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Farms and Farming Lands!
' V FOR SALE,
frnilE SUUSCItinER win Mil the follow.
,vug (li'trrineu fARMmu Lands on luu
trut reasonable terms', both as to price And
.1SDC8TC0CSTT: aAVOiaST TOVTSStllP.
R. Tp. Sec Acre.',
6 21 w ptneqr fraction 7 I .
" t3ttBoqr " 7 J j lv
on th river 1 J mile buluw trvmtnt
17 t e itr of (ir
" SU sw qr ne qr
" ' . " hlf nw qr
" 92 e qmw qr
B vLLVILl V-TOtX K8II1P.
1 abuut 30 acre nvistlv improved,
on the turnpike one mile east of I're
tnunt. " 27 went li'f soulh fast quarter SO
" S3 north west quarter 100
known nit the Dana farm, about 60
acres improved, framed house and
burn, and orchard. J
south rest hlf north west or
15 0 S3
north hlf south westqr
19 west hlf south enst qr
GHKKV CHKEX TOWNSHIP.
17 north hlf north east nttmter
13 north east fraction quarter
21 west h.ilfnorlh west qtiar
" "' north half north west quur
0 31 south east qr north eaat qr
south east qr north entt qr
ent-t hlf south east qr
south oast qr north east qr
east hlf soulh west quarter
north eas qr north west qr
south eatt qr north east qr
north east qr south east qr
WOonviI LB TOWN8IHP.
w est hlf south east quar
north west quarter
cast hlf south wes-t qr
east hlf south east quar
sout!) hlf north wes-t qr
north eastqr north west qr
aourh hlf north ev.s. qr
north west quarter
north hlf south west qr
north hlf north east nr
north wettqr ncrth westqr 40
OTTAWA I-. 'JSTY.
Sec. Part. Acres
21 north hlf n e quar 80
" west hif s e quar f-C
23 east pt south west qr 8!)
1 1 east pt north west qr 80
3 north west qr south e or 40
5 south east qr s w qr 40
6 south east quar 1C0
1 1 south hlf n w quar
north hlf s w quar
1 4 north west quarter
23 s e quar s e quar -I
32 south part n e quar
35 south hlf s w quar
30 south west quarter
31 south hf north e qr
west hf south e qr
7 20 south west quarter
west hf south e qr
5 south half
7 west half, frrclion
1 S north west fraction
13 w hole fraction
14 whole fraction
24 north half
25 south hlf south east nr
U S Reserve a 15 undivided two thirds
west hlf south east quarter
U S Reserve a 15 undivided two thirds
south west quarter.
13 4 29
" " 83
" - 38
- - 15
" - H
.. u g
M M 1()
" M 15
M II M
M ' l
1 north hlf south east qr
" east hlf south west qu
10 east half north east qr
" west hlf south east qr
11 west hlf north west qr
12 west hlf north east qr
5 north west qr frao
" west hlf north east qr frao
" north hlf south west qr
6 east hlf north west qr frao
" south east qr
" south hlf south west qr.
i norm nit south .west qr
" north west qr north west qr
K. P. BUCKLAND,
Fremont, Nov. 29th, 1851.
A Isrr and varied assortment, which will be
offared al eitrernely low prices, consislmn of Itib
bona, Laces, Veila FHnings, Mualiu Collars, Lin
naa llandkerchaifs, Fringes, Gimps and liulluni,
with ilosierr and Gloves.
Browaand Bi.-cbeJ Sheetings and Shirtings,
Daaims, Drills, Ticks, Burlaps. Stripes, Checks,
Broad Cloths, Cassimeres, Veslinjs, Tweeds
ad Jeans, Twilled and Plaiu White and Colored
r lanneta, wun food assorlmenl of Ready-made
Uooii ic Shoes!
- Ar manufactured lo onr order, and will be war
, ranted as food as custom made.
llatt and Cap.
Oenin's "Superior Hats," with a variety of men
f ; j G rocc rie si
Of anneal all Iba kinds and of choice seleetioi
lor family use.
All of our Good will be freely ehown, and to
wmcn ine niieunou 01 tne pulilio is reapecifiilly
iromra. Ilcl.tL,l,A & AlcUEE.
Fremont, Sept. 15, t8iA
Cif Boxea SlcrlneCnndleajusireeeiv
esiUedatthe RAIL-ROAD STORE.
' rrement, Wev. S9, 'il.
J''. JJInek mad Colored Silks.
ALARGB assortmeat, of both jrich -and low
priced f oaJs. l.adiee in waul of a Silk Dress
Wilt fiod the beet assortment at lha lowest pieics
MkLau. dt McGaa's.
. . CVUTXIS HaVSL.l.'VS. t i
TJAINTED) and plain Window Shades, with
X iiMf Ut ef NewHIvIe Paper Ha flyings and
. iWioa Ut aala ' McLitLLsa it McGis's
'CARPENTERS aaa Bad U.ud-saw. Draw
V knivaa, steel Square, try Bquares.planeirons,
Nail liamaaere, Hatchets. Ae.oflhe bestqaalit) at
miu o t. i e.t . . - Hiacs'CBsar 8toh(.
i A ... - Q OLD PENS.
TJAGLET'S Gold Fan nnd Peneils for sals
JL3 ebesp. el
8. BucaLAMD oV Co's.
. r nr r-- - '
aptOLLARS, Gloves, Uoa9rk and IVek
Vef t;ttUrUJtel 4.AISM
- M M
U.1..!;!!,..., .. .H.J. A
new sToni: i.v FitE.no.vr.
THt LARGEST AND BEST STOC K OF
?Vet of New Yoik, has iust been opened in
Fremont, one door suulh of Pens 3t RobbeiU'
TUP. lillfrtUREt. h-lievinr. thnt large
and well conducted Dry GoodeSlore, much
needesj in this place, hu just opened
, 5 Afl'F.NTIKE SEW STOCK
f Grind, purchased in New York with cxsM,
anirh ha now re.nor I'nllv Invites ihe alliens of
? niilU'kv, and Ilia adjoining counties, ti nil ead
f xanMne.' The attention o( the Litiiri ia especial
ly direcltd to his great variety of
Silks. Satins, jSiris n Crape, Silk Ore iidilim,
Silk A!hmiit. r Mta nrii.tfil ll.TB. Chani
ltprnff, a Urge lut of Kraneh, Eniilish and Amtri
fan Lawn. ni rior to anxthinc in the ninrkrt.
Ihriiir da l.aiiirt of ilia newest alyleaand
irnh'e p:ilrne. A ulaior aRortnietil of French
ami other fiioaliann the niol beautiful Httern.
