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FREMONT. SAKDTJSXY CO., OHIO. TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS. Dull. Basiaesa! 1 Hot. The weather. Coming The Fourth of-JulT. , Be arcs. CurroBer inii local items. - Wateons. The'bowr Tuesday night, h - ; Expenslre Luxury. Strawberries t at w. aruarv. Not Bad to Take. Soda water' from NoC UpiC Arctic fountain. Cloaud. Th Pnblie Schools close this week 4or the eammer vacation of two or three ponths, j r' ": '-. -. - , ; Odmmencemeat Hxcrcises at ths Hich ScWVill be held this areaing, at 7 o'clock Friday, JaeelSUw. . NkV Monday Right. Meeting of the young Ulepablieam of Fremont at the Club Room to form a Yenng Men's Grant Club. At 8 o'clock. Etandseme oTiow Caae.-'BuckiABD A Soi hare put up a new and handsome shoir-csse for Cigars ' on their counter, Take a look at It. c- i - i- Dropped Dead. Last Friday evening a hone belonging to Mf Xf Hikhok, suddenly vell dead while attempting to draw a load of lumbar Hi West JSUse Street htO. m c ! f Accident. On the race track Friday . afternoon a man named Enoch was kicked by one ol the horses, breaking his left arm belewv -she elbow and sererery braising his left leg. Church Perloea. Services alSlauls (Episcopal Church, 'daring the zn'mmer will be held at 6J o'clock in the evening, on Sundays and Wednesdays, '-Forenoon- sar- vices on ths Sabbath will be at the usual hour. . Young Men's Grant Club. There Will be a meeting of the young. area f Fre mont at tie' Union Club Boom next Mon day evening to organize a Young Men's Grant Club." Let every young Republican la town attend. " . . . Letter from Louisiana. We are oblie ed i&tof( S. AiCBowkiiv Jer a letter fiotn Col. CaowsLL from Shreveport, La,, which we publish on the second page. , It contain no lste news,' but will be read with interest by the Col's friends in this county. Card of Thanks. The ladies of the M. E. Church eetw ttants to the Fremont Brass Band for their services at their Festival Tuesday evening, also, to Mr. E. L. Csoss lor his organ, and to Mr. Maooh. and Mr. Ralfb Caoss for their very excellent music. The Crops. We will be greatly obliged if some of our intelligent readers in each township will furnish as a letter or statement as to the condition of the crops in their re spective neighborhood.- Tell as how the eonv wheat, oata and potatoes are looking, what la the prorpect for fri t, and how are the hay and cloeer crops. Marine. The Schooner Boot, G. M. Tr iw, Master, arrived in this port on Satur. day fcstj- .'Hght. She cleared ilonday w4 a earfo Of oala and lumberT The Schooner B. F. Wade arrived Mon day loaded with coal for D. Juki k Co. She cleared yesterday loaded with lumber from the yard of Wkst k Dana; ;- The Elmore Aocldsnt. Mr Amo, Baksb, whe was killed by the explosion in Elmore, last week, lived at Clyde. His re mainiiarfi reWvai Uiare. Jt-bkl lest Friday Sm wu an old settler of this coun ty and respected by all who knew him. His wKs fleijaet Winter; lis named dang ler lives in Elmore. Through Trains and Cose Oonaeo- UflaavTHr jraevtlant Xea&r.'say it .is runtores that tW Cincinnati, Sandusky 'and Cleveland Rarlroad Company is about U run through trains between the two tersiinal points via Clyde and the Cleveland and Toledo Railway making cloae connections at Cleveland with the Lake Shore Road for Buffaloand the Eeastern cities. , Another Feetiral and Fair. The ladies of St Fsul's (Episcopal) church will haveaFetwralwbd FairoaTntsday evening, June 30th, at Birchard Ball, tu raise money to assist in defraying the expense of recent repairs to the church building. - They have made arrangements for an abundant supply of a late variety of excellent strawberries, which WQ1 form an important part of the refreshments. Infirmary la Ottawa County. The commissioners of Ottawa county advertise that sealed proposals will be received by the Auditor until the first Monday in August for the purchase of 160 or 200 acres of land, partly improved, situated any Where an that county, ou which to build an In- inuary.. If any pf our reaWra ovtb land in Outaw ; lt they-whh te seu,;iere may ll a chance. 'The Match Game. The match game of BiUinrdi for 1000 point, -carom' gSme, play ed at Deal k Fot's Billiard f 'oms, Wed nesday night, between CAsrsa of Norwalk ami Backcs of Buffalo, resulted as follows': CAsrxft winnfnglgame oii toe 11 ?th inning, by 274 points. C Africa's average run, 8 64v 117. Backus' average run, 6 21-117. The highest run made was by Caipes: on the 45 inning, he making 99 billiards. : The SUawberry FostiVal given by Che ladies Of the Methodist Church, last Twesday evening, was a very pleasant af fair. Mamanoth Hall is a large room, jet it waa well filled. The same number of peo ple in the other halls woolct. be 'called a jam. All present seemed to enjoy themselres heartily. The refreshments strawberries, ice cream, cake, confectionery, etc., were abundant and disposed of rapidly. The af fairneoed the ladies about flOft . Fourth of July at Elmore. The -Elmore .people have made (rrangemenO for an old-fash kned celebration of the Fourth. There will be orations in English and Ger. roan,- toastsT music, procession, "pie-nica, athletic sports, and other fun in the sbsps of climbing greased pales, wheelbarrow ' and blind fats taeta etc., etc., and in the ,evea ing display of fireworks and a baloon nseen- lion. The celebration will undoubtedly be attended Try everybody ia the aurrooBding eoonUy. .... Council Proceedings. Regular meet ing, June If. The following justness waa tnaeafelauM O T t u. tJ . r ' - TetUUmg. Relative to side-walka referred to the Coanciimen' from petitioners' wards. in nucwui in rrom 01 Mrs. Xotten s premises, on Kspoleon street, wa ordered lobe.built, mrr- A TTUf.T" -Cojraitte ca Fire Cepartmeat