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?V t ounce ! thei-linens of Sanrlmky and ad
joining erfi!ie,1lliat they tiave Just retpiisHed
their Onwry with a larga and complete .lock,
and ere naw prepared to supply all eha msV (aval
them wild their patronage-, wilh any thing in their
tin, at reduced prices. Their stock consists in
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s"9ar.ji V, :
Yppcr.i ,yflMtn, . Tobacco
together wild ft large and eiiperior assortment af
:'' jiiailSSp ,'. i,v
ifdfs. refirref laif o Jim. They keep on
and ara.tneriof article f r t ,
WINES, BRANDIES & G.N,
whicll will be old (licnpor Ibaii the same ar
ticle can be bnnghl at anv oilier establishment iu
l'rtniont. They have aiso a choice lot of
br tha barrel er g alloo
; the bestarlicle !n town.
tha aesvrltea of oilier
to the contrary notwilh
Iicmonadc. IUcnd.Or-onk nnd Door,
nan b found at their Grocery at all .buaiuess
Kept constantly on hand.
, Jremoirt, July 10, '53 Cm.
T A B LIS DM EN T!
MPIIE undersipnoil beijs lenveonco more to
entiounce to the cltiieim of Fremont and i-
oiniiy,thnt hs liaa jart reciiiveil and ia now open
ing, a splendid assortment of
' - N E W O O O D S ! '-
-Conciatittpof Broad Cloths ,Calrneres, VeM
liifs, Bsttinotfl, Tweed, and also a large uss ort
JIE.1DY-3IADC CliOTIIl.VO, '.
IIlltR nnl t'npi, Boot and Sh nm, Surpen
lera, Clove, t'ravU. Shirli, Undcr-sliirtc,
I)ruwr, Shirt Collars, and alto -
t :u'. - TKHIMISfCSSi
of every dcacrintion and quality. The ahove ar
(idea Will be aold a' heap as they can lit bought
in any oilier eatabliahment in this town, for (W
or country produce. The pnlilic are invited to
call and examine my stock before purohasiug
elsewhere, rs I am bound not to be -
IfndersolJ lj Jew or Gcntih!
Don't mistake the place! one door North of
J..1 ..Moss' More, whera ua may be I ouud at ail
reasonable hour toady to wait on customers.
, April 14, '53. . W. II. KRI DLER.
fv ";.'. 1852!".
SANDUSKY BOOK BIXRERY!
THE Subscribers would respectfully announce
to the citizens of Sandusky City and vicinity
that they have puronsed the Book Hinder)', form
erly carried en by C. L.. Derby Jk Co , and thev
are now prepared to execute any orders in that line
l bu8oss. i hey . profess to be practical work
mea iu every braueh pertaing to Uook Ilindin.
Work entrusleo 4o their caro warranted to be well
ad neatly done. Tarticulnr attention paid to Uiud
ing Periodicals, Music, Newspapers, Macaxines,
an a auperb rnauner, either plain or extra eill- Uld
Jiooks of every descriptiou rebound. Jlnvine on
hand a superior stock of paper of every size and
miality they are prepared to manufacture lilank
Cooks of every descriptiou ruled to any pattern
tlceired. - ?
Paper ruled at prices to snit the times. Book
Ihndery at the old stand over the Bookstore of C
L. Dsrby & Co., Caswell's Blnck. - .
Jane, 26, I85 ly ' MILLER 4 KIES.
N. B. Those havine work of tbeabove desnrin
tion to be done, can leave it at the Book and Drug
Store of S. Bucklaud Jr. Co., who are our aulhor-
aed agents. : - ... .. ..- , :
ARRIVAL OF NEW-GOODS!
Who Sells Cheapest In Fremont? ;
THIS question so often asked by the pnrchas
rnir Public, we will not preanme to answer.
But would eay that we have just received a New
ad select Bloc or - - . , .
- Dry Goods!
Fortlte Spring and Summer Trade, which it ia our
intention to aell at such prices aa will at once -convince
trvery one, after a thorough examination,
tnet we are seiiiiur goons extremely low., . ,
v Aa it la enr determination to clntt out our entire
lock during the coming season, we flatter our-
'elvet, that we shall be able to contribute "Mate-
rial A d to all tlioso who are disposed to tray
roods cheap. , .
. Onr stock consists of a gi a at variety of Fashion -
able Dreas Goods; such as . '
Da Lai a es, . . Beragei, Ginghams,
Printa, v' i ' Lawua, . '. Ve, in.
'"'CasTimete Bhawle, Crane." '- Black Silks. ' '
- rnni waaiimere.
Print De Laiues, Set
,,".,-, Clack Silk Mautillaa , . ,. ,
, Lncea, ,, t v Muslins, . ,-
laibroidecy, . . flosetery,, s
v sjiove", dec. ,
raw Goods, .. . . . Ribbous, ic.
A AfiaH assortment of Snmmer St off a. Brown
aUid Bleached oheetinga, Drilling, rickiug, to. .
Scflinr at preeeat New York Prleee.' J
. . .. .- - McLELLAN & McGEE.
- Fremont, April 30, 1839.
TXEALER in ROOTS . 1 1 0 F.S. II E A D V
'XvMade rkstltiiiff . lint, i'apa una
"Vioisaa ol every - variety or ivle and yualny,
to Uuefcland's Block, Fremont, Ohio, -
tta, takes this method to rehire thatike to the
public for their liberal patrouage, and hopea, by a
iose attention to thr wants, lo merit a eonliuu
' aiDce of the -same. - 1 '. .
' lie has jost reoived a more extensive assort'
tneol than ever before, eobsisiing In part of
Boots and Shoes!
,. ef the La tost sly la. Hats ad Caps of live same
(. Every variety ', ..
FFAHY - M A n F n OTHSMil 1
mwm ri ae www .
. Broad Cloths, Caasimeres, Joans, Liuuena, and
every variety of Summer Cloths, Coat and Vest
Trimsnioga, Shoemakers Kila, Upper au4 Sole
At) ef which baa been selected with especjal ref
orencelotbe wanta of thiscoininuuily:
. lie atA has in him emulov th beat workmen In
the txioty, both in TaiUring and Shoeinaktu j.
vre, Twrts; ranis, uoexsaaa uneas snadeto or-
"der, and work will bar warranted lo fit aud to an
w recommendation. . 4
- Cash, Batter. Eggs, cVe. V. received ia ex
change for goods. -- .
- Fremont, April 14, '53. CJ D. HALL.
VHKMnxr A INDIANA H UOAD.
1SJU1 bMau)i Pvt" tha 'lociholders
jit of the i'ituojl and lodiaua Bail Eead Com.
A ,eny that U par MiUura f vtiut Wptitl stock, aub-
,'ef.ribej to Mil aonipsuy, must be paid, la-the
it nut vt pti or brfu.r pis raidsy oi B;pleir
nextj and tis I ke ouiuunt of tan per cauluui be
xiaid every Utyatajri Ibareatler null I tUafuil
'ainouulof subsoriplieua shall be fully said. . : .
. . liy ordar of Iba Directori ruade at Ilia T
ltlV. In e'ln.lljiV.
Treaa. T, oVLR.il.
. Aug. 8lh mXs
MOiiaOE'S Touic a certain eara for Favs
ad Af uaforaaleoalyal t --it
UcclJLANu St CVi.