Molinira, l'n,liiin, . thin fii'iirn) niul plinneeahle
AlpncCBK.-nleo. inpe rior Mark -Vilk I,iilre Alpaccar
A Inrce and reneriil Fnrlineiii of
Crape, lUrae'. Tihbet, Slra'lilln. ami Si'k
Sim trie. apeiMlul iatlcrn, ami Hit lailea runiiot
fail to be suited.
The peuilniien ill find iod aeeoriment of
uraad-cltitli, tai'iineitu, Zxilttiift, Jtons,
Ac, ofihe finei.1 qnntilr, allien will lie euld ch-p.
RE. I D MA DE L'L 0 TIllXG.
Contp. Pan', Veple. of every varii'tv, from the
finn liroarl-floih to the. chenpeel flu;c. wbii-h run
and ill he eolil cheaper than ean be allord. d in any
other more any a here.
roots &. m:oi:s hats a-- caps,
in ereat Tarirty. Mum Hie best to Ilia must coinim-ii
ipinlity wnrranb d wll made and will Im snlil
low. A fine art. He of Slim s fur the l.uiliep, ol the
best ami lutes t pallrns. Call and Vf.
A iarte varii-ty of Swiss Mus'inr and J ickonet,
French r otked go'"'s, lion not Kil hnus, I'urasnls,
ftlovea. lloiper, I'liihroidered Swiss, Calicoes,
Chiuii!. Muslin, Lied Inks, Flniiiu la, Ac. ,ol
CofTee, ?ocars. Teas, Spice, Topper. Mel.issea
l'lilmcros, nnd nearly every article in that Una ol
the best qualities.
As above remarked, all my poor's are new, and
will be sold a ionf, emie. give us n call. Per
forinance even day except Sundays. Door open al
halfnnrtS A. M. Pi-rfornmnca In hepiii at 6- Ad-
I mission frne, children hall price. So postpuitt inetit
!on arcmnit of the weallier. Never was Ihere sin
, an onr.oitunilv siuee the da a of Solnmna to futif
! the e es and mind with so little expense.
As for prices, "tliere's no use ta'kin?." We sell
jeo low we aae afraid folks may think w-e steal our
'tfnods! Cut don't be afraid, friends come all, ami
yon shall soe what you slial see. Give us a call,
and w e w ill suit you In any l!iiii(? in nor I'ne.
Fremnnl.May 1, lSJ I V.
JXT Pe sure to recollect the place, one door south
of I'eare & Kobbrrls' Tin Shop,
. it a v r.it i it ,ii i : o 1 1 1 i :s.
rAM the only ajent fur Ihese invaluable Medi
cines in Fremont, for particulars cull and see
hilia and pamphlets at the Mmv iiooni oppusite
Xims'. J. 0OUG1IKRT Y.
rilll F choicest Liquors and Winerfor Medicine
J. and Mechttnicaiiiurposei foi aalt- al
FIXE Cloths and peifeclly last eo'o's. n-IVvg
at (1 cents al Mi-Li i.i.ah Mi C.'kK's.
Town I)ts nnd Farms for S:t!e!
TIIF follow ing Lots and Lands era for sale up
on reasonable terms as to piio and credit.
0 Lota on Ihe Turnpike, in fyeiiuuil, adjuining
A. F. Van llercnok's Hole).
2 Lots on Croghan street, opposite Doctor Brain
Lot, corner of Oliver and (Jarrison streets, ad.
joining Mr. SjmpUins' residence.
1 Lot in Fast Tuwo, opposite J. R. Trase's cor
ner. i(K Acres of land, 0 J acres improved, In VV'ssli
inirion Township, on the Turnpike near How
F.oqnire ,,f BUCKLAND &. EVERETT.
June 17, Ifcj.',
NOTICE is hereby niven that the copartner
ship heretofore exislini bftween the subscrib
ers, in die Masonry bnineas, ia this day di-soked
by niuiual consent. Ail cla'ins against the iirin
will be settled by J. II. fluffnrd
J. H. II U'FORP,
NELSON 11 PARKE.
Freniont, Aneiist 9, l.5i
oO FAMILY l!IIILi:sfroin jtl .'.0tofi,
O and any iiiiiililv ofsniall liibles nleveryde
scr ptinn from 50 cents lo .1 til). AImi, a laree
variety of Prayer Books and Sali'ialh seliroi hooks
for sale at S bL'CKLAN'DJt Co.
SANDISKY BOOK niXDERT!
fTMl E f'ubscribera would respecifuMv announce
X to ll;e citizens ul annusKY C itv anil vicinity
that lliey bave pure meed llie Hook lliudery, form
erly carried on by C. L. Derby ,V Co , and they
are now prepared to exi cute any ordt-rs in that line
of busineks. They profess to be pra.-tical work
men in every branch perlaing lo Hook Binding.
Work ei trur.led to their care warranted to be well
and ueall done. Pnrtienhir Bllenlioii paid to Hold
ing Periodicals, Munio, Newspapers, Magazines.
In a superb iiiniiimr, eiliier plain or exlra .-ill. Old
liooks of every desoripiion relound. Il.ivmgoii
1 1 o at 1 1 a superiiir stock of paper ot every and
quality tin y ere irenared In uiaiiulaciure h'lank
Km ks of every deacriptioii ruled lo any p iUt
desired. ' .
Paper ruVd al prices lo suit the times. It-ink
Bindery al il.eold stand ovir the BouLtore ol
L. D-rbv A. Co ., (' ell's llloi k.
June, 20. Ie5.' ly MILLER KIEV
N B. Those having w-ork nl ilieaiiove ili-icrip-tiou
lo be done, canleive it at the Hook anil Ornj;
Store of S. Hucklaiid & Co.. w bu are our uuilior
2C'd a (,"-0 Is
rn WO Cases of Fall Sn I
f Nilk Honoets.
M nice article, just received.it the N
McL. & Mi GEE'S.
f BARIIELS Common, Witeh and Fine Gray
Plaster, just received, and forsale bv
S.llUClvLAXD i CO.
Fremont, October VJ, le.'.O.
NAILS.- Frenioiitlron Co.'s Nails, mantitac
turedat Troy.N. V...I lUvkts'
CASH paidfor Laud Warrant. .at ,
i1 at ilia
While, Macherel and Cod, for
It. ' L-UOAD STORE.
A 1 0.N HOE'S Tonic, a certain cure for Fve
J.YJL aad Atue forsale only it
S. Uucklahd & Co'a.
8 by 10, $1,50. 10 by 1J, $1. 75. 10 by 14,
$3,00. For sal at these prices lo close a eousigo-
m.et, kv ' JAMES DOUGHERTY.
