jan, M, !&.
TOWN LOTS FOR SALE!
Tli R subscriber has a another ef Lots west of the Kali
Road Depot, Ik Fremont, between Croghan and Napo
leon Streets, which he will sell on liberal terms as
price and parmeat. . R. t. BDC1LAND.
fremout, March l,IM1.
(JAltiKALDI Iff KAPLKSl
ITALY FREE 1
rpUE REVOLUTION commenced and
J- enrrted no In Itatv, by (is ribald), has exrlted ft tWp
(nteefst; bat it Is bftns; entirely eelipsvH and thrown In
the atiail In this vicinity by a matter that cornea nearer
bom, ud appeals directly to the
- HEARTS AND POCKETS '
of every man vromAn tnd child, and which all can nnder
stand and spprfrtate. The enthusiasm of the prop la Is
Intense. All classes and conditions speak of It. By the
fireside, at the pavty, In work-shops, on the street, the
only tople of conversation la concerning the
IMMENSE STOCK OF
FANCY AND STAPLE GOODS
Juit receired and opened at the Old Stand of
The snanlmnul eeralet of all wha view It la, that It U th
Largest, Finest, Best-Selected,
AND CHEAPEST STOCK
ear brought to thtt county, anil which h it aelllng 20
per cent, lower than any other Katahllnhmcnt, either Old
or New, can, will, or tore oll. A larga and full aaaort
meutor Heavy Black Silk's, "
Figured and India Silks,
; Figured Marinocs,
. Plain Merinoex,
Figured Wool Delaines,
Plain Wool Dolainos,
Traveling Goods, Cashmeres, Plaids, Ve
lours, Pol. do (Jhevros, Alpnccas, etc., etc,
A large and tplendid itock afShawli of all deicrlptiona
Singlo and Double Brocha Shawls,
Bay State Shawla, etc., etc., together with an cndlew Ta
Ladies' Scarfs, Embroidery, Hosiery,
and a thonaand other thing! which, If we were to enumer
ate, would require a rolumeaa large as the Fire Books of
noses, uur stoea 01
And Gent's Furnlehlna Hoods la snperb and unequaled,
and we can guarantee a cheaper and better ault, from the
crown of the head to the soles of the feet, for leee monef,
than can be procured at any other Establishment west of
new l orK. uur cimmng is au mane np oy our own
ajorkmon, and Is warranted to givo satisfaction to the
HATS AND CAPS '
Of all kinds, and the very latest stjlet. nice and fine.
Boot unci Sliocs,
By the enrd. A sufficient qtiantlty on hand to s apply
the entire population of the county for six months.
In each and every department ourStock Is full and com
plete, ana (or
BcAuty, Utility, nnd Cheapness,
cannot he surpassed here er elsewhere. We therefore
throw down tM panntlet to competition, and challenge
the State to a Compmruvn of Frtctt mmd (uaiujf a Uoodi,
To tbo Farmers anl their Wives
We would My: brlnjr on your Prodnce of all kinds; yoar
Ft titter and Kiran. Keeawax. Corn, Wheat, Oats, Rye and
I'ork. We are not so nice and fnstldious. or afraid of
aniline our hande. that we will take nothing but the
CI. KAN CASH for onr Goods. Urine on all yoor "traps
andcalamities," and we will aiveyou more Goods at Lower
1'ricea tnan you ever ureamvu oi getting any wuere.
Cash always ready to buy your
Wheat, Corn, Seed, Pork, Sic,
Remember the Old Stand. No 1, ITfoorC1 Block.
Fremont, Nov. 20th, 1800.
THE TEAR OP PLENTY.
The Good Time Coming!
VfEVER BE FORK in the history of our
more bountifully awarded than the present. The "Black
Swamp" la behind no aection in repAid to cropn, and will
noon be known aa the (rarlen of Ohio. Fmnont la lin.
proving as faet ae any town in the Bta te, and erery farm
In SanUunky county la yearly Increaning in ralue.
In view of all theae ci ream stances, I have determined
X eonntrr. hai the labor or the i.uoanninan been
Fall and Winter Sales
IT orrsKixo ths nom a
STOCK OF GOODS
never before equaled la thia market for
nnd Cheapness !
I want It understood that as I stick te the
Ready Pay System,
I cannot bo Undersold!
I am now reoeivlng a most
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
Fall and Winter Dress Goods
: and ParametUs,
to which I call special attention, and will aril at
Astonishingly Low Figures !
Ladles, come and see for yourselves. 1 hava got tha
BIGGEST PILE IN TOWN I
and American Print,
Ui very asteat styles, aad at all prices from sixpence
one shilling per yard.
