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Oils, Glass, Dye
S. BUCKLAND & CO.
HAVE Just received lrg tot of Drag, and
Medicine, freeh from the Importer, which
they are offering t the Tar Loweot Cash prii.
Ouratock la now complete, and wa will convince
any and all, who met favor na with a Call, that
we eaa and doell Drugs and all other Article in
ur lina, aa cheap aa they can ba bought Ihli
aide of Cleveland. All articlea wabrhtu aodb
and just what they ar recommended ortha mon
Particular attention paid lo paid to Physician'
order, and good articlea alwaya given Willi the
privilege of returning all articlea not good.
FA Mil's AM OILS
- Warranted pure, and cheap aa tha cheapest.
4010 Kega Lead ground and dry,
"90 Bbte. Linseed Oil '
'100 Iba Para Green,
100 Chrome Orem,
TtlO Chroma Yellow,
.500 Trench Yellow,
600 Venilian Red, ,
00 Red Lead,
50 AmSer Burnt and Raw,
3 Utile. Turpentine,
3 Sperm Oil,
3 Fish Oil,
3 ' Varnish for furniture s'nrl coach.
And a very choice lot of fore Winee and Li
quors, fur Medicinal and Pharmaceutical purpot
Give aa a call, before purchasing elsewhere,
van d be' convinced (hat Buckland'a ia thk piece to
get lha worth of your money. Don't forget tha
place No. 3, Auckland's Block at tha aign of the
Hook and Mortar.
Fremont, Ott.l, S3. tf.
Fremont Book Store.
fTtHE subscribers are now receiving tfie largest
JL una most con-, piete assortment ot ftlifieellaire
ous arid School Hooks, Stationer y, &.C., ever
brought to Fremont. Having purch aaed our atack
at me Auction taira, at
Muck Lowtr'Paicctthon can It Bought
;Or Regular Dealer, we can aell diaaper than
ever keforei nil ne intend to give our friende
and customers the benefit of ear-good fortune in
bnyiirg ao low Wa would take Tina opportunity
'to retrn thnnka to oor numerous customers tcr
their liberal patronage heretofore, and as av lir
dneeenent for a continuance of the-same, we will
riormse to etli poods aa cheap ae they can be
'-bought in Cleveland or irny where In our Vicinity
aird a littta "Cheaper than Sordiifky or Tiffin
l.itire, it wouirt be impossible .o enumerate all
the arti'fei'tn ur line, or make trcataWuo ol
our Books: but we are ready to ahow ouratock
and grie our prices, to any and all whu will give
us a cai, biiu noi iniittt ourselves uoreu it yoittio
not warn to Buy. 'uuratecK of
Tli XIX A-FATa'CW S-TATIOXEB Yt
Never was so targe and hraliliful. Our-new
styles of Nne l' er and Fancy Envelopes, fur
Weddiugs, 'lu ecu itur Parlies and Jiolve, -cannot
i'rearl, Ivory, Shell, Paper 'Kucha, 'fiteel -wid
. L.otncr 1'orca Monies, Cird -Cases 4f every
-atyle and Price, from one chilling iu three
dollars; Plain a i I Fa ijy luklalid,
-Votes, Larfiea ileticulee, Work
. Boxes. Fort Fulios, Writ
ing leek, Buckgam
.iou Boards. Cheat
Gold and Silver
Vvnn und Pencil, Vis
iting and Crtiaiueulul Cards
and m abort everything in the
Hue end many things never before
"brought to 111 is market. Once more wo
Would invite all In call and see fur tliemaalrea,
ndue convinced Hint our assertions are Irwe
S. UUi:KL,.VD &. Ct3.
No. '3, Buckland'a Block, Freiuuut.
Oct. I, '53 H
.Money lo ILet!
TO LET, MOXRY on improved or unlm
proved 1'rupeny hi I own orl'Min-tr.
Frenient, Oct. I, '53 if
T THK JUMCTlim oniiK
Sandusky, Cincinnati, Toledo ami Cleveland
It A lli UOAM,
TCIiVDS, Sandusky Co. Ohio.
, (ttr-Paseengere carried to and from the Cars free.
IT' REE Tickets will be given to cilizena of ad
. joining counties, on application at the Treas
urer's Office during the Fair. The friends of Ag
ricultural. Mechanical and Industrial iinprovinent,
both residing in and out of the county, are re
peetfully iuvited to exhibit any Stock of Articlea
f merit they 'may deem proper..
La. Q. RAWSON, Pres.
. I. CarrrR, Ren,
Sec'e. Office, Sept. 28, 53 5w
'TltHE Gnfes on the Fremont Plank Road, will
L be free for persons and -aiock coming to and
- TetnTiiing'fronrtlie Sandusky County Agricultural
' -Fair, on the I Ith and 13 th insl.
J AS. JUSTICE. Free.
' FmnonVOcl. 1,''53.
A LARGE and apleudid lot of Groceries, em
bracing Sugar, Coffee, Teaa, Mtilasee, Gord
en Syrup, Tobacco, Spicea, Eegaro, Nera, Uois-
ina. Figs, Dirtes, f rtrnra, Oswrgo -Corn Kiarch,
Aaaoited Picklea, Mustard.Cfftsep, Pep ier Sauce,
-Acs, Ac: ad the largest and b-st aesoTtment
of Brandies aud Wiuea aver bro't to this -place.
. Call awd examine, and you will be satisfied that
we will ei-ll -Cheaper than any other establishment
in the town. M. A.8HREN.
Fremont, Oct. 1, '53. If
TO lovera of Ihe WEED. Lilleiithal'i
win's end Miller'a Fine Cut Chewinir
co,tn Tin Foil and Paper, by the doieu or single
paper; also natural Leas rlug,a tine artiete for
ale at Shhcsk's.
Oct. I, '53.-XT
" AYER KAISINA' Pleaty can befooadat
Oct. 1, '53 If
SUGAR! SUGAR? Loaf. Pulverized and Cof
fee Sugars for aale cheap at fuaiKi't.
Oct. I, '53 tf
OQ CENTS Tha heal article of Whisky in
'' (W-iVtown, at tweuty-two cents per gallon, eaa be
found at Saniac'a.
