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FREMOMT DRUG STORE.
DR. E DIIlON & SON OFFER FOB SALE 600 Jba. EXTRACT LOGWOOD; 1200 lba. COPPERAS; 1300 lbs. B8ST MADDER; 160 lbi. PRIME INDIGO; 1000 bottles PERFUMERY AND HAIR OIL. HAIR RESTORATIVES, the best the world affords, impart ing Life, Lustre and Beauty to the Hairand restoring it to ita Original Color. An immense stock of the most elegant and beautiful TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES. Superior inducements will always be offered Caen Bcra-as at the Drug Store of FacxoiiT, Ohio., Sept. 31, 1866. 38yl. to Much a nts, Dbi'ooists, Pbysicians and all DR. E. DILIOX V SON. Extraordinary Inducements IN THE LINE OF O Iffi O IK-E IER Y. ! China & Glassware ! EVER BEFORE OFEERED TO THE PEOPLE OF iH,.""i2ro.:"2E'""--Dir. n icsr nr AND VICINITY, ARE NOW FOUND AT THE I M 1 1 A POT OF I I THE MOST BEAUTIFUL SETS ARE OFFERED AT PRICES THAT AB- C. M. W A D S W O R T H , IN CLAPP'S BUILDING, Front Street, 1st door South of Garrison. B0LUTELY DEFY COMPETITION. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN ARE IN VITED TO CALL AT ONCE AND VERIFY THIS STATEMENT. FREMOJiT, OHIO, Aug. 31, 1866. 35 w3. Clothing! Clothing! (One Door Aorlh of lVational Bank,). WOULD ANNOUNCE TO THEIR NUMEROUS CUSTOMERS THAT THEY HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM NEW YORK WITH A " SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF CD ID 1 OD IT XHX TL 030" I MEN'S AND BOrS WEAR OF EVERY STYLE & QUALITY. Piece Goods, Cloths, Cassimers, Hats and Caps; Gents Fiirnishig Groodi?, Trunks and Valises. to ed for it er I Ill lJ I J - A J r1 r ' A I I .11 TJ t J ZJ. f is a Done to order, and s manner unsurpassed elsewhere. DRYFOOS & BROTHER. Fremont, May 18, 1866. 20yl. a the live FOR THE YEAR 1866, I may be found st my room in the Creaaaa Haaae. Fresnaut, fnusetaU oa the following days by my pa tients snd all invalids wishing to consult me: Tuesday and Wednesday, September Hth snd 19th. Tnesday and Wednesday, October Id and 2d. Tuesday and Wednesday, October 16' hand 17th. Tareday and Wednesday, October aoth and list. Tuesday and Wednesday, November 13th snd 14th Tuesday and Wednesday, November 27th snd Mth. Tuesday and Wednesday, December 11th snd 12th. Wednesday and Thursasy, December 28th snd 27th. THOS. H. GRKENOCGH, M.P., PhyBleisn for Chronic Diseases, 216 Summit Htreet, (naar White's Hal 'j Toledo, Ohio. f?tf. IA (ha MAFUFA CTUS.ER AND DEALER aim. or TOBACCO AM) SEGRS la . acklaa's . law Black, Oppaalta 1st Katiaaal Bank, FREMONT, OHIO. SIGN OF THE BIG INDIAN, GROCERS, Saloon-keepers, and Hotel proprietors are sspecisJIy invited tooall and examine mv Stock. II Is ths largest and most complete of any now kept in this section of tbeeonntry. My motto is quick sales and small profits rremont, Nov. 24,1864. r. poss. BOUNTY ! UOU1YTY ! THS "EQUALIZATION BILL" hss st last become s law, as haaslao the bill to increase invalid Pensions tin certain oa sea, sad to give Widows extra Pensions for -their youig children. Now bring on voir discbsrges and other vidcoos ss soon as poeaib e. Delays are dan Cerou. Q. w. PAtiE, Attorney st Lav, Aug. 10, ISM. 32tf. Cl7'ls,0hio MRS. WINSLOW, An experienced Nurse and Female Physician Presents to the attention of Mothers her in in Cir.rVfT1TTTTVTri lT1T7"nTTTii na OUU I M 1 IT OlHU I ' -representing For Children Teething, which KTMtlj favcilitates the proof wi of teething, bj fl minrthe rania, rAdaeiog all iDflamatioos, will ALL PAIN and ipumodtc action, and la Sure to Regulate the Bowels. tWpend npon it, mo then, it will gir rest to yoanelrn and Relief and Health to Your Infants. We hare pat np and Hold thli article for over 30 rears, aadOAKCATiarcojrriDKircE akd tklth of It what we hare nerer been able to ear of any other medicine SaTKB MAM IT FAILKD IV A PISOLV IVSTAVCV TO WTTWCT A ! eras, when timely need. Nerer did we we know an In- j taaee of dimatisfaeton br any one who naed it On the contrary, ai 1 are delighted with its opera iona, and apeak in torroa of comnwndaUon of ita magical effect and medical rirtae. We peak in this matter "what wi do mow," after 90 yearn experience; avd ilcdgb oca asp UTATIOV fob thi pclkillmut of what wi hkrk dm ola Rat In almost erery ioetanee where the infant is naff ring from pain and exhaustion, relief will be fonod in fifteen or twenty minntea after the syrup ia admini. trd. Foil dlrw-rtion for nii will acompanr each bottle. NotMt genuine vnleas the fac simile of CURTIS & FER KINS, New York, is on the outside wrapper. Sold by all Druggist th rough on t the world. PRICE, ONLY 35 CTS per Bottle. Nay la, 186 S0m S M f- the the --, A TEAR made bv a iv one with BIS Stencil Toots. No experience necesssrv. dents. Cashiers, and Treasurers of 3 Banks in dorse th i circular. Sut "ree with simples. Address the American dtsncil Tool Works, Spriogoeld, Vermont. B30n3 S2,000 The PT.s'dn the were past We that to was was FREMONT JOURNAL. Local and Miscellaneous Matters. DEPARTURE OF TRAINS-C. & T. R. Trains la. Fremont daily, Sunday's exe-pted, on OOI SO EAST. Day Express..... 3:24 A. a, Clev,Express... C:14a.H Mail 11.23 a.m. N. Y. Express . 6.13 r. a GOING WK8T. Chicago Express 8 37 A. . To'sdo Express 10:M a. a. Mail 6.1r.M. Night Express ..11 48 r. a. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. E. R. Griswold & Co. Merchants. Hoot & HeDg Boots fc Shoes. W. S. Russell Probate Notice. M. Dryfoos 3 advta. Olaghoro t Deflenbaugh Marble Hall. T. J. Johnson Public Sale. I. A. Hutchinson Claim Agent. Henry Gilford Dancing Parly. National Publishing Co. Agents Wanted. H. R. Shomo Letter List W. I. Kelley Administrator's Notice. Fair Postponed. The rise in the Sandusky river has overflowed the Fair Grounds, carrying off a portion of the new fence, and otherwise so materially injuring the grounds that it will be impossible to hold the Fair this season. It 1 to be hoped he popular demand for higher grounds will be acceded to by the Society and that hereafter our County Fair will not be drowned out Pilfering, One C. Richards, living in Green Greek, this county, a fellow of poor reputation, was caught stealing a pair of boots, Lt Wednes day evening, from a box at the door of Smith Rrna t Vi i eitv TTo wee irnaljiil anrl w.a in have hi. trial yesterday afternoon before Justice Dickinson. Ben Butler at Tiffin. A delegation will leave Fremont on horseback at 6 o'clock next Tuesday morning to hear Gen. Butler speak in Tiffin on that day. People from out of town, who intend