Cloud & Garvin!
nFALCriS fa Fancy ani Stiple Dry Goods,
Groceries. Queen's Wsre- e Innre rn'nH anlen.
li) tortnirnt : also Hardware, a good stock. .
The nilentrnn ef the people of fanilukv cenntv
Is invited h ear large and. well seleetti assort
ment or . -
IVip SnrtHS' Goods:
just received. f - ,
in ottering our Goods to tha Public, we are con
frdent that a more varied and splendid stock can
not be fuUndia thia pnrt ef Ihe Stale, - - '
An examination of the fa, it la. Quality ami Pri-
tftot our C'ooda cannot fnil of saliafying the closest
buyers that Una le the place lo make their purchas
es, We hinke n effort to humbug the public by
holding out the Indooemeiit lhal we aell "chrnjrrr
than lite cKcapnt," n selling one or two leading
articles ineiely to -bail customers,' intending lo
make it up on other articles, r The public may rest
assured that we sell the most desirable Goods,and
tuiformly Low pricoa nnd no Icvl
'. : - aiion. . -. , :
The Ladies will a'wavs find at onr Store the
TI1K FtXEsTLOT OF SILKS in the town, and
a very choice ' '
Assortment of Irra Goorts!
Of the Latest and most benuliful styles, such as
Beragea, and Bernpe l Laiues, Ginghams, Mer
rimack and French Prints, Mnslins, Cambrics
and Laces of all kinds, Uudersleeves, Chemixelts,
F.mbroideries, Dresa Trimmings, Gloves, iloisery,
tdiiigs, lldkfs., Kibbnnn, c, Ao. - r .
A'.so liroad Cloths, Cussimeros, Satinets, Vest
ing and a large asaorlment of Sprin; and Sum
mer (Jnoda for Genllomon's wear, aj aya on hand
throughout the season.
While crape, Silk. Brocha and oilier rich and
benntiful styles may be fonnd here.
Irish Liu- ns. Double D:unnsk Table Cloths,
Drugirels, Sheetiuga and Shirtings of all qualities
and prices constantly on hand. All kinds of
. s'aajsaBsjasis. .
Tak tn in exchange for Gondii; also Produce in
exchange. - 01,000 St GARVIN.
A. G US J) 11 OF
cm ow e&
WB HAVE removed our Store lo Sharp tc
Shomoo'o New Brick Block, where we are
opening out a
LARGER STOCK, GREATER VARIETY
and Goods ofbelter quulily. than hertofore ofTared
in Ihismurkot, purchased In New York with cash
which we now respectfully invite the citixena o
Sandusky, nnd Ihe adjoining counties, to call and
examine. The attention of Ihe Ladies ia especial
ly directed to our great variety of
magnificent Dress Goods
Silks. t?atius, Paris de Crane. Silk Grenadine.
Silk A Minnies, new slvle printed Burare. Chani
Beraee, a large lot of French, EnnliBh and Ameri
can Lawns, superior to anything in the market.
uerage oe i.uines ol Ihe newest styles and most de-
siruble pallerns. A superior assortment of French
anil other Uinghams the most beautiful patterns.
Mohairs, Poplins, plain figured and changeable
Alpnccas;also, superior Black Silk Lustres Alpaccas
a iurge nnu general assortment at
Crape, Borage, 'i'll.bel, Slradilla, and Silk
Shawls. splendid patterns, and the ladies cannot
ail to be suited.
The gentlemen will find a good assortment of
broad-cloths, - Cammcres, Satlinets, Jeans,
&C of the finest quality, which will be sold cheap.
Coats, Pants, Vests, of every varioty, from Ihe
finest broad-cloth lo tho cheapest fabric, which call
and will be sold cheaper thau cuu be alfuidjd iu any
other store any where.
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS.
in great variety, from the best to the most common
quality warranted will mnde and will he sold
low. A fine article of Shoes for the Ladies, of the
best and latest patterns. Call and See.
A large variety of Swiss Muslins and Jackonets,
French worked goods, Bonnet Itibbons, Parasols,
Gloves, Iloisery, Eiuhroiderad Swiss, Calicoes,
Chintz, Muslin, Bed ticks, Flunuuls, &c, &c.,of
Coffee, Sugars, Teas, Spice, Pepper, Melasses,
Tobaccos, nnd nearly every article in that line of
tha best qualities. .....
As above remarked, all my goods are new, and
will be sold at onk price. So give ua a call. Per
formance every day except Sundays. Door open at
half past S A. M. Performance to begin at 6. Ad
missiou free, children half price. No postponement
on account of the weather. Never wua there such
an opportunity aince tha day a of Solonian to gratify
Ihe eyes and mind with so little expense.
As for prices, "there's no use talking." We sell
so low we are afraid folks may think we steal our
goods! But don't be afraid, friends come all, and
you ahall see what you shall see. Give us a call,
and we will suit you lo any thing in our line.
...... A. GUSTORF.
Fremont, April 30, 1852-
O" Be sure to recollect the place, one door soulli
ot lanlield oc Mitchell's tlardwaro Store.
91'Iicaa s volcanic Oil Liniment.
, - For Man and Beast.
This Liniment is the very best article that has
yet been offered to Ihe public. Beihg chemically
prepared, it is warranted not to peparate. Where
fitinneli, paultiea, ointnuult and other Linimentt
have beeu tried in vain this chead and valuable
Liniment wiil give immediate relief, ft is infalli
ble for JihnmnaUmt,Bruix$Swellingi, Vcr.rt,Hurns,
jm ar, ri(i irounm, miTcncu oj iwws or JtJut
cla, 6V.c ' ' ... . . .
. . For Horse.
llhaa been need with wonderful effect enrine
xtrH,Jtingbone, Scratehet, Saddle and Collar Oalli
Cftnes, MiJTntuo li enknrn in Ibier joints, Swell
ingt or lormett that animals are liable lo from in
juries or act i dents. It haa a wnndorfnl annihino
iufluence upon both man and beatt removing anv
I I ! I IT" , . " . '
iuuoi pains mi uiuxrerrae now aevere. I he artic
le aud certificates ofils efficacy can be bad of the
inuowtng agents.. .
8 AUCKLAND Av Co. Fremont, O." Wheldon
A- Rhodes Sandusky city, O. -. . - - '
Khol A Thome, north. west corner Fourth and
Vina Sts., Cin., O. , Western Ageats.
At the Old Stand of
JOHN R. PEASE,
- -. - - - LATE
Pease & Roberts.
THE SUBSCRIBERS have entered into part
nership, for the sale of STOV12S and the
manufacturing and sale of .. . ... .
Tin Copper nd Sheet Iron Wart!
Togalher with snob, other articles aa are usually
keut in a Stove and Tin-ware establishment
(Tney have just received 10 different kiude of -
; Cooking Sto tcs,
Of various sixes and prices: soma of which are New
and desirable pallerns, te which they would tnvile
the attention eft bo citizens of Fremont and vicini
ty,,. . ..". :r. - - ' I
The former friends and patrons, of tha above
meutioncd firm, together with the commamity gen
erally, whe are in want of articlea in oar Hue, are
respectfully Invited loesll upoa us. '
- All kJudsof work in Tin, Copper, and Sheet iron
wHI ba dona with dispatch, at reasonable pricss,
and warrauted to give aatiefaelioi. -
, , - - . JlOUER't S So McLELLAN.1
Fremont,, July 17, i5?, ., .. . ...
