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CLEVELAND & TOLEDO RAIL ROAD. OIKO BT. WIW WBBT. Day tlM..-iH A. B.iChiefe IlM U Hi . Mail...!. it.aA.a- Mail 4ttr. N.T.Erpree.. 4 4..B.RlfatExprosa. UAIra LAKE ERIE & LOUISVILLE R. R. LEAVE. T iadlv,' IMil Imlli, ..... Foatoria :...: Jukra to" Aasadea, tit W HMI .-St WmtoV Set Ar. atrrwm.t,.lfrl4 - Fremont........ 1 ' Wtero. i-. Arcadia 8,44 Ar-atrtadlay,.. 4:8 POST OFFICE HOURS. OPENING AND CLOSING OF MAILS. CLOSES. Throat Hall sola hit, clears at....... 4-. r. a. Wit Mall golof test, dees at MtsS Thrmi IUII ntaf rLiwn at 11A a.b Wsy Mall 'aft, elooaset . IT, OPENS. Tkreugk Mall from thEaatonat ltt p. a War Mall (rem the East eoaa at T:M r. a Tarourh Mall from tha Waat opens at TiM A. a Way Mall tromtks Waat .pons at... 11:88 a- L. E. & L. R. R. taara eatbeLEALRR at.. ..MS Mails arrive " at ...Si40a.b. STAGE ROUTES. Ta RoUersrtlre. Toeedsv aed Fridays at 1 T. V. Ta Black Swamp, Saturday, at IS CHURCH DIRECTORY. keri.ieae atrrl ee an reeraurly hold la tka foUowr- tng Ckanbaa l tkia oiky, rrery Sabbath, at tha hear aamiiV Mstsobibt EnsocrAL Caraoa, aoraar of Matfcat at Mala Strata; Bar. t. Willi, raator, 10H a, nadir. B. BoredaySeheolatt AJr Prayerm tlaf Weda'edey ovoalaf. Pbjmbttewae Carrot ooruotGerriaoo aad Mala rftrswts; Rev. E BrjaairriL, Pastor; 10 X A a end r.a Baadoy School at U a. Mtlog svwry Wadaat- day ere. 8. P Arta (ErieoorlL) Caeari, Her. O. H. torm. Rector, Mraar Mua and Court Btreote; MX Ia. a aadTr.B. SoodAyScboolatl .. Lecture every Wedsresdsy Tontng U tha ahmrak. KaToaaawtmVBsra, mat Street, totwe Market a ad Jobs Street; In. J. B. Taeanoa, Feasor; MM A. a,oad1r. B Bmadaraekaol t(A.a- Prayer awe ting every WdMOdyvealnf. Iaibbaab Cacaca, oornor Oak aad Court Street; .KaT.H.LA,Pr; 1XA B,adT.a. ' Et. Jaaara'i (Oatbolm) Caoaca, Ciefhaa St. Rar. BEKAfB Bowauaator; an arary awrnlBf a (daakl aa Bmadaya aad FaitWala of OMigatkw, Low If am at I a'elock A. a- High or 8olwa kui at 10 a'aloek a. a, pa Wlatar at H ;) Taaaara at ( aloak .a aad eeaaloaally Baaadiettaa at T p. a. Baa day Beaael at Sr. a. Bt. Aaaa (OATaeue) Caraca, 8tata Strset, Bar. L. F. D'Aacn, faatar; rint Mam at 8 a'alook, a- a, Baarad High lUnat 10 o'elock, a. a. doaday Bohool, t r. TaMcra, p. a. LAND FQR SALE- Valaable Citj Lots for Sale. INQUIRE OF R.DICKIMSOM, fraaMBt, Baft. T, li6d.-9tt. House and Lot for Sale, N EAR t. FrnVytariaa Ckareh. Will ba aold cksaa If M wtihia tka axt BO dara. T-.tla yarlaot. Kaqaliaattka dhea Stora of S nana AN taa MOf aaa naaaa. Lajxd, Ianl. 1 nsv 1CKE9 aHand ea laa Clara rlTar Wiaetwaia, lZUi. oaarad at a raat bargaia for aaaa, orlaax aaaaca for laaMrarUTond ant fail, or aroyarty ta 7 mi oat- jDz. B.DIULAIH. rraaaoat, uui, For Sale. " a KICK BOMB aad as acra ml Land, witk f A traaa and out-aaildinia, la tka city of Fraaauat, vary akaaa aad loaf Una tor aayamu; aiaa aaoat U of aa aarooa Wataratraat, ia FrMtont, aaitaola faraaT auaaiaatannf aaiAbllifaaiaat, ana aear tha karlaaM aorUoa o! toira. JCaaa.iraot D. L JL'AB, rraaaaat, Jaa U. INT-au i Private Sale. T WIlJi oaar at yrlTata aala aa th Alloa p Iota, tva I bum aartk of Blley Caatra, kvwi of yeanc CitUa. 1 Gov. 1 Mala CotVl tkraa yaar era a tloiaaf aad a lot of 8tf aad nop JOHN BOWMAN Marak 1, IW.twt. Home and Lot for Sale. rrtHC EKUSfSIONU) offara for aala. at a low aea I aadoanaaoBabitarBia.afoodto atoryliaaia koaMaad taraoaada balfloU offroaad, aa tar ear Bar of Naaolaoa aad Wood Blraau, Fraaioat, aat aMa oftho rlrar, oa high fraud. Eraaira aa tka araalMa or of Willtaal Tattaa, at tba root unco. ' (gau ; . SUSAN TOTTEN, For 8ale. 3-tHS doalrabla LH ea tha ooraar of El aad Btata L Btraata, Tiaaiaat, la otarod for aala. Alro,ooa oraa, Bafrr aad Mai am,adoaklowafoa aad aaoat !.BDa akiBf iaa. ror aarnooiara aau oa or aoorvM tha aadaralfBad, raaMrtw aoraar Bla Stata 8ta. rrMaant,0. xutuiu k auuvavna. BafcJT.UoS-iltf Farm for Sale. rflHB rNDEBBlSifED off.ra for Mia kla FaraL alt X aatad ia Jaeaaoa tovaahia, radatky ooaaty, 0, oirht buIm ao.Uiv.it of Fraaroa', aad thraa milai aonhvaatof Wlntar'a Statiaa. oa taa Laio Brio ft Loaiorilla Railroad. It aoataioa aooat SO aoraaof laad, trty to aUty of which la aadar food ealtiraUoa, tha kalaaca ttaibir; a aau fraaw hoaaa, aavarda of a aaadrad hMrlaf trait traaa, two walla of aarer-ailliaf watar, aad aUanimry baUdiBf.aUaw. Fortarau aad othar aartiealata laqalra at tha Jmal odlea, rraawiit,o7of X. U. MEmbBIBG. rb. SS, lMT.oaia inter' t dtaUoa P. 0 Farm for Sale. T OFFER for I ala bit Farm ofoaa kaadred aad 1 aixtT acrea 1M aarea of claarad laad, laa kich tat of oalUTatioa, tha halAaoa ta hmry timber lytnf withta thirty roda Of rorutn.na. aaa wimin thraa-foartha of a aiilo of a food ttrlat Mill aad Saw Mill. Theraara aa tha Uim, two food Dweliiaf UoaoM, Waah aad BowkeHoaM. CalUr aoder tba whole; Cora Orlba, Bara with Bhada, two aeTOrtail laf Spriafaoo for tha Hoa and oaa for tha vara apriaf rJoaaa, urcaard of Mo 1, Drafted Frait, aaah aa Ayp'.ea,Cherrlea, FearcQaiaoM, roaebea, Ac lr or aartiealarr aa to terma etc, oall oa or addraaa at Fort BaaacA. PoatoBot, Boaoea ooaaty, Ohio, jAUiaruLn. Doa. J,lW.-m7pd MISCELLANEOUS. Hones for Sale. THREE food work Bonn for rale at a hanraia aa ta price aad aayaMata. Call oa the nnd.ri.tr a- ed aortk or r remoov ruuiiar buumacl. House Wanted, r BCT OR RENT A DwelliDf Boom la tha rioiatty of the eharehM profrrrod. Ei quire at Office of thia paper, or aooreM wd P . O. BOI Uli, fremeat. Wanted. fP WO Haadred Tkiaaaad Pipe Starea; Two Ba- X dred TboaMod Bed I ak 8Urea: for wklek tka blrkort market prise will he paid inch, br n. BINKLET. rreateat. Dee. 3t, 1W. laj Notice. SEALED prepoeall will be recelred far aead oa tko Fair OroaadaoffLbe BaadaakT Oaaty Acrlcol taral Soe'etr, aatll Soadar. It o'elmik M, tha dtk dar of March. Wi. PLATT BRUSH, rrcaideat. Froaw-t, M.rch 1, 1M7- 1. GEORGE CLAGHORN Marble Hall Billiard & Oining (Orer Ferry Cloee'i Wholrale Grecrry Store.) t HEiWONT, OHIO. I TAKE GREAT PLEASURE la aaaooaoirr to the pabtie that 1 hare ampletaclitieetoaceoaittdata thaioumaiid eaatorc of the Fall aad Wiateraaaaoaa, aad tstead that oareeUbliahawatahall BalatalBita A No.lrepmunoa. Warm Meals at all Houre. Farmera will Bod 'Marble Hair jo.t the place to ret a road aqnare veal whea they eome to towa withtSetr proonoa. TBB leiUDZBS ZLOOai. Wa ha-a a room la Mart i Hll eepecially dtted ap aa LadieeBaleoo. OYSTERS! Oyttera aerred op ia any atyled aired. Freeh 0;a tera received daily by Ezrreai. Oyatera for rale by tba mb or cam. Fremoat.0.. Sept. 28, Its. S9m. Patroloum V. Kaaba'a Life of ANDY JOHN-SON, INCLUDING hi. vtempinf toar oat vnt aad 1.1a oraebnoa, with S3 eovic illaetratioaa. The rreateat bit of the ere Free hw nail for 0 ceote. Ooaila itrr DlTia, lllartrated, 1 et. Aleo read It ete for ouiple. of oar Haadred Dollar PHis Pvnlea, Mafic Web. Peiile Pie'orea, Oantie Croqaet, kc HANEY A CO , 100 N.eMu-it. K T B1RTLETT, BEERY & CO., IB PORTER? AND JOBBERS of -ilk aad Peecr? , DRY OOOD 410 Broadway, New yrk. Phiaru Brt!rt Pblleaenn B Berry. J"ba H Red late of the Flna of Pardee, Datra Co, Jaaiee 8. HIH, 0ee W. Wilnot, D-wttt C Dari. Beth 1. Araold.li 'a wltk Pardea, Bate A Co, 60m3 free to Everybedy. A larf pp. cirealar. f iviaf iafoTBiatiaa of the fret-t iasaorlaaet to theyoucof both arx-a. It t-arhe. kow the homelv aaay becoese beaatiful, the ni iifil respected, aad tbe fonakea loved. Ke yoorf ladr or rentlemaa akoald fail to aend their Address, aad raeaive s copy soatpaid, krretan Mil. AddrewP. 