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MARGARET. Artist's chisel could not trace Bach 'form, 'with to much grace; NereTh Italian kie , Dwell inch light M in her eye. Sweeter music ne'er waa aung Than hinga ever on her tongue; r Roeea have not such a glow Am that upon her brilliant brow ; ' All that'a bright and fair are met . In sorely, charming Margaret. O'er her forehead, brightly ir, - - Loosely floats her auburn hair, Ourl'd in ringlets with a flow, Round a neck as white as snow; y) '.' Wild her eye as the gazelle's, Where lurk love's ten thousand spells; ' Fleet her step as woodland lawn ' Skipping e'er the dewy lawn; In her every grade is met, ; . None may rival Margaret. 1 : ' I will love her whilst her mind la pure and holy, good, refined; Whilst such lovely glances fly From the heaven of her eye, j Or pure feeling's ardent glow , Shines upon her. open brow; ,. .. : ' '" .: I should not be won unless :i , ' Her virtues match 'd her lovelineas; j H On my heart a aeal is set, And on i graven Margaret. Manchester, Eng., 1828. WM. ROWLISON. PALMERSTON AND LINCOLN. Hardlj had the lute President been consigned to the grave, when the prime minister of Eneknd died, full of years and honors. Palmerston traced "ii line; aire to the time of the conqueror; Lin - coin went back only to his grandfather. Palrnerston received his education Tram the best scholars of Harrow, Edinburg and Cambridge: Lincoln s early teachers were the silent forest, the prairie, the river and the stars. Palrnerston was in public life for sixty years; Lincoln but a tenth of . t V :3. that tune. ; r aimers ton was a bkiuiui gume of an established aristocracy; Lincoln a leader, ot rather a companion of the peo- pie. Palrnerston was exclusively an Eng lishman, and made his boast mthe House of Commons that the interest of Jinglana . was "his Shibboleth; Lincoln thought al ways of mankind as well as his own coun try, and served human nature itself.' Pal- . meraton, from his narrowness as an Eng lishman, did not endear his country to anyone court or to any one people, but rather caused uneasiness ana aisiiKe; Juin coin left America more beloved than ever by all the peoples of Europe. Palmers- ton was self-possessed and adroit in recon- ciling the conflicting claims of the factions of the aristocracy; Lincoln, frank and in- - genuoua, knew now to poise himself on the conflicting opinions of the people, Palrnerston was capable of insolence to ward the weak,- quick to the sense of hon or, not heedful of right; Lincoln rejected counsel given only as a matter of policy, and was not capable of being wilfully un .just Palrnerston. essentially superficial, delighted in banter, and knew how to di - vert grave opposition by playful levity. Lincoln was a man of infinite jest on his lips, with saddest earnestness at his heart Palmerdton was a fair representative of the aristocratic liberality of the day.choos- ing for his tribunal not the conscience ' of humanity, but the House of Commons .Lincoln took to heart the eternal truths oi liberty, obeyed them as the commands of Providence, and accepted the human race as the iudee of his fidelity. Palrnerston did nothing that will endure; his great achievement the se Deration of Belgium, placed that little kingdom where it must graviiaie to r ranee, .uncoin nmsiiea work which all time cannot overthrow.- Palmerston is a shining example of the ablest of a cultivated aristocracy ; Lincoln shows the genuine fruits of institutions where the laboring man shares and assists to form the great ideas and designs of his " country. Palrnerston was buried ' iii Westminister Abby by the order of his aueen, - and was followed - by the British aristocracy to his grave, which after a few years will hardly be noticed by the side of t ox and Chatham ; .Lincoln was followed by the sorrow of his country across the . continent to his resting-place in the heart : of the Mississippi valley, to be remember ed through all time by his countrymen, and by all the peoples of the world. Bancroft. - ' WOODEN END OF THE BOARD. . General Banks in Congress recently told . . the following story:.. I : : j? j, : "W hen i was younger than 1 am, in in the state of New Hampshire, in the town of Nashua, where I obtained my ed ucation at a university with a belfry at . the top and a water-wheel under the lower -' stories laughter, looking out with my as sociates and fellow students upon the :"' smooth and glassy surface of 'the' Merri- . mac nver, that stream of perpetual beau " ty and perpetual life, we saw a colored boy intimately known to us, upon the surface, engaged in the pleasant exercise of skat , ing, for it was winter. : While we looked upon the beautiful Merrimack, the little negro boy suddenly went in. You may never have seen a negro under such cir cumstances. ; , "We went down to him with all the speed possible. Going out to the middle of the river we took up a plank and hand ed it to the negro, and he grasped it with as much alacrity as any one of them will take a ballot when we give it to him. Just as we had got it on the hole into which he had fallen, he fell off the plank and went in again. The second time ' he came up he wore an expression I never shall forget You may never have seen a negro under such circumstances. "He was speechless, his emotions sup pressed all rhetoric ; he did not indulge in any eloquence at alL He grasped the plank this time, not with alacrity, but with ferocity, and we brought him again to the " surface. We thought he was a negro sav ed from the jaws of death; but off the little fellow slipped again and went down. You may never have seen a negro under such circumstances. .' . . . 