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COLLEOE OF HEALTH
If . XSl Mail Street, Buffalo, if. Y,
DR. Ck O. VAUOIIN'S
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AIX OTEB TH1 WORLD,
ft km twwimc tW WMtM fmmAt 99 wA It
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tnr) tt1li imtul miwm. .M any n h kiti
lul irinpfM Ofoixr, ( an? cKmo krf UiHArliult
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APPLICATION OT TU KKtFS,
y mHW th trtM ft! lot th McmUtr, wMt How
nr. iNtlf t fit Main, n4 Ans.lf lo . in tlrudri
tPMa, WC iktttM jM Uitt rmnr in itwon, tn. ft rtorf
wrsj. Im Uhr Iff it at tuty Mat ! UlN iMftM fta!
t .Ttain.il tHr wtl) flic it a litir trill.
aH 4waaa nf vrtrmr rcawi ft lM 4litmfttf
i Vlnta, M MnU bIoiw t. n rnthm n.oW oaa ?! yon;
and tha uaraa taatiAaa ! will tNivuoa ww aian aftaptUMi f
' ak o( thit
11 ituntw h
DEBILITT OP THX ITiTXlf,
!)., vMkfWN afiha KMnart, fce., at InffnaJiamtlMi
4 mmm, iffitra(iiiftr rlwvJl hf a faw Any
a4M Ma, bm a car alwnra a fatal! at im aat.
A CERTAIN REKRDT
hf avail Minitlaiala, atii ala fat UraBgamauU of Iht frm!
" TRREOTTLARmXA, SUPPRESSIONS,
' anHtftil atKfMtriiaiian. Ha artirl ha nt bfi ftrtd luep
Uimi, which uauM tnarh thit krad of tlianfftita. It nvi
wJiit iiaon m a aura and afUoUvc rtBMHlfi and Ud ara Itw
fttuttlad M da aa, anald (Itb
A THOUSAND KASS
a ffaf itf cnrct la Ihil dnrtraaiini tam af cotatdnlntt. rVa
awiaiphUt. All hrokaHdown. iliiiHtald eonatiiutM.ia, Traai
t aJTtet a' airrnry. wiM Ami lha Iwactnf ow ai lht urtl
r.ta t ict inatadiaulr. Md Uw paiaanaiw aiiMrai cradieuLri
rrwva iha ai- tm.
fkm i ditiinct pfBfflritea which eampoaa th artiv1, mam.
last thaoiialvaa pariiculnrlr in ilia aiM')icRton of lha com
ImmiihI, for tha dotrnwinf vlnaa of complutnta winch hend
Urn pufujrraph. Ko cantBriaa Uiaia hw bean oicti in Uta
f (A al uropa(
CERTAIN BOTANICAL AGENT,
whMi In n di-eum ar darnnfmanta of lha tenia la frnma,
oMrnttant, difficult, pamtnl manatrnatioiia. Il , ha
(Ttlod b enr. Thi mot m indicmont to nvr Mtf, ami funnd
In Inn aoanutiaa, and aa n. mwhcmol pntrtr, lanU with,
vut aa ar,nal ; it for on of lha comtwnn'la in th triurn
Hon. which, a a whoia, M th fwat rmeilr r ivn to a
d4 agitated famrihr ; H ara, and tha cam will ba raatorail
hn1lh if iu t;a.
Fat tha nrtiar ol all frmpathatlti iaaw attn.1nnt ntt prar.
iMtwif It ailnrt Utoaa dwtrcn and p-vnTuI tronhtca which
o.tn aoawr bath u murried and iinmarrtMl f-muki, aiwl rr
r?TM thaaa panadloal abtuaetivna whioh arug from taking
r ml, Ata.
wv. htfjtmmmttmn fat I,nng, Coughs, oltsr emrit.
itrpg, jvif m mu, f xuiantf, ax.t lot ati uwa una a a
Mwllcina hMavar baoa lU ctiaal.
CANCERS, PETER SORES, 8CR0PULA,
SWBMJEP lOlttTS.IIARn TUMORS, and HIIXAt.
AV FKCTlONS this MtJicint hat and t cuniif th tccrnt
n; lt M anf aJlicM tA rtrmptntnts, r Any oUcr,
i rtt fry fedtem, a m earn trttf ckrtainlt r.
mil from it h0, (Ar in na Mcdtcme notr btfort thi
atvWd rta -(. CM an Agent and t a tnmpkiu.
FEVER AND AGUE.
Ta tba Grant Wcat aapaeiallr. and whartrar lam ona
ajlrimu rvvad, thia taadicina ia oftrrvd.
NO MINERAL AGENT,
net doWariena oorapaand U a part or thtt mistar. h anrat
xhtw dinin with oartaintr and caiaritir, and diea not laavt
n ) Mra torpid.
It ia atuda ol n
; ido(b t lona. and la ooralr a Vacotaltto P.pam-
twn, and haa notiitn; in it corapoftuon which enn in lha lut
jura wir panan acinar anr circumouiiHw wmitTH. r u
mtfi'a variibuntaaot' ttia higtiort mpaclubility ara pab'iahad
a tha paaapaiaw, which nvdwtnbatad inuattoaalr
m antjadfdM af a auat painful choraetef. to
and a car follow br a few day aac f thi nrtlcl : h k fni
fwlon any alhtr preparation for Uiit diwn, or it ouf aHhat
wilt ftwl tha iiliaratiTa propartiaa of thia tut it-la
PURIf 7 THX BLOOD,
aim) driva Hit: diaaaaa from th tratara. 8a pitmtihVt lot
lMrnaanr eara in all dtwaaat- whiuh tha liwiuot an nitvr
- inrtoant will not parmii ta bt nnmed fwf. Aaanu giva Uiain
vrnj ; thr nlw W (: ol rlilicuuM iM iHgh utwavbar,
aod a irucer
ul th virtues f tt fMidctm, Mm aipnr). Ii U nna tif th
umUa fautania mt JM aititl. thnt It N(M I'-ill. ! titni.lit in
t,ny i:nw, nud it bom aori niwll an lU to tmlut apum let liw
Miikvwutl ul UumriM ki'alHl
kid km takiitc tk tdivii aa Ian u Mam h M improva
CADTIOH THX PUBLIC
ftttaiaetaRltaibaraf artialca whiohitinie aat ailT tha haail
SAXSAFAJULLAS, SYKUPS, c,
a. ium (or Oiwm- Onral. be: TUtf ara final fat pwKnut,
am) oonuaclatl ta gull tha ai.warr t
TOUCH THEK KOT.