reported in relation to a bell for the Third H ard that one of 800 lbs. could be purchased for $!60, snd one of 1000 lbs. for 200. Ths Council (dacided to purchase one for, Jtiebdhmemtt.The City Marshal was in structed to have the ditch on the east aide of Ohio Avenue cleaned out and a temporary bridge placed over the same. r - The. contract between the city and the Gas Company was presented by the City Solic itor and laid ever until the next meeting. Jeremiah Evaas wa chosen City Engineer. Council adjourned for two we kg. . -' i - i i -i Young Men's Grant Club There will be a meeting ef ths young men or Fre mont at Union Club Room next Mon day eveoing to organize a Young Men's Grant Olubf- Let every young Rspublicac jn town attend, a a to ' i ; ; , ! ; i . are We and to tho r --. Framoat Driwian; Park Thb Si-aiNa Mistihg. The spring meeting of ths Fre mont Drmng rsfk Association, held on ThdrsdswriaVrand gaiwdaj of last week. was a 'sided ueeeatvTfc fWinwln all that eduWt have beW desired, clear, dry and sunaUny . , - The attendance eacn-day was larra me last ear e unnoer va xo Grounds was about 2000 and the receipts from that source had a beaUhy effect on the society' treasury'.' The races came off at the hoars named la' the programme,; and everything waeooducted strictly according to the rules of the Associationr - '- i( :j TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS. HORSES PRESENT. j1; The- following is Jist of horses entered far the Usees, nth the s am alUe owners 1. Bonnie SeotlandrM. Sullivan ,'TJffiia. ' 3. Vandal, 0. Edick, Lake county, O. 3. Backus, 8. W. Reed, Elmore. v r- 'n '4. Black Frank. S.t3. Wrxson, Indiana -' 5. Belle Mshooey, J; Towsend, Cleveland. - 6. i, H. Welch, Urno, Sandusky Uity, - 7. supnse, jtasn ritmaa, rreraonl. 8. Andy, J. H. McCHeary, 9. Jimmy, George Cooper, Fremont. JO. Sandusky Chief, Warrea Smith, Sao dusty uityv-. ' Lady Ids, ,'ITorwaJk. 12. Kitty, Hnrdick, Fremont, r 1 : - - 13. Caledonia, Bmh k Pitman, Fremont. 14. Lobelia,. (WerJPiAsburg.-ii-rlv 15. Union jack, J. Townend, Cleveland. 16. Tielton,iS.: Anderson.' Detroit: '(owned fey a woman.) THE RACES. There were six races altogether two on each day of which the following n a sum mar: ''"-"U ' " FiksT rrUc. Runniner Horaes,- three- fourths mil heat; Purse; 1st .horse, $100 2d horse. 5eV Vandal, Bonne. Scotland Backua and Black Frank entered. Vandal won in two straight heats; time, 1:24 and I23h. Bonnie Scotland second, and Backus distanced. ' '.' Snoosn RACE-Trottine Horses in narness mile heats; Purse,. 1st norse, $75; second horse, 235. Belle Mahoney land J. H. Welch entered. Belle Mahoney won first heat in SAOii, and J. H. Welch won the second heat in 2.45, distancing the mare. SICOilD DAT. ' '. . Fiasa Racb. Running horses; mile heals; rune, i norse. xiuu; d norse, sou. v an dal, Surprise and Andy entered. . 1st best Surprise won; time 1.55; Andy distanced; 2d heat Vandal won, time 1,52; 3d heat Sur prise was withdrawn on account of lameness, leaving Vandal victor.,., . , Secojid. Racb. Trotliug ..horses: scrub match: Purse, 1st horse, H100; 2d horse, $25. Lady Ida, Sandusky Ch ef. Kitty and pacing jimmy. LiMj Ida woo 1st and Jd neats time 3.01, 2 49. Sanduaky Chief won 2d heat; time 2 47. . , , Fibst Racb. Running horses; mile and a half heats: Goooer Houe Purse, 1st horse, $ 150; 2d horse', $50, Caledonia, : Vandal, Lobelia and Blaek Frank entered. ... Vandal won ia two straight heats; time 2.49 and 2.50. Lobelia second, and .black frank dis tanced the first heat. ' ' ' : -: i Sicwwn RACB.-Trotting horses, -in harness or WSfon; mile beaU.d in a: Citizens rune, 1st horse, f35w; 2d horse, $50. . Union Jack, Mel too and J. H.- Welch entered. Lnioa Jack won in three straight heals; time 2.32, 2.34 and .31. Mellon second. . .... . flMAHCIAL. The total amount of purses wss $1,400; entrance fee 15 per cent, of the premiums. The purses were paid on the ground at the conclusion' of the races.' The Association bas realized a good tning irom inn spring meeting, the receipts from all sources being in excess of the expenditures about $350, Rail Boad Meeting at Woodville. Ia accordance with a previous announcement, very enthusiastic railroad meeting, com posed of the business interest of Woodville, wss held on Thursday evening, and was or ganised by W. W.. Brunce, Chairman, and 0. Powers, Secretary. . After discussing the objects of the meeling committee on resolutions wss appointed, consisting of Messrs. G. ' 8. Canfield, 0. Powers, Cspt" Rice, CapU A. Nuhfer, and Dr. J. Bricker, who reported the following, which was sdopted: . Whkbba, We who constitute the busiuess community cf Woodville,both the village and township, understand that there is in con templation the construction of a line of rail road easterly irom Toledo, .Mat will aunnlv a necessity iocg felt; snd, whereas, we per- iecuy appreciate vue savanuge, in business ibterests and In the growth of our village, which would result from the location ef the route here; and, whereas, prominent railroad men have expressed themselves as favoring uua ruuio; muu, woeroas,. ui proposed line will bricgaur town se nearly upon a direct i Raelved. , 1. That we business men who are deeply interested in ths trol. will spire as labor or '.?rgy to secure the pro posed road through this place. : 2. That while we are interested in lbs lo. . - r i cation of the road via Woodville, our interest is not seinsnness'-aione, but this routexer tainly presents advantages over the others, sod to which we earnestly call the attention of the controllers of the project in deciding the routes. . ' 3.. That a Finance Committee of nine be appointed to solict subscriptions in addition the subscription raised during the railroad excitement of the winter. ' 4. That a telcet committee