American Hair Hcutoratlve.
A NEW AUTICLK FOftTIl CURE OF
The ooly tiling which ia now nsed, backed by a
written guarantee. Tha agsnla are allowed la
give a wrtttep guarantee to those near bald, and a
euro will be warranted tiuo pay required. To
those who have leal their hair, we wsMaldfay, aoms
ausllrf it. v -t ' i ..-"'.'. -- t t '
U t FISH Ea t C, PtopiieU. CUesUud.
! "V' "' " "'lOEHTS. " ' - ;
S . BUCK f.A N D A. Ce . rremont. --
A. It. Belde.r.aaduskyCity. ' '
' ' ' 1.' iV et. John it, C,, TihUn, Ohia,
And I'rafgisla generally. --
fiaiueul, June 23 1853
Fancy, Musicand House-
Keeping Store! I
WE desiro to inform tlio cilizeng of this
and neighboring town, that we have
jusl opened afull stock ot Fancy and House-keep-isg
Goods aud respectfully solicit a share of their
patronage. ' -''
rniiOtlOOl. Papiei Maeh Work and
Perfume lloxes, Back Gammon Boards, Watch
Mands, Writing Desks, A t.
Also: Rosewood and Mahogany Boxes, Writing
Desks and Toilet Boxes, Terra Cotta ware of all
kinks. Parian Marble Stntuary, Walch Stands
Paper Oeighls, Spring Tea bells, Porcelain Ware,
Poit Monnaiea of eveiy variety, Ivory and Pearl
Paper Folders, Carved Chessmen, Stationery,
Toilet Glass.es Shell Combs, Bracelets, Silver
Card Baskets, Traveling C nmpanions, Parlor Balls,
Brushes of every description eVo. . ,
HOMMC'KiH-ping ArtiHcfl. A full as
sortment of Dixon's finest PLATE, vir: Tea Ser
vice, Castors, Cake Bntkele, Knives, Forks, apoona
Ladles, Fruit knives, Nut Crackers, Ac.
- Ilriltania Ware of eveiy kind, Baskets of every
character, Willow Ware inclusive of every thing.
Wooden Warp, from a Faunet to a Bool Jack.
Iron Ware, such as Steol Fire Setls, Scrapers,
Ash Sifters. Soap Stone Griddles, Coffee Roasters,
Smoothing Irons of new style,. CofTee and Spice
Grinders, Family Grind Slouea, Porcelain Kettlea
and Sauce Pans, ( mil .Scullion, brass and iron,
Oyster Gridirons, cVe -
Also, Cnke and Sugar Boxes, Dish Covers and
Toast Racks, Apple Peelers, Vegetable Slicers,
Warming Puns, Sardine Openers, Lanterns, Fool
liaths, Kline Washers, to avoid washing handles;
Toilet Soils, Water I'oler Puts, Slop and Water
Pails, Baiidelnlrus, Night and Nurse Lamps,
Swinging do. Hall Lanterns, Towel Stands, Fea
ther Dnalers, Wire Bird Cages, Fuorane Hand
Brushes, Tin Wore of eveiy kind, IJobbie Horses,
Sleighs, Bed Cords, &c. . .
Ml'.I(!. Muoical Instrnmentsof all descrip
tions, via; Guitars, Violins, Fines, Banjul, Tani
borines, Clarionets, Flageolets, Accordeons, Flu
tinas, and a complete assortment ef Sheet Music.
Pei'l linHTJ'. We have a quantity of genu
ine Luhin's Perfumery, comprising Extracts' Co.
logne and Soups, will) cut glass Cologne Hollies
of beautiful patterns.
TOJ'. Wholesale and retail.
In addilipu lo the above we liave an assortment
of l''lhing A pitnriiliist. such as jointed
Poles, Lines, Heels. Flouts, linkers, &c.
We bog leave to inform the jun.ie members
the community, ihst we have some JUMl .llo
for their especial benefit.
BOl B.NE &, TORRF.Y.
SjtriDtiSKY Citt, Feb. 5lh, 1853.
Dr. Gnysott's Itnprorcrt Extract
Yellow Dock and SarsaparlUa.
The original and only genuine preparation for
permanent cure of consumption and disenses
the Lungs when they are supposed lobe alluded
by the Iwo free use of Mercury, Iron, Quinine,
JLetatl who wish to purge the blood from imnur
itias, and prepare the eyelem to resist enidumice.
resort to "unysotl'a Extract ol 1 ellow Dock and
Saisnpurillu," which is proving itself au antidote
fur many of the most malignant diseases that flesh
is heir to, and they will never be disappointed ;
111 tins remedy 1110 punnc luitn Una ucver wavered
never can waver; for it is founded on experience
They fly from the mineral nostrums to seek hope,
life and vigor from this purely Vegetable Remedy
however broken down in health and spirit? how
ever loathsome to himself nnd olhees, let no one
despairof recovery; lot tho patient only understand
that his hope 01 physicul restoration lies only
"uuvsoii s t.xiraoi 01 1 enow uock and arsauar-
illa," and persuade him, for his life's sake, to
it, and we have no hesitation in predicting Iii
speedy retloratiou to health..
H Q-BB D B B B BB.
Tho following case of Beiiaiah Hughes is
01 me inosi astonishing ou rocurd. After forty
years' sickness, two years' excruciating torture,
the amputation clone leg, and the body aud limbs
almost a mass 01 ealing. putrilvinir, dischanrin? nl
cers. to be cured by eight bottles of GuvsoU's Ex
iracioi 1 enow jjock una carsapanllu, is almost
HEAD THK CERTrFICATB.
. Tallapoosa Co. , Ala., Jan. 2, 1853
Dn. GursoTT Dear Sir: I send you this
cenny 10 you mat your Extractor Yellow Dock
and aarsaparilla has performed one of tho moat
wonderful oures ou me that has ever beeu effected
on mau. -. ...
1 have been afllicted for forty years with irrup
tions on my legs and feet; in 1843 they eot so bud
Ihnt I had to go ouscrntches, and in 1849 I had
leg amputated above the kuee. In abcut 9 mouths
after my oilier leg broke out in large eitting and
running sores fiom my kuee to my foot, and dis
charged much offensive' matter. My groin also
broke out in large biles, which much offensive mat
ter, and at the same time my left band broke
in large running sores nearly to my elbow.
The misery that X havesutfered for the last two
Tears I cannot describe In you. I was in such ag
ony that 1 never rested duy nor night. I was giv.
an up to die, and by the heip of God 1 had made
preparation for death, and had pointed oul tu
family the place where to bury my remains.
. iu October last my son brought me one of your
botlle-wrappere; I read it, and found record of aome
wonderful cures performed by your "Extract
Yellow Dock and Sareaparilla." I sent aud
two bottles of it, and commeaced taking it.
two weeks, to my great aatonishmeat, my aorea
all become easy, and I could sleep all uighl,
thing i had uot done for two years. When 1
taken six bottlea, my aorea had nearly all healed.
My sores got well aa if by enchantment. I have
now used iu all eight bottlea of your "Extract
Dock and Oarsapurilla," and i now consider my
self well. I am at a loss for terms to set forth
worth of this medicine, or to eqpresa my gratitude
for what it has done for me.- 1 must call it ihe Sa
vior of man from miserp while living on earth. '
1 entreat all of the ufllirted to try this medicine,
for I believe it will cure any known diseaae iu
Ilia world. Lay aaideali prejudice and just try
and proclaim ila great worth to sutfariag mankind
and eutreat ilium to take it, for it will euro Iheui.
