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A Xivr Tu a us itf Commeiicb. Tho Go
noa eorrsspondent of IliQ Newark Daily Ad'
vertiser, whom wo suppose it no indiscretion
lo designate as our worthy Charge at Turin,
communicates in his Inst an important piece
of nnwa. Tho line of steamers, so long talk
ed of between Genoa and New York, is at
length secured by a contract between tho
Sardinian Government and the Trans-Atlanta
Company. The charter is to extend
twenty vears, and tho capital of the Compa
ny is $2,000,000.
They plodge themselves lo run two lines
of monthly steamors, one between Genoa and
New York, and the other between Monte
video and New Yotk. In return, the Gov
ernment guarantees to each lino a sum, e
qual to $0,000 per voyage for carrying tbo
mails, besides other important privileges.
The ships must bo at least of 1,600 tons ana
250 horse power.
. The Government required the subscription
of a sufficient amount to secure the building
of tho vessel before the contract was signed.
Several large English houses took stock to tbo
amount of 1800,000.
We consider these items as tho most impor
tant piece of commercial and political news
we bava bad for many days. T. 1". Times
Our Stsasi Manns. No portion of the
trade of the United States have grown more
rapidly within a few years than that connect
ed with the steam marine. The total numb
er of steam vestels now employed on our
coast is 625, with a tonnage of 212,500, and
employing 11,770 men as officers and crew.
In the interior the number of steam vessels
is 765 with a tonnage of 204,725, and em
ploying 17,007 men. Our whole stenm ma
rine, therefore, amounts to 1,390 vessels with
tonnage of 471,220, manned by 20,377 men,
and carrying, besides freight, about 40,000,
009 strangers every year.
It appears that Louis Napoleon has once
more applied to the Austrian Government
for the remains of the Duke de Reichstadt.
His wish is that the remains of the Emperor
Napoleon and his son should be transported
at the same time to the Cathedral of St. Denis.
It is probable that this new request will
meet with the same fate ns its predecessors.
The Austrian Government has steadily re
fused to give up the body of the Duke de
Reichstadt, which lies amidst the rest of the
'imperial family of Austria in tho Church of
fit Augustine, at Vienna.
From the money article of Thursday's
lS'ew Yoik Tribune, wo extract the following
note of sales of railroad iron, which is worthy
"We notice sales of about ten thousand
tons of Rails within the last ten days at about
170 for immediate delivery, and (65 for future
The last deliveries of rails to the Ohio and
Pennsylvania Railroad, from the Great Wes
tern Iron Works, were made at $75 per ton.
Wherk do wi Stand ? Well that is the
great paramount question which, of all otheip,
we most desire lo see answered just now.
Wher do we stand ? Can anybody answer?
The Bible can. "The wicked stand on
slippery places." Cleveland lie raid,
Donald G. Mitchell, the nuthor of "Rev
cries of a Bachelor." was, a short lime since,
married to Msss Mahy F. Pmngae, of Charl
eston, S. C. Poor fellow. He will bare no
more reveries of that sort.
tiT A comet will make its appearance in
3866, whose period of revolution is three
Jiundred years. It was seen ' in -the rear,
.104, 89.2, 83, 1504, nnd tho last limo
.1550. It is remarkably .brilliant.
jCJTAbout eight liundred emigrants most
ly from Pennsylvania, bound to Illinois and
lowu, many of them in -waggons, passed
through .Wheeling last week.
'One million of ddl!are'hnvo been subscribed
by the city of Suvnnah for thu contemplated
.railroad betweon that place and -Pensacola,
.3Tlbe New Haven Charter Kleotion has
resulted in n whig triumph: majority on May
or 359. The whigs have 3 Aldermen, 17
'Councilmen, Sheritf, Coleolor., Treasurer and
Clerk; the Democrats one Alderman and
3TThe Cleveland, Painesvillo nnd Asht.v
bula Railroad Company have made a dividend
'Ol hvn per cent for the last six moatlm, ending.
July 1st, 18541.
The value of the sited caught in New-York
Jjay every season, is said to bo $800,000
No bills are in future to be placarded in
trans -wiuiout a vise from tue police.
Nearly all of the -eighty-four Italian eiles,
Sivl.i .... . : j . o : : i
8 UTr "i -vac oitu vjiuvKuiti, fjwve Dcen
The colossal statue of Napoleon is to he
erecieu a; me aarriere au Trone, in Tans
Eighty thousand franoes bave beeu spent fur
An EdmtmrrrTi nnvtnr crfnfM (Tin I an Amor.
, o-- r i -
lean as invented a machine which is to be
driven by fbe force of circumstances.
The early closing-on-Saturday-aflernoon
movement is beginning to find favor among
the merchants of Birmingham, Manchester
A greater number of ships were wrecked
last year than in any previous one. On the
British coast alone, ono thousand one hundred
vessels were lost.
A small matter, but one of value to farmers,
is contained in the following paragraph: "If
jou wisu to drive a cut nail into seasoned oak
timber, and not have it break or bend, just
lave a small quantity of oil near by, and dip
the nail before driving, and it will never fail
Within about a year eight steamships bave
been lost on the Pacific coast. These vessels
were valued at $1,600,000.
A hundred mill pirls, selected by an Amer
ican speculator in Gl
iiie Clyde, to commence a bow cotton mill at
xi ew i or.
"Moral Scotland" ! tha tUU r.t . ........
Chamber's Journal, from which we learn that
in lorty cities and towns in Scotland, every
one hundred and forty-nino of the population
nppott a dram shop, while it require nino
.hundred and eighty-one to keep a baker, one
thousand and sixty seven to support a butch
er, and two thousand two hundred and eightv
one to support a bookseller. "
Bbain and Digestion. The question
"Why printers did not succeed as well as
brewers ?" was thus answered : Because prin
ters work for the head, and brewers Tor the
tomach, and where twenty men have stom
ach es but one bas brains,
In Russia, without reckoning Poland, there
are one hundred and fifty six journals, of which
ne hundred, nnd too are in the national
JOT A gentleman of this city is getting up
a machina whereby ho expects to make boots
and shoes without thread or pegs. This is
oo hoax, incredible ns it may seem, and be is
sanguine of sucess. Ho says, moreover, that
the work produced will be more durable than
that made after the old fashioned way.