going, are cordially invited to join the party here or at convenient points on the route. Railroad Swamped. Trains on the Lake Erie t Louisville R. R. from this city are tem porarily prevented from running by the high water. The switch at this point is inundated, with an engine on it which cannot be got off I uuui we wiier receaeo, wnicn win proDHDiy oe by to-morrow. Entertainmenta During Next Week. The Peak Family Bell Ringers, assisted by the celebrated Berger Family, will give two of their popular entertainments in Birchard Hall, Then- day and Friday evenings next the second and last Fair days. This is the largest troupe of Bell Ringers in the world, and their concert will present some rare musical novelties. Failure to Fill an Appointment Mr. F. HABsraaca, who was announced to attend a Union German meeting in this place last Wednesday and in Port Clinton Thursday, fail ed to fill his appointments. Wc learn from Co lumbus that the cause was ill-health. A Aery cholera, and took the stump before his strength had fairly recovered. The arduous labors of the campaign soon effected him seriously, and he has been compelled to withdraw. To the Union men of Ballville. In con sequence of the heavy rains, we are obliged to dispense with a part of the programme in going to Tiffin on Tuesday Oct 2J. All Union men in the township that can or will go on horse back are requested to meet at the School House in Ballville Village, on Saturday evening Sept 29th 1866, to make arrangement, and we also ask the co-operation of other Townships. By short time since Mr. H. had a severe attack of order of the COMMITTEE. Sept. 26, 1866. Ministerial. The M. E. Conference, re cently held at Mansfield, made the following appointment's in the Sandusky District: Geo. W. Breckenridge, Presiding Elder. Tiffin, A. J. Lyon; Sandusky, W. D. God. man; Republic, N. S. Worden, and one to be supplied; Bellevue, G. A. Inghes; Monroeville, Elmore T. Warner; Nor walk, Alonro R. Pal mer; Perkins, J. T. Phelps; Milan, Andrew Pollock; EastTownseod, P. P. Stroupe; Clyde John S. Broadwell; Port Clinton, Anson P. JoneB'and B- A Di,ney; Melmore, Geo. Mc Killips, and Orlando Pearce; Fairfield, Luke 8. Johnscn; Uentreton, Daniel M. Conant; New London, james a. n.euam; xiass island s Mis- I sion. to be supplied. I The Weather High Water. The win dows of heaven have been wide open for nearly forty days, and the deluge is upon us. Wed nesday, however, the rain slackened, the sun came out beautifully, and although there was no bow of promise it may perhaps be safe guess that the storm is over. Not so with the flood. Sandusky river and its tributaries are booming, but up to the time of going to press. (Thursday noon) the water is reced- sing. Old se tiers say it is nearly up to the high water mark of '47. Valleys everywhere are inundated, and the corn and wheat in the fields will suffer extensive damnge. From up the river we learn that in the neighborhood of the old Treat and Decker farms more than 2000 acres of land is uuder water. Near Wolf creek the houses of John Haltkb, Taos Wicbrbt Hibam Pool, and others are completely sur rounded. In Mr. Turner's wheat field, above Wolf creek, the water is deep enough to swim a horse. One abutment of the Tindall bridge, at the saw mill, is gone, and fears were entertain that the wholo bridge- would be carried away. Fences, lonae rails and wood have been swept off; small bridges and culverts are gone, and in many places the roads are impassable wagons. The river is three feet higher than was last wsek. A us I What we should have done with the tremendous I crowd that would have been here had the weath- not been so fearfully inclement for a week previous, it is difficult to say. As it was, the I town was full and presented a lively appear- as The Great Union Meeting Last Friday. -The ardor of the Union people of this county not easily dampened. Threatening skies and raw atmosphere last Friday morning did not deter them from pouring into town to greet the Southern Loyalists who spoke here on that day. few selections in Union Hall, started to meet Ballville delegation, which appeared at the upper end of Front steeet. This delegation consisted of thirty-eight wagons, chuck full of Union men and women. The first vehicle the procession was a car tasti fully hung with evergreens, and bearing the motto on each side large lotters : "Libkbtt Tubouohoit The World." Ou a raised platform on top stood a handsome young woman Miss Ncttiz Nrason the Goddess of Liberty holding American flag. The nest, drawn by eight bones, was a car decorated with evergreens and flowers, containing thirty-six young ladies ap propriately dressed to symbol the States of the Union. In another wagon was the drum corps, which performed familiar music to the ears of "Boys in Blue." As the procession passed sat ner we do through the streets the sidewalks were lined .1 - . I 1 i i e I . iin euuiusiasiic cruwue wuu vutrvrea vociier- I We ously. Other delegations from the country came in afterwards, and the crowd repaired to depot. - The forenoon train brought the Southern loyalists and other speakers,and they escorted into the city for dinner, At half one, P. M the people assembled in the Park, where the meeting was to take p?ace. Speeches were made by Judge Pattkbso, of I Tennessee; Gen. Davis, and tien. Walkkb. have not space to give even the briefest synopsis of their speeches. It isenough tossy they were eminently satisfactory, as evi denced by the manifestations of applause with which they were received. Over the entrance the Park was formed an arch, upon which a streamer bearing the words : '-Welcoms; Loyalists, Firm, Tried and Taut .' " The stand roofed and enclosed on three sides with flowers and branches, and flanked with appro. 