0. Drawer, SI, Marsh l,lin.-. Troy, V. T, r an be the she for of fat Ihe side ia THE JOURNAL. FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1867. TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS. S S S 5 5i rVanow sonrl out the Journal with the dat to which the aubacription has been paid ad ded ob the martin of the paper to the printed ddrem of each obscriber. By a glance at theae ficare', ererT one can tell bow hi a ar- eouDt stands. Thus: "John Smith 15 $ept 66" meam that John Smith baa paid bis lob criptioa up to the 15th of September, 1866. Hereafter receipt a win do unoeceMary, aa toe change la the date win oe equivalent tosucn acknowledgment. This plan will prove equally advanuigeoua to tie and convenient to our suWribera. It will eare oi the trouble of keeping separate book fur subscriptions, and will promptly- indicate to enbscribers the time when they should make another payment Union Primary Meeting. Tka Ualoa atea of Ballrine are rroeated to at the Babloa Bckool Hoaae, at I o'clock aa tha after. aooa of Friay, March S9tm. 1867, to I act eaadtdatea for tewa.hfp officers to be eleeted at the Sprlof eleetlea m the Irat lioalay la April COMMITTEE. FREMONT. Olyrla News Depot. We are indebted to H. D. Ame, newsdealer at Clyde, for tbe March Aiimtic .' ; Bala of an Intaro-t In tha Tag. Mr. a W. Valletta has purchased of tbe VTare- Honsa Co. a half interest in the Tns "K.w- Abla to ba Out. Mine hst of the Oro- ghan Honse, Mr. F. X. Ourney, after an ill- neM of two months end orer, is now able to be about sgain. Somebody at Elmore sends tie f J in an envelope without the scratch of a pen to show whree subscription is to be credited. Send along tbe sddresa. Lead Pencils. McOnlloch has for sale the No.l pencil of the American Lead Pen. ell Co. IT.Y, which is superior to any foreign make that we have ever trid. Horse Bills. Owners of horses will do well te call at the Journal office this spring when they deaire to bare bills printed, as we re -prepared to get them np in the right shape. All kinds of job work, aneh as hand-bills, posters, circulars, labels, blauks,letter-heads ball tickets, invitation cards, etc, printed at this office, on the shortest notice, and upon the most reasonable terms. Getting Ready for Work. The open ing of spring has produced a s'.ir among honse builders, and buildings thit remained incomplete when the fold weather set are being finished off, and preparations for the erection of others are goii g forward. Bold. We regret to say that the negotia tions which haTe for some time been under sy to purchase the propelicr'City of Fre mont" haTe at length resulted in the sale of that vessel. She was sold latt Monday to John Pridgeon, of Detroit, for $ 61,500, and will ply between Chicago and Sarins, in con nection with tbe Grand Trunk Railroad, Messrs, Brighlwell t Furgeraon are to re paint theuFremon,t"before the is taken sway. An Important Law. The Ohio States man says that on the 97th of February the General Assembly passed an aet entitled "aa act relating to roads and highways,' of eon siderable importance, inasmuch as it abolish. es thn office of Supervisor of roads and hgh wava. and rives to the trustees of the several townships control and supervision of all pub- lie roads and highways, and requires the erection of guide boards at the forks of all roads in tbe State. The River and Harbor BUI Pasted. Tbe following note front General Bueklaud announces the passage of the River and Harbor bill by both Houses: Washikoton, D. 0., March 1, 1867, Editor Fremont Journal: The River and Hsrbor bill has passed both Houses, ineludkg 20.000 for the improvement of Sandusky ttiver. It only requires tbe signature oi toe President, wbicb it will douDtless secure. Yours truly, R. r. JJucjxasd Another Patent to a Sandusky Co. Man. Mr. 8. W. Jscksoo, an intelligent farmer in Ballville township, thit couuty, has received a patient on an improvement which he has perfected in shovel plows. We learn that farmers and practical mechanics who have seen his improved plow, pronounce it invention of the greatest utility. He is prepared to dispose of territorial rights, and those wishing to engage in tbe business will well to iddress him and learn full particu lars. Is this so? We clip the following item from the Findlsy Jtffersunimi of this week: A a, FaitMo.tr. We have to record another fellow aa being swindled at the Fremont depot saloon. ' 'n Monday last a green one lost h'S watch valned at thirty dollars, ty throwing dice at Ihe aforeeaid swindling shop People who stop at that depot should have their eyea opened for these swindlers, for they are there at all timee'teeking whom they may dcvour,"and the authorities of rrmont bave not eot the nerve to drive them out. It won't help tbe reputstion of that town. For Foundry Men. A correspondent of the Scientific American writing from Spring field, Ohio, ssys that cores for iron castings, can be made better with sorghum skimmings and ssnd than by the nsual rye flour, molas ses, sBd sand. 'He gives thit as the recipe. One quart sorghum skimmings, sixteen quarts water and sharp saud enough to make the mixture of the proper consistency "I can make more aires with one barrel of skiro mings and better than must meuldeis can ith four barrels of the other." A Suggestive Picture. one of the finest and roost suggestive remit dets of the late war that we have seen in works of art is engraving by J.C Bultrie. entitled "Tbe Empty Sleeve." It represents a soldierly- looking young man, in semi-military garbi holding ic his one arm a beautiful boy who, with the natural curiosity of childhood, is in vestigating tbe empty, sleeve that hargs where the other arm should be. The en- graviug it one of rare merit, and will un doubtedly find a niche for itself in many houses hereabout. Mr. W. H. Wilson has agency for its sale in the Counties of Sandusky, Erie and Hancock. And as will seen by his notice elsewhere, he wants agents in every towns! .ip in these o uniis. mm " The "Fat Woman" in Detroit. Our readers probably remember the "Fat Wo man" show, which "played out" in this city about two asonths ago. The following from Detroit Advertiser, shows that the "Fat woman" still lives: Wm. Perry, doorkeeper at the "fat wo- msnn'' show on Jefferson avenue, who was recently arrested for gambling, was yester- lay partially examined at tbe I oiice Court nd the case postponed for further hearing, The defendant aubpo-naed the fat woman as is witness, and after considerable difficulty was ushered into tbe witness-box to tes- fy in bis behalf There being no charge admittance, the audience was more numerous than select. The w; net s, instead helping- Perry, rather aided the prosecn anil substantially revealed the modus operandi of relieving those who visited the show. The substance of tbe testimony was this: tine portion of toe room where the woman, wax figures, etc., were exhibited, as set apart lor gambling, and t sweat oth was used to gull the victims. Perry as d-iorkerner to the concern, and availed himself of the opportunity offered to notice particularly how much money the p.icfcut book of each person admitted contained. He reported, according to iiielructiona. his dis coveries in ibis respect to the proprietor, and victim was luvariatily relieved accord ingly. She also testified that Perry was fully conversant with all that transpired in the place, tnd although he took no hand the sweat-cloth Arrangement. h.ia guilt ! saeais to ne iuuy eonnrmea, oi