"I DIGEST!" uch is (lie true meaning of
tin word "Peprin," or of Ih two Greek word
from which it is dorivod. This it tha significant
and appropriate tills of tha 7Vtir Digettire Fluid,
or Gatlric Jmrt, prepared by Dr. J. 8. ffnighton,
of Philadelphia, from the lourtli Stomach of Ihe
Ox, for Ihe cure of Indication and Dytpepsi. ll
ia Nature's own remedy for an unhealthy Stom
ach, No arto f man oan equal ita curative power .
ll render (wood Eatinit perfectly ooniiatent with
Health . See the figure of the Ox, in another part
of thii paper.
On Thuradny I6lh inat., bv Rev. E. I.. Millie,
Mr. Damkl D. Aatriaud MiasNANci R. Fu.both
"Mow beaution look the blushing bride,
Arrayed inapotlesa white.
Still may she bask, whate'er betide,
lu life' unclouded light;
May life grow sweot and eweoter etill,
Each day new joy iinrart.
And hope in honied drop distill
Around her (mating heart."
Again, "in the courae of human event," it be
come our delectable duty to chronicle th union
of two kindred oul by the moat sacred anil holy
tie that can unite the heart of mortal. The
guid pro yuo, accompanying the notice, was duly
and properly attended to. It wee very nice, In
deed. We would a) in the language of a broth
er editor, "we assure Ihe happy couple and the
'rest of mankind' that nice cakea, however large,
are never 'omitted for want of room' to send
them along "
That heaven' choicest blesaings may attend the
young couple in all their goings, and prolong thoir
live to a fur distant day is our wish and prayer.
FREMONT PRICE CURRENT.
Flour per barrel
Corn per bushel
Oats per bushel
Butler per pound
Eggs per dozen
CheeBe per pound
Lord per pound
Salt per barroll
Hides per pound
Flaxseed per bushel....
Timothy seed porbu....
Clover seed per bu
Pork per barrell
Mams smoked per pound .
I'otntoes per bushel
Onions per bushel
Beeswax per pound
Tallow per pound
Staves Pipes per M
' Ilhd per M
' Bbl perM
...4 a 8
. ..17 00
Fremont and Indiana Rail Road.
THE Stockholders of the Fremont and Indiana
Rail Road company, are herebv notified to
meet at the Store of C. W. Foster and Son, in the
town or Home in neneca County and Slate of Ohio,
on tha I8lh day of July next, at 10 o'clock A. M.
lo elect seven dir eclors, and transact such other
business as they may deem expedient.
CHARLES W. FOSTER,
La Q. RAW SON.
JOHN R. PEASE,
Corporators of said Company.
Aome, Jane 17. 1853.
Notice is hereby given, that tho partnership
nereioiore exiting nrtwoen JA 91 Kti lJfc.111 and
PERRY HETH. in Ihe farming business, in Riley
lonnship. tinndusky County, Ohio, was d esolveil
by mutual consent, on tho 1st day of March, 18.33
JAMES Ml'.I IF,
Juno 18, I853-3t
IJASiniiuic jii:i:si:-a first r..t,
lllicle jua icceivid cud forealeat SHRENK'S
Freiiiont, May 11, '53.
May and June Appointments.
DtUJTOIl II. TITHBS. Analj-ticHl Phy
sician, will be in nttenriance at his rooms as
P' How: Fremont, Fremont Home, Wtdnewdny af
ternoon and Thursday, (ilh and 7 tit July; Nor
walk House, Monday and Tuesday, 4lli and 5lh
Those afflicted with chronic diseases on ttie Li
ver, Lungs, Kidney or Spleen, Inflanialioiis.
Rlieumnlism, Asthma, Shortness of Breath oi
Difficulty of BreaVhing. Dyspepsia, Dropsy, weak
ness or nervous Disabilities, Restlessness, Lossol
Appetite., Constipation. Peranirement or the Stntn.
ach, Bilious Affections, Gravel, Swelling, Cancer
in , . m .m ..
croiuia, Lucers impurnie ortne blood, orol anj
chronic or long alauding diseases are invited locall.
KO CH.tllOB FOR CONSULT ATfON.
Dr. T. deilher bleed nor blisters; nor is he
Homao pnthiet: he never uses Mercury. Arsenic.
Antimony, or any other mineral a a medical
agent; nor is ho a Thompsoiiian he neither
sieams nor give emetics. His theory ff disease
differs from alt others that have been adoytod, but
uu. ijioio eg n.a aoes ni
svstxm or TRCATxr.nr.
He doe not make tick to make well, nor tear
oowa io uuiia np again, nor allay nervous irrita
latiou, by patching up with anodyne.
We publish the following for the benefit f those
who believe like symptom can only be allayed for
ih time, not cured. Mr. B. remains hearty lo
Casi 15. This islo certify tliat for upwards
v. v jv.ia t iiava ueen suujeci io an ODSiinate
cough, ahortnes of breath, debility, and their at
tendant symptoms, which, a portion of the time,
entirely incapacitated ma for labor. Several phy
sicians of this city were , in turn, employed, but
without eradicating the disease. It was atone
lime calred Itiflaniationoftho Spina," at anoth
er "Scrofular affection of the Throat and Luugs;"
and lastly, after careful examination, one of my
physicinus asserted that "one lobe of the Lung and
Liver were diseased." Leaving physician, Pat
ent Medicine were taken, but with no better suc
cess than before. Last January, 1 placed myself
under th car of Dr. Tubbs. From that time 1
grew better, and continued lo improve until th
nbove symptom were wholly removed. At this
time I have no eougb, breathe freely, have a good
appetite, am alronir. anil nan
labor. Further particular of my past condition
and treatment, will be cheerfully given to any
niiv llioj VIIUUBO IO Call.