Oct. 1 , 'S3 if
BRAND1F.81 BRANDIES!! Otard,8ignette,
Praah, Cherry and Raspberry llraadie for
ala cheaper than can ba bought at any other
bouse in the place, warranted pure. Pysiciana
no oinere iu neea ol ineae arliolai will do well
to call and exan-iiie, and by doin
oaava at leaat
aa per ceni.
Fremont, Oct. I, '53. If
Raspberry brandy-Ad eo.ii..t.r.
tide for Diarrhoea, Ve., just reealvad and for
ale low al Gneiss's.
Oct. J, '53. tf
IMPORTED SEOAR8.TI, Wit and ber'
stock of Imported rn-oip, 8tg , ,v 0r,-j
a ajaaiaj aueu liraiad a. nil (Af Ilia aVL D kx.l.
0S ' - -
Co oil Medicines.
It a pleaaetit Minnie, compounded in agreement
whh tha rulea of Pharmacy, of Ihersppeuiic agents
ong anown ana crieoraied inr their peculiar ef
ficacy In curing DIARRHOEA, and similar af
fections ef the systonn In Ha action, it allays
ao ska and produces a healthy condition ol tha
L.ivr.n, thus removing the Caase at the same
time that it curaa the dieeaee.
ANODYNE CHERRY EXPECTORANT
la confidently recommended to Invalids, i vrntin-
Piisr.D by any nrenaration. for tha rm nr
tj'iuiatls, ilOARSEN ESS, and other forms
ortoMdoa t'oLDs: BRON.CH ITIS. ASTHMA.
CftOUP.CO.MSU VIPTIO.V in an Early Stage.
and Tor the RELIEF of the Patient even in Ad
vanced Mages of that Fatal Diaease.
It troinOllie. Ill a a Cienliflo manner. n,meiia
oflong esteemed value, with olhera of more re.
cent discovery; and besides ita toothing, and tonic
qualities, acta through the akin gently , and great
uiauacj, Tortne cu.e oi una ciaaa ol diseases.
The Tamable Medrclnva above named have ra
trntlvbeen introduced, with the annrov.l of i
nfrmberor the Mmical FnoTMio in the City of
Baltlrhora and elsewhere, and in practice have
succeeded moat admirably in coring the diseases
ur which inev prescrined. I ney are ottered lo
the Country fractii loner, aa Medicine which he
can in all repecta depend upon, aa prepared In
agreement with the etnerieace ef soma
of the most learned and nretodicions Pnrair-ians.
and especially serving hia convenience, who -Can
not ao readily as the City Pyaiciatr, have hit own
prescriptions compounded by a Practical Phar
uiacetitiet, nee (he descriptive Pamnhlets. to ha halt rrntlia
of all who have the Medicines for aula, containing
l-leix, Aoimsoh. PaYke. Habdt. I.ovc- A n.
tcvviumeiiuutions irom uociora hiarttii. halt
Lioctor a. U. MARTia says, "I do uot hesitate
to recommend your Dia-rhota Cordial and Jinn.
ayne Merry t-xiifrtlornnt." &e.
Wect. John Addiron aya, 'Jt gives me Inu ch
ptoaaare'to add my testimo'iry to that of other e, In
favor of the et Iraordinanu rfllrani of vour Uiar.
rahrua Cordial, Aw. t and of the Exptcloraitt. "I
have-vte-heortation in recornmeuriing it aa a most
I L. I M : ..
fmuiuie meuirino, IX.C
4oc1, ti. A. Parneeavs he haansed tha Dior.
rahara CorriiaJ in hia pr rrctire "with the happiest
effect, and thinks it oire of the moat convenient
and efficient eembiuation ever offered to our pro
fession." Dnct. L.'D. Kandr writes, '-i hare adminis
tered your Jlnotyn Expectorant in several casee
of rJronclnul Affection, with Hie m islhn-mu retulls.
and Irom a knowledge of iia admirable effects. I
can, Hiii the greatest cunfidence. recsm mcud if"
Ooct. V.S.-Lvm writes to Ho thiSt hn 1ia ad
ministered ihe Nxjcrhrant labia wife, who hat
liad the'nM:'if tor Jourieen yean, and that she
h fast reuovehug from her loag standing ina'adv.
It baa hi a few weeka done her more goetj lhaii all
the remedies she lw lie re to lore ui-ed under able
"8ilrn of the beat 'Apothecaries Pli n m iclieu-
tieta in the City of Baltimore, write. "We ere eat-i-fied
the preparalioiis known StxHer i jSitotyjic
CVicrry Uvirctarant and 6'toWer Oiarrmh'tea Cor
dial, are niedtcinea ol'great valll , and very efflfi-nt
for the rel.'ef and euro of the dieeasea for whioh
lliey are reconimendrtl; they bear the evidence
ofakili and earn m their prep ir niu-i and alyle of
putting up, and we tuku pieaanre in recmiiineii
Twenty-Seven iif llio roost rfspwctnble War
chauls, residents uf Maryiand Virginiaaiid Nortli
Carol nu, wiio hvt and ala ud ttu-ae Medic in-t
llieuihelves, fay, "From our own ex;iene.iee and
ih-it our cll-iloii.pra, we cio c ilidfiitly recumiKend
tliem Pro Bono Publico. We have never kin.va
any remedi-a aai-d for the tliseise fur which they
are preacriuo.'l, to he an'elHcieul, and to ive-ouch
entire Wftuiliictiou l,i all,"
The above tiulicea of trTolinilPiwlulroii fiom
inenilK-ranf the .M.-iilca! acnily. Pii.irin tc.ieutiHls
ot high stuudiiig. aid Mrrciia ita of i lir- Cirt, rea
iHK'iuuiiiiy, shou (I ii. si:,c it to sut sly hi', that
these iiiedit'iiifs are w:Uv, trial by tha uAinttct!,
ind that thv are iif a d.tl'arant linp ami cl ;s
ermn Ihe "Quackery" and euro '-CuroAlla' ao
much irn poked upon' the pub'io.
For aale by liruggiet, Apolberree and Country
E. II. STABLE &. C ,
123 Pratt Street, Baltimore.
S. BUCKLAND St Co, Fremont.
W. B. Dimmiok, Bflluvue.
P. B. Beery & Brother Clyde.
Charlee Powers, Woodville.