BRUSflES ! BRUSHES !
A I, AUGI2 AKKOIITJUENT of Paint,
sVarnieh, bcnibbiua, W hits-wash, Counter,
Bltkiug,Clolh, Hat, lUir, Tooth and Nad Brush-
a, at BUCK.LAI' US'
Out. 35. '5J. i i i '
EPHlR WORS rEDjiatterDS.Caovas, Board
;'fl aaaBleedles,.! - mtsie.
Weigh and fonslpler.
D II. HALL'S BALSAM i wo Paregoric
prrjKimtioii, but a Median WICJJ
MAk'HSCUllKS at homt, who tht
partlttcan It found.
Tlio CJioitt t'ougli niul t'onsiimpllve
-e"? HEADER! ha you
T?$ it j,1?: a C'oneh which you are
rT; 1W t naolectinir, umltr the
ryt. i!ra lh al it ip nuiy roni-
suon wear llsell out f i
Let a flit-lid tell you, ill
all kindness, what will
soon be Ihe obable result.
In a short lime, if yoii cnnt'tiue In neglect your
self, you will begin to feel a sense ef lightness nnd
oppression ncrossthe ihesl, accompanied with fre
quent sharp darting pains. Then n dry hacking
conch will set in, and when you raise am thing it
w ill be a thick nnd yealnw ish, nr while frothy mat
ter, streaked, perhaps, w ith blood. If you atdl take
no medicine, these unpleasant symptonia will in
crease, and you w ill soon eave a hectic fever, cold
chills, night aw. Mis, copious expi duration, and
then great prostration. II yon s '" Megtect your
self, a few weeks or mouths will ."Vson consigned
to the grave, leaving your friends lo mourn how
rapidly consumption did its work, and hurried you
aw ay. Friend, have you no cause to be alarmed !
In liie above sketch, you may see. as in a glass,
how every case of Ooiisnmplinn progresses, with
: more or less ranidilv, to a fatal termination. Of
:U the thousands and millions whom this great
leslro;er has gathered to the tomb, every single
care began with a cold. If this hdd been attended
to, ail in ii! ht have been well; but bein r neglected,
under the filial delusion that il would 'wear ifscll
nt)',' it trauslerred its deadly astinu to the substitute
nl the lungs, exciting Ihere the formation oftubi-e-clrs.
Anoibi'r, and anolbel cold added fuel to the
(Lime, until thse tubercles began to soften and
.......... -..( I....:.... I... l.u;...l - .i n .... ,
j "-" "!.-, in.,.. .m ..ii n ,i.vm, Kirni i.n.i-
i ties ill the lungs. At this crisis, the d.seuse is verv
1 1 lT"n-1 1 1 1 In cure, and oftentimes sets at dt fiance all
In i lie latter or worst stage, this medicine w ill
oftentimes arrest Ihe discae, or cuec k its progress
and w ill nlwais make the patient more comfortable
and prolong his life, and il ia therefore worthy of a
trial; but in ils incipient or former periods, Con
sumpiion is as curable as any other disease, and
DK. II ALL'S BALSAM FOR THE l.l'Nfl.-t.
if taken 1 1 ties time, will cure it ITAS SURELY
AS IT II TA ! EN ! j This ia strong language,
hill we can refer you lo miiiiherless living witness
es to prove that it is Irut"! And iherefoie, we ear
nestly exUnt every limn, woman and child, who
ln-8 a cough, or is subject to colds, lo keep the
medicine by you in llie hnu, and whenever you
take cold, do not Met il alone' to work mischief iu
oiir system, but eradicate it thoroughly, end al
ol. ee, by ibis powerfully healing com poll ltd, and
leave your lings uninjured, lo carry you iulull vigor
to a good old age!
q q q q q
imiead testimony of R. Mit ronn, Erq.,one ol
she ot.Ui.fr Maoisthath in this city:
Cincinnati, Dec. I, 151.
Mei-rs. O. R. I?aker& Co Dearths: Those
nmn ted w ith disease of the Lungs, will fine lr-
Ha l's Balsam for the lungs a most Vai uabi.k
Medicine. 1 have been frequently aMacked with
Piska'ks ok tiik Li hGD for the luM five year:', and
Dr. Ha.i's Balsam das aluas Broke ep tiik Dei
mi. mif, I lei I that ihe public should know
Ihe merile ul such a remedy.
Residence on Plum, three doors above sixth at.
Mure Cincinnati Cures!
Cincinnali, July 1st, I(?51
Mesaia O D Diikcr & Co. Dear Sirs: I have
ulwa s had ohjeelions to have my name in any way
i-ltached lo a patent medicine. Hut when I think
(os I in w huve every reason to believe) it has sav
ed my life, I am induced by a sense of duty to those
alilicted as 1 have beeii, to make my case known,
and recommend your Ba'sal us a medicine that can
he fully relied on. About a year since, I was at
tn ked w ith Lung Fever, which left my lungs much
diseased; my eolith was distressing, attended with
(lain in my left side. 1 had seen Wislar's Balsam
of Wild Cherry pt.iTed up in the papers, and I con
cluded to try it. I used bottle alter bottle, which
in taste and iu its operation resembled Paregoric,
toothing lempurariiy. My disease had by this lime
become firmly seated; I had cold night sweats, hec
tic rivers, swelling of the Limbs, Ac, showing
Cot'iKMr.D CoNsi'MPTiod! The remedies I obtain
ed Irom my Physician also failed giving me perma
nent relief or he n i-lit. My Lungs now Cm s rati o
nnd I raised Largk QiiA.vnriM or Mattfh from
them. The Doctor told my Irieiids that I must
die! My I rotherthen pol'a bottle af Dr. Hall's
lia'sam for the Lungs and I commenced Inking it.
.11 first it sickened me, but alter taking more,
found it went to the spot the Vmv Sttrw Ml
Uisr.tsK. I began to raise w ith more ease, and
could feel, daily, that mv Lungs were Healing un
til by the use of four bottles, 1 was restored to bet.
ler health lhau I had enjoed for years. 1 believe
if I had used Dr Hall's Unlsani w hen I w as first
attai ked it would bave saved ma a vast deal of suf
fering. All I call say In others, is, try it, and
think you will be benefitted if your diseule is on
your lungs. Yours respectfully,
J. C. U ILLARD,
Three doors above Fifth street on Vine,
The public have been imposed upon hy remedies
recomineiidek by cert iicati which have alw;ija
originated from some unknown source. We be
lieve thai a Medicine possessing real merits will ef
fect cures wherever il ia used, at home us well as
abroad. This ia no Paregoric preparation, hut one
which if list d in season will save Ihe lives of thou
sands; and persons may mako this bargain with
Agents from whom they purchase, that in every
cuse where il is used freely according lo directions,
and entire :isfac'.ioii is not given in 2 1 or -11 hours
they can return liic medicine, and their .Money
will be cheerfully refunded
For sale by,
STEl'II. BUCKLAND St CO.
