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WORD IN SEASON! It is important to all that WSu I IIS HAVE THEIR WITH CHOICE DRUG STORE mIHHU&, EHBIiDICJIIRISS. AND EVERYTHING IN An Extra Fine! And most Comprehensive Stock of mum Panoy Artiole toys, $c, ?c, &c. If Solomon were here we think he would no longer say, there was nothing New under the sun. - COME AND SEE! ' We cordially invite everybody to come and see the finest and best selected stock of EVER BROUGHT PORTFOLIOS, 50 cent to $18. MEMORANDA BOOKS, 10 cents to U. PER PETUAL DIARIES, a very fine assortment CIGAR CASES, various Drices. PORTMONIES and POCKET BOOKS splen did styles. LADLES' WORK BOXES, $1 LADIES' TRAVELING COMPANIONS. WOOD WRITING DESKS. CARD CASES. FILLED FROM CELLER TO GARRET THEIR LINE OF TRADE. Extra Large! mm TO FREMONT. CIGAR HOLDERS from $1 to $12. to $12. LADIES' TRAVELING BAGS. LADIES' BASKETS. LADLES' ROSE GOODS. Photograph It is admitted these are superior in quality wan any in tnis market LAMPS AND Entirely new and very beautiful styles. Toys and Notions! DRUMS, WAGONS, WHEEL BARROWS, - CARTS, SLEIGHS, STEAMBOATS, LOCOMOTIVES, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, LOOKING GLASSES, MECHANICAL BOXES, CRADLES, . DOLLS, Large and Small, LIONS, ELEPHANTS, TI GERS, HORSES, MONKEYS, DANCING FIG URES, fcc, FANCY BOXES, MASKS, TTOLET DISHES, DISHES IN SETS, CHINA CUPS, '. CHINA DOLLS, CUPBOARDS, BUREAUS, COMBS, SHAWL PINS and BEADS, in great variety. And about a hundred thousand things more or less, that we would like to tell our friends about if we had time and space. Our motto, as heretofore, is to sell the Always to be the last to advance and the first to reduce the price. With thanks for a most liberal patronage, we remain, Very Respectfully, Your Friends, E. DILLON & SON. P. 8. The Ladies will be pleased to learn that we have taken special care in the selection of Holiday Goods, appropriate for' presents for Gentlemen, choice and beau tiful. A LARGE SUPPLY OF Frimom, Nov. 24, 1865. Albums, and beauty, and LOWER IK PRICE LANTERNS best goods for the least money. Just received by DR. E. DILLON fc SON. FREMONT JOURNAL. FREMONT JOURNAL. Local and Miscellaneous Matters. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. . P List of Letters. Anderson A Tallman, Groceries. Agents Wanted. Legal Notice. ' Pennsylvania Central R. B. Executors' Sale of Ileal Estate. lie moral. Grape Vines. Strayed. Christmas. . .Bank Notice. Holiday Goods, S. Buckland & Sons. Cukistmas is Coming. Christmss, the anni versary of the birth of the Saviour, will be cele brated on next Monday. As usual, it will be an occasion of mirth, and hearty congratulation. But the events that have transpired within the past year, will render the coming Christmas a day of unusual rejoicing and merry-making. - Everybody will be presenting gifts to their friends, and everybody (no allusion, of course, to editors and printers,) will receive tokens of respect and good will, from their generous ac quaintances. The heart of the little folks will be made glad by their good friend Kiiss Kricgle who, in making his annual round with his tiny reindeer team, will deposit the usual supply of Christmss goods in the receptacles provided for the same. The windows of our dealers are al ready presenting to passers-by a most attractive display of holiday goods, and everybody can be supplied, at the moderate expenditure of a few greenbacks. To all who are in want of goods for the coming Christmas and New Year, we cordially commend those who advertise in our columns. Hundreds of very sensible people who have visited our store, will testify to the unsurpassed splendor and magnitude of our stock of Holiday Goods and Notions. If any gentiles or unbelievers have failed through obstinacy or hardness of heart, to ex amine and be convinced of this fact, the lamp still holds out and the invitation is still extended. Thousands of beautiful Holiday Goods have been sold already; but there are many thousands still remaining to convince even a doubting Thomas, that we have the finest and largest se lection that Santa Claus ever brought to the nest Indeed, it is believed by many people remark able for their discretion and good taste, that his Head Quarters are at the Drug Store of Da. E. DILLON k SON. Laoics If you want Furs go to Wiison's new JTur Store, south of the Post Office. BANK NOTICE. Our offices will be closed on Christmas day, Monday, Dec. 25tb, 1865. New Tear's day, Monday, Jan. 1st, 1866. Auese aays Demg legal Holidays, persons having notes maturing then will please attend to them the' Saturday before. A. H. MILLER, Cashier, First National Bank of Fremont. F. S. WHITE, Cashier. Bank of Fremont. Gknts If you want Furs, Caps, Gloves