A mont beautlfwl aaaortraent, at from $0 to f 30 a aet,
Bay State, -
nd Scotch Shawls,
that eannot fall to suit yon, at from one to twenty dollars
DOMESTIC GOODS I
A ship cargo Just received.
Brown and bleached Muslins;
' Ticking of all kinds.'
PREPARE FOR WINTER I
I hare J ami receive, four ear load of
Drawers, aad In fact all kinds of Woolen Oeoda. I hava
HATS AND CAPS
enough to cover half the heads la the eauntry.
One hundred Cases Boots and Shoes,
of every also and quality to suit purchasers.
Now la tha time to get yoar mpnllsa tor the Winter,
Coffoe, Sugar and Tea;
Syrup and Molasses,
Pepper, Alspice, Saleratus,
and everything else in that Una.
CROCKERY AND HARDWARE
oferery deeeripttou, and KnWea and Forko ?erjr oheap.
J ahall continue to be on hand i
With the Oath,
for all klnda of Gralo and Produe. '
Remember the Place,
No. 1, Moore's Block,
WM. A. RICE.
free.oat.Bv.pt SI, 1o0.
iOK PURIFYING THE BLOOD.
J. 0. Ana Co.
Okiniu. Intl.. r,;i, j 1Vi,
41ftil. f I It s..- . . '
Wwlnlae y.-nr r.;rr.rt.ir1ll ',..,lf,
llntiiitf fnl.e-lhil n Stifiitii hirtt tl h. I Bn j
n-tlM it In titrlf'tis wnya fi.r venni. f- rtN-Ui.. It ,r,(
out hi Virmrn oil Hiy ImtttU ninl mrmn: m-ni-tfn., t
tin ii--4 hivmi j and ilixhf-Mil mu at lti ttuir u,
jtmrn ai. il ttiiik tit mi my lim.l ami nm mi m? dt .ifi
end t-nrti with nue m. whlrh wan fmltifftl nml lnili-4i.it,
Wyund ilrH rl.lluti. I litiil Miany Hn-.1k m.- nn.
ltliyirtii, Imt wllhout much nikff Utn any llilnp. In
ner, the ilW.nltr nrr wtn-w. At d-tifftli I wtti n j.-lei-.
to renw In tlm (!.,. I Mtng ,M" 'an-
an nltemUv fHi,if4uKiiilln). f r I knew fnmi yimr n pitta
Umi iliHt nny thlntf yni mnw. huh! km pauO. I m m
tlntiMiiiillunilp(.t it, niH) IMKhI It till Itcuu-d me. I I-.
It, ai ymi n 0, n Miitnll ( (,f a IfriprnKintnt uvn-
Uit.iith, an.l iiwtl .ilil(.Mt llnet, luu Nt.w tM h,n,i,y
... "I".'!' Tnn Ul R'rm "",l''r hearib, whUh nlf.-r
while R'll IT. My nkiu la iM.tr r,w, airt I ktww . my
fat-line Ihitt th- li tw mh it-. i, ft rntm my STt.-Hi. V"
can well hrlett tlmt 1 fwl wluit I mm ln wlfn U'.i
yon, that I I ml. I jmi to U vm ut tlra ap. .,. Uie aw
ami loniiiiu over giiUfttH. Yottre.
St. Antliouy Fir. Hole er TCrvalnvn
Teltrr Nit Kaili Whrnm, Mtnid tiNIf
lilngvri. ftoro ailyca, Or ope)-
Dr. IIotK-rt M. INeUe rltee ft-om SuK-m, N. T-, l2tt
P'-pt., Hwrli, Iknt tie Itna cnrei an Invftvrat mm of
lh'0ptf, which tlireetiftifnl to Irrmhinhv fntally y the
p'nTerli iieo nf uur htrin)Mtilli, atnl .! a dHiii(ntie
JUalirmaut Ki tfUftelnt ly hire tlne.uf tho earn; eaya
ho enree the cummon Erupt innt ly it conitlantly.
Dronrlioce1et Goitre or Swelled Neck
Zehnlirn Plimn ft PiTert, Tntfte, wrltrw MThrri 1h
tteof your 8r.mnM.rllla eiired me fi-om a f.W.'ne a hid.
euits axrwltln on the neck, nhhli I had lUtTertd ftom
over two years.'
Leucorrltfea or VIUoo,Owrlnn Tnmor.
Uterine) Ulcrilonf Veinalo lUeera.