TlxW iaitia wt itiaunht of nnrtii nub ilunan tHI tint
a llula hail dona it. A inrticatal ituiij ol Ilia I'um'Ulet la
Aanta awl all k Im all lb artkil ara
6 LAD TO CIRCULATE
fratolloailr. Tat P hi 90 aa. Uotlla. i:t l t 12 o. ilo at
&tta- aavb tba tartar boUlincf or., mor than two nt:iM bou
lirh lk mt and not mii.fM' !. Kvari until baa
" ?aahn'i Varotubl Litboulntitic Miitara." blown upon
' th abu. tb anrta .ifnaluro ol' ' I!. O. Vnnhn " on tha
, .liMcuan. ami ' V. Vaafhn. Buffulo." ilmmped
arl Nona othor ara naina. Praunroil br lr. .. C.
Viiasba. aad aolil at tha I'nnoliial Office, !i07 Minn him.
HuHilSr, nlwhiiloanle and mail. No ntionuim rren to Utttara
iiilcai port uaia post paid lottort. or rorbal iwoimuutvauoal
viiiciunit ajrioe. nromntlr attM to, r:iln.
VVholoiiil Alaitu.Olcott, MuKoaMii Boumr. no. tjr.
Uai.lra Lain. Saw York Cltr i Mr.. K. Kul.Lr at Lo.. lino,
an ; t. 8. Honlill k Ca.. Clncinuuu ; J. Owaii at Co. . l.
Uult: Sean k Bur. Vhiuaxa; Knia k Uiill, Cfevelanil jR.
B Hollon, IMUbanh ; Winer it Stnii. Iljmlltoii. C W
tnd haaula b al' th re.uki.mbla lriu Uruaitlaial tw
.'uittU Httttoi and Caniula, and at remit by
S. Buclland 4 Co., Fremont.
Chnrle Powers, Woodville.
J. Hutcbint fe Son, Belkvue.
J. E. Fouke, Little Sandusky,
And by Druggist generally.
Fremont, Nov. 6th, 1852 ly
Hurrah for Close!
rpHE Subscriber ha the litisfaction of aaying
s ma manna, ana in puouc koi rrnnj, n.
ha inat eomoleted th nlargement of hie Grocery
Room, and has supplied it with oo of th largest
. and moat choice lot of
ever brought t thi market, consisting in part of
Coffees, Teas, Pepper, Spices, Rais-
!. Nnla. Preserves of Tarioui kind, Mackerel
Tclneos. Sesrar. and on thousand other arlicles
a.nattv ksint in snch es:abliaments.
II has also just received from th East, a
and ahoica lot of
JtrandU$, Wine, Gin, Whitly, Ale, Beer,
' Xr l.irh aaillbeeoM at verv low figures.
Thpublioar rapeetfilly invited to cat'
lamia hia goods ana) prices before purchasing
alMvhet, aa prfet aatisfaetioa can be given.
" rrewcBt. Eep. 25, 1853;
(Opposite Bucklnnd's Block.)
I nave jul got the New Brick Building
Aiehrd, and have pened it for the reception
new aad old customer), and intend to accommo
dat them ia a tyl, superior to any thing in
Iowa. I hev th rooms and th good to do
itri. and all 1 want I a chance; and I feel cenfi
that 1 ca picas lucb aa will favor me with
: Will be serve J ap at all bours, during th
sob, at reasonable price.
Ourinf th winter leason. Farmer eaa at
fiar t a oup of good Cnffe in tb Saloon.
tush a Cakaa, Pie, Creek-, Cb, Bologna
- always kept aa band.
Wine, Brandies, Gia, Whisky, Al and Cider,
irata tha Eaatara eits, of th best qualities,
t kt- band warranted pur.
. A larg aleak af Froan Candies, azpreasly
-ht far tb epaoing of th Bow rooms, will
..ld' a,s cheap a can b btaioed lfhr .
; English Walnuts, Filbert, Almonds and
Chawing and Smoking a flu lot of Cigars
v irion kinds, beaght ia Nw Yerk.
Molasses, Raiains, Mutche. Pipes, Soaps,
V, k, aad many rtiU to numaroa.
...ei.iio. ar a baud aad fb sal cheap.
mu4 rxauin for yoaimlvo.
" f-remout, D.. SO, '5a. M.A. 8HRF.NK,
T H POUTED GEREIAN PWCXES,
J .sedlont artiol, sI JJ ohaap, el i
Hav 16. 185i A. t'SDORf S.
i i J -- a, a-
fejtv ii i.illMMl;WlllW'llWIIWiIIIWI'fa
rr th rapltl Car f
f oi ens, COLDS, DOARSEMSS,
croup, asthjia, and
ManT vn of trill. Initrad of Impairitjff t It
public confldenc In this metlicine, hai won for it
an a)freclation ana Dolonelj- oy lar ejcr-etiing mi
nioM aunguiite opcctationi of H Inpnut. iolh
inf bnt ill ititrintio virluri and the nnmiatalixbli
benefit oonfcrrtd on thousand! of sufTcrora, could
ortKinala od maintain tit rrputntion it cnjiyi.
While many inferior rainedtea thrust upon the
community, rata failed and been diaccred, Inn
bn gainee friend ly eeety trial, conferred benefits
upon th afflicted they can never forget, and pro
duced curea oo odmeroui and ioo rematkabl to
be fnrjottf n.
W hill ia fraud on tin pob'ic to pretend lhat
anyone medicine will inttllibly cure enn mere
ia abundant proof that the CHcnnT P tCToaiL does
not only oe a general thing, but almost iuva riably
cure the nialrtliei lor which it ia employer.
Al time initios these fact wider and better
known, thil medicine has gradually become th
the beet reliance of the afflicted, from the log cab-
n of the American Teseant, to the ralacoe of Uu-
ropean Kings. Throughout this entire country,
in every elate, city, and indeed in almost every
hamlet It contain!, CHrRnT I'ictobal ia known
ai the best remedy extant for disease! of the
Throat and Lunge, and in many forein countriei,
it is coming lo be extensively used by their most
ntelligent pliyiicinne. In Ureal Unlain , r ranee
and Germany, where the medical science! have
reached their highest perfection, Lhkrht r ictor
l ia introduced, and in constant ue in the arm
iei, Hospital", Alms Houses, Public Instilutions,
and in domestic ptactice, as the surest remedy
their attendins can employ for th mere dangerous
affection! ol the lungs. Also in milder cases, and
for children it ia safe, pleaaant and effectual to
cure. In fact, some of the most nattering testi
monials we receive have been from parents who
havi round il emcacious in cases particularly inei
dental to childhood.
