FREPOrJT DRUG STORE.
s ; , t i : .
IU 1 u
Have now in "store adl 'are reoeiting almost
of I rude.,
!V 2D XEQ XIJ Kr
AND DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES !
4 VI I
r v Perftunery
j0:M;:;::i:;Sd Fine Soaps
Have been thoroughly tested, and their reputation permanently established.
THlR Brands of
E KIN" PA
-Boiled Oil, ami
i ire all made Vy the BEST MANUFACTURERS, and have been sold by them
feraaarly fi? yean with entire eatisfaction. Their- .........
White Lead! and White Zinc,
Wears longer, twers smoother and is whiter than many other brands in the market
- o a r e o n ; O I l y
aleParafine, Machinery Oil, Sec.
Writing Paper, Blank Books and
A VERT HSAVY STOCK AND ALMOST EVERY VARIETY OF
METAL TOP LAftIP CH1MNIES !
The best anA cheapest thing of the kind
Ihey are easily cleaned. - ..
BRUSH ES !
, PAINT, WffiTEWASH,ARNISH, AND AIL KINDS.
V As in the past so in the future' we shall
. -turners. ' .
DR. E. DILLOFJ & M.
FREMONT, OHIO, March 16, 1866.
i 1 1.
every description of Goods in their line
TD .O I L
Heut does not break them and
endeavor to give v
alue sold to all our cus-
V A PTP. R
FREMONT JOURNAL. Local and Miscellaneous Matters.
DEPARTURE OF TRAINS—C. & T. R.
Day Express . :57 A. M.
Hull. ..10 23a.M.
ft. Y. Express 6S3r.a.
Night Express . . 1 28 a. a,
Chicago Express 11 40 a. k
Mill .H r.
Trains leave Fremont dully, Sunday's excepted, oa
LAKI SMI AfOVKTULLS K. AU, 2 W r.
tttltr Lut, H. R. Skwmt.
Dr.Ckoss't Rcaift Book, Prof. Uulckint.
Vioidend Katies, A. B. Miller.
liutkettk Cauda, E. Dillon e Son.
I'm Jmkurgk e Co'e Menagerie.
Final Settlement, Jokn Wellar.
McPksrsa Eosrgrseu Camelry, C. W. Page, C'lfde.
Blare. We baye on hand at the Joi inal
office a full stock of Justice' Blanks.
The brckwork on Mr. McCnlloch's fine resi
dence on Market Street is completed. , ,
The finest Cigars and Chewing Tobacco can
be foond at Anderson & Tallman's. Try them.
Col. Nat. Haynes aoid over a million feet of
lumber lat year, and has ordered three millions
for the present season.
Mayday was dark and unlovely in this sec
tion. It was ushered in with a drizzling rain
leaden skies and a March wind.
By advices from Clyde, we li-arn that Dr. J.
W. Smith offers his large drug store for sale on
very reasonable terms.
J. H. Wilson, corner Front and Garrison Sts-j
has just received a fine assortment of Alexan
der Ladies' Kid Gloves; also, a fresh install
ment of Spring llatsof' various styles.
A child of Depot Sheriff De Witt, of Kor-
walk, about 9 years old, had ah arm broken oa
Thursday last by a fall in consequence of step
ping through a hole in a defective sidewalk.;
Ice Cbbam. Anderson fc Tall in an have fit-
led up rooms in St. Clair Block, over their gro
eery, in a very neat and tasteful manner, where
they are serving ire-cream to ladies and gen
tlemen "in the most approved style.'' '
Musical. One of the finest-Knabe Pianos
ever brought West has just been received by
B. L. Cross, music and jewelry dealer.1 Mr:
Cross has a very fine assortment of musical in
strument of all kinds, ye . is agent for the
celebrated Estey Cabinet Organ. ' " "
Tui GEaMAk' Fjbk Compart made a decid
edly handsome appearaoee t their parade on
Wednesday afternoon. By invitation, (hey re'
paired to the establishment of Mr. Pa nine, east
ide, and partook of bis hospitality in the true
Teutonic style." Long live the 'Fremont!"
The Propeller City of Fremont is expected to
leave Cleveland harbor to-morrow. If possi
ble she will come directly to this place. If the
river should ootyet be in a condition to allow
her to run up, she will take on her first load at
Sandusky, and come to Fremont on her return
from Buffalo. ,- . . l .1 '
Cleanliness is next to godliness. ";f The very
ange? oinst then behold with 'admiration I he
sublime spt15 nation casting off its
filth. The Un ion saTd aid purified. Truly,
Jie good time drawelh nigh." The work goes
bravely on in our own little city, but much yet
remains to be done. Let us be thorough and
untiring. Proportionate will lie the good re
sults, sanitary and monetary. ' "
Max Killed. We are informed that another
fad accident occurred on the C. t T. R. R., on
Thursday afternoon last. .When the Mail train
going West was some two. or three miles west
of this place, running at a high' rate of speed, a
young man employed as brakeiuun on the train,'
by the name of Elliott, was either pushed or
fell from the train and was killed. He was (pot
missed till the train reached Toledo, nor tlia
body found until the next day. ,
On the 2d iust. President Johnson re-ajjpuin-ted
E. R. Shomo Postmaster at Fremont. We
endorse the action of the President iu this par
ticular, very decidedly. "But, how arc you,
Democratic aspirants ? You are not endors
ing " as much as you were, eh T :
Raillery aside, however, there can be no ques
tion of the very general satisfaction which the
re-appointment of Mr. Shomo will give in our
community.- Always attentive, prompt and
obliging, and retaining the most excellent as
sistance, it would be exceedingly difficult to
supply the place otherwise, with approval so
The Cleveland & Pittsburg is undoubtedly
one of the best managed Railroads in the Un
ion. This fact struck us with peculiar force dur
ing a recent trip overs portion of its line. , Its
"time" is perfect, an item of great importance,
especially to business men, with whom so much
may depend upon proper railroad connections
on a single journey; its coaches are also pleas
ant and cleanly, and the officers and employees
gentlemanly and obliging. At the risk of crit
icism on the score of personality, we will cite as
a remarkably good example of what a railroad
conductor should be, Mr. James Bruce, who
runs a train upon that road. The employment
of such men not only adds to the popularity of
a road and the pleasure of travelers, but also
reflects credit upon his superiors. ' ' ' '
PLASTIC SLATE ROOFING.