Fremont, June 4, 1853 I in
JOBBERS OF FOREIGN & DOMESTIC
Nn. JA Kl'DT Il:.n C...
(Two doors above Entrance of American Hotel,)
At Wholesale nnlv. Will n,.i:.i. M. v..l
Bills- Good stock ofSaddlerv Hard war on hand.
June, 4, '63 6m.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
ALSO ITIHS, LIFS HKALT1I INSURANCE AGENT.
Clyde, Sandusky County, Ohio.
TiAINTKn.ni .i.i. w:...i uuj
I . ; r"1" ihuuw onnc.1, wuu a
Isi g. lot of Ntw Btvl. Paper Hanging and
Bordering for sal Manni- & McGh'i
Pnlc of Ileal IVliitn by Order of
' Court. ;
John Clark )
Smith D. Baldwin, El at. )
BY virtue of a Decretal Order issued from th
oourt of Common Pleas of Sandusky, Ohio, to
me directed and delivered, 1 shall expose to pub
lic sale aa the law directs, at the door of Ihe court
house in Fremont, in said county, on Ihe SOih dny
of June, 1853, between the hours prescribed In
law, the following described land anil tenements,
Part of the west half of the went half of the
north-east quarter of section eighteen, tnwnjhip
four, range sixteen, containing twenty-nine acres:
also the east Inlf of the north east quarter, Srctiou
even . township four, range sixteen, containing
elghtr acres; also west half of the north-east quar
ter of section 7, township 4, mate sixteen contain
ing fcO acres; also the west half of Ihe south-weit
quarter of the north-west quarter of section aev
euteenf lownnhip four, range sixteen, containing
twenty acres, all In Sundusky county, Ohio
Levied on and taken a the property of Smith
1). Baldwin to satisfy a iecrelal order in favor of
John Clarke. ' C. EDGKRTON,
Special Mester in Chaucer-.
Fremont, April 21, 153 5w
JUST Received and for sale low, a large slock of
this HuperiorCuttlery direct from Ihe Manufac
tory, n. U. All kiixla warranted sxtiefrictory to
the purchaser. CAN FIELD &. MITCHELL
11 T M. I L, CHRIST'S celebrated
VV American It AZOIC. Siifferinir humanitv
have, in this splendid razor, a remedy for one of
me' deepest woes, no all ye lients and Uentlcs
mat wiul a r.uor to tnke the beard, and not
the flesh, had better call soon for there are but
a few more of the suine sort left ut the
il Ann-WAUK Store.
7mm Feet of window Glass 7 by 9, 8 by 10,
4 UUlOhy I:). 10 by 14, lObv 15, 9 by 13, 9 13,
10 by 16, It by 16, of Extra quality with (ash and
puny lor sale, low.
Hud wim Stori.
mm. m jiowjr
r PI1E undcrsignet! begs lenve once more to
niiiiuuiit,, iw in. vi.ioi,aw, , i nmiiii i .ii. ,
cinity, thnt he has just received and is now open
ing, a splendid assortment of
Consistingof Broad Cloths .Casaimere , Vest
ings, Sattiiidls, Tweeds, and also a large as ort
Huts nnd Cans, Hoot s and Sh oes, Susneu
ders, Cloves, Cravats, Shirts, Uudcr-Bhirts,
urawers, &nirt collars, and also
of every description and quality. The above ar
ticlea will be sold as sheen aa they can be bouirht
in any other establishment in this town, for CasA
or country produce. The public ere invited lo
call and examine my stock before purchasing
eisewnere, c i am Dound not lo Do
Undersold by Jew or Gentile!
Don't mistake the place! one door North of
J.I. Moss' more, where he may De found stall
reasonable hours ready to wait on customers.
April 14, '53. W. B. KRIDLER,
IP. C. DUE AW!
TT AS taken possession of his Factory, and intends
j. .no carry on me wooieu una Uotton iHauuiac
lory in all it various branches. He will inauu
fuctre on the shares or by the yard.
PRICES FOIl MAXITACTUREYG
PER YA II D.
Cnssiineres and Full cloths. 37J cts.
Twilled Blanketing, 31 els.
Liuaey 1$ ct.
Flannels i:, cts.
The chain for Satinets and Linsey will be Turn
shod at the nbove rnls.
He is nisi prepared lo do custom at the follow
ing reasonable prices:
To card rolls, 4 cts. per pound.
To full and dres: c'oth, 13 cts. per yunl.
To weave Linsey find chain 1? ct. per yard.
To full cloth 5" cts. per yard.
To full, color and dre cloth 18 cts. per yord.
To weave Satinet, find chain 15 cts. do
To woHve Sntmut, find chnin
full and dross, 23 cts. do
To weave Satinet, find chuin
and full, 20 ct. do
To weave Satinet, find ciirtin,
full, color and dress, 29 ct. do
Brfllville, May 9-lli. Irt.M.
DEALER in nOOTS.SillOES.HEADY
Martc C'lotliiiitf. lints, Cups mirt
ClotllS of every variety of AflyleHiid Qualily,
ill liuckland's Illock, Fremont, Ohio,
He lake this method to return thank to the
public for their liberal patronage, and hope, by a
close alteulion to their wants, to merit a couliuu
ance of the amne.
He has just received a mora extensive assort
ment than ever before, consisting in part of
Boots and Shoes!
of the Latest style. Hat and Cap of the same.
Every variety of
Broad Cloths, Cussiineres, Jeans, Linnens, and
every variety of Summer Cloths, Coat and Vest
Trimmings, Shoemaker Kit, Upper and Sole
YANKEE NOTIONS, v. do.
All of which ha been (elected with especial ref
erence lo tha wants of this community.
He also has in hi employ tha best workmen In
the county, both in Tailoring and Slioemakie.
Coat, Vests Pants, Bool and Shoe made ts or
der, and work will be warranted to fit and to an
Cash. Butter. Erirs. i&c. &n. received in .
change for goods.
rreinont, April 14, '53. C. D. HALL.