Fremont Feb. a,-, lis5J.
McLellan & IVTcGee,
Itcccntly of Massuclmssctts,
II AV'LNO taken tlio Store of S. Birchard
E4.,oppesite the Hank, which has beeu thor
oughly repaired, are now opening a
Lanje nnd Well Selected Stock of Staple and
Hoe -m' ar3-4srjxBw9!atBla)
Carpeting, FloorClolha., Haner Huniriiiira. Crock.
J'S and Glass-ware, Looking Glasses,
lie ad i -T(ide Cofh tug!
Hiiti, ( iiim, Hoots ami Shoes, If,
Together with a choice assortment of
-'. .Tiff, i aitot r.iui:'
To which we respectfully invite the attention
ihe iuhahitanls oi Fremont and vicinity
In ollriiuglhe above numrd Goods to Ihe puh
lie, we claim thnt the experience of many yei rs in
four business, combined with the superior advant
age we pon to pr cure Goods, will render it alike
desirable soil advantageous for all to examine our
Goods and Prices before making their Full Pur
chases, which at all limes will be found In be low
and uniform. We hope to be able to oiler such
inducements lo purchasers as will secure tu us
share of patronage.
The attention of tho Ladies is respectfully so
licited lo the examination of our Slock of Ne-v
Doods, coiisi-ling in part of Illack and Colored
Milks, rich all wool De Laiues, Brocade and Plain
Poplins, Persian and Lama Cloths, together with
a great variety of low-priced Prints and Plain De
Merinos, Alpaccas, e.oneese Clolhllis, English
ud American Prints and Ginghams, with all llie
various kinds of Fancy and Staple Dress Good
which the market aO'ords.
HOUSE FUR I SUING GOODS!
Those in want of Goods in this line will find a
good assortment of Carpeting, Window shades,
Looking glsssee, Paper Hangings. Tea Sett.
Knives and Forks, Glass Ware, Spoons, Sheetings.
1 less, i(uuia, c.
Our slock ofCARPETirxU consists of great
er variety of patterns and a much larger assort-
uieut than was ever before ottered in this vicinity.
Rich bular Lamp and Girandole,
with a variety of other kind of Lumps, for Oil and
r luiu, al' of winch we are prepared lo offer at the
lowest prie s. MeLELLAN &, McGEE
Attht New Store oruoelte tht Bank,
cw Spring & Summer
J. S. Olmsted
TTAS JUST RECEIVED from New
large stork of Goods, which he will sell as
low as they lire tOld al any store in !reinout, oi
any oilier pi tee. Having ptircliuseil a
LAUGKIl .STOCK, GUHATER VARIETY
and goods ef better quality, than heretofore, he
hopes his old friends, and the public generally, will
give him a share of their patronage, in his
Stock of CjJooiIs !
will be found Black, Brown, and blue mixed broad
cloths: black, mixed and fancy Cassimeres: Sattin
nets, .'eitia and Tweeds cloths: white red, and
yellow Flannels; Calicoes, Ginghams and Lawns:
summer Shaw Is, black silk, pocket and dreis hand
kerchiefs: silk and cotton Parasols, llerage de
L'tiues; bruttn shirtings and sheetings; Canton
7'i'iiri onoJ Fancy Sill for Drestcu;
llibbons, Checks, Ticks, Mariners shirtings: ves
tings, cotton shirts and drawers: traveling hags,
sewing silk, ski I and spool thread; fans. Ladies'
black, white, stalo and mixed hose; a good assort
ment silk and cnilon gloves. Ladie'a lil.tr k and
f ttif-y colnred kid gloves; Wadding, Battiniy, Cut-
tou yarn, Itick, Carpeting, together with most
overy other descriptiou uf Goods to be louud in
city or country slures.
Tea, ColTVe, sugar, pepper, spice, ginger, nutmegs,
cloves, cinnuni'Mi, starch, saleratus,
madder, indigo, alluiii, &C.
II artl-W u re!
CV-sn-cut. mill, hand nn wood-Raws; cross-cn!,
mill, and hand Raw file; Sweep's iron, fl.it nnd
round b;trsj cut and wrought n a i f ; hnnd mid lioojt
iron; rust. Rprinir, and American leel; Amp sho
vMpr, hay and manure forks; nial rods; White'
Simmons and Collins' caut Meel axes; besides an
evleusiv ns.snttinu of
SHELL-' HAD-WARE, such as.
Pocket-knives, table knives and forks, butts and
screws: door hangings and rinimiiigs, Ac, Ac.
Hoots anil Shoes,
a very great v.iriety and warranted waterproof.
HATS it CAPS, A GOOD ASSORTMENT.
Sole uii'l Unner Leather, iCw, ; all o f the
above articles will l.e sold clump for Cnsi. or ex
changed for Wheat. Corn, Oats, Rye, Ti bothy
Clover or Flat-seeds, Hides, Sheep pells, liutler,,
Lard, Eggs, Tallow nnd Wax.
Tillot son & Tyler,
rjrSPKrTFirLLY announce to theciti
V zens ol Sandusky and adjoining counties, that
they have just replenished their Grocery with a large
and c-mp'ete Mock, and are now prepared to supply
their tllil 1. ustoniers inn all who may favor them
with their piironae, niihany thing in their line,
at reduced prices. Theirstock consists in part of
Sugars., Codec, Tesis, iiirr,
IVjer, ISaisoiisi, Tobacco, Sejjais,
1'owdt-r, Sliol, Ac. , &o.
togelherwith a large and superior assorlnienlof
XZ3 OJ DD it az rd J
made from refined loafsugars. They keep ouhand
a superior article of
H I Vj S , BRANDIES AM) G I X !
which wiil be sold I'heaiM'l- than the same artic
le can be bought at any oilier establishment!!! Fre
mont. They also huve a choice lot of
AV II I S Ii i: V !
which willbesohj from 2 I lo 5lO cents pergnllon
the best article in town, the assertion of othkks to
the contrary notwithstanding.
Lemonade, Mead, Cronk and Beer,
can be found ut their Grocery at all business hours.
Thankful to llie nublic for their heretofore liberal
patronage, we respectfully solicit a continuance f
Fremont, April 1 2th, 151. No. 5 ly.
And a Fair Fight!
