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Tht learner Crescent Cily loft Aspinwall
tin the evening of (lift l'2lh, nnd nrrived in Now
York on Friday. Tlio Panama pnpers are fill
ed with news of horrible murder and diabol
ical robberies. Aside from thcae chronicles
of human depravity, there is nothing peculiar
A young lady 20 years of fige, named Sc
tiorlta Asparilla, has been admitted into the
aiaterhood of nuns of Panama. The ceremo
ny took place on the 3d, and wns conducted
with much rnliious pomp. The lndy makes
the fourth new in the nunnery, and as the oth
er three are far advanced in ngp, It Is proba
ble that ere long, Senorita Asparilla will be
the sola survivor and representative of the
great body of nuns who once occupied many
extensive buildings in Panama.
There is a proposition in tha columns of the
Pannma Star, to remedy the scarcity of wa
ler in that citv by bonnet an Artesiau well in
Ihe cathedral. The water obtained from most
of the wells, (which are about 40 feet deep,)
is braokish and disagreeable, but with n well
600 feet in depth, the Star has no doubt good
water mav be obtained.
The line of steamers between Aspinwall and
Havana has been discontinued.
The steamship Independence on her pas
sage up to San Francisco, ran ashore near the
Margarita Islands, and Gnally swung round
Vith her side to the beach, when she careened
over, took (ire nnd was entirely consumed.
There was nearly five hundred passengers
aboard, of whom, in their endeavors to get
nshore by swimming and otherwise, about 140
The passengers saved, numbering in all
bnut 20, were cast upon a barren, uninhab
ited island, without water or any other means
of subsistence, where they remained five days
and six hoius, during which time they suller
ed dreadfully. Finnlly, by firing cannon, i!iey
Attracted the attention ol some wlialing ves
seU who came to their assistance with provis
ions, and took all tho survivors off the island.
Among the names of the lost we found the
following from the Western States:
William Args.1l, Wisconsin ; Wm. Adlar,
Tennessee; J. Abraham, Ohio; C. J. Coats,
St. Louis; A. Carmtchtel and W, Biiteman,
Tjliio; Miss Julia Barreum, St. Louia; three
persons named Bef win, from Tennessee; Mr.
BrTiinton, St. Louis; G. Barnum, Ohio; W.
Cecness, Alexander Brown, and John Bolter-
tnan, of Michigan ; W. Greiner and wife, J. O.
Jolif and Chas. Tents, all from Cincinnati; T.
'T. Jeffries, W. H. McCsndless, nnd A. Scott,
Ohio; Asa Kittridge, S. W. Newnll, A. Willis
rtrid Wm. estras, all Irom Illinois; Jas. bal
lon, St. Loais; iletij. Ward, Michigan; Asa
Watson and son, St. Louis; B. M. Waddell,
II. J. Roberts, and Mrs. Howland and her
three sons, Wisconsin: Mrs. K. Brown, Iowa;
nnd Mrs. Kail and child, Illinois.
The whole number of the lost is one hun
dred and forty, and of the saved, three hun
dred. By this arrival we have dates from San
Nursing Sore mouth.
There are few if anymore an
noying complaints, Hint mothers are subject to,
than nursing sore mouth, aud none probably, tli.it
"is thought so lightly of by physicians. The pa
tient is allowed to suffer from day to day, aud week
to week, without tiy reidy. Myers' Exlrtict
of R ick Rose ia epeKMly and r"ertaiu cures hb the
-following ceitain cure, ut the following certificate
will abundantly prove:
Rev. A. B. L. Myers Dear Sir: You have
asked my opinion of the influence of your liock
.Rose Syrup, in any instance ol Nursingsoro Mouth
which may have curie under my notice. A lady
ill this cily severely allliuted with this painful dis
ease, and much prostration, a few alter colinetnent
"with twins, conmienoed using the Rock Rose, un
der my advice, and received immediate relief.
She had previously suffered much from this die
vise, with her oilier children, nnd was geuerally,
for a long time, in a denote stale of health, and
suffered greatly from canker. The Rock Ruse be
came an invaluable blessing to her and lier babes,
who still live, aad I tru-t in iv be reared bv tliia
Temedy. REV, E. It. WARREN.
, New Loudo, Aped H, IdSJ.
"'I DftiESTV unh is the true meaning of
the word "Pepsin," or of tha two Greek words
from which it is derived. Tnis is the signifii.in
nd appropriate title of ihe True ZWjjrrfeVe Fluid,
or Uastrir Jwce, prepared by Ifr. J. S. JlouUton.
of Philadelphia, from tne fourth Staunch of the
"Ox, for the owre of Indigestion and Dyspepsia. It
is Nature's own remedy for an unhealthy Slom
ch. No arte f man can ee,ual its curative puweia
It renders (iond Hating perfectly cnn"sisleut with
Health. Pee Ike Sjjnro ol the Ox, rn another pari
of this p.iper.
1 1 -
FREMONT PRICE CURRENT.
XVheat perhnshal. ,
Flour per barrel , .,
4 a R
Corn per bushel. . .vv vv . .. ,
Oats per bushel. '
Mutter per ponnd, ,. .-
Eggs per doten
'heese per ponnd
Lard per pound
Halt per barred
I lides per pound
Flaxseed per bushel
Timothy reed perbu..
Clover seed per bu...k ...
Pork per barrell .v,v ...v ...t ..
Ilamssmoked per pound, ... . ,
Beans per bushel . . ...i ...... .
Potatoes prbnliel.... ...i , ..
Onions per bushel. ,.
Apples green. ,j
Apples dried,, . , ..t . .
Beeswax per pound,, .v .......
Tallow per poundt ........ ....
Staves Pipes per M.... ......
Itlid per M
Blackwalnut Lumberper M ,t.
JUST RECEIVED by C. Lee & Co. fast
Freight Express via. Sandusky, only 30 days
Trom New York a splendid stock of Spring and
Hummer Goods. Call and examine Goods and
trices. 1. P. HAYNES & SON.
Lndlc IH-i'SS Jooils Black and Colored
Silks, Borages, Lawns, L'uuheco, Prints, &0.
BonilCIiinl lCillbonn A large assort
ment, fashionable and cheap at lliTNEf.