or Mufflers, go to Wilson's, they will sell cheaper than the cheapest DR. GREENOUGH OF TOLEDO. The patients of Dr. G., and all invalids suf- ( fering from chronic diseases of the eye or ear, throat or lungs, kidneys, liver or stomach, vic tims of piles, rheumatism, epilepsy, neuralgia, scrofula, salt rheum, Ac, will bear in mind that Dr. Gbeehough will be again at the Croghan House for Consultation, next Tuesday, Wed nesday and Thursday, December 26th, 27th and 28th. N. B. Dr. Greenough's regular visits to Fre mont, are twice every month. Consultation Free. - Latest style of Cassimere and Silk Hats at Wilson's. Also a good assortment of fine Re sort Hats at very low rates. Your Christmas dinner will not be complete without some Catawba Grapes. You can get them at ANDERSON & TALLMAN 'S. The "Metropolitan Cream Candy" is some thing very nice. It is sold by ANDERSON fe TALLMAN. In another column we have published the re moval of Dr. S. A. Orwig from Greensburg to Winter's Station. As far as we are acquainted with him, we can vouch as to his qualifications as a sound medical man. We bespeak for him a Cur patronage. We wish the Doctor success in his new location. STOPPED BY HIGHWAYMEN. A few nights ago, one of our citizens, a pro fessional man, while returning home was stop ped on the State Street bridge by two vaga- Don as, evidently intent upon committing a I robbery. One of them seized the bridle of the horse, cramping the carriage while the other stepped up to the side of the vehical and asked the driver where he was going. He was answer ed "It is none of your business," when both responded, We will see about that!" They were admonished to be'eareful, but to "come on if they wished to." At this they skulked and got out of the way. At another time during the same week, the same gentleman was stopped in a similar way by one man on the road north of Clapp's Tavern. It was a very dark night: so it was supposed the horse was frightened, while it was seized by the bit and drawn off to one side. The driver gave him a severe blow which caused the animal to jump and brake from the villain. As the carriage passed, the man was seen to ecrooch to the ground to avoid detection. It would seem from this, persons cannot be too careful in protecting themselves against these villains. D. THE C. & T. RAIL ROAD. Few roads in this country are better equipped than the Cleveland fc Toledo. Its track is in first rate order and is kept so. Its Station Houses are in good condition. Its coaches are always comfortable and always go well filled. Its rolling stock is sufficient to do the business of the road. Its engines are among the finest and most substantial of any road.' They always look beautiful and sure never to be out of order, A new engine the "Clinton" has just commenc ed making her runs over the road, She was made at the Company's works at Norwalk and presents a magnificent appearance as she comes puffing in to a station, This road is improving in all its departments, so much so its stock holds at quite an advance which must still go higher when they have the new piece of road complet ed, which will allow them to run over their own line from end to end, Its conductors are uni- formally courteous, and all men connected with the road appear to be gentlemen, a thing we could not say of all railroads, This road, carry ing the majority of all freights from East to West and the greater portion of all the travel ling public, is and must continue to be, among the best and most prosperous roads of the United States, E. J. lip E. The Country Editor. A city coteroporary gives the following de scription of a country editor, and remarks that he would not be one: "A country editor is an individual who reads newspapers, writes articles on any subject, sets type, reads proof, works press, folds and mails papers, prints jobs, nins errands, saws wood, works in the garden, talks to all who call, receives blame for a hundred things that are no one's business but his own, works from 6 A. M., and frequently gets cheat out of half his earnings." to Attention is called to the new advertisement of S. Buckland t Sons. There is somelbiner in it which just hits your case. It may be found : on the out side. Read it and profit bv it TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE. For the week ending Dec 16, 1865, prepared by A. F. Gallagher, County Recorder: State of Ohio to Jacob Brougb,30 acres, ' . sec. 16, Riley Tp., $ 150 J. L. Ames to P. George, lot 320 and 321, Clyde, 200 H. H. Mauntler to H. Depler, 20 acres, sec 7, Woodville Tp., - 160 D. L. June to Wm. Hideout, lota 26 and 27, sec 33, Sandusky Tp., 600 J. Hilbish to J. Mats, 24 73-100 acres, sec. 36, York Tp., 2,600 J. W. Goodson to P. Beibricher, part lot - 166, Bellevue, 4,500 J. Easton, 2d, to J. H. Truax, 40 acres, sec. 7, Woodville Tp., 230 State of Ohio to J. B. Mugg, 20 75-100 acressec 16, York Tp., 160 S. Ji. Walter to 1. and. A. Sharp, lot 2, sec. 26, 1 ork Tp., 367 O. G: Lincoln to J. Dean, lot 2 and 7, Itollersville, ..40 J. H. Jennitig to same, lots 1, 10 and 15, , ' Rollersville, 65 D. T. Patrick to M. Pixley, lot 29, Sut ton's Addition, Clyde, 350 S. Sunk to Wm. Herbster, 10 acres, sec. 30, Riley Tp., 150 C. Rinehart to M. Monaghan, 7 acres, sec. 13, Green Creek Tp., 900 WH. Mill to P. McOormick, 71 acres, sec. 12, Sandusky Tp.. . 