'He addressed us a speech, and I never heard a speech that contained so much of touching eloquence as was embodied in that little negro's speech. 'Please gib dis nigger de wooden end of dat board.' You see the end we had given him was the icy end. It was the same icy end that the southern people have been holding out to him for two hundred years. He was en tirely satisfied that the wooden end was the best "Now, sir, what we propose for the negro in this country is, to give him the wooden end of the board. He had the icy end of it more than two centuries. The desola tion of more than moral retribution has , come upon the men who extended to him the icy end of the board, and come upon them justly. 1 wish now to give him the wooden end of the board. He willjre reive from that act of justice the same joy which that little negro experienced." A London cabman said : "If you run over ayonngster down here, the folks don't say nothing kaso they have got more children and no wittles for 'em but you jist run over a goat, or a kid, or a sow, or a pig, and I'm blest if a mob ain't arter ye ' in two minits." - The Bditor of a country paper in Wis consin says thathe.felt called uon to publish Father Lewis' sermon on the "Locality of HelL" as it was a question in which nearly all .his reader were deep ly interested. FATE OF FAST MEN. Tki'viniXiis dfft "early. "They fall like shadows, or tumble" wrecks and ruins into the grave often while quite young, almost, before forty. ' 'Ths wicked hreth not half his days." The world at once ratifies the truth and assign the reason by describing the dis solute life of --fast men; that is, they live fast They spend twelve hours in six; getting through the whole before the meridian, and dropping lntoaaraness wmic others are in the glory of light Their sun goeth down while it is yet day. " And they might have neipea iu jiusuj a;, Kc.fr.ra Vi nel. - Yonnr men of een- ius, Kke Burns and Byron, to whom, when dissipated and profligate, uiiriy-seven is so fatal, and your obscure and nameless wan dering stars; who waste their time in liber tine indulgence they cannot live, they must die earlv. They put on steam till they'blow up the boiler. They run at such a rate that they lire goes out ior want, of fuel. The machinery is destroyed by rapid speed and "reckless wear- Nothing an MvA t iem. i neir pu vsicat system .. fll " , 1 1 cannot stand the 6traiu they put to it; nrhilo tViA ctntn of their mind is often such that tlifl soul wotiM eat the substance of triA most robust bodv. and make for itself a way of escape from the incessant hell of its own tnouguis. .. A COLD IN THE HEAD. v A Dr. Palion, of St FoyJ Trance hB discovered a new method of curing cold in the head. Herewith is the prescription: ' It consists in inhaling through the nose the emanations of ammonia contained in a smelling bottle. ' If the sense Bf smell is completely obliterated, the Dottle snouia be kept under the nose until the pungen cy of the volatile alkali is felt The bot tle is then removed, only to be reapplied after, a minute; the second application, however, should not be long, that the pa tient may bear it.. This easy operation be ing repeated seven or eight times in the course of five minutes, bnt . always very rapidly, except the first time. The nos trils become free, the sense of smell is' re stored, and the secretion of the irritating mueus is stopped.' ' This remedy is said to be peculiarly advantageous to singers. ' Gen. Swayne, Freedmen's Commission er for Alabama, reports iu Washington that Gov. Parsons is taking strong loyal ground, and, in consequence, is becoming so obnoxious to the people of the State that his life has been repeatedly threaten ed. That reminds us of Gen. Terry's late remark that if any more troops of his command were mustered out he should have Uo remove his headquarters from Richmond to Fortress Monroe. Worry not work makes gray hairs; the faith of man that everything will eventually work out good for him, so long as he shall faithfully and patiently labor on in the course of ordinary duties, too often deserts him, leaving him troubled about many things, though his good sense -"-philosophy tells him this anxiety" for the morrow avails little, and it is an ex pensive outlay of the energies of life. iOf Shakspeare, it is i said by Richard Grant White, that he never retouched or amended one line of all his works; he wrote for money, and having got his pay he left his works to take care of them selves. He never wrote anybody a letter, and when he died he left but four signa tures behind. Everywhere there is a class of men who cling 'with fondness to whatever is ancient, and who, when convinced by overpower ing reasons that innovation would be ben eficial, consent to it with many misgiv ings and forebodings. Macauley. : ;The innumerable and bitter complaints against servants are w ell met by the story of