From the high testimonials which are gives,
and the character of many of the gentlemen
who are using the article, as well as those who
are engaged in its manufacture and the sale of
rights, W judge the Plastic Slate Rooting is
rapidly gaining favor. We happen, for exam
ple, to bave some acquaintance with Mr. Allen,
of Canton, 0., licensee-for Ohio. Kentucky and
West Virginia. He is a gentlemen of large
capital and excelliat' business qualificationsi
and would not engage iu a: enterprise which
had not a substantial basis in real worth.
The want of a good roofing material has long
been felt. Shingles are too susceptible to fire;
tin and slate are too ciKilly and not so durable
as the elastic roofiug, while nearly all the patent
roofs are quite worthless.
Major Josiah Chance, of this city, is licensee
for Sandusky and Seneca counties, and of him
full particulars may be obtained ip regard la the
composition, manner of ue, projwrliesand cost
of the Plastic Slate Roofing.
Issued by the Probate Judge of Sandusky
County, for the Month of April, JBtiG ;.., .
Mathias Swartslander. to Mary K. Bull ; W m .
N. Gale, to Teddie E. Finch -f W. Fates to Mary
I. Inmao; Abijah Ricke, to Juliet M,. rage ;
AmosBoyer, to Mary Jane Waggoner; John
Rowe, to Theodora F. Guinall ;' Wm. Jackson, to
Phebie Diel ; O. N. Keenan, to HaDnah E. Gal
lant ; J, M. Jeffry, to Elisa Delia Ferren j Wm.
A. Allen, to Mrs. Caroline Hines ; . Frederic
Harpster, to Mrs. Mary A. Long J Paul Fought,
to Sarah Parrett ; Walter Metcaff, to Katie An-
lum : G. H. Rolixman, to Annie Mary Myers;
W. H. Gault, to Clara A. Finch ; Herman Seem,
to Mary Jane Myres ; Emmery A. Hurlbut,to
Christina Blanch ; Christian Krabill, to Rebecca
Wilson; Lewis Petee, to Sarah E. Winters;
Edear Fetcc, to Ada A. Winters ; Jacob Ulch,
to Amanda Mitchell; Rev. Samuel Essex, to
Julia Bigley ; Daniel Wilcox, to Mr. Elizabeth
Root : Ruel Thayer, to Mrs. Ann Howard ; Ja
cob Kramb.to Elizabeth ShUcly ; Lewis Evens,
to Caroline Stausmyer Jacob Lasch, to Mar
garett-Hess; : Frederick Zors, to Sarah Skin.
ner; Emanuel Reed, to L,ean fougn,- imnm
Blawor.to Mary Ruling; J. W. Her, to J. anma
B Dwieht; Eldridge Andrews, to Mary E,
Wheeler : Adam H. Baker, to Lydia Ann Zim
merman ; A. J. Sponable, to Philindia Woods ;
Joseph Wolf, to JJzzie, Jforbaumer; Wallace
Strohl, to Mrs. Amanda SlanUn.
The Cost of Insurance on a building covered
with Plastic Slate Roofing is less than one cov
ered with shingles." See advertisement. ; ,
There bow remain only two irg'menls from
Ohio irijhe' service the 25th, now on duty ia
South Carolina, and the 1 1th Cavalry, stationed
in the West. " ' ' ' i " ' ' : ' ;
The famous "warrikou" of the Jltuengtrl
who boasts, of an "honorable" discharge" from
Camp DeanisoD, afcuscs ps of having been a
Quartermaster in the army. It's a mistake,
Mr. Camp. Dennison! During, a three years'
service, we were never out of "the line." But
who hadn't rather have been a decent Quarter
master even during the war than a copperhead
Editor in Ohio, talking about " Lincoln hire
lings" "the unholy crusade against our Southern
brethren," and advising resistance to the draft?
' HAsHKiwn Oahdt. It will be seen by adver
tisement in our paper that our citizens can
now have an opportunity to test the merits of
this much talked-of remedy. Its speciality
seems to be fur diseases of a nervous character
and difficulties of the throat and lungs. We
are assured that the article presented- to the
public is the only genuine preparation of this
wonderful substance ever introduced in this
country,- For sale by E. Dillon fc Son.
Transfers of Real Estate,
For the week ending April 28, 1866, pre
pared by A. F. Gallagher, County Recorder
M Rikert to Wm Baldwin. 20 acres. Wash- f
iuetoiu sec. 33. ' ;.. :Vi . IllW
Jac Mowrv to E Bruner, 0 acres, isauviUe,
sec 31 and 3'4' two
C Mack to G and J A Smith, lot 2L E Sot-
ton's addition to Clyde, 700
N Heaton to C Speck, 80 acres, Jackson,
sec. 30, 3300
A Hishbereer to T Ungerman, npt lot 225,
and SDtlot2S!8 Ulvde. - . IwO
J C Clapper to M Weaver, 20 acres, Madi- '
ison. sec 24, twU
P Clapp tn R Vickery 121 acres, York, see
20 and 29. . , ' ( - .- ?i ' . 7300
Jno Xewman to C Hodes 1 acre. Ballville,
seel and 12, 55
J Smith to P Gores, lot 654, Fremont, 150
P Burgoon. Gdn to J Rechlenwaed, lot 1016
Our readers will remember that Dr. E, Jollie
Mattocks, the celebrated Analytical Physician,
will make his fourth regular visit at Fremont,
on Tuesday and Wednesday ,15th and 16th inslp.