T)r. J. n. H ChannttiK, nf New York Ctiy, writea " I
moft eheerfttlly romt-ly with the rwiitoiitof yimr airvnt It
aavinit I have found ynnr SarMiimrilla a tittmt exrrllent
alterntire In lit Munwmiti eomlalnta ftr whfrii wo
employ aitch a remtnly, but eiirHM-.ally in H-imih I h
of the Pcrofnlou dlnihcflla. 1 hare rnmil many liitir
ate ranee of Ijeticorrhosa hy It, ami eome wln'r tha rvni
plaint wa rfluwil hy nlrrtttin of the Htwt. 'I'lu lilmr
atlon Itself wim mnn cnreil. rtofhfiijr wllhln my knowl
edge efttftln It for thtie female nVrnnR'nwntt.H
Kdward S. Slnrrow, of Neirhnry, AlaM williMt, A dan
cerntii ovarian tumor on one of lh ffumtc In my fnntUr.
which had defied all the remedlea wa conM iuilny. hrve
ot length been eompletaly cured by your Kxtmrt of Kor
MfMirilla. Our phyiirlan tltoiiKht nothlna Imt vxiir
tion eouhl atTord relief, bnt he adrlwed the trial of yonr
Bareafaarllla ae tlte last rwrt lfre ruttlnir. and It
ItroTed effectual. After taking your renwly eltht weeke
bo fymptoin of the dleeaae remaiua.
Syplitlia and Mcrcnrfaii l)feeaee.
NKTf ORLCAKS, ST'tll Al'p'tiat, 1S5,
IR. J. C. Atbri Plr, I cheerfully comply with the re-
Jneat of your ngent, and report to ym eome of the eflet te
have reelived wllb your Pufaparllla.
I have cured with It. In inv nraeitcou twnet of tho rom-
plnlnte fr which H la rernmnettilt, and have (mnd Ita
effvete truly wondtrful In the enre of rmtrml ttttd Mer
curial Dimate. One of my patienfe bad yphllitle nlrera
Iu hie throat, which were eunaunltig bla iwlnte imd tlto
top of hte month. Your Haraaparilln, ateadlly taken,
cured kiia la five weeka. .Another waa attaeketl hy eec
ondary eymptoma In hts noee, and ttto tileeratiou had
eaten away a eonsraerai'io trt er it, to inai l ueviove tne
disorder woaM eoon reach his bmln nnd kill him. lint it
yielded to my ftdratiiletraiioa of your ftmopurilla; tho
ulcere healed, and he Is well agnlu, mt of eour' without
eome diMflRuratlon to hie face. A woman who had been
treated for the same disorder hr nei-enry waa aulTrin(
from this polaoo In her bowea They tMiifUeootisa aw mi
Itive to tbe weather Hint on a dump day sire unYrcri ex
cruciating pain In her joints and bones. Mi, too, waa
cured entirely by your bm-anparllla In a lew weeks. 1
know frmn its formula, which your agent gavo me, flat
remedy i consequently, theae truly remarkable revulta
tine freiraraiiun rrom yonr lauorafory mmts ne a irreai
with it have not snrpi ised me.
jraiernuiy yours, u. v. j.i,iMEi(. 31. 1.
RHeuiiiatlamf Clowt, Llrer Cotupltalut.
IrfPEPEirOEiwca, Preston Ov, Va Ctli Jule, JH&o.
Dr. J. C. Ana: Sir. I have bwn attllctHd with a pain
ful chronic HftetmaU$m lor long time, which twilled the
skill of phyiii-ians, and stnek to me In spite of all the
remedies I could find, until I tried your tari4ii llla, Ooo
bottle cured me In two weeks, and restored my genaral
bvatth so much tbat 1 am liir 1 ml tor Hum before I waa
attacked. 1 think Ita wonderful tuedh-lne. J.FltKAM.
Jules Y. Getchelt, of Pt. Lords, wrlteat MI have lieea
afflicted for years with nn ncfiVm of the Liver, which
destroyed my health. I tried every thing, and every thing
in lieu to relieve me; ana i nave twee a broken-down man
lor some years from no other rnnae than ctrranoewinfl of
Vie I.ivtr. My beloved pa tor, the Iter. Mr. Kspy, advlaed
Xue to try your ISnranparilla, Iwrauso he said ho knew you,
and any thing you nimle waa worth trying. Hy the Mcae-
in g oi uoa it lias cured me, anu nas eo pm tnea my biooa
best that can be suld of yon Is not half good enough."
lomaKea new man or nie. j leei youmr again, me
Sclttrrnfs.fstncor Tnmers, Knlnreretneittp
t'lccraiion, taries aim umoiiiuiou ok
A Brent vark-ty of caws Itare teen renorteil to nn whera
cures of these loriuhlable co.plniHta have r4Mutted from
the use of this remedy, but our pace litre will nut admit
them. Soma nf them mny I fimnd In our American
Almanac which tha a if et ita below Ruined are ideased to
furnish gratis to atl who call for I hem.