Ralph Emerson, who found a friend in the cars, coming into Boston, commission ed by his wife to employ "an angel to do cooking for two dollar a week." Let a man respect his doubts, for doubts, too, may have some divinity in them. That we have but little faith is not sad, but that we have but little faithfulness. By faithfulness faith is earned. You say that you do not succeed. Does it concern you enough that you do not ! Do you work hard enough at it f Do you get the. benefit of discipline out of it! it so, persevere. The loval peoule of Virginia complain that the rebel Legislature of that State have passed a law compelling the loyal men to aid, by taxation, in pensioning the widows of rebel soldiers. ' Mrs. Partington says JefE Davis was a fool for dressing in woman's clothes, for he might know that the men would run after him then. Let not the law of the country be the utmost limit of thy honesty, nor think that always cood enough which the law will make good. - - Men and boys are learning all kinds of trades but how to make men of them selves. They are slaves who dare not not be In the right with two or three. '. YOMG AMERICA D1IMIIMC SALOON Situated on Pike Street, one door West of Doncyson's Grocery. OYSTER AND EATING SALOON! rilHIS ESTALISHUKNT is now thoroughly farniihe 1 and rea4r to serve op mei?i at all hoars of the day, Lrerrtniog thit tha market auords always on ban a, wnicn can oe ooca'.nea on anon notice prepared in any Baduaner aeeirea. armera win nna uui tae place to get WARM MEALS. Ladies Saloon. Connected with this establishment is a department excloairely for Ladies, with an independent entrance and entirely separated from the gentleman's saloon, where they can always ffet superior oysters, or whatr ver in the eating line taey may desire. This room is under the supervision of lady attendant. The Bar of the Saloon in stocked with the very beet articles of Liquors, Ale, Porters, Wines, OYSTERS! Ojttera bj the can, and half can, can alway. ba ob tained at pricea si low as c&n ba bought elaewhars. y Code and ace for yourself. CLEVELAND k M1LLI0UF. Frcment,NoT. 10, I860. 45tl Wool Twine, Balls and Skeins Bwt kinds, and CHEAP. Carpet Warp, Of Cotton, Flax and Hemp. 1st, 2d and Sd quality oolored and gray. Wrapping Twines, Of every description. FANCY TWINES, WICKING, Shoe Thread, 8ine Twlces, Gilling Threads, Fishing Lines, Stam Packing, and Snrjteon's Tow. Blocking and Loom Cord. ROPE AND CORDAGE. , Writing and Wrapping . Envelopes and Paper Bags. Willard Harvey & Co., 61 Maiden Lane, New York. ABiERICANiWATCHES swiss w at ciras. Fine Geneva Watch.es, " Msdt xmsly tor mj tnds. Ladles' Gold - Watches, Sssawlsd sad alaio, snt st vith disad.l ilrer Plated Ware. Fine Pocket Cutlery. - . . . .n t: .-. r Scissors, large and small. Spectacles, 'steel,' silver Sc. sold. Portemonales. Smith St Wesson f lne.T Shooters. Diamond Binge with Setting.- Crown Iiadies' Gold and Plated Chate lain Chains.,. Solid Plain" Heavr Gold Binge - by the Pwt. , . readies' Sets enameled and plain, pendant, oval and round. Chrysolite Drops set in fine Gold Silver and German Silver Thlnv bles. Gold Pens. Ladies' Cabas Bags. Fine Table Knives. Hair Chains. -2! Waterbnrr Clocks. JUST RECEIVED, WARRANTED, ; AND GOING CHEAP, at ZIMMERMAN'S. 3NSE OUR P 2ARiKG S!,I UUJJ OF Dress Goods, OF Silks, OF Cloaks, or Shawls, OF Balmorals, OF fi Domestios, OF Cassimeres,) or Cloaking, Flannels, OF Hosiery and Gloves, or White Goods, ; , Underwear, OF Hoop Skirts, Everything in the Store AT Immense Redaction te correspond with New York prices. 300 PIECES OF . DRESS GOODS ! FK0K A0CTIOV, Whieh will be sold less than cost of importatioa. C0NDIT BRO'S. BIRCH BO BtOCSw Jrajtoat, . H 154a, , I At Cost! ; At Cost! CASH "l. STORE! JANUARY 18. 18GB. T make room for SPRING! GOODS, ws will sell for THIRTY DAYS the following: Goods at Cost ! LADIES' FANCY FURS, a Fine As- sortment. 1 LADIES' FUR HOODS, ; LADIES' HOODS fe NUBIAS, .... BREAKFAST SHAWLS, '.' . LADIES' WINTER HATS, Winter Dress Goods! . Winter Dress Goods I FRENCH MERIN0E3, ENGLISH MERINOES, '. EMPRESS CLOTH, . ;' ' : . . POPLINE,POPLINE, LADIES' UNDER GARMENTS, MENS' UNDER-SHIRTS AND DRAWERS. A LOT OF LADIES' SHOES, A LOT OF BOYS' SHOES, LADIES' GENTS' AND CHILDREN'S RUBBER SHOEP. MENS' FDR CAPS, , BOYS' FDR CAPS. OUR STOCK " OF , GOODS IS LARGE. OUR ASSORTMENT IS FINE. WE ARE SELLING CHEAP FOR CASH. PRINTS AND SHEETINGS, Call at the ,. 1 Fremont Cash Store, Where you will find the largest and finest stock in tha country. ' B. D. AUSTIN; FREMONT, JAN. 18, 1866. 