My ease ia well known in a large portion
South Carolina, Georgia aud Alabama, aud if
should doubt the above core, 1 invite thorn to
on me, aud I will show them the scars. 1 can
found ia Tallopoaa Co., Ala., one mile from Stoe'a
Ferry. . UENEJAH HUGHES.
q " q ' EJ q
Scrofuula, Syphilis, Mericurial complaints, Cancer
Gangrare, Rheumatism aud a vast variety of
. or ii2neable aud dangerous diseases
speedily aud poi feet ly cured by the use of
medicine. - u. , .
..,.'.' DwleviUe, Ala., May 21, 1852.
Messrs. Scoville Sc. Head; This is to certify
llint about the first of February last, 1 was afflicted
with dires or four painful sores on end abnat
face, some of llisin as large as a quarter of a dol
lar; they assumed the appearance of cancers,
I waa fearful they would terminate iu cancers.
About three weeks aiuce i commenced taking
Doctor GuvsoU's Extract of. Yellow Dock
Sareaparilla, aud found immediate relief from
uae. i have not taken quite two bottles, and
aorea oa my faoe are all healed up; aud those
uiy faoe are nearly s: and I truly balieaa they e-'ilt
be entirely well in a few dais. . .
I cheerfully recouimead this medicine to persons
anlicleg with any kind of eruptions or cancerous
sores. Mr general health is much improved
the use t the. medicine, "'..'. -Respectfully,
tXlCAARD B. BURK.
O" Price $ I pair bottle six bottles for $5.
i Bold by - -J. D. PARK, Cincinnati, O.
North east corner of Fonrlh and Walnut ats
oa Walnat-a-to whom all, order must
edtlresaan. iS t i- f
Bold ia Fremont by 8. BUCKLAND & Co.
'And by Wheldon i. Rhodes, Bandusky city;
Hutohlni Sl Sou, Bellsvue; W. C, Baker, Castel
iai W, Braduer, .Mill Grove;. Charles, Powers,
Weodvill 4 Foster e &. Son, Romei Hamilton
McCartney ttepublio; and 1. L. Hi. John, Tuiiu.
Fremoul, January 13, '53 I y - j-".
TTT'c r UTAi' Mi'ellilAfi." -. ."
YJAINTKD aud plain - Window Shades, with
A large lot ol New blyle
Kordonuf, for sale M
,U.tAS OV MlAiKli'l.
BALSAM FOIl.THE LUNGS,
; 1 '..FOR THK CURK OF '-I
Consumption, Decline, Aallims, . Droncliitia,
WaMliij; Of tho Flesh," Night.' Swcnta,
Spitting of I5loo, Whooping Cottgli, ,
- - iDiflicully of Urcnt liing-. Colds, - s j
" A Confihs, InfTaprusa, I'lithisie,
, - Pain in the Side, anil all ,
'' ' Disenaes of the Chvit
10,0 0 0 DOLLAR S. REWARD
tfl OFriRUD lsOli A HETTRR BRCBIPT.
It contain no opium, Cnlomel, orMinernl
nd Is Fafeforlhe most delicate Child!
It is estimated that 150,000 persons die Annual
ly iu tha United Stalea wild consumpiiuii, aud
Yrofessor F.berlysaya iliuta Vast number of these
could he saved by tha timely use of soma prompt
Dll." HALL'S BALSAM strikes at the Root of
Ihe Disease at once, end such is its speedy effect,
that any one using it freely according to directions
for 24 or 43 hours, and not entirely satisfied with
its merits nnv return it and receive back his mon
ey. MONEY WILL BE CAREFULLY Itli
tUNDKl) The most distressing cough is fre
quently relieved by a single dose, and broken up
in a few honrs' time. The afllicted do not have
to take bottle after bottle before they find wheth
er this remedy will afford relief or not.
Call on the agent and gel a pamphlet gratis.
THE TREATISE on CONSUM PTION alons
is worth mote than the price of this medicine.
Ton will nnd certificates or fUXflCIANS in
Ciiirinnali, and of others whose cures have been
effected here at home, where thev can be fojnd
'The publio have been imposed upon by reme
dies, recommended by certificates which have al
ways originated from some unknown source.
We believe that a Medieiae potscstinz real merits
will effect cures wherever it ia uaed, at home as
well as abroad. This is no Paregoric preparation,
hut one which if used In eeason will save the lives
of thousands; and persons may make thisbargain
unm agenli trom whom they purchase, that in ev
erv case where it is nsed freely according to direc
lions, and entire satisfaction is not given iu 24 or
43 hours, they can relnrn the medicine, and their
MUiN t V. mil be cheerfully refunded.
n , q . q
Weigh and Consider.
DR. HALL'S BA LSA M is no rareqo ric
preparation, but a Medicine WHICH
MA KES C URES at home, where the
parties can be found.
Tho Great Co'ttgli and Consumptive
' MUiucta y.
ucaiLn: nave you
WiVy. wuku which you are
'w?, IAT vtT-ri. neoieclniir. nnHne il
(B-'.5imVM:u"r ifr-i3l tn"f I ' only acorn
Vmon cota, ana lhal it will
uuu nra. ,tfITI Umj
Let a friend tell you, in
all kindness, what will
soon be the
In a short time, if yon continue to ncnlect vonr
self, you will begin to feel a sense ef tightness and
oppression ucross the chost, accompanied with fre
quentshurp darling poms. I'lien a dry hacking
cough will set In, and when you raise anything it
will be a thick and yeulowish, or white frothy imit
ter, streaked, perhaps, with blood. If you still tnke
no medicine, these unpleasant symptoms will in
crease, and you willsoou enve a hectic fever, cold
chills, night awiala, copious expectoration, and
llion great proslrntion. II yon still neglect your
self, a few weeks or months will see you consigned
to the grave, leaving your frieuds to mourn how
rapidly consumption did its work, and hurried von
away. Friend, have you no cause lo be alarmed!
iu tue uuove sketch, you may see. as in a glass
now every case ol Consumption progresses, with
more or less rapidity, to a fatal termination. Ol
nil the thousands and millions whom this rrreat
Destroyer has gathered to the tomb, every single
cnoo uogun wiiii a com. 11 tins hud beeu atteudeil
to, all might have beeu well; but being neglected,
under the fatal delusion thai il would 'wear ilaell
off,' it transferred its deadly astion to the aubstanrc
ol Ihe lungs, exciting there Ihe formation oflubee
cles. Another, and anolhel cold addod fuel to ihe
flame, until these tubercles began to soflen and
suponlratc, leaving by Iheirulceruliou, great cavi
ties in the lungs. At this crisis, the disease is very
difficult to cure, aud oftentimes sets at defiance all
In the latter or worst stage, this medicine , will
oftentimes arrest the disease, or cueclt its progress
and will always make the patient more comfortable
and prolong his life, aud it is therefore worthy of
trial; but in its incipient or former periods, 'Coo
snmplion is as cursble as snv other disease, and
DR. HALL'S BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS,
if taken ct this time, will cure it UAS SURELY
AS IT IS TAKEN !XD 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 is subject to cold, to keep the
medicine by you iu the house, and whenever you
take cold, do not Mel it alone' to work mischief in
your system, but eradicate it thoroughly, and at
once, by this powerfully healing compound, and
leave your lungs uninjured, to carry you iufull vigor
tc a good old age!