TUG Dwelling House formerly owned and oc
cupied by Mr. Andrew Morehouse, in the
Southern pari of the Town of Fremont, is for aula.
For particular inquire of Ihe subscriber on the
premise. W M. CAULD WELL, Jr.
Fremont, May 28, '53 3w
I i a a kreti
A T SIIRENK'3 grocery, opposite Buekland'
J. J. uric DIUUK.
1- reinont, March 10, '53.
RICE, Tobacco, Pepper, Tea, fcc, by the
quantity and at but a smell advance over sal
tern prices, at No. 1, Morris' Block, Toledo, O.
April, 9, 'S3. fim S. M. ASHLEY.
WARRANTY, Mortgage, and Quit Claim
TF yon are weary and fcot-sore, caused by wear
Inirfinnrlv m. IfnAla n U ..... .
f " V V WIIUH, UU'IJI I 'I 111 B
and be relieved of tha greatest of all evils Shoe
which lacerate your feet.
. i nave opened a shop ror th manufacture or
HOOTS AND SIIOT-St
On door Wet of J. F. R. Sabring'. Grocery,
where I can, at all time ba found, ready to do
Custom work on tli shsrlest notioe aud most re
Giv ma a nail aud whether thee thing.be
o or not. All work warniuted lo give satisfaction.
. .....v..,, mil, ii JJ -om V , PJLtLiAl' .
CORRECTED WEEKLY. TOLEDO.
NORWALK & CLEVELAND.
fT Tlf7 'JSB. !! 'f .-' -!;vUIJ,-..J'.XU.'.V"
Oil and after Moudar, May 16th, 1653, Pas
li nger Tr.iins will run duily, (duinl.iyn t-xcep-.vd,)
v " t -to o. Sr
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Accomodation Trains stop at all
Day Express stops only at Norwalk, Monroeville
liellevue, and rremont. IN ight l.xpress stops on
ly at Oberliu , Norwalk, Monroeville, liellevue and
Night Train will not stop at Townsend
Camden or Clyde, except to leave Passengers.
Connecting at Toledo directly with Train of
tne rvlicliienn southern lload to and Irom Chicago
and the West, and forming a line in connection
with Chicago and Hock Island Railroad and
Steamer on Illinois River, to St. Louis.
At Bellevue Willi Train of :MhH River and
Lake Erie Road for Sandusky City, Dayton, Cin
At Monroeville with Sandusky, Mansfield and
Newark Railroad, for Sandusky City, Shelby Junc
tion, Columbus, Newark aud Zansville.
At Grafton with Cleveland, Columbus and Cin
cinnati Road, for Cleveland, Shelby Juuction, Co
lumbus and Cincinnati.
At Cleveland with I,r,Ke Shore Road, vie Dun
kirk, for Ne w vi;, . Buffalo, for New York,Albauy,
also for Westera Road and Boston.
With Cleveland and I'iltslinrs Road, for Pi'lsbnrj,
Wheeling, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washing
Freight forwarded promptly, nt fair rates.
E. B. PHILLIPS, Sup't.
Sup't's OiTire . T. N. & C. R. R.
Norwalk May 1G, 1653. J
ARRIVAL OF NEW GOODS !
Who Sells Cheapest in Fremont?
THIS quesliou so often asked by the purchas
ing Public, we will not presumn to answer.
But would say that we have just received u New
and Select Slock of
For the Spring and Summer Trade, which it is our
intention to soil at such price a will at onca con
vince every one, after a thorough examination,
thnt we are selling goods extremely low.
As it is our determination to c'usc out our entire
slock during the coming season, we flutter our
selves, that we shall be able to contribute "Mate
rial A'd" to all thess who are disposed lo buy
Our stock consists of a gieat variety of Fashion
able Dress Goods; such a
De Lai lie, Berage, Ginghams,
Prints, Lawns, &c, &c.
Cashmere Shawl, Crape, Black Silks,
Print Cashmere, Print Da Laities, &c.
Black Silk Mantilla,
tkaw Good, Kibbons.-Ac.
A Good assortment of Summer Stuffs, Browa
and Bleached Sheetings, Drilling, Ticking, Slo.
Selling at present New York Prices.
McLELLAN & McGEE.
Fremont, April 30, 1853.
P. B. BEERY Ac UKO ,
Dealer in the Latest Importation of Staple and
FANCY DRY GOODS, LADIES DRESS
Good, Shawl. Bonnet, Boots, Shoes, Hat,
Cap, Carpet, Grooeries, Crockery, Looking
Glasses, Ac, Ac For Cash
CLYDE. OHIO. 15
P. B. BEEKV. KDWAItU BEERY.
PT.lfl nlr Smith. nrt
THE subscriber having purchased the properly
forniHrlv ntwiiMi hv Mr Rull n u M
ler'a Tavern, has commenced Illackmitll
IHKf ana solicits a liberal share ol publio patron
age. He intend lo work low for ready pay.
Please give him a call, and he will try to give
satisfaction, both iu work aud price.
Frinont, May 3, '63. J. F. HULTS.
rremont nnd Indiana Rati Road.
NOTICE la hereby given, thai books will be
opened for receiving aubscriplion to the
Capital Slock of the Fremont and Indiana Rail
Road Company, at the following time aud place,
lo wit: At tha Court Houee in the town of Fre
mont in Sandusky county on the fifteenth day of
June next; and at the Store of Charles W. Foster
& Son, iu the town of Roma in Seneca county,
on the lClh day of June nexlt aud at lha Conn
House in the town of Finley on lha 17th day of
June next,- and at tha Court Hous in lha towa
of Lima iu Allen county on lha I8th day of June
CllAS. W. FOSTER,
La. Q. KAWSON,
JOHN R. PEASE.
Roma, April 30, 'S3.
M e m g 8? v d !