45tf XV. W. WHITNEY'S PALACE OF MUSIC. T take plearara in inviting the attention of mr old X friends and customers and all new ones, in want of anything in the uasio line, to my NEW AND SPACIOUS STORE, No. 173 Summit Street, where I bsre remored mr entire stock, and hare also made auch addition! thereto aa to be able to offer to ths musical public the Largest Assortment of Musical Merchan dise to be found xn the JSorthvoesU The 6 rut floor will be stocked with SHEET MUSIC, for both wholesale and retail trade, String Goods, Mosic Books, and all kinds of small Instruments, such as Vio lins, Guitars, Drama, Brass and Silver Band Initra- ments, Ac , &e. Particular attention paid to the String Department. The Second Floor, 20 by 100 feet, will be used exclu- alrely as a sales Boom ior PIANOS, ORGAXS ASD MELODEONS, where will alwaja be found a splendid assortment of Pianos from the well-known manufactories of Steinwaj & Sona, Chickertne k Sons, and eight other flrst-ctus masere. o. u. ax a. w . amnn'i ceieorsteo American Ur ease, pronounced or all mueieians. superior to all oth ers in the market. Also, W. W. Whitney's New Patent Improved Melodeons, manufactured bj myself. (Factory 10 s ' auuuaii oiraeb.; x.yery xnsirumem auiy war. ranted and satisfaction guaranteed. The entire Third Floor, will be used for wholesaleiag, Storing s wu, anu ropainug uiu infibrumenis. Piano Cotsts, Stools, Ac, wholesale and retail. Organs and Melodeom. rpB! best Pianos in the city will be found at Whole. aw ana neisu . - . Whitney's Palace of Music, 173 Summit Street, Toledo, Ohie. Illustrated circulars free. f CONSIDER "Whitney's ImproTed M'lodeons" a X penor to au oiners. Geo. W. Morgan, Xew York. J. W. Sufiero, Toledo, O. Wm. B. Thompson, New York. L. G. B!aisdell, Monroe Seminary. D. De Vivo, Opera Manager, New York E. Hoffman, Pianist, Varian Hoffman Concert Troupe. Max Strskosch, New York, s nd 100 others. Made only at Toledo by W. W. Whitney. Factory 146 and 148 Summit street. Send for circulars and prioes. ; Erery instrument war- raniea ior ore years. Send orders to Whitney's Palace of Music, mSummitStrrs1 raw. NEW CON FEtCTlONEiVY . Cor Front and Garrison Streets, FBEJIO.T, OHIO, Where may be found Fresh Candy, la all its nrieties, at Wholesale and Retail Also, Gum,' Gum Drops, Chocolate Cream Drops, Licorice and Licorice Drops, Fig- raste, Gell Drops, in iact, every thing m . The line of Confectionery. Also A choice lot af Cigars, matcbek. , c. .' A good assortment of FAMILY-GROCERIES CONSTANTLY ON HAND. CASH PAID or Proilacc. 3" Remember the place, Thko. Clapp's Old stand, Fremont, Uiuo. " F. K. TETER Sc CO. Jtly 14,164. - , : The War is over! Gold has Gone Down 1 AND ": ROBERTS & SHELDON Have reduced the Prices ON HARDWARE TO CORRESPOND. . E ask the Farmers to call and exam ing our stock of s , Tools- and Implements, which consist in part of . Combustion Steel Plow, Curtis' Iron Beam, Fostoria Oast Plow, . Corn Plows, Shovel Plows, double and single, Cultivators, Road Scrapers, Corn Shellers, iron and wood, Straw Cutters, Horse Rakes, . Horse Forks, Hoes and Forks, Rakes and Scythes, ; v. , , 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," tfec, fec, 4&C. Together with a complete stock of Nails, fHouse and Barn Trimmings, uildera' and Farmers' Hardware, zv '.Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, AU of which ws offer at Prices which defy Competition , ALSO AGENTS FOR THE CHAMPION Mower & Reaper Cider Mills, Buckeye Wood' Sawing Machines, : Fairbanks' scales, Our Tin Shop, Is in order, and will fill jour order with despatch. ' ROBERTS & SHELDON FREMONT, O., May l,lftS ERIE RAILWAY ! BROAD GUAQEDOUBLK ' .: TO TRACK ROUTE NEW YORK, BOSTON . and New England Cities. . ' THIS RAILWAY EXTENDS FROM Dnnkirk to New York 460 mie, Hnfialn to Now Vork 423 ill ilea. Salamanca to New York 415 ittilea, ASD IS FROM 22 to 27 mdes THE SHOE, TESTR 0 UTE. All trains run directly through to Ket York, 460 nfeLKiMoM change oj i Coachei. From and after Not. 20th, 1865, Trains will Ipaie in connection with all Western lines, as follows: - fBOM DCNKIHK AND SACAJIANCA- By New Y oik time from Untoa UepoU: 531 A. M. Nem York Dy frpress, from Salamanca, Daily, (except sunoays.; intersects at uomells. Title with the 6.00 A. M. Day Eiprew from Buffalo, and arriTes in new tors at lu.xu r. a. 7,00 A. M. Ezfrtu Mail, from Dunkirk, Daily (except Sundays). tops at Salamanca 0.25 A. JI-, and connects at HorueHsviile and Corning with the 8 3 A.M. JSipreas atailtrom naUAlo,ana arriTOS inMev vork at 7XU a.m. 4 .20 P. M. JVcaj Tor Aist Exprtts, from Dunkirk. . Daily (exceptSondajsj. Stops at Salamanca 7.00 . P. a!., and arrive! isAavl ork at 12 oj rJl- con. necting with Afternoon Trains and Steamers for Boston and New England Cities. 6.10 Jf - Accommodation TYoia, from Dunkirk, daily (excepisunaays;. atops at aiamacca v x& r. and intersects at HornellSTille with 10.45 P. H Cincinnati Express from Buffalo, and arrives in New ork at 4.io r. a. FROrtl BUFFALO By New York time from De pot Cor. Exchange and Michigan streets. 5.00 A. M. Aew York Dm Express (Sundays excepted Arrives in New York at 10.20 P.M. Connects at Great Bend with the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Kauroaa for f B'.iadeiphia Baltimore. Washington, ana all points south. 8,35 A. M. Erprtss Mail, via Avon and Bomellsrille (Daily, except Sundays). - Arrives io New York at 7.00 A. M. Connects at Elmira with Williamsport 4 Elmira Kauroaa lor riarrisourgri, rhiiaaeipma, Baltimore, n asmngton ana points sontn. 0.05 P- AT. Acs Tork Sight Express, Dotty. Arrives in New York st 11 50 A. If. 10.45 P.M. Cincinnati Express, Dsily (except Son days). Arrives in New York at 4 15 P. at. Con necleat Eimirawllh Williamsport ft Elmira Bill road; at Great Bend with Delaware, Lackawanna h Western Railroad, and at New York with After. no6n Trains and Steamers for Boston and New New England cities. Only One Train East on Sunday, leaving Buffalo at 0.06 p. ana rescuing new ior. at u ma. a , in aa. Tsnos or all otner rout a. Boston snd New Englsnd Passengers, with their Bag. gsge, are transierrea jrec oj caarge in ftew x ors. TUK EE5I VENTILATED AND MOST LUXCBIOl'sJ SLEEPING COACHES tyj.V THE WORLD accompany all night trains on this railwsyj Baggage checked through, and fare always as low as by any otner nome. t3 Ask for Tickets via Erie Riuicttf, which can be obtained at all Principal Ticket Offices in the West and South-West. II. RIDDLE, XV 71. 