The Cherry Pectoral is manafactured bra
practiacl Chemist, and eaery ounce of it is under
his own eye, with invariable accuracy and care.
It ia sealed and protected by law from counterfeits,
consequently can be relied on as genuine without
We have endeavored her to furnish th com
munity with a medicine of such inli'-nic superior
ity and worth as should commend itself to theit
conhdece a Remedy at once aafi, r leedy and ef
fectual, which this has by repeated ' nd cduntless
trials proved ilsilf to be; and trust by great care
in preparing it with chemical tccurocy, of uniform
strength to affoad Physicians a new agent on which
Ihey aan raiy tou Hie best results, and the afflict,
ed with a remedy that will do for them all the
medicine can do.
Prepared and sold by James C- A f rc
rracucai cna Analytical t nemist,
S. BUCKLAND & AO.,
Sfl Only Agents for Fremont.
Important to those Afflicted!
IRS. STONE A: PATTEIISON,
WOULD inform the citizens of Clyde and vi
cinity that w have permanently located here.
for the purpose of Practicing Medicine: and by
our prompt alteiilion.and successful cures, wc hope
o gain a nuejai snare ol patronage.
1 o those mho have been amicted for vear, and
have tried every body, fas ihev sav.lwe would
all their attention to thia advertisement. We
on't pretend that all disease in ill stagei can be
cured, yet there is a curable Huge to all diseases
nd ajreai many can be cored after they have
been pronounced incurable by many; ami others
relieved ao as to tie comfortable and enjoy life.
is unnecessary eera to enumerate all the diseases
which flesh is heir lo, andpiant out the crable stage
of each , but call and we will I el I you , without any
charge, whether your particular case can be cured
Especial attention will be paid to Femalei who
have Diseases peculiar to themselves.
I.. C. STONE, M. D. J. PATTERSON, II. D
July 3", "5
Coluirlus Avaaue, Sandusky City, Ohio.
T A DIES' Shawls, Dresses, Bonnets, Ribons.
s i Hose, dec, colored and finished in a superior
manner. Also Oentlemena'C oats, Pants and Vests
ded and pressed in the best style. Faded Coats
restored to their former brilliancy. Brocha and
Marino Shawl, and Kid gloves beantifullv cleaned
July 17, lt!S ly F. R. OOMSTOCK.
THE BEST REMEDY EVER KNOWN
To man for Coughs, Asthma, Colds, Croup,
Urniichitis, Innusnza, Hleetling or th lounge,
Difficulty of brealhing. Liver Affections, Pain
weakneas of tha Breast or Side, Firat stages
In short, tin Balaam i peculailry adapted to
ery disease of th lungs and liver, which i pre
duced in our ever-varying climate.
8 8 q q q
Tieo Lives Saved by th us of only Three
Bottle of " Wislar't Buham of Wild
Mt. Ede. Kt., July 34, 1852.
Meer-rs. Harrotirt Howard A Co. Genie:
The Dr. Wialar' Balsam of Wild Cherry,"
I bought of you has been of such signal benefit
my lamily, thai I wish to make ita virtuea known
for the benefi1 of th public.
My wife took coldat th time of her eonfioemeul
which settled on her Lungs. Th physicians
nounced her disease consuplion. She had profuse
night sweat and had coughs; ins was given
for we pespaired of her recovery, and her child
took of her comblnint. She then commenced
ing "Wiatar's Balsam of Wild Cherry." and
bottle effected an sntir cur with ber and
1 hav no doubt that they would hav now
in their grave if they had not have used Wistar's
Balsam of Wild L berry I II H. ejLAtiwi
Beth R. Bearer, whoi eartihcales I above,
a man of a much veracity a any in this country
and a man of good jndgn ent, aud w placa.eulir
reliance on hi atatemenl.
HARCOURT. HOWARD A CO.
Thavanuin Wialar' Balaam of Wild Cham
ha a fae aimils of th signature of Henry Wiatir
M. D., Philadelphia, and "Sanford & Park" an
flnelv executed steel engraved wrapper. N a
can be genuine.
07 Price $ I per bottle aix bottle for $5.
Bold by J- O. Park, Cincinnati, O.
tVnrih aat corner of Fourth and Walnut sis
lean-son Walnut tret to whom all orders
anal be addressed. .' J.'
Bold in Fremoal by 8. BUCKLAND V Ca.
And by W. C. Baker, Caddie; J. Hutchiaa
Son, Bellevati W. Braner. Millgrove; Charles
Pewara, Wdvillt Foder Bon, Romoi Han.
ilton dr. McCarlay,Rpublie I. L. St. John,
So city.aal P. V. Bry & Bro., Or Crk.
Frmt, January 13, 'S3 If
AT Bhwak's rcary, eppq-jr HP!tlfi4!f BP
. ' nts'.
War with Cuba.
SCHWARTZENbFrG & TRYFOOS
HAS (lift p!iaur of announcing to lh citina
of Olrf Sanduaky, thnt Ihry huva on hsnd at
their well known (abliahmtnt, tho
Eagle Clothing Stove,
a magnificent and splendid slock of Ready-made
Olothing, embracing th latest styles of overceals
dress noals, pants, vestn, drawers,' Ac, which they
are offering al lower rates than any ratablishment
in Fremont dare sell. Their dock also rmbracri
a splendid assortment of
which they manufacture to order. Having employ
ed one oftha best Tailor's in Ohio, to supperin
tend the Cutting and Tailoring Department, they
they are confident they can please all who may call
upen thm. Let all old and young rich and pom
drop in, and we will give them
We have also t fine stuck of trunks, Cirpet
sacks, comforters and fancy goods.
U rt-oine on and all, and buv cood clothini
8CHW ARTEN fJERQ & TRYFOOS.
Fremnt Jan. 13, 1H53.
To No. 1, Sharp A. Slioinoe'e new Brick Biook,
urn of the Padlock and Blove, where we are now
are prepared to show our friend one of the beat
rranged and moat complete Hardware establish
ment! in Ohio.