all of ful Ihe West Fremont. A correspondent writes: We understand a prtncted effort hss been entered upon ty the Rev. Mr. Long and col lea gun near ibe Four Mile House in the United Brethren Chuich. There aeeins to be a gen eral interest manifested and they will no doulit have a'goorl time, as the Rev. Mr. Long has been tery successful w ith his revi vali previous to this. ,. Presentation. At the last regular meet ing of Ft. Stephenson Lodge Wo. 22 F. A M., the proceedings were varied by a pleas ant little episode worth recording. After a lecture by tbe Master, Dr. F. Wilmer, Mr. Doncyson.ina few appropriate remark, in behalf of tbe Lodge, presented to Dr. Wilmer a beautiful silver goblet and salver. On one side tbe goblet bears Masonic emblems in raised characters, on the other this inncrip tion; TreMrilcd by ihe brethren of Fort Stephenson Lodge No 223 F. A. M., to the Worshipful Master, Dr. F. Wilmer, March 5th, 1BG7. . The Excelsiors. "The Kxeel-ior Dra raatieClub," Mr. Z. Ross, manager, will give two entertainments next week at Union Hall, 'hen they will assuredly receive from the eitisens of Fremont a generot'S support. On Monday evening next they will produce the popular Irish drama of "Born to Good Luck,' in which Mr. Cook, the illimitable delineator of Irish character, will sustain the principal part; the evening's entertainment to conclude rith the Farce of "Family Jan." Ou Tues day evening they repeat the drama and close with tbe Farce of ' Tht Slack Statue." Good music will be fumibhej by the orchestra, and Mrs. Mun bas consented to sing some choice songs. i Revivals. We learn from Rev. Mr. Bul ger, Presiding Elder of the U. B. Church in this District, that a general awakening is in progress throughout the cuunty. Under tbe ministrations of Rev. Lang and Harbaugh many. conversions have been made. The meetings at Winter's Station resulted in the conversion and accession to the Church of one hundred and eighty-two persons: At a meeting held four miles north-east of Fosto ria in the German Reformed Chutcha class of twenty-fiTe membeis was formed. Meet ings are bow? held in Madison, township, where twenty-fnar new members have been received. Twenty-two were at the altar Tuesday night far prayer. The Goilectorsbip. The Commission of Col. W. E. Haynes, Cjlleotor of Internal Revenue for this District, expired on the 4th tnst. Under the provisions of the act regulating the appointments by the Pres ident, and which was passe 1 over the Pres ident's veto ou Friday last, his official duties ceased upon th? expiratioi of his Com mission. The duties of the office now de volve upon .Mr.. Charlos H. Krebs. Senior Deputy, who becomes acting Collector nntil Mr. Geo. J. Aiiders3n, the now appointee rdcsiT33 his order of pjS4CS3iorj and final in structions, which will probably be in a Tery few days. . He his not yet named a deputy for this county, but we understand that Mr. Thoe. Ciapp will receive the appointment. Runaway. Tbe first runaway worth mentioning that has occurred in town since sledding times, happened last Wednesday forenoon, but fortunately resulted in no se rious injury to man or lieast. A team of horses attached to a light wagon or buggy, with one man and a trunk as occupant?, took fright and ran down the hill past the Cro ghan House at a furious rate, spilling out mm and trunk and breaking lose from the vehicle when opposite the new block. The man was knocked insensible, but revived soon after being csrried into the Crogban Houie, to find that he hnd sustained no se rious injury; tbe trunk, however, was badly damaged and the coulcnts considerably straggled. The honos were caught after "ey had crossed Ihe br.uge. Firemen's Parade and Ball. The an nual parade and ball uf Fkicjiont E.noim Co. No. 1, came off last Monday, and was a finer afftir than usual. Chief Engineer A. Young and 8d Assistant J. D. Griffin were on hand in their official capacity. The Foreman of the eimpaoy, Lorenii Dick, and Assistants, William Keiser and H, Gottron. and the Captain of the Hose Cart, M. Free, together ith tbe members, made a splendid showine, Of 133 members, about 120 were in the pro cession. The machines were in rood condi tion, and the parade passed off as all such affairs do when the part'eipants have tbeir hearts in it, in lip-top style, notwithstanding tbe bad state of the streets. The evening wound op with a glorious time, in the wssy of a dance and supper, at Fabing fc Heim's new bail. Something like four hundred peo ple rau-t have been present, and the receipts weie largely in excess of any previous an nual party. The supper was prepared and contributed by the German Indies of the city, and in every rcpect was a ciedit to tbeir housewifely skill aud taste. The members of the company and all others who were present had a pleasant tin e. Annual Rail Road Meeting. Tbe an nual meeting of the stockholders of the Lake Erie A Louisville Rail Road company was held at the company's office in this city on n eane&aay last. 1 he attendance was as large as usual. The following gentlemen were elected Directors for the ensuing year; L. Q. Rawson, D. J. Oorry, S. Carlin, 0. W. Foster, J. Moore, Sabeit Scott, Wm. H. Moore, W. S. Ballinger, R. W. B. McLellan. The contract between tbe L. E. fc L. R. R. Co aud the Columbus and Indiana Cen tral R. R. Co. and the Jeffersonvill, Madi son and Indiaoopolis R. R. Co's, for the building of tweuty -two miles of the L. E. tt R. R. Co'b Road between Cambridge city and Rtishville, Ind.,as submitted to the Stockholders and approved.' Tbm twenty-two miles of the Road is now being construct. I and will be cimi lewd by the first of June. After tbe adjournment of the Stockhold ers meeting, the Directors held a meeting and elpcted the fullowir.g officers: L. Q. Rawson, Tres deiit and Sup't C. W. Foster, Vice Pres't. ' S. Medbury, Chief Engineer. R W. B. McLellan, Sec y. and Trea. B. A tusdttti, General and Freight Agent. of & a h of to to bv sie tee he sold at be Call pain the all take We ties his class He end in each North-Western Ohio Association for be the Improvement of the Horse, Dis continued. This Association was organ ized on the 221 day of March, l?6o. Four exhibitions have been held with premium lists as follows: Perrysburg, May, lr?!io Norwalk, August, 16i5 Monroeville, June, 1HC6, ... Monroeville, October, 1 'G6, . .$ 840 00 . l.OOitKI . 2.715 00 . 