He will stop at Kessler's Hotel, where he may
be consulted on all Chronic diseases. We are
glad to hear that his services are so well appre
ciated by our people, and his success is certainly
unparalleled. . Dr. Mattocks has had a long
experience in the city of New York, and by his
familiarity with disease be is enabled to detect
the slightest disorganization. He makes thor-
ough.examinations, gives a candid opinion, and
does not undertake a case unless there is a pros
pect of doing good. Do not fail to see him ; it
will cost nothing to consult him. We under
stand that Dr. M. is located in Cleveland, Ohio,
and will be there the first week in every month,
and every Saturday during this present year,
and can be consulted at his office, No. 101,
Bond street. -
Cove Oysters just received at the Family
Grocery Store of Anderson it Tallman. -
Thk Uhion Brsissss and Tkleoratoic Oql
liqk or .Cleveland. This institution, which
forms one of the chain of first class business
colleges in the leading cities of the Uniqn, is
located in Rouse's Block, corner Superior (St.
and Public Square, Cleveland, Ohio. ' Book
keeping, Banking, Rail Reading, Sleamboat
iug, Telegraphing, feponcorian .Peninanship,
Short Hand Writing, Ac, are taught by the
ablest teachers in the.countiy. ' Cleveland is a
great commercial center, nd of. course, has a
great advantage over country villages for giv4
ing a sound Commercial a,nd Telegraphic edu
cation. Spenceriaii penmansnip )S taiigm ny
two first class teachers. Mr. Felton, formerly
of Bryant t Stratum's and Felton's Colleges, is
in the new college. 1 he new College is to take
a higher rxeition than the ohl onej ;The, stu
dents of the old College have' mostly gone to
the pew pne. If any of our patrons have boys
to educate, we recommend the Union Business
and Telegraphic College of Cleveland. For
Circulars, Catalogues, tc , write to the union
Business College, Cleveland, Ohio. t
- ' i- . . i m ii ' " ' ' ' ' I
Plaitic Slate Roonsu does not crack bj
frost, or run when exposed to the sun. See ad
vertisement. . . . . ' !
On the 25th of April, 1866, at thts residence
of the bride's father, Capt. J. W. Ileb, of Tif
fin, and Miss .Nannie B. JJw.iuht, ot UlyQe, U.
The happy couple have our warmest congrat
ulation?, and our kindest wishes for a long life
of unalloyed bliss iu each other's society. j
On Thursday, April 26tb, 1866, by Rev. G.
A. Hughes, Mr. Kldbioue B- Ajdbews, pf Al
bion, lud., and Miss Eli.kn WifEKLf.s, of York,
Sandusky Co., Ohio. , ..
On the 26th of April, 1866, by Rev. L. Hill,
at his residence, Mr. A. J. Sfonablk, of Mich.,
and Miss Philinpa Woon, of this county. - ;
April 30th. 1866, by Reyj E. Bushnell, Mr.
Wallace Stkohi , and Miss Amanda Stahton.
At the parsonage of the M. E. Church, April
17th, 1866. by Rev. A. w ilsoo, Mr, Lewis Pe
tee, and Miss Sarah E. Winters, both of Rice
township. .. . - j
At the same time and place, by the same, Mr.
Eduar Prtee, and Miss Adah Ann Winters,
both of Rice township.
At the same place, by the same. May 1st, Mr.
Jacob Ulc u, and Miss Amanda Mitch el, both
of Washington, tpwnshirj. , ,
At the residence of Mr. Davis, Fremont, Ohio,
April 26th, 1866, by the same, Hr- Dfi ip Rioa-
skr, ot Jjenance jo., ana juart a. kilet, oi
this Cii " ' ' : 4 :
On the 23th nit , atthe residence of the bride's
father, by Rev. J. . Thompson, Mr. Emanuel
Kkei, and Miss Leak Fought, all ot bandusky
Co., O.- ' i .
LIFE INSURAKtJE GO.,
OF HARTFORD, C QX$., -
Capital - - - - 911,000,000
IVo. Policy Holders 30,000
livileua - - - - per cent.
THE CONN ECTICUTT MUTUAL
SHOULD BE, PREFERRED:
BECAUSE IT IS THE SAFEST, CHEAP
AST, BEST, ITHASBEESJtEM-
OmTRATED TO BE ,
The Great Life Insurance Ctv
' 9f this country;. ir
I. It has the Largest Xumbcr of Members.
II. II lias Hit JAirrfett Amount insure. -
III. It has the Largest iiurjitHS. t
I V. It has the Large IHcitible Surplus.
1'. It ha lie largest Business.
VI. It has the Largest Inonne.
VII. It has had through, tit tohqle- hitlury the
.- smallest average, expenses. .. , .'. I
VI II. It obtains the largest averagt rates on its
IX. It therefore furnisltes Insurance at less cost
than any qther C'omjxwiy.
All Policies Non-forfeitable.
CONTINENTAL 1 t
FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
OF NEW YORK.
AsMetta - - -Surplus
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
OF XEW YORK, : '
Capital and Surplus - - - 11,645,000
NORTH AMERICAN !
irc InsuTancc Co.,
, . OF 3STEW -SrTORK. -
dixit Assetts, - - 8T51,65,fiT
ACCIDENT , .;
OF C0LOIBT3, O, " '
Canhi Capital Paid iu, - - - $1,000,000
StooVholuer liable for an equal amount in auauion to
aubacribed atock, making a capital equal 10
liitmrM aninirt eyery wiety of cfjident, ! of lift,
or personal injury.,
W. L. BTJTM AN, Agent,
Office In Telegraph OOce, over Garvin, Clark ft Co'a
Dry Goods Store.
Fremont, April S7,l6.-lTtf : ,: ;
f ETTERS remaining unclaimed in the
J-J Post O0n t F
t, 8 lata of Ohio, oa Om Srd
T of .Mar, lsss;
Branr Abraham' "Z 8 w
Brinkmu L. MiU
BUnUO Utm - -
Collins EIImMIH :
DilT MiExta Hits
Dun AmbroM 1 '
O ruber John A
Jonas Wm C
Kingtlnjr P H
Kaiser Chrtitinn MlM
MitcheJ O Mua
0muii Henry 8
Won net Patrick
Rtslr Frueis M1m
Bvon e w
- Bbotm Bsmul
BtifllOT Anato I Mitl
Thoaipfnii a XogUr
To obtain then letters, the apntiflant mvirt call for Ao-
viRTisnD l.rmme, give the data of the Hat, and pay
Ohe Gent for adrartliinr. If not called for In one
month, titer will be sent to the Dead Letter Ofrtee.
-. - H. B. SHOMO, Peatmaater.
FREMONT PRICE CURRENT.
WaiAT,-. .No. 1,11,00 Wo.,$l,J0. Na.t,L0e
fura, per barrel M . . $9,60
CoaE,narbnaael,. ...... .......... . 60
Cot, In the Kar.'.i... ...'...