IT HAS Kr.CO.TIK the too common practice
of many men, in order tu sustain thi ir falling
foitunes. io r.soit lo c.iluiiiny and abuse of their
i i als in business, and no class, unfortunately is
more addicted to this habit, than merchants,
motto has been, and is now,
" A t IhtMrub'e Dealiny with the PulJicl'
and let those enjoy their folly who have been so
extensively engaged in throwing out their abuse
upon ih.iir neighbor.
I take great pb-asuie tosay tothe citizens of San
dusky, and adjoining counties, lliut I am now re
ceiving a largo and splendid
Slock of Goods!
adapted for the seaxon, which, from llie great de
duction east in moil" articles, we can cfler lower
then they have ever been sold in this market be
fore. My stock consists in part of
Uroiid-cluth, Cnssimeres, Tweeds, Sattinetts,
and Kentucky Jeans, from a common tothe first
quality, w ith an extensive assortment of Summer
stiitl's, and bleached Goods of ever kind. . la ihe
i,Ainr:s oiti.s goods,
I have large assorlmenl of It'aik and Fancy
Dress silks ofthe most superb patterns. Gingliame',
Law us, Muslin nnd Cerage de Laiues, and a large
assortment of Calicoes, which will be sold very
Bonnet?, and Bonnet Trimmings,
Iloisery, and Gloves of every description. A gen
eral assortment of Shawls, Handkerchiefs, Para
sol?, Umbrellas, &c, and those welling to pur
clues CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
will do well lo call and exemiue, al I have a targe
stock at much lower prices than usually o lie red.
Paper, and Paper Hangings, a ijood assortment.
1CIU U Y-51 A 1E C LOTH I so,
A large quantity Coals, Pants, Vests, nnd Shirts,
which will be sold regardless of profits; and u full
STOCK OF HOOTS AND SHOES,
Sole and Upper Leather, Mats and dps, &c, a
A Full assortment of Groceries, Dye-slulFs,
Paints and Oils.
Tne attention of lllacksmiihs is particularly di
rected lo my stock of Auvils and Vices. Al y stock
embraces every thing usually culled for ill this line.
Iron, Nails, Glass, Glass-ware, Crockery, &,c,
1 would corbially invite all who wish lo purchase
lo call anil examine and satisfy themselves that
this ia Ihe'place lo get goods cheaper, and fully equal
lo any in Ihe State.
To the Fanners I would say, bring on your
Wheat, Corn, Oat, Wool, dr., dc.
the highest price will be pr.id Cash up.
Fremont, June 12th, 15.
TTlIiE Subscriber is now receiving a choice lot
JL of Groceries, Confectioneries, Nuts, lUmbug
Cheese, Mackerel, and I0U0 other articles. Also
Ihe choices! lot of
W ines, Brandies, Gin, Rum, de.,
ever brought to Ibis place, and warranted pure;
also lha best assortment of every d scriptioa of
Tobacco and Choke Ciyara,
Anil will sell as low as the lowest. Call at the
One Horse Grocery!
Opposite Niiniis Store, if )OU want good articles
end good bargains. J. DOCU.1EHTY.
Sopl. I, IW5-J.
' Valuable Laud for Sale.
THE subscriber will sell 1 (IO acres of exeelleu
tiinberedlaud, lying near Hauler's Corners.
Fremont, May 3d, 1851 4w.
ORANGE?1, Lemons and Raisins just race
by express, for sale by ). DOUGHERTY.
Sash, Doora and Blinds!
ffMIF. undersigned has onensrl a SASlf
J KAC'rOll V, In the shop formerly occu
pied by J. II. Pease, on the eaat side of the San
dusky river, where he has in operation Ihe latest
and most improved machinery for manufacturing
Sank, 1'annel door, Blind, and Window
His machinery is brought to such perfection that
the work is far superior lo any tnsde bv hand.
At.d as he uses uotlnng hut thoroughly It I I II
Dried Lumber, he is determined that his work
shall not be surpassed either in point of work or
quality of material, by any other establishment iu
lite Statu FRANCIS LAKE.
Fremont, Anf. 14th, 1R.V2.
At the Old Stand of
JOHN R. PEASE,
Pease & Roberts.
THE SUBSCRIBERS have entered into part
nership, for the sale of tTOVi;,l and the
mannfaclurin g and sale of
Tin, Copper ami Sheet Iron Ware!
Together with such oihi r articles ns nre usually
kept in a Move and I in-wnro establishment.
I hey have just received III djtlerent kinds ol
Of various sizes snd prices; some of which are ew
ami defirable pttlerne, to which they would invite
the attention of the citizens oflTemont and vicini
The former friends nnd patrons, of the above
mentioned firm, together with the community gen
erally, who are iu want of articles in our line, are
respectfully invited to call upon us.
AH kinds of w ork in Tin. Coppt r, and Sheet iron
w ill be done with dispatch, lit ro isonalile prices,
and wnrruuted to give satisfaction.
KOBF.IM S . MeLELLAN.
Fiemont, July 17, Ikj.
Foot, of Lumber for Sale
f"PHE Proprietors of tlio Cn'it'irnii Slnre have
JL now on iiand a great variety of all Kinds of
Poplar from J inch lo 1 inches thick,
W.tlmil " I " "4 "
Scantling all sizes; !?o Shingles for sale.
I he nbove will be rvM at .oir litirn.
Lumber taken ia exclude for f foods.
CLOU i) t& GARVIN
Fremont, July 31, 'Si.
Ti.F. lit:ij:.iaa ii!i?nf,
Of Fremont, being desirous nf building a new
House for wor.-hip by advice of a large number
of the citizens ot the town, oll'i-r for sale lln ir pres
ent house and lut, with tilt.' design of lucalnig unit
Ixnldingon Church street.
'I hose desirous of purchasing will apply for
price and terms ol payment lo joiiu y,arniier. r .
Grund, or H. LANG.
Freinmil, .March 20, lf.51
AUK THE SOLE A.i;.VrS for San
dusky county, fur the folio wing standard. Med.
M uslang Liniment,
Nerve and none, do.
Liverwort and Tar.
To'v use nil's sarsap.-irillr
(fnvsotl's sirsapanllu A'
ry and Dandelion,
Halsam of llorehouiie,
Ltouplaiid's Fever and
Monroe's Tooie for ague
t tsgoud'8 Cholognguge,
Mel. miih's Vermifuge,
Fit y u ust i 'Cl, 's Verimluge
J t ns'i 'ermifuge,
I Pain Extrnclor,
Grafl'riibnrg t'o.s. do.
Kmpire Co's do.