2,8a6 00 " $7:5U6 00 Makings total of seven thousand five hun dred and six dollars in cash distributed among the breeders and owners of horses in Northwestern Ohio. The institution has been self-snstainiug, there having been po assessment made upon the stockholders. The unparak'lled success of this institution is probably owing to the fine business qualifi- cal,ons o1 the officers, and Ihe prohibition an eamtiling and liquor sellinc upon the exhibition grounds. On account of nearly the counties within the district having recently organized similar institutions, this Association, at the meeting held in Clyde on tbe 21st ult., concluded to declare a dividend $3.25 on each share, payable on applica tion to the Secretary, and discontinue busi ness. ' Srxsiti.s Anvii k. The Xenia TorcJiluihl flashes forth the fullna ine sensible and truth adrice: "We say. laying all self-iuteret aside and getting down to hard; logic go to those houses which advertise. Men who ad vertise are business men, and intend to trade and will sell you batginx. Practice this ad vice always, and you will hnd that it pays." Tn AiVANTAcor Auvketising. The Houston (Texas) TtUnrark in iliuslratiiia- advantages of advertising, states that a gentleman advertised the loss of a fifty-dollar note in the Telegraph not long since, and found it in hit vest pocket before he reached heme from that office, not the the 7-lm. to that saws. men R. Wm. Owen West Josiah D. healthy Hence LOCAL NOTICES. Sbkkt Musio A few copies of the beauti ful waltz, Valft it MarghartUt may he bad by calling on the Composer Ms. Fain. H. Dot a. l-3w. Seven Yoang Ladies Lost When last seen they were in a crowd at Harri'e Photograph Rooms in Bnckland't new block waiting their turn to hare their Photographs tafen. - "The Empty Sieve." Agents wanted to sell this celebrated engraving in every township in the counties of Sandusky, Erie and Hancock. Apply to Wm.H. Wilson, Poet office drawer 126. Fremont, Ohio. Dyeing. By reference to a card in our advertising columns it will be seen that a branch of F. Cyriax's French Fancy Steam Dyeing and Cleaning Works, has been estab lished in Fremont. Mr. A. H. Rice, Agent, Main Street. The Beautiful Porcelain Floture so much admired and sought after in our east ern cities by the lovers of the fine arts, can be had neatly put up at Harris' Photograph Rooms in Buckland't new block oposite the Crogban Honse, Fremont Ohio. Agents Wanted. Wm. Wilson, of this city, has the agency for the counties of San dusky, Hancock and Erie for the sale of Bulrie'a celebrated engraving entitled -Th BsfrTT Slkeve."" Agents wanted in every township in thfse counties to sell the picture. Post office Drawer 126, Fremont, Ohio. - Glorious News. The citizens of Fre mont and vicinity, have discovered that tbe Bankrupt Bool and Shot Store is If o Hum bio, and that they can buy the best quality Boots and Shoes cheaper than at any other place in the State of Ohio. Call early and secure some of the grtat bargains. Look for the sign of the BAsatrrr Sale or Boots Shoes. Deal's Block, earner of Front and Garrison Street's, Fremont Ohio. Unsurpassed Enterprise. It has been subject of wonder amozg those engaged in business education, and indeed among busi ness men generally, how and why, the Busi ness Colleges at Hillsdale, Mich., and Ober lio. Ohio, meet with such unexampUd success. Tbe truth is. and we commend their exam ple to our advertisers the energetic tnd justly popular proprietors of these Institu tions do all they advertise. They don t be lieve that blowing" and deception pay. This accounts for a success unparalleld in the story of Business Colleges. Snrbly Wonders will Never Cease. Dr. Agar the celebrated healer hat been in onr town a few davs, causing great excite ment by curing the people without the use medicine. Tbe Doctor has rooms at th Kessler Hotel, where he is daily v sited by crowds of persons of both sexes and all ages seeking relief and cure lor their ills. He cordially invites the pior or those not able pay to come and be healed without money and without price. This surely is a very generous offer. We advise all who are sick or ailing with any disease or eomplaint to give the Doctor a call immediately. He will re main during the month of March. . lOtf Travel. The question of spring trsve California threatens to become a very serious consideration in view of the yellow fever on tho Isthmus an 1 the latest state meut that '-Panama is full of pestilence an filth." Unless the scourge abate the Alc tuating population of that region will ere long give neither the doctor nor the census taker much trouble. Meantime, the more cautious or timid of the travelling public, ho scent danger even in being whirled across the Isthmus, under the idea that pest ilencecan keep up with, if not outstrip, the ron horse, may probably seek the Pacific the Nicaragua route, whereon a favorable degree of heath fulness is declared now prevail. Beautiful Instruments. Go to the Mu aud Jewelry Store of E. L. Cross, and the nice 5-octsve Melodeont at $7o.00 each. 5t- Foa Sals Chsap. A good large double Land Roller, suitable for roliiog all kinds of plowed ground. It can be seen by calling at old Planing Mill Sash Factory East side of river. 7n3 S. Hatnw Qrvat Ridcction is Pbicks, at St. Clair't Block. L. Youngman is closing out his stock of Fall and Winter Clothing at cost. Furnishing Goods, Hats, . Caps and Trunks always a good assortment kept on hand and at prices to suit customers. , ScBOLsksBir roa Sals. A scholarship which will secure s thorough commercial course at the first class Commercial College Hillsdale, Michigan, or Oberlio, Ohio, can had ou good terma ft the Journal office. early if you Want it. TrrTB Extsactxo Without Paying. Dr Shaw having a desire to relieve the racking of suffering humanity, has introduced newly invented Bhigolent and Vaporizer, cerftfctlv safe for all; call and tee it. Don't call at once. Teeth extracted without paying was a mis in print; should be Without pain. Clothing and Merchant Tailoring. call tbe attention of our readers to the advertisement of T. J. Barker in another column. He has s stock of entirely new ready made clothing of all grsdes and quail made up in the latest styles, and be is selling at fair rates. Mr. Barker also has all arrangements made for keeping up a first Merchant Tailokino establishment. bas now in his employ one of the best cutters in the State, and is prepared to do custom wotk in the best manner. Try htm see for yourselves. Photography. The Photograph Rooms Buckland's new Block are in full aud tnc cessful operatiou, producing as fair toned pictures as can be made in Ohio. Prices down. I will put up for you four csrd pictures for $1,'50 and duplicates for 25 cents or $3.00 per dozen, and warrant them satisfactory and equal to the beat that can made any where in Fremont or you need accept them. Call and see, dont forget place. Buckland's new Block opposite Croghan House Fremont Ohio. M. Habsis, Paem by "Shank. Lives t'nerc a man With soul so dead That when he tumbles out of bed. And bumps his shins or breaks bit head, Who, never to himself hath said, I'll go to Sherman & Co's. Shoe Store, Save 50 per cent or more, Than was ever saved by me before, Or any other man. If yon don't believe it call and see, No. 3 Fabing dt Heim's Block, nearly opposite the Orogan House. Important to Saw Mill Men. This is certify that we bave gummed our large circular saw with Dole's Patent Emery Glim mer, manufactured by Silver and Deming at Chio. After having nsed other devi ces or machines for gumming, we can testify Dole's Patent is the only successful glim mer we have ever teen used on large circular We deem it to be all that it it recom mended to be, and would advise saw mill to buy on.