1st W I; O V . VI; I; 8th 169th J i; Leiut 4 Friat6 "" Banners, flag., mottoes, eta, were distributed through the crowd, giviug the Park a gala appearance. At the conclusion of the speaking, a beautiful silken banner, prepared by the ladies of Fremont, was presented to the Ballville delegation that being the largest Hiss Hicks making a neat presentation speech, which was responded to by Mr. Mooaa. The Society of the "Boys in Blue," which wsg or ganizeu uic uigtit ueiure, was on nana in goodly numbers and marched with military precision. rith the old flag flying over them. In the eve- ning, Birchard Hall was packed and crammed to hear Gen. Walker, who delivered an eloquent speech; a glorious finale to a great field day for the union party in this county. Monument to Gen. McFherson. To the People of the United Slates. At a meeting of citizens at Clyde, Ohio,' the home of the late Major General J. B. McFherson , and the place of his burial, preliminary steps were taken to ward the building of a monument to his mem ory. An organization was effected and desig nated as the "McPherson Monument Associ ation." . Brevet Major General R. P. Buckland was chosen President; A. B. French, of Clyde. Ohio, Vice President, for Ohio; Capt. J. M. Lemmon, Secretary, and D. E. Harkness, Treas urer. A Board of Directors, consisting of ten members of the Association, was also chosen and one Vice President for each State. This Association, having for its object the erection of a suitable monument over the grave of one of the greatest soldiers who fell in our late war, through its Committee, now makes its appeal to every friend of his country through out the United States, and especially in the State of Ohio, to aid in this effort. The body homtwur of loyal people devoted to Liberty and Union, eral whom .Ohio lost durine the war. now lie in an unmarked grave, on the land where he played in ooynood; and near where a mourning mother now lives to weep at the mention of his name, his ashes rest. A few years ago he went forth from bis native villain full of hone. Edu cated in youth lor his country, he gave himself soioiy wiwr service, no lonprie or pen can tell the glory of McPherson. The people who loved and honored him know full veil his worth, and even nis enemies admired his daunt less bravery and great wisdom snd manliness. McPherson was the Nation's hero. For hie country he lived in her cause he went forth to- battle; and by his wisdom, his sagacity, his uiauituraa. miu uj ma psinouc devotion, ne rose rapidly to rank and command. Millions watched his career. Combining all the quali ties of man, patriot aud soldier, zealous and prompt in the discharge of every duty, in tensely devoted to his country, success, honor and advancement were his reward. Where McPherson led, there did all look for victory. He was as unselfish as be was brave, as devo ted ss he was successful. But, almost in the hour of final victory, when success seemed al most within grasp McPherson fell fell as be came a brave and noble man, in the front rank of battle, consecrating with his blood his devo tion to his country. To perpetuate the nsroe oi mis Boioier, we now asa your aid and what belter service can we do for the living or the dead, than to build, not in one spot, bnt all the fallen heroes, from which this and future generations may draw inspiration for every noble deed. We appeal to you confidently. We believe that a tried and generous people, schooled in the terrible Ipeanne nf iKa years, have learned the value of patriotism, and over the land, sacrtd shrines to the memory of thtt fa ! Ion hamaa fmwn txt ViK tit i- .... J r..t I will not fail to perpetuate the memory of the great Let every citizen, then, feel that he owes it to the army and to the country, to do what ho may in aid of this effort And let every soldier remember, that in helping to memory of his own heroic deeds, as well as the memory of every fallen comrade. 8arely, no citizen of the great State of Ohio, which is so nobly honored by her gallant sons, will refuse to do all he can to perpetuate the memory and honor the worth and heroism of Major General dames a. mcrnerson, wnose sacred dust his btate has in ner keeping. J. S. A. B. FRENCH, J. LEMMON, Committee. PLEASURE EXCURSION. PLEASURE EXCURSION. The Island Queen--comforts and Incidents of PLEASURE EXCURSION. The Island Queen--comforts and Incidents of the Sail--Put-in-Bay--John Brown's Sons-- PLEASURE EXCURSION. The Island Queen--comforts and Incidents of the Sail--Put-in-Bay--John Brown's Sons--Calls at Kelley's and Johnson's Islands. [Correspondence Fremont Weekly Journal.] TOWNSEND, Sept. 15th, 1866. The first of the week witnessed the planning 1" .rittT-T!," n.th" l8lnd,(iu-n in nu.VUWa - w. as. gUW ISKIllfJipaie BIUl nrtifA in haiino rraarisi-ral iMaru-. II k 1 3 v . . . uu" prepamuon. oeing maae, W ednesday was chos- enss me lesuve nay. five A. II. found a goodly group waiting at the Tork Station for tn8 1100 horse to convey them to the Bay City. At " 8nr'i- wnisle of the litUe Steamer Island yee sounded. An hour later found Us i ';i.i i:j:, .. . I siuiuai mwumj 511UIUK; uw ino giassy waves 1 leaving the city far in the receding distance. All was joy and hilarity, the day exceed ingly lovely, the pleasure-seekers throneine "A life on the Ocean's wave, A home on the rolling deep Put-in-Bay and repaired to the trove, there ta enjoy a feast of good things. Earth's green carpet furnished a weicome table on which was soon spread the gathered viands, and 'neath the snaoy cover, iue contenta of the well filled oasaeis were pieasanuy dlBpatched. I will not attempt a description of the Island. lew attractive residences and a church are aiuiaiea near ineA,anding,itiving ita home-like air. Two sons" of "Old John Brown" reside nere owning large tarms decorated with beau- tiiui aweiiings. c , , , , z o cioca ana we are homeward hnnn1 TW .V. icg short calls at Kelley 'a and Johnson's Island cZ!lUlk? ''.P- M. Leaving """""J "" lin, o'clock found safely ensconsced st home, feeling that one more bright spot had been added to the many oases in life's pathway, around whirl, n,an,.l InvAa in liniror H.. v - But alas, with a few a chance rims tr., spirit of their dreams ; and the deck is ex changed for a bunk in thecabin unfortunately the writer was one. of the trio: and hi.in i.v.l quarters below, was soon very forcibly reminded I nf 4 1 n t tuiWlnn Aff ienanJ TXT . i ... I The Wk'Tf JonsTh. M fsiTTmi.1! the familiar adage has "a silvor !;:" I of every cloud, so had the excursion a bright spoi to every pamcipant. At 18 M. landed at 7 of BETTSVILLE, SENECA COUNTY, O. Where Bettsville is—Characteristics of the Town—Improvements—Political Matters. [Correspondence of the Fremont Weekly Journal.] If you dont know anything about BetUville. will tell you. It is a flourishing little village situated on the banks of Wolf Creek, in Liberty Township, Seneca Co. And is noted for Union voters, enterprise and morality. Our enterpri- sing townsman Jacob Schuster, has under con- struction a large steam spoke factory and ma- chine shop. Gen. Wm. H. Gibson, made one of his elo- tiuem. nTCut:s ur last Saturday to a very large crowd of Union men, and some cops thst uu uic i.:dj, wuicq wa, as close as they 1.1 ..