Ktb, par baanel .. . . .- to
Oats, per bubel .... . 30
. Kaon, per down . 16,
Caaaaa, per pouod . ..... SO
-DESasan Hoes, par hundred f 10,00
LAB,perponnd... . .......llalS
Salt, per barrel Fine, 13,00 Coarne, 13,26
Hroas,per pound ........ .... . 6a8
FLAX Seer, per bushel 1,7
Tiiotrt Seed, par bushel ........... .3,03,00
Clover Seed, perbnehel ..... . -ffi,00a 5, 60
Ha as, Smoked, per pen nd... 10
BaoctDnaa, a 4 ( ."..;.......; 14 :
' Bams, erbnhl.r l,60al,T
PoTATon,nerbasbe) ; ... SOalOO
ArrLBS.Oreen, perbuahel 100
Do. Dried, per beahel.. , ..$2,60
' PEAOBa,pared,pr ponnd a ...16a36
OmoB,perbaahel... ............. ......... . TO
OBicKnrB,Uva,parlb. .... I
Do. Dreaeed, per ponnd ......10
TVBEBTS, Live, per lb.. . 6
Do. Dreaaed, parpoand.,.. 10
Wool, par pound 8Sa46
TOLEDO MARKET, MAY 1.
Wheat Sales of old amber at $2,50 : new
white at $2,46 ; new amber at $2,25. - . r
Uobn firm and ;c better, bales at dec for
No. 1 mixed, and 59)ac for. No. 1 yellow : 60c
for No. 1 white. -
Oats Very firm. " Sales at 48c for No. I.
CORRECTED WEEKLY. Special Notices.
Look Hebe. Every person who expects to
have the management of any kind of business,
be K ever so limited, should spend s time at
the well known Union Business Institute of Col'
kins, Griffin C CV, located at Oberlin, Ohio.
If you want to be a finished business man, a
beautiful penman, or a successful telegraph op
erator, send to the above Institute for a circular
it will tell you bow, and is sent free to any
address. - .
.The attention of all our readers who are
property owners is called to the card of the
ititna Insurance Co., in another column. This
.Company has paid in full it late Josses in this
plaoe-, to Messrs. Tindau and Gusdorf, and was
as usual the first to settle. Cheaper insurance
than the . fltna can be procured from many
agents fierce to do your business ; and in Insu
rance Companies ready to take your risks at
much less than average cost- But no safer,
more reliable company can anywhere be fouud
to furnish you a Policy than the old .Etna of
Hartford. Call on C: Edglbton, Agent, at once
and take out your- papers. '. :
lml - '---' -..; , t- ;
The' Hair Restorer, that jirei tlia best satis.
(action is PKSTACU1NE, nardand sold everywhere.
LlHmbeow,eran.J . .
: A CARD. ' v . ".
, eenoral Insnraace Ueaal Qaarters. .
.fBUMDS ADD FKLUOW-CmiKHS, ABB TOD I.VSUEED? If
not, on word before it is too late.,T, our plaaaant
and lonriahlng tows sod vicinitv haa kmc and remarkn
blj escaped anj eitroiire ravage of the devouring elr.
it, and oar citUens remarkabtj aaesed with exemp
tion from the tvtr and incrya-aera prevailing aeeidentr,
destroying life and limb. Bat no sane peraon will infer
from aoch provideatial escape a, a positive or preasBp
tira iDdemnitT far the future. . ; 3. ;
I have the Agency for all the beat and acknowledged
reliable Lira, Fibb, Habine and Accident Ihsurancb
Companies in the United States.
Among them are the 0I4 and well known. JftBt, Phot-
nix and North American, of Hartford.Coon. The Home,
and Security, of N. Y, and of the (jostly and increasing
ly popular) Accident Organisations, I have tbe new and
substantial Accident Insurance Company of Columbus,
Ohio and the Traveler's Insurance Company of Provi
dence, R I., In which I issue Polls! ee for the month, the
quartet, the half year and the year, that will secure job
a large weekly allowance in ease of injury by any kind of
aecidenta,and incase of death resulting therefrom, a
handsome- compatence for year family, or any other
frienda your generosity may dictate. ' -
M Delays are dangerous," ia swell known axiom, bat
m nothing (of a worldly nature) haa it a mere tmprea
aiva eignidcaoce. A few shillings promptly and judic
iously invested will afford you indemnity for your per.
eon and property to tba amount of thousands.
O. W. PAGE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW NOTARY PCBUC, and
Cenebal'Inscbaece Aqext. v I;
Clyde, Ohio, April 4, 1886. 16w4
"USE THE BEST!"
OR. CLOCK'S EXCELSIOR HAIR RESTORER
it the teal preparation for the hair ever bllered to the
public, and the eaiy awe peasants aAlfAe aunl elmimsd
far tt It rettraigrtf kai'r to;ita original color, nstn
Aatr grtw an mM kemAs when the diaeaae ia not heredi
tary. Rtmmtstcnrf, imintg, tfC , arrears ita falling
eor turning grt),cnre ritk keadaeke and all dtseasts
of ( icaip, causes itarsa a-try hair to become aemulifml-
If soft and fecuriaaty glow. Itia elegantlw ptrfnmtd
and ALL that can be deiirtt for drcuiug. It eontaica
NO sugar of lead ar atker miturai so t;nrtes to the
head and hair and of wkiek atest preparations now in tbe
market are composed butiaaawrey vtgttmblt compound.
We ckalUagc tke world to produce an instance where the
Rattrer has tailed when used according to directions.
Hair wkiu at snow ia with marrtUout rapidity restored
to all ita pristine keaulj by Ita use. ( it not a due but by
auupljtng te secretion of tbe Cappillary Qland arf, as
a Rt&ortr, Among the thousands who have used it, wo
have 7t to learn of ant what ia not perfectly flattened
with Ita reunite. Molktri whose ckiidrtm' hail ia kartk
and wiry or tkin and Kant, will Bod by using the Restor
er, it will immsdiattt improve and may ba dressed in
any position dtrircd thus laying the foundation for a
goad icaQ of hair so dsslrab'e in after life. The pro
prietor la aware or the inauy f do nave neon aieappoipv
by aa high Bounding pretense of tba numerous pre-
parationa with which the market has been oiled lor a
lew years past, bat such entire confidence dots he place
ta the merits ot his Restorer, that he oSers In all eases
to refund tke aseuy after a tkorougk ti tal of .lew hettlss.
It If tyla y give perfect satisfaction. A single trial will
convince the moat aoepUpal of iU merits. Soli) by ajl
drug; late at f 1 J per bottle, or aix bottles for $6,00. '
1 ; ,; PR.F.D. CLOiJli,r-ronvietor,
- 13yl ' Manchester, V. H.