AFTER a trial of two yean in the experiment
of building up an exclusive Hardware busi
ness in Fremont, it ha proved so far successful
and increased business compels us to take larger
rooms, where we can do business more to the con-
fort and convenience of both ourselves and cus
tomers. By directing our efforts entirety to this
branch, keeping a complete Hock, and doing bus
ness on the system of
Small Profits and fash Sales,
We have been enabled lo increase our stock and
reduce our prices. Our facilities for buying from
manufdeturer and Importers at lowest rales, ire
not to be surpassed. We will still continue to us
every effort to merit th patronage of our friends
and to malt it to the interest or many more to la
vor us with a call, by making the Fremont Hard
ware Store second to none in the State. Our pre
sent fine atore of three dories and cellar, is filleD
from top to bottom wilh our fall stock which com
prises a larger variety than we have ever offered
lo the public, consisting of tha following assort
American, English, and German Hardware
Cutlery, locka, latches, butts, iawi, pen and pock
et knives, knives and forks; scissors and shears;
lamps and candlesticks; snuffers; spoons; Yankee
Notions, Flat Irons, spades, shovels, forks, Axes,
cut tack brads, sparables,
Carpenter's tools and Planes ;Sbw, adzes, broad
axea, hammer, squares, bevels; rules, brace and
bits, augurs, chisels, bevels, &c.
Cooper's tools. Mason's trowels and hammer.
Blacksniitn's tools, Carriage makera tools and
trimmings, Millwright's tools, Mioemakers tools
and kit, baddle and Harness makers' tools and
trimmings, guns and gun trimming. Cabinet tools
and Irnnmiugs at greatly reduced prices, aud every
thing in the line of American Hardware.
A large assortment of files, knivea and ferks,
pocket knives, satva Anvils, Shears, scissors, die
German G'uns; Skates; Cutlery; braces, bite.
saws, &c, Iron and Nails; t.ham Pumps, class
aih and putty, paints and oils, cast pumps; lead
pipe, rifle barrels; steel springs anvils; vices, picks,
I he Hoys are prepared to do it up brown en
Stoves. Our assortment is the best and largest
ever bronchi to this town. All we ask is a look at
our stocks and prices. We hive fifteen patterns of
air-tight cook stoves, of the most approved plans.
Seneca Falls Regulator, Parlor Stoves mmle by
experienced workmen. Box doves and Parlor
stoves of all pattern!.
Tin AVare and Stove Pine.
Manufactured Eave Trough and Gutter made
lo order. Repairing done in best manner.
Remember the place, the new brick blook sign
of the Padlock and Stove, where you will hud the
lioy in Attendance.
CAN FIELD & MITCHELL,
Fremont, November 30, 185?.
Entered according lo an Act of Ccngre-s, in the
year 1851, by J. 8. HOUOHTO.V, M. D.
in the Clerk's Office of the District Court
for the Eaateru District of Pennsyl
vania. ANOTHER SflEXTIFIT WOXDER!
GREAT CURE FOR
Prepared from RENNET, or the fourth STOM
ACH OF THE OX, after directions of BAR
ON LIEBIG, Ihe great Physiological Chem
ist, by J. B. HOUGHTONi M. D., Philadel
"1 DIGEST." Such ia Ilia meaning of the
word PEPSIN. It i the chief element, or Great
Digestlug principle of th Gastric Jucice th sol
vent of tha Food, the Purifying. Preserving, and
stimulating Agent of the Stomach aud intestine!
Jt i extracted from Ihe IJigealiv Hlomach or tit
)t, thus forming a True Digestive Fluid, precise
ly lik th natural Oast no Juice iu it chemical
powers, and furnishing a Complete and Perfect
Substitute for it.
This is Nature'a own Remedy tor an unheallh
thy Stomach. No art of man can equal its cura
tive powers. It contains no Alchohal, Bitter;
Aridt. or Aauicous Drugi. It issexlremely igreea
ble to th taal, and may be taken by the moat
feeble patients who cannot eat a water eracker
wilhout acute distress, Beware of Drugged Imita
tion!. Pepsin i Abt a Drug.
Half a teaopoonful of Pepsin infused in water,
will digeat or dissolve Five pound of Rout Beef
in about two houis, out ol in siomacn.
fJrTIi Scientifit Evidence upon which
remedy is baled is iu th highest degre Curious
Call on th Agent, and get a Disrriptiv Circu
lar, gratia, giving a large amount of Scienttjit Evi
dence, from Liebis' Animal Chemistry; Dr.
Combe's Physiology of Digestion; Dr. Peraira
Food and Diet; Dr. John W. Draper, of New York
University; Praf. Dunglison' Physiology; Prof.
Silliman of Yale College; Dr. Carpenter' Physi
ology, ve , together with report of cures from
parta of ihe United Slatrs.
PEPSIN IN FLUID AND POWDER
Dr. Houghton's Peptin is Powder and iu Fluid
Form and in rrescripl.on vials lor th us ol rhy
liciaai. Th Powdor will be aent by mail, free
of postage, for eu Dollar, seul to Dr. Houghton,
mrOusaavl Tuis! F.vory botll ol tl genuine
Prptin bears th written signature of .1. S. Hut'uH
TO, M. D., sol proprietor, Philadelphia, Pa.
Copy-right aud Trada Mark ee.uirsd.
a J" Sold by ill Drnist and Ooaltts ia !uec!i
ciuss. f ric Out JJiHur ?et boiiio.
8. BUCKLAND & CO., Fremont
J. L. St. Joha, Tiffin.
N. Wooster, Norwalk,
MONROE'S Toaio. a eaf ti Ultra hi fsra
aad AfB.fil.ljrt ,
8. DuceLaud A CVf,
New Spring & Summer
Je G. Olmsted
HAS JUST RECEIVED frem New York a
large stock of Good, which he will sells
low is they ar 0M at any store in Fremont, or
any other place. Having purchased a
LARGER STOCK, ORE ATER. VARIETY
and goods of better quality, than heretofore, he
hopes his old friends, and tha public generally, will
give him a share ef their patronage, in hi
Stock of Goods!
will he found Black, Brown, and blue mixed broad
cloths; black, mixed and fancy Caasimeres; Sattin
nets, .'cans and Tweed cloths; white red, and
yellow Flannels; Calicoes, Ginghams and Lawns;
tumme,' Shawls, black silk, pocket and dress hand
kerchiefs; filk and cotton Parasols, Bersg de
Laines; brown ihirtiugi and sheeting!; Canton
Black and Fancy Stilt for Drcssev;
Ribbons, Checks, Ticks, Mariners shirtings: res
tings, cotton shirts and drawers; traveling bags,
sewing silk, skei I and spool thread; fans. Ladies'
black, white, state and mixed hose; a good assort
ment silk aud cotton gloves. Ladie's black and
fincy colored kid gloves; Wadding, Batting, Cot
Ion yarn, Ifick, Carpeting, together with most
every other description of Goods to b found in
city or country stores.