( .1 A.- J lit'm Qi-iiiiu niu. We have about 50 votes, 41 for the old War Wen. Huckland, and 9 for the connerhesil 1 : i i o 1 t' ' 1 uiuuiua'c ucuu us mr renny or uapt. 1 and will increase our 41 to 50. Just one more such speech as Capt. P. made at Winters Sta tion or Fenny made in Crawford County, will the work. Liberty is good for 60 majority for the old warrior. A SUBSCRIBER. ville, O. and vicinity, do fully endorse the proceedings of the Soldier's Convention held at Sandusky City. Sppt. 14th, 18G6, for the pur pose of sending delegates to the National Sol. diers Convention to be held at Pittsburgh. Sent . t SJatli. loub: r. I X" . 1 r. . . r . ... vou.ws.u.ewiaun oi w OOaTUie. t the undersigned, eituen soldiers of Wood- II ,1 .1,. I A Nuhfer, Capt T2nd O V V j; J G Nuhfer, Lieut 72nd O V V I; L Ruppert, 1st Sertrt t v v i; u ai oert, tsen?t (2nd O V V I; Duke, Seret 72nd O V V I; M Rces, 2nd Lieut 72nd O V V I; J Houseman, 72nd O V V J Vanettan,.72nd O V V I; A Vanettan, 3d V V I; W Keil, Corpl 72nd O V V I; H S Clifford. 3d O V C; J T Sevialls; Sergt 3d O C; O M Harns, Corpl 3d O V C; W Benedict, -nONKBNCED "v. I. reps reigns i ths - -- ' f V " " , v. u "will, i m. Sergt 68th O V V 1 ; J Duke, 2nd OVVI; J ww,e Anderson. 2st O V C; H Anderson, U S A: fi Kellose, i llh 111 I; O Kellopx C8thO VI M Bureomeister, 8th ( V I; W Aliller, C3th O J Sanders, 3d O V I; H Harplr, 68th O V J Harple, Sergt 68th O V I; E Look, Mus O V I; A J Ogle, 9th O V 0; M Duke, O V I; .1 Sanders, lG9th O V I; J Ander son, 169th OVI; A Hubbard, 179th O V I; J Krotzer, lC9rh OVI; A Osborne, &3d OVVI: Osborne, 52d O V V 1; Jas Osborn, 63d O V us f istier. muth O V J; E Sanders, 1st turns so o date Ac. color the 169th OVI; H Yeartinir 3d O V V I- H Woerner 13th IT 8 I ' W ,UU f"?. rroeruer, um U a 4. LOCAL NOTICES. A good second hand Piano for sale at the Music Store No. 2 Bucklsnd's Block. Iw. Fresh Baltimore Oysters, for Sale at An derson A Tallman's,by the can, hal fcan or case. 3BUJ XI. R. Oriawold t Co. This widely known and enterprising firm of Cleveland merchants have something to say in this week's Joubsal to out of town buyers. See their card. latent, Jas. H. Fowler has purchased the Library and law business of 0. Edgerton, Eq., and removed his office from Buckland's new Block to thst lately occupied by Mr. Edgerton, in Garvin's Block. A New Express Co. D. W. Rbsbh, Agent, announces that the Merchant's Union Express Company will open an office for busi ness in Fremont next Monday. Packages will be delivered free a new and desirable feature in the carrying business in this location. Dr. B. Dillon & Son have a new supply of Window Shades and Wall Paper for the Fall trade. A heavy stock of School Books, Writ ing Paper, Envelopes and stationery of every kind. For beauty of polish and saving of la bor the Rising Sun Stove Polish, the best in the world, for sale by Dr. E. Dillon dt Son. wl ing, ladies' and misses' hoop skirts, hosiery, gloves, Ac, Ac. Hoot A Meng, from their head quarters in Buckland'a New Block, have issued a manifesto New Store. Thos. P. Whitz, of Auburn, New York, will open a new store in Russell Block, Fremont, Oct. 10. His stock will con sist of boots and shoes, gents' and boys' cloth- declaring their policy, which is, that they have magnificent stock of Boots and Shoes, and are bound to sell the same to the public at prices that cannot fail to be satisfactory. It is a pol icy everybody can endorse. Harmon & Smith. We would call the at tention of our readers to the extensive assort ment of new Dry Goods, that this firtu are now daily receiving. Their stook is all new and se lected with great .care, and judging from the amount of goods they are selling the prices must be very low. One of the firm has just returned from New York. Harper's Monthly. A better family Maga zine than Harper s is not published, either in this country or Europe, and ita list of subscri bers undoubtedly foots up larger than that of any other publication of the kind in existence. The October number contains the following ar ticles: rersonal Recollections oi the war; Wooden Legs; Cruise of the Rob Roy; Heroic Deeds of Heroic Men; Shelby Cabell; Mrs. Roth's Bridal Tour; Sleep; The Ruined Chapel; ajady Godiva at Home: September Woods: Robbed of Half a Million; The Burning of I Columbia Again; The Freed man's Story; The ! Ugly Toad; Cost of a Home; besides the several editorials, Monthly Record of Events tc. die. The Illustrated papers are Personal Recollec tions of the war; Wooden Legs; Cruise of the Rob Roy and Heroic Deeds of Heroic Men. Die, The Galxy for Oct. as usual, is very read Prof. Blot pens some interesting nolea ou Ancient and Modern Cookery." "The Ascent of Mount Rosa," by C. U. S.,is extremely well written. Mr. H. A. Delille tells us something about the "Extravagance of the French Court,' containing bits of gossip and scandal, and clos ing with a friendly exhortation to the French aristocracy to mind what they are about Geo. Wakeman's article on "Live Metaphors" is about slangand iU meaningsnd uses. Julius Wilcox gives "A few Notes for a Young Pian ist Besides "Tne Claverings"snd "Archie Lovell," fiction is represeuted in 'Miss Martin and Miss Wier, by Caroline Ohesebro, and tv ftl! , V . . 1- n , in a umne, oj .niana ai. root. Our Young Folks has contributions by Lu- cretia P. Hale, Lucy St John, J. T. Trowbridge, the authorof "Faith Gartner's Girlhood;" Char- lotte Ki j cUmnter, T. B. Aldricb,' Harriet Beecher Sbovfe, M.yne Reid. and otheU The son Weir of "Rabbits and Foxes." The nub. lishers have added music to the other attrac- tions of the magazine. Every Saturday fills its place well as a K'nerer opoi pieasani tningsamong tnel.ghter loreiBn penodical literature, and in its monthly I form makes a very portly aud attractive macs. I - - 0 . MARRIED, Sandusky county, Ohio. n the 13th of September, at the residence tho bride's father, in Madison Township, by Rev- M- Long, Mr. Danirl Gabs and Miss Sa- BAB Moszs. On the 25th of September, 18Gfi, by Rev. H. JLang, Mr. John Enobl, of Bellevue, and Miss Elizabeth Lihb, of this vicinity. On the 33d inst, by Rev. Jos. B. Thompson, Mr. Gkobsb Fox, to Miss Mabt Sivrrs, all of DIED. In this city, Sept 20th, 1866, of congestive chills, WILLIAM N. MORGAN, aged 60 years, months and 9 days. In this city, Sept. 20th, WILLIE, infant son Thomas and E valine Hern. , In this city, Sept. 24lh, 1866, ELSIE J. daughter of Jesse S. and Jane A. Van Ness, aged 16 years and 8 months. fy FREMONT PRICE CURRENT. CORRECTED WEEKLY Wssat,..No. 1,V5. No. 2, 11,80. No. 3 1.00 ruorra, per barrel.. . f 11,60 Cobb, per bushel, . . 