$15,000 Worth of
Mfi FALL GOODS
Now Opening at
P. B. BEERY a BROS
CHEAP CASH STORE.
ST2 BLa'Wn H3,liVKK4a,
Consisting of the most Magnificent Stock of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
LortreV New Styles Dreas 'Goods, the most su
perb aescrtmeul in Ohio, offered 1-eVt'cr than
any house dare soli.
'Clothing, a Heavy Stock ef
Tkiola and -Shoea, Oockerys
TJloss-Ware, Groceries, Hard-'-
- Wore, Wooiren-Ware, Carpet,
Wall and Wmilow Papor. Hale and
Capa, and in fact the most complete
tock of New Cooda in i'mdutky County,
FARMERS of SatidusVr County, we have
bought these Hoods to SELL, and will give you
bargnina; our rnctto--CArau fir Cuifi and cannot
be undenold. No trouble to show Goods.
P. B. BEERY Sc fiRO.
Clyde. Sept. 23, 1853 15
DOCTOR II. TUBUS, "Analytic Phyalo-
lan, win pa el nia room at loiiowa:
Fremojt, Fremont House, Tuesday and Wed
nrrday, I5lh and 16th Nov.,
Norwalk, Mamion Hoase, Saturday and Mon
day, 1 2th and 14th Nov.
Trrria, shawhau Houae, Tharsday and Friday,
17ih and iSth Nov.
Barousit City, St Lawrence House, Saturday,
and Monday, 19th and Slat Nov.
PERSOKS AITUCTSD WITH ANY CHROHITJ OX
hOUQ SI1NDJNO DISKASS ARB INVITD
' TO CALU "
Absence of a few waeka from the Stat will
prolong the time to coming appointmsatsi after
which they will again be atteuded at tit usual
DISPIPTICa MAO l '
Case 1st Mrs. LaUfa rjhDttiek. Ilamslo-j
township, Geauga county, diaeaaa firat maaileaiad
by pain in the stomach, succeeded by eaprici',ti
appetite, i jdigestion, acidity, leuderneaa an''
ness or goneueis1 at ttomach, coldnese cf
itias. p.iu through cheat, back titnu,ti
h..ne.j and fullnest of b.d Wllh f re ,.bili,y.
For nearly twe years had ,umsi."n, r,Bglh f
ait up during entire your d.ffer.nt phyie
una bad treated CMJ p.rMiny bfll at n
Wtih" ''-' lh,n ,i,!h, P,e,u "oUinad.
,, T'ry hllle atrength and leas hope of success
p ..lentaoinmanoed analytical remediae, .which
were aonliooed antll aura waa ffeotad. For tlx
monlht baa taken do medicine, aud taya ttomach
wa never in belter condition than . . Entire
oval f treatmtat analytical ly, f 7,Ti.
List of premiums to he awarded at tha 14 An
nual Fair, lobe held at Tremont en ihe 1:1th a ad
13th days of Ootober, A. D. 1653
Frtmiuwt on ealtlt.
Beit ball ovtr 3 yean aid 14,00
SI . S.OO
Best bu'.l aver 9 yean old 4,00
21 " m m 8,00
Best bull over 1 year eld t ,00
Best bull calf 9,00
Best female calf 9,00
Best voka worklne ekan 4.00
3d " , 9,00
Best fat ballook 9,00
Beit fat cow 3,01)
M ; 9i,,o
Beit ntilch cow 9.00
John Moore, Amot Fenn, Jobn Whllmore.
Beit atalllott 4.00
Beat brood mnre 4,00
Jd " 9,00
Best pair match borses 4,00
Best gehMBf 3 ,'10
8d , 1,00
Beit colt 3.00
d " 1,00
John L, Greene, Otha Leesa, Wot. Ilamer.
Beit buck 3,00
BeitS ewe 3.0 J
Hiram HafT, Horatio R. Adame, (X L. Nims.
Beat boar 3,00
Beit breeding lew 3 ,00
Beit fat hng 9,00
Best pen of pigs net lets than 4 3,00
James Moore, Martin Wright, Ezra Stoner.
Beit lot of 5 domestic fowla 9,00
John Bell, Mia. P. Uiuih, Mri.J.S. Gordon.
Rest roll of butters lbs.
Mrs.-J .Smith, Mrs, P. Tew, Mn-S. Treat.
Beit variety of tnble fruit
Walen, Mrs. SlIarTorii, Hi, J,
Beit lample wheat not leia than 1 bushel 9,00
Best acre of corn 4,00
ifast i acre Potatoes 9,00
Best acre of wbent 4,00
Geo. Hyatt, John S. Gardner, Henry Bowlui.
Beit design for farm burn 9,06
-John L. Cole, Samel Trent. Norton Ruaiell,
B -st wrade Mm t
TJi't Wonlt-u sioc'tngi
B'--it article ef needle work ef any kind
Mist E. Ball, Mi.s J. Chjpman. Alist
"Bit fci-m wa -i;on
B;-t straw cuftct
Bolt tcp buggy
Bi-it two-ho.-e rarrtag
Ci-st 4 ho.so thees nu.i mill
"L . K. -Beren ,-J , O. Walc-i, E. '4.'. liin-mbn.!
3d , 1,00
b-rt 'lVble 8,(10
Ui-it Jet of cil.tira iUJ
I! at window aaih 0
lie; t svittdow blinds d,UJ
lies; pnur.ei door 2,0'J
Aula rdin g 'Comtn itUt.
4im Simon Jihu Scndlebach, Thomas More.
Best Cro.- cn tt 9,00
Best uindr peills 9 00
firat fniu htu-nss 9,00
Host fine a;00
Went saddle and bridle 2.UJ
Beit fine boot 9.0
lleit riiitt shot-i 8,0'J
Bust tide ol harness leather 9,0'J
Best drei'ed call skin 9,00
Win. Kridler.C t. Hall, Abram Loiter.
Tleit 10 vdi. Sutinet 9.00
Bost . flannel 9.00
Belt " Kerieinere 9,0J
Jercmiifh N. King, J. 6'. O'imted , 'P. 'C. Dean.
B. it barrel fliurr - 9.00
Beit 3 loavei of bread 1,00
Keit 9'hnmt ol'bacon 9.00
Beit 5 Ihs. honey 1,00
Best 10 lbs. maple sugar 1,00
J.F. R. Sebring, A. Morehouie , John Moore.