Book Musliiiw Chncheco Cambric, Bishop
Lawns, Laceetiingi, Edgings, &o. at
T)OOl nnd Miooi Ladies
JJUuskinS, Gouts Calf boots, Gaitsrt, tc. at
, tc. at
at nrid Clip Fashionable Silk, Pana
ma aud Leglioru Hat I, Oil and Cloth Capiat
ClolhinR A large stock of fashionable and
Well made Garments; also Shirts, Collars,
Neck Tier. &c. at Haisii.
C Mollis, t'aakinicrrt anil VctiiiR
Black, Brown, Blue and Green Cloths, Black
and Fancy CasSimer. Satin and Sjlk Veilings, A
Fremont, April 3", 'W
ARRIVAL OF NEHf GOODS!
Who Sells Cheapest in Fremont?
fTVUS question to often ssked hy the purehas
X ing Public, w will not presnme to answer.
Dut would say that wo hare just received a New
end Select Stork of
For tli Spring and Summer Trade, which it la oor
intention lo eel I at elich price ax will at once con-
vmce every one, after e thorough examination,
that we ore selling goods extremely low.
As It in our determination lo close mil our entire
slock durincr the coming season, we flrttler our-
elves, that we shall lie nhle to coutrihtUa "Mule-
rial A ri" to all those who are disposed to buy
Our slock consits of a gteat variety of Fashion
ablo Ores a Goods; Mich as
De Ltiiues, . Borages, Ginghams, .
l'rinla, Lawns, &c, Ac.
A 1SO I
Cashmere Shawl, Crape, Black Silho,
1 rut t Cashmere,
Print De Lainee, Ac
Dlack Silk Mantillas,
Sraw Goods, Itibbona, A c.
A f! ood assortment of Summer Stuffs, Brown
and Bleached Sheetings. Drilling, Ticking, etc,
Selling at present N ew York Prices.
McLELLAN & McGEE.
Fremont, April 30, 1852.
emu owe el!
"tTEHAVE removed our Store to Sharp &
r t Mmmiw'i iMew ilrica mock, where we ere
opening out a
LARGER STOCK, GREATER VARIETY
and fjonds of hotter oualitv, thai hertofore offered
in this market, purchased in New York with cash
which we now respectfully invite lha citizens of
8anduskr, nnd the adjoining counties, li cull and
examine. The attention ol the Ladiu is especial
ly directed to our great variety of
Magnificent Dress Goods
Silks, Saline, Paris de Crape, Silk Grenndln
Silk Albanies, new style printed Berage, Choni
Herage, a large lot of French, English aud Ameri
can Lawns, superior to anything in tho market.
Ilerage de Unities oftbe newaat styles aud most de
sirahle patterns. A superior assortment of French
and other Oinghaiiis the most beautnul patterns
Mohairs, Poplins, phiin figured and changeable
Alpaccasalsn, superior Black 6'ilk Lustres Alpaccas
A large and general nssortmenl of
Crape, Berage, Tibbet, Stradilla, and Silk
Shawls. splendid pattern1, and the ladies cannot
fail to be suited.
The gentlemen will find a good assortment of
Broad-cloths, Caisimercs, Saltinets, Jeans,
&c, of (he finest quality, which will be sold cheap.
READ Y-MA DE CL 0 TI1INQ.
Coats, Pants, Vests, of every variety, from the
finest bread-cloth to the cheapest fabric, which can
and will be sold cheaper lhau can be afforded in any
other store any where.
BOOTS Sc SUOrS, HATS fc CAPS.
in great variety, from the best lo the most common
quality warranted will made and will be sold
low. A fine article of Shoes for the Ladies, of the
best end latest patterns. Call end See.
A large variety of Swiss Musline and Jackonets,
French worked fooda, Bonnet Ribbons, Parasols,
Gloves, Hoteerv, Embroidered Swiss, Calicoes,
Chititr,, Muslin, Bed licks, Fhiunois, Stc, tfcc.,of
CofTee, Sugars, Teas, Spice, Tepper, Melnsses.
Tobaccos, and nearly every article ia that line of
the best qualities.
As above remarked, aM my poods are new, and
will beeold at onk vmi k. So give us a call. Per
formance every day except Sundays. . Door open at
hall past o A. M. 1 erlornmnce In begin at 6. Ad
mission free, children half price. No postponement
on ecr.ount of the weather. Never was there such
nu opportunity miiiib tho des of Solonmu to gratify
the eyes and mind with so little expense.
As fur prices, 'there's no use telking." We sell
so low we are afraid folks may think we steal our
goods! Hut don't be afraid, friends come nil, and
you shall see what you shall see. Give us a call,
nnd we will suit you to any thing In nor line.
A. GUSTO RF.
Fremont, April 3D, 1852-
Bj" l!e sure to recollect the place, one door south
of unfield & Mitchell's Hardware Store. .
OTRAYEI) or Stolen, from .Mnurneville, in Hu
... ... .1.. I i... I ... r
,iuu i'uiiii'v, viih', uii in-, i iin 1 1 m v o i murcn
laet, a black hep'iprd dog, with a leather eo'lar or
strap around his neck a whito stripe on his nose.
Inrite dew cluu e nnd a long bushy tail answers
to Ihe name nf"M.ijnr " The said dog was seen
in Muumee City, three or four weeks since. Who
ever will find s lid dog and d 'liver him at the Clark
House, in Vanmee t'itv, or at the Kingsbury
House, in tVle ln, will be entitled to the iihova re
ward, or whoever will give information where he
may be found, wil be rewarded with 10.
Wellington, Loniu Co. O. 14 3 at
Epilepsy or Fits!
T EWIS & FLETCHER'S Vegetable Com
i Jiouiid, for the cin e of Epilepty or Fits a re
cently discovered invalunble medicine put ely
Vegetable, for the cure this truly dreadful disease
just received and for Sale by
.1. F. WOOSTER, Druggist.
Fremont, April 30, 'S3 ly
Notice in lrtrtioe.
John S. Tvlor, )
Moorris K. T vler,
John W. Tyler,
and Sarah Scott;
WILL take notice that a petition was filed
Bpainst Ihem on the Sill day of February, A.
D. 18.r)3 in the Court of Common Flae of San
dusky county, and ia now pending, wherein Ralph
P. Burkland, demands partition of the following
real estate, to wit; '
The South West quarter of Section number one.
1 and tha south east quarter of the north wrst
quarter of ihe same section, in township number
four 4J, north of range number thirteen 1 13, con
taining together one hundred and ninety.fiva acrea
Also, tract number one hundred and thirty-six
136, of lands given for the construction of the
Maiimee and Western Reserve Turnpike Road,
contuiuing one hundred aud forty-three acres
Also, out lot number thirty seven 37, Original
ly in East Town , being now out-lot number fifty
seven in the town of Fremont.