67 Coax, ia ths Kar fO Bra, per bushel ......... ;................. 76 OATS,per bushel.............. .................. 23 BrrTTBB.perpound.... ............. .......... 26 Koos, per dosen 18 Caaasa, per pound...... 20 Laso, per pound. ................. ........... IS Salt, per barrel .. .Pins, 12,60, Cosrsa, 12,76 HlDXS,per ponnd . ......... 78 FT.AX Sbbd, per boshsl.. ....... ....... I $200, Timotht Sbsd, psr bushel. ............. .eS, 00.4,00 CLOVSSssD,perbnlhel.... ..sj100a)18 H abb, Smoked, per and ......... ...20 Baouwnaa, - 1 .................. ...la Bbabs, psr bosheJ..H.. ................ l,0Oal,s0 PoTAToaa,parbushel . ....... . 60s60 OnoaSjperbushel... ........... 60 Arn.B8,Oreea, psr bushel ..... SO Do. Dried, per bushel S2.26 fsAOHXS, pared, per ponnd. ............... J6a26 Bbssw AX, per pound. .... . ... 80 CsiOKBBS,LiTe, per lb. ...... ( Da. Dressed, per pound ................... 12 Tcbkbts, Ltvs, per lb g Do. Dressed, per pound 16 Wool, psr pound............ ...... .......... M60 Is do If tive ner JV. Y. CENTRAL R. R. TUTTl nmn I Tl rnn o. . 1 1 Hj OF X I ' H. A V Hi K lN ' -- ilPV , BETWEEN BuffalOfcSandusb. AJVD FREMONT, RUNNING on Thursday, May 10. 1866. 'iciwimi, siuicaivwuieuuiui ins ronie Wednesdays and Saturdays. E. A7ISDEN, A rent of the N. Y. Cen. R R i. red fO Sive TaSOCOB aSTSS On East.ra hnnnA lor unnjo, is. i . iv ana intermediate nointa. . u At last iiur nssnii, m xs, iw.. iiu. Wondsrfnl bnt True. Madame Rn,in.tnn world renowned Astrolosnst and 8oinanibnliatic wv. itiin.u-u ABbiuwiut and ootids HI Oil i I ilie Clairvoyant state, delineates thg very jes- of ths person you are to nsfry, and by the aid of instrument of intense power, known ss the Ps.rh. trope, rnarsnteee to produce a perfect and life-like pic ture of the future husband or wife of the applicant, wiih of marriage, occnpVion, leading traits of character This is no impoeitlon, ss testimonials without num ber can assert. By stating place of birth, age, disposition of eyes snd hsir, sad enclosing fifty cents, snd stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you will receive picture by return mail, together with desired infor mation. Address in coufi-Jenc. Madams OBRTRnnn Rrniscrros, P. O. Box 87, Wsst Troy, N. Y. r38mS . 1 Crss Yoob Cocoas axd Colds. Coe!s Cough Balsam lfoBDdly,nfli'rifntr,nwdJfr hard colds, "''. d i'fflculties. It is .old by sfl druggists. The cheapest aqd best medicine in the world. it will this rilO I some Tbe no thst this ine can Aug. Oct. nVJu 24 June Special Notices. The Hair Restorer, thst giveath beet sstla action isPESTACHINE, used sad sold everywhere. ri8meow,sva.1 "Evibt Mam is thb Ascbivxct of kU tumftrtunt" is a true sad trite saying. Yet j nan, before ho ts gins to build, should learn sit ho son of the conditions of success. Political Economy Is taught ss well ss v erything else pertaining to s baste) ads ration at the Union Business Institute of Ca'kins, Griffin k Co- lo cated at Oberlin, Ohio. Tuition snd board osa be bad st thst point st sboat nt-kulf too usual expense. Impor tant information will be sent to any one desiring. Fj-leud, What ta (be natter? Ton have no oolor, you look worn down, jour liver must be effected, your blood out of order, attend to It before it make its appearan in some settled diseass. Tike Dr. Crook's Vegetable Extract to renovste josr liver snd give it healthy action . It will also make purr. wholesome blood, snd cause you to feel rejuvrnated.-- 8oid by K- Dillox k Soa-, Wholesale Agents. LIFE I LIFE I LIFEt ' DROPS I DROPS I DROPS I Ambicas Lira Daora will curs Diptherls, Coughs, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, asthma, Rheumatism, Neural- S1 ln xb ,ie" Hesdsehe, Toothache, Bruises, Bprsins, Chilblains, Croup, Colds, Fever mad Ague and Cholera in a single day. Bold byU Druggists, with roil directions lor use. OBRLN SX1US&R k CO., Proprietors, epringneid, hsm. Dshas BABiza k Co., Agents, New York. lOylJ BOOTI ROOT! ROOT! BEAD I BEAD ! Boot's Pxstachihs preserves the life of the Hair- changes it from gray to its original oolor In three weeks prevents the hair from Calling is the best article for dressing the hair ever found In market will surely rs- iiwa rt.nmff anil mM .11 nf Ik. wl. I. J UihthJly perfumed, cures baldness, and -01 not sti. the skin. We tell the story quickly, and toll it true. when we ssy it is a perfect Restorer and Dressing Combined. No other preparation for the hair eon. "i" F",Uonio Nnt ou- 8old u Druggists. I -lEstey ORRIN SKINNER k CO, Sole Proprietors, 10yl. Springfield, Mass. An Effectual Worm Mediciu.ee Brown's Vermifuge Comfits, 0a Wosa Losuosb. Much sickness, undoubtedly, with children snd adults, attributed to other osuser. Is oc casioned by worms. The "Vbrjuftob Comfits, "althongh effectual in deetroying worm, can do so possible injury to the most deliceat child. This vslusbls eombtnstdoa hss been successfully used by physicisns, snd found to be safe snd sure in eradicating worms, ao hurtful to children. Children having Warms require immediate at tention, ss neglect of the trouble often causes prolonged sickness. Symptoms of Worms la Children sreof ten over looked. Worms In the stomach snd bowels cause irri tation, which can be removed only by the nse of a sure remedy. The combtnstioa of ingredients used in msk. ing Brown' t " Vtrmifugt Cornell" it euch as to give the best possible effect with safety. CURTIS a BROWN, Proprietors, New Vork. Sold by all Dealers in Medicines, at 25 cts. a box. 23rlsmp.l . Dillon e Son mnd S. BnckUnd Ar Sons. JrtnU for Snndnik) County. To Consumptives. The advertiser, having been restored to heslth in s few weeks bv s very simple remedy, after bsvinr suffered for several years with s severe lung affection, snd thst dread disease. Consumption is anxious to make known to his fellow.euftVrers the means of cur. To nil who desire it, he will eend a copy of the nre- seription and (free of charge.) with the direetione for preparing sna using me same, wnicn tney win find s shrs Cubs for Coxsunrrios, Asthma, Bronchitis. Cocohs, Colds, snd all throat and Lung sdections. The onlyobjectof the sdvertieerio sending the preemption is to oeneni ine snucteu, ana epresa information wuicn he conceives to be invslusbte, snd hopee every Batterer will try bis remedy, ss it will cost them nothing, snd may prove onamf Psrties wishing the