-. Tomlinsoo t Boyer, Benton, Hancock Co., O Smith, Green Springs, Ohio. L. Youngblood, Mt, Yernon, O. A Douglas, Clyde, Sandusky Co., O. d; Dana, Fremont, Ohio. Weldon, Elmore, Ottawa, Co., O. M. Day, '.' " " " Send for descriptive circular. Hw3. Woam CoysiuKEiNo. Gwd diet makes children and healthy adults. G md Saleratus to make nutritious, healthy diet. use D. B. De Land t Co.'t Best Chem ical SaUratut, as it ia perfectly pure, and bet ter than sods for all purposes. If Oa Is ia to by far listi No Medicine Used. Dr. Agar, pnoii eal Physician, heals the sick by s system of practical oppcrationt to effectual and pecu liar that inveterate eases are often cured in a few minute, without the nse of medicine. The wocderfullnes of this system of healing consists in its simple, natural, instantaneous effectiveness and general adaptability tea great variety of diseases. Chronic diseases cured and acute pain relieved in a few min utes. The lame . walk, the blind see, the deaf hear. Scores of thousands of persons hsve been eared or greatly relieved, and what is still more strange and wonderful, diseases heretofore considered incurable, such as Ovarian Tumors, Falling of the Womb, Fever-Sores, or sore legs of twenty years standing, are frequently cared in ooe operation. Let it be borne in mind, how ever, that o supernatural power ia claimed in the performance of these seemingly mir aculous cures. There have been men in all ages who have had the same power over die eases of the body and mind. Some call it the gift of healing, or curing by the faying on of handt. Rooms at the Kessler House, time com mencing Saturday March 2nd, and remain from 15 to 25 days. . The poor treated free of charge. t FREMONT. Marriages. By Rev. H. Lang, Jan. 30th 1867, Mr. Z Oppbsm an to Mrs. K. Jacobs, both of Ball' ville. Br the same, Feb. 7th 1867, Mr. Esast DiprBAii to Miss Anna K CrasrcoBB, both of Sandusky Tp. By tbe same Feb. 19th 1867, Mr. Acourr Bcilimas to Miss Elizabeth Bowmab, both of Washington Tp. Commercial Matters. Fremont Market. journal orncB, rBBMOrrr, o-, i Tkoraiay, Mar 7, 167. J Wheat So. 1,$2M; No. 1,12 S3; No.S,$l Flour $11 ia 60 WDM. Corn soe W bashel for shelled : 60e. W bethel a th oar. Bye TS$'0c Vbasatr. ObU SAs. W baihcl. Buckwheat (grain) Tie. V bushel. Flax Seed 3 00 V bnahel. t Imaiby Mee4 S3 16 OS V bushel.. Clover Seed $ I 00 te V barbel. Dressed HefBS7 Kgl 90 W cwt. KdtHI 10 5. V tb by the kef ; 13Xo. -b at retail. Smoked Meats Hans, UAtSa. W lb ; Shool dera, 13,l6c. W lb ; Dried B-af, c V lb. Pealtry -Tnrkies, 11 00, tt eO$l 00 apises Chickens, U 16a. ap(eee, Bvt ; dreeeed, 810c. V lb. Batter 20). W lb Eggs iiie. W dues, Cbeeee lfsJSle. v lb. Potatoes A00c. W bashel. Oaloae dOOSOe. V bashel. Greea Apples-oOQTSe. W barbel. Dried Apples Si. V tb. Heeewax-aoc. v lb. Wool MfflSScVlb. Salt Floe, W sack, Sie ; W bbl., 13 50 ; Coarse, W bbl., S3 Fael Wood, W cord, 13 00$4 00 ; Goal f 10 W Taa delivered. Coffee-RIo, aJ7e. W lb ; Java, eoetde. lb Tea-8sll oovtb. Sugar Common, by tha barrr', W is, UK le ; White, llc W lb. fUce 11c. V lb. mackerel- OOQflO OdW Kebl.: $i M W Kit. Fremont Lime-so V bash, flay sa 00 e S 00 W Taa. Maple Soger 12xa"5i Fremont Lumber Market. Pipe Slaves One Inch sad t hstf, . One Inch aad s quarter- One loch and - -One loch Bad Oak, Sereo-Elghth - , tS V M il SO u ; it La anber Whit Ash, Poplar, Black Walnut, Cottonwood, Pino, elaar. do Common Shingles Oak. lis oovjn S0 0) do SHOO do . id SO do H6i4 00 do a oo do 5T00WI Fremont Fur Market. Hiss afdoOAd.M Wild Cat ..... Oerossca ..... Bra Fox ....... ...SOS No. J, Coox........T'a wnrri "at toe .Ur Black Recite. Me Farm for Sale. AVCHT desirable farm, ahcat ens mile south, waat from Ballerae. Ohio. The farm soataiat forty scree, choice ecu, houaa. rood oat-houaea. choice aell, rod two-aiorv dwelllnr ac , orchard, two walla of rood watar. aad attested oa aa axeelleat roa I. for farther particular! erqnlre of th- mbeerfber OB tso premieoa. HUBERT B. 8TBWABT. March 8. 167 lOwS. SPECIAL NOTICES. LADIES OF DELICATE CONSTITC- TION, and ascertain health are streoaoaaly ad- Tired throw arfde tha oaaeoaa and useless prepara tions with wLleh they are aecastOBwd to drag them eel.ee, aad test tha hjrelaa, body-aad-mlnd rtreogtbentog viitoes of Hosrcrna's Cblbssatsb SrotAca Bimsa. Io all tho e mplaiate and disa bilities arising from Tarlooa cause, they will find this chewing . refreshing sod lavlf oratiof prspaxa- tlon of extraordinary aflletcy. Its rr relating prop erties ar wonderful, and aa a remedy for th laa- oar, naaara, tremors, convatsioas, bysteris, Ac. which often accompany tha derelopmodt of woauu hood, tt h ao equal among the preseriptioBS of tht fieri t j or advertised medicine. For tb many dia treasiBf f-etirrs which arbor la and oft a follow tbo period of maternity, aad also for the nainfal sod danferoas symptoms which aoasetimr.s aoeoorpaay change of life,' HosTSTTsa's Birrras ar ear nestly reoommandeJ. No other restorative ari to rait so well the coaatitalioa sod the orgsnlss. tlots of the feebler sex. I a all esses of Female De bility where th re Is a went of brisk vital actios th BiTTxss prod, er s most important Changs re Verinj local weakaest sad n-tetabltshiof th gsner health. CONblTOPTION CURABLE BV OB. SCH EN CIVS MtDICI.MES.-To ear Cob ampt'on, tb system mast be pnparsl so that tb longs wils bcal. To aceompliab this, tbe liver aad stomach moil first be eleaoeed and an sppetlts eras- ted for food wholesome food, which, by these modi doeawtll be digested properly, aad food healthy blood madV; thus building ap tbo eonslitatiOB. Srhenek's Baodrak Pills cleanse the stomach if ali bilious or in noon, aoeamolatlons; sad, by oainf th Bos Weed Tonle in connection, tbo appetite Is re stored. r-chenck'a Pulmonic Syrop ia nuuietous sa wtl a medicinal, and, by asinf th three remedies, sQ Im. parities ar expelled from th system, aad food, wholesome b"ood made, wbleh will repel oil disease. patients will take theae mejidoes snordlnf todi- reettnn,Conmunptioa very f-sqaently la its hut tetaft yields readily to their actios. Tab th ptlla fro qaotoly, to cleanse theliver and stomach. It does not follow that because th bowla ar not costire they ar not required, for sometimes Io diarrhosa they ar Dec-nary. Th stomach mast be kept healthy, and an appetit created to allow tb Pul monic 8rnp to aet oa the respiratory organ prop erly and allay any irritation. Then all that is re quired to perform a permanent cure ia, to prevent taking cold. Exercise about th rooms aa much at partible, eat ail the ricbeat food fat meat, fame, sad, fact, anthing the appetite craves; bat be portico ktraod masticate well. 43yL 2d w evy mo. a. m-nl An Effectual Worm Medicine. Brown's Vermifuge Comfits, Woaa Loiexoes. Much sickness, undoubtedly, withchildrea and adults, attributed to other causer, occasioned by worms. Tha " Vsraircos ConriTS,' although effectual la destroying woim., ear do no possible injury to the most delieast child. This val uable combination has bean aaoonrfolly asod by phy sicians, and foaad to be safe and sore in eradicating worms, so hurtful to childreo. Children having; worms require immediate at tention, as neglect of the trouble of tea cause prt Ionfed rlcknesr. Symptoms of Worms la Cklldren are often overlooked. Worma la the atomaoh and bowel. cause Irritation, which can be removed only by the nse of s sore remedy. The combination of ingredients need making AVeew's - Vtrmijugi Ctmplf is sack AS give th best possible etten with salety. CURTIS A BROWN, Proprietors, New fork. Sold all Deator ia Medicines, at 2 eta. a box 22ylsmp . ItiUtn A Sew aae! . MudUmnd A Seas. Arcntt Ksy Cewaly. IXEW PERFUME FOK THE HASDHEKCHIEl, Phalon'a phnlon' Pbalon'a "eight Blooming Cerent 'rb H looming Cereae. Night HlawmiHg Cereaa.t "Night Rlsomlag CerwaaJ "Night Blooming Cerravs.. Salon's A mail exquisite, delicate, and Frerrraiit Perfum. led from th rare and ocautiHii flower frm) rhicb it take its nam. Manufactured only by PDALON V SON, New York. BEWAEE OF COUNTERFEITS. ASK FOR PHALON'S-TAXI KO 0THEH. Wadsworfln & Pratt's NEW CROCKERY & GLASSWARE Are at No. 6, Fabing't New Block, State Street, Fremoat, Ohio. WADSWORTH & PRATT. Fremont, March 1 , 1867. 