Also, in-lots number one hundred and seventy
eight ( 1 7 Hj , and two hundred and ona .'III J in the
town uf Fremont; all III Sandusky county aforesaid.
And that at the next term of said court application
will be made by said Ralph P. Buckland, fur an
order that partition be made nfaaid premises.
BUCKLAND & EVERETT,
Alt) 's for Petitioner.
Dated April, 25th, '1853.
CIIlHCli, HAYES Sc CO.,
Wholesale Dealer! in
Strata (Sooba, roctriea,
HATS, TAPS, BOOTS AXD SHOES,
Iron, Kails, Glass, Glass-Ware,
And PitUbutg Manufactures in General.
Norris1 Block, No. 4, TOLEDO CITY.
April, 23, '53
OKS, Steel Spades, Iron Rakes, Shovels, gar
den trowels, Vc, at the HsnnwsRa Srona.
May and June Appointments.
DOOTOU II. T I'll II 9. Analytical Phy
sician, will be in attendance at his rooms as
follows; Fremont, Fremont llon-e, Monday and
Tnesduy 3(lth St 31st May; Bellevue. Tremonl
House, "Saturday QSlh Mays Sandusky, Exchange
Hotel, Wedneday anil Thursday 1st aud 2d June
Those afflicted with Chrome diseases on the Li
ver, Lungs, Kidneys or Spleen, Inflatnatioua,
Rheumatism, Asthma, Shortness of Breath or
Difficulty of Breathing. Dyspepsia, Dropsy, weak
ness or nervous Disabilities, Restlessness, Loss of
Appetite, Constipation, Derangement of Ihe Stom-
Br.h, llilious Affections, Gravel, While Swellings,
or any long standing diseates are invited to call.
NO CIHKOK FOR CONSULTATION.
Dr. T. deither bleeds nor Klilars; nor Is he a
llomcco pathlst: he never uses Mercury, Arsenic,
Antimony, or anv other mineral as a med cal
agent; nor is he a Thompssnian he neither
steams nor gives emetics. His theory of disease
differs from all others thnt have been adopted, but
not more so than does his
sistrM or tr:atmt.it.
He does not make sick to make welt, nor tear
down to build np again , nor allay nervous irrita
tation, by patching up with inodynes.
Cnii Fits or I'pilcpsf lo Cnrcilt
This is a question often asked, and to which 1
can best reply by appending a teller from a voting
tnay wno was H ealed lor the same or long stand
ing. 1 select this because one of the first treated
in the Mate, and consequently exhibits the test of
time. While under treatment Miss II' resided a
few miles west of Cleveland, and can now be writ
ten to by those who wish to hear further from her.
With persons past the meredian of life. I have
seldom succeeded, but young pa tients for the most
part may be ellectualiy and permanently cured.
PtKK, Fulton Co., Ohio, Dec. 11, 1852.
Dr. II. Timm Dear Sir; For several years I
have been afflicted with fits. I was first attacked
while at school, when but six years of age. They
were quite freqllent, came on suddenly, lasted a
few minutes and than passed off. Eigh t years ago
they assumed Ihe epileptic form and were prostrat
iug every faculty, mental and physical. Svptoms
leading to consumption followed, so that I could
not walk across the room without stopping for
breath. We employed many physicians, of diller
e lit schools, hut none sf mined to understand or re
moved tha disease Three years ago last July I
commenced jour treatment, from which have
received much benefit. Besides removing fits, my
general health has been greatly improved; quite
lately I have been troubled anme with a contused
feeling, proceeding.! think, from nervous weak
ness, but have been entirely Iree from fits up to
to the present moment. Yours, Vc.
Cloud & Garvin!
DEALERS in Fancy aud Staple Dry Goods,
Groceries, Queen's Ware, a large and spleu
iiid assortment; also Hardware, a good stock.
The attention ol the people of Sandusky county
isinviiedto our large and well selected assort
.Yew Spring Goods!
In ottering our Uoods to the t'ubltc, we are con
fident thnt a more varied and splendid stock call
not be found in this part of the State.
An examination ol the Variety, Quality and Pri
nt of our Cooils cunno! fail of satialying the closest
buyers that thiB is the. place to make their purchas
es. We make no effurt to humbug tha public by
holding out the inducement that we sell "cheaper
than the cheapest," and selling one or two leading
articles merely to 'bait customers,' intending to
make it up on other articles, ''he politic may rest
assured that we sell the most desirable Goods, aud
Uniformly Low prices and no Devi
ation. The Ladies will always find at our Store the
THE FhVEST LOT OF in Ihe town, aud
a very choice
Assortment of Dress Coodfl
Of the Latest and most beautiful styles, such as
Derages, and Berage De Lainee, Ginghams, Mer
rimack and French Prints, Muslins, Cambrics
and Laces ofull kinds, Undersleevss, Cheinizetts.
Embroideries, Dress Trimmings, Gloves, Hoisery,
Ldginga, tjuaia., itihoons. ccc, ac.
A!so Broad Cloths, Cassimeres, Satinets, Vest
ing! and a large assortment of Spring and Sum
mer Good: lor Gentlemen's wear, always on hand
throughout the season.
Whitecrape, Silk. Brocba and other rich arid
beautiful Btyles may be found here.
Irish Linens. Double Dmnask Table Cloths,
Druggets, Sheetings aud Shirtings of all qualities
and prices constantly on hand. All kinds of
JL'CJIV IflB Bi2 DC
Taken in exchange for Goods; also Produce in
exchange. CLOUD & GARVIN.
liOiig looked lor come at Inst!
S BUCKLAND &CO. have just received per
Railroad, a very large addition lo their former
Large Stock of Wall and Curtain Paper, compris
ing about 1,000 Rolls of Wall Paper of every kind
iin. I quality, and any quantity of beautiful Border
lo maich. Come and be convinced that Buck
land's is the pi ice to buy Wall and Window pa
pers either in regard to price or style:
We have all our papera sampled, so that it is no
trouble to examine them ; and we would be happy
to show them whether you want to buy or not, just
lo ehow you how nice they are, and how cheap.
Don't forget the place
No. 3, iiUC LAND'S Block.
Fremont, April 'S3, '53.
Sale of Land Warrant by order of Court.