CONSUPTION CURED i
TESTIMONY OF A PHYSICIAN.
Messrs. Raker &, Co.:
Sins Tho publio generally are fully
aware or Ihe thousands of remidies for Diseased
Lungf, anderthe tillesof Saiaaparillas, Pills. Plas-
ters, Liniments, &c, that are daily brought to
iheir notice ihrough Ihe newspapers, bv wav of
advertisements. Myobjeol ill writiug this note
for publication, is to induce Ihe public, or at Ijast
those who are afilicted (il they will use patent
medicines), to use one that contains articlea of real
use in Pulmonary Diseases. I am conscious that,
in so doing, I am actin? most unorofe saional.v. and
derogatory to the interests of medical science and
the regular pruclitioners of medicine. '
the Medicine to which I refer is "DR. HALL'S
uALdAiu rOK THE LUNGS." I have ore
scribed it in a Urge number of cases, and always
;. t 1 . .. , y.
. . .uuch, uiib van 11, uariscuiar. 10 wnicn 1
wish now to refer, was given up by several physi
cians who had been called in consultation with
mysell. ihe patient bad all tha avmotoma of
coiiiinnea consumption, such as Celu Night Sweats
Heulia Fever, Harrassing Cough, Willi continued
paio in Ihe Lobe of the right lung, attended with
sevare Diurrhaja'. lie commenced immedialelv
to get better, by the use of the apova named med-
loiue, ana waa soon reiioren te his usual health!
1 have also found Dr. Hall's Balsam tha most
valuable Expectorant for breaking up distressing
Coughs aud Colds that I have ever used.
W. U. WKIUUT, D.M.
MORE PRYSIcilxS' TESTIMONY! ;
We the nndereigned, Pliyaicaina of Cincinnati.
certify that Dr. Wright's statements are entitled
to the lulleas confidence of Ihe public, and wacan
fully corroborate what he haa said, having nsed
UK. llALL.s UAI.MAM iu a number of cases,
with tha happiest etfeats!
. J. S. LAWSON, M. D.
- . WM. C. SMITH, M. D. '.
,.! . . . . J.l- JOHNSON, M. D. ' :
The Genuine signed, O. R. BAKER & CO.
For sale by,
- STEPH. HUCKLAND Si CO.
Fremont, March 12, 1863. ...
Sash, Doors and Blinds!
rpilE underaigned lias opened a SASH
X FAGTOIt Yr in tha ahop formerly occu
pied by J. it. Pease, ou the aaat side of tha San
dusky river, whera he haa in operatioa the latest
and most improved machinery for manufacturing
Sask, Pamul doors,: Dlindi, and Window
.. Frames! , . ..
nis mschlnery ia brought to such perfection that
tha work ia far superior lo any made by hand.
a i.a a ne uses uotliing but (Jioroagbly K 1 1
I r i ed Lumber, he is determined that his work
shall not be surpassed either in poiut of work
quality of material, by auy other establishment
theStaie FRANCIS LAKE.
Fremont, Aug. 14th, 1853. .. .
II A N O 1 K U 1, 1 good aseerlaiant,
biinug btvles, aellniK on at te-w pneaa '
Mcbl6, &3 . McttLLAN McGEE..
FINE Cloths and perfeelly ast 'colors, solliqg
tti r.i iit. mt " M,i..ii.n.t' M.i:,Hr,
ffcllMAnGIIISI'S - CKELEBTIATED
CATHOLICON rorlhn ItOliffiind
l ure ol fsuiicrlnff I rmalci v i
' ft slanda pre-em-,
. Inehtmr ilt enrstivo
'a powers in all the dia
,Vas fo which it Is
- I v culled I'tmalt dim-'
plaints 1 far enrpasa-
Csing any other mndr
tsorireatment in being
'certain, less expena-;
ive, and leaving the'
system in a better
condition. Letall in.
V teresled call and ob-
1 tain a pamphlet, free,
2 containing ample
tmrnj-mmrnmmtKllrAr proof from the most
of the beneficial results of its use; together wllh
letters from highly experienced Physicians, who
nave used 11 in their practice, and speak Trom
their own observations.
P. n. IVc-kham, M. D., Utica, N. Y. " -'
L. D. Fleming, M. D., Canadaigua, N. Y."
. M. II. Hills, M. I)., Rochester, N, Y.
1). Y. Foote, M. D., Syracuse, N. Y. -Prof.
Dunbar, M !., ltaltimore, Md.
VV. W. Reese, M. D., N. York City. ,.
W. Prescott, M. D , Concord, N. H. '
J. P. Newland, M. D., Ulica, N. Y.
S. BUCKLAND &. CO., Agents,
Druggists, Fremont, Ohio.
Sold bv all the leading Druggists In the adjoin
ing counties. Letters addressed to care of Mr.
Curtis Hatch, Agent nt Ravenna.
To I)r Marehiri ; I hare ten years been troub
led with Female complaints prolapsus , Uteri,
and all the attending dilliculties at tunes render
ing my hie most miserable. 1 have had the at
tendance of Soma of the best physicians, with but
little snccess. The most that they could do was
to relieve a enre waa oul of Ihe question. For
five months before commencing with your medi
cine, I had not been able to perforin any labor.
could walk but a few steps at a time anj scarcely
went out of doors in short, I was completely
prostrated both In body and mind. I expected to
drag oul the rest ol my days in suUenng and mis
ery: but reading your adversisement, was induced
to try yoor invaluable medicine, called 'Uterine
Catholicon," as Ihe last resort. I hod not used
it a wjek before I felt like another woman. - By
the use of three bottles, I was enabled to perform
all the labor, for six in the family, with easo, and
could walk any wherr in the noeiftiborhood, with
ouliiijury. Nothing but a feuse of duly to you
and Ihe suffering community, has induced me to
state mv case to the public; and I cansnfelvrec
ommend Ihe preparulion to all those suffering like
myseir. Signed Mrs. a Ail All A. BISHOP.
Fredom, Portage Co .O., Dec. S7lh, 1852.
J. B. Marchisi & Co., Proprietors, Central De
pot, 30lh Broadwav Yew York.
April 53, '53. ly
WESTERN NEW .YORK
COLLEGE OF HEALTH
hw.ttl rfiain Street, Bufl'alo, N. V.
DR. G. O. VAUGHN'S
THIS reMirnttxt remnlr ( oonitantl iiicronitnf iu rume bf
tlic mnnv oure it U niukinit
ALL OVER THE WORLD,
ft hut now hecoma the mifv mrdieint fur family ute, and It
ytuticulofiy m:on.u.iiHt4l lor
all fttnrc ofthfaj com pi h) tit immtMlirttdr tfHvixl, no mnttrr
uf how loti aiiiti.linit. Pamphlet fir Testimony. Tliit
ilivriae 1 a trifhtlul ;t Ciioi,kra, nntl thtt ilow ih( tlrtaiit'ti
pro-rreM of Lli ninltnly, bVn:ithi; the tystem to n ilnrt?a wliiuh
rem if. iIkj p.iiietii utWrty uituWIti tu mov, (or in on? ofiu most
k now yieltl to tli remeflr find Plirncinrw tin it nnMlcly
Rtl pnvnuls with iierffftt mi cecal. Jft nwy one who lint vtn
ail a symptom of Droiny, ol' miy cltnrh?r keep tJiiforticto
by litem, ami. it Uiey woulil avoiii tUm nniuitural .