of five be ap pointed to confer with prominent railroad men of Toledo and other places interested in the project, and that tbey be instructed to pledge $30,000 in favor of this route, toward securing the right of way, &c. 5. That we are fullr alive Ln nnr InterejiU in the construction of the .new road for th s route and. will do all ia our power to secure u. - - ' In accordance with the resolutions the fi nance- committee was made Ho consist of Messrs. Wm. Brunce, J. H. Rearick, Jno. Baisey, Stephen Empecb, H. Clifford, W. W. Price, Wm. Zschsrias, Cspt A. ITuhfer and H. Schroeder. The select committee on reference were Capt. A. JTuhfer, Dr. J. Bricker, 0. Powers, W. W. Brunce and Capt Rice. The meeting then adjourned to meet when interest demand it. -. - Transfera of Real Estate Fir- the week ending June 11th, 18(18, prepared by W. W. Smjib, County Recorder: Jonas Smith to Frederick Hollinger, 24 acres in Fremont $500 John Gleason to Burr Hues, 15 acres in sec- tion li, Green Creek $1,000 Wm. E. Haynea to Andrew Shippey, 3W acres, section 23, Sandusky $400 Fred Jaeger to L. B. Myeis, 44 acres, sec- tion 2. Woodville,... $2,000 Eunice Ballard to Joshua D. Balard, 60 acres, section 25, Townsecd $2,400 Albert Heim to Joseph Schendorf, ?3 acres, section 85, Townsead..... $900 Abraham Hill to Daniel Hill, 23k' acres, section 22, Jackson ...,.,$1,000 Abraham Hill to inn E. Wing, 15 acres, section 22, Jackson ..$850 Hosea Harden to Thomas Reed, 80 seres, section z, ureeu Ureea,,.,, $3,200 Wm. iTeil to Wm. Dennison, 614 seres, sec tions 26, 12, 11, I. S3 sod 24, Sandusky township.........' ...$24,000 Dsvid Grant to Ambrose Ochs, 12 acres, sec. tion ao, Sandusky $640 Lyman Miller to Henry Brunthavrr. 53t seres, section 11, Green Creek... $3bi JJsvid Lee to Frances 8 her wood, in-lots 73, 74 nd 75, Fremont 3 050 Enoch Beebe to Byron Sweet, 12 acre, sec tion 14, Townsend $3,050 Harriet Meek to Henry Schoeh, 26 acres, section 32, Riley '..$1,000 Another Sand We learn that efforts being made to to form a new Band or to reogsnuse ths Silver Band. W hope it will be done..' Ths more music the better. have one excellent Band now the Fremont Brass Band, second to none in the Slate yet there is a demand for another, another still, if material could be found form it. We trust the effort to revive Silver Bind will not be given op. Since the above was in type we are in- formed'lhat the reorganisation of the Union Silver Band has been perfected. It is com posed as follows : -1 Frank Rhoenor, ll E Flat. Mr. Landla, 21 E Flat. H. Betts, 1st B Flat. -T. R. Gould, lt Alto". J. K. Htffaer. 21 Alto. -J. DJlensnyder, 1st Rarilpn. S. M. Garvin, E Flat Baas. Geo. Baikheiuier, Cymbals. L. Barkbeimcr, Bass Drum. M. Brockway, Snare Drum. The officers have been chosen as follows : Frank Rhoener, Leader; T. R. Gould, Secre tary ; 8. M. Garvin, Treasurer. The Rev. Hi. Bush six returned home Personal. Cbas. Nobtoh ia home from Memphis. He sijs strawberries, green pets and garden "sass" generally plajed oat there several weeks ago. .Wednesday from Marquette, Mich. - Hon. Hon as Evebstt delivers the ora tion at Elmore on the Fourth of July. The Fremont Brass Band has a call to go to Bowling Green on the Fourth,- where the people intend making a splurge on lay ing the corner Btone of their new court house. " I. M. Kkileb has been appointed agent of the New England Lib Insurance com pany for this county. Mr. John G. Ebmst, Sr., well-known to many of our citizens as a former resident of this place, and who has resided in Mobile, Ala, for the past seven years, has returned to Fremont, snd intends making it his per manent home. To Dentists. It msy not be known to all Dentists that the last legislature enacted a law making it unlawful for any Ditntist to practice his profession in this State unless he has received a Diploma from the faculty of a Dental College, or a certificate of qualifica tion from the State Dental Society or any of its auxiliaries. The act does not effect per sons now in the profession until 1873. All persons intending to enter the profession must go before a Board of Examiners, ap pointed by the State Dental Association which holds two sessions a year; a session being held in Columbus on the 8th of July next; pay $25 and receive certificate. Any Dentist now engaged in ths profession, who has not the required qualifications, may avail himself of this opportunity, also, any time before 1873. ' i . .Totten Degree Temple, No. 180, I. O. Q. T. The advanced members of the Fremont and Ballville Lodges of L O. G. T. having received a charter from the Grand Lodge of the State of Ohio, have organised the Totten Degree Temple, No. 180, 1. 0. G, T. The following are its elective and an, pointed officers for the present term: ' ' ' J. L Greene, jr., W D T; LeRoy Moore, W D V T; Jno. G. Nuhfer, W- D R 8; Ira Witmer, D r B; M. Chance, WDM; Kev. J. wyites, w V Ch; W, H. Andrews, rill, jxeme Jttanord, w u u; . W D A 8; Emma Seaman, W D A M; -, W D Sent.: I. O. Totten. WD R H 8; E. S. Greene, W D 8 H 8 Its meetings are laid alternately it the halls of the Fremont and Ballville Lodges. JNO. G. NUHFER, W D R S. Out Worms, A farmer in another county sends ns the following method of destroying cut-wormi. We don't pretend to know anything about it, but give it for what it is worth: "When the corn first ap pears above the surface of the ground, cut alder bushes and strew them, over the field about a rod apart, placing them as near the corn hills as possible. If the worms are plenty, in a dayor two you will find them gathered about the bushes whea you can destroy them. They will leave the ground and crawl under the alder bushes and the corn will escape. This remedy is simple snd easy, and requires :but little time; all can be done during the leisure hoars which every farmer sometimes hat. I have tried this remedy and found it very effeotive. Farmers would do well, though, to plow corn ground in the fall when the exposure of the soil to the cold of winter wi.l kill the insects which produce tbe-woim." ' ' The K umber of Teams ln Town. A careful count of the number of teams in the streets of Fremont every day between the hours of 11 and 13 o'clock' since last Satur day, foots up as follows: Day of Week. - - No, Teams. Saturday, June l.i, Monday, June 15. ...... 