1,450 U. Jling to J. King, lot 7, sec 31 and 32, , Ballville, . 900 R. Smith to L. McCarty, lots 41 and 42, Clyde, 225 Cold Weather. The weather for the psst few days has been quite snug. On Wednesday afternoon and evening snow fell and on Thursday afew sleigh: were seen in town, though the snow was not quite deep enough to make good sleighing. m m Robbed. On last Friday night the store of Messrs. Wagoner k Shomo at Washington Sta tion, was entered by burglars and robbed of goods to the amount of about $250. The Post Office which was kept in the same building, was also robbed of its letters which were carried off and rifled. A Christmas Present. What a handsome "Christmas Present" new sett of Furs will make. At H. Lesher' Hat Store you will find just the kind for that purpose 50w2, HATS. - Call and see the new style of Hats, just re' ceived at 50w2. H. LESHER'S. Episcopal Church. Rev. George. H. Jenks having accepted a call to the Rectorship of St Paul's Church, Fremont, will preach his inaugural sermon on Sunday morning next, Dec. 24th. Fatal Accident. We heard it said, with how much truth we are unable to say, that a boy about four years old, while sliding on the ice on the river, Wednesday, broke through and was drowned. We did not learn the name. We hope the statement is untrue The Lady's Friend. The publishers of this beautiful periodical have issued a splendid number for January 1866. "The Forest Gleaner, for a frontespiece is a perfect gem of beauty. We cannot tell where the publishers obtain such beautiful de signs for engravings. "The Banner Screen in Chenilie on velvet," is a beautiful design and many others too numerous to mention. Sub scribe for The Lady's Friend. Terms $2,50 year. Two copies for $4,00. Address, Deacon k Peterson, 319 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. ' EXTBAORDIXABT RAILROAD RoCTK. The Ma' rion Mirror says, that tor some time past a ru mor has been gaining strength in that region, that a movement was on foot which would change the route of the Sandusky, Dayton fc Cincinnati itailroad, instead of from Tiffin to Dayton, to run the road from Tiffin to Columbus, through Upper Sandusky, Marion and Delaware, and continue from Columbus to the Ohio River at Portsmouth, passing through Chillicothe and Piketon. We may add to the above, that at Portsmouth, the road will make a short turn, wind round the Sunfish hills, and make its grand terminus in the vicinity of Union, Randolph Township, Montgomery County, Ohio. And it will be changed to a sixteen foot gauge. Mean time all the other railroads in the State will be transferred to California. Dayton Journal. CARD OF THANKS. The members of the Frkmost Brass Band desire to acknowledge their grateful thanks to the German Firk Engine Co., No. 1, of Fr mont, for their magnificent gift to the Band, in the presentation of a beautiful Bass Drum.-- The kindness of the donors is heartily appreci ated, and will ever be remembered by us with hearts of gratitude. Long may Captain Young and his noble men live; brave to a fault: ever prompt to the call of duty; untiring in their ef forts to save; their Company name is an honor our town, and a living monument to them I FRED. H. DORR, Sec'y. Fremont, Dec. 22, 1865. FIRE COMPANIES. FREMONT, Dec. 12th, 1865. Steamer McPherson Engine Co., No. 1, met according to appointment, it being the 2d Tuesday of the month, regular meeting even ing. Officers all present, Foreman H. W. Bris tol, presiding. According to previous resolu tions all members not uniformed at this meeting were stricken from the roll. ez OFFICERS OF THE COMPANY. Foreman, H. W. Bristol; 1st Asst. Foreman, W. Krebs; 2d AsT Foreman, John Koons; Treasurer, A. H. Rice; Secretary, D. S. Cam- field. to ENGINE. W. Smith, Engineer; V. Kelly, 1st Asst. Engineer; Firemen and aids of the Enginrer, David Lee, Lewis Anderson, H. Claghorn and John Younktnan. PIPEMEN. No. 1. 1st Hose Cart, Samuel Larish, Tho's Thornburg and D. Clark. No. 3. 