Tea, Coffee.iugar, pepper, spice, ginger, nutmegs,
cloves, cinnamon, starch, aaleratni,
madder, indigo, allum, Ao.
II ard-W a re!
Cross-cut. mill, hand and wood-saws: cross-cot,
null, and hand saw files; Sweed's iron, flat and
round bars; cut and wrought nails; band and hoop
iron; 'ast, spring, and American steel; Ames' sho
veles, hav and manure forks; nial rods; While's
Simmons' and Collins' cast steel axes; besides an
vtensive assortment of
SHELF II AD-WARE, sucb as.
Pocket-knives, table knives and forks, butts and
screws; door hangings and trimmings, Ac, Ac.
Boots and Shoes.
a very great variety and warranted waterproof.
II ATS & CAPS, A GOOD ASSORTMENT.
Sole and Upper Leather, tc, ; all o f the
above articles will be sold chnap for Casq. or ex
changed for Wheat. Corn, Oals, Rye, Ti bothy
Clover or Flsx-seeds, Hides, Sheep pelts, Butter,,
Lard, r.ggi, t allow and Wax.
And a Fair Fight!
IT HAS BECOME the too common practice
of many men. In order to sustain their falling
fortunes, to resort to calumny and abuse or their
rivals in business, and no claas, unfortunately,
more addicted to this habit, than merchant. "'J
motto has been, and is now,
"An Honorable Dealing with the Publicl
and let those enjoy their folly who have been
extensively engaged iu throwing out their abuse
upon tnair nsignbors.
I take gieat pleasure to say to the citizens of San
dusky, aud adjoining counties, that I am now re
ceiving a large and splendid
Stock of Goods!
adapted for Ihe season, which, from the great de
duction east in many articles, we can effer Inwe
llien they have ever been sold in this market be
fore. My stock consists in part of
Broud-clotli, Ciissimores, Tweeds, Suttine
and Kentucky Jeans, from a common in the fi
tuuni, wiiii an extensive assortment ol uuirne
stuffs, and bleached Goods of ever kind. In ll
JjAUIES' DRESS GOODS.
I have a large assortment of Black aad Fancy
Dress silks of lite most superb patterns. Ginghams,
Lawns, Muslin mid Cerage de Laines, and a large
assortment of Calicoes, which will be sold very
cheap. Bonnets, and Bonnet Trimmings,
Hoisery, and Gloves of every description. A gen
eral assortment of Shawls, Handkerchiefs, Para
sols, Umbrellas, Ac, aud those wishing to pur
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
will do well lo call and cxemine, at I have a lartre
atock at much lower prices than usually offered.
raper, ana t aper Hangings, agood assortment.
A large quantity Coals, Pants, Veats, and Shirts,
Inch will be sold regardless of profits; and a
STOCK OF BOOTS AND SflOES,
Sole and Upper Leather, Hats and Caps, Ac,
A Full assortment of Groceries, Dye-stuffs,
Paints and Oil.
The attention of Blacksmiths is particularly
rected to my atock of Anvils and Vices. Mv stock
mbracea everything usually called for in this
Iron, Nails, Glass, Glasb-ware, Crockery,
I would corbially invite all who wish to purchase
to call and examine and satisfy themselves
tma is tne'piace to gel good clicaper, aud ful ly
to any in ine otate.
To Ihe Farmera I would say, bring on yoor
Wheat, Com, Oats, Wool, &e.. de.
the highest price will be pnid Cash up.
Fremont, June 1 2th, 1853.
One Dollar Only,
Daguerreotype at Wile' Skylight
Over the Post Office
HAVING concluded thai all shall have Daguer
eeotypes who desire them, 1 shall hereafter
put ap pictures in good, plain caaea at the extreme
ly low price or one Oiiuari beleiving that th
crear of business will compensate for the reduc
Hon or prices, while those getting picture
ling picture will receive more than tha worth
their money. The same style snd quality of
turescan now be had fur on dollar lhat formerly
eoai on donor ano a nan. i can aay, witnoul
that I am better prepared for taking
guerreotype man any artiat Has heretofore
in tin section of country, having spared no troub
ble nor expens in anytginsr that related to a
oUU armaralut or tcell furnished rnami and aa In
r J- ----- .
lure, i oniy aea people to eall and see them
themselves, urown person ran gel a good
in cloudy a in fair wealher, and om
better, so do not wait for fin day. Children
should com on fair daya, aa th lime of filling
less. Dark dresses are best for copying in
Gill and gold lockets, also
stvie oi fancy eases constantly on hand.
Thorough instruction given In th art, and
paralus furnished on reasonable term. Camera
of different sires for sal. A. D. WILES.
Fremont, Dee 11, IH52.
UW Is I llli Tllllli for Hinging,
l 1 Hucklands' are prepared for It, and ara
ug to those want:
The Mt-nJlesoln Collection cf Choice
Carniinia Sacra, Church Choir.
Ps-.llry, The Orieon.
Manhattan Collection, Alpine Glee Sinper,
The Malotleon, 3 volumes; The Lute.
The. Juvenile Singing .School; BaHhalh Schools'
Melodies; Miseourie Harmoney, die. &c. a
Bncklaiad's Brick it lock.
Oct 25, '51.
T)LE48E CALL and look ny assortment
X ef Croekry Bd Uls-wr.
M.ySf, 1841, J TJfOSS.
DR. nH. HALL'S
BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS,
FOR THE CURE OF
Consumption, Decline, Asthma, Bronchitis,
Waslinff of the Flesh, Night 3weats,
Spitting of Blood, Whooping Cough,
Difficulty of Breathing, Colds,
Coughs, Influenza, Phthisic,
Pain in the Side, and all
Diseases of the C b e t
10,0 00 DOLLARS REWARD
IS OFFF.ttND FOR A DKTTBR RECKIPT.
It contains no Opium, Calomel, or Mineral
And ii Fsfefor the rr.oit delicate Child! '
It ii estimated lhat 150,000 persons dia Annual
ly in th United State with consumption, and
Yrofessor Eberly layi thnt a vast number of these
could b caved by th timely nse of soma prompt
JIAI-L'S UAI.MAM strikes at the Root of
th Disease at once, snd such i it speedy efleot,
list any one using it Ireely according to directions
for 34 or 48 hours, and not entirely satisfied with
iti merit! mar return it and receive back his mon
ey. MONEY WILL BE CiREFULLY RE-
rUiNDLD lha most distressing coueh is fre
quently relieved by a aingle dose, end broken np
in a few hours' time. The afflicted do not hav
to take bottla after bottle before they find wheth
er this remedy will afford rolief or not.