0 Ihe Slat day of May, A. D. 1853, at 3 o'clock
in the afternoon, at the door of the Court
house in the town uf Fremont, Sandusky county,
Ohio, will b sold to the highest bidder, Land
VVurrant No. 5fT,' 96, for one hundred and sixty
acres of land, ai Hie property of Christian Stible,
TtKMs of sale cash in hand.
C. DONCYSOtf, Adm'r
of Christian Stible, deceased.
April 23, 18.13 4w.
D, Barnhart, Jr,
Main St., a few doors North cf Second,
HAS just returned from the East with a heavy
stock of Piano's, of Ihe heat manufacture, and
of Ihe highest tone aud finish.
ALSO Brass and Stringed Instruments, the
be't in this market. These, instruments will be
sold on the most leas iub'e terms, and Warranted.
The proprietor will not be outdone by any other
house in the Wast, this he desires every body lo
distinctly understand. Call in, and examine for
yourselves. A car will always be iu readilleas to
remove Pianos to any point.
acknowledged to be ihe best in ' use. They era
fire proof and waler-proof, and can ba had at pri
ces varying from $50 to $500. Business men are
invited to cull aud examine them they will be
D. B. has dpetted large room in Tiffin' O., for
the sale of Pianos, Mayor Wm. Lang, Agent,
where the best article can ba had at the lowest
Also, jt Lebanon, O., A. Tucker, Agent, where
instruments may be obtained at Dayton prices.
Dayton, Apr. 9ih.
TS hereby given that the School Examiners of
1 SaniliifKv county wi l meet at the oinoe or ueo.
W. Glick.'Esq , on Tuesday the I9ltl , and for
four consecutive Tuesdays thereafter.
Persons applying fur certificates must make ap
plication when the Board are in session as appli
cation wou'l be entertained at anv other time,
GEO W. CLICK,
Fremont, April I4th 1833.
James M. Ashley!
WHOLESALE dealer in Drngs, Paints, Oils,
Dvstufl', Glass and Glassware, Lamps, Gro
ceries Pure Wine and Liquors for Medicines,
Perfumery and fancy articles cVc, No. I, Morris'
Block i Toledo, Ohio.
All orders promptly attended to.
April !), 1c 63. 1 y
n H.MAKCH1SPS CKKLEBKATKl)
' CA TMOMCOiV For (lie UrIU f mul
Cure of fjtnf ferhiff Females
It stands pre-eminent
for Its curative
powers in all the His-
'W'j.'vf ' eases for which it is
HlainU: fur snrniias-
. . ' ' M B.,T . ' 1 1 1 ' I 1 1 1 U U
' - ' inn mnv ilk. ... .
SxVNof treatment in being
orertnin. less esons.
ive, and leaving the
system in a better
condition. Let all in
terested call and ob
tain a pamphlet, free,
containing amp I e
proof from the most
of the beneficial results of its "set together wil h
letters from highly experienced Physicians, who
have nsed it In their practice, and speak from
their own observations.
P. B. Pc-ckham, M. D., L'tica, K. Y.
L. D. Fleming, M. D , Canadalgna, N. Y.
M. If. Hills, M. D., Rochester, N. Y.
D. Y. Foote, M. D., Syrscuse. N. Y.
Prof. Dunbar, M D., Baltimore, Md.
W. W. Reese, M. 1)., N. York Cily.
W. Prescott, M. D., Conoord, IN. H.
J. P. Newland, M. O.. Utina, N. Y.
S. BUCKLAND &. CO., Agents,
Hruggists, Fremont, Ohio.
Sold by all the leading Druggists In the adjoin
ing counties. Letters addressed to care of Mr.
Curtis Hatch, Agent at Havenna.
To Or Mnrrhiti: I have ten years been troub
led with Female complaints prolapsus , Uterii
and all the attending difficulties at times render
ing my life most miserable, i have had the at
tendance of some of the best physicians, with but
little success. The most that they could do was
to relieve a cure was out of the question. For
five months before commencing with your medi
cine, 1 had not been able to perform any labor,
could walk but a few steps at a time and scaraely
wentoutof doors-in short, I was completely
prostrated both in body and mind. 1 expected to
drag out the rest of my days in suffering and mis
ery; but reading your advereisement, was induced
to try your invaluable medicine, called 'Uterine
Cntholicon," as the last resort. I had not used
It a w -eh before I felt like another woman. By
the use of three bottles, I was enabled to perform
all Ihe labor, for six ill the family, with e ise, and
could walk any where in the noeiglibnrhood, with
out injury. Nothing but a fense of duty to you
and Ihe suffering community, has induced me to
stale my case to the public; and i can safely rec
ommend the preparation to all those euftWiug like
myself. fSignedl Mrs. SARAH A. BISHOP.
Fredom, Portage Co., O , Dec. 27th, 1U52.
J. B. MarchtBi & Co., Proprietors, Central De
pot, 30th Broadway Yew York.
April ;t, 'S3. IV
NOR WALK & CLEVELAND
Open Through, completing the last link in the
chain of Railroads between New York, Boston,
Philadelrhia, Baltimore, Washingion City and
The only route hy which the dangers of Laka
Navigation are entirely avoided.
The quickest and Lest route between Xew
Yurie, Boston, Philadelphia and St. Loiiis.
On and after Monday, April 1 1th, 1853, Pas
senger Trains will run daily, (Sundays excepted,)
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Night Train! will riot stop at Townserid
Cattiden or Clyde, except to leave Passengers.
Connecting at Toledo directly with Trains
trie Michigan Southern Road to arid front Chicago
aud the West, and forming a line In connection
With Chicago and Rock Island Railroad and
Steamers on Illinois River, to St, Louis.
At Bellevue With Trains of Alad River and
Lake Erie Road for Sandusky City, Dayton, Cin
At Monroevllle with Sandusky, Mansfield and
Newark Railroad, for Sandusky Citv, Shelby Junc
tion, Columbus, Newark and Zansvilla.
At Grafton with Cleveland, Columbus and Cin
cinnati Road, for Cleveland, Sheiby Junction, Co
lumbus and Cincinnati.
At Cleveland with Lake Shore Road, via Dun
kirk, for New via. Buffalo, for New York, Albany,
also for Westera Road and Boston.
With Cleveland and Pittsburg Road, for Pittsburg,
Wheeling, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washing
Freight forwarded promptly, at fair rates.