2d Hose Cart, H. R. Shomo, Noah Kessler, David Otto. Commander No. 1, E. M. Cook. Members.. George Bixler, Samuel Garvin, George Powers, C. C. Long, E. L. Cross, H. Arling, W. Duerle, W. C. Scott, L. Grigwise, Amesden, J. Battig, S. P. Meng, J. Keller, Ryan, J. Dickenson. Commander No. 3, D. W. Krebs. Members. M. E. Tyler, J. W. Tyler, G. Claghorn, James Rice, James Dougherty, Lute Gibbs, Frank Tyler, Vincent Dougherty, Cha's Thompson, C. Greene, Jesse Smith,- Jacob Stine, Wm. H. Myers, Ira Prior. Hose Cart No. 2, J. D. Griffin, Commander. Members. R. Tobin, Thomas Costelo, Bat Shanahan, Dennis Curren, Peter Tool, Dennis Daily, Jr., Thomas Donah u, Frank Keefe, Phil Keefe, John Keefe, Wm. Sheehy, R. Bailey, Joseph Kehlar, Andrew Powers, Ned Sheehy John Collins, James Moore, R. Pursell, John Mulcahy, Pat Mulliu, John Quilter, Frank Shanahan, John Hearly, Mat Wise. Lantern Carriers. Augustus Caldwell, Jas. Porter. ENGINEMEN. W. Winslow, C. Rosenbaugh, Wm. Wilson, Thos. Fowler, Thos. Rice, H. D. Alby, Jacob Steiner, Nat. Haynes, John Beck, John S tier wait, Joseph Howe, John Griffin, Wm. Totten, L. Cooper, C. A. Caldwell, Daniel Koons, C. Long, Charles Arling, Jas. Wigard, Isaac Joseph, T. L. Boyle, Henry Lesher, John Ryan Wm. H. Myers, Fred. Dorr, Brice Bartlett, Frank W. Cam field, James Keller. EA-ery member re-elected was given four weeks in which to uniform. If not then uni formed wiil be expelled. Members absenting themselves from meetings, or from duty, with out a reasonable excuse, will be fined according the laws of the constitution. Meetings of the company will continue weekly. Let every member not uniformed attend to getting it ira iedialy,as he must attend tho next regular meeting, the 2d Tuesday in January, fully uni formed or he will be expelled. to rf By order of the Foreman. D. S. CAMFIELD, Sec'y. FREMONT AND BUFFALO. turoughouf It is not generally known community, that an association of our citizens has been formed and from $65,000 to $70,000 in money raised to build a 500 ton propeller to, run between this place and Buffalo. The-pro-; peller is in a favored state, and is now ' being; built at the ship yard of Quay le fc Martin, Cleveland. The Herald- of the 19th says:--- "The propeller is for the Fremont Transporta tion Company, and is intended to run regularly between Buffalo and Fremont The dimensions of this craft are as follows: Length of keel, 155 feet; breadth of beam, 273' feet; depth of hold. 12 feet; burthen 475 tons. . She will be furnish ed with a cabin extending-the whole length, with good acommodations 'for' passeDgrjrs. Everything is being done to make her fast, sub' stantial, and convenient. About two thirds of the work is now done, and sliewilHe ready as soon as the ice disappears in the spring. "One of the barks being constructed at this- yard is for Mr. Nims of Buffalo, and is to be called the 'Charles K. Nims.' The. contractors have set out to build the best sail craft, on the lakes, and when they undertake to do a thing they generally acomplish it, at least, no expense is spared in procuring the very best materia, ana wnen procured great care is taken to put it together in the best manner. The dimen sions of " the 'Nuus' are: Length 162 feet, breadth, 33 feet; depth 13 feet; burthen 540 tons." , thisj Entertainment. A grand musical entertainment will be given at Birchard Hall on next Thursday and Friday evenings, January 4th and 5th, 1866, under the direction of Fbed. H.Dorr and C. S. Tuojtrsox, for the benefit of the Presbyterian Church. The occasion is to be one of interest toall lovers of fine music, both vocal and instrumental. Judging from those connected with it, we feel confident all who attend will be well paid. Posters and programmes will be distributed in due time. . , . j A Thing of Beauty is a Joy Forever. The most beautiful patterns of Tea Sets, Cake Baskets, Table Bells, Rings, Jewelry, tc, to be found, may be seen at E. L. Cross' Music and Jewelry Store. He also has on exhibition and for sale, a number of very fine and exquisitely made and sweetly toned Pianos, which he prom ises to sell at a bargain. . - , .; H. L, and J. B. Wilson are selling furs cheap er than any other firm in town. Coma and LETTER FROM HESSVILLE. Hesvil, in the Black Swamp, December 12,. Several weeks ov bam my faul it winter weither has rold passed sense I wrij you last Mi exkuse fer this dela air thos: Just sebse- kent to the publicashen ov my fust letter mi Mesinger kum 2 me loded with a fierce para- graf kontainin the fereful announsement that the kompownd whitch kontrols sed sheat, was purpared tor defend hisself from atel violents, which ov korse embrases words ov violents, it sech like, I took it that Van was mad, and that by inyuendo he wonted tu hev it under stood that hede fite (providen he coodent help it,) and was supplied with the necessary "waze and menes"to