11. BIRR, Gen'ISup't. ... Oen'lPsss. Agent Lake Erie k Louisville Railroad VN snd after Thursday, February 17, 1 866, trains will J run dai'y, (Sundays excepted,! aa loiiows: Lost Fremont, at ......... 0 30 o'clock, A. 11. u Brunei's K6S - - Winters, 10.07 - " . Kansas, 10 21 'Jackson 10 42 m Beach Fostoria, 11 M Leaea Fostoria 11.14 - Arosdis, 11 40 ) Marion .: 12.10 - ArriTSStFradUy, y. 1218 - RETURNING, Imk Ftndlay, st 2.00 o'clock P. M. sHarion 2.S2 " " ." Arcadia, 2 4 " ArriTe at Fostoria, 3(3 " " LeaTS FrtorU 8.17 sjackson S9 " h m Kansas, 8 9 Winters 4.1SI ' Bruner's 4 21 ArriTCStFramont,.... .... 4 46 " u Trains stop only on signal. Trains on this Rosd arrire at Fremont in the evening fen time to connect witn trains on me oieveiana sna To ledo Road both East and West. Trains will leave Fremont in the forenoon after ths arrival of trains from Cleveland and Toledo. Passengers by this line reach Findlsy several hours in advance of any other routs. Buy Tickets, via Fremont, in Cleveland and Toledo, at ths Ticket O&cef of ths ClereJand and Toledo Railroad. L. Q. KAW30 Sup-t, . Fremont, March 2, 1866. TO ALIs THOSE WHO CON TEMPLATE BUILDING. I AM now prepared to tak.jnbs of all kinds of bnildins at a less rate than any other Master Mechanic in this sec tion of country. BaTics; r.l years of experience in building, 1 natter myself ilut lean please all in rsici and sttls, who intrust a job to. ne. J am also prepared to tarnish estimates, plans and snrciSeations of structures st any time, or do job work bythtday. HENRY SBIVELY. rramoat, Jn. 5,1886. let. Photograph y GaWcty . BLODGETT & CO., , HATI lot their Photograph Booms, Third 8tory Kims Block, enlarged, taprored, and refittsd and are receiving the eitiseBS of Saadaaky eounty In vast crowds, to hare their Ptaotoarraphs Taken. ' It doa't make any difference If ths weather . be aloady or clear, Blodfett k Co , oaa aukke a Srst rat Picture for yo. Come and see. Blodfstt Co., will make yoa a perfect picture from the smallest to the largest stse, oaths shortest aottee. Corns aad see. Blodgett Co, hare esses and frames of all styles and sixes ' Come and see. sar Bemember, the best olaeetu Fremont to set tout Icturs taken is at Blodgett k Co's Rooms, orsr Olsrk k leisler'a Store. Oentlemea aad Ladies invited: admit- taaoe. FREE. tTaT Children's niotures taken. Booms open from morning until craning. bxmwxit at uu. Fremont, May7,l8. , . . REJOICEH AND PEACE PRICES OUR SPRING STOCK OF Boots and Shoes ARE NOW IN STORE, ' BOUGHT for CASH! AT PEACE PRICES! If you want good Goods, . WARRANTED NOT TO RIP, COME BUY OF US! We can and wiU sell as CHEAP OB CHEAPER Than any concern WEST OF NEW YORK! Give us a call at our Store, in BUCKLAND'S NEW BLOCK, OPPO SITE BIRCHARD BUILDING. HOOT & MENG. FREMONT, O., May U,18U. . SILVER A D PLATED WAHE. i FINE assortment just reserved, of ths latest styles JX. and patterns. Bnenas - Cake Baskets, Castors, Butter Dishes, Syrup Cups, Goblets, Sugar Baskets, Spoon Cups, Tea Pots, Coffee Urns, Cream Pitchers, Cups, Napkin Rings, Brentihrst Castors, lea Sets, dec, jTThese articles are plated on best White Metal, sad all Vf AJUUUTTSP H SUCH. Misses Sets of from three to fire pieces, plated on genuine A la beta. Plain and Tipp'd Spoons, Tea, Coffee and Table Spoons, . Salt and Mustard Spoons, Desert, Medium and Tat'e Forks, Putter, Pie, Fish and Fruit Knives, ' X3T C11 and sss for yourselves. . iy Post 019 as Building. H. 1. ZIMMIRMAN. Fremont, 0,Do. 2, 1864. OPTICS. TU8T RECEIVED, a One assortment of those eieeUent U (tpnerotaai uiaaaea, a beautifully ground Coooavo Costsx Lens adapted to snit all ages, and mors spt to improve than impair ths vision, the object appearing with the force in all di recti ons. Also, other fine Crystal Glasses, perfect Concaro, Piano, Double Concaro and Convex tenses, la steel, butst sad ttoui n-ames. Eye Protectors. Ere or Nose masses. : Moroooo,Planiahed, and Sarman Bllver Spectacle Cases. rr Call and sea. at ths fost Wnoe Bulimnir. "one JO, 18. H. J. ZIMMERMAN 100 TVEAV Alim FOR A 1IEDICINK THAT WILL CURZ COUGHS, . INFLUENZA, , TICKLING in the THROAT, WHOOPING COUGH, Or Relieve CONSUMPTIVE COUGHS, AS QUICK AS Coe's - Cough Balsam Over Fifty Thousand Bottles Hsts been sold in its native tows, and aot a single ins tance of its failure is known. Ws have in oar possession, any quantity of certificates some oi mem Irom EMINENT PHYSICIANS, who have used it In their practice, snd given it ths pre eminence over any otner compcuna. ir DOES NOT DRY UP A COUGH butit looseus it, so as to enable ths patient to azote- to rate freely. TWO OR THREE DOSES, WILLL INVARIABLY CURE TICKLING IN THE THROAT. HALF A BOTTLE hss often completely eared tbs most STUBBORN COUGH, and vet.thonsh it is so sure snd speedy in its operation, it is perfectly harmless, being purely Tegetable. It very