Beat Family pork barrel 2,00
Beat tight barrel . 9,00
Beit flour barrel 9,00
& Spade, A. Phillips, Thomai Holcemb,
All artt rei offered for prernimm must be owned
by tire persona oti'eitng tlie tame, or member! of
Ihrlv Inmiliei t ana prndecti of tha soii or manu
factured articles mutt be produced or nianufactur
nt in thecoiiRty, witbin one year recedlug the
I9ib nay of October, A. D. 1853. No article will
he entered ou the premium lift nnleia Exhibited
ou the Ground by 11 o'clock, at uoon Of the first
The Awarding Committee! must comply wilh
the provisions ef the law requiring Competitor!
for pieiniuma on crops and other improements,
to furuisn full and correct statementa of the pro
cess and expense of culture and production.
Competitor! lor premiums on crops shall be re
quired to have the ground and its produce accu
rately measured, by uot less than two disinterest
e l perioua, whose stutouienti shall be verified by
affidavit. By order of the Board,
Sec't. Office Sept. 15. J La ii. RAWSOX, Pret.
D.CArrta, See. )
Petition for nl of land warrant,
John Craig Ariin. 1
of the estate of Sandusky County Ohio
Uriah Craig dec. S Probate Court.
V3 1 Petition to sell land Wane.,,
tb others )
To John Dudley. Henry Dii'ly. jahe Dudley.
Hurknew Rutter 4, Cbar'.ei . Rutter, Beniemin
Crnig, Harrison Ciff rtenry Craig, Eliza Wrjght
and Alona V rit, who are heirs and legnl rep.
resentai.vei ji Uiiah Craig dec. Ybil bare By in
fonr.,,1 t'(,t tha Jlit day of September A. D.
said adinl'niatratnr filed nispelitien in the
Probate Court f Sa'nduty Cojinty Ohio, the ob
ject and prayer ef which petition it to obtain an
ardor A-c. on the lit day of Nov. A. D. 1(Jj3, for
the tale of And Warrant Ntt 9093, for one hun
dred and sixty acr"ei of land. ' , -
JOHS QRAIO Adm.
Of .URIAH CRAIG deo
By C. EUGER TON bit Atty.
Sept. 3llt I853.-i4t '.:.-
ALLEN A. RiWSON. M. D.,
Will giro prompt attention to tha practice;
MEDICINE AISB SUBOEBY
in Frcmout ud vicinity. '
Orncx-Orr Iteubour Co!' '.ure-
THE MARRIAGE STATE j
thmll BmfptKo an4 BtaHhs mr JHiotry a)4
Mithnfm, MMul Ul
MOST STARTLIN6 CONSIDERATIONS 1
Reflections for the Thoughtful.
Strange that eountlt human beings axtit and
draf throiiah life at do tbe beasts of the Iltld, or
tha insects sf tbe earth, evlnslng ao more though',
or refli-otion than tbougb the noble faculties of ait
wtre aot vonehsafed to tUem.
Many seek are husbands and fathers, apoa wboia
are dspandent the health, the well-bring, and tha
happiness of a confiding and affectionate wife, with
perhaps a family of children.
now orre it Rapthi Tnr thc
WITI LINQBEI FEOK TEAS TO TUB
In tbat pitiable eooditlon a aot even for one day to
feel the happy and exhileratlng lnlusnoe Ineioent
tu tbe tnjoyuirnt of health.
Hbe nay net be aa Invalid confined to W bed,
er even to her room M ker pride, aiabttloa aod
energy rnduee aud narvt hor te tike persona
aberge af her household, evaa when her health wiil
nut adroit of It bat she is nevertheless perceptibly
sinking from day to day, and alerays ailiug.
Thus, day after day, and month after uoath tran
spire. Her health duly sinks, (ill finally even the
bops of recovery ae longer remains. Ana that
THE y LOOM IN a BRIDE,
But fvw year ago la tbe lash of health and
youth, and buoyancy of spirit, rapidly, and appa
rently Inexplioabty, becomes a feeble, sickly, de
bilitated Wile, wilh frame emawaled, nerves aa
strung, spirits doprewed, eounteaance bearing tbe
impress ol tuuering, ana an uuer poyucu ana
Som-timos this deplorable change mny and dnee
arise fna o-ganlo or eouMituttoual causes. Bnt
etancr, by far oftenor, to groat aad Inexcusable
ignorance of the simplest and pl&ioesl rules of
hesilh as eonaeoted with the marriage state, the
violation of which entails disease, sutfering and
miisry, not only to the wifo, but often
Kcrcdltnry Complainlt upon the Cliiltlrt
" CMTO Till TUtKO AND FOVKTH KMEaWITIOII,'
Tntnsmltttns; COVlKtPT10, MCROFX'LA,
ItVPIKIIONIIHIA, INSANITY, UOfJT,
Kl.VCl'a KVIb, siiid other lUseaia
from tHe Parent.
And muA this continue 1 Shall we be wise la
all tbat concerns tbe onttle ef oar ioldi, our horses,
eur shoep, ear coki, car ozea, tbe nature and
character of the soil ws possess, the texture aud
quality of our goods and merchnndiie ; but in all tbat
concerns ourselves as human beingi, with human
function! and passions, subject to grent derange
ment. Involving our future peace and hnppiness
in all that concerns tha health and welfare of the
wife of our affoctions, and the mother of our chil
dren ; la all thjd concerns the mental and physical
well being of those children, wt should be im
mersed In tbe darkest aud most
AS CVVTXVT.X AS INSXCUSARLf: !
How long shall thil Ignorance prevail w -productive
of its bitter fruits 1 How long shall the wife
and mother be igmtrant of tho nature, charaetorand
causes of the various womb aad sexual complaints,
embittering her days by suffering tuffering oftsa
Srolooged to years, eventuating in a complication of
ileuses utterly end hopelessly incurable 1 bli&ll
we for ever close our eyes to tbe results of physio
logical science by which we Kay anive at aa
naeriianamg VI ourreie bs nn ,ua nuiurn.
subject to serious lifo-locg enduring diseases, aae
perpetuating thtm to our children.