meat his foze. Not wishing in provoke a breech of the piec, I konkluded to hold on a little and permit a few of ye valyant & pugnachus editor's rath to bile over. Ive bin tu pa mi tackis not my whiskey tacks, fur I am sorrey tu sa that the tiranekel and unkonstitutoushnal acts ov- this ablishin Kongeras, in iuiposin sech an enormus levy on this famous democratick bevveridge, hes plast it beyond mi reech. I find our stait tackis is vary hi, besides what we hed tu pa the fedral tacksgatherer. I told mi frens we musst re- duse the tacks levy. Sed one, a euquirin fel ler, "how is this result to be acheaved, Sard?" Sea I, "the time-onerd demeTratick party must ba electid tu power." Sed he, "air it everv wazesartin the Guverment wood be moar eeomikally administered bi them?" "It un- doubtidly air," I sed. "Every demokrat in the 1 uneyun will promts to du better. Yu cood ent find a dempkrat enny where hoo woodent be willinito maik solum affy davit that themanag- ment uv this guverment shud bee moar ecom ical if the peepul will only put hiz parti in pow er." Ihen sir," sed I, in triumyh, "if this be so, t yer sa it is, why aint the konservativ Demockrisy ov this land so elevatid, &' and the rains of awthority put intu there hands?" He replied in a sad choaked manner, "Sard, I kant tell why." . :. . . i Mi mind hes bin deeply engrost in konsider- in the ablishin amendment tu the konstooshuu. hev arrived to the konklushun that sed amendment oughtent to be adoptidintu sed in strument, for the follerin rezuns, viz, to wit: ; Fustly. - Becoz it shoodont 2 2d. Becoz its agin the majority rule. Ami the peepul ov the lait Suthren Konfedrasy, sa millyuns, is agiust it ' So air awl ov the demokratick pepul agin it in the lait Unitid Staits, sa 7 millyuns moar. Now only the ablishnists of the North, sa 12 millyuns ov peepul, is fur sed amendment So we hev at least 17 millyuns ov peeepul agin sed measure while onli 12 millyuns is fer it Three. It is aposed to the fundymental doc- trin ov Stait rites, fur it dont let each stait du it wants tu. Its overriden the suverinty ov the peepul uv a stait, fer if it shood bekum law, mite keap them fruni hevin slaivry if thay wontid to hev it. Fortbly. It is diametrickally opposed to the hull text it preechin ov the modern demokratick party. . , ; And agin, it wood tende. tu defete and dis troy the demokratick plan ov sivilizin and mis egenatingthe cullud rase, that plan was (se cretly) to absorb the black intu the superior rase, until thar want any moar "vizible admix tur. Ive bin informed that, so hed this krist en work gone to, it wus a frequent remark by the fedral solgers in the South, "How white someov theos niggers has got." Shood this demokratic measur be defeted,. I verely fecr that the blak peepul wil hev to kontiner as a separate rase, t konsekently that the nigger will fer mutch time 2 kum, be a bone of con tention, for the demokratic politishuos tonaw B. S. SUCCESS. If men would be successful they must be dil- ligent No one doubts this neither do they doubt the ability of Drs. Clark it Bcilharz to perform a dental operation, after trying them the first time, for these men are diligent in their profession and hence successful. .... i Be sure and give them a call at such time at- you may need their assistance. ' You will find them careful and men who understand their profession. To buy fashionable Clothing at' e. i try low figure go to Youngman's, He has a first-class assortment of goods, and a man to cut them who never makes a mis fit. If you want a new gar ment of any kind go to Mr. L. Youngman's be fore going elsewhere, and we feel sure he will please you. He really does sell at low rates for these times. It reminds one of the days befure the war. . , . : , - ; WHOLESALE FRAUD. Messrs B. F. Sage and C. D. Eaton, the con tractors with the Cleveland and Toledo Railroad Company for tho new railroad line from Elyria . .. .. t Oberlio, absconded on Friday last with about $10,000, of which they had received $6,500 from the Company that day, to pay off laborers under their charge. ' LEGAL NOTICE. Lovina Hand against John J. Hand, Sandusky County 1ummoB 1 riHE defendantin this action, who is not a resident of the said County of Sandu.kr and Statn nf Ohio, will take notice that the rid plaintiff has tiled in the ofiict the Clerk of said Courtlier petition for divorce, al leging as gronnds of complaint, eruel treatment and grosa neglect of duty. The ease will stnnd'for hearing nt the next term of said court to commence at Fremont, Ohio, on the 6th day of February, A. D. 1866. LOVI.VA HAND. : By V. W.BETNoios,berAU'y.- . . Dee. 22, 1884. 