agreeable to the taste, ana may be administered children of any age. IN CASES OF CROUP WE WILL GUARANTEE A CURE, If taken in seaaon. " No family should be without it It is within ths reach of all, the pries being ONLY FORTY CENTS. And if an inTertment and thorough trial doca sot Mback np" the abOTO atatement, the money will be refunded. We Bar this knowing ita merita, and feel confident that one trial will secure for it a home in erery honsehold, Do not waste away with Coughing, when so small an Inreatment will cure jou. It maj be bad of mnj respect able Druggist in town, who will furnish you with a ar eolar ol genuine oemocaies or cures it nas anaoe. Sold bf Druggists everywhere C. G. CLARK & CO., Proprietors, NfcW HAVEN, CONN. Stronff ft Armstrong, and Benton, Dunham & Co- Cleveland, General Agents. DR. E. DILLON & SON, Aug. M, 'toy 1 Agents for Fremont, 0. DYSPEPSIA. DR. STRICKLAND'S TONIC is I Dr. Strickland's ft concentrated preparation of Roots ana nerbs, with antiaeids and car minatives to strenirtheD the stom K sch and nerrous srstem. It is Ci certain remedy for Dyspepsia or In digestion, fterrousnees, Loss of Appetite, Acidity of ths Stomach, Flatulency and Debility, ft is not alcoholic, therefore particularly suited for Weak, Nerrous snd Dyspeptic persona. For sals by all Druggists erery where st ft per bottle. -ua DR. STKICKLANIVS PILE REMEDY hss cured thoussnds of the worst cases of Blind snd Bleeding Piles PILE S. sj, iuc reuei, ana ei- fectss permanent cure. Try it directly. It is warranted to core. For sale by allDruggista at 50 cents per bottle. v 3 DR. STRICKLAND'S CO I tiH MELLIFLUOUS COUGH BALSAM so MORS. is warranted to oa the on'y prepa ration known to cure Coushs, Colds, Boarsene's, Asth ma. Whooping Cough, Chronic Coughs, Consumption. Bronchitis and Croup. Being prepared from Hncey and Herbs it is healirg, snftrning. and expectorating, and particularly suitable for all affections of ths Throat and Lungs, for sals by Dmgjtsts STerywhara. n2yl 4 'rnxir, is s a HAHDWARE I WE Ukthif method of retornijig tbaokf io far mny ruiom fir thir ll'jortl ptron sre (or tb 't Vitlnn YmrB, and to Maaro them th&twe eba.ll eov tinne onr effort to merit tbrir emtiDoed Urora. bvkepiDffa lirtv atock of Hardware, Iron and Kail, and eellioc the fame at the lowest market rmta. CAM ILLO dc BROTHER. hignof the Tad-Lock. Fremont, Ohio, Jan. 6. 1866. nltf. Piso'sXare for Consumption) IS WARRANTED. 1 r T0T7 SAT! Oonsqmption, try it If you ba e a Cough, trj it. If you lave Liing or Throat Disease, try it.' If you have any of the symptoms of this dread ful disease do not fail to try this remedy. If it does you no good your money will be refunded as set forth in ths circular which accompanies each bottle. Sold by DR. . W. GOODSOJf 4 802T, ' Belleyue, Ohio, DR. E. DILLOJT 4 SOX, Fremont, Ohio. tar HOW MANY CASES OF FATAL DISEASE HAVE TOU KNOWT OF WHICH THE FIRST SYMPTOM WAS A SLIGHT OOUGHl." 5,1J Cleanse the Blood. With corrupt, disordered or ritiated Blood, rou are lick jUl orer. It may burst oat in Pimple, or boree, or in tome aetire diaease. or it mar merelr ieep yoa liRtleea, depreaaed and good for nothing. Bui yon cannot care gooo health while your blood la iwpure. Atzr's Sarsafajulla puriree out these impurities and stimutatei the orfiaus of life into rigor ous action, restoring the health and expelling disease. Hence it rapidly enrea a rar ity oi eompuunia wmcu are caused br impnrity of the Blood, auch aa Scrofula, or Kin.gr JLvtL, 1 Mm or i, ctrera, bore, uruptions, rrmpiu, Bioteke, Both. St. Anthony Jr, of ErysjpoUM, Tetter or Salt Rheum, Semld Head, Bin Worm, Cancer or CuMcerams Turner, Sore Eve$, Femtmi JJteeete, such as Ket e niton, irregTUttnt. suppression, trmte , rrtft;y, also Syphili or ftnenml Dtseme, Liver Complmmt, and heart Visemteo. Try atir's SabSapkitxa, and see foryourself tbesurprisiDgactirity with which it clean see the blood and cures thee disorders. During late yeara the pubhe bare been milled by Iarga bottlen. rretendintr to sire a quart of Extract of t'ar aapanliaror one aouar. jioet oi mete nare oeen rranca upon the sck. for they not only contain little, if any Sarsanarilla, bnt often no curative properties vhaterar. Hence, bitter disappointment baa followed tbe use of the rariousexuacts oi i arsapanuawnien nooa uie s&ar. ket, until the name itself has become rynonTmoua with imposition and cheat. Still we call this compound 3ax sanariHa." and intend to supply auch a remedy aa shall rescue the name from the load of obloquy which resta upon it- We think we hare ground for beliering it hmi Tirtnes which are irretnstable by the ordinary run of tbe dia?aeji u ta tntenoea to cure, we can onjy asuure tne iok. that we eiTer thrm the best alteratire which we know how torrodace.aod we ha-e reasoa to be Here, It is by far tha most effectual pu rifle j of tha blood yet dia. coveted by anybody. Ater's Cbkrrt Pxctorax is so unirerfal1y known to surpsM erery other remedy for the cure of Ceufks, Cold Influenza, hoar tenets, Croup, Bronchitis, kneipisut Cou nmvtion. and for tbe relief of Coauramptira Patient a in adrancestagea of the disease, that It is useless here to recount the eridenee of Its rirtuea. Tha world knows th-m. Prepare i by J. G. AYER A Co Lowell, Mass., and sold by all Iiruggiata ana