63 Tuesday, June 16 100 . Wednesday, June 17, .....125 Thursday, June 18 110 This includes only the teams from the country. It is a fair average of the number in town every week at this season of the year, when there is a less number than at any other season. Notice to Teachers. All applicants for positions in the Fremont Union Schools for the coming year, are notified that an ex amination will be held for such applicants on Saturday, the 27th day of June, .1868, at the High School Room . 25-26. Next Monday Night. Meeting of the young Republicans of Fremont at the Glut) Room to form a Young Men's Grant Club. At 8 o'clock. LOCAL NOTICES. A Friend of ours wants to buy a Fe male Pet Fox. Enquire at this Office. S4tf. For late and desirable styles of Straw and Fur Hats go to Crane it Wikes. lw Something Nitv. We have all heard it said, no doubt, that if the felloes of car riages and wagons were boiled in oil it would prevent the tires from coming off ; but no one has ever tried it until now. J. P. Moore informs us that he boils the felloes of all hia wagons and carriages in linseed oiL He finds that H ia a grand thing. It keeps the tires from coming off, because it renders them impervious to water. So there is no swelling and shrinking. Re member this when you go to buy a vehicle, and purchase of Mr. Moore. Those who want fashionable suits made to order sbdul4 not fail to call on Crane 4 Wikes. lw Cjucebrs," CBACKEBsZ-Tbia Crackers," Butter Crackers, Soda Crackers, Pic Nie Crackers, Cream Crackers, and Crsckenels, from one shilling to 35 cents per pound at P. Close's. i ( a n . A large slock of Brazil Nuts, English Walnuts, Filberts, Almonds Ac , fresh and new. Very cheap at P. Close's. Sugar, Si gab, Sugar. Sugar for the million. Fifty-five tons sugsr just re ceived, all grades, the largest stork and greatest variety ever offered in Fremont. A beautiful sugar for one shilling, a very Jigbt colored sugar for fifteen cents, white cofiee sugar for seventeen cents, or six pounds for one dollar. Come along every body and get cheap sugsr at . P. Close's. Crane & Wyk.es sell good all wool cassimere suits for $(0. 3w ! . The largest and finest stoOL" Cf Pet Books snd Wallets, in Town, Wool Twine, and Waggon Grease, Cloth Brushes, Shoe Brushes, Horse Brushes, White Wash Brush es Clothes-pins, Clothes-lines, Bed Cords. and Soaps of every description, and the very best Baking Powder, 8oda, Cream Tartar, Saleratus, and every thing that you may want, you can get at P. Close's. Popular (roods at Popular Prices! for Gentlemen's Dies Shirts and Collars, Under Shirts, ' Drawers, Sleeve Buttons, Socks, Suspenders, Kid Gloves and Ties, Go to Crane oVWykes, eld stand of Harmon fc Wilson, Fremont O. lw Go to P. Close's if you want to buy cheap. He has the best flour, for the lowest price, also, Potatoes,' Perk, Hams, Dried Beef, White Fish, Mackerel, Cod Fish, Cat Fish, Herring, Hallibut, Raisins, Currants, Citron, Prunes, dried Black Berries, dry Apples, also Torpedoes and Fire Crackers at wholesale and retail. - - - - IsBtiRAJfCl. The Enterprise Insur ance Company is located in Cincinnati, .0. Its capita! is one million dollar. 1 Ward A Butman are Agents at Fremont. It insures aturen, offices, factories, mills, fthops, bouses, barns, cribs, etc., at a fair percentage, and pays all losses promptly. Call on Ward A Butman snd take out a policy. Chbisb, Chkbsk. Two. tons West ern Reserve Cheese received and for sale ( P. Close's. Take a look in at Close's window and see the greet variety and low prices of Sugar Coffee and Tess. Whips, Whips. A very large and fine stock of Whips just received snd for sale cheap at P. Close's. 40 boxes choice, new, repacked Oranges. and Lemmons, snd 50 drums fresh Figs, cheap at P. Close's. Syrups and Molasseses of all grades cbesp at Close's. A nice lot of jugs at Buckland's Bur your Teas and Coffees of Buck labd A Son they warrant them. But your Books and Stationery at Buckland's. - f . But your Liquors for medical use of Buckland t Son. They keep the purest Wines, Brandies snd Whiskies to be procur ed. . ' Boy your Hair Brashes, Paint Brush es, and Brushes of all kinda at Bucklsnd's. .Bur; your. .Wall Paper, .. Window Papers, Window Shades and fixtures at Buckland's. But your Paints, Oils, and Window Glass st Buckland's. Bct your Drugs and Dye Stuffs at Bucklsnd's." '- i ! -": i , t Bur your Perfumes, Hair Oils, Toilet Powders, Soaps, tc., at Buckland's. But your Patent Medicines at Buck land'a. Tea, Tia, Tia, T.;T. T. T. We can beat the' World in flfie Tea, and we defy competition. We can sell as good Tea for $1.00, as any Tea company sell at $1.25t If you want a choice article cheap call a. i , .,,. .,... P. (Hose's. ; , . . ' Extra Carolina Rice -at 12 cents. Choice Rio Coffee at 25 cents per pound, extra fresh Prunes at 20 cents, old Prunes at 10 cents, extra muskatellasd sugar Rasins at 25 cents. The finest Georgia Bank Cod Fiah at 3 cents. Bran new No. 1. Mackerel in half barrels, warranted full weight for $8 50, also kits from $1.50, to $2.50. Fresh and choice Hallibut at 18 cents. Holland Herring in kegs for $2.50. New and fresh scaled Herring at sixteen cents per box, just received snd for sale by ! P. Close, Coats. Pabtb, Vista. Any article 1 of Clothing, underclothing or