E. B. PHILLIPS, Sup't
Sup'l'a Office . T. N.
Norwalk April 8,
& C. R. K. J
-a QHhds New Orleana Sugar, last year crop,
J Oand best quality for sale by the flhd. or barrel
at No , Morris' Block, Toledo, Ohio.
April 9, 153. 6 m J. M. ASHLEY.
A p flbls. Louisiana Sugar Douse and Plantation
4 O Molasses,. low for cash; also a few barrels
chice Svrup at No. 1, Morris' Block, Toledo O.
April 9. '53. dm
rn SACK8 Coffee, Gov. Java, Rio, &c, at
OUNo. I, Morris' Block, Toledo, O.
April 9, 'S3. 6m J. M. ASHLEY.
RICE, Tobacco, Pepper, Teas, &c , by the
quantity and at but a small advance over eas
tern prices, at No. I, Morris' Block, Toledo, O.
April, 9, '03. fim i. M, ASHLEY.
Fancy, Music and House
WKrfesirfito inform the ciiist-na of lbi'
Htid fieMiborin.r tnwna. thnt we hnre I
iust opened a full stock of Fancy and House-keen
isg Goods and respectfully solicit a share of their
Fnncy fJooda. rapier Maehe Work and
Perfume limes, Back Gammon Boards, Watch
Stands, Writing Desks, c
Also; Rosewood and Mahngatlt Itoxes, Writing
Desks and Toilet Boxes, Terra Cotla ware of all
kinks. Parian Marble Statuary, Watch Stands. I
Paper Oeighls, Spring Tra bells, Porcelain Ware,
Porta Monnaies of eveiy variety, Ivory and Pearl
Taper rolilers, t nrved Chessmen, Siauonery,
Toilet Glasses Shell Combs, Bracelets, Silver
Card Baskets, Traveling C ompanlona, Parlor Balls,
Brushes of every description, cVc.
IIOHar-Kcrplnjr Arllrle, A full as-
eortment of Dixon's finest PLA I E, vir: Tea Ser
vice, Castors, Cake Baskets, Knives, Forks, spoons
Lniiies, 1 nut Knives, iut 1 rackers, ivc.
Brlttania Ware of eveiy kind. Baskets of every
character, Willow Ware inclusive of every thing.
Wooden Warei from a faucet to a Uoot Jack.
Iron Ware, such as Steol Fire Sells, Scrapers,
Ash Siflera, Soap Stone Griddles, Colfee Roasters,
Smoothing Irons of new style, Coffee and Spice
Grinders, Family Grind Stones, Porcelain Kettles
and Sauce Pans, Coal Scuttles, brass aud iron,
Oyster Gridirons, Ac-
Also, Cnke and Sugar Boxes, Dish Covers and
Toast Racks, Apple Peelers, Vegetable Slicers,
Warming Palls, Sardine Openers, Lanterns, Fool
Baths, Knife Washers, to avoid washing handles;
Toilet Setts, Water Poter Pots, Slop and Water
Pails, Batidelahras, Night and .Nurse Lamps,
Swinging do. Hall Lanterns, Towel Stands, Fea
ther Dusters, Wire Bird Cages, Foor ane Hand
Brushes, Tin Ware of every kind, llobbie Horses,
Sleighs, Bed Cords, Ac.
Ml'!IC'. Muoieal lnstrlimentsof all descrip
tions, vizi Guitars, Violins, Flues, Banjot, Tam
borines, Clarionets, Flageolets, Aceordeons, Flu
tina, and a complete assortment ef Sheet Music.
l'erf llniory, We have a quantity of genu
ine Lubiu's Perlumery, comprising Extracts Co.
logne and Soaps, With cut glass Cologne Bottles
of beautiful patterns.
Toy. Wholesale and retail.
In addilipn lo the above we have an assortment
of Flmliiittf Appnriltlia, such as jointed
Poles, Lines, Reels, Flouts, linkers, &c.
We beg leave to inform the jiin.i' members of
the community, that we have some JUMPERS
for their especial benefit.
BOURNE & TOR HEY.
SAsnnsitv City, Feb. 5th , 1K53.
Entered according to an Act of Crngress, in the
year 1851, bv J. ,S. HOUGHTON, M. L.
in the Clerk's Office of the District Court
for the Eastern District of Penusyl
A0THER S( IE TlFtr W0XDEE!
GREAT CURE FOR
DYS P E P S I A,
Prepared from RENNET, or Ihe fourth STOM
ACH OK THE OX. after directions of BAR
ON LIEBIG, the great Physiological Chem
ist, bv J. S. HOUOHTON; M. D., Philadel
"I DIGEST." Such is the meaning of the
word PEPSI N It is the chief element, or Great
Digesting principle of the Gastric Jocice the sol
vent of the Food, the Purifying, Preserving, and
stimulating Agent of the Sioinach and intestines
tis extracted from the Digestive Stomach of the
Ox, thus forming a True Digestive Fluid, precise
ly like the natural Gastric Juice in its chemical
powers, and furnishing a Complete and Perfect
bn tut itute for it.
This is Nature's own Remedy I or en unhesltlv
thy Stomach. No art of man can equal its cura
live powera. It contains no Alrhihnl. llillert.
.1eiih. or .Ycsiuruiu lirw'S. It iesextrernely agreea
ble to the taste, and may be taken bv the moat
feeble patients who cannot eat a water cracker
without acute distress, Beware of Dragged. Imita
tions. Pepsin is Vo( n Unig.
Half a teasnoonfnl of Peosin iuflised in water.
will digest or dissolve Five poutids of Roast Beef
in about two home, out of the stomach.
SCIE.VTI I IC EVIIE X'E.
fj7 The Srienlijie Eiidenee upon which this
remedy is based is iu the highest degree Curious
and llemai Italic.
Call on the Agent, and get a Discriptive Circu
lar gratis, giving a lerge amount of ftnennne Ki t
dence, from Liebig's Animal Chemistry: Dr.
Combe's Physiology, of Digestion; Dr. Pereira on
Food and Diet; Dr. John W. Draper, of New York
University; Pref. Dunglison's Phvsiologv; Prof.
Silliman of Yale College; Dr. Carpenter's Phvsi
ology, & e , together with reports of cures from all
parte of the United Slates.