aeaiera in medicine ererywhere. Sold in Fremont, by 0. R. McCulloch, I. Dillon Ju Son. and 3. Back! and & Sou, and by dealers ererj where. eb. 9, lw5. bmx. Use Dr. J. Stephen & Co's Patent OR RESTORERS OF1 THE EYESlGRT. They will Restore Impaired Sight and Preserrs it to the latest renoa or me. tSPECTACL.ES RENDERED USELESS. The most eminent Phy sician., Oca. lists, Dirines. and ths most sromiaent men o f oar : : country, r e- vjt commend ths nse of the . CORNEA RESTORERS for Presbyo pia, or Far or long Sightedness, o r erery person who wears spectacles from old ags; Sireness of Tision, or Blurring; over worked Ere; As thenopia, or weak Ayes; fephiphora, or Watery Eyes; Psin in ths Eye ball; Amaurosis, or Obsenritr ot Viaion;Pbotopho bia, or Intolerancs of Sight; Weak, sees of the Petins snd Optic Nerrs; Myodesopia, o l Specks or Moring Bodies before the Eyes; Ophthalmia or Intironiation of the Ere and Eyelids; Cataract Eyes; Hemiopia, or Partial Blind ness; Sinking of the Eyeball, Stra bismus, orSqoint ina, 4c They can be need by any one with a crtainty of suc cess, and without the least fear of iDjury to the Ere. Mors than 5000 certificates of cures ars exhibited st onr office. Care guaranteed In srery can when spplied sceording to ths directions inclosed in each box, or the money will be re funded. Write for Circular tent gratis. Address DR. i STEPHENS k Co, OcnisTS, At KrUToa's Fsmily Drugstore. No. 10 AstorHouse, Broadway, New York. P. O. Box 828.) . r. S.j-Dr. J. 8tfhs!is Co. hay. Inrrnted and pat ented a MVOPIA. or CORNEA FLATTENER, for the curs of Kear-Sightedness, which has prored a great suc cess. Write for s Circular. yl RING'S GRAY HAIR. ' -frili.--aV'- This is the Axbbosia that Bingmsdsi This is tha Cars that lay In ths Ahbkosia that Bing aaada. This Is tho Slan rrho rrns bold and grny. who now has rarra locks, they say. He used the Care that lay la tho Ambbosia that Klnj nude. This In the Maiden, handsome and who married the man once bald and ..gray. Who now has ra-rrn locks, they say. He nso.l the Ambrosia that King made. This Is tho rarson, who, by the way. Slarricd tho majdfn, handsome arid To the mart once bald snd ffrny, Hut who cow has raven locks, they say. Because he tised the Care that by In the AjtaausiA that Hmg made. This is the Bell thnt rinrr; atray 1 nroiwe the people sad and ;iy Lnto this fnt-t,wlMh heretke l;ty If yon wohM not Ite batd or ffrat, Use the AMVS.OMA that lilng nunlr. LM.TUBBSGn., Ppofsifts Prrri RING'S VEGETABLE, AMBROSIA IS TUE MIRACLE OF THE AGt". Ijiray-heanled People hare their locks re.tnred by it to tbe dark, lustroiu, silken tresses of youth, and are nappy I Yournr I'eop'e, with lifkt. faici or red Hair, hare these unfashionable colors changed to a beautixhl au burn and rjoicel People whose heads ars esrered Vith Zssrfniaad Jfnmers, use it, and hare cr an coats and clear and healthy scalpp! Bald headed Veterans Iare their remaining looks lightered, ad the bare spots covered with a lux uriant growth of Hair, and dance for joy! Young Oentlemea nse it because it ia richV perfomed! Young Indies Uf it b cause it keeps their Hairin P1,ce' .t . Ryerybedy must and tcill use it, because it is the clean- est and tart:e!e iu tre mark.t. For Sale by DOOI.EY ft BROS., Wholsale Agents, Toledo, O., snd 8.BI CKLA.ND k SONS and B.OILtON k SON, frsmoat, and Druggists gsnsrslly. TTD. ITC6 ... ."Ss..,, ' 2 fe&SSSj USE THE BEST. 8ELLEES' . IVER PILLS. PLAIN ASD SUGAR-COATED. (THI ORIGI.VAL, ONLT TRUE AND GIKUIKI ) Hss stsod for Tbirtt years s Stasis Remedy, une qual ed by any roerl cin? known for tbs care of LIVER COMPLAINT, COSTIVNESS, SICK HEADACHE, BILLI0US DISORDERS, sad Indeed for the whole etas of diaesses ariff ostir( la BILi,IAHT OIlBAKOSMEKTS. PREPARED BY B. E. SELLERS CtX, Proprietors, PnuiBrr p For taio by DR. E. DILLON & SON. THKOW AWAY YOVxX C&TJTCH23I -ssr- -t- REJOICE .YE AFFLICTED ONES I RHEUMATISM CONQUERED! RHEUMATISM, OF SIXTEEN YEARS STANDING CompleUly Cored by JOHNSON'S RHEUMATIC GOnPOUNB Blood Purifier. WBT DO TOU SUPFETS tsis-isi raw CUHK 18 AT HAND? Besd ths testimonials sad cs eonrineed: Messrs. B. K. 8ELLEBS k CO. This i. tir. ... for tbe last aixUen years I bar, been seriously a Kitted with Rheumatism, often confined to say hoaae and em nnahls to wa s. Being ia ta Post Office asvot two months sgo, Mr. Clark shserrsw soy ertsnlew en edition. "'a - .uiwua .iKN.maessvoea. poind. I followed his sdries, and now by ths-Messis. of God and the nse of half a bottle of yonr eosstjaaaa,I am f res from all symptoms rf Rheumatism, and caa walk without ths aid of my staff, a. well aa erer. JAMES jfcDOWELi.. . Tarentnsj, October &, I haTs knwTrn Mr. McDowell for a main nr..M .. do not hesitate to roach for ths troth of ths abor statement. JAMC3 CLaRK, Poitmaster. Let the Suffering Read and Cease to Despair! Ma. Johxsox Dear Sir Thia Is to eertlfr that by uiiri thre'-fonrthe of a bottle of yonr BHEUMATIC C0M0CND ASO BLOOD PURIFIER, I was complete- ij syi vuiwra ouruir.iing, slier ASTlng enDsrsd for mots than sixteen JSwar,. 