9ml . SEeCnVS. PRESCRIBED GOLDEN SEAL. R. eon mended for the treatment of Dyspepala, Ifldl gostioB, General Debility, and Fever and Arse. and warranted to care, invented by Dr. G. O. Bbgub. It Is a vee. table oompooad of thirteen distinct artte- las, aad ia sp aad la Approved aad nraaaiibed by th medio iiorasaioa. A ' phyeieiaa who baa made oa of it hi his araotiee ears It la hrnlean. while it ia soteat: aet doe it, as is th car with assay awdielsea,lav a ebatterrd eenjtitutlon in krs track." gold by aD droffirte. OBBUT 8KTNNXR k CO.. Sol Proprietors, lOjlj Sprinrdeld, Mas. HALL'S VEGETABLE Sicillian Hair Renewer RENEWS TBE HAIR. Hall Vbsitabls Siciiliab Haib Rasrowsa Restores ftray Hair to tho wlfinal color. Hall'8 Vsostasle BiortLiAB Haib Rxxawn Preveata tb bair from falling of. Ball's Vsotabli Sicilliab Haib Rwrxwn kf akea th hair soft and f 1oaey . Ball's Vmxtasls Sioilliaw Baib RiAtvxa , Door not rtain Ibe akin. Ball's Vesetabx Bicilliab Baib Bmrn Has proved itself the best preparetioa for tho bair oror pre seated to tha public For sale by slldmrr'rti. Pries $1.00. B. F. HALL A CO., Nashua, N H, Fraartotoif. February at, lttT-TmA CROCKERY EMPORIUM. E. B. MOORE TTavTNG arebasod tbe wll known Creek err stove XT of J. W. Bovloa O. la proaarM to sacily theelrhwaf of rUaduiky and adjoining soaarttaswltb CROCKERY. China and Glassware LOOKING GLASSES, Britannia-Ware. Plated-Ware TABLE CLTLERY, LAMPS, &C, &C WI BAVX ON HAND THB L. ar c e sl S t ocV C7 Ever Bronf hi to Fremont, and sr reoetvtng dally, direct from tha arataasMtBT- ers an alnai oi CROCKERY AND GLASSWAKK which waare selling at prices thst DEFY CO JI PETITION. Wt bar s large sad wall leted STOCK OF LAMPS, GOOD gtTPPIY OF OIL. WakMsowervthlnaTlaoartraa aad rail It a enoapaseas onso ia rrorurem ubio. Oemeta and examine oar Btoeksal roa will 14 th BEST ASORTMENT, sad tb LOWEST PRICES to befouod ta this m Ark el OUR ! ! In MttBwHos with tb abm h will mII th knowa Croghaa Mills Flour, sataarAetafOd by foor A De.n, (formerly Moor ft Vallette.) All oar Soar la made from No. 1 wheat and la faarantaed to give aattrtact'on. W will keep oonstaatly on hand at Whole and Retail, Floor, wranam, lien nasi, urea, c O out torgel le Place No. 9, Fallette, Moore & Rawson Block E. B. MOORE. Frcmokt, March 23, 1866. I Syt. Harainm. Attention I J art nabllrhed, now, enlarged edition, oi vr. tridrau. a eeieoraieu hook on the treatment of all tha diseases of bore, with tricks practiced by jeekrye aad how to tell are. f hone sod eatti. Avery aorao owner rnowra save tt. Bent by mall for only (Oct.. Address, 8. S. MKLIIN, AAWISTOB, BA For Sale. Btata and County Blrhtr.of J. B.Catbwbu, ACo , Celebrated ttlaas Ctator Wheels, for Bedstaada and Flaora. Bor particulars addresa as above, box sen O , FhllMllphla. RISX.ETS irUCHfJ ia tbo ctraa for pais aad wrakaaaa in the beck and kins; and all thoe eomplalata res I ting from demagemoat of the kid ney, and orioary organs Sold in lore, bltlea by the dragrirta. BARRAL, BISLElf. A Co, W noli sale liroffisia, lu uaemoer bu, b. i . Royal Havana. Lottery of Cuba. Draws' oar ia renter daye. Frlte cashed and Information given. High. at rate paid for doubloon. and all kinds of fold and .ilver. Ueoboe CrssB, OS N. Maia Bt , rrovuienoa, k. i. Fisnno TACKLE. Needles Flsk Hooka. Ac of vry dmsriptios. in serted sad maaolaetarod by Auebt Dsirtv Ks. M hsisai It,, New w(rCtM door from klaidea Lst. la All to and ed dsy s tion - for (To Aew act snd Una Beat, said of State ia and thirty-first In By Une For or ; CARPETS. Sanford, . ;, s . , : Stone and r'U: Coffin. - ' AT THE NEW CARPET STORE! tit BTPERIOB STREET, HAVE a Soe orrment af V.rret, 3raacrls, Tar oestry. Three-ply, Iorrala,Oettar and Bom Oerpetiaf. Also, Floor Oil Cleths, Oecoa kUttusf, Wladew Bhadv. Lao Carmine. Damask Carta toe. Table and Piano Cover. Door hUta, Bugs, Aa, A., stsk LOWEST CASH PRICES. BANFOHD.STONE A COFFIN, Bag la Block, x. . - , ... . SIS 8aperior Street - Cleveland, Ohi. vlialsaftpd. CAlVPEiTIKGS! Laoe ChATtaixti and ,8hades. BECKWITH & STKRIiLXO, 1ST dfc 189 Berperlor Bu, Clervptaod, O. HAVB jaat received at their fanaMaaa EstabUab aeant (the larreat Carpet .tore In Oo sewatryj aiargeatoek of FMFIT, , BRUSSKLt, ' S PLT A INQIUIHCJRrBT8. sew and aad beautiful pattaras. Aiso.Msttlngs, Ksts, Floor sad Table Oil 0tbo, alao aa elerant variety of Laos and MusHb Carvtaa, OoM Band SOAiW, DsimAik., Brocatel!. -. As they import there foreign fooda aad bay freen nunafaata rare direct, they are offering goods AtfTSoiierssaaad prion. Parttas faralshinf ar requested to azamlo their goods aad prices. llSyll LAND GRAF & ERNST, Ob tho Pike, West Knd af Bridge. General-Commission MERCHANTS. Highest cash prices pal I for """" " BUTTER, EGGS, - , . '. LARD, , . TALLOW, HIDES, PELTS, DRIED FRUIT Ae., Ac, Ac We hATS consta-jlly oo hand t complete ttook of Family Groceries , Which to oSer at tb Lowest New York Cash Prices. Salt and Flour always on band. Highest price tor al! sorts f FCTU Den't pts by th. 'WILD CAT SIGN, rKXV. J. LANDeRAF, STATEMENT or Taa coaditiok or raa Secnrity Insnrance Go. OP UHW YORK, OntheSlst day of December, 180U, made te ihe Auditor af Uhlo, ptmaaat te the BtSIHS OI (BBS MSI. . .' I. CArlTAL. Tbe imonnt of its Capilsl Stock, ill psid up is, $1,000,000 00 n. A85TCTS. Cash of tba Cumpaay on hand, tnd in the hands of Annta . and otbei persons, $180,046 83 The Bonds snd Stocks owned bj the Company, 381,373 50 Debts doe the Company, cecur. , ed by mortgage, 498.184 00 Debts otherwise secured, 106,300 00 Debts for Premiums, 74,641 87 other Securities, 180,880 19 Total Assetsof the Company, $1,431,325 39 III. ktASIUTIES. Losses unadjusted, ....... other claims against Company, $141,250 58 the 17,706 41 Total Liabilities, $158,956 99 IV. MISCKILASEOCS. The greatest amount insured ie any one risk one nsk ftb'J.OW as a rule, .J,WW. The greatest amount illowed by the rales be insured to any one city, town or village, the greaU tt amount allowed to be insur in sny one block fio rule. . The amount of its eapiul or earninirs de posited io sny other State, as security for losses inerein, qm&w uu. STATE OF NEW YORK, K Cocstt or Nitw Yobs, A. F. Hastings, President, and Frank W Ballard, Secretary of the Security Insurance Uompany, being severally sworn, depose and say, that tba toregoiDg is a lull, true, and cor statement of tbe affairs of said Insurance Company, and that they are the above de scribed omcers thereoi. - A. F. HASTING3, President. FRANK V7. BALLARD, Sec'y Subscribed and sworn before me, tbis35tb of January, 1S67. frivi CMT STAMP.! tsAi l THOS. L THORN ELL, Commissioner fir Ohio. Or net of tbb Acditos or State, ) 15SCSAKCS Depastmkrt, Coliinrbns, Olio February 7. 