APrUCATIOit OF THE KNIFE, '
In Tverfomte the system nntl lot Ilia ncinmtilritKl wrtttM- flow ,
avvtir. mtly to till op uvnin, anil fiunlly to eiitl in ti ilrearltul
death let lliem jiiat n iliit remedy in "e.-mon, Hiiri a recovery
b nitre., l.fJltrifin try it nt any Ptntre oftliU tliieuao, am) auartl -m
uertatti, if (Jiey will jive it a liur triul. -
and nil rfiwntM of the nritinry or turn ; for theie dtitpmrlnii
Compljtinta.it thtniU tdoiie ; no oilier firlitrlt nnn rttlirve ynu;
and the uurei ttiJid to will conviuce the nioit kepticnl ;
DEBILITY 07 THE SYSTEM,
wwilt lirtidt, wmknen nl'the KMnem, fcn.. or inHnmrm.Mon
Dl iime, ii iinmeiltrtit'ly reiivnl by a It-sv iluya' iit ul' tint
Hwutdne. find uuure is iilwujt a rem ill ot its use. It iluuds us
A CERTAIN REBIEDY -for
such ooRiplutiiu. nnd also lor rierarw-meiita of the ftmnlo
- IRREGULARITIES. SUPPRESSIONS,
Infill ttwnMriintimirV No nrti:!e h:is ercrUfett nftrtdexr
hii ivIilcU would loilrli lliin kiml ul ilwaiitfemeiita. It iniiy
Im nlfed upon m a sure find elleutivo remedy, and did we tee)
pvrmitteU to do to, uiMild Kite
A THOUSAND NAMES ' .
aa proof nf cures in this ilistreniitr; clttsa of rompltiinti. 8
pami'lilet. AH broken down, delnlituted ciiiisiiuitinm, from
Uieerteul of mt?rciiry, wdl hud the hrnctnit pitwer ul thia arti
file to act imnifili.tlelv, und the puiaoiujus miuurul arudicuted
Irorn the system.
The it imiinct properties which conipo this nrticlo, mtuxu
(est tliemwlve prtnit-'iitnrly in the upphi-aiin of the cum
pound, for the dlstremnutr iluti of conitiiiitls wit tell hi-nd
this imrnjrrniih. For c.uttint iliere lius htjen usad iu the
north oi Europe, a
CERTAIN BOTANICAL AGENT,
which In nil dxeiites or derangements of the fprnitle frame,
ilifttrut-tions, dilliiMiiiiirti, p:iii!l'l nienstrunlioiiit, h.is
eflected a cure. Tiits root is tiiilirenons lo our soil, und found
In large qiiuntilEts, und us nieiliuinul property, statu fa with,
out un etiunl ; it forma one of lha coiupounds iu the prwu;ira
tJon. which, us n whole, is the host renieily wVer civen to a
dt-b 1 Mia ted lemule ; il is sura, und tha system will Ba restoretl
fat hcallli hy its
For Out relief ol nit Sympnthettit Disuses attendant on prejr.
nancy: it allays tliose iliuuiia untl painful Irouhlee which
Olten occur both to mnrn-d and no martial ltniuls, and re
tnves those pertodicul obatruvtion which ariso Irom tak in c
colli, feu. "
CONStTMPTrOM m Livkr Comfi.aiht. fliUtnti Dta
of, I Htmmation ,tf the t,ug. Cough, Void. Hoar:
Jutght HufHis, H r.iknr.-, 4-0., lot all the diseusea no
Medicine Iru aver been iu ripiai.
CANCERS, FEVER SORES, SCROFULA, " r
aKKiyiKI JOINTS.H ART) TUMORS, und ft PIN A L
AM-bC 1 it)N3 thts Meditate Mas and is curing ths tcurst
eases; M nu on ajftieted tritA thost mnxftamts. vranjt wlker.
imitate to try tkt Meuictiu, as a cure wiil CKKTAihLT rs
anit from Us uss. thers heing no Matteine Mum brfors tha
world Us sauui. Cult on Jtgtnts and get a famphist. .
FEVER AND AGUE. .
To the Grenl Wt wiwcially, nud whatever tltes enm
pliuuu pravud, this mriJiciaw olleted.
NO MINERAL AGENT. " ' ; '
m ifpletenou compound Is a part of this mlxtarc, h eurea
theta iJias-ates with c unity and colarity,,and dies uot leave
Ute system lorpnl.
Ilk muieol roots alone, and ts purely a Vasrotohlo Prcpam
lion, un.i lius iiotlniiK in iu eoinpoaitioii which can in Uta U.uu
Injure uny prraun under any um;uintancea whatever. Nu
merons oei lilicatee of the hifliubt renpatciability bre pull!isleU
ta the pamphlets, whiuii ure uiatnbuied crntuitously
amtadulnt of n most painful ohurecter, fa
and a flare follows by r lew dnys nto of this Art tola t It ht fat
he Tore an oilier preparation fur this disease, or lor any uUkt
disease tmiiuaiiiijt from impure blood. Urn panpiiLcU .
wfH find lha ulteratfra properties of thss ariiula
" ,,v PURIFY THE BLOOD,
and drive such diseases from Uta system. Has pnmptitart fur
testimony ol cores iu ull diseuses, which the limits of an myet.
Usenaenl will not permit lo be tmmnl hrt. Axenu Rive (Jsem
way ; Uiey eeuUuo 3 panes et ovrtinoataa ul iui.ii Uianuer.
awl u suuii ii
ARRAY OF PROOF
m the vlrtaet of a medicine, never eppeured. (t ts one of lha
peculiar leaturesoi litis article thnt t nwvar fcils to benefit m
buy tuue, und U bunt and imiacisj uva tail Uf imdd apuu Jel lha
aauuiiuled aud Uuiieriiig hivulid
am) keep la kin f thf matlicine as loan u tbere is an Improve
ment. Tim pioiriaur would
CAUTION THE PUBUO
Mmioet euaiber el arttolca which uhm eat aaildtr the hatl oi
BARSAPARILLAS, SYRUPS, o
as earec for Dropsy, Uratel, tiu.i hey are kkm! for aothiiitt,
aud ooauooled to null the ui.uury t .
TOUCH THEM NOT. . '
Their in vent on never tltonxht of ourinf saoh dtsetses till thie
article hud douo iu A pariiuular study ol Ute pamphlai ia
Aaeuis and ail who sell the article are
GLAD TO CIRCULATE
aratuHonsly. ' Pot p In 80 ox. bottlea, nt 1 1 It ea. do. at
U uta- ouch the luricef holdiuv 6 01. mora UtMi tu o small bot
tles, Itouk out und uot k el impodcd jtH. Every buttle has
Vuuabn'a VenetiiUle Lithoutriplio IVliiLurw," blown opm
the t lusri, Uw written signature oi " G. C. V.yijtbn " ou lite
directions, knd " G C. Vaaglin, BuIlUIo," sUiiumsU eu tM
ark None etliar ana gonuine. Prepared by Tr. G. O.
Vuuhn, und sold at the I'rincipul Ullice, il IVltua elnat.