61w ' ; ; ; t . -offered.. WHOLESALE FRAUD. Death of the Notorious James Brown, the Counterfeiter. The Summit Beacon of the 14th inst., has the following: r-' "The elebraed "Jim Brown,' tho long t puted "Head Center' of the counterfeitifitf fra ternity tf this fjEgfoifothe country, I dead. Standing uW)n the running boarVI of a Coal boat, on wnicn be was coming from Cleveland, on Saturday evening last, by a sudden jar he was thrown off into the hold of the boat, breaking his shoulder, and fracturing his skulL - He was c6nveyed td yellow creek' basin, tn an 'insensi ble condition, and'died on Sunday evening. ueiM oQum,L-juy Bjuiciment lor coun terfeiting, andjwas to', have been soon put upon trial before the U.. 8. Court for the Northern District of Ohio, at Cleveland., His age was 57 years and a montns. t A w W. X. BUTTffATT, - At BucklcuuTf tDryg Store, GtNEHAl, INSURAKCE - AGENT Metropolitan Fir Insurance Co. N. Ameta $1,600,000 North American " 731,000 Security Marin ' 'V 1" 'l: iW 1,600, 0O New England Hartford 260,000 Acciaeni in-uranee uo uoiumona, capital t,UOO,ueo L. H. Morehouse haying resigned the Agency of the aoore namea companies, V. unutmin In been ap pointed agent in his sts4. ! The eonrpaniea art all veU known a, prompt and , reliable aad Jmt been liberally patronized by onr business men. 41m3 'W. I. KEIiliEY, Mi -v-D. HAS opened an office In Birchard Block over Dryfooe . Clothing Store; and respectful! T tender his nro- fesehmaj sarvioe to theoitiaens of FRKitOJiT, aad all the people surrounding. ' HaTing spent two year and a half in the Army as SURGEON, feels justified in saving eeive proper attention.1 Particular attention giren to Chronic Diseases and the treatment of Children. instaavcaavrui oorverr auonutiau w mi ear, will r- Residence, Kais Street, nearly opposite the Episcopal nnxen. rremoai, inm. ou, 1901. 1 j MARRIED. On the 7th jns., at the Presbyterian Parson agef in Davenport, by Rett. T. M. Anderson. Mr. Cbki9htos Thompsox, of Fremont, Ohio, to Miss Elizabeth Ijttlk, of Scott county, Iowa. On Tuesday, Dec. I2th,at the residence of the bride s father, by Kev. N. J. Firey, Mr. Hmsy li. JNichols and Miss juildred U&csh. On the -13th inst., hy the Rev. A. Wilson. Mr. Ltsaxder C. Ball, Jr., and Miss Haskau . Morrison, all of Fremont, Ohio. . At the M. E. Parsonatre, on Wednesdav. the 14th inst,iy the Jtev. A. "Wilson, Mr. Gioroc Qephkart of the 9th Illinois Cavalry, to Miss juab; n baso.n vi uaiiviiie townsnip. On the 17th mst, by the Rev. H. Lanir. Mr. .johx jwabtin Qi iuiey ana aiiss jcmeumk an w - .?r-i On the 19th inst., bv tlie Same. Mr. Chals L. Z abu, Editor of the Hardin Count v Ditnocra and Miss Sarah A. Swandkb, of the vicinitv of AUIUI, VII I O. ' FREMONT PRICE CURRENT. CORRECTED WEEKLY. Whiat,..No. 1,11,70 Mo. 2, 11,80. No. 3, $1,00 FLOCB.per barrel... i$,bQ COKir,per bushel, ...,....,.,....... ..... 60 Corn, In the Ear...'.i.I.....:.;. ...... A....; : 40 Rrs, per bo.-.hel .... 75 OATa,perboahel ....... 80 BcTTKB.perpound 80 Eoos, per doxen .... ....... . 26 Cbskhm, per pound ' 1.. ..... 20 Dressed Hogs, per hundred... . $8,00810,00, Lars, per pbund..l...1L:w.: . .i.:..'i.20a26 Salt, per barrel ..Fine, $3,00 Coarse, $3,26 Hini,prrpjund. J.'..'.. 81IO Flax Skeo, per buhl . $200 Timothy Sced, per bushel ........ .$3,003,60 . .Clover SzSD,perbnshel..l..l Hahs, Smoked, per pound.... Sbocldbbs, ' ' " Baiss, per buahel. : PoTATOs,prb!liihal . Ar.-LE8, Green, per bushel.... -i $70a70 ........18 It ..$1,60(0,76 ..... .1. 60 .. 40a SO -Do. Dried, per bushel... $8,00 Pi("Ea, pared, per pound ..UagO 'Bbjsw Ax, per pound.... L.....i....i. 80 Ofttoirs, per bushel...... ....J .....4--. .. 70 ;CBicsBRs,LiT, perlb.:...-....4...'r......'ji Do. " Dresed,per pound .................... 8 Tt;rkst8, Lire, per lb , ( . Do. Dressed, per pound ! 10 Wool, per pound... ...... 6066 r .ETTERS"Tmftinino'Minrln?Th(Si1in tTio Poet Offiue at Fremont, State of Ohio, on the 23d Benham Lewis Kilgns Fredrick Kuns John J King George W KarblorAdam -' Beach Cornelia Baker C Hies Batto Fnttaltrs , r Baker KateMUs - Biell S Brown N A Iiiving-ton Charles" Love KalDh jUcCreary Ml MiM , Clark k En-rler ? . 'a jii lunnok r aan Jura Clirs Frank CroyPhilHp "' Clnt'.er Christen Miss Carter GeoreeW JUarram ! ' JWilley JUarv flls 1 9 .Montgomery iuary Jlfre .Wilier Matilda Aha ' ATay E Afta NeffJ NorrisAfA - T " Otis . 