Call on th agent and gel a pamphlet gratis.
THE TREATISE on CONSUMPTION alone
worth more than the price of this medicine.
You will find certificate of PHYSICIANS in
Cincinnati, and of other whose cures have been
effected her al home, where they can be fojnd.
1 he public have been imposed upon by reme
dies, recommended by certificates which have al-
ways originated from some unknown source.
We believe that a Jleamae poiiemnx rtal menu
will effect cure wherever il is used, at horn as
wall as abroad. 7iiJ if no Paregoric preparation,
but one which if used in season will save th livee
of thousands; aud pel sons may make tins bargain
mm agenti from whom Ihr-y purchase, that in ev
ery case where it is used freely according to direc-
ions, and entire satisfaction is not given in V4 or
48 hours, Ihey can retnru th medicine, and their
MUfi E i ici be cficerjully refunded.
q q q q
Welsh and Consider.
DR. HALL'S BALSAM i no Pareaoric
preparation, but a Medicine WHICH
MAKES CURES at home, where the
parties can be found.
The Great Coujrli and Consnmptive
READER! have you
- a Cough which you are
I! neglecting, under the
a "Biuea inai tl ia owy a com
anion coia, nna tnai il win
M. '"...nr. ... ilolr mil)
Let a friend tell you, in
all kindness, what will
soon be the 5.obabl result.
In a short time, if you continue to neglect Tour'
self, you will begin to feel a sense ef tightness and
oppression ucrossthe cnesi, accompanied witn ire
quent sharp darting pains. Then a dry hacking
cough will set in, and when you raise anything it
will be a thick and yealowish, or white frothy mat
ter, streaked, perhsps, with blood. If you still take
no medicine, these unpleasant symptoms will in
crease, and you will soon eave a hectic fever, cold
chills, night swaats, copious expectoration, and
then great prostration. II you atill neglect your
self, a few weeks or months will see you consigned
lo the grave, leaving your friends to mourn how
rapidly consumption did its work, anJ hurried you
away, r riend, have you no cause to be alarmed
I nthe ttbove sketch, you may see, aa in a glass.
how every case of Consnmption progresses, with
more or less rapidity, to a fatal termination. Of
all the thousands and millions whom thil great
Destroyer has gathered lo the tomb, every tingle
case began with a cold. If thil hdd been attended
Iti, alt might have heeti well: but being neglected,
tinder the fatal delusion thul it would 'wear itself
off,' il transferred its deuilly astion to Hie suhstaurc
ol the lungs, exciting there the formation of lubee
cles. Another, and auolhel cold added fuel lo the
flame, until these tnherclea began to soften ant!
auponlrate, leaving by their ulceration, great cavi
ties in the lungs. Al this crisis, tiie disease is very
difficult to cure, and oftentimes lets at defiance all
In the latter or worst atage, thi medicine will
oftentimes arrest Ihe disease, or cueck its progress
and will always make the patient more comfortable
and prolong hi life, and it is therefore worthy of
trial; but in its incipient or former periods, Con
sumption is as cursble as any other disease, and
DR. HALL'S BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS,
if taken i.t this lime, will cure it CAS SURELY
AS IT 1-3 TAKEN !.rj) This is strong language,
but we can refer you to numberless living witness
es to prove that it is true! And therefoie, we ear
nestly exhhrt every man, woman and child, who
has a cough, or ia subject to colds, to keep
medicine by you in the house, and whenever
lake cold, do not 'let it alone' to work mischief
your system, but eradicate it thoroughly, and
once, by this powerfully healing compound,
leave your lunga uninjured, to carry you infuil vigor
to a good oia age:
TESTIMONY OF A PHYSICIAN. j
Jljeuri. Baker &, Co, :
Dxa Sins The public generally are fully
awara of the thousands of remidiee for Diseased
Lunga, anderthe titles of Saiaaparillaa, Pills, Plas
ters, l.iinmenta, dec, that are dn y brought
their notice ihrough the newspapers, by way
advertisement. Mv object in wriiiug this nnla
for publication, ia lo induce th pub'ic, or at Uast
those who ur a,fnicied (il liiey will use patent
medicines), lo use one that contains article of
use iu Pulmonary Diteatet. I am cuisciou thai
in so doing, I am acting must mnpii -inal,y,uinl
derogatory lo Ihe iuieresis of medical scieuce
the resrular n'aclilioners ol medicine.
The .Medicine to which I reier is "Ult. IIAL.L,
BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS." I have pre
scribed il in a large, number of eases, and alicaxs
mtn sucteu. On case in particular, to which
wisn now lo refer, waa gwtn uit by several physi
cians who hid been called in consultation wilh
myself. Tha patient had all lha avmp'oma
coufirmed consumption, such a Cold Night Sweats
Heclie rever, Harrassmg Cough, with continued
pain in th Lob of the right lung, attended wilh
sevar Diarrhoea! II commenced Immediately
to get better, by Ihe ua of the apova cawed med
ial ne, and was soon restored to nis usual neailn:
1 hav lso found Dr. Mali's Balsam the moat
valuable Expectorant for breaking up distressing
Cough and Colds that 1 have ever naed.
W. 17. IT JtlUlt 1 , LTD..
MORE PHYSICIANS' TESTIMONY!
W the undersigned, Physicaios of Cincinnati,
certify that Dr. Wright' alatements ar entitled
to th full ess eonnueuce ol in puonc, ana wo
fully corroborate what It ha said, having
DR. HALL, S BALAAM in a number of cases,
with th happiest etfeats!
j. rj, LiAWaUI. m. LI.
WM. C. SMITH, M. D.
J. 1. JOHNSON, M. D.
Tb Genuine ligned, O. R. BAKER A CO.
For sal by,
STEPH. BUCKLAND A CO.
Fremont, March 12, 1853.
For Sale or to Kent,
GltUNDba a eommodious and Beat dwell.
A1 e ine House, which h will cither rent or
Apply soon t the ubcriber.
Fremont, October 29 th, 1852,
Dinsesd, Lamp, and Tanner' oil,
sal at tba
Fremont, Nov. 29, '51.
American Express Co:
t w HE American Express Co. hiving opsned
I Otfic is thi piece, ar now prepared to
all business io their lin witn th Eastern,
ra and Soutbarn Cilia. Particular attentioa
will b oaid to collecting Bill of Exchange,
Drafts, Certificates of Deposit and other Commer
cial papr. ' i nyn"i sb, jgi.