Hutttaio, at whMlsB(ila ami retail. No tuieiiuon given lo tellers
aattM post uanl-apot puid latlers, or vetUd iiovuwuuiattUiMiS
oIlcilUiK ail.iM, promptly alU-nded to, Aiuli-i.
WhuUalo Airw, uloutt, McKesson It Rc-Une. No. 197,
Haitlen Lane, New Vvrk v'ny ; Mrs. K. Kidder . Co., llo.
Ion 1 C. H. iinrdiaH ft (..Cincinnati ; J. l),ven U Co., Us
tooiy Ketin fc Uuy. t'liicOk Fuk k Hull, Clavolunili SL
B- Sailors. PitUbufsth 1 VVtnef U Sims, llntmltou, C. W
tid Um s;ilo by ail -.he sMpacmbie liituia uuougtwui ina
aiUat sjiisUi Mad C'aiwiata avui ax tvUtti fs c ,
, S. Buckknd Si Co., Fremont. .
Chariot Powers, Woodvilla.
3. Hutcliins Sc Son, Bellevue.
J. E. Fouko, Liule Sandusky,
And by Druggigtg generally;
Fremoot, Nov. Otb, 1852ly
, E pi li'p Fit s !
I EWJS'ifc FLETCHER'S Vegetable Conji
Jpotiml, for tba euro of Epilepsy er Fits a re
ceotlf discovered (invaluable madieiae-.puialy
Vegetable, for the cure this truly dreadful diaaaae
just recsived and fur Sale bv' ' ,'
:-r. WOOftTER, Drtiggist.J
Fremoul, April 30, '53. Jy .
at i. v . a" b , wm w
' - For tha rapid Core of
COl'CnS, COIDS, nOARSEXESS,'.
CROUP, ASTDMA, AND
Many years ol trial, liinril br Impairing
confidence in thie medicine, has won for
appreciation aud notoriety by far exceeding
sanguine expectations of its friends. Noth
ing but its Intrinsic virtues and the nnmistakxble
conferred on thousands of sufferers, could
aud maintain the reputnlion it enjoys.
many inferior remedies thrust upon
community, have failed aud been disccred,
golnee friends by evety trial, conferred benefits
pontile afflicted they Can never forget, and pro
duced cures 00 ndmeroi's and ioo remarkable
While is a fraud on the poblic lo pretend
medicine Will infallibly cure still there
sbundnnt proof that the Cherry Pr.cTORAL'does
only os a general tiling, but almost inva riably
the malrdies for which It is employed.
time makes these facts wider and bottar
this medinine has gradually become
best reliance of the afllicted, from the log cab
in the American Peasant, to the l'alacos of Un
ropean Kings. . Throughout this entire country,
every Stele, city, and indeed in almost every
It contains, Chkhrt Pncronr, is known
the best remedy extant for diseases of
and Lungs, aud in many forein countries,
coming to be extensively used by their most
intelligent physicians.. In Great Uritain, France
Germany, where the medical sciences have
their highest perfection, Chkr iit Pkctor
At introduced, and In constant use in the arm
ie, Hospitals, Alms Mouses, Publio Institutions,
iu domestic pTacticn, as the surest remedy
atlendins can employ for the mre dangerous
aflectionsof the Itiurrs. Also in milder cases,
children it is safe, pleasant and effectnalto
In fact, some of Ihe most flattering testi
monials we receive have been from parents
found It eflicacious ill cases particularly inci
dental to childhood.
Tho Chkiiht PjxTonAi ia manafactiired fcy
practiucl Chemist, and eaery ounce ofitisnnder
own eye, with invariable accuracy and care.
scaled and protected by law from counterfeits,
consequently can be relied on as genuine without
iVe have endeavored litre to furnish the com
munity with a medicine of such intr isic superior
ly nnd worth as should comment, itself to
coiuidece a namedy at once safo, e eedy and
wmcii mis nas ny repealed lid countless
proved Hsslf to be; and trust by greatcare
preparing it with chemical eccuracy, of uniform
strength to afl'oad Physicians a new agenton which
0:111 ruly fou the beat results, and the aflliot.
with a remedy that will do for them all
medicine can do.
Fi'cp:ii-C4litiilsriclbr JamrsO. Ayrc
Practical cud Analytical Chemist,
' LowEi.t., Mass.
S. BUCKLAND fe AO.,
' J.F. W00STER,' 1
30 " ' Only Agents for Fremont.
BEST REMEDY EVER KNOWN
mnn for Couglis, Asthma, Colds, Croup,
Bronchitis, Iiiflnsnza, Illeeding of the I.unos.
ri'.nt...li.. ..r i r. . n. .. .
uiiuui i , .j i iml-ui iiiuij, L.iver j reetions. l'mn
weakness of the Breast or Wide, First stages
short, this Balsam is peeulailry adopted to
Disease oi me lungs and liver, which is
duced in our ever-varying c! i mute .
Lives Saved by the vse of only Three
Bottles of " Wistar'a Balaam of
' Mf. Ebk, Kr., July 24, 1S53.
Messrs. Ilarcourt Howard &. Co. Gents;.-
Dr. Wistar'a Balsam of Wild Cherry,"
ooupht of you has been of such signal benefit
lamily, that 1 wish to make its virtues known
the benefit of the nublic
My wife took cold at tha time of her confinemenl
settled on lier Lungs. The physicians
uounced her disease consuption. She had prolusr
lit sweats and had coughs; she wae given
we pespaireu oi ner recovery, and her child
of her complaint. She then commenced
"Wislar's Balsam of Wild Cherry," and
effected an entire cure with her and
have no doubt that they would have now
their graves if Uiey had not have used Wistar'a
uaisain of Wild Cherry BE Til U. SEARCY.
Selh R. Searcy, whose certificates is above,
man of us much veracity as anv iu this countrv.
a man of good judgn ent, aud wo place
reiiuuoa ou nis eioiemeut. i -
--.r HAUCOUKT, HOWARD Sc CO
The genuine Wistar'a Balsam of WildCherrv
a fac simile of the signature of Henry Wistsr
P., Philadelphia, and "Suuford &. Park"
executed steel engraved wrapper. No
Oj Price $1 per bottle six bottles for $5.
Sold by J. D. Park, Ciuciunati, O,
east corner of Fourth and Walnut sts
trance en Walnut street to whom all
Sold in Fremont by S. BUCKLAND & Co.
And by W, C. Buker, Caslaliai J. Hutcliins
Bellevue; W. Braner, Millgrove; Charles
Powers, Woodville: Foster fc Son, Rome;
& McCartney, Republic; I. L. St. John,
city, au4 P. V. Beery & Bro., Greeu Creek.
reinont, January 13, '53 ly ,.
AS taken possession of bis Factory, and intends
carry on ana tv ooieu aim vonon .uauuiac.
in all its various branches. Ha will mauu
on the shares or by the yard. ,
CES EOll MANl'TACTUniXa
, . PEM lAUll. ....
Cassimeres and Full cloths,. ..... .... .371
Twilled Blanketing ..31
Tha chain for Saliuets and Linsey wiil be
a the above rates.