4 , J Bode Hear i f BicarJ ir ' 1 ' Beeae J ouch Darling Daniel 3 ; " Easter John Fry Phillip Hr sernssmita , , . Fitch oi)-?:' foftMarr KMrtr i J '4 Ganes Martha Kiss Wayward 3 .. H!et feter , ' Hitt Henry s'i - "- Howell J K 2 Half Cyrus Hutchinson Rhode Hies Junes Fanny X Mrs , Johnson B c James Jane Hr's -'' Jamison John -- JackmanE Mr , , Jonrs GeorjoW' ' Johnson M Jackman MvttfMM Knitter John ( . Smith Carolina Jt is Bmlto- John - -HBnrith Mht$CM Is . Snyder J H Fmlth Afalinda Afrs Shell' John Siberrl William Seaman 8arab.JV Is ..' Shewnl Fredrick Sanrent Kenry Teoppee M icheal Tyton a a Tayior Jacob Waggoner George y wagoner Bsmuai ! ' To obtain these letters, the applicant must can for Ad vertised Letters, give the date of the list, and pay O.ts Cnrr for advertising. If sot called for in on mouth, they will be sent to the Dead Letter Office. H. B. SHOMO, Postmaster. pm Notices: v NebvousDbbilttt, Skmusaj. VkAB3E83, Etc, Can U Cmrtd by one who ha really rand himself, and hundreds of others, and will toll job nothing bat th TBUTH. Address with stamp, t BD WARD H. TRAVER, March 3,1886. ly Look Bex, Bosro, Mass. WHISKERS S WHISKERS I Do you want .Whiskers or Moustaches ? Our Grecian Compound will fore them to grow on th smoothest face or ehin, or hair on bald heads in 81b Weeks, rrloa, $1.00. Sent by mail anywhere, closely sealed, on receipt of price. Address, .'- w Attain s w, uoxiaa, Tyl Brooklyn, N. T. Important to Mother Croup. The instructions for Croup which accompany srery bottlo of Bensoin Elixir, hav never been known to fail, and hare cured many a child after Physicians hav pro nounced the cage hopeless.' A bottle should be In every bonse. Bensoia Elixir is also pleasant and rail able remedy for Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat or Breast, Whoop ing Cough, Bleeding of the Lungs and Consumption. Dragglst write "It is destined to tak the lead of all othsr preparations, because of its great merit." Sold by DOOLEY & BRO., Toledo, and 2. DILLON k SON Fremont, Ohio.'-1 ' - 45tf A Card. Editor of Journal In reply to many letters and inquiries from people in this sec tion of the country, the undersigned take great pleasure in saying through the columns of your paper, that our renowned preparation known as COK'S DYSPEPSIA CURE, is a certain rare for Dyspepsia, in it worst stage. Many cures of long standing, within our own acquaint ance, hare been completely, and we belive permanently cured. It wiU stop distress after eating almost instan taneously, and enables the dyapeptio who ha lived for years upon Graham bread and th plainest diet, to eat as heartily as he pleased, and anything he chooses, without danger cf distress, or soaring, er rising on the stomach. It Is anlniaillbie corrector or inaigesuon and eonstipar tion, creates a healthy appetite, stop sick-headaen, heart-burn, sickness at the stomach, pains, cramp, or oolioin either th stomach or bowels, and by enabling the patient to Use plenty 01 nearly 100a, which is th parent of health," produces vigor, strength and energy. In every trial we bare known it has speedily eradicated Dyspepsia with all its attendant sufferings, weaknesses, debility, and loss af power, giving instead, s proper ac tivity and tone to th stomach and organ of digestion, and as w confidently believe, and a the published cer tificates in our circulars, almanacs, and in many of the leading Journals, from convalescent patients will covins, completely, permanently, and almost miraeu lonsly "cure the worst ease of Dyspepsia in existence." We warrant it in every instance. It can be obtained at all the Drug Store in the United State and Canada, at $1 ,08 per bottle, or six bottle fur $o,00. , . ....... C. a. CLARK CO., Proprietors, , y1 S.: -.... .... t . -..-'.Hew Haven' Ct. DR. K. DIIJ.ON k SON, Agents, Fremont-, . in A CoHgh j Cold, or Sore Throat ivKQUlatiS IMMEDIATE ATTMTION, AND SHOULD BR CHUCKED. ' Ir ALLOWED TO IXOTI.Nl'K, Irritation of the Lungs, a Feraaaaeut 'rbroat Affection, or Incurable '; ' ' Long Disease, IS OKTF.K THE KKSULT. ..BROWN'S, BRONCHIAL. TROCHES HAVING X BIB KIT INKLUKNCE TO THE PASTS, GIV IMMEDIATE BKLItl. , BrochitisJ Aethmai Catarrh, Consumptive - " 1 m t nt ' TlOOIIlCi ARB USED WITir ALW4TS GOOD SUCCBbS. SINGERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS will find Traeku asefalln clearing the voice whan taken before Singiog or Speaking, and relieving the throat af tr an unusual exertion of the vocal organs. The Trocktt are recommended and prescribed by Physicians, and have had testimonials from eminent men thrqugh out the country. Being an article of true merit, and havingpriwerf their efficacy by a test f many year, each year finds them in new localities in various parts of the world, and tho Truclut are unUer&ally pronounced bet ter tban other articles. OBTAiKonly"BROw's Bboxchial Troobks," nd do not take any of the Worlklet Imitation! that may b ;.:.-.; J .' . . ' if Sold everywhere In the Pnited State, and la Foreign Countries, at 38 cent par box. 8l of AIIEIIICAN WATCHES SWISS WATCHES. 1 I - ' Fine Geneva Watches, Mad expressly for my trade. Ladles' Gold Watches, Enameled and plain, and et with diamond. 