PEPSIN IX FLl'lD AD IOVVDEIt
Dr. Houirhltn's Pep-,in is Powder and in Fluid
Form and in Prescription vials for the use of Phy
sicians. The Powder will be sent by mail, free
of postage, for one Dollar, sent to Dr. Houghton,
ILTObskrve Tins! Every bottle of the genuine
Pepsin bears the written signature of J. S. llnt'OH
Toj M. D., sole proprietor, Philadelphia, Pa.
Copv-righl and Trade Mark secured.
ILTSold by all Druggists and Dealers in Medi
cines. Price One Dollar ;er bottle.
S. BUCKLAND & CO. , Fremont.
J. L. St. John, Tiffin.
N. Wooster, Norwalk. .
A Dasucrrcan Apparatus
including all the necessary accompaniments. (s
show frames, galvanic battery, for Carrying
on a heavy business. I he owner has two Came
ras, one, half size, nnd the other quarter site, eith
er of which he would sell eery ,haap for money or
saleable property. Instruction given in the art
using them il required. For further particulars,
address BoX No. 3, Fkkhont P. O.
April 0 'Ive.
OTICE is hereby givn that a meeting of the
stockholders of the r arrriers Union M lliug
Company of Sandusky County, Ohio, will be bold
at the house of Jeremiah N King, Esq., in Madi
son township, in said eounty of Sandusky, 011 lha
9lh day of .May rlext at 1 o'clock, P. M., for the
purpose of electing directors of said nomoauv.
G. G HOLLO WAY,
WM. A. Ji ILL,
N. P. HATHAWAY ;
JOHN C. Thomson,
April 5, 1H53 4w. Corporators.
Cast SlCfl Plows Manufactured by A.
Peacock, Cincinnati. Warranted to give sat
isfaction and to he the most pei feet article of Ihe
kind Iu Use. For Salo at the Hardware Store,
John Richs Iron beam plow, Smith's Cast Steel
Plow, GibVs Patent Iron plow; Cultivators and
Cultivator teeth, at Ihe Hariiwrx Srona.
JOHN FASOLD who for the last twenty.five
years has been engaged so successfully ill the
citv of Vew York, in teaching Instrumental mUMC,
baa located in Fremont aud proposes lo give lessons
upon any instrument which the learner mav select.
He will he f on nd at his room at Ihe residence
"VT AILS, Sash, Class and Putty, a large stock
X x lot ma rpr ng treue, at tne
AI lil'I'Sl MCri'SS A good assorlmen
XIX at the
RAIL -ROAD STORE.
liil. vU. II !,!
BALSAM FOR Til H LUNGS,
. FOR THE CURE OF
Cwomptiain. Declinr., Asthma, Bronchitis,
aslinp- of tho Hrsh. Nwlii .Sweat",
Spittinir of Blood, Whortpitig Cough,
Dllliculty of Kreathitip;, Cold,
Cough. Influenza, FlitliiiWj
Pain in the Side, nnr! nil
Discuses of the Ch ei t
it n (I L n n a .
10 . 0 0 0 DOLLARS REWARD
t8 OPFEKND rOR A nBTTEB BECStrT.
It contains no Opium, Calomel, orMtneruf
And is Safe for the moat delicate Child!
It it estimated that l.'O.OtlO persons die Annual
Win the V nited States with consumption, and
Yrofessof Eherlysavs that a VBSt number of these
omild be saVed By the timely nse of soma prompt
DR. HALL'S fVvt.PAM strikes at the Root of
I the Disease at once, and such Is its speedy effect,
1 .U... .. I !. I 1.. ., ' !
iiihi anv un lining k i reeiy according 10 directions
for it or 4 hours, nnd not entirely satisfied with
its merits may return it and rereiveback hit mon
ey. MONEY WILL HE CRF.FlLLY liE
FUNDED Tho most distressing cough is fre
quently relieved by a single dose, and broken up
in a few hours' lime. The allVcted do not have
to take bottle a'ter bottle before they find wheth
er this remedy will stTord relief or not.
Call on the agent and get a pamphlet gratis.
THE TREATISE on CONSUMPTION alone
is worth more than the price of this inedii.'ine.
You will find certificates of THYS1CIAN3 In
Cin'-innai, aud of others whose cures have been
effected here at home, where they can be foind
The publin have been imposed upon bv reme
dies, recommended by certilToatea which have al
ways oi iginated from some unknown source.
V e blieve that a Jlrtliriar. ;oe.tm real merit
will elTi-cl cures wherever it is used, st home as
well us abroad. This is nn Paregoric preparation,
hut one which if nsed in season will save the lives
of thousands; and persons may make. Outbargain
vim ngcnls Irom whom Ihey purchase, that in ev-
erv case where It Is Used freely according to direc
tions, ana entire sntislnction is not given in 4 or
4 hours, they can retti'ii the medicine, and their
UOi hi iritt 6r rlietrjully refunded.
V fish and Consider.
DR. HALL'S HALS A Mis no Parenorie
preparation, but a Medicine WHICH
MA KES C URES at home, tchere the
parties can be found.
Tilt) (Jrcut Cough niut Consumptive
READER! have you
a Coutli which you are
neglecting, under the
"ea that it is only acorn-
.a'iion cuiu, nun inai 11 win
,?Mion wear itKelf out?
Let a friend tell you, iu
all kindness, what will
soon be Ihe .obahle result.
In a short time, if you continue to neglect your
self, you will begin to feel a sense ef lightness and
oppression Ucross the chest, accompanied with fre
qllent sharp darling pnins. Then a dry hacking
cough will set in, and when you raise anything il
will be a thick and yealowish, or White frothy mat
ter, streakedi perhaps, Willi blood. If yob still lake
no medicine, IheSe unpleasant Symptoms will in
crease, and you will soon eave a hectic fever, pold
chills, night swiats, copious expectoration, and
then great prostration. II yon still neglect your
self, a few weeks or months will s'-e you consigned
to the grave, leaving your friends 10 mourn how
rapidly consumption did its work, and hurried you
away. Friend, have you no cause to be alarmed I
In the above sketch, you may see, as in a glass,
how every case of (.''onsuiiiption progresses, with
more or less rapidity, to a fatal termination. Of
all the thousands and millions Whom this great
Destroyer has gathered lo the tomb, every single
case began with a cold. If this hdd been attended
to, all might have been well: but being negb-cted,
under the fatal delusion that il would 'wear itsell
oil',' it transferred its deadly nstinn to the subs!anrc
ol the lungs, exciting there the formation oftubee
cles. Another, and anotbel cold added fuel to the
flame, until these tubercles began lo Soften and
supontrale, leaving by their ulceration, great cavi
ties in the lungs. At this crisis, the disease is very
difficult to cure, and oftentimes seta at defiance ail
In the latter or worst stage, this medicine will
oftentimes arrest the disease, or cueck its progress
and will always make the patient more comfortable
and prolong his life, and it is therefore rt-orthy of a
trial; hut in its incipient or former periods, Con
sumption is as cursh'e as anv other disease, and
DIV. HALL'S BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS,
if taken i.t this time, will cure it 0"AS SURELY
AS IT I TAKEN! yfl 1'hie ia strong language,
but we can refer you lo numberless living witness
es to prove that It is true! And tberefoie, we ear
nestly exhhrt every man, woirian and child, who
has a rough, or is subject to oolds, to keep the
medicine by you iu the house, and whenever you
take cold, do not 'let it alone' to work mischief in
your system, but eradicate it thoroughly, and al
once, by this powerfully healing compound; and
leave your lungs uninjured, to carry you iul'ull vigor
10 a goua uiu age;