8. Bookland ft Sons, Agents, Fremont, Ohio.
hoot! root! root!
read; rkad: ;
Root's Pestacbjee praearvea the lire of the Hair
changes it from gray to ita original color In three waake
prevents the hair from tailing latne neat amcio tor
dressing the hair aver found in market will surely re.
moiW dandruff and cure all diseases of the scalp is de
Itgbtfully perfumed, eurea baldneae, and will not stain
the akin. w ttl) the story quickly, sal tail Htrue,
when we aay itia perfect Beet 0 re r anal Drceelng
Camblneel. No other preparation for the hair eon-1
tains Peetaehio Nut Oil. 8old by all Druggists.
ORRIN SKINNER ft CO., Sole Proprietora,
10yl. i , . : ! . Hpringijeld, aiasa.
LIFE! UFE! LIFE!
DROPS! DROPS! DROPS!
AiEaicA-v Lira Drops will cure Diptheria, Cougba,
Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Aathma, Rheumatiam, Maura!
gia Ague in the Face, Headache, Toothache, Bruises,
Sprains, Chilblains, croup, t;o:as, rever ana agae
and Cholera In a single da.y. sola oy.au vrnggists,
with full direetione for use.
ORRIN SKINNER ft CO., Proprietors, '
Dehas Babnes ft Co., Agents, New York. llOjl)
... TKV FOIiEV'S
INDIAN BOTANIC BALSAM.
TouwiUSnditonaof the Saleat, Pleaaanteat and most
Reliable Remediea In nsa for Cong lis, fjoiuo.
Croupo, 6ore Throat, Brouchitis, Bleed'
ing from tbe 1.UI1SS na sii rnimonary
For Sale by 0. R. Ui CULL0H and S. BUCKLAND ft
SONS, Wholesale and Retail Druggists, Fremont, p. Sa4
-a CARRIAGE AND CELIBACY. An essay
jy.of warning and instruction for young men. Also,
Diseaaea and Abuaea which permanently Proatrate the
Vital Powers, with aura means of relief. 8ant Free of
Charge, in aealed letter envelopes. Address, Dr. X
8KLU.1N BOUUilTON, Howard Association, Pniladel
House And Lot For Sale.
I Latiiavna enmmh. f-remoat.
16U WM. A. DOCKRLX, Ilffl a . Ohio.
. The advert biav. barlsr baen rnstered taheslra hvSrhw
weoka by nvary aiaaplorecaady, a Aar baring sulletad tot
ewverai yean with a aevara lung affeetiou, ana mat a read
dtneaaa, ConauanaiHoa la naaioua to make known to hia
mlow-auffierars the means of aura.
To all who desire it. he will send a eanv of the ore-
aeriptiea used (free of aharga.wtUi ta direetioaa tor
preparing and using the same, which they will Snd a
sdee Cue a for CoicmmrTio, Astbka, Bbonobitis,
Cotobs, Colds, and all throat and Lung ateetions. The
only object of tba Mvertieer in Bending the prescription
la to benefit the afflicted, snd spread information wh'cb
he conceives to be invaluable, and hopes every sufferer
will try bu) teaiady, aa ft enl -eo.tr then, aeta.tug, and
may prove a bleeaing.
Parties wiahlng una preserfptinu, FREE, by retura
maiu wiu please aaaraea nev. fcUWAKO A. WILSON,
' Tbe Coufeawlonaand aiparienaa.ol an invalid.
rnousnaa lor iu oenent ana as a caulton to young nun
and otbera who Buffer from Nervooa Debility, Premature
Decay of Manhood, fta., Bunplvtnr at the same time the
Meana of Self-cure. By one who haa cured him-elf after
undergoing conaiueraMe qaacktryi- By eneiaainc post
paid envelope, addresrd, single copies, free of charge,
lumj w nu ui id, minor.
NATHANIEL MATT AIR, Esq, Brooklyn,
SylSHP Kings Co., N. Y.
ERRORS OF Y OCT II.
A Gentleman who suffered lor rears fmn Kmuik.
bllity, Prematura Decay, and all the effects of Toothful
indiscretion, will, for the sake of Buffering humanity,
send free to all who need it, tba recipt and directions for
maaing tne simple remedy oy which be waa cured. 8uf
fere re wishing to profit by- the advertiser's experience.
No.03 Chambers S, New York.
STRANGE, BUT TRIE.
Every voanr lady and geatlemaa in the United 8tatea
can hear aomethine- vary much to tbeir advantare bv re.
turn mall (free of eharga,) by addreaaing (he .uadanin-
eo. inoee naming leers 01 oeina aajnoagrea will oouge
by not noticing thia card. AH otbera will please address
tneir ooeaieat servant, thus. r. uhaphan.
62yl 831 Broadway, New York.
McPherson Evergreen Cemetery.
NK MORE RALLY! and perhaps the laat public sale
V- or ramuy iHita in inesenigh anoary, and beautiful
graeada,WIU take piara-oa nUnatay, tba 14lh aaw
or Slay, 1S66, at 10 o'clock A. M., precisely. No
postponement on account of tbe weather.
Tebbs or Sale One third in hand, remainder in six
months and twelve months, without interest.
XtV OBDES Or THE TauSTEES.
C. W. PAGE, Secretary.
VAN AM BURGH & CO'S
WILL EXHIBIT AT FREMONT, SATURDAY, May 12tb.
Doors open at 1 a T o'clock. Admission AO cents: child
ren under d m years 26 cents.
Fremont, May 4th, IS60. 18wl
For The Public Good!
Dr. Chase's Reeipe,:orlDior-
mation for Everybody!
An Invaluable Callectlaa stt aboat Eight Hun
dred Practical Recipes for
Merchants, Grocers, Saloon Keepers, Physicians,
Druggists, Tanners, Jihot Makers, Painters,
Harness Makers, Jewelers. Blacksmiths, Tin
ners, Gunsmiths, Farriers, Barkrs, Bakers,
Pyers, Renovaters," Farmers, 'and Families'
To which have been added J Rational Treatment of
Cholera, alao, of Pluriou, Imtamalion of tkt Lnnrt.
and other Infiammatara Lhecejrand for General Female
DetnlHo and lrrsgnlarities,a arranged ia their appro
,au arranges, ia
W. CnjsK. H. D.
pnaie isepeninenie, VJ a.