otherwise, suit the season, and in price to suit the pockets of purchasers, may be procured at L. Toungman's Clothing Store, nearly op posite the Postoffice, Fremont. People from the country are invited to call at Young man's before purchasing -elsewhere. He makes it a point ,to suit sll his customers. You can rely upon what he tells you about qis goods. There's no humbug about hut establishment. Remember the place, a few doors above Roberta A Sheldon's tin store on Front' street. jC5TThe great rush for new goods now ariivine at Hermon A Wilsons haa commenced, and it is whispered all around "they do sell goods the cheapest of any place in town." They are daily receiving new goods from New York, everything beautiful, durable and desirable. We tell you we are in earnest when we say we sell Goods lower than any House in the county, and the sooner you get acquainted with ua the sooner you can verify the statement, snd save 10 vet cent, in vour purchases. Come all and you will find us st home. ' Twenty pieces new carpets opened this HERMON & WILSON. De yen want Clrcalara nrtntedt Call at the Jearnal Ofllce. The most sensible piece of furniture that can adorn a house is a Wheeler A Wil son Sewing Macbine. uneap in price. rapid, perfect,' and easily operated, lta ex traordinary sale during the past years proves it to be the great family sewing machine of the day, Call at Mrs. Brockway's rooms, Do ran want Pesters printed plain er in colors' Call at the Jearnal Office. Don't U C everybody goes to Harris' Photograph Rooms in Buckland's new block, when they want good pictures. De yen want Car da Printed Call at the J oarnal Office. Not Dead Yit. Notwithstanding all the attempts of the Wheeler A Wilson agents to kill off and drive out of business, Jackson still lives and sells the best Sewing Mtchines for both family and manufactur ing, win maae a standing oner to me Wheeler fc Wilson agents, that they need not write any more letters trying to get my machines from the General Agents, but that I will give them one at any time if I fail to sew all that that tbey can sew, and then sew what they cannot. Remember the Elias Howe is the only genuine Howe mschine, , L. Jackson, Agent, St. Clsir's Block. De yea want any kind ef JOB PRINT IlfGf Call at the Jearnal Office. 'B.t '" " 1 ' One thing is always good ; -1 ' a- That one thing is success." The best evidence ia the world that Dr. E. Dillon k Son have the largest, neatest and most complete Drug Store in Fremont ia their success. "'Who follows truth carries hiB star in his brain." Any one who needs Pure White Lead, not excelled for Purity, White- neea, and being finely ground; will find ust the article at the Drug S. tore of Dr. E. Dillon A Son. . ... ', '." "Jry aO things and hold fast to that which is good." Use the Baking Powder manufactured by Dr. E.Dillon A Son which is superior to any Powder now being offer ed. Warranted, YynpQW Ulas furnished in any quantity by Dr. . Dillon fc Son. We are no agents bnt keep the stock on hand and buy it for essh.f ' " ,:';. Go and see the stock of Wall Paper and Window Shades at the Drue Store of Dr. E. Dillon A Son, Three times the stock snd five times the variety found elsewhere. Do yoa want BUI Heads printed? Call at the Jearnal Office. . D. Garvin fe Co. are receiving great quantities of new goods, and they are going off - at low prices. ' '.. - i . Go to Head Quarters to buy your Groceries and Crockery D. Garvin A Co. If you want good and cheap Prints go to D. Garvin k Co. Bemis's Patent Shape Collars sold at D. Garvin A Co. 'a. .Twenty bales Sheetings just received at D. Garvin A Oo.'s. - For Cream. Crackers go to Warren's. For shilling Sugar go to Warren's, For Prime Tea at 1,50 go to Warren's. . Carpbts. If yon want good carpets Hemp or Wool go to Warren's where you can get all kinds of staple Dry Goods at the lowest prices. : at , For Prime Rio and Java coffees go to Wsrren's. . . ' "' - r For all kinds of fine groceries go' Warren's where goods are sold cheap. - it f New Dr;Goodsr at Warren's jw openedl Now is your time to buy Ginghams at 12t eta. Brown Cottons at 12 cU., and Prints from 12) to 15 cts all of which are worth more money in New York to-day. De yea want Preajraara I printed CaU at the 4enrnal Office. Old Times. All of our old citizens do not have much trouble to remember the time when it was necessary to send Buffalo or Cleveland when they wanted any furniture other than the commonest kind, All this is changed now. Huber A Rose baugh's establishment is turning oat all kinds of furniture just as nicely made up and finished ss any from abroad. Give them a call. - - - Do yea want Leaer-Headsprlstedf CaMJ at tfce Jenrnal Office. Felton ds Bigelow,s Union Business College, Cleveland, O. -We hsztrd nothing in saying that no In stitution of the kind has enjoyel so wide and favorable a repatation as this and the strong commendations which it Las elicited from its thousondi of students and our citl sens generally are almost without number, our business men have always shown ' their appreciation of its merits by employing its gradaatea when needing assistants ' ' j Deeming the course there pursued both thorough and practical and wondering as we do that time and money laid out in com pleting their course are most judiciously ex pended, take pleasure ia recommending it to all as an Institution well Worthy of its reputation and fulfilling In, an eminent degree the object for which it is carried on Cltvelsnd Leader. 