WE HAVE removed our 8 tor to Sharp i
Hhonioe's New Brick Blook, wher w ar
opening out a
LA11GER STOCK, OREATKR VARIETY
nnd Goods of belter quality, than herloforo offered
in this market, purchased in Now York with caih
which we now respectfully Invite Ilia citizen o
Sandusky, and the adjoining counties, to call and
examine. 1'he attention of the Laiiies i especial
ly directed to our greut variety of
Magnificent Dress Goods
Hillts , Saline, Paris de Crape, Silk Grenadine,
Pilk Alboniea, uew style printed Berage, Chen!
Bereer, a large lot of French, English and Ameri
can Lawn, euperior to anything in Uie market.-
Bernge de I. nines of the newest styles and most de
sirable pattern. A superior assortment of French
and ol'.: Ginghat" the most beautiful puttcrn.
Mohairs, Poplins, plain figured and changeable
Atpnrcas;nlsn, superior Black 5ilk Luiitre Alpacca
A large and general assortment of
m m siL. w mt
Crape, Borage, Ti'ubet, Slradilla, and Silk
Shawls, splendid pattern, and th ladies cannot
fail to be sirled.
The gentlemen will find a good assortment of
Broad-cloths, C'aisimeres, Sattinett, Jeans,
Sic, of (lie finest quality, w hich will be sold cheap.
HE A D Y-2JA DE CL 0 THING.
Coats, Pants, Vest, of every vari.-ty, from the
finest broad-cloth to the cheapest fabric, w hich can
end will be sold cheaper than can be afford jd iu any
other store any where.
ROOTS A; SIIOF.S, HATS Ac CAPS.
'u 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 Ih
best and latest patterns. Call and See.
A large variety of Swiss Musliur and Jackonets,
French worked goods, Bonnet Ribbons, Parasols,
Glove, Hoiserv, Embroidered Swiss, Calicoes,
Chintz, Muslin, Bed licks, Flannels, ccc, iic.,of
Coffee, Sugars, Teas, Spice, Pepper, Melusses
Tobacco, aud nearly every article in Ihut line of
the best qualities.
As above remarked, all my good are new, and
will be eold at on a frick. So give us a cull. Per
formance every day except Sundays. Door open at
hnlf print 5 A. M. Performance to begin at 6. Ad
mission free, children half price. No postponement
on account of the weather. Never wae there such
au opportunity sinus the das of Soloinan lo gratify
the eyes and mind with so little expense.
As for prices, "there's no use talkine." We acll
so low we are afraid folk may think we stenl our
goods! Hut don't be uTraid, friends come all, and
you shall see what you shall nee. Give us a call,
itud we will suit you to any thing lu our line.
Fremont, April 30, lriS3-
ICT Be sure lo recollect the place, one doorsouth
of Canfield St Mitchell's Hardware Store.
NAILS, Sash, Glass and Putty, lurge tstock
for the Spr ng trade, otlho
FROM the subscriber about the 10th inst, a year
ling colt, large for its age, dark brown c'oior;
no marks or brands perceivable.
Any person returning aaid coll to the William
Tell Hoove, in Fremont, will be liberally reward
ed. MARTIN ZE1GLLR.
Fremonl, KlajiH, 'S3. 3w
Epilepsy or Fits!
LKWIS & FLETCHER'S Vegetable Com
pound, for the -cure of Epilep,)- or Fits a re
cently discovered invaluable medicine purely
Vegetable, for the cure tins truly dreadful disease
just received und for Sale by
J. F. WOOSTER, Druggist.
Fremont, April 30, '53. ly
C:8t Steel Plows ManufdCtur-d by A.
Peacock, Cincinnati. Warranted In give sat
isfacliun nnd to he tho mo.st pei feet artii-le of ihe
kind in use. For Sale at tho Hardware Sl-orc.
Juhn Rii.-hs Iron beam plow, Smith's Cnst Steel
Plow, GibVi'a Patent Iron plow; Cultivator and
Cullivulor teeth, at the iliiirjwAKK Stotb.
James M. Ashley!
WHOLESALE dealer in Drugs, Points, Oils,
stufl's, Glass and Glassware, L imps, Gro
ceries, Pure Wine and Liquor for Medidnes,
Perfumery and fancy article &c, No. 1, Morris'
Block, Toledo, Ohio.
All orders promptly attended to.
April 9, li53. 1 y
NOTICE i hereby given that Peter Niukles has
l,n hiiiimiiI. .nit mi.llfl.l... . ...
- " -t-'.... a.,u .jHaiiucu n, Biiiiiiitt.ii muf
of the estate of Jacob Venn a, late of Sandusky
May U, 1853 3w.
lilt USUES ! BR USEES !
AI.AItGU ASSORTMENT of Paint,
Varnish, Scrubbing, White-wash, Counter,
umuaiug, iiutu,ai, uarr, i ooin anil iaii If rush
Oct. 25, '51.
"VRANGES, Lemons and Raisin just received
voy express, lor sale oy f. UUTJliJIEUTl ,
rTHEchoicesl Liquoraand Wiuesfor Medicina
I 1 UT 1 I e I
jl. .hu .u.i.iiauivaiiiiijftncriurittir ai
PRAYER BOOKS and Church Srvic.-A
Spler.didassort men t, 'from 31c to $3, at
BUCKLAND & CO'S.
3APER II A N G I N G S, a rood assortment,
. Spring Styles, selling off at low price
March 16, '53 McLELLAN & McGEE.
JUST RECEIVED by C. Lee &. Co'., fast
Freight Expressvia. Sandusky, onlu 30 day
f v v l . I.. J- l . , - . ., . J .
irum n.w iuis. b spieuuiu biock ol rtpring and
Summer Goods. Call and examine Goods and
Price. J. P. HAYNES & SON.
Ladies UrcuCoods-Black and Colored
Silks, Berage, Lawns, Cucheco, Prints, Ac.
Bonnets and IlibttOliS A larg assort
ment, fashionable and cheap at Hunks.