LET XTSBT WIFE AND fitftBAHS PONCES
JVo fttupand or teife need be ignorant of what
concerns them most to knout to secure their health
and happiness. That knowledge is contained in a
little work entitled
TUB MARRIED tVO MAX'S
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION,
BY tR. A. M. MAURICE AU,
rxorsssoK or diseases or womcn.
Out Hundredth Ktititm. 18m., e. 550. PHtt SO Cmli.
o! rtsE rAriK, extra BraoiNo, f l CO.
First publlshsd la 1817 ; and il is aot
SURPRISING Oh WONDERFUL,
Considering; that EVERY FKHAII.
Wlulhn 1IAIIHIKO Oil VOT, en here
ac-qnlr m rail V no wl oT -the na
ture, charmcter anet cetnees eT tier
complftlntu, Ivttlk tlie -Various
syzuptoiwi, and that nearly
HALF A MILLION lOPIU
tboald have beon told. It it impracticable te con
vey fully the variout tulthnts treated of, at they
are of a nature strictly intended for Ihe married,
or those contemplating niarrisge.
UPWARDS 'OF OVFJ IIUVDtlBO THOU
Hit. been SENT ISY MAIL witbln the hut few
CAUTION TOTHE tTBIIC.
'HE NOT D'EFBJIUDED t
Buy no took Unless Dr. A. M. Maurlcean, 129
:Llborty Street, N. Y , ts on Cr.e titlo pnge, and the
entry in the Clerk's Office on the back nf the title
Ssge ; and buy ouly of respectable and honorable
eaiers, or tend by mail, and address to Dr. A. M.
Mnnrtceau, as there are spurious and tarreptiliout
iofrinsomonta Of copyright.
J- TJpon receipt of One INollar " TBTfc MAR
IllET) WOMAN'S PBIVATB MEtlCAl, COM
PANION" ts sent (moi'tat frrt) to any psrt of the
United States, the Oanadaa and Biitish Provinces.
All Letters mast be posi-pold, and addressed to
Dr. A. M. MAUBIOEAU, Box 122, New-York
Oiiy. Publishing Office, No. 1S9 Libeity Strtsl,
I.A.WARD. Fremont F.. E. Nowfnan A'or
ifnt--H. Miller, JViVert'itrjjriLaphain & Stab-
bins, Milan A. D. Wright, Perrusburg J,
Gregory, Maumet City 6. R. Morion, SanAui
ky R.'Cbadwick, Icfcia Ebbersts Scott, Tijfln,
JVcw Fallund Winter
ay nes & Sons
ARE now receiving their immense stock
XJ.Fall aud Winter Goods, aud celling tlietn
ISO AWFULLY LOW!
that H ha stirred up quite a Commotion in 'certain
quarters. Keep Cool, gentlemen ttie people have
had enough ot one-tora ma
tiumhug and High Pricei!
Itaynes & Sona have now room and Dooda
enough for all cull nnd look at the LARGEST
and CHEAPEST fcHock f CooHa hi Fremont
Ihe like, our neighbors eay . you'll tlerertet again.
Full finrlrculars next week. Th "A Cream
ery" witl open in a few days.
jremont, Sepl. 10, "53.
WOLFE & WERNER,
iroiitc, Sign, A; Ornamental
The undersigned ofler their eervicea to tha pub
lie iu all the following branches, viz:
Fresco Landscape, plain St oruameutal aign
Painting Jtc, Iminituliona in wood At, marble
Carritigu painting, Glniing, paper hanging. From
malty j eers of experience we Hatter ourselves,
we cau give tatisfaotion to all Hint who (hall
pleaaed to give us their putrcdage.
J. C. Wolfs. Jous Wxaakn.
Rirsasacit: lo Mei'ters 5. Bifchard,
Rucklami . Co. Canfield Jt. Mitchell, L- E
Boren, C, i)oncyaon . Ortou dc Dio.intDn, Lu
cius Zta, O. L. Nimt.
Sept. 84lh. 1653. tf
THE Subscribed ha In "satijfactior 0f laying
hia friends, aud. the publio ga'er'liy, lha:
ha just completed the enlargement uf hia Grocery
Room, and has supplied it wilt, out of th largest
end most choice lot of .
ever brought ts this market, cenaisttng in part
Coffees, Teus, Pepper Spices tlais-
Ins, Nuts, Preserves of Variotta k'ndl, Mackerel,
Tobaces, Segara, and one thoQaand ether articles
atuallv kept ia tiich eetalilisments.
He hat also jdat received from th East, ..large
and choice lot ef
Brandln, Winlt, Giit, Whiliy, Alt
V., which will be sold at very Ibw Agaret.
The publio are respectfully invited to est!
kamin hi good and price before purchasing
) w her, aa perfect aUifotia em be give.
frrnnat, fer. 15, UHi
N0RWALR & CLEVELAND
Change of Summer Arrangement.
On and after MendaV, Aug. 99th, 1853, Pas
senger Trains will ma daily, (Sunday excepted,)
sirs Sisfi'Si mt
o. . 5 a- - e- a.
v v k " r - - - o P o to o e. f!
ww wouooo0ow0t0"o M
VI Ql QS
t t a
b Vs p
a . -
o c o
o c w
U ts to to JS J-
o en Ve '
O) "5 Ol tn O
C S C
' 'o i. K O B W O 13 O O P 1 W
eo o o o o o
o V Vs O ea
o v, o o u o
cn oo M fq
w - O O O Cd
- - - . .
O tA O Ol tit oi o
a t x t
Accomodation Train stow at fill
Dav Express atop -only at Oberlin, Norralk.
Monroeville, fiellevoe, Clyde and Fremont-.
Night r.xpreis stops oirlr at Oberlin, Wake-
man , Towuteud, Not-walk, Monroeville, Bellerue
Clrde. TTeTncrrl and fcimore.
Connecting at Toledo dffeclrv wlm Trains of
tne niichigan acratnern Koaalo andlrom vhtcsgo
and the west, and forming a Tine in connection
ith Chicao and Rock Island Railroad and
Steamers on Illinois River, to St. Louis.
At Clyde ith trains of mad River and
Lake Erie Road for Sjndatky City, Dayton, Cin
At Monroeville with Sandaskv, Mansfield and
Newark Rattrosd, fnrSanifaekyCin-, Shelby June-
lion, Uoluinbus, Newark and Zantville.