Fremont, Dsa. 30, 3, .
S. BUCKLAND & CO.,
ARE TUB SOLE AGENTS for San
dusky county, for thafollowingslandardMsd
icinasi Gregery'e. Jaynes, Seller', joule's, Phinev's
Halsey's, Moffat's, Brandreth'i, Worsdell', Mc
Lane's. McCulloch's, Rushes', and everv other
kind of Pille that ara good for any thing, and all
other standard medicines oftha day, at
JS'o. 3,ifcA7n' Brick Block,
t3T Sign of the Bit Mortar.
Fremont, 8anduky co. Nov. 1,1851.
Nerve and Rone, do.
Liverwort and Tar,
Gnyaott'i sarsaparilla A
ry and Dandelion,
Empire Co' do.
Wild Cherry Balsam,
Christie's Magnetic Cur
Balsam of Horehoune,
Bonpbnd'i Fever and
Cor for Pain,
Pettil'e r'je salve,
Thompson's Ey Water,
Cook' Eye Wats',
At the Old Stand of
JOHN R. PEASE,
Pease & Roberts.
THE SUBSCRIBERS have entered into part
nership, for tha sal of STOVES and the
manufacturing and sale of
Tin, Copper txad Sheet Iron Ware
Together with auch other article! aa are usually
kept in a Stove and Tin-ware establishment.
They have just received 10 different kindi of
Of various sizes and prices; some of which are New
and detirable patterns, to which they would invite
th attention of the citizens of r remont and viciui-
The former friend and patrons, of th above
mentioned firm, together wilh the community gen
erally, who are in want of article in our line, are
respectfully invited locall upon us.
All kinds or worn in I in. Copper, and "heetiron
will be done with dispatch, nt reasonable prices.
and warranted to give satisfaction.
KtlllEll I H &, McLELLAN.
Fiemont, July 17, I85.
I. R.MARCHISI'S CEELEBRATED
CATHOLICO.N For the Relief and
Cure of Suffering I em tiles
il Hands pre-em-
I 7M powers in all the die
vJ'yg'-. eases for winch it is
Jj-z- recommenaen, usual'
p'ainls; far surpass
nig any other mode
af treatment in being
certain, less expens
ive, and leaving the
system in a belter
terested call and ob
lain a pamphlet, free,
preol Iroin the most
nl the beneficial results of its use; together Willi
letters from highly expsrienccd Physicians, who
have used it in their practice, and speak from
their own observations.
P. B.Peckham, M. D., Ulici, N. Y.
L. D Fleming, M. D., Canadtigna, N
M. H. Hills, M. D., Rochester, N. Y.
Tl. Y. Foote. M. D., Syracuse, N. Y.
Prof. Dunbar, M D., Baltimore, Mil.
W. W. Reese, M. D., N. York City.
W. Prescott, M. D , Concord, N. H.
J. P. Newland. M. I)., Ulica, N. Y.
S. BUCKLAND & CO., Agents,
Drueirists, Fremont, Ohio.
c.1,1 V... .11 tha leadinir Druuirists In the adjoin
ing counties. letters addressed io care oi wir.
Curtis Hatch, Agent at Ravenna.
To Dr Marchiri : have ten years been Iroub
led wilh Female complaints prolapsus , Uteri,
and all the attending difficulties at times render
ing my life most miserable. I hav had the at
tendance of some of the best physician, with
little success. The most that they could do was
to relieve a cure was out of the question.
five months before commencing with your medi
cine, t had not been able to perform any labor,
could walk but a few steps at a time and scarcely
went out of door. in short, 1 waa completely
prostrr.ted both in body and mind. I expected
drag out Ihe rest of my days In suffering and mis
ery: but reading your adversisement, waa induced
tn try your invaluable medicine, called 'Uterine
Catholicnn," as the last resort. I had not used
it aw iek before I felt like another woman.
Ihe use of three bottles, I waa enabled to perforin
all Ihe labor, for six in the family, with ease,
could walk anv where in the noeighborhood, with
oul injury. Nothing but a fense of duty to
and the suffering community, haa induced me
tale my case to the public; and I cau safely rec
ommend Ihe preparation lo all those suffering lik
mvself. Sinned Mrs. SARAH A. BISHOP.
Fredom. Portage Co , O.. Deo. 37lh, 1852.
J. B. Marrhisi tt Co., Proprietors, Central De
pot, 30th Broadway Vow York.
April 83, '53. ly
. vRMa. Louisiana Surar House and Plantation
4tVlolasaes. low for cash; also a few barrels
chice Syrup ai No. 1, Morria' Block, Toledo O.
April 9. '53. 6in
OYSTERS, Raw, Stewed
and Fried, Boiled Ham
and Eggs, Hot Coffee, cVe. Ac, to be had at
hours at Sharnb'a Grocery and eating boaseoppo-
it Bucklaud' Uriels illock.
M. A. Btincnn..
Willow wagons and Rocking Horse for
Children. Alto, Fancy Basket for sale cheap
A NY quantity of good Hickory and Asn
I willbetalen onsuosoripnon i in.
r SKV.MA urrirs.
TJAGLEY'S Gold Psns and rsnclls for
I cheap, at d. oucbi.ad cb uo
410LLARS, Glove, Ho, Neck aad roca
J Handkerchiefs. at
-r-.IRI.F9 A I a roe lal of f amily DiDies I
t $150 lo $6. Also, Pocket, Clasp, Tuck,
Polyglottttiblesana I esiamemt a. (
. ...... ....v.r..Miil Kn,AA
RO S AiUllV Mills.-.-- "" " o--
auantitv of small Bible ofveryde'
.er:ptionfrom 50o.nt.to j3 00. Also, a
T7INE Cloth and prf.etly fast color,
X at o cents at "" ---
BLANK BOOKS, fullbundLdger,Journal
il Li 'Al' JL... , LL ' I H'MIJ I JJiL-Jt WJ
A Handsome Foot,
TT 18 ADMITTED THAT a well-shaped and
X handaoma Foot is a most desirable leg-end lo set
off to advantage th personal appearance of either
a lady or gentleman, bnt all ara awar that a
handsome foot, if not encased in a neat Shoe of
Boot, I a moat melancholly sight to the beholder,
and Bona anderstand this fact better than the la
dies. To meet the want of hi customer, th
subscriber has just returned from New York with
a large and well selected dock of
which ha Invltil th citizen of Bandaiky, and d
Joining eouoties, oo call and xamine. His slock
consisti, In psrt of
Gentlemen'' fine French and American Calj
Boot, Kips and Cowhides, Brogsn' of all kiud.