Wild Cherry Balsam,
Christie's Magnetic Cur
Greeerv's. .T.ivnes. S
Cure for Pain,
Peitii's K) e salve,
Thompson's Kye Witter,
Cook's five Water.
(fins t g Panacea .
''-.-a, joule's, Phinev's
llalfey's,' .MidTit's, nraiiu'relb',
Lane's, MiCullocli's, Rushes
and every other
kind of Pills that are good for an . Ihiitg,
other standard medicine ofthe day, at
.V. 3,Kfr.7n'.v Kt itL ISttcf;,
iT Si-rn of the Hiir Mortar.
Fremont, Sandusky co. Nov. I,
Drugs, RledicineSj Paints3
OILS. Vi:IMII, Ac, Ar.
SBCCKL4M) iV '!. ...ivejiis! rpr-iv-
f f ii very Urelul ol t)rHri, Piiiut. Oils, 1vh
SlulH, " hifiH, G!.i$?-A'ar, IV rfutiierv, A c, wlilrfi
iIipv woultl e trii,f ty tio'icit those ivinliiiitf HiiVhin
in thp Uiip to cull tttH f. truitiR liefur- purchiiHttn;
eluew here, an we think il wiil . very much to thir
ml v ii n t a h to Ho ho, lor o ple l i o'lr.clves to bf I)
AS GOOD A li TI C L E S
af) enn bn liotlirht in ill K.i(-Ipu niHrhetp ut al low
a price as our ueiglilif rs nsk for u poor article.
Having been for ten years in Ihe Duuo Busr.uss
. t. :.. ..I ... . l. : L 1. : . p . i.
ill this place, ne think we knuw someiititig of the
wants ol ils inhabitants, and while ) would r 'turn
our thanks for the very liUt-r.il patronage we have
received, we promise lo sparo no pains for the fu
ture in giving our customers the full vulue oftheir
money in Goou Goons.
We do not think it necessary lo enumerate our
articles, nor llie tpiantity we have, (or have not,) of
each article. Sulliee it to say we have a
CO.Iir LL' TU ASSOItT.M LWT !
anil enough of each lo supply ul!deiiiaiids,aiidmn
ple arrangements to buy more.
We would ask Piivsicians lo call and examine
our Drugs und Prices before going lo Tiffin pity,
Sandusky city, or elsewhere, as we do know that
we can sell as cheap u uny of Ihem, aud we ure
bound to do it any how.
to p aThters
AND ALL WHO WANT PAINTS !
We would say that if our Paints are not firbt-rale
anil all we recommend Ihem, we will pay all dam
ages. We do not ask you lo take our word for it;
ask any Painter in Fremont and they know, for
they have used them if Itiicktunds' is not the best
place lo buy any kind of Paints, or Puns' LiNsti.u
Oil or Varnishes.
Don't foigetlhe place,
No. a, Biiclila lid's IfrliU l!ick.
S. DUCKLAND A Co.
Fremont, October JSth, lt-51.
Liiccry rif Stable.
Ill A SMITH,
G VES notice lo ihe citizens of Fremont, aud the
public generally, lhal he still continues toiar
ry on the above busiuese iu all its branches and
forms. He has madeaddilions lohis slock of
Horat'M, I'ari'iugi't, lliiKitit a, Ac;
and ia now prepared to accommodate all w homo
avor him with a call. Horses and carriages
Cor 1 urtica or Funeral
can be had at any moment. Covered andopen
buggiesfor men of business or pleasure, on the
itidiug Morses of the Iiest bottom,
always on hand. The strictest attention paid, so
ihul all who o ill shall be uucoiiunoduled without
delay. Teams for
Carrying Passengers or Movers
ll I o any part of ihe country, alu ay oil hand.
Those wishing any thing iu the above line, will
do well lo give linn a trial, as hn feels confident they
will l.e satisfied, both as tu teams and price, the
! loriiter warranted lo carry pas tengers to their dealt
j nation in the shortest possible time, and Ihe latter
lo :.- as reasonable as possible. 11 y strict attention
o business, he hopes tu merit a liberal share of
Sliables -No arly opoosita Nortoo'i Foundry.
Fremont, Nov. 1, 1850.
3VEYV STOCK! NEWPUH ESU
f. a ru i ij.v. f. v,
WOtlLDinform the pnblicthat he has resumed
hiabnsiness al hiaold stand, on Croghan St.,
and having had Ihe oporlunity of seeing and getting
All t ftt Latent Fathion from Font and Wett
and hhving brought on an assorlmenl ofthe
riNRST WOODft, VKNK KRINOfl, 4rC,
it prepared lo furnish his old customers, snd a
manv new ones ns can crowd into his ware rooms,
with ihe most splendid lot of
.HaliogonVi Rosewood and RUcknalnul
I' L It A I T l' R i; ,
Of every kind from the Cradle lo the Coffin
As lo prices, he is determined
'NOT TO UK UNDERSOLD.
lie ia bold to say that he can offer von BETTER
BARGAINS and BETTER WORK than you can
get west of Butfnlo; he has on hand, and ia making
All kind of BEDSTEA DS,
on Neio and Improved Plans;
nch as Lewis' Patent, Fowler's Patent, &o. , &c.
Do not tail to give him a calf.
(I J He has got up a good Hearse, and will attend
funerals in town or country.
Fremont, Aligns! Ill, lM,"n.
NOW IS Till'. TIJir for Singing, an
llucklaiids' are prepared for it, Olid are llJVr
iog to those waui:
Tlie Motullesoln Collection of Choice Music.
C.irmiiiia Sacra, Church Choir.
Psillry, The Od. on.
Miiuhatlan Collection, Alpine Glee t-'ingcr,
The Melodeon, 'I v,dumes; The Lule,
The Juvenile rfingi'i'f School; Sabbath Schools'
Melodies; Missourie llarmouey, iVc. c.
JTT QSa IjSa,
i:n KIaii-H Orick lllorh.
Tho Saiuluskv in a Ilai
The Incomotire cominn, nnd the friends
lo CHEAP GOODS nnd SMALL PROF-
TS riuhiny for
J. P. IIAYNKS & SON'S
who are now receiving their iuimeiiKe stottt ol
SPinXG A XI) SUMMER GOODS,
At 1 nufklHiid'B Block, which i crnwdeil
with en(iie from all partu of the country, who ar1
wise enough to exiiiume llnvnca1 Slork heMi
thfyhuy. Fanners of SuinJua!;y county, ami )c
who in i r si aiier
v ome ale! examine our siocx. on will hud no
lintn'tiig. no suft soap, no gainmcu, no h. tiding
cu'om--rs hy the nrtii, no lloltery, but the best
7S 7 il J W ."Ta,v -w
Goils you ever saw, itinorg tfem he;iv-vxrd
wiil-' I tro tv ii S 'i..tt inns, Denims. I .nnsiana stri oe r,
fat. I Rolercd Calico, niul n fe-v MirU Porto llicn
'itgar. white.dty and clean, purchased Ittrt Fall
for u,by an old resid.-ut of the island and ul'
sixpenny goods I riiume.l that n.ioj triniiniii'r.