preeertption, FREE, br return mail, will please address Kev.EDWARD A. WILSON, 63jlJ Wtliiamsburgh, Kings Co, N. Y. Tlie Confessions aud Experience of an III valid. Published for the benent and sa a Caution to young men snd others, who suffer from Nervous De bility. Premature Deesv of Manhood. Ac- eunnlvine at I the same time the Means of Soif-Cure. By one who has I cured himself al ter undergoing considerable qosekery. j nj enclosing epue pa,u suwnim voveiope, eingteoop- I lee, iiee wi a-, uij m v autuur. nainaniLb SA11AUL bjlempl Brooklyn, Kings Co., N. T A Card i Invalids. A Clergyman, while re aidini in South America ss a missionary, discovered a I mfe snd simple remedy for toe cure of Nervous Weak baneful sna vicious neons, wrest numoers nsve been I already eured bj this noble remedy. Piompted by a de- I Ira to benefit the afflicted and nsfortuoste. I will sand ths recipe for preparing snd using this medicine, in s I sealed envelope, 10 soy one wno neeus ii,rt oj ennrgt. Please inclose a posi-paia eoveioi e, suaressea to your- 1 ielf. Address, juErH T, IN MAN, (3ftyl ) station u, mois uouse, . y. City. STRANGE, BUT TRIE. Every young lady and gentlemen ln the United States I can hear aomething very much to their advantage by re- I turn mall (Tree of charge,! oy saaressing tne unaereign- I ed. Those having fears of being humbugged will oblige I by not noticing this card. All others will please address I their obedient servant, Taut), r. unArsAN, S2yl. J 831 Broadway, New York. ERRORS OF YOUTH. msRing "P""JJ Ss .urertis-r" A Gentleman who suffered for years from Nervous De. bility, Premature Decay, and all the effects of youthful Indiscretion, will, for the sake of suffering humasitv. send free to sil who need it, the reolpt and directions for cured, suf- experience. do addressing JOHN B. so savll No. IS Chambers St ewrork. . - t,sFroma 1 He rriek Al'en's Gold Medal Saleratcs Is cleaned of al imooritiee, snd contains tbe lsrgeet amount of sil n asrv snd wholesome properties which can be eonoentrat- ed in the same weight; is guaranteed to give the most I perfeot satisfaction, or tbe raon-y refunded. Itwillourel dyspeptic persons, and save ths health of all who use It, Grocers snd Druggists sell it. Depot 112 Liberty Street, mew xors. Take Time bj the Forelock. The miasma which generates epidemic fevers is now rising in clouds under the bisxlng beams of the dog-dsy I Bun. SfTSry living wj " wcu h iclum anim.l anu I veiretable matter, emits unwholesome vapors, and in er wded cities snd the denes ssaemblsgee wblrh business I and pleasure call together the elements of disease sr. I evolved. Tbe pressure open every vital organ is never I an aieat aa in the second sou laird months of summer. sna oommnn sense- teaches us that these organs require I be reinforcea hi meei is. We hold our lives, so to speak, os a rtanrinr Unit. I and this is ths season when the process of dilap.datlon I is moet rapid snd repairs are most required. Therefore I Mdnp, prop mnd snsfsra Ihipowert of eafars with that mig-nty vegetsna itojiii, nuj, ti n,i,,i ouikiic. He who takes it may be said to clothe himself in sanita ry mail, against which epidemic disefse will hnrl its I poisoned snafu in vain. This is no gratuitous assertion, I but a great mtdienl met, attested by twelve years' exps- I plena, tn every eninat wi tuv nauiuiuie biodb. e,xtremee of temperature always distuiD tne luoetions of tbe stom ach, the bowel", the liver and ths skin. It is through these thst tbs most dangerous male ,ies sassil us. Tone I them In advance with HObTETIGK'3 B1ITSB4 and da- heat and BMlarla. , . 1.37 w4.J Royal HAVANA LOTTERY of Cuba. Conducted by the Spanish Government. 360,000 IN GOLD draws every IT dayu Prises cubed snd Information furnished: th hirhest I rstee paid for Doubloons snd si 1 kinds of Gold sad Silver; I ISO lor auwovernmenioeeuniies. TAYLOR CO., Bankers. SylSMP 16 Wall St, New York. Be on the Alert ! Danger is at nana! This hss been a sickly season. The medical faculty prophesy evil in tbe future. Tbey think peetilence is on I the wiwg for America. Suppose tbis is to be true, wLst I toe oest aeiense against is r ns.iiuutfi.iui NKKVOUs VIGOR. This is the only protection sgsinat PANIC, aa well as sgsinat tbe PRINCIPLE OF INFECTION. Why not those who predict the epidemic propose an ade- I quate preventive f There Id one; a tonic, nervine and I alterative, competent to shield the system sgsinst the suoiie elements or oisemse, wnecner utey noat hither on ths winds from distant lands, or rise like vapor from our I own soil, or incorporated with the universal a aid. This I ONB rKKVKN nvK, ri wmca were is no duplicate a-mons- the compounds either of ths Old World or tha is HOSTETTKR'S STOMACH BITTERS. Remember thst it is a spoeifie for all the ootnnlainta I which lay tbe system open to visitations of dead It eni- demiefl. If yon sro dyspeptic, it renews the visor of voor I oigeablTe puwwra, i, juu. epuie, ana restores your I cnecnamwp. 11 jus are nerrvua, it invigorates every fibre of your nervous system, from the bass of the brain, where it begins, to the extremities, where it terminates. you are billions, it diiciplines your unruly liver and brings the sction of thst organ into harmony with tbe I laws of heslth. It is, in short, sn inrigorsnt snd alters- I so powerful that Nsture, with Hosteller's Bitters for I ally, may oia aensnce suss u nauvs malaria and foreign infection. If this snemy we hear of, this disease I which is desolating Europe, is really bound iiitherward- I behooves the prudent to put tn Intir sneer, to clothe fberoeelvee wtin invuineraouity ss mr an human mesne I permit, by preparing the system for resistance with I pure vegetaoie antiame. .33ni41 Especially to the Siok. DOCTOR . JOI.LIK DIATTOCKS, ANAIaYTIICAIj PHYSICIAN. Lotte of New York. THE CURB Or CHROMIC DISEAVEa, of every nam and nature, ilr. Mattocks, for thlrt. years, has devoted hia whole attention, snd hss effected of the most remsrksble cares, in lingtring dUemttt. system is founded on truth, differs from sil otbersj uumuuicu.iu,, Hv dhju, .ica i. cars, no aeeeptlon, humbug snd na poisons used, all vegetable remedies s id nature, gives a candid opinion and effects ner- msneat cures. We ask a trial of onr treatment before abandoning all nop, llano red- Have been cured by treatment after giving up to die. We invite to, es timation. No matter what your disease is, call; exam lor yourselves; it win cost aotpiQ. CansyUation fei. th DR. B. JOLLIE MATTOCKS. be oonsulted at his offices as follows, for the year '66, FREMONT O.. Kessler'a Hotel, Mondays, June 18, 20, Oct. 16. Dec. 17, - CLYDIC, O, beat Hotel, Taesdsys, June 19, Aug. 21. 