1867. ) It is hereby certified that the f vreroing is correct copy of the statement of the condi oi the security insurance uompany oi ? l . . . i .11 , . i on nar luri, inane to sua niea tu iois omce the year 1567. wituess my hanl and seal otllt.nlly. NeauI JAMES H. GO DM AX Auditor of State. By J ABts WftilAMt, Chief Clerk. Certificate of Anthoritr. exjirs oa the 31 at dy of January, A. D. 1S84 ) Orriot or the Auniros or State, y Inscbahcc Detabimeiit. Columbus, Ohio, February 7, 1867. j Whkskab, The Security Insurance Com- psay, located st ew 1 ork, in the State of lork, bas Hied in tbis office a sworn statement of its condition, sa required by tbe "To regulate Insurance Companies not incorporated by toe otateot unio, passed April 8, 1856, and amended February 9, 186 1, the act "To regulate Foreign Insnrance Uompaoiea, passed April 5, icbb; and, Whereas, said Company hss furnished the undersigned satisfactory evidence that it is possessed of an actual cash Capital of at leant Hcsdsbo a.nd firry 1 housasd Uollabs, invested as required by said cts: and. Whereas, said Company has filed in this of fice a written instrument under its corporate signed by the President and sectetary thereof autboiizing any agent or agents of tympany in tbis state to tetnow ledge t i i ,,rr ij oervicci vi piArvtrao, lur sua iu ireiiau oi emia Company according to the terms of said act ApniO, IH5b. Now, therefore, in pursuance of the sets aforesaid, I, James H. Godieao, Aoditor of for Ohio, do hereby certify that said Secnrity Inturance Company of New York, authorized to transact the business of Fire Marine Insurance in this State untiha day of January, in the year one thousand eigbt hundred and sixty-eight. witness whereof, I have hereunto tub- scribed my name snd caused the seal. seal of my office to be affixed the day and year above written. JAS. H. GODMAN, Auditor of State. James William, Chief Clerk. J,W. GO0DS0X, Agent, Bellevue, Ohio. PRENTISS & LEWIS, Agents, Monroeville, Ohio. February 22, 1867. 8w3. fVK MARKING LIMIM, e The Ianproveel ludelikle Pencil, Fatuti!1S,1s6S. neatly S.penor te ladellkl Ink. Feoril will mark over 1,40 artlelee. Deairabla. convenient, and aeefuL SprlarSeld Maar.) Republics. 81. br Bookseller. St.tlaoer. Drurri.ts. Ae. Manufactured aad sn'ri at Whelwale, by The Indelible Pencil Co., . Nnrthamptoo, Mas.. Every reacil Warrantud. rrisa, 60 oente. 61ml AGENTS WANTED. Sample stmt fro. No (inltal reaeired. Lsdis G.atiemea eaa eas from 13.00 tofl0.SS p.' dy gatiois Itamp, tad sddreee . inirr a) vo,, iifUU Bt Jftw yers. IT, 14, 2 S f. ""statement 1 er tbs ooiroiTioa or m mm INSU3AHCE 00MP7 Of BROOKLYN, lTEW YORK. 9" oTthi N TBI FIRST DAT OF JAStJART. 1SS7, te th. ABdAtar er usio. sureoaat to t statats that SUt. I- CAPITAL. Th smouut of its tapiUl stock sB paid ap is , fl.OCO.OOO OB li. ASstre. ' Cash aa baad, la bank aad la the kands oi areats la oswrs of traoswilndoa .. . fjldLjS. 29 Beal aalAI aoucamserea (ttesce aulia- toil .-..i The konde and stookt ewoed ky the) Ke pany asarrei vaio.. Loans oa bond and mortgage ........ Debt otherwise eeeored loaaa oa de mand.... ...... Debte for p rsaarama. Are, marine tod m land AJI other property, including accrued Interest ...... SlAMuSt Sia.tOl 29 sj.su w 492,SOS0 23.7t3 30 Total Assets dT the Company ...1,V U. UABIUTIBS. Losses anadjusedi. J '.. (11163 7 IT. HiaoEXLASSOTS. Tha greateat aaaoaot insared la awy oo rl.k 100,000 bat will aot as general ralaexeeed 14,000. The greatest amount allowed by too rates to be la eared i any oaa sity, town or vitlage, and tb f reel set amount allowed to be losoved ta snr oa block No s, lasers! rale seismed by dreanutanee. The assoaat of Its capital or aorninf 6. posited in any other 8 tale, as nearlty for losses therein flSS,atN0O. Depoeit required la Ohio, aMd.aa.aaUy. STATE OF RIW TORK, I Cocstt ae Mtw Yosx, j Stephen Crowelt, Fresident, and Fhlhusder Shaw, Secretary of tho Pa-mil Inearancs Cosapsay- biiag aevarally rwora, depoeeaad ssy, that th. toregoing is a full, true sod correct ataaasnat of th aAalrs at said Company, aad thst they are the above doscrihad offi cers thereof. rrrtPHB CROWILL. PrMidsat PrllLA.NDIR SHAH", rocretary. SubMrribed tad swora bsfore me, this Uth day of January, 1SC7. seal THOMAS F. GOODRICH, viva out stabs- Commissioner for Ohio, . Orrrca op rat Arsiroa or State, I Colcmbcs, Ohio, Jsnasry M, 1S7. j It is hereby certified, that tbo foregeinf ia a cor rect copy of tb Statameutcf oood rloa of tb Pbaoix Iaaaraaco Company of Brooklyn. N . , made to and Sled n this oOos, for the year 1SS7. Witness my hand and seel, oateiaily. Seal JAB. H. GODMAN, Auditor of State. By J abas Wiuiabs, Chief Clerk. '' CER TIFICA TE Of A UTEOJtll T. (Te expire oa thoSlat day of January, 1869.) Orriea or tbb AroiToaor Statb, Insurance Department, Columbus, O. Jaa. 28, 1867.) Whereas, Th FBRNIX INSURANCE COMPANY, located at Brooklyn ia the State ol New York, has Sled ia this oat a swora statement of it eondltioo as required by th Srstaotaoaof th aet T. rtfo la Insanuie Companlas aot Incorporated ky th. Btata of Ohio,'' passed April 8, 1H68, and amended February S, ISSt; aad tha act -To reirulate Foraifa IneerSDce CompaahMs" passed Ap--tl A. 1S6; Aad, w hem, said Company has farmsced the una. reigned satisfactory OTtCenes tnst i' 1 ecu seined at at least One U a red rod and Ptfty Tboaa bbA Dollar, of aomal CaB Capital. Invest ed si nqa'rad br said as; aad whereas, sold Ooas paay baa tied ia this cfiico a written Instrument ander Its corporate seal, signed by the Fraaideot and Smntary thereof, ssthoiising say agent or Sara's of said Company la this 8 at to ockoowlodf sar vte of procM-s tor aad In b.kabT of said Company tccoRiaf to the terms of said act of April 8, ISoS. Now, therefore, la parsaaaoo of the acre afnreald, 1, James H. Godman, Auditor of State lot Ohio do hereby certiry loot aata roenrtx insaraae. Company of Brooklya, N. Y.. ia aatherhnd to transact the business of Fir. aad Maria) Iooarenos la tau Stat, until the thtrty-dist oat of Jaaeary, la tho yaar see thousand eight hundred aed sisty-ejght. fsEAl, la Witbess WoBasop, 1 have hereunto sabseribed my aamo and eaaaed tho eeal of my effle 10 SO amx-w toe uay lira tbsjt aoove wntlei.. JaMBS H. HODMAN, Auditor f dtate. By Jabbs Wiliiajis, Chief Clark. . D..S. CAMFIELD, Affeut, 33. Fietnout, Ohio, HEIaMBOLD'S Fluid Extract Buchu, Is a oartala ears for die iree of the Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy, Organic WtaJmesi,- remal Com plaints, General Debility, and ail dleroses of the DRINARY ORGANS, bttbn rxiatlng la MALE OR FEMALE, from whatever Close orlglnaauf and bo matter of HOW LONG STANDING, Dlasaalt of thst orgs us require th as of a diu retic If ao treatment 1 sub-nit? d to, o insamptiea r insanity may enene Oar Sth sad Mood ere sap- poma rroru unto traros, on ma nesita saa nss piaess, aad thst of postority, depmls apoa th d rem o tare of s reliable remonr. B ALB BOLD IXTKACT OTCHT, StabUahd tpwords or is yars, preperea ay H. T. HTTTiMBOLP, Druggist, M Broadway, New York, aad 104 South 10th 3 tree t, FBiladelpbis, Fa. The Olory of "fan Is Serena tla -There for tho aerroos sad debilioMed ahoa.a is. mediately BAS JOBLBBOL9 B CTSAUT BCCSV. Maahooel mmi ToankfBl Tiger are re gale ea sy hsusold s sitbact urcBC. . ftkattereel ConstlmtloM Ilea to real Hii.aeoLD'a Bxtbact Btroar;. BelBSbolA Iztraet Baehuaod Iararra Ross ST abb ear tesretaad del-cite disorders ia all tboir sUres.tlittl. sxp-nes, little or ao eh.ag ia diet, no lneoavnltad Boexjaaw. It is qi.ts. sat ia last, and odor, lamed late its action, and Ires trot ail lejunous pro peril ea. ktaich 1, IMTvUdS1. ASTROLOGY. The WORLD ASTONISHED AT TBI WOKOCSrtA BIVELATIOBS MADE BY THE OREA TASTR0LOOIST Madame H- A. Perrigo. Bh rare sis secrets ao m.rtal erer knew. She re atoreeto happlneia tbeee who, from doleful vnta, oatastrophea. cror sea in love, loss of relation aad trends, loot of meney, Ac , have become oVnpoadent. She bring together those long separated, rives ia formatloa oonoeraiaa absent fiisnds or k.vei, re store, loot or stolen property, tells yon th busio.es .on an best qualiuea to pnraad in what yoa will be most su.etsrul, osaaMspeedy marruifeaand tell yoa the eery day yoa will marry, gin yoa the same, Usenet! and ehsraetrriaUca of the perron. She roads yonr vary iboaghts, and ky her alnsoot saperaatoral poweta aural!, lee dark and hidden m auriee ol