, f '. i j' raiCE, , t, ;
In Cloth, $1,116; rapar Covers, $r.0O; Morocco Gilt, s,0B.
We Learn to Live by Living to Learn. "
29th EDITION. j
Thia valuable work can be bad of Prof. Hutehinf. sole
Agent for Sandusky Connty, and at the Muaie ft Jewelry;
Store of E. L. Cross, Borkland'a old Btock, Fremont.
CaUoraendandeetaDeserhitiTO Circular, with refer
ences and testimonials, free. if 1 1 i
Fremont, May, 4, 1866. 18m2. )
GREAT ORIENTAL REMEDY.
H " "A" "I
... , -r -
Tb9 3yTftD OHmtCompt.ii7or fiotfton tvre'nov im.
portiivAnd ander th aaperTlsioil of ft Mtobrtvtecl chem-
.it, HMaetaring a preparation oi tail much estwmed
&utern itimnlant and tonic In tba form of an iimv
bk) coiifoctioo. flcatse it j named, fiaaheash CaaiSr
The remarkable medical virtues of this Orienta drur
have baen known for centuries and acknowledged bj the
hie beet medical authority as standing without a rival
for various dtf Its peculiar: f xiiilentiog proper
ties are now modified by ebemleml combinations, thus
rendering it safe and agreeable erea in the hands of a
It is not presented to the public asasovereiirn remedy
for everj disease that flesh is heir to, but .for throat
and rung difficulties, anell diseaaaabavuojr; Iheir orlfrin
directly or Indifeotly in a deranf etrjeot of the nervous
sjetenx, each as Hit7uivOiaV BAACKm, Lw Spirits,
Lots op Slbxp or Appkttts, Rhbum at ism, Chrotc 1i
aUHtt. iKcirinri Co.ferurTioa, tc t tkc.t Jfctv. it has no
equal. . j.- 1 1 . Xi-.t-U i J
-l.-r-.- .; a Bf'ff j
cAirrioN. ... , ..... v i
A worthleas nrtlcle under a similar name was placad
before the public some time ago, bnt waa soon ascertain
ed to be a baee imposition; therefore in purch.asing.caa
ttnn ahorild ba taken and bny none without the iinarint
of the SYLVAN ORIENT Ct., 161 Washington Street,
Boston, on eacn Box. j .
Price $1 per Box; trial boxen 0 cents.
Wholesale Agent?, 1
STRONG A ARMSTRONG, Cleveland.
E. DITaLON &; SON, , ;
Sole sgents for FremopU , . l8m3j5
Head Quarters !
L o w
XT E ARB NOW 0P&NIN9 A LA ROC and well a
ed Block of
Dli! GOODS, i
Roots and SliocSvj;
Uals and las, kc.,
All of which have been bought at (be
in Kew York; and we are offering the entire' stock a
prices -nat win .
7 DEFY COMPETITION: ; j
WawoaM aay that we. hava-determined to make thia a
aaanentinatituaon and have the facilities Ineieryra-
peat and avail time, to compete favorably with any es
tablishment ia Noithern Ohio. We will at all times keen
FIRST-CLASS .GQOPS, AND SELL
THEM AT A LARGE PER CENT.
LESS THAN THEY CAN BE i
BOUGHT ELSEWHERE, rf -f
GIVE US A CALL!
And compare our price and goods with tba price asked
yon at other plaosa, anal yoa will ba convinced that the
way to ,
Buy your Goods at Head Quarters.
CASH PAID FOR '
AltD ALL BINDS Ot
GARVIN, CLARK & CO.,
; f rcaont V AprjJ lT,18onV-I7Mr. Q ' ,
i-ijrii V r'.',v"i'2i'f
t I t
' ( J 1 i
VirE'hav raeelvadoar saawsautoak af BOOTS sad
v f onvKS,
!- Bought for Cash,1 !
C ARB FDLLT SELECTED BY OUR
SELVES, AND WARRAN
TED; TO BE THE ;
, s AV TBE MARKET
As all branches of trade are la aa unaattled atata. wa
a-opoee to sell our goods St a varv small nrodt. If tow
wmi mn vovua a, low
YERY LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
Don't fail to inipect onr plendidtock. Wn hr Um
Mn ot laetntiM for baying to adTaataga. and eaa t
ft ii. Mil uoooa rowtr Man
Any Concern in lite West! '
We Warrant our Work, and bare r.iit
to make our warrant rnod. We have ladiM' rnn.ru.
uaiiersror II xit, oil, Tt UO, no to the rery finest.
Mena' BoU for 60, ii ti. 3 OO, and np to tba
best Frenoh. Miasea Gaitara, Balmorals of all varieties
add price. Boys work of every description; children.'
workofevsrv kink and price. lo fact vow can And almoat
ana Bina 01 BUUlS and SHOES you may want by
calling on na. .
Maniofacturing & lie pairing
"one 10 tne neat style and Warranted to p'aaaa. Our
Store is at the same old stand ia
BUCKLANDS NEW BLOCK,
HOOT & MENG.
Fremont, April 27, 1866. 38 I7tf
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4 ,g -'- g.
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ft, ...P.v! ;
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TN INTRODUCING this RooOng Material iato thlaseo-
X tioa of the country, we feel that wa ara introducing
no humbug. It haa bean subjected to the ssi sweat testa
for rear, la the Eaatera State, with perfect ssKeeaa. Ia
our own State It was ArBt brought into una laat Bumi
nd all wbo nave naea it among us give it ua nigneat
recommenaationa. n ia
Fire-Proof, Water-Proof and
Dnrablee . . -
It la much cheaper than shingles, slate ar tin, and la
preferable to either aa-a raoueg material, n eaa na ap
nea to room, oi any pucanon oa, iv pnynuicwr.
'be (mat does not crack it, nor dors beat or ataam die-
niee arnenetratait. It la aa excellent nvaaervaUvu
whea mixed aa a paint-for farm buildings, railroad
haidawa. fenoea. aponting aud Nachlnery. Wa cannot
better recommend It than bv presenting in thia ooon
tion tbe testimonials of two of onr leading men, whoso
sound judgement In matters of this kind will aot ba
C. Anltman. President of the Bnckeyo Agricultural
Machines aenrfeatuaing Joint 8 lock Ceanpany, expsea-
sed himsau iu tne louowing Terms:
Ruth. O.. Jannarv 24. lSAS.