Book Muslins Chocheco Cambric, Bishop
Lawns, Laceatiings, Edgings, Ac. at
Boots lltld Shoes Ladie Gaiter and
Buskin, Geut Calf Boots, Gaiters. Ac. at
lit Ulld Oups Fishionabl Silk, Pana
ma aud L.eghoru ilali, U.l aud Cloth Caps at
Clothing A large stock of fashionable and
well made GarmeuU; also Shirts. Collar,
Neck Tie, See. at IUrsxa.
Cloths, Cusslmei-fs and Votings
Black, Hrnwu, Blue and (jreen Cloths, Black
aud Fanoy Cansimere, Satin and Silk Vesting, Ac.
' . HAtlttil.
rremont, April au, 33.
1 O'lhd New Orleans invar, last v,
J Oand best quality for al by tha Hhd. or
at No. I. Murrin' Block, tnl.iln. UK,.
. , ,
April 9, ld5J, 6 m j. M. ASHLEY
CARPENTER8 can find Hand saws, Draw
olv.teISqnarea,try8qnare,pleneiro, Hamiatrs,Natl Hatchet, ifcc.ofth bstqualit at
Cloud & Garvin!
DEALERS in Fancy and S(pl Dry Good,
Groceries, Queen' Wore, a large and splen
did nssrtinsnt : also Hirdwar, a good stock .
The attention of Ihe people of Saiulnrky count;
ll invited to our larg and well seltoted assort
IYip Spring CSoortnf
In offering our Goods lo the Puhlio, v ars co 1-
huent that a more varied nnd splendid atochcau
not b found in this part cl th Stats.
An eXHtni'tation of Ih f ocief , Omlitu and Pri
ces of our Coods cannot fail of satisfying th closest
buyer that tins is Hi' plsca to make their pu retinit
es. i a make no tllort lo iiumbui; the public by
holding out th Inducement that we sell "cirirxr
tlian Vie. rliraifit," and selling one or two li-sding
articles merely to 'bnif customers,' intending lo
make it np on other article. I lis puhlio may real
assured that we acll the moat desirable Coods, and
r ni form I y Low price uiul no lcvl
1'he Ladies will a'wava find at onr Htore the
77fi FINEST LOT OF SILKS in the town, and
u very choice
Assortment of Prom Jool!
Of the Lateet and most beautiful style.., such a
lierages, anil Herage U laines, Uinglinms, Mer
rimack aud French Prints, Mnelins. Cnnibric
nnd Laces of all kinds, Undersleeves, Cheuiiolts,
I'.mbroideries, Dress I riinmings, lovc, Hoiserv,
Kdeiiiga, HJkfs., Ribbon. 6tc, &c.
Aieo Broad Cloths, Cassimeres, Satinets. Veet
ingand a lurge nsaortiuenl of Spr'n; and Glim
mer Good for Gentieiueu's wear, ulway on hand
thringhont the season.
White crape, Silk, Brocha and other rich and
beautiful slylea tuny bofunnd here.
Irish Linens. Doublo Damask Table Cloths,
Druggela , Sheeting and Shirtings of all qualities
aud price constantly on hand. All kind of
Taken in exchange for Ood: also Produce in
exchange. CLOUD &. GARVIN.
FiOiig looked for come ut last!
S BUCKLAND &CO. have juet received per
Railroad, a very large addition lu their former
Large Stock of Wall and Curtain Paper, compris
ing about 1,1100 Rollo of W all Peper of every kind
aim quality, and any quantity of beautiful Border
to match. Come and he convinced that Buck
land' is the pi ice to buy Wall and Window pa
perseither in regard to price or slyle:
We have all our papers sampled, an that it i no
trouble to examine them; and we would be happy
to show them whether you want to buy or not, just
to show you how nice they arc, aud how cheap.
Don't forget the place
No. 3, liL'CLAND'S Block.
Fremonl, April 33, '53.
CllinCIl, HAYES CO.,
JVho'uale Dcakrt in
Strom (Boobs, roctrlcu,
UATS, ( APS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
Iron , Nails , Glass , Glass-Ware
And Pittsburg Manufactures in General.
.VerriJ' Block, No. 4, TOLEDO CITY.
April. 23, '53
HOES, Steel Spades, Iron Rakes, Shovels, gar
den trowels, Ac, at the IIakiiwaiiii Stokk.
Town Lots and Farms for Sale!
rjllIE following Lets aud Lands are for salo up-A-
on reasonable terms ns to price und credit.
0 Lots on the Turnpike, in Fremonl, adjoining
A. F. Van Dercook's Hotel.
2 Lola on Croghau street, opposite Doctor Brain
1 Lot, corner of Oliver and Garrison streela, ad.
joining Mr. Simpkins' residence.
1 Let ia Kant Town, opposite J. R. Pease's cor
ner. 20O Acres of laud, 22 ncre Improved 'in Wash
ington Township, on Ih Tui-npiko irear How
Lir!Hirir BUCKLAND & EVERETT.
June 17, IHS1,
SNniSXV B30K Bl.DERTf
THE Subscribers wonld respectfully announce
to tho riti2-ii of Sandusky Citv and viirinit
thnt HieX- have pucnmed tho liool. Bindery, form
erly carried On by C. L. Uerby & Co . and they
are now prepared lo execute any orders in that line
of business. They profess to' be pYarttcal work
men in every lirnuch perilling to Boek Binding..
Work eutrnslcd to their caro warranted to be well
and neatly done. Particular nttenlion paid to Bind
ing Periodical, Music, Newspapers, Mauaviines,
in a superb manner, either plain or extra gill. Old
Books of every description rebound. Having on
hand a superior stock f paper of every size and
quality they are prepared tu manufacture Blank
lioolts of every description ruled to nity patttrn
Paper ruled at prices lo suit the li'mes. Book
Bindery at the old aland nver the Bookstore oft.'.
L. Derby & Co ., Caswell Block.
June, 2G. ISS1 ly MILLER A KIES.
N. B Thosa having work of the above descrip
lion lo bo done, can lve it atthe Book anil Drug
Store of S. Buekland A Co. , who are our author
JVotice in i'artioii.