Also, an excellent variety of Pump, Walking
Gailera, fancy Congrats Gaiters, Prunella Gailen,
Taylor lien together with Morocco, Seal dL calf
Slipper and Pump.
Will find a very fine assortment of Shoe and Slip
per brought on especially for them. French kid
slipper, Jenny Linds, Excelsiors, fin Prunalla
gaiter, buskin and slipper, besides a larg and)
fine assortment of shoes for every dsy weir.
Children' Shoe and Gaitert, any quantity
India Rubber Shoe and Bool. The inbeeriber
will alio manufacture to order, all kind of Boot
and Shoes for gentlemen snd Ladies' wear. El
perienced workmen constantly employed.
Country manufacturer and diaicrs will find at
my eetablishmau: all kind of
used in the trada. French and American calfskins,
Seal akin, Morocco, Patent leather. Enameled
leather. Sheep skins, Lasts, Pegs, Needles, Bris
tles, &c, Ac. All my articles ar warranted.
1 respectfully invite the ladiei and oentlemea
of Sandusky to eall and examine for themselves.
Fremont, May 18th, 1653.
NEW STOCK. NEW PRICES!.
. If. STEVJEA'SOJY,
WOULD inform the pnblicthath has resumed
hisbusiness athisold stand, on Croehanst..
nd having had the oporlunityof seeingand getting
Allthe Latest Fashion from East and Weit
and having brought on an assortment oftha
FINEST WOODS, VKNEKRINOB, C,
he i prepared to furnish his old customers, and a
many new ones as can crowd into hi ware room;
with the most splendid lot of
Mahogony, Rosewood and Blackwalnnl
Of every kind from the Cradle lo the Coffin
Al to prices, he is determined
NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD.
He is hold to say that he can offer you BETTER
BARGAINS and BETTER WORK than you can
get weal of Buffalo; hehasou hand, and is making
All kinds of BEDSTEADS, '
on JVew and Improved Plant;
such as Lew ia' Patent, Fowler 'a Patent, Ac, &c
so not tail to give mm a call.
07 He hasgotupagood Hearse, and willattend
funerals in town or country.
Fremont, AngustlO, 1850.
Smith & Bush!
OEPULCIIRAL Monumentiand Grave Stone
Oof every variety of patern and of the most skill
ful workmanship. The Beat assortment of Amer
ican Marble kept constantly on hand.
(Foreign Marble furnished if desired on the
Also a trreat variety of American and Fnrnnei
Designs, of the most unque and tasteful patterns,
combining beauty and purabilily. Persons whirr-
ing lu procura monuments or any kind of Marble)
work, are invited to call and give a personal in
spection of their material and workmanship, a
this will he more saltsracfory than to purchase of
Agenls, (who have no interest only their per cent)
wilhout an opportunity of testing the qualityof tha
article contracted for. '
M'Lcaa's Volcanic Oil Liniment
For Man and Beast.
This Liniment s Die very best article that haa
yet been offered to the public. Being chemically
prepared, il ia warranted not to peparale. Where
nanneu, pnullteet, oinlmcult and other Liniment
aye been tried in vain this chead and valuable
Liniment wiil give immediate relief. It ia infalli-
e for lihonmaUnn.Iiriateslitcelltiiici, Ulcers, Burnt.
Old Sores, Fresh ll'oundt. Soreness of Limbs or JUui
It has been used wilh wonderful effect curine
Stmrin, Jtingbone, Scratches, Saddle and Collar Galls
Chafa, Stiffness Oi Weakness in thler joints, SicelU
ings or soreness that animal ar liable lo from In
june or accidents, it haa a wonderful soothing
influence upon on in man and ocad removing any
local pains no difference how severe. The artic
le and certificates of it efficacy can be had oftha
5 BUCKLAND Sc. Co. Fremont, O. Wheldon
6 Rhodea Sandusky city, O.
Kliol & l home, north, west corner f ourth and
ine St., Cin., O., Western Agent.
Sash, Doors and Blinds!
riHE undersigned haa opened a SASH
J. FACTORY, in tha shop formerly occu-
led by J. It. I'eaae, on the east side or tn Dan
usky river, where he has in operation tha latest
nd most improved machinery for manufacturing
Sat It, Pannel door, Blind, and Wtndoio
His machinery ia brought to such perfeetion that
the work ia far superior to any mad by hand.
Ai.rtas he uses uotmng nut thoroughly M. 1 1 If
Dried Lumbar, he is determined lhat hi work)
hall not he surpassed either in point of work or
lualitv of material, by any other establishment la
th Stat FRANCIS LAKE.
Fremont, Aug. 14th, 1853.
Drugs, Medicines, Paints,
OILS. VARNISHES, Ac, Ac.
S BUCKLAND A CO. have just recolv-
eda very large lot of Druga, Paint, Oil, Dy
Stuffs, Glass, Glaaa-ware, Perfumery, Ac, which
they would earnestly solicit those wishing anything
in tha tin to call and examine before purchasing
elsewhere, a we think it will be very much to their
advantage to do so, for w pledge ouraslvss to ll
AS GOOD ARTICLES
a can ba bought in tha Eastern market at as tew
a pric a our neighbor ask lor a poor ariici.
Havina been for ten years in th Dnoo Bvtisis
n this place, we think we know something of th
wanlaol its inhabitants, no wnne w would return
our thank for th vary liberal patronage w hav
received, w promts lo ipare no pains lor tn in
lure in giving our customers th full vain oflhir
money in uoop uoodi.
W do not think it nsoessary ta nnmrat ou
article, north quantity wa have, (or hav not,) of
each article, duffle il lo aay w nave a
snd enough of each to supply alldemands, andam
pla errangemenisto buy more.
vy woulu as ruistciiss io can ana examine
our Drug and Price before going to TilQu city,
Sandusky city, or elsswhere, as we do know that
wa can aell as ehtap as any of them, and wa ara
bound to do it any how.
AND ALL WHO WANT PAINTS I
Wa would lay that if our Paint ara ootnrt-ret
and all we recommend them, w will pay all dam.
age. We do ao! ask you to take our word for ill
ask any Painter in Fremont and they know, for
they hav used them if Bucklands' is not th bast
place to buy any kind of Paint, or Peal Liasssa
Oil ar Varuiahs.
No. 8, Buckland's Brick Block,' .
a BUCKLAND 6i Co.
fremont. October 35th. 1851.