1 ha-re aot felt the) slightest symptom of the retnrn. - 1 remain yours truly, 7.. . . . ANDRIH" ARMSTRONG. Aiifgneny city, stay s, ism. fio it Jam St. DO NOT C 1 0 1 U IG II. BUT USE SELLER'S COUGH STBUP, FOR THE CURE OF Cooglv, Colds, Hoarse neav, inn..... Tlcklluaj Senaatioa of the Tknsat, Whooping Cough, Croup, c ESTABUSHXD 1.1 1835. It is sn old and well tried remedy, and aaa stood tha test of thirty yeara. . Read ths folio lowing; One Trial will Convis.ce! . Bjltisoss, Fairdeld County. Ohio, I .! Jannarja.llia.;! J Mr. R. C t Kunta-Dca r--I am sntirelyrat of your "Imperial Cough 8yrup." Will yoa send may say six dosen. I do not want to be without it, ss it is the' only medicine that will com. so near raising ths dead. I' will ears ths worst cough immediately. I say. rs eussssended it to nersocs sad giran them en. bottle o. trial, and in srery ease, they bare girsa slear tsstlmsws that it gars immediaU relief. ' I hare used it in my own family, and and it a sure rare tor coughs snd colds in all cases. Ons trial will convince say ssrss that it is a sure ears for ths wont of coughs sad colds. Respectfully yours, t A. L. SIMMONS. ,,b0T UJ!ro,n.t tfm"T snd offered without so licitation, ia behalf of ths bast Cong Medieias of the V- . t. -- - . t... .... The. Great Curative .i ..: ,i :. PiTTsirSGK, April 19, liM. R. E. Sau.ua I bare been troubled with a songs for the fast tea fears, by reason of wh!ch I hev frequently been unable to sleep mors than half th. ai.ht i mJ many remedies bnt all ia rata. I heard of your Cough Syrup, and reeolrsd to try it, and now stats that tbs asa of a few bottles hss cured me entirely. I sassrfallT re commend itas a safe, speed 4 and eleewnt cure for coughs ana coiaa. . - Wat WOODS. This is strong hrstimoay. aad gtrea rolautarUy. Prepared by R. t SSLLSRS a) CO- Pittsburgh,.. THE Unequaled Remedy FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD, And driTinj from the ij.tmm mil morbid mattar vhloh indoo 1B. CROOK'S i f Vegetable Extract Cures the class of disesses it is designed for beyond any all medicines known to srsnkiad,. ; . X-r It thi Kjso or ScaoroLa HzBionras, X3T It never (ails to ours Ttraroaa, Ou Soasa, Txr tik, SALT-RHim, or any siacaaa or ths asm For HhenmaUsm IT ACTS LIU A CHARlf, driving away all aches snd pains, and has no canal ia ear ing it. Cs It will Cures Cancer. It will care Chronic Diseases of the Eyes. IT 13 A RELIBLB Medieine for all Disesses which arise from sn impurity of ths blood. See smsll circulars st the Drurritts. OLIVER CROOK ct CO., October 13,196. 41yl Proprietors. Dr. Proctor's IMPROVED IT is unnecessary to speak of tbe esrative sjropertias of Tar. Th. world knows that if its medical propwrtaM are properly extracted sad held la solntioa that there sr. few if sn. remedies equal to it rjt caruLg ail Tarsal and Lung Diseases Tbs great somplaiat has bssa of Tar Remedies, haa been ths want of equality in preparation one bottle be ing good the next worthless snd for this reasoa it was abandoned by many bat now its grest curative powers sre sgaln bringing it to ths aVeatioB of physicians and they find no remedial ageat more valued wbea its ass ia persevered in no szonxr is made of the formula of Dr. Proctor and we print it in fall on circular around the bottle. Tbe Proprietors have improved open this ferat als aa experience has justiflsd them ia doing, sad bjr their earefol method of preparation they not only ob tain all the medical virtu ee of ths Pin. Tree Tar; bat hold it in solution e firmly that every bottle will as of equal merit. Tkoassmas can attest ta its svtas. ! of Tar is pleasant to tha taste and adapted to both children snd adults. Asa tosio giving new life aad vitortothe system it is preferable to the many "Bittera" whieh erewd the mstket snd have s tendency to Increase in tern pet sues. WINS OP TAR cures Consumption, Coop-as, Colds 8ore Throat snd Breast, Bronchitis, Asthma, Diptlnru, Gravel, Diabetes, sod diseases of aha Kidney aad Blad der snd othereomplaints. - Sold by Dragriste snd Sroeers throughout the United States at only $1,00 a bottle. Prepared only by OUTER CROOK ex CO., Dattos, 0. Beware of Counterfeits, Genuine hare " Wine of Tat" blBwaoavbottle. October; IS, 184. tlyl BENZOIN IS NOT BE1YZDTE! Benzoin Elixir la the beat Remedy (br Throat aad Lang Diseases. Benzoin Elixir Is need sad recommended by Physician, of large practies . Benzoin Elixir Druggists write, "it is destined to take the lead of all other preparatiosa because of its great merit." Benzoin Elixir Gives relief to the Consumptive, and also cures Bleeding of tbe Langs. - . For COUGHS. CCLDS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS , IfHOOPiao COUGH, Learner e end Bleeding of las Lsmgs, try one bottle of Benzoin Elixir, And yon will not be without it. Soldi by Drugglats Everywhere At So cents a bottle. OUTER CROOK CO, October 13, 184. lyl Proprietors. HALF THE ITCHING, NO SCRATCHING! C11TKOX BAIA1T1 willeure the ITCH, ARMY , or WABASH SCRATCHES, in eoeer twoappliea tions. It kills the animeenlse immediately, if it ia ther oushlyapplied. The patient oan was it ot with soap sad water the day sfter snd be rid of it. It ia liquid; imme diately penetrates the skin: does aot rub me on clothe.; ia not unpleasant; IT CONTAINS NO alJC&CYCR.ss is safe tm nse under any circomstances. Italso cures Wsrts. and all Eruptive dlssaaei of tha Skn Ulcers, Gasgretasod Rheumatism. It is sn enemy ol Bad Bugs. MannfuetDred by OMVEK CROOK CO-raytea.OUo. Sold by all Drsrrista. . . October 13, 18. ljl.