16, Dec. 18. NORWALK, O.. American Hotel, Wednesdays, June AU. -4). VCt. X J , iSVK. IV. 0BERIjINO hBt Hotel, ThursdaTi, June HI, Aug. Oct. 1 8 . Ic0- S'V GRAFTON. O., best Howl, Fridays, Jane 22, Aug. 24. RESIDENCE, Cievelsnd, 101 Bond Street. Saturdays. 23, Aug. 26, Oct. 20, Dee. 21. - ' Msv 18, 'tW, Jlwtf. m Music and Jewelry Store No. 2, Bucklahd Block, Fremont, 0. frml WHIRS will be found s good ssssrtmsat ef Clocks, Watehee aud Jewelry ALSO Piano Fortes and XHelodeons, Church and School Harmoniont, Constantly oa hand, at LB8 PRICES, than esa bo sro surei of the atanunwturers or Traveling Agents, sad ww amiM jmr Mm mwmm. Parties reetdtns st a distance desiring to purchase vOODINBTRDMRNT. esa. br aomnerine stvlaa and art. see, order such as they mar select, with afuUreliaaoe that their tranaactiosA with sss sknU be eoodseted to inir nstisnMnion. I keep eonetsatly on hand a lam assortment of PI ANO STOOLS, SHEET aTCBIO, sad MUSICAL HER liusuus. raroevjar attention paid to tao Repairing of Watches, Jewelry snd Hustssl Iastraaients of every deserlpttsa Piano Tuned on ihort notice. All kinds of SUt and Rosewood Moaldings, Picture P ranee. Lithographs, Steel Engravings, Photographs, c. aeoonstsntly on hand. ArCOrnN PLATES, and all kinds of EN0SATIM9 ee eeeteu in superior style. r remost, O., September Z, ISA, eu' CRO" BUCKLAHD B BLOCK, Is the only agsnt la Ssadosky comaty for too Cekv aim Cabinet Organs! Now anlvsrsslly eoneeded ta be the best la mas. CHURCH COMMITTEES, Leaders of Choirs, Lovers of Xasie generally, and fam ilies who contemplate parehaaing an instrument should not fail to call at Mr. Cross' Masts 8 tore, Buokland's old Block, snd examine this rare climax of musical inven tion. It Is beyond all question the best Cabins Organ rremont, March Is, l6.iitf. The Music & Jewelry Slore! A LARGE 8TOCK OF new music ! TIOIilNSt FliVTES! German and French Aecordeou AND C0NCUTIXA8I Just Rbckivbd at BUCKLAND OLD BLOCK. OPTICS. TUST RECEIVED, a Bn assortment ef thoee Rsellent v apBsroicai lilaawea. a beautifully ground Coaeavo Convex Ins adapted to axv", " more apt to uuprtwt than Impair th vision, theobjeet appearing with th Bam fore hall di rections. Also, other an Crvetavl Slaaeea, perfect Coneavo, Piano, Doabl Coaeavo and Convex Lenses, in Steel, Silver and Sold ram. ye Protectors. Kye or No Glasses. Morocco, Planished, and German Silver Spectacle Cass. iy Csliand See, at th Post Olio Building. JuneM, 1864. H. J. ZIMMERMAN. 0 p o 5 CO u s eaaaf m o B o CQ a a It o Eh OQ W PL, w o 0 ' ;eS EH m 3 4 o m I la I la .A th a last STed may of STRrjOiX OIL IN FREMONT! oa thb East Side of Hie River!! THE UNDERSIGNED has purchased th won known T-c3T2VEIFwLTr formerly owned by Jesae Vannees. aad be has enlarged asms and is now prepared to do s aaog business ia THE TANNING LINE. ' WiNTED-300 Cords of Bark ! vnoa rAit,,!!!. 1 m I Aannmg aone on Saarei. WE Ctalma. rJtrr'ltrk'bttyr "4 U!. W. D. SHERWOOD. Strict attsntion paid to CUSTOM WORK. Fremont, Msroh S, 18C9. lOyl. LAND FOR SALE. Valuable Citj Lots for Sale. INQUIRE OP R. DICKINSON. Preeaoat, Spf. T, l6tL- atf. Valuable Property for Sale. A HOUB .and lot, situated ea tbe corner of cea Market snd front Streets, and ia thseentre of th businsss poitlosi of th city. Th lot Is If large esmngh to saeoaimsdsts a basin block and dwel ling boose, tor part ice Lars enquire of John L. Greece, or the anderslgned. D. B. AINQIR. Fresaont, August it, ISM. 34tf. FARM FOR SALE, ONE mil front Woodville, oa tha Stat road to Port Clinton, containing 83 acres, one-half cleared and a oder good feses, flat-log House and good frsm stable; sleo, an orchard of 100 Apple, Peach and Cherry Trees, over one-half bearing. Por farther particulars, call ea tb awaer, living on to Perm. P. fidHIK. - July t, 1M6-J7m3. Farm and Personal Prof erty at Auction. ON th premises, Oct. 17h,18, th subscriber liv ing 1 mil west of Fremont, and X mile north of th pike, ia to Bowles settlement, will offer for sal hi Psrm, embracing 66K sores, 43 sores under cultivation. There is a good frame Hoase, Barn, Corn Hotum, and oth er out-bo! Ldings ea th place. Tb above Farm, if not sold at private sals previously, w U be sold at pabiia auc Moa oa Wednesday, Oct. IT, together with 3 head of Horses. 3 good mile Cows, 2 Calves. bead of Sheep, n head of Hogs, 3 tons Hay, a lot of Oats ia shssf, 12 acres of rood Com In shock, 2 Wagons and f lows, 1 set doabl Hsrnees, most new ; Household and Kitchen Puraitare, with other article too nameresis tonsaatio. Terms On-third down for I area, bsiaae ia tww years. On personal property, nudar 15, eaah; me- fa, twelve months credit. Six per oast, off for cash. Sept II, UofV-38w3pd. . JACOB 'BADTB. Farm L Mill Property for Sale. THE subscriber having located ia Kissaari, offers (or sale his FARM, ia Wood rill, near ly a mile southwest of tr villsa. and contain about 'liS acre, well improved aa d nsder th best oni trratioa. It bsa two tame dwUlag-honsss, two bares, and other nec asary buildinaa, good fence, and tw. bocm arenaros. i aim am is oa 01 ia aaAcsocn. sad best in this p t of th eoantry. No asaa who wan'e a vaaa eaa find a bsttar Al. o, a No. 1 Gt Ist Mill, with all th modern .awe meats, coe'ain, two ran of sarra, and nil limini i aav ehinery to do good work. , Ala . s rood as W MILL. Th-f mills are ran by an excellent water-power. The daaa la ne.-ly new, very anhstnaXni and every n ... excelled. I sill sell tb whole together, or In three aerta. ta atH purchas-rs. This property esa be secret oa tha avon reasonable terms, especially lot eaah. For further par iteulara, sddrraa W.0. HKNRIOKB. Woodvtlle.Bept. 7U, 18W B9w. ... Ho! For California! ANY PERSON NOT wishing to go to CteHforeia, aaa nka a good irrsns by calling th eaberlbr a he is determined to giv some on a bamln In im.fa hi I arm, (knowa a th Shabel Reynolds Karm) sitnaUd shoot two snd s hslf miles aontb of west from the (our iebing village of Clyde, and about fire and a half nH south of east from tb City of Fremont, mutaratsg 111 acre, of land, 81 acre under feoos and tb remainder timbered. There is on th preausvs a good frame houss. aontainfng six larg raoaia, besides Bv smaller ones such as buttery, bed rooms snd pantri, also tw good, wlTUWM-fc.ww UIM WWIBOI BVriaUtng WV ter, a good cistern: also a plenty of pure ruanlaw anHns water for stock. About HO large bearing appl tree peach tree, plumb and sherry trees, also about three hundred haded peach tress, birrs aou?h. ta .! hs tx. Spring. am another tract or iaaa or shout twenty-one acres laying nearly southwest from the Depot at Ciyd. There I oa this piece of land a good frssa house a gmtd ea newt, wall finished, also, twenty-four or fiv kvg sppl treee, which bear choice fruit; also, about twent.