Wo have increased ourstocU of
.7 m c te.'e, niid warrniiled not to rip, embrac
ing garments of nil descriptions, slyles, and qual
ity, and "better b irgains" in the way of "furn
ishing Ihe outer man' cannot be made west of Aew
York, than with us, Wholesale dealers in
boots AM) saioi;,
Finiliog that t'.attt',-ii Jlatnttu lurcf were sending
Gouds to Ohio on commission, gave us a few cas,
coarse liools lo sell at twelve shillings, goodki
at t rt u tlollurs, and fine calf boots al liiiy cetttt
more, and a large lot of Womeiis and Mens' gai
ters, i-hoes, olips, Ac, so low that none need go
HATS, CAPS, AND HOXXETS!
ofevery variety, sly lo and quality i P. dm Leaf lints
at a shilling, and Bonnets in Proportion ; and IjM,
but not lea -t, itiiinn our many Goods, is u rich
and varied .i.-.sortiuent of
iiiooils tor tlto. Lariics!
Beautiful Lawns. De Laiues nnd Merimao prinif
eight x arns for eight sin lit ug, trimmed; Bernge
French Lawns, Alpacc.ts and Gingham lor a
Nuils, Glass, Crockery, Hani. ire, Lcatliur.
tone-ware, Ac. Ac.
W'p tlo a strailforward hltsinenK buy our Good
Low, and sell them CllKAP, for Koadv Pay oi
I reduce- Have One Price lor all. Our motto,
WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD."
Cash for Wool, Wheat, Oats and Corn.
JM). P. HA VNE.S & SON.
Fremont, June 19, ?5"J.
m; u s; i;n'S! :
(.loiious News'! Tiom Uic SoulJi!!!
II K Mi-xiciiii Muslatiir Liniametit. that litis
been performing such remarkable cures, anil
ami ereaiiug so much excitement iu the South alio
West during the laM twelve inonihs,
H AS Altlil Vro 1 Ol ! MIIIST!
and oil those ollbcled with liheuitnitisni, tiid S .iref
it 1'ue. r Pleases, or Sprains, Scalds, Bums, or
Krupliuiis of any kind, can now be healed. Those
who have been unit-ring h.r months or years with
that loathsome disease. Till! IMIfN need now
stiller no longer as this Must.ino Limxmkxi is s
1 erl.tin remedy, no inciter how had they are, or o!
how Ling standing, dinners, Fistulos, Scald Hoar
retieror mug norm tr any kind ot a sore, arr
healed and perfectly cured ill an incredibly shor:
I . : ' -
To Uic LtKlios Mis Iciviilu:tllc
For sore niples, caked breasts, ague in lite face.
Tooth nr Fur Ache, or any pninpul sores or swell
ings. 1 1 also removes il an drill' from the head, in
vigorates the hair, and prevents it from falling out.
and gives a beautiful glossy softness to the hair that
is not attained by uny other preparation.
For Horse and other Animal.
it has no equal in healing Saddle or Collar Galls,
Dcralcltes, Mange, sprains or Bi uiseg and il ia an
infallible remedy for splints, spavins, or Itingbones
dissolving tile large tumors, uud reducing the swol
len nr enlarged jionls to the.r iiuiutai size, ant!
healthy ucliuii. Polo Evil or Fistula, and Big-
beadcitn now be cured; aud Ihe Mustang Lima
menl ia the remedy that cr.n do il. If you or am
of your family, or your favorite horse are alilicted
W illi any of the ubuve diseases, try one bottle i
only costs '.'o cents uud yuu will uever use an;
fTr or sa'e, whoIeale and retain. by S I! iw It
laud & Co., of Fremont, and by other agents
in an ine viinages and towns ol this und llie sur
Oct. 4. IsjI.
tl 'tlio w V rallies'
Willow wagons and forking Horsa for the
Children. Also, Fancy Baskets for sale cheap al
McL. & Met; EE'S.
"1LS Dinseed, Lamp, and Tanner's oil, for
W sule at the
RAIL ROAD STORE.
Fremont, Nov. 2!), '51.
IIIEAP PUBLICATIONS. A choice loto
JlarperiX Brother's, juatreceived at
rni'oit rr.o (a;it)iA!v pkuives, an
x excetiotii article, lor sule cheap, at
Mayli. ltUi. A. GI'SDORF'S.
Cora &z Cob Mill.
"tORV in the Eurc&u begrouod at the Croghan
anus. juii.k niooilK,
fituui I's lliliiKl Nil Kill' llouc Syv-
up, just ins liliog lor lilt .hw ncal caKes. ul III
Fremont, Nov. E9, '51.
MUrrSS A good aaaortmen
1V1 at i
RAIL ROAD STORE.
Fremont, Not. 29. '31.
ANY quantity ol good Jlickorv and Ash Wood
willbeUkeu ou subscript ion at llie
for tho Ladies!
11 Is liar illy nrrcsiiry to Inform ihe La
dieaof our stock of
l'LUIl n i:il Y A X D FA KCY OOOD$(
they know where they are, and what they are,
but w e w ould just him to them that we have en
larged our stork in this line very much this Fall,
and we are eute they will be pleased to try our
Pachuhj, Atnhrt. Vtrrint, Jenny Bind,
Jockey Club, Mynnlin, Vanillin, Cream of Lillie,
Morrow, Jules llonels Eau Lustrell, &c, tor
they ere certainly very nice. Then there is lha?
Fancy Goods on the other side!
Lndiu's Ebony Uoxcs mid "Wriiiiifjf Defkn,
Port Fnlio Paper Woighla. Alabnster Jewel Boxea
and Ink Stands, Pet'.rl, Hhell, Ivery and Velvet
Card Cases, and the finest Pajirir .VnrAue Perte
VoniVr you ever did see, and a thonsand oilier ar
ticles too numerous lo mention, which were bought'
expressly for them. Just come and see them w he-
Iher you went to buy or not. We are never tired
showing nice goods, and we want the good folks of
Fremont and vicinity to he posted up in these mat
ters. S. HIXKLAND it Cm.