He ia also prepared to do custom at lha follow
cord rolls, '4 ols. per pound.
full and dreas cloth,' ' 10 ' eta. per yard.
weave Linaey Cud chain 1'JJ eta. per yard.
full cloth, i. - b cla. per yard.
full, color and dreai cloth 18 ota, per yard.
weave Satinet, fiud chain 15 cU. do
weave Batinet, find chain . :
full and dress,. . . 23 'cla. do
wnave Katinel, fiud chain',
ana .til, , "80 "eta. do .fl
weave Satluet, find chain, .',
full, color au dreas, ' S9 . cla. do
May 2Hth, 1B53.
JTamcs M. Ashley!
WHOLESALE dealer la Draga, ra'.ula,
1 stotis. Glass aud Glassware, Lamps,
ceries, Pare Wine end Liquors for Mediainea,
Perfumery and faucy articles oVe., Na. I, Marria
Block, Toledo, Ohio. " i i , .
AH ordera promptly altendad te. ' : -I V '
April i, 1603. 1 y
War with Cuba.
SCHVYARTZEKBERO & TRYFOOS
0A9 the pleasnre of anitonnctno; to the citixena
of Old Sandusky, that they have on hand at
their well known establishment, tha :
magnifioent and mnnJ;A ial r Dl.t j.
Ololliing, embracing Ihe latest alyleapf overceala
dress aoais, penis, Tests, drawers, Ac, which they
are ollenng at lower rates than any establishment
in Fremont dare sell, i Their stock also embrace!
a spiendid assortment of . ... . ,...
I'ieco, Goods !"
which they manufacture to order. Having employ,
ed one of the best Tnilor'a In Ohio, lo supperin
tend the Colling and Tailoring Department, thev
they are confident they can please all who may call
upen thm. Let all old and young rich and pool
drop in, and we will give them . , ;
We have also a fine atoek of irmli.. r.m.i
sacks, comforters and fancy goods.
uj iosia one and all, aud buy good clothintr
CHEAP! . ' 8
SO M W A RTENBERG & f RYFOOS.
Frmnoiit Jan. 13, 1853.
One Dollar Only,
Daguerreotypes at ' Wiles' Skylight
Over Hi Post Office. .
HAVING concluded lhal all shall have Dagner
seoiypes who desire them, 1 shall hereafter
put up pictures in good, plain eases at the extreme
ly low price of one dollar! beleiving that Ihe In
crease of business will compensate for tha reduc
tion of prices, whilo . those getting picture
ting pictures will receive moro than the worth of
their money. The same style and quality of pic
tures can now be had fur one dollar that formerlv-
coat one dollar and a half. I can say, wilhout hes-
uauon, mai i am Doner prepared for taking da
guerreotypes than any artist has heretofore been,
in this section of country, having spared no troub
hle nor rxnenss in nnrtirinir that ral.ilea tn mm.
pkle ai-parmha or mtll furnished room; and as to pic
tures, i oniy asK people to call aud see them for
themselves. Grown persons ran irel as pood nic-
lurcs in cloudy as in fair weather, and soma eveik
better, so do not wait for fiue days. Children
should come ou fair days, as the time of silting is
less. Dark dresses are best for copvintr in da
guerreotypes. Gilt and gold lockets, also every
tvle ofTancy cases constantly on hand..
Thorough instructions given in the art. and sd-
parnlus furnished on reasonable terms. Cameras
of different sizes for sale. , A. D. WILITS.
Fremont, Doe 1st, 1352. ' ,
D. Barnhart, Jr.
Mam St., a few doors North of Second, .
HAS just returned from the East with a heavy
slock of Piano's, of I lie best manufacture, aud
if Ilia highest tone and finish.
ALSO Brass and Stringed Instruments, the
best In thia market. These instrumsnfs will be
sold on the most leasnub'e terms, and warranted.
I he proprietor will not lie outdone by any other
house in Ihe Weal, this he desires everv body to
disliuclly understand. Oil in, and examine for
vonrselvea. A car will always be in readiness lo
remove Pianos to any point.
icknowledged to be the best in use. Thev ara
lire proof and water-proof, aud can ba had at pri
ces varying from jfil) to $51)0. BiiBiness men are
'iiviled to cull and examine them Uiey will ba
D. U. lins opened n large room in TifBii' O., for
the sale of Pianos, Mayor Win, Lang, Agent,
where tho best article call be had at the lowest
Also, at lueuanon, U ., A. 1 ucker. Agent, wlirre
nslriimente mnr be obtained at Daylou prices.
Dayton, Apr. flth. ......
THE subscriber having purchased the properly
formerly owned by Air li.ll. near Mr. Kess
ler's Tavern, lias commenced IlltlcUsillitll
lins "t' solicits a liberal aharn ol public patron
age. He intends to work low ' rady pay.
Please give him a call, and a w I try to givd
niiisfucliun, both in work aud i ice
Fremont, May 3, '53. j. t HULTS.
Smitb & Bush!
SEPULCHRAL Monuments and Grave Sionea
of every variety of patern and of the most skill
ful workmanship. The Best assortment of Amer
ican Marble kept constantly on hand.' I .
Foreign Marble furnished if desired on the
, shortest notice. .
Also a great variety of American and Euronan
Designs, of the most uuque and tasteful patterns.
combining beauty and . purability- Persons wish
ing to procure Monuments or any kind of Marble
work, are invited In call and give a personal in
speclionof their material aud workmanship, aa
this will be more satiaOtelory than to purohase of
Agents, r who nave no interest only their per cent)
without an opportunity of looting the quality of tha
arlic le contracted for. , . ..
Traveller Ho! ;
IF you are weary and foot-aore, caused by wear
inrr poorly made Rrrota or Shoes, noma lo ma
and he relieved of the greateet of all ef ila Shoe
which lacerate your feet. . -
I have opened a shop for tha manufacture of
MOOTS AII SHOES! f
One door West of J. F. It. Sebring'a Grooerv,
where 1 can, at all times be found, ready to do
Custom work aa Ihe shortest uotica and roost rea
sonable terms. - - .
Give me a cell and see whether these things ba
so or not. - All work warranted to give satisfaction.
Fremont, June 11, '53 Gm V. BILLAU.
AM the only Agenl in thia place, for the sale
of those truly valuable Medicines, eonsistiug of
Eye Lotion, ' - c . . j -
Green mountain Ointment, ; "
Health Bitters, .... , A :
Fevor and Ague Pills. '
. .. . . , J. DOUGHERTY.
Fremoul, July 10, 1853. ' ' '
Attachment Notice. '
A I my instance an attachment was thia day is
sued by Amos Feun, a Justice of the peace
of Green Creek Township, Saudusky Co... Ohio.
agaiuat tha property and effecla of lloaea Mas
ham , an abscond ng debtor. . fated thia tenth day
of August, A, d. max .
. . BRADLEY TUTTLE.
, ? Wm,K3vAlty.
t-., i,t . . .-, . . . for Plaiutitr,
, ...... 1'iUtnv Crtullesi .
Willow wagons and Kockjuj Horses for tha
Children. Also, Fancy Buakela for sale cheap ss
McL. is. McGEE'a.
'- ' ' i ii i i 1
RICE, ' Tobacco, Peppar, Teas, etc , by tha
quantity aud at but a small advance over eas
tern prices, at No. 1, Morris' Block, Toledo, O.
April, 9, i)3.-6u . i. M. ASHLEY
rS Hhdo New Orleans Sugar, last yar crop,
J Osad beat qnalily for sale by Ihe I Hi of. or harral
at No. 1, Morris' Block, Toledo, Ohio.
April 9, laiJ. Qm J. M. ASlILtY