2w Sat, Hsllow ' Thbrk ! Clear the track and let this crowd pass. Why, what's the matter. Why, we are going to Buck- land's new block to bars Harris take ua some splendid photographs, for he is the man as what can do it. That s what the matter ia. Colds. If vou take a sudden cold and your hesd is stopped up, causing a feeling of pressure and pain, try Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy, which la pleasant to use snd will SDeedilT a met and subdue tne pain and ir ritation, cleanse the diseased parte and re store health v action. - " It is for sale bv S. Buckland k Son, and 0, R. McOulloch, Fremont ; J. W. Lnce and Rushton A Mead,; Clyde; and Druggists generally. -24-25. "Mischief t hat mav be helped is hard to know," ssid Lord Brooke."- But the mischief that time would work on the human hair mav be forever ' avoided by the one of -Barrett's Vegetable Hair Restorative, which never fails to bring back the hair to its original beauty. itocAester vemoarai. "Sons or Maita." Let U be so recorded. That J. W. Poland's Humor Doctor is the best preparation for the cure of Scrofula ano ail jjiseses oi me juooo. rut up id large bottles, and for sale by all Druggists Phvsiciana. Ministers. Lswrera and thou- sanda of others, have used the White Pine Compound for Throat and Lung Diseases and Kidney Complaints, and fonnd it just what is wanted. It ia truly a remarkable remedy. . . . n HERMON & WILSON. Travelers' Register. POST OFFICE HOURS. OPENING AND CLOSING OF MAILS. Through maQ going East Closes At 11 a.m. & 4:20 p.m. Way mail going Est Closes at... 11 a. m. Through mail going west Closes At 9 a. m. Jt;5:20 p. m. Way mail going West Closes at .i:-0 p. m. Hails from the East Open At 10 a.nu A 7:34 p.m. Mails frun the West Open At. . ,8:30a.m. 12:30 p.m. Mails by Jm E. L. B. B Cloae 9 a.m. Open 7:30 p. m. STAGE ROUTES. To Eollersville Tues- I To Black'Swamp Sat- nay and inday...! p.m. uroay at ........io a. m. CLEVELAND & TOLEDO RAIL ROAD. OhmurEast Going,Weat O . I if a.tl 11.".- n I 0.411 , A-1 . M 6:12 p. m. I 6:11, lft27 .......p. m. CLEVELAND & TOLEDO RAIL ROAD. LAKE ERIE & LOUISVILLE R. R. Leave Fremont I Arrive at Fremont - At 10:30 a. m.,6:lS p. m. At :10 a. aa., :10 p. m. C1NCINHATI, 8ANUTJSKY A O. at. B- Leave Clyde 1 I Leave Clyde : - X Or vincuuiau,iu:va a m. I xowuvu7Vu.n ' .:-.jim 1 I- L- 1 . ...... u y iu:2upm. rap. Commercial Matters. FREMONT RETAIL MARKET. FREMONT RETAIL MARKET. JOURNAL OFFICE, FREMONT, O., June 18, 1868. PRODUCE. Cheese, Butter......; 16c ! Potatoes per bush.. (1.30 ,..20e ...16c ,..16c ...20c .U.S'c ...10c Onions per bush.... fiOS Green Apples ....lO.0 Dried Apples per lb.. . .7e Lmra Laid, by tn keg. . at retau .... Tallow per lb Dried Peaches 12c Feathers per lb 70c Beeswax per lb ......30c White Beans per lb. .I0e Ketaii Wholesale,..., GRAIN. Wheat t-i.00a2.10 Buckwheat.. Corn 85a90c I Bye Oats, 60a63c .1.00 .ll.M SEEDS and HAY. Flax seed per bu ...(1.75 1 Clover seed.. Timothy seed.. $l.SOa2.S0 Hay per ton. ...(5.30 ,..$15.00 FLOUR and MEAL. Wheat Flour.'per wmte wheat Plour t Pes bbl M.OOaU.W DDL.., 13, Bed Weat Flour, per Coral Mrs ral percirt".t2-24 i.i.fia.w tll.50 GROCERIES. SUGARS. lb. 12al5c I White lb. ' . . 17al9o COFFEES. Bio ner lb 25a30 I Ground Coffees.... 20a30o Java 38a-Wc I TEAS. Y. Hyson.. 7Jc,fl.OOal.25 I Japan, ........il.25al.50 Imperial ......fl.25al.50 Gunpowder,. ..fl.J4a3.00 Oolong, fUfeUO MISCELLANEOUS. Hice per lb 12c Mackerel per kit . . .i).M White Fish per lb... .Wc Table Salt per sack... 53c Coarse Salt tier bbl.2.50 Rock Salt ditto.... ..fi.7J MISCELLANEOUS. MEATS. MISCELLANEOUS. MEATS. SMOKED MEATS. Hams per lb, 18c I Bacon ,.. Shoulders ', ', lie J Dried Beef ', ..13p ..31)c FOWLS. Chickens per lb Te I Docks per lb 10c Turkeys per lb 8c Qeese per lb 8c FUEL. Wood per eord.f3.00u3.30 ; Coal per ton. .$ WOOL. Ko trade in Wool to speak of. Price from 30 to 10c FREMONT WHITE LIME. At the Kilos, per bush,. ...,.....,..,..J0c LUMBER. Per M. FerM. White Ash Poplar , Black Walnut i ..18 I Cottonwood.... .tit 20 Fine, clear.... ,....30 Pine, common . ...IJaiJ SHINGLES, PER M. Oak ....fia6 oa7 Fine LATH, PER M. Fine,.. , PIPE STAVES, PER M. 1 inch and S 1 inch and k' '. 1 inch Bed Oak., Seven-Eighth..., ..3 -II .....ti 1 Inch and . SPECIAL NOTICES. lVenial Depreswloa. Mental depresaipn is a disease of the nervous aysteni, and, of all the ill flesh is heir to, it is the one that excites the least sympathy. It is subject of frequent jests, and is called by various derisive terms; and, although it ia often laughed st, it ia Mot esay to laugh the patient out pf the belief that his ills are all real, for it is a real disorder the general features of which axe eon. stunt fear, anxiety and gloom. The external senses, aa well as the mental faculties, often manifest symptoms of degruii(reniont. Kobe, as of fulling water, and ringing in the ears are complained of, while black specks and fiery sparks frequently flit before the vision. Admonitions like these should ppt be durcnirdcd, as they may, if neglected, tel. ruinate in insanity. The seat of the disease is in the brain and nervous system, and to control the mar lady it is necessary to use a powerful tonic and al. terutive, which will correct and tone those organs without inflaming the bruin; " Thai is the secret of the success of HOSTETTEE'S STOMACH" BIT TERS in cases of this kind, for which it is the safest aa well as the best of restorative. In fact it is the only pure and reliable tonic stimulant known. Many nostrums, purporting to be tonics, are puffed up from time to time in the newspapers, but the suf ferer had better let them alone. Hostctter's 8 torn-' ach Bitten has proven itself, by many years of trial, to be in every respect what it is represented to be. 1 ' Ji SICK. HEADACHE . CTJlbJliD.-Uie Dr. Whittle Tgtabl Dysp.pnie Car, for Dyspep sia, Sick Headache, Constipation, Heart Bnra or Water Brash, Billons Coll aadlikseomplantaofa Disordered Stomach; It is wamntdd to ear ths : J . : -....