George B. Tvler, )
nloorri L.. I yler
John W. Tjler,
and Sarah" Scott:
WILL lake notice that a petition waa filed
against them on Ihe 5ih djy of Feb uarr, A.
D. 1803, in Ihe Court of Common Pl-nse of San
dusky county, and is uow pending, whurein Ralph
P. Buckluud, demands partition of th following
real estate, to wit:
Ttie South West quarter of aectiou number one,
I aud the louth east quarter of the north weal
e.iurlerxif the Srtino section in township number
four 4j, north of rouge nauibxr thirteen l3J.cou
tuiuiug together one hundred and ninely.liv ucre
Also, tract number one hundred and thirlv six
fl3I, of lands given for the Construction of lliu
Muiimee and Weeli-ru Rt-ervo Turnpike Roud,
containing one hundred auJ forty-shreo acrei
l!o, out lot number thirty neven 37, origiiwU
11 Knst Town , beit. now oui-lot; uumber Ufty-
ly in I'.asl 1 own , heing now out-lot number fifty
- .. I- .1.- . . . r I'
e.f-i, in iiiv umii oi rreinoni.
Also, in-lot number one hundred and seventy
eight 1178, and two hundred and one f 1 1 J in the
town of Fremont; til in Setntusky county aforesaid.
And that at the uexf term of s.iid court application
will be madn by id Ralph P. BucVlund, for au
order that partition tie made of said premise..
BL'CKLA.N I) &, EVER ETT,
, A Alii 's for Petitioner.
TV. 1 A AO. I. alt...
wmeu -i(irn, aj'jiu, wj,,,
D. B a r n h a ft , J r ,
Main St., a fete doors North, cf Second,
HAS just returned from Ihe East with a heavy
stock of Piano's, of the best manufacture, aud
of the highest tone aud fiuivh.
ALSO Bra und Stringed Instruments, Ih.
best in thit market. Theie iuslrumsula will b
sold on the most leasnub'e terms, and warranted,
lha proprietor will not ha ouldutte by any other
houf in Ilia Weit, this h desire every body
distinctly uudejttand. C.ll iu, and a"mlna'for
youraelve. A oar will alWat ba in readines
remov PUso to any point. '
acknowledged to ba tha be.l in Use. Thsy are
ftra proof und water-proof, nnd oan h had at pri
cea varying from AiU lo i00. Busincs men r
invited lo Call and examine them they will be
U. B. lis Opened a laige room In Tiffin O .for
tha.alo of PM.uo, Mayor Wm. !, A ,
where th. beat article can be had at th, Uwa.
Also, it Ubauoa, 0 A. tnciier, Arent. whtr.
A tivjf J iVa'Jlv , ui.s .... v
Wli dniro to inf.it in th cliirrns of tbis
am) iiiiglihorin roans, thnt w hv
jn.t opened a full Hoc h of Fancy aud If-juse keep
ixg Goods and trijfe'.fn'ly solicit thara of their
fit I1C 1" JoOl.-Ppir Madia Work and
Perfume Itoxes, Back Gammon Board, Watcri
Stands, Writing Oesks, See.
Also I Rosewood and Mahogany Roxjst, Writing
Peeks and Toilet Hoses, Terra Cotta war of all
kink. Parian Marble Stqtuai r, Watoh fttand.
Paper Oeighte, Spring Tea bll, Porcelain Ware,
Poite Mnunairaof evoiy variety. Ivory and Pearl
Paper Foldnis, Carved Cliessinsa, Klalioner),
'loi'ct Glse Shell Com', Bracelet, Silvsr
Card Baskst,Travling C ompauion, Pallor Ball,
Brujhes of ry description, A.O. -
IIOiMC-Keenln Arinlet. A full as
sortment of l'ixoii's tinrst PI.M'E, vit: Tea Ser
vtce, CaHor, Cuke Baskets, Knives, Forks, spoon
Ladlrs, Fruit knives, Nut Craekrr, Sic.
Britlaiii War nf every kind. Basket of every
character, itloiv ware inclusive or every thine.
Wooden Ware, from a Faucet to a Boot Jack.
Iron Were, such a Slsol Fire Sell, Scraper,
Ash Sifter. Soap Stone Uriddlt-s, Coffee lioart-r.
Smoothing Irons of new atyla, CotTea and BpUw
Grinder, Family Grind Stone, Porcelain Kettles
and Sauce Puns, Caul Scuttles, hrs and iron,)
Ojster Gridirons, etc " -
Also, Luke and Suger Box, Dish Cover and
Tuasl Kaclt, Apple Peeler. Vegetable Slicera,
Warinin; Pans, Sardine Opener, Lantern, Knot
Math, Knife Washers, to avoid washing handle;
Tvilel Soils, Water Poter Put, Slop aud Water
Pails, Uandelubra, Night and Nurse Lamps,
Swingiug do. Hull Lanterns, Towel Bland, Fw
llier Dusters, Wire Bird Cage, Foor an Hand
Brushes, Tin Wareofeveiy kind, Hobble flora.
Sleighs, Bed Cord, tfce. ,
Ml'SIO. Muoiral Iii.lrnmentsof all descrip
tions, viz: Guitars, Violins, Flue, Banjot, TRi
boriue, Clarionets, Flageolets, Aceordeona, Flu.
tins', and a complet assortment ef hlieel Music.
Pert II HIP r jr. We have quantity of genu
ine Lubin's Perluinei y, compriaiug Extracts' Co.
logua and Soaps, with cut glass Cologu Bottle
of beautiful pattern.
TOVS. Wholesale sad retail .
Iu ncidiiipu to tha above wa have an assortment
of ritiliug Alnintns, such a jointed
Poles, Lilies, Reels, Floats, Sinker, Ac.
W bog leavs to iuforin the jan.ir member of
(he community, thnt we have soma JUMPER!
for their especial benefit.
BOURNE fe TORRF.T.
S!tr.t:sat Citv, Feb. 5 lb, 1 853.