At G rnftnu with Cleveland, Columbus and Cin
cinnati Rowd, fur Cleveland, Shelby Janctian, Co
lumbus aud Cincinnati.
At Cleveland W-Hh Lake Shore Road, "via Dun
kirk, for Neiv via. Cult.ilo, for New Tork, Albany,
also fur Weatera Rond and Boston.
With Cleveland and Pittsburg Roud.for Pitttbhrg,
Wheeling-, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washing
f reight forwarded promptly, at fair ratee.
1'.. O. l'IHLL.11'3, supn
sup't's unite, t. a. at c;. k. it.
Norwalk Aug. 2. 185.1.
first a u Rival or tAcseasoM
ssV. USrSBL J9k- KB
rllE MAMMOTH STOCK is daily nrtiv-
ing, aud the old Regulator ia moving oft" with
flying colore; the extra two roda which we have
just added to our itrore Room, is creating immense
excitement among the entire community, and the
nwh is beyond precedent. Everybody goes to
Head Quarters, and should the whole country con
tinue to do all Iheir buainett with the Thirteen
Rod Establishment, as they have done for the
past four weeks, we shull be obliged to bridge the
ind th River, open our doort on the east bank,
atublish n Telegraph Office in the rear, and sell
Good by lightning.
Thai beautiful clean Vngar, twenty ponndi for
ne dollart Coffee at ten cent aud Nail five
Jotlars per barrel, 1 what -
Trouble Veit Old Line 6' nighU?
t ii,tiowvr generally auderaloed that the last
meeting of Ihia Ord Cembinalion broke up in
row, trier being a ditfereatie of opinion a to who
should be the fighting cock the coming year;
Ihoae imrneae bumps, with tlie Smoke House at
tached, claimed th stand, while another partv
laid in their claim, on the ground of havtug adde a
a new Ice Cream Baloou ou stairs: as thev Could
not agree, tlii old Thirteen Rod Estetliioinenl
agrees to settle tne hitn. Dy giving the wliolo cai
HAIL. COLVJlBIA! .
from matt head down. Look out for a ripper this
Fall. W shall, however, hop to tort Cp our
neighbor, in the Way of small article, ae uiual.
and pay them Cash for all kind ef ProdOCO
tho tarn at Farmer.
O. L. RIMS 4 CO.
Fremont, Sep .. 3d. 33.
SlittvinK & Hair Dressiuz Sa'i00n
LoitDtV LOWEFif- '
Coins v bearded Gentlerp
'.All .ll.nrl if -nrt h...
a ftp lo Upeiif
th Barber. Wha r t.u . ym i'v-h-ir.
and while he kin''
1 T amnAlh,, fh, e-tl.l. mim
ease aud comfovi to, the hint th Harter. Who
bow. to all t.,1 nter jn ,nd nj,pe, yon , hi
hop will r appear. They keep their raxor
bright and Veen. Thcy ehs'v their customer!
c.ean, they make them, ISuk youth of Seven-oen;--the
Barber. Who rehovatea vour Ioub
tail blue, your panlanjtfn and waitlcoat loo;
They are Ideated on th West aide of Kaln t
opposite BirWitrd' new block, YoA will alwav
find them there, who, whv tit a Barber, ready
. it. . - -
ana wining 10 serve yon
rphe firm of June & Curtis it this day eitsolvkd
oy mutual content.
rtib unden'igned hav this day farmad a part
X nrhip in the Foundry busini at tha old
itand nf June & Curtis in FVerannt wbera tb
buiUM dl tri former Arm will he eltld.
. DAVID JUNE.
DANIEL L. JUNE.
September 80th, 1851 3t ,
Si nsrtarii neantisjiri at m &
Tu.ia.Mllw M heaaa.l ft . U.a . A
0s" 5 jis." 5 S S : 2.
wwt.tsw- wee as a ' tanfl K u.
Oot I. '53,-tr
f rt:rr. - -
n 1 i i n jiii i
WhoUtah Dealer I in
Dry Ooede, Millenary and Tank Motiena,
No, 67 0Mpcrlr 8trtt -
CLEVIXAND, 0. -
Aug. 90, 3 8 .' . ,
GOIMIAM St APMX,
Nald Superior Street, CEVELASD, O,
Sod Biscuit, Beaton, Batter, 8ogaf and Pio-nlc
Crackers, Taney and Plain Ca'ies, Candies, Ao.
WHOAKIltl A!D HtTAIt. IltALKRI 1
Dry Orocerie. Foreign and Domestic Trait and
Preserve, Almond and Nute, Willow Wagon
and Cradle, Clothes, Market end Work Jlaskets,
Ac, A c.
Aug. 30, S3. Sin
A. S. GAUDiKU.
Importer, and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Crockery, China etnd Glatt Ware,
Argentina and BjiUnnia Ware, Solar and Pin
Oil Lamps, Looking Olaaaee, oVc, ., .
Xo. lai Superior Streets -CLEVELAND,
Ts P. ROSS, Proprietor.
Corner f Superior and Merwla Streets.
Aug. SO, '53. 3m
Dealer ia imported and Derate tic
C5gtr), Tobncco, Pipes, Tobacco Botes, La
bels, Ribbons, tnckt, Snuff, Fine-Cut
Smoking nod Chewing
Tubncco, &c, -&o.
Xo- 4 I'lilon Sitreot,
Mr. Mora ofTora better indaceinents te par
ch tiers than any house in the city, in the ahupe
of Article which will answer the letter ef their
recommendation. Call aad see.
Aug. 20, '53. Cm
CLOTHING AT WHOLESALE!
WF. are new receiving the Largest Slock ef
Cloths, Cass i meres, VestHigs, and M kinds
and quilitioa ef
Evar brought to Mori hern Onto; which w par
pose making up, Into el kinds ef Garment suit
able for Men' and Youths' wear; aud express
ly for the Wholesale Tuade.
Country Merchants will be cnoinlting their in
terest by calling aud Examining oar 6'tock be
fore purchasing elsewhere, as we are ealiafied
that wec.u cell Goods on better terms than any
other house in the city.
Give us a call and tee for yourselves
O. W. MORSE & CO.
Xo. 3, S, 7, and , Dxcli tango UaUth
ins, CLEVELAND, oilio.