Ta all rkom it man concern: I herebv eertifv that I
have very carefully examined a new article of Rootng
material produced by the Plastic Hoofing Company, and
ui well aatiaded. of ita auneriaritr over all other mater
iala used ar that purpose, not earepnng ina paiw aiawi
ifself. Such ara my eonvietions of ita avealleawa that
when tahall have roalinr dose la the fatare I aaall use
nothingarse if this can be had. - - -
Ca.vtoi, O, January K, lSw.
PtaMltc Slats RV C'ewiwaiMf, JVew rera.- . --
Gentlemen Having heard of your new KooungnTatav
i.i i eonclnded to teat it on mv Btoulding Shop, which
m.eh exnosad to Bra froat sparks faUingaa it whilst
ni. wm were eaattur. I waa compelled to have a watch
maa with a pal of water ia hia hand, two hnara each
an keen the thina from boraina: down- Year aaw
ftoofiwg haa removed all danger aria! ng from thia aaurae,
as it seeme to be perfectly dra proof, aad water has no
saoneflaetapsattthaBltnaaoa a aooee'e baek. I tie
notslfeeacdkyeitberbeatovnold. In short I eeUere it
Is dvstined to go Into general nsa. Many ara bow uslnf
It with the same results about tnia vicinity.
Yoara respectfully, I. BALL.
Being the Lice usee for Plastle Slate Booing ia. Baa-
dusky sua Seneca covnuea, i am preparew en mane eoar
tracts mrnonngoil(linga,nriagea, ac,vorurnisn aaaier:
ml to -those who wish to do their owa rooAnc. and to dis
pose of Township Bights te those who wish to go lata
the business in inia way. auureaa
' r. . . i -TOSIAII CIIAW CE,
' ' Fraasont, Ohio.
Office in Bnckland's old Block, third story.
- Fremont, April ,18ee-14tf.
Sash ! Doors 1 Blinds 1, '
Latli and Shingles
FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING AND
. PLANE D LUMBER I ;
lat fact EVERT THMtt BMWeieel ta kallel :
I WILL 8AT TO ALL who anballdlng'ev contemplate '
buildlnc thia seasoa. that I hit w f.
Inrnlsh bnildinr materiala of all kinds this raw. tk
ever before- 1 have aanaatd the LAJWC8T iXOGK a-
SASH, DQ0RS, BLINDS, : ; : " 1
FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING, : - j
WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES,
MOULDINGS, Ac, tu, . ' ;
In thia section of the 8tate, which 1 am aaDng at great-'
ly reduced prioea. atj work ieall ma.ia tram iUmr mma
I alao have on hand ?S,MM Mack WalauA adao aad
to make room for other kinda of work.
Scroll Sawing and Turning
Donate order in the' beat 'pons! Me style. ' All kinda af
J i and Rip Sewtnc far enrrtae aaal nn. aa.se.. amam
on abort notice. .lalaaMaaafaetara , . .. .
PINE TUBS FOR CISTERNS,
Which are mack better than kriok and aoat lea.
To the mechanic or Ihrasar in the oWntry -who banle
hia huaeer t my mill ta ba worked, I will any that ba
shall not be detained, aa I hare now .,
Two First-Class Pkoiogllaclii&es
that turn oat tbe work with dtopatca. '
T1 II. . wive m a Mil M.m I- . . j.
aatiervvoa that the old waU kw. . . w ok- - j w
m( at I i 1 o. th. " " .
EAST SIDE OF THE RIVER.
tm thaw 1tbu ta how ffinr aana ilHvnar M ftaaewtaa 1. -- - - .Li.
year than any other aiaeein the State.
290,000 ft-laf Paplar anl A en Laaslr Wsvat.
94 torwbtehlwiliaay thOThigaassaiilai -
! NAT. HAYNES.
Fremont, April , 1864. 14m. '
iBaslneaa men .TJectaanlcw Ererjraodi-
, SHOULD lXStfUE AOALyST
'.''- THE ORIOIXAL' 1 ' '
TRAVELER'S INSURANCE 0
' OF HARTFORD, CONN.,
CAPITAL, - - - - $500,000,
: .INSURES . AGAINST :
ACCIDENTS O F ALL KINDS
CatHslng Bodily la Juy,
Or IiOss f JjUsu
TT IS CHEAP. ' '' "
A Policy for 14000 In caae of fatal accident, or l aar
week in ease af Gambling injury, easts bat ti a S pat
year. Any aum from ZoOO to (10,000. with $3 to to
weekly eoinpenaatioa, at proportional ratea. Iilaeasa
vnian ror ava yearn. - . ..
. IT IS 15IVEHSAX.
Thia Comnanv insnrta asainat all aorta af aanlnWal.
wbethar tbey aecnr ia traveling, working la the aaoa wr
wjcwtj, wuaiwg m u,w luwn, BWiasauag, nauag, naaa.
ing.t ahlng, etc It isanaa polidea for all persona la all
partaot tba Catted Statca aad Csaadaa.aad craata per
mlta to visit aay part of tba world. Thia inaafanea u
sought after and valued by all tissue of naaa, rich ar
11 n UCaljBtlAiK.
The TaaVELEEa of Hartford ia tba eldest efeesdeart tnu
auraaoa company in tbe L'oitl Stalea, and eetaaitaaed ew
a Arm basie. 1 1 haa lseaed many thousand nolictaa, paya
elainn for eoaapensatioa almost daily, aad Ita las 'liiasa la
steadily increasing. Ita capi'al ia ample, fa direetary oi
tba biahest character, and It baa eacr As a ualhon an
cook for too pammant of leun. , ,.,
No JTIedlcal ExauatinatloBi RcuiaJrata.
1 mT 'lhree eenta a day will insnra a aana for taMn. aa
110 weekly compensation: for one year.
nuu.-vsi liBnaiSfOeary. - c --t
J. O. B ATTEBSON, rTea't.
VT. H. G00DS0N, Agent,. .
". - BeQavuavO.
Garniture Ware RcohaS.
C. XV. TSCHUMY," "
TAKR3 Bleaawra ta announcing that ba haa ealarrwd
aad Improved his Farnitan ataauaMtory aad War
House Booms, situated oa the oomer of
Front and Garrison Streets,
Directly eppoette T. Clapp-s Stare, where he la piepaied
to supply all In want of Furniture with aa goodaa arti
cle, aad aa CHF.AP as any other lutahllaliasaail ha aaa
duakv eoanty. Ilia stock consists of ' , .