Ir. Gnysott's Improved Extract
Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla. .
The original und only genuine preparation for th.
permanent cure of eousumpliou and diseneof
the Lungs when they are supposed lobe affected
by the two free uaa of Mercury, Iron, Quiaint, eVo
Let all who wish to purge the blood from linpur
itias, and prep-rn (he system to resist epidemics,
resort to "Guysoti Em reel of Yellow Dock and
Sarsoparilln," wliich is proving itself an antidpta
fer many of the most mahguant diseases that 8esh
ia heir to. ad they will uever ba dissppaiutedi for
iu this remedy th public fuilh ha never wavered
never can waver: for it is founded on experianc
They fly from the mineral nostrum? to seek hope,
life ud vigor from thi purely Vegetable Remedy,
however broken down iu health and spirit. how
ever loathsome to himself and othees, let no oua
deertairof recovery; let the pntientonly anderrtand
that his hope of physical restoration lie. only Id
"Guyaett Extract of Yellow Dock and f-srsspar-ilia,"
aud persuade him, for his Ufa's aaks, to try
it, and we have no hesitation in predicting hi
speed; restoration to health.
a q q q q q q q q
The following cut- of Beliajah Hughe, i on
of tire mort nt'.onishiug on record. After forty
years1 eickues. two yar' oxcreciatiog torture,
ih amputation of one leg. aud tha body and limb
almost a inini of e ilis.t. pulrifying, discharging ul
cers. to be cured hy eiglil bottle of Guysutl's Ex
tract ol Yellow Dock aud Sarsaparilla, i. almost
ItrjkT) THE CEKTrFICATC .
Tallapoosa Co. , Ala , Jan. 2, ie5J
Pit. Guvutt Dear Sir: I .end youlhieto
certity lo you lliat your Extract of Yellow Dock
and Sarsaparilla hue performed one of tho most
wouderlul curt-, on me that has ever been effected
I have beea afflicted for forty year with irrup
tion on my lags und lee!; iu 184 j they got en bad
that I had lo oooiisc-ntclii-s, jd in 18491 had on
leg amputated above tlie knee. In about 9 months
utter my (After leg broke out in large euliug and
running core fiom my kneo to my foot, aud dis
charged nru'-h ollensive mutter. .My groin also
broke ontin large oilea.whicli much oSenaive mat
ter, and at the same lime mr left hand broke oat
in large rnanmg sore nearly'to tnv elbow.
The misery that I hdVsrafTi.'rd for the laal two
veais 1 raunirt describe to yon. I was In socli
ony that t never rested day nor night, i was giv.
ru up to dir, and by the hetp of God I had made
preparation for death, and had .pointed out ts my
family the place where lo bunr my remain.
Li October lavt my sou brnnjtit me oue of your
biiltle-iy rappers; I read it, aud found record of soma
wonderful cure performed by your "Extract ef
Yeliow Dock and Sarsaparilla. ''' I seutandgot
t0 bottles of it, and conimeacsd taking it., ia
two weeks, to my great as'enlshineat, toy sort
all become easy, an J I coald ateep ull night, a
thing I had not done for two year. Whoa 1 had
taken nil botl.t-s, my .ore had nearly utl healed.
My .ores got well a if hy enchantment. I have
now used in all -eight batilea of yonr "Extract cf
Dock and 1'ersapanlla," and I now consider n.v
self well. I am at a loss for term to eel forth the
worth of thi medicine, or to eqpres my gratitude
lor what it ha don for me. 1 must cull ilih Sa
vior of m.ni from miserp while living ou earth.
1 entreat all of the ::ffl:cted to try this medioin.
fir I hehev it will cure any known disease lu th
the world. Lay asidaall prejudice and just try it.
aud proclaim It great worth lo sufforia inankiud
and eutreal them to lake it, for it will euro them.
My case w well known in a larg portion of
South Carolina, Gturgia aud Alabama, and if any
should doubt th abov aura, i iuvil them U call
on me, and I a ill show them lit .car. I ean be
loo ml iu Tutlaposa Co., Ala., one mile from fttn
Ferry. BEN F.J All 11SJGI1FS.
n H h n
t -t 1 , -
ScrofUula, Syphilis, Mcricoriil complaints, Cancer
(.'augn-re, kheuniatisiu aud a vast variety of otlt
er d sagroeabl und dangerous diaee are
speedily and perfectly cured hy the use of thi
DaJevitle, Al., May 21 ,18iJ.
Messrs. Sceville it Head: Thia I to certify
that about the first of February U;t, I was afflicted
wilU lire or four psiuful sore ou and about th
face, some of them a largo as a quarter of a dol
lar; they assumed the appearance of cancer, and
I was fearful they would termiuate In eancer.
About three week inc I commenced taking
Doctor C'livsoll's Extract of Yellow Dock and
Sarsaparilla, and found immediate relief from ita
use. 1 have not lakau quite two bottles, and the
.ores on inr face are all healsd up; and tho on
my face are uearly so; and I truly belieae they will
ba entirely wall in a frw this. -
I cheerfully reooiomend thi medicine te ptrsoa.
afflicted with any kind of eraptions areaaceroua
sore. My general health i much improved by
the use of the medicine.
lUsp.cirully, R1CAARD B. Dl'RK.
m Price $1 per bottle sis bottle for $3.
Sold by , J. D, PARK, Ciuaiuuati, O. '
Vorib east coruer of lourtli and Waluul ts en
trance on Walnut lo Wlloot all orders must bl
tiold lu tVmoutby S. BUCKLAND & Ca.
Aud by Wheldoa uc "taudss, tsaudusky cilyt )
Hutchln. & Sou, llvu VV, Ct Baker, Caatali
li W. Bradnrr, Mill Grore; Charle Powers,
Weadviilj Foster a cV Sen. Romei Ha ini'ton x
MoCartuey, Republiei and I. L. Si. Johj., Tillia.
rrrmout, Jauuury 13, '53.Jy . , t
tjt W E E PS '. n i r it .I)uf Mr o a , .