Aug. 20, '63 6m
GEO. WOUTIII.XGTOX, & CO.,
No. I, Central Duildinii, Corner Stijericr nod
Dealers m Foreign and American Rati ware,
Cultleiy, Iron, Nails. -Steel, Glass eiil
White Lead, et the lowest mar
Also, A gen la Tor Moll's Agricaltetal Farnace
and Dairy Stoves, and K. I, Gaylor'! Fir Proof
Aug 23, '53.
U K- WEllS.-
MroRTXR alto vi'HO'L.SALs;tKAi.rtt Iw
re, Cutlery, Nails, Glase, Clnwtos
Ludlow's flatturm Scarce, &0.,-&c.
No 3 1 Bank St feet,
Aufj 20, fSX3M
Wholesale and Retail P-aere in
HATS. 'CAPS anii lURS, &c, Ac,,
XO. S Srtpotrl '5trTet
This House offers by far the best (ndacemenls
to buyers, tu Ireepmg tha axtT'otwiua, at the low
est potiibl price. When you visit Cleveland,
call and examine cur very extensive stock. Coun
try Merchants csn buy of ns as tow a they can
in New York.
WORTIHNGTOJi A 6TAIR.
Aog. 20, '53. Gin
JOBBERS OF F0REIdi. & DOMESTIC
No. 48 Surtr.ioii StnEar.
(Two door above Ealrance of American Hotel.)
t tevKtAND, Dnro.
At Wholetale only. Will duplicate New York
Bill- Oood to-ek of Saddlery Hardware an hand.
Jone,4, '53 6in.
"Vf OT1CE ia herobv e-iven that lha Annnal Air
ll ricnliural F r for Sanduakr cottntr, wilt r-j j
held at Fremont on ihe 12lh, 13th and 14th day
of October next. A premium lilt will be nn .
lished fonr weeks previous to the Fair. Ih ti
ixen of (aid county, are requested to fctr fc't ,h
Store of S. Ouvkland &, Co., iu Freo-on't am nav
JheiY subscriptions of on. dollar r.ceiv.'th".
Treasurer's certiGcaie of memb- fox tU
ilin t'aa it Ia l -
Sec. Office, Sept. 1. IP
IlLvarr n.,liih!. W,.rHI,l ma f . -
tha coldest weutlier -we ak oar Tiien!t Ind
er cry body who are ia went of a pumn to rxarn-
tliia arli'ule at tha Hardware Store of the Hoyt.
CAS FIELD i MlTdlELL.
r"The Scliool examinert for Saftdnslr
X, wiil meet at the ofjca ef O. W.4 C, 8,
Qlick on Friday, flie 3 lh of Sent', and fur nidi
consecutive Fridays thereafter.
Ail persons applying for certificates w!M hsve
to pasa a eutislory exaiuinstiou', jii Ort) ograpliv,
Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, and
Ekoliih Caiafein, aud oa other need apply.
No certificates will be issued oul-v ou the davs
of a regular meeting cf the boat J. . .
. ,x . tt, W. OfilCK.
Clerk of the Uoa.d.
Fremont Sept. 17lh 1S33 9l -
Tctltton oi Piorcc
Uuldah Gilbart Jlu SaadusVyCodnty Court (if
V , i Common Plea But of Ohio
Milton Gilbert) Petitioa f6r Diverse,
The ssid Milton Gilbert is hereby noMBed that
Pepoaiitol! Will be taken ia the abuv connty by
thsPelinner, at the Office ef Stephen Porter a
fj'rtict f the 1'easSlA the tewni'iip af Sylvtnia,
County of Lnca tnd slats of Ohio, en th 19th
day of October lb.53, betweeA Ihb hours of
O'clock A. Mi a 8 o'clock r. .Mi Ind will (
aoutinued fioin day to day between the in
hoirt Outil all be like.
, - - tTtTLTMH CttflEltT.
' By BUCKLAND St. EVERETT,
' i --' ' i her Atty.
. Dated Sept. 10th 1833.
A t my Inatanea a t(aebink was
this day (a-
JTX. teed by Aattia B. Taylor
a tnatio ef the
pease a Sanduakr Tewaeais. Siaduskr Countv
Oliie, agaiust ihe property aod efT.-ou a Willun)
Karabner a noiiretideul df aald eonutf .
PrtedthU'lQtUaa afSaptemW A.D. 1 84).
r : ' eve raAiicio ,
Alarg arrl ,. cf chkjDi puinp ree pj fc
' f. & roller Tor chain pump.,
it ''"k ,noirift ui to b. nH tlial
wintjg l j reuder tin vervpjpalar pump.per-
Uy C EDOXRIO.N, brrAity.
" 'ft rtW.th.t.'il (lu; pcupfr.'of " , .
And adjoining Cotinttcs to tliu ixct
. . -' that ' ' ' :
HAVF.jurt received their Spring Stcwhof Hard
ware. Iron and Store, Ac. Bosghl let end
rfrjr lot. We have determined te give th Far
men an old fashioned benefit, by telling en Aat
difd foni of Hardware on the low prewsur tytnv.
Iron ef every alispe it still higher than ai than time
laatseason.bat we are determined te make) mt
profits c lose, eo at I bt ing evetylhiaf eear the)
price ee the ia iriff milott. , , . t. a ' f
We will ala any, that It n ear Intention . be giva
farmere th benefit of soy fnrthee declin. ia lb
eastern market . ... . ....
By an arrangoment wilh an Eattera Factory, t)
enabled to reduce the prtoe ef nail. $1,00,
M,00per IMlb.i -
tron La experienced n icy slight dcelind, aai
ajccordingly etfer ,
IRON ALL ROUND,
Fot' tVagoHft .
AT IM PER 109 LBS.. .
Hose Trimming. Price Reduced, Cahiwet
Trimmings, Harness Triosuilogt, Carriage Trial
minga, aiiee r innings.
C ,rpe alert, Coopers. Masons, Harn sad flat)
dla Maker, Shoemaker. Tailor nnd Cabinet
Tool ef tlie mnet approved aianufactnr, etc., we
telling them very low. A large and feawrwl
assort meal f hardware, which for Variety aod Cl
nest for our market cannot be eioelltd. . ,
Tin Shopll "
Oar Tin Tin Shop It run by experienced work
men. We can put no eave trough and conductor
abort notice aud warranted til be substantial.-
Buildingi roofed with tin on the ulan which re-
eivd the Diploma at the late fair. A large ae-
ortmcnt ol 1 in ware ou hand aad mod te enter.