Fremont, Odlober 25th, 151.
ipili: M ltfiritlliLItS havejnsl received
JL the followittg
STAM)AKI SCHOOL HOOKS!
to w hich t'-ey would call llie attention of School
Teachers noil Parents;
McGufl'ex 's Eclocticseries of Readers, nitmbera
1st. 'Jd, .Id, 4lh and 5th.
iMunderill's series do., 1st, 2d, 3d, nniNlh.
Will.trd's W. H., large and ubridged.
The Student's Speaker.
Ray's, Greenlenl's, Adams', L'mitli's, Dodd'
F.nos' A- Sioddard's Arilliinetic.
Days, Dni is', Rav's & Towor' A Igebra.
Pineo's, Clark's, Rirkliaui's, Billion's Smith's,
and Brown's (rraintnar.
Parker's, Comtek's, and Mrs. Phelps' Pliilos
Cnmslock's, nnd Mrs. Lincoln Botany.
Comstock's Mineralogy, and Physiology, and
lireenleal's Kxercise in Compcilion.
Websti-r's unabridged, revised, University, and
School Dir lionnry.
Andrew '"and Stoddard's Lulin Readers, Gram
mars, aittl l,;xi,rcir'S.
Views ofthe Microscopic World.
fierman Spellers, and Primmers.
Germitn anil I'uglisli fraitimars, and Dictionary
McGitHVj 's, liontly's Pictorial, and Elementary
A!an a iitrge assortment of Mif cellalieous, Med
icitl, Muicnl, and Law- Bonbs.
Call and t'.vuiiiine for yourselves.
S. BtM 'K LAND A Co.
Nj. .'I, Bucklutid's .New Block.
Oct. 35, 1PSI.
A Ilaauisofsie Foot,
r T IS ADMITTED THAT n well-shaped and
L hauilsoine Fool is a most desirable end to t
nil" to ml van tag the personal appeal a nee of either
a Luly or gentleman, but all are. nware that a
handsome foot, if not enc ised in a neat Shoe or
lioot,is a most iif-latichollv si-hi to the beholder,
and uoito iitiflprslitud this fat better than Ihe In
dies. T o meet the wi.uts nf bis customers, the
subscriber has jnsi returned from New York with
a large and well selected stock of
Boots 4' Shoes,
which he invites the citizens of Sandusky, and ad
joining counties, no call und examine. 11. s stock
consists, in purl of
Gentlemen' fine French and American Calf
hoots, kips and Con-hide, Brogau's of all kinds.
Mso, an excellent variety of Pumps, Walking
G.iit.-rs, laiicy Connress (Jailers, Prunella Gaiters,
Taylor ties: together with Morocco, Seal A. calf
Slippers ant! Pumps.
' El" S3 LI a 3 IT Xlv U TT iaiOSaa.
iVill find a very fine assortment nf Shoes and Slip
pers brought on especially fur them. French kid
slippers, Jenny Linda. Excelsiors, fine PruuelU
-.ttliTs, huskius ami slippers, hes.de a large anil
line assortment of shot s for every day wear.
Children' Shot- uud Gaiter, any rptantity
I nili-i 11 libber Shops anil Boots. The subscriber
,vill also m luti'iteture lo order, nil kinds ol Boots
Hid Shoes hir gentlemen and Ladies' near. F.I-perii-nced
wotkmen constantly emploied.
C'ltiutry m iiiufiii-ttireis and dealers will find at
my estalilishtiiou; nil kinds of
F 1 N I) I N C. S
used in the I ratio. Fn-m-li and American calfskins,
-eal skins, .Morocco, Patent le.ilber. Muailieled
leutlt-r, Slii'i',1 skins, Lasts. Pegs, .Wedles, Bris
tles, A: i'., vV e. .VI tnv artii b s a. e w urrattled.
I rvso'cilully invi'e Ihe l.i.fns nnd genileiueil
tf S.tttdusiiy to cail and exauiiue for themselves,
rremoiil, May 1-th, IsjJ.
r.vrrit am) i'ai'i:.: ii.v.oi.-.n
-II ILF. V M S 111 oe nod While Fools Cap Paper,
f) all ei ellt'llt in.lilv.
1 1 id Ilea ms bill i- and w bite letter paper.
lit Reams Ff tl Cap paper.
JI) lie. mis assotteil nute paper.
A large lot of wrapping paper.
; 11(1 roils w all paper ol -HI dilferent stl Ics.
A veil line In! ol Window paper, W iiidnw shades,
Fire board Prints, and plum anil veliei border, for
sale very Ion Hi llL'CKLAXDa'
October 35, '51 .
HlfKEVi: IJOOTAVI) St 11 OK
A N D
Readymade Cothing Store'
I I ALT iV I AS r(), having rf moved their
XX exl-uiiMVtf bt
into I.ooui No.
k of Boots, Shoes and Clothing
', lioi-ki mil's Block, formerly oc
12. Sehriug, would lake this nielli
their thanks lo their nuuierouscus
cupifd hy J. F.
od of tendering
loiiierf for llie
furnished them, thereby encouraging them in their
ell. itls lo benefit and please Ihein. Our slock of
BOOTS cSc SHOES!
is greatly enlarged, and consists of every variety of
n le, shade und quality. All kinds of liools aud
Shoes for Gentlemen and Lathe's wear, manufac
tured loonier, ul the lowest price, and upon Ilia
shortest notice. The several departments of man
ufacture ure under ih- charge of skillful workmen.
A general assortment of
is olToted to the trade, at a small advance upon tlia
New York prices.
READY-MADE CLOTHING t
Consisting of Ceals, Pants, Vests, 1'ndt r Clothing,
of all kinds, Hose, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Cra
vats , and every article that belongs lo a gentle
aitt-sVJieaxsi V aZ2OLm-9aHI
ofthe latest stxles, and in great profusion. All of
which they want le sell U r ihe dimes. Give Ihem
a call before purchasing elsewhere. No chargeler
HALL & GASTON.
Fremont, June lilh, 185 !.
PE41F U ME R Y !
"I J OSE Hair Oil, Ox Mnrrow,
Rear's Oil MsccnssHr Oil,
Uantluline Fixalrice, Philoconib,
Cream of Roses and Lilys,
CoIogne.Rose nnd Lavendar Water, Ac, Ac,
just received, at Ducklakd's.
T)I.IMSi; CALL and look al my assorlrotat
X ol Crockery and uiuse-ware.
May -J4. 1851.
J. T. MOSS.
T)R AYER BOOKS and Church Service. A
Buleudidortineiil, from 31c lo $3, at
UUCKLAN D A CO'S.
lni.FS A large lot of Family Bibles fro as
I 50 lo G. Also, Pocket, Clasp, Tuek.aod
I PolyglotllliblctaudTtatuuieutt at