-tina mall one. et four yeai, all of the choloest kinds of fruit, also a lot of peach, pear, plumb and eherrv tran. and a sagar orchard of about 90 large maple trees, snd to maae ice lime place more uesirao'e roll there is a bsse tiful spring pouring out Its "ice-eold' water within a srw feet of the dwelling boos, making such aa invitia. ra- treat ea a hot Bummer's day beneath th Urge en reading branches of an Ancient Beech and Wuiow, which erer shsdows th Spriog. Th abov ducribed places win be void towether. n. separately, to suit purchasers. For terms aad farther particular, enquire at uu eotraitAL Uffle. B. M. REYNOLDS. Aug. X lS6aS2in6- LEGAL NOTICES. Final Settlement. JASPER KING.aa exeeitor of th esUt of Panussl Hebberllog, deceased, has filed his acnunta ia tn ubb oi iue rruaie vonrv, lor nasi settlement of eeid state; which will he heard oa th 13th day of October A. D. 1SSS, at oc oMoek, P. M. W. 8. RCSSBLL. 8ept,21,ise,-33e8pd. ProbaU Jua. U. 8. EXCISE TAX. - Omoa OF CoULStrroa e Ibtvtival Pxtbxtb. j For tbe kth District of Ohio. t Nobwalb, 0. Sept. 16. 1888. OTICS Is hereby giren, thst th Assessor of thU dls 1 triet having rendered to ire bis annul CoUaetioa List, commencing May 1st, 1886, f all persona liable to the payment of the United States Duties, Including tor Licenses, on Incomes, Carriage. 8 liver Plata, ft, there fore, all parsons cable to the cavment of anak rinriw .- Tax in said District, within th County of Sandusky sad Stats of Ohio, srs hereby notified that th asm have be come due snd psysble, snd all persons who .ball n-glset to pay the Duties an.i Taxes assessed open then, bv th 80th day of Septsmber, 18n, will be liable to pay ten per centum additional upon the amount thereof. 1 PUrDoee oi reeeivln said Dntlas mmA t j Sandusky Coun'y. ths Depa'y CoUector for said eouate win i at his effio st tb county rest, during busiacsa hours, until th SOth Cay of September, 1846. JOHN w. DEWEY, CoUector. C O. TuXOTanw. Desstv Colleatoe he KaaA..k. n. Fremont. Offloa at Bank of Fremont, , fjTwa . -j Notice to Teachers of Common BCMiWll, 3riHE Board of Examinees for Saadasky emntv witt L bold sessir-ns (br examlnatlOB of eandldatsa at (h igh 8ebonl Building in Prsmont, on th follow! n days Beptembw 22d; October 8th and 20tb Novamber 3d and lTtbr December 1st and 16th; January 12th snd 26 th. Rxaminations wll besln st 12 M. Va -ti-.- i . allowed to satsr th class sfter 1 P. M. Each candidate la required by law to pay fifty erata as a ooaditioa f as aeslaallcni and should Come prepared with naner aavl pens, and leave a stamped letter eoveloa with tha ri..a ofth Board. . ., . Candidates will D lease take notice that the law tbat they may be examined la th Theo.-y M PracUc of Teaching, WJl. WALLACE ROSS, 1 B. LOVELAND, UxamlBsr.. T. M. 6 INN, ( asnerr. Fremont, Sept. It, lt. 7X ' BOUNTY 1VOTICE. ALL person entitled to township htoulp fr ant UaUvil toanship, Sandnsky conntv, Ohio, whether as vl unteere or veterans, sr notified 'bat th amount is now la the bauds of th Townehtn Treaanrer. .ml ,., ,i nn call upon th underslgBeil and obUin.au order far te same. Between this snd the first day of January W. All moaev act railed for bv tb first S ' 1S67, will be applied to townehip purposes. bj oroar m an lowasaip rrastaee, PHILIP 8TAHL, Beeretary of th Military Ccmmisnion ( aJn-iii- townshiB, Sandusky a-unty. Ohio. . i isaiiviii, oepi. a, lsoo. ff7wJ . t Divorce Notioe. Emm Fletcher vs. Lemuel Fletcher. mHE said Lemuel Fletcher, who rest dene to tbe .A 'WI1lntl2,,aV'T7a' by aotitod that th said Emma Fletcher did, o? the IS la day of Aasuet, 1M, Si ber petition la the offlc of th Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas within snd forth -euntve Ssndusky snd .1st of Ohio, charging th said Lemuel Fletcher with gross neglect of dutv. habitual trn.ka- neas and wUfulabBenoe for three years, sod asking tbat she mar be divorced from the said Leir! Fleteher with. reasonable asnunt of alimony and the euatodv of their wurc- uimiw. B.MMA FI-rTTHIB By 0. W. Paox, her Attorney. Au.lT,Js06V-ow.., ;,i - r - Divorce Notice. Elisabeth Stevens vs. Reuben rttevens. in eadnskw County Court of Common Pleas. fT1B2 said Hsu ben SUvaas of Aspiawall, Vamhahea I County, Nebrssks, is hereby aotiued, Elitsbetti Stevens did ou th 16th dsy of An just, A. D. 18AS, fil her petition for divorce ia th office of th Clark oV ika Court of Common Pleas within and for th county ef Sandusky and State of Ohio, charging tb raid Reuben Stevens with sdultry with one Deborah L. Gilbert, and charging him with habitual drunkenness for three rears past. ELIZABETH STE VE.NeL By H. Evbrxtt, her Attorney. Ang. IT, 1366. 83wT. Divorce Notice. HARRISON 8. BEIDLEB will take, aotie that on the 27th day of Aunst. A. D. lgaa i.m. u iuui- STed ia the offlee ofth Clrk of tb Court of Coorsoa Pleas, her petition. Brevier that tb marria subsistiBg between her and the said Herri eon S. Be idler, may be dissolved; and alleging aa cause for th asma. fraudulent contrast and groat neglect of duty ea thenars said Harrison S. Beidier. -pr HOBD, Att'y for Petitioner. . Fremont, August 30, laonV-Sewd. (pf. 34,00.; FLORENCE Aoca-BTrrca Sewing Machines! HIGHEST rRESIIVBIl (Fair of th American Institute, 1866.) BEST I3T THE WORLD! GREAT SIMPLICITY 1 GREAT CAPACITY I Celebrated Reversable Feed Movement UNIFORM BELF-JUUUSTINS TINSION Four Separate Distinct 8titcha. Will gather and saw a nuffle at oace. OrnrXs or tsb Coicrjjrr 606 B'oalwav,N.Y. and B7 Cheapefd, London, Bnglaad. - H. J. ZliviilUMAN,Arent for Sandusky County. Aw assortment of the Machines assy be Been, and are for sale st th POST-OFFICE, FREMONT, OHIO. 27yL FREE CLAIM AGE1VCY! Cleveland Br. Sanitary Commission SOLDIERS' AID SOCIETY OF NOTHIRN OHIO. ARMY & NAVY CLAIM AGENCY rritocksr.. lor Serwir. , WE COLLECT PENSION3. BOUNTY, BACK PAT PRIZE MONEY, and all at)-, J. - . Ctalma. ' ' ' "7 PtntUns increattd Bounty Mill passed , Claims received t'.ntier tin new Lawn and laSVu promptly atttndtd to. VW Apply ta person or by letter to JASPER E. WIlALIAilS, Agent, " mmm sll ' 34 fleop laro,l CLETtULND, 0BIO.