Dyopepsln. Ifeitrt Tlee, flta, Kptlcp
y, Melancholy, Neural ; lav
Many remmkahle curve of ihaeo alTtctioiis have loeq
innde hy the alterative power of this medicine. It stimu
li, lea the vital rmiciloim Into vfgorons action and thuo
overcome disorders which would be suppoacd beyond ita
reach. Such a remedy ban long lcn nfinlre.1 by tlte ne
cessitlas of the enp, and we are confident tltat thia will
do for them all that medicine can do.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
POIl TIIF. UAIMI) Cl'ltt! OF
Confr,1tv f'oltla, lnflssncsiv llotararitrat
Croup, IlroH Ii lila, Ittt lplciti Con-'
gumption iihI for the Itellcf
of ('onanmpllve Pittleuta
lis tail vn nrr HI fjtpgeo .
of tiio DlNrsir.
This Is a remedy so mtlvrm.Hr known to surpntm any
other ftr tho cure of t lir.su t and lung ctiiiipUints. that it
Is useless heie to publish tlte evidence of its vlritH P. I ia
unrivalled excel li-nco fr rouiihs and told, nnd Ita tutly
wonderful cures of iiulntoimry dlwana, have mad it
knowu throughout th civiliiwl untlnns of tha etuth.
Few are tho comiu unities, or even tiiiiithr, auioiti thrm
who have Hot some peiboual ttxpuit nve of ilsellerU
some living trophy in I heir utidt of lin tirtoiy over the
subtle aud dangerous dlMHtkm of the thnml aud litups.
As all know the dnndfnl lutality of these Uintrdrr-, nnd
aa they know, ton, the effects of ibfa n-medy, we n e.l not
do more than toatwure them that II haa ihw all the vir
tues that it did have when making the rim whiih have
won to strongly upon the conndenru of inankiuH.
Prepared by Dr. X 0. AYER & CO., Lowell, Hasg.
tT7"BoM hr Druggists and Medicine dealera every where.
nor. l, looi. iy
Fremont, Lima & Union Railroad.
i : . 'lime i able,
OS and alter Moml.y, Not. 4, 18SI, trains will ma
4allv, (dunaaj'a excepted, aa (ollowei
Leave Fremont,at 11,20 o'clock, A. X.
Winters 11,60 "
t Kansaa 12,01! - P. II.
Jarkson . l'i.38 " "
" foatoria, ..... ..12,60 . " .
Area.Ha, 1,1 ' '"
Arrive at i uidl.jr.. 1,M " "
Leave Flndlajr, at 2,30 P. M.
Arcaoia, , ,0 -
roetorla,....'. 8,W) ee . . ...
' Jackson 3,46 "
Kansas, 4,16 - -
- Winters 4,2 " "
Trains oa thla Road leave Fremont after tli. arrival of
the Morning trains from Cleveland and Toledo; and arrive
in the evening in time to go either Eaat or West. .
L. Q. RAWSOtt Pres't.
i Frement, June 1. 1(01.
WARE - ROOMS!
TAKES pleaaar. im anaeaneiag to the citlseoe of Fre
mont and sarroandina; eountry, tnat he haa completed
his new Shop and Furniture Ware-lloosns, on the corner ot
Front and Garrison Streets,
Dlrecttv eppo.lt. T. Clapp's Grocery and Confectionery,
Where he is prepared to luruiah all In want of Farolture,
ofanr kind, with as good an article, and aa cheap aa an
other establishment In Bandiukj count. Among his
present stock ma be found.
BUREAUS, - ; : ... . : .;
' TABLES, ' - ; ' ' 1 -STANDS,
- 1 BEDSTEADS,
PARLOR FURNITURE, aad In fact ever article of
Fornitur. requisite to houae-keepbif .
He warrants all furniture aa represented, and t. be aaad.
of the ver best and thorough!
reT"0lva him aoalland he warranta saUfatlon. AU
descriptions of furniture nuuiufaotured to ereer, at th.
Fremont. March It, 186. trl
HE subscriber haa and wilt -
etantlr keepth. best aasor'aoea'. ef
HNITL'KK, to be found in Rvad' kf
County, which ba will sell eh. and
WARRANT to be of
He also ha. and will aontinuato keep oa hand a number o4
Of dlSerant aizea; yarylng Jn price aod quality tesuil the
tastee of rich or poor." He also has a splendid UAk4S
tbat will aocompauv bis Ooffius at funerals.
ilia ghup and Ware Kooiae are situated la Ball. ills
nearly opposite the Hal I rill Kaetory.
BalWtlle, May 11, H6.-lyl JOHN O. SIMON.
Rrrornln ana S. ref,i, isvita, ., ,,
tie 'I'nmora, Vlaara, Hart. VVL...". '
Ulnlua, aud .11 kl ui.t....'