BurtuMs, Tables, Stands, Chaws, BdsUaxU,
PARLOR FURNITURE, aad ia fact every arttcie efFur
a I tare requunte to housa keeping. All deeeripttoua of
Fumitura manufactured to order aad WABHAKTED, .
sjaui mi any ware atapoaaaa.; .,! ,
I have hvM enllt a aplendid'BEARSE. end usnanJ
tonuoumimey Wimenua, furaiehiag COrFLKS, aa la srr
line. WrviNH always on hand, or made a arder iaa
medlately, fn have alao oa hand . '.
risk's Patent Metallic Burial Cases,
Made af Impariabablo materlaia, anaxoeled inehxs aad eat
to nrnvent rust, aad tba exterior has a Ana Rosewood
finish. Whea property cemented the remains af tba de
aaaaad ara free from Irruption af water ar tba da pa s an
Bona af vermin, and may without efleasiva edor be kept
aa long as deeared, than obviating tba annual 1 1 of kaeiy
earUia 1 ba.ro taem of all sxesa.
Fremont. Jan. ISM. . C W. 'IWHaJBlI.
mramm. w u wm Tory aeat ol Maeaiaery and tba aapar.
ior ability or my Foremen aa Blaster Meehaaiea aad
flratejaaa warkiea iw wirl ... . i .
. w wavwiiva na ua
v, ,: ST ATEMBNT
Of theCeodiUonof the
, , ,
MANHATTAN INSURANCE C0.t
On the 1st day of January, 1866, mavis 'fa the
Auditor oj Vhio,. ptrsuet to Me Statuu OJ
that State. , ....,.-. ....
BABB ABO toOAnoar. - -
of the Company, la Manhattan Insurance Cesav-
1 is local
the City ot New York.
I. caFITAL. '' '
Tba anreaat of Its Capital Stock all paid up,
is.... ,. .... ........ ..-aowiuv w
Cash of the Company oa nana sad la tba
hands of Areata and other persons.... ..a 127,97 IV
The Bonds anl StT'Cka owned bv tbe Company a6o,0S SO
Debts due theCawipaayamuad by BMrtgaga lSa,4M
iiabta otherwise seeurea . juiws ew
Bills reeei ruble for Marina premruma l,31 SS
All other Secuntiee Interest. J26 SS
Total Assets af tba Company. .....IJ17,1 eS
lit. UABIUT1BS. -
Loaaae unadjusted aad losses la suspense.
wnltinr for further proofs ... .. I7B,eae DO
Another claims against the Company Ua-
clalmee dividends. itb aw
Total Liabilities ,
ITS, 322 M
Tba gran teat amount t Beared ha any aa risk.:
The greatest smoaoi Miuwee ny ua ruiea as
be insured in any one city, town or vilierw,
Tba greatest amount allowed to bo Insured la
sny one block . . . .
The amit at Ita eanltsl ar warn in. denostt-
edia aay State, as security lor losers uerma iua,eua vo
Deposit required in Ohio herewith aaada.
State or Kew Yobe, Cocbtt or Xxw Yowx, as.
William P. Palmer. President, and Andrew J. Snrith,
Becretavyof the Manhattan Inaurnnen Caasnaay-, baang
severally rwnrm, depose and any, that tne foregoing ia a
fall, true and correct atatemeotof tbe affairs of tan eeid
Company; that tbe said Inauraaea Coajpaay ts the bona
Ada ownerof at least One Hundred Thousand Dollars af
actaal Cash Capital lavaaead ia Stocks aad Bneada, ar la
Mart rues aa Baal Estate, worth doable the amount far
which tbe same ia mortgaged; aad that they saw tba
above described Officers of said tnauraana Oosapaay,
W. r. PALMER, r-reeioent,
ANDREW 1. SMITH, aetieiary.
Buhacribad and sworn, before me, this list day af Jaa-
Seal.l " - THOS. L. THORN EIA,
Five Oeut Stamp. ' Conam'r for Ohio iaN.Y.
. Orrirs or na Atwitob ev Brara, (
CoLtrBBSn, O, February , lsoo.
It ia harebv csrtined. that tba miacotng is a correct
eapy of the Statement or Condition of Uas Manhattaa
Insurance Company of New Torn.
Witness my nana aaa sens, ommauy.
ISeal.1 -A3. H. OODMAN, -
1 Auditmaf Stata.
: CERTIFICATE OF A UTHO&H T.
(To expire oa the list day of January, 1167.)
OmcB or tbe Arniroaor State, ' I
Insurance Department, Columbaa, Feb. S, IMS.
Whereas, tba Manhattaa Inauraaea Compaav. located
at New York, in the State of New York, has Aled ia this
ernes a sworn statement at ita saaditioa,aa svqniawd ba
ths first section of the act "To regulate Insurance ten
paaiea not Incorporated by tbe Scuta of Ohio," Bean 1
April S, 18M, and.aaaaadad February , ISM; aaw,
whereas, said Compaav has furnished the undaraignett
satisfactory evidence tbat tt is poses ased af at least One
Hundred Thoaeaad Dollars af actual capital kaveated la
stocks, ov bonds, or in mortal. eve of real jstata, worth
double the amountfor which the same sasrtaagaa; eaa,
whereas, said Company baa Aled in this ootoo a written
taatrument under iu oorporate seal, signed by the Piwes
dent and Beevwtary tbareof, antharunaaj aar ngwat or
sseaU of said Company ia thia State to acknowledge
Bsrvlcs of process for and in behalf of said Company, se
eordingtatliervmBofsaidlaw. - t
New therefore, in pursuance at tba first section of tba
aforwaald t, I, Ja H fioM ia Auditor af Btata tev
Ohio, do hereby certify that said Manhattaa laearaaea
Coesnaay. of New York, is authorised to traaaact tba
business of Fira sad Mariaalasaraaea ta thia Btata ua
til tbe 31st day of January, ia tba year oaa thousand
eight hundred and sixty-aevea.
la witness wheiaal, A have hereunto aubarribed my
same and eansed tbe seal of my oAice to be sailed, the
dav and year above written.
I Seel, i JAB. H. GODMAN.
Five Cent 8tamp. Asditor of 3tata-
D. S. CAMFIELlF, Areata
rtw3y - " ' FRSMONT, OHIO.
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