-worstea.j i. . Soldla Fremont, Ohio, by 8. Dillon ft Boa, and BgcUasiAsoa, . Jaa, to to J1 iJ, i .nrU. ,.;,r,, mM imai tioilSff ,T 1 il MU There will . be a Meeting- of the ,Youngn Re- . publicans of Nest MoMay Bv'g At If t I f i MSI Unioii Club Room. To organize a 1 1 YOUNG GRANT r For service in the. Presidential Campaign. Hi i Meetiiig at every young I " i ; . - Fremont assist with his presence and voice in completing the, or ganizaftion in favor of Grant and Oblfax! The Young Men's lckct hjj fremont, on t T ,- it : 't'.'.U i Ml the (I iiii Of'' in-' 'IT ' . 1 . . ) 1 MEN'S S-K- CLUB! 2 t f j t t f ' a- 9. ') a i vi r.l ,-f.l'-l ;P.I1,' 8 o'clock.: t X' . s " Republican in f .3 3VOT UK ' -.r.i,' t 1 i 1,1 .: r I CCJ2h iCi v SPECIAL NOTICES. Real Estate Agency. CAMFIELD & CO.t REAL ESTATE AGENTS, POST Onto Ba si; Pramoat, Ohio. Attaad to baylag, nlllag at imUof Boaasa, Lata, Panas asd all anids of Keal KsUta. . QT AdmtWrf dona wltkpdt anat tohfwarlvwjaf roear FOR ALE". A'ii-'dorf tnrni Bwalliag Hoaat, Saaly aitastad sa Croghu St. cam naxo A OO. FOR SALE. A-very desiraUava aaf laK soiMrsf Ah Strega Will imii at a kirvala r- f . v. CAMFIKLD a K,atai ronaaSoas FOK SALE. A fine house and lot, oa ths corner of Aapoleea and Kim Streets, novae aa food u dcw location sxeallant, good inu, dstera aai baildisaa and frneea. Toima, wasoa aala. ; ..- CAMriKLDaCOatthareatooa: 170R SALE. Twelve acree of land, X. nartlv inranmd. lor hoaaa. oa towmhlv mad ,r , . CAMlKLDtCO.,atkPoi-aas:- F OR BALEj--A- Machine for saw ins Shinales. Jointer snd Saw for 8awuur belt, Belting and all complete m wifl etrt frrm eiiriii to ten thousand per day. Can W bought tot cheap CAJulLD m. CO. LX)K SALE. A two-story frame A DwelUna- House with two Lota, on the East de, owned by 3lra. J. C. Krtdler. Good cellar, well and cittern, plenty of frnit, wood-house, barn: all for tl.800. . S1.000 down balance in three annual oaymettlJW .... C AMF1ELD A CO., JOR 'SALE. A farm containing 40 l area, 2 rules weat of Fremont, on the pike, SO acres cleared am. onaer aooacniuvauon, iu acra fn timhn- Mn hnrjtnr uit trees of varioua kind: few hoase, frame bam, good well of water, good , . m. .10 a- IHMl itnwn. arTe. a.'.iNRj oowa. Balance m l and! yean. I '1 I Ki ll ecu. T?0R SALE. A eood Farm COB- X Uinioi ISO aea. 7 acres cleatwd, aalawea te ehoisa ttaibar. Baa tana Log Homes; orchard 100 tnw beariaw cholea trait: a tn vrlnt ef water BltaataU Biiay Tnwaanjpaoatt-ait qaartarlaaa- noa 17; owaad W ars. u. w.Wwaiia. FOR SALE. Eighty acres of choice 1 Uaiband laad, oa tha BollarrrilU road, tH aiiles wast of rreauat.. It ia heavily timbered with Whits Aaa, Fofiar, Ash and Hickory, and thtra la mora tbaa aaoogh to pay f-ti- tha land. Caa ha bottact for IS paracr farmenta raaaoaabla. i cAatriELD a co, T70R SALE. A Farm of 100 acres. -T half cleared and half timbered with vary sbedea heavy timber oa which none has beoa ant. ftood frama honae,frams barn, and young bearing orchard of 100 trees. Sitaat oa tho turnpike, fovr mi las aasK ox J reroonx. Terms 900 per acre, sail easa. Daiaaee is a to a years. Enquire er i CAMTIsLD k CO., at tha roatas1oa.: FOR SALE. A splendid Farm of 7i acres. in Scott Townahtn, 3. asilea fraaa Kansas station, 60 acres cleared and la good stat oicuiuTauon, oaianca umoav. wooa oroaaro, 7fl bearing trees of choice frait. Frame dwelling hoaaa, barn. - Terma, S40 par acre; 12,000 caa a, kal-anee-ia three aamuU paymmta. CAsnSLDACO., at Utc Poatoflea. . FOR SALE. Two desirable - Ont- Lota, 5 H acres each. Fire and a half acres in choice frait, 1 acre of Black and Raspberries, 2 acres of Urapea; 3 acres of Apple, Feachea, Fears and Quince trees. A beaaiiiul site for budding. Said lots lay on the west side of the Ballville road, about mile from the Foatoffice; are now owned by H. Lesbea. and will be sold for 1300 ner acre. 11. 1 ow pi DaTm uuwn, oaiance iu uuoe annnai payments. i AilFlilLD A CO. FOR SALE-J-One of tha finest resi-'denaea-ia I ha eity of Freamat. A baaatifat IX story Gothic DwalUag Hoaaa, wita-Freanh wia dowa opaniag down to tha Soar and oat oa the ver anda, with blind and vrerythiag complete. A good Kara ami waod ha as in the rear, with brick walks, in good aroax. A kaaatifal lawn froating on Mar ket Street, adtbarargrseaw, ahada tree aad shrna bery,beida grapea wf sorerai variatla, Lawton Blackbairiea and r arietta of ehoia frnit aad bar nesaf all kind. A lot and a half. Prise l&Me. Terms stay. Kaqaire of C aMflSLD A 00, . at thaFoatoaoe, or LI WIS CAttWLU. ' t - ' j . a Hardware Stone. FOR SALE.4-AFarm O240 acres, HOurackaralul padbf caltlratloa, Valaac timbered: a Urge new twe-atory brick honae, with aa addition on and a half stories; tram bars 40X70 test; wagon-shed and earn aria, MXW mat; two orch ards, wU at aoea and" hara, aad wrery thing ar ras gad with a view to comfort and oonTanienee. Situated ia Jacksoa' Tawnship, arren snlaa front Frennat; thre mile wast of IlnaaU'a Saw Mill. Tha beat fans ia Jackson Township. Price too per acre. Term easy. CAMFiaLD A CO., -a' i at tha Poet Office. OAMFIELD & COMPANY, REAL ESTATE ,. ! ".-..AGENTS,:.-: . i AT THK POST 0T1IU FXUIilkXOI' T . A! SMALL FARM FOR SALE. . Located about on ail south of Fremont, in BaUvill town.hlp; containing Twaty-srea Acres C' improred land; a good two story hoaaa, barn and out luilding;a orchard, aad plenty of small frait. Fries $3,000, Call at the premiut oa Aari 16, 188, ;tfsdlw 6B0, KBI0LKS. CITY , LOTS' FOR SALE. -The sahscribar haa In.lot aad Ont-kt anatnan. tng from H of aa acre te 4 aaraa, for sal oa terms ofvayataas t salt nnnhaasra, :tf R.F.BncKLAXO. WHO WANTS A HOME? The undersigned offare for sal oat-tot No. (7, mi ths east sida of ta rirer, in rremont. Orer threa acres of ground, nirnlj fancad; a good ! aa4 half frame honaa; well, cietam, onubnildlng, yonsg orchard, choice grapevine, Ae. Prte 11300. laonireof 1 , THOS. FOWEER, . AprUU.ti. Utf j ;;., ... IaDrnyaa-!; FARM FOR SALE. The ubsori I ber will aell hia Farm of Ninety-Aiw of land tn Greea Creek Township, tUyeo nules from Civle ami , mue wear, or ureen creea; ocnoui Honae, on the JUdge, road between Clyde aad tireen rjprmas. 