1 KSTIMON Y OF A Til YSIC'IAN.
Jlrssrs. Raker & Co, .
Dkr Sins I lie public generally a" fiillv
aware of Ihe thoueaiids of remidies for Uiseased
Lungb, ander the titles of Saisaparillas, Pills, Plas
ters, Liniments, Ac. that are daiiy brought ,0
their uoiice through Ihe newspapers; hv wiv of
advertisements. My object iu writing this time
for publication, is li induce ihe piiblic, or at Uast
those who are afllicled (il they will use patent
medicines), to use one thai contains articieanl real
use 111 riilmonaru Diseases. I am conscious thai
iu so doing, I am acting most unprofessional.)', and
derogatory to Ihe interest, of medical science and
the regular practitioners of medicine.
The Medicine to which I reler is -'Dfl. HALL'S
BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS." I have pre
cnbed it in a large number of cases, aud always
mm turrets, une case 111 particular, to winch
wish now 10 refer, was jgicen ui bv several phvsi
cians who bad been railed in consultation with
myself. The patient had all Ihe s iniitoms ol
confirmed consumption, such a ('old N .ght Sueals
llclio fever, Harrassmg CoUgh, wild conliuiierl
pain ill Ihe Lohe of the right lu;ig, attended Willi
severe Diarrhea! He (onimeneed immediately
to get belter by the use of Ihe upnve named med
ioine, and was soon reMorcd lo bis usual health!
1 liuve aleo found Dr. Hall's lialiaiii the most
valuable Expectorant tor breaking up distressing
Cough anil Colds thai I have ever need,
W. D. WIUGH l M. D.
MORE PiIYSKIWS' TCSTWOM!
We Ihe undersigned, Physiraliia ol Cincinnati,
certify thai Dr. Wright's slaleiiienta Hr eniltied
to the fu li as confidence of Ihe public, and we can
fllllv coi roborale what ha has s.iid, having used
DR. HALL, S BALAAM iu a uaiuberul cases,
with tha happiest elfe Hs!
J S. IAWON. M. D.
WM. C. SMITH, M. I).
J. I. JOHNSON, M. D.
Tho Genuine signed, O. R. BAKER A CO.
For sale hv,
STE1MI. BUCKLAND & CO.
Fremuul, .March 13, H5
A T SHREN'K'ii grocery, opposite Buokland'a
Fremont .March Id, 'S3.
The co-paitriersliip heretofore existing betwern
tne snnacriDars, is Una day by mutual consent dis
solved. O. A. ROBERTS.
It. W. 11. McLELLAN.
McLellafl and McGee will settle I lie acrbuuls
Ihe late firm of Roberts A McLellan, and will oar
ry on the business in all its branches at the
siand. McLELLAN & McGEE,
Fremont, March 19, IM53.
TJRAYER BOOKS and Church Service
A opleodidassorlmenl, fren. 3 le to Jet, at
BUCKLAND & CO'S.
Illnrk and Colored Milk;
A LARGE assortment, of both rich and low
I Lnrired goods. Ladies in want of a Silk Dress
will find the best assortment at Ihe lowest nieiusl
let McLrfUrf A MtG'.
Dr. Jirott'l I ihpr ovrd Etlrhtlf
1 llw Dock and Sursapxrlila. .
The original and only genliilie preparation for th
permanent cure of consumption and disenses of
th Lit rigs when they are supported tabs afleoleil
by the 10 free use of Mercury, Iron, Quinine, cVb
Let all whs wish to ptirge the blood from impar
ities, and, prepare ihe system lo rsisl epidemics
resort to "Gnyeott1 Ex'traci of Yellow i'ofck and
Saissparilhi," which is proving ilaelf an antidote
fer many of the most ma!ign)it disease Ihttt flesh
ia heir to, and they whl never he disappointed ; for
in this remedy the pnhlin faith has Hevrr Vavered
nevercao waver; fori! I founded on experienc-i
They Ay from the mineral nostrums to seek hnpff
life and vigor from this purely Vegetable Remedy;
however broken down in health and spirit, ho,
ever loathsome to himself and others, let no on1
despairof recovery; let the patient only anderstaaii
that his hope of physical restoration lies only irt
Guvsolt's Lxtract of Yellow Dock anil Saraanaf-
ilia," and persuade him, for his life's sake, lo tii
it, and we have no hesitation in predicting hot
speedy restoration 10 health.
a q q q q b q q q q
The following case of lie lie la h lluvhis is one!
of the most aatonishing on recofd. After forty
years' sickness, two yeara' excruciating tbrtlirei
Ihe amputation of one leg, and the body and limbs'
almost a mass of eating, putrifving, d lecharnug nit
cers. to he cured by eight hollies of Guyeutt's Ex'
tract 01 1 allow Liock aud Sarsaparilla, ia almost
MAD TUX cr.RTrFICSTK.
Tallnpoosa Co. , Ala , Jan. 2, 1853'
Dr. CctsoTt Dear Sir: I send voothistd
cerlily lo you that yoor Extract of Yellow Dee
and Sareaparilla has performed One Of tho most
wonderful cures on ma that has ever been effected
i have been afflicted for forty rears svilh irrtips
lions on my legs aud fret; iu 1844 the cot an bar)
thnt 1 had to go onsciulchea, and in 1849 I he'd One
leg amputated above the knee. In abcut 9 month
alter my other leg broke out in large e.tting and
running sores fiom my knee to my foot, and dis
charged much offensive matter. Wv groin ald
broke out in large biles,whlch much offensive met
ier, and at the same lime my left hand broke out
in large running sores nearly to my elbow.