0 0 Stores of 20 different paU
tern, Most approved stylet
Partor. Htoi t8, Regit
tutors und itox . --
Sfet'r - " ;
Call Irort you luy m State.' '.
In conclusion we tender eur th.inka t th ttt -ten
ef Sandusky for the Upport they has tii
ered utin-oitr etTort te eelablith an ielu;
Hard war trade in Fremont, aud a our esiablii
mem is acknowledged to be an honor to th tew A
wtiichit ia lecitod, from th extensive atvk
and fin appearance,) we have ale inadail ties
fit to the coromunr.y ircnrrally, by keeping a gn i
sloe's, nnd (tiling at low figures. With oar teret
Bow we remain Yonr Friends.
CAN FIELD V MITCHELL. ,
Bncky Bl:k .
TSigtt of th radtseli 5t Slot- 'J
Freinnnt, July 18th. 'S3 tf. ' '
AtlaiiKcatotl0. , - -
ALL persn-n intrteeted will Ink bet V I Set
Georg W. Tnylnr, en the I Ith day of A
guat, A. 13. Mo3, obtained un order of attach
ment from Amu Fena, a Justice of theTeaCe fnf
Green Creek township. SundUsky eourilr, Ohin,
against Hoea C. M.nhnni for right duliare and
twents-'lhiee cents, wbreli order ha ben aerved.
andtetnrned. O. W. TAtLOR. -
SWm. Rv, Attv. - --
for Pla.nl r
. AttAclieDt Aotlca- ...
ALL perand ii:t.-rled wiil take uetice, tfc-lt
on the I8ih dV of AutUit. A. D. IMS. tt'.U
liaiu H. Willie tibUined an order uf ttrhinea'
from Amos Fenn, a Justice of trie ifeac fer Urwe't
Creek lownshrp-, baudnsky eerily, (Ibiw, agsruat
llosca C . Maaham. for fifteen tkllat. whirh. c-
der has been served acdretumedi - t c
WM, H. WILL1.
J Wuii Rav, Auy.
Aur.X lPi3. J, fur PUrntifT. '
The rtiemberaef the Saudueky Agricitltnraf
ciety will rr.eet at tha Court Uoaae in Fr.4
tnontvn Monday the t'Glh dav af Sept. IBI.at
one o'clock P M. to elect a President,- Vic
President, Trensurer t Secretary, and five man
agers for the enauing yes na peraita will be en
tilled to tt Vote wit hunt having first paid hit mem
berthip fc of oae dollar.
j. l. CAPPER, Bed. '
By orroflhe Rnard. ,
A Brlcttlttlrnt Noiltlti. ',V 7.
rtiha fine thorough brerf Shan HesBad liu
X ham Bull, owned by the Sanduakr Ounr
Agricultural Society will b aold te the' bet u
deron the fair grotrti-'.ou tb second dav ofth
Tair at one o'clock V. "j , ' ,'
Sec. Office Sept. q rtAWSOX, PretU
'"T'H'.S ia th name of vonJcfui aad ry ri
X jrl yogucrrrotypt eat inrented by . F!
cl' e'r .'f Philadelphia; Pateuted in March iae'l. In
'.time Caae, two u clurei, iubt alike, are eel sii e
side, end are Viewed both at tfi m time thveng't
two small lense ,- which give the appearane nf tint
en prcttfre, and that in all the'rontttlrjfetl
iLl'F E ITStJL 11 ''
By Ihe inveuior tliey are they ar called Sm
Cr.iierreMypet, which ihay truly apfas'r te be. A
supply of them can bt fniiud at
WILES' SKYLIGHT DAGUEEREAH
raoms ovtir the t'orl OlSce, opposite the Crngiiaa
Houie. . A. O. WILtv.
Fremont July IS, 1553. --.
Sato ol Ileal
ON the 25th day nf OetobeV. 1SS3, at S vV'-VW
i'. iil. , at the door of the Court !!. in Ti
mont; will be sold to th higueet hidiler.the fc!
lowing rhl estate ta tbe properly ot leeyvn Jvlwi.k,
deceased, n wits . - ' ; . . .
The uuiiiViiiod one fuurth part of th nanh-re"!
quarter of fiartional aecliou numbfr Iwedve 1
touhip Ne, 6. range nomlier fifteen IS c -:' -t
ing pigatyacrs. baid one fonrtij rpxu,d ai ii
Also, the niidivided ana fourth part af the. bin t
AM part of Ihe adAih-weet quartet af frxmiiial
section nuuiber on (if, in tewnehip biiinWr .'ivel
(3 j. raug nneen po, et pTaunng aevwni
niuety -four ene hmtdiedtlt acre, tiafu eu- filAllt
appraiteN al Hj ddll.i're and 7 ent. At! In Siulur
ky couuty, Ohio.- JAMA.S VALLETTA,
Admr. af J. Merits.
Angus. - It53,
10. It S ,A D m
I wish lo g Writ, aid
aril! lull -, llWi'V?
X need eearcely eay
t th eorampuiiT , i)Mi iu
iud I. .good ana, businea pra umblc, Lieoa
bargain la b lied until sold out ,,-.-, ,-
v . . , JAMES DOUCnUtlV;
t; Atlachmont Xotlce. ,'
LLpersoa iMterested trill take rmii.f.tVW
ijonalhan Am, rt the eleven th de uf tiijf .
gUtt. A. 1). IKS3, ublained aa order ef
ment from Auto Fenn, a Jnetire of tha
of Oreeh Creek tewnthlp, Randakrete)il W, Obw,
forth sbiri ef .- . eo.'lsra nga'inat II i C.
MaJtham, which order fcs be a served tid re.
turned; .- '. A VF;
f Wm. K.y: Attv. '
Ang. 30, 1833.
i eBii-KBUt dividend Of 4 per cent., an ea:l
XI thar ha ban drkslarad paval.le el ihe la oar
Li Pctaher uexL J AMES JUdl lCt:. t'leaV
Ji ii. f its, I re-M.
Fisuiwa, et t, '33,