113 a good bturk and Grain Farm; HO acre under uajrovement; well sUoated for the rajumr of tea arm otner rruits. uaa an orchard of 100 ig apple trees and other email bait.- There are also one hundred liuve i'upUr tree for aawinaj. a aoa name honse, azx'4, and a rood log; house. Also three good wells of water, and a Inuue oarn. r, ana i prerniso x w vuuvi enquire on me prerriiscM. jii'raiiOBrTtEH. May 12,1868,.. LX)K SALE. A Farm of 85 acres. 4- . 7tclaMdSanadergotionltiTStlrjB,balaM 094 tlmoer, situated ia Ballvills towoahin, on milaoath ef Fremont. A good two story fraaa noaa onui last fall, witk a geoa cellar aad all aac saary oat-houses, well o nerar falling water and cistern, frame Dam, frame horaa barn togwthar with earn crib and (hade, a splenaid arena rd f M0 baar taatreaa, with paaah, near, alam. aad cherry tree, SO baaring grap-Tinas of different raxiatiea, also aoa BBiau U-U1S ox CTBTJ TUTpity. U tact mt vroryuung eompiem. Terms resaonable aa to nHr. m.nA . ' .For further particalars.inqnlre oa the premise of For Sale. A KICK HOnIandonacro(Ltnd, with. I : treesandont-bnildinrB,intheitT ofFrem veryoheap and long tknefor paymata;lo about X of an acre oa Watrtret, ia Fremont, settabl oraayasanafaeturtng tabllahmnt,and aar tha asinMsportioaoi town, snqaireoi IJ.Ij.Juaa, aremonaaaiaovT nil -iHtfittllanfona. PLASTERING HAIR For Sale bv HATNE3 ft EXGLER. Fremont, O., May 23, 1868. .23-; REPAIR SHOP ! iA. M. jtjn;e Has opened a Repair 9 Hop oa Napolooa Street, , o. &. t. depot;" where be hu every facility for repairing ENGINES, MOWERS, REAPERS, . v THRESHING MACHINES, ad all sorfa of MACHINERY. B has also alut-elara . SAYV-GUaiftlEin and Is prepare! to do all kinda of Saw-Gamming o snarl aouo. lgr "ThaPaa to Xiarhtlar than tho Sword." r DO NOT WEAR OUT. A Single One will Last a Lifetime. " , BTTHEUBT7SB ' TBI LA30S 0T WSITIXO IS SEDTCXD, Orsatar TJnifonnitw la Obtained. EateEleganceand Beauty acquirtd. jarni, mmi at mm coisnra The Beat, Cheapest and most Durable In struaents for Writing erei uaed, , SENT BY MAIL SAFELY. Ho Traveling Agents Employed.' Vail and Ton will Had Fen tnrU, AmnA Ihaaaarljla of writing, or aocio ilajno SPECIAL NOTICES. Real Estate Agency. Dry Goods, &c. ,0 ET.1RICH & CO., it r cohstaittxt Hionvma rtw e70D8 A ef all kinds aeedad for tsnsily asa which to are aHu( , - CHEAP. rpHS iHaert'Drats Oeods at Emiiak V'a x- CHEAP. rjJBt best Cnekery at Imrici A 0,' CHEAP. rpBI bast Taa's at Canisfe ft Co.'s . -CHEAP. Tax bast Cola at Imrleh ft Co.'s I t, , yi. - CHEAP. fJJHX Vast Saga at fcartck ft Oo.'s, f'f NO TROUBLE TO SHOy . i ; "' 1 GOODS. ' ""' ' ' if - --' - ' '" -1 pDON'T FORGET . That ODSDoar til aa .aa sea at his eM at aad nays the highest sash trices for .. . DRESSED HOOC . ,V ' - lite hogs, , corn, ;. ; i . " rye, . , OATS,- SEEDS. ;! .". ' WOOL, : . ' ;' ;'' ' Ac' -- ! ' "' ' ' -: - OIKtundkCO. ..J , ' ' - Insurance. : I S YO UR HOUSE, STORE, OFFICE, BARN, OR OTHER PROFMTY "' Insnred aaa met loss hy-Firet If sot get a policy Home ' Insurance Co., ; '' ' "OF viw YORK. " : : ' Assets Jaaaarv let, IMS, . 3,aj3 j Losses Paid Promptly. ISAAC M. XEEIsES, Agent. Fremont, O., Hay 22, 1968. .,-,,51-0, MARINE1NS0RAHCE Western Iiisurance Co., ; - ow sirraio, kxw tobx. - 1 . , , - i - . ASSETS. ... $600003 Secnrity, Insnrance Co., : i-L- "'or lit VOBB. '; capitIl 8rooK..'..;.'.i:.ti,5on,oofJ I aai prepared to take Ha aad Carta rinks M iiar or in a core coiiwan at la. Hwt coin rate. I. B. AVJHDeiS, Aajrt. t, o. THE GLOBE Mutual Life insurance Co, OF NEW YORK. tesMeat. Vic President Id Vice Preaiojrot UccxeLary. LOHDfU ASTDflirwS, -JOBS A- HAHDEJiKEKfiH. H. C. FBEEJtAN, - Cash .Assets, $lr00000a THE GLOBE Was oraunfaed tn 1861, by . Chan laamaaaa - V : i i . . -nj t"MUI , SSHj unjw-wrjsT WMX M than Twenty Year upcnmca, t . " which has nrea the 1B.Z ,UiOUKaereoo, r tatioa it now enjoys. S9 Official Report In&mmci Monitor , - for JDere. 31, 1888. Tho Globe has taken the lead of all Companies er aanized ia 1S64. and in &ct- naanv nf tha nlrW Ctmmm panics. ... 1 - - Policies Issacd en all iki ilftt eat PiajWv . .. .-,' -m! it ic B3T Dividends Declared andJPaid AnauaQy aa he Contribution Phut. . Mr,"" General Agent, BEEMONT, O. CooJ Reliable rent Waa ted.- 19ml. Rail Roads. Rail Roads. Cincinnati, Sandusky & Cleveland RAIL ROAD. RAIL ROAD. THE PIONEER LINE OF OHIO. Time Card Jan. j 12th, 1868, "" - - Trains Loawa Clyde, troinir Sonth t an- a. -. A. 31., anal :5o Ionia p. Jr.; UiAast Xorth at'ti-1- Express kMmsSandasky Sunday lastwd ef Satut. -j -.CTa, ana accoBooattoa Its Bart aaday hretsad gatarday . Close Connections are Mad 9 AtSaBdsMkir, with Trains of (rfortharn DWr k) Laaa Shore E. B. Una .A.. .v. ofaarintiou.) with Lake AtMu.. . . r and Detroit. T ' ?Ma" Lak'aat ataat?'?- ,?0B,S""' Di at Cavroy, with riaalay Branch Train. At Relief ata.fas. ailk Tm a..i. ImUia (OresUtn a ladfauaapolU) KaUway. Al t'rbmna. with Traiaar tk. w . . diaaapolia Central Railway . - atSpriaiaeld.wtls toadoa Breach tralnst At ldB. with Train. , ' .. XaniaBatiread.,',, , 7, -. At Daytaa. with Train of rb Daytaa aad Veshira BU Rod. at viiaaaH. wia Tkrm.k r. Mlwaatl, wlh Threnth Etpren Treks Mawiphl i Uhio Hirer stall Boat. Thi Ue aa been aTBsrLT trriMni.. ' perlor Mcdsr. Day Coachea. ?-vrl. C.rl 4 Nitht Sg Oare, .naTSS? Sd 'TRAINS BUM IHROCOr. tn ..J . r.,: witht t-ansfarof Pajmgereor Bag.ra. at Dvtoa, tha. wsarint sa(rt aad addlag greatry u tbW pasare el it tria btwa tha lU aad Ua Onto Through Ticket aM sBarwatw Chek rlren ra T.-jpaJeUia reached by thi aad aad itsc-aurot.