The misery that 1 havesulf, red Ibr the last twd
years I cannot describe to you. I waa in snob ag
ony that 1 never rested day nor night. I was gin
en hp th die, and by the heip of God 1 had mads!
preparation for death, and had pointed ont t mr
family the place whereto bury my remains.
In October last my son brnngbt me one ofrnur'
bottle-wrappers; I read it, and found record of some
wonderful cures performed by your "Extract of
Yellow Dock and !arsaparilla." I sent aud got
two bottles of it, and commeaced taking it. lit
two weeks, to my great astonislimeati trly sores
all become easy, and 1 could aleep all night, a
thing I had not done for two years. When 1 had
taken six bottles, my sores had nearly all healed.
My sores got well as if by enchailtmer.tt I hsvn
now used in all eight bottles of your ' extract of
Dock and t'arsaparilla," and 1 now consider my
seif well. 1 am at a loss for terms to Set forth ma
worth of this medicine, or to eqpresa my gratitude
ler what it has done for me. I most call It ihe ti'
vior of man from miserp while living Oh earth.
1 entreat all of the afflicted to try this medicine1!
for 1 believe it will cure any known disease in the
the world. Lay aside all prejudice and juet trV it,
and proclaim ila great worth lo aufjeriag mankind
and entreat them to take it, for it will euro them.
Mr Case (a weil known irt a lafg portion of
Soil ill Carolina, Georgia and Alahdma, dud if ant
should doubt the sbove cure, I invite them to cail
on me. and i will show them the soars. 1 eat hsl
found in I alluposa Co., Ala., one mile from Kid'
Ferry. BENEJAII HUGHES.
q q q q .
Scrofnula, Syphilis, MVricUrlal cbmptaltils, Ctfrircf
l.angrcre, Rheumatism and a vast variety irt 01I1
er daagroeable and dangerous disease are
speedily aud perfectly cured by th ee uf thi
Dadeville, Ala.t Way 2i. ISSli
Messrs. PpoVIIIo A. Headt-e-Thia i to MSrdfv
that about the first of February last, 1 was affliriteit
with 'hree or four painful eorei 6n nnd about the
face, some of them as large as a quarter of a dol
lar; they assumed the appearance of cancers, and
I was fearful they would terminate in cancers.
Annul three weeks since 1 rommeuced takfng
Doctor Guysotl's Extract of Yellow Dock and
Sarauparilla, and found immediatarelief from ns
use. 1 have not taken quite two bottles, and Hie'
sores on my face are all healed lip; and those on
my fac e are nearly so: and I truly believe they vllt
be entirely well in a few da.ts.
I theerluMy recommend this medicine to persfitts
afllicled with any kind of eruptions or Cancerous
sores. My general health ia msch improved by
the use of the medicine.
Respectfully. R1CAARD B. BERK.
O" Trice 1 per bottle nix holtles for $A.
Sold by J. I). PARK, Cineiuiiati, Ti.
North east comer of Fourth and Walnut tin rti'
trance on Walnut to whom all ordrra must b
Sold in Fremont bv S. Bt'CKLAN D A, C.
And by Wheldnn A. Rhodes, SapildHky cn : ii
tlutcliias A Son, B,llevtie; W; C. Baker. Ca.tui
ia; W. Bradner, Mill Grove; Charles Power",
Woodvill; Foster e A Son, Rome; Hamilinri A
Mr.Cartuey, Republic; and 1. L. John, TlfhiW
Fremont, January 13, '53 ly
McLollan k McGee,-
Recfritly of Massachussetf, '
TI AVISO tnicpn the Store of S. hiechnf'i
Ee1.,eppe8ite the flank, which has beeil (iiiVr
ougbly repaired, are now opening a
Large arid Well Selected Stock of &.i mid'
"EJISHCL-ES- T3 iattE-i Hlii'jW
Carpeting, Floor Cloths,, Paper Hanginga. jL'rni k
eey an'd Glass-ware, Lookifig Gleee;
Hiitnj Cl, Itrtotnurl liov.. A i
Togelher avilh a choice at-sortmenl of
To whioh 11 reepertfolly Invite the HtUwtion ut
the iuli.thitaiit, ol Fremont and vicinity
11 offering Ihe above riaiurd Goods 10 tl'e pii',-'
lie, we claim that Ihe experience of maiiy1 'i is ia
four buaiiiess borrihin'eil a ith tha superior adVaiii
ageswe post to nroejire Good, will feeder it' alike
desirable and advanisgeons fur all to';iiiW oar
UooOs ami t rices heinre making fhetr i'al'IPai."
chases, wliich at all limes will he feoad lol lo
nd iliiifofin. We hone to be iMn nll'er h
in tlnce trie nie to purohasers as' wift secute lit we
share of patrona;e.
Ths attention oftbn Ladies il resHeef(it(v .-
licited to the examination of qhr Slo k of Ne
llooit,, rniisiiling ifi psft of Black wlifl C lore.)
Nilks, rich, all wool De Lainee, Urocau'e and Plain
Poplins, Persiau and Lama Cloths, tneeilier vi'h
a great variety of low-priced Triuls and ('lain e
., Aeso .
KrrtiTos, Alpsecss, i.yoiieese Clolhths. Fng i-ii
and American Prints and Ginghams, with all ti a
Various kinds of Fancy and Staple lifers Oo'ti
which the. mnrket sfliyda, .
HOUSE FURI SUING GOODS' ...
Those In wen! of Goods it this line willfl.i.l n
food aasorlmeut of Carpeting, Wlodnw liail.-a.
iookihg glosses, Paper Hangings; Tea teil, ,
Knives apd Forks, Glees Ware, ipo6iii,Klferlin,
Ticks, Quilts, Ac. .
Our stock of CAn PnTlNfJ consists of a-f..i-er
variety of pattern sod a much larguf i--uri-Hie
if I than was ever before offered in Una vicinity. .
Rich Silar Ldmps nnd Glrtindote,
with a variety ef other kinds of Lamps, for Oil ami
Fluid, all of which we .are prepared i offer si h '
lowest prioe. McLELLAN A MeOEIv.
Althe New Ktoraopposite the Bek.
Cj W ELDS 'a ad t'utebnrt blrer at