1 Silver Plated Ware. Fine Pocket Cutlery. Scissors, large and small. Spectacles, steel, silver Sc. void. Portemonaies. Smith Ac. Wesson fine 7 Shooters. Diamond Rings with Setting. Crayon Ladles' Gold and Plated Chate- lain Chains. Solid Plain Heavr flnld Ti I n rr bj the Pvt. Ladles' Sets enameled and plain, pendant, oral and round. Chrysolite Drops set in fine Gold Silver and German Silver Thlm. bles. Gold Pens. Ladies' Cabas Dags. Fine Table Knives. Ilair Chains. Waterbury Clocks. All just received in Time FOR THE HOLIDAY'S J AND GOING CHEAP, t " ZIMMERMAN'S. Fremont, 0, Dec. 1, 1854 43m9. 5C SO I3S H S3 NESS NESS 5C X S S3 ! y i i BU8I BTJSI OS o a pl 05 CQ CO o a F-H CQ PQ CQ 0 & Cos UNION BUSINESS INSTITUTE O b e r 1 i n, O h i o . S. 8. OALKINS A a P. GRIFFIN, Principal of the Commercial Department, Instructors in we science or Accounrs, commercial AninnieMe, Corcmercial Law and Lecturers on Business Cus toms, Correspondence, ks ke. C. II. POiYD, Principal of the Telegraphic Department, aad Initmcto In Practical an-1 Theoretical Telegraphing, Meswge Registration, Reports, - Ae , c L. . Sc W. A. DRAKE. Principals of the Chirographic Department, Instructor in Bpeaarian renin ananip riain, Practical and Ornamental Pen Drawing, Card Marking, Letter- . ing, etc. '' The eoonw of study consists of . - Siszle and Double Entry Book-Zeping, 8tock and Partnership Sets, Wholesale and Retail Merchandising, Commission, Compound Corananr and Joint Stock Business, Banking, Commercial Paper, Com mercial Law, Business Arithmetic, Practical Pnmaa manship, etc, etc A buw Ball) now fitted u for the TeVmnh V TW. partment exclnuvely, where advantage will be secured superior to anything elsewhere in the West. It Is in the car of aa operator of long experience, and of th best reputa'ion. Uavingalso th Caror and patronage of the leading Telegraph OfKeer throng hoot the West, rrf (iea for graduates can readily be secured. The Tu'tioa Fee is only about ONE-HALF that niniHv eharged In similar Institutions; while the cheapness of living, the numerous educational advantsg-rs of tbe nlaea. and the eomparatirs absence of temptation to vi:e, are important eonsiuerauoca. We do sot OCABAXT s'tuatioos to onr gradu-.te. for it is beyond tbe power of any Commercial College to it situations tor all it graduates, bat VI no cciti mi ull and oobplitb satisiactioa to our students. - REMSMBES, W ar not a "link" in an rbodr's chain, neither dv. . claim to se absurd a thing a a "paltmt" on a sriiiia. instruction. ' TERMS: Tuition for the Full Course, including Businer . Penmanship, ..... Telegraphing Course,.. ".V.V 2S. Both Combined, " 40. Teachers' Course la Penmanship, 15. To any who have doubt concerning when to go for Business Education, we say if yon study on week with us, and we have deceived yon by false representation, ask for your tuition fee, and it will be refunded. for full particulars, send for a Catalogue and Circular. Ceo. 1, 1864. 3yi: . WM PRESENTS HIS COMPLIMENTS TO HIS FRIENDS AND CU8T0MEP.S, AND BRIEFLY ANN0UNCE3 THE RECEIPT OF HIS ' ; . LARGE BEAUTIFUL STOCK OF IN AND Summer Goods. FOR THE LADIES. DRESS GOODS, OF ALL KINDS ; OF THE LATEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE STYLES. CALICOES, SHEETINGS, TICKINGS, i ' FLANNELS, AC. Groceries and Crockeryv WE ALWAYS HAVE A LARGE AND CHOICE STOCK ON HAND. W ar la receipt of wood direct from New Toe erett. few days, and all who buy of RICE, will be certain cf get ting Good, fashions Me, and Cheap Good. ALL IN WANT OF GOOD GOODS, WILL DO WELL TO CALL ON US. WM. A. RICE. FREMONT, APRIL, 1865.' Tho War is over! Gold has Gone Down! AND ROBERTS & SHELDON Have reduced the Prices ON HARDWARE TO CORRESPOND. 17 E ask the Farmers to call and ezam- ing our stock of .. j. Tools and Implements, which consist in part of . -. , Combination Steel Plow, Curtis' Iron Beam, Fostoria Cast Plow, Corn Plows, Shovel Plows, doable and singly Cultivators, - ; Road Scrapers, Corn Shelters, iron and wood, Straw Cutters, , - -j Horse Eakes, . . r Horse Forks, Hoes and Forks, Hakes and Scythes, Grain Cradles, Scythe Sticks and Stones, Shovels and Spades, Wheelbarrows, . Churns, Tubs, Pails, Brooms, Clothes' Wringers, Spinning Wheels and Reels, Sheep Shears and Wool Twine, Land Plaster, Water lime, Stucco, &c, &&, &c - Together with a complete stock of ' Nails, House and Barn Trimmings, Builders' and Farmers' Hardware, STOVES- ' Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, ' - All of which w offer at Prices which defy" Competition! ALSO AGENTS FOR THE CHAMPION Mower & Reaper Cider Mills, Buckeye Wood Sawing Machines, Fairbanks' Scales, Our Tin Shop, la in order, and will fill your orders with despatch. - ROBERTS &. SHELDON. MIXOST, 0., Hej 18,139.