th. intur. from th stars wa aee In the Armament th maleSe star, that overcosoe or predominate in tb ooofigu ration from too aewes'a aad positioaa or tbe plana tsadtho feEodstars us tbe heavene at la time oi birth, ah. dadoes, the latues destiay of man. fall aot te eoeealt in. ere.tet Astrolo oa earth. It oee's yea bats trifl -, and yoa may sover agaiabava so ravoraMe as opporraBivy. whiiiiuod r, with ikeaoaa aad all dired iolorejation 81 00. Partie liviarat a distaaco oaa Bealt th M.dsme hv mail with equal saf'ty and aatisfaatloa to themrelvsa. aa U In peraoo. A tun ana sxpiicu anon, written oat, ansa all laquirtee owawerwi aaa usesrse raeloeea. eat bv auvu oa raoolpt of ana abov aMatiooed. Tne tricte.t-osrei will be mlato.ad. aala I eor- reapoadinc returned er dstroy.d. Refoienee of in. avnesT ornwr rarwreav-i irm. avmriaf in H Writ, .lainly th. day of th roesth aad jear ia which yea wax. oors, ..cwtiBf ism iuca ei nair. Aacr. a, sirusi a. i.rnruiiu, Ptl. Urawor JSJ, Bulf.l, H. Y Febraary 14, t8T -Tjl. Elpecially to the Sick. OOCrOU E. JVLUE MATTOCKS AAAIaYTIICAJL PHY8ICIA.V, littse oi "jew kerK. TH TBE CURE OF CHRONIC DISEASES, of .very I name sod nature. Dr. Mattock, for thirty years, baa devoted hia whole attention, and baa ef fected som. of the moat remarkable cares, la fnrr- dier.se s. Triesrstesn ie fosnueuon truth, dine-a mm all otnera. no experimenting, oo auainf sica to rare, ao deoeptloo, ao bambag sad ao poisons asod, all vofetabl. remedies that aid nature, gt.ee a can did ODinioa aad .Sects parmaasat eare. Wessk a trial of oar trostaarat Before aboadoaiaf air bop. Baadrer' bar besa eared by this treatment after flviBgaptodlo. w Inrits ts restlgatrou. Ho mat ter wast yaar disease Is, oall eaaasla for year. sr;tt will ooat BOtbuif. Consultation. Aee. SB. B. JOIaLZS MATTOCKS, aaa bo consulted at bis oSloaa as follows, for th yaar .7 ono any every ioar wooe x FREMONT, O , Keslr'B Hotel. Moadavs. Jan. Feb. 11, March U, April la. May 13. CLYDE, O., AuMrica Esele, Tuesdajs, Jaa. 14, Feb. 12. March 13. AprU 14, May 14. NOBWALS. O- American H.taL WedneedATS. Jaa. 18, Feb. IS, March 13. A pril 17. Mar. 14. 0BG3LIN,O Traveler's Home, Thondayo, Jaa. Feb. 14, March 14, April IS, May 16. EI.YRI4. 0 , Beebe Booea, Fridays, Jan. 18, Feb. Bsreh 14. April IS, May IT. RESIDENCE, Cleveland, 107 Brio Street, Sstar. days. Jen. IB Fsb. IS, March 14, April 30, May IS. vinooeys. Setoiiig 7jJqci)Iiif Sewing MacY.ines. 8. o m a w F- m 25 D Ed a H r, f w CaII In tm thfttn and g efralsaXB, at H.LKSHEH'S HAT STORE. 15a4aiS - . Fremont fiOfi -.. Tl?.tt bT -T eaeBlth 114 isVAAl Steaeil Tools. NoemrteanoseceasA. Thernaeau,caehiOTa,aadTraaarersotluo aka lardora th Kir ealar. 8. f. Address th. laaBiais Itaaall Tool Wuk. a.. a av th STE.UCTK OIIi nr F2aXZ20NT OS TBB I .' Easl Side of the River! Tfiff tvadarey7.ga4 Itu f anbaewd th. eil kaortt formerly owned by Jeaee Yaaa.aa.aod he kaaeaTarro the Bam and is now procured to do a SBBf buiinesa ia THE rAXXLSQ LINE. W1NTED-300 Conls of Bark tW CASH PAID FOR HIDES. Taiuaing done on Shares Strict sttoBttoB paid to CUSTOM WORK. W aoliett a abAr af pabll aotmaafe, and wtl warrant oar work satiafastory. VF. D. SHEIIITOOIk Fremont, March , 1S4S. lttyl. 6.W. BUBEB, J.O.ROBZBAUeS. HTJBER &EOSEBATJOB, HaasmetoRra sad dealers la all kinds of CABINET FURNITURE i Parlor and Chamber Bttt, Parlor, Cant and Wood Beat Chairs, Sofas, Teteo TeUs, Lounges, Exiemiiem, Dining and Breaifast Table Parlor Tables, Bible Stands, Writing Desks, Wood Brackets, Btrtaus, Washing Stands, - - - Wardrobes, QS'iet Detks, (ffios Chairs, JDirrors, 8trlDg Beds and Matrasses, Of all style and price. We mann factor all tee above to order aad do ro aarinf in tbe beststyle. W do all the boetness ia tb oadertatieg Una aad are agent, for risk Pa est nettUle Barrlal rase. TURNING DONS TO - ORDER. Arch treat, ia tba rear of Bibbart's are Block. 14 0,1.9 GO TOHHB SEIGEL MILLS To get your Flour, Meal aud Feed. 80 TO THE SEIGEL MILLS To get yonr grist ground, your Wheat Cora aad Bock boat. We have made eeversl improvements the Inst yaar. which enables s to give a LARGE YIELD aad GOOD FLOUR, aad w a suit th eastern trad a. wall sa sny mill ia th country. Bat to rrKoomSdata a U and rive satlateotioa without deiey. wo Willi ebonr tot Ioar tor wheat, rrtvus: to an aoeordlnw t quality of wheat broatnt. firain wtiuinr sseoi tor tabw-aso, eta havo their oora bolted by brisgisg a maa-baf. Sf frvnd Buekwhost Tuesdajs and Fridaye. W. eaa aell western Soar for 7, (10, and $11.60 4hrrrel.anl rood winter wheat Soar for S14e. Jaat remember the p are, tb aessm mill, comer sf Watar and Garriaoa streets, opposite June's Feuadry when yoa can bay food Soar, bark wheat Soar, bol ted meal and feed of all kind, ia quantitis to salt purchase s. Cash paid for wheat, rye, era A back, wheat. CAMFIELD A SEESEMAN. Fremoat, O, Job. 24, 18ST. Furniture Ware Rooms. C TV. TSCH17MY, fTlAUS steoaar. la saaoanelTigthat ha has enlerr 1 sd and Improved his Furniture MAauiActr-ry aed Ware Haass Boom,situaUd oa tha eoruer at Front and Garrison Streets, Directly oppoelt.T.Clapp'i 8 tore, where he ta pre. oarod to supply all t waat of Furniture with a. good aa ertioia, sad sa CHEAP as say ether MtAhilshoMOt uaaadaskymaty. Kla ttook ooariata f BoytetM, TubltK, Stands, Chair, Bedstead . rASXOK yCKXITCBE, sod la roctrrory artisie . Fsjoitor reqalsi' to kou keeplDg . All deeerid tioa.o' r.rnitiir manutastured to srdttsad WAR. RANTCO. Call at taf Ware Hop Eaa. UlfDERTAKUVO. I have let swiit a rpleadld BBARSE, aad am stw- CrotosaooBrHiay minerals, furnishing COFFINS, i, IB my lino.' Cownv.i elwars on heed, or mso to order i re roed lately, la havo also ob Band . FISB7S PATENT METALIC BURI AL CASES. Mad of In perishable mateTtla,eaamed tarfd. sna eat to prevent rust, snd th xteriorh a Sao Rosewood taiea. Whoa properly cemented th re mAini of tho di osase d are free from irruptica of wa ter or tho depjwdatioM as vwrasiTA, and asay witbom oSenatv odor bo kopt aa Ion as desired, tlies eb.it sting tbaosslty of batty borialr. I hsvs them ct sUstaos. . tensoot. v.. 1M. C. W. 1M:Hl ltT. THE Howe Sewing Machine - EXCELS ALL OTHERS IB exeellea-w, durability, beauty aad Snisb. It fa adapted to all Boaaabold sewing, am ia the rest KeBufaeturiorMaeaintaxiatara. It ienerrwti. aimpl in eonstrustioo, and oaa bo worked jby any body. Tb. stitch oasjiotbe ravelled, is very alaaUs, and has tbo aam.apparaeratoU aide. Thla Sewing Bsc bin and samplea at its work msw be see at tbe rooms ef th Agist, niaa IrTAeIXGIIJUOrLC) IS 8T. CLAIR BLOCK, FREMONT, O. lav- nnnrsinr. TnoUor. Drasa aaJ Cloek u.tu pons la the bolt siy lest thsAgiD s rooms. fm4 TO LOAlTin We are prepared t o loan FLAX SE12T) TO FARUEUd : For Spriiirr sowing and coutract to take the seed at market price, or make special price. WCOME SOON: ROBERTS & SHELDON. Fremont, February 22, 1S67. Home Insurance Co., OF NEW YOEK. S!A Semi-Annuni Statement, stowing theccn- ainon oj ute uompany on tne 1st day Jaif, iefi. Cash Capital, a, 000,000,00 Assets, 3iii9,2'A,00 Liabilities, 130,383,13 A vwry Iarr per .eat of th a Mete ol th. Comso. eooBiat In Boada aad Mortgsg esand UaitedBtatro atoras. TbirComnanyby It fflciat etScere and mo at borne, snd its sgent sbiosd, lus built np sn .rgoal. snMoa ssreed to aewc in th Vmntd Sfeirs tor Paa- BAXKIICT ood RXLIABlLITT. All iwis..a kin( lasnraae should remember Hoaae, of Nsw York. UHJUllJtS d.BAKTUI,PT.idat, A- F. WILMARTH.YiorrrastdraC J OWE Mos Soaretary. I. a. fj AsastTW, Asst. Sec'y.