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The Triumph Complete
Jnrtker perfect ernrt f EpHtp hf Dr. Hint Epileptic
Durant's Neck, Perquiman's Countv, N. C,
October 1st, 1S65.
Tr Haitcb, Dear Slr-lTaving been afflicted with falling
fits for some Tears past, I determined to give tout Pili a
trial, (advertisement of which I saw in some of the papers)
and continued to use them for some month until I was
ntirely cared. I believe them to be a. ant-rate article;
vnd since 1 hare need them, I have sot had one attack
snd am now in the enjoyment of good health.
K am very respectfully, Yours c-
JONATHAN' J. JACOBS.
V. 8. Them Pill were recommended to me bv Mr. Na
than New by, of this Co., to whose address you sent them.
Those Pilli besides earing Epilepsy, are a speciBc for all
modifications of nervous disease. Price, $3 per box; two
boxes $o; twelve boxes for $24. Persons enclosing a re
mittance will have the pills sent them through the mail,
a it receipt. For tale by Seth S. Hance, No. 108 Balti
more street, Md, to whom orders from all parts of the
Union must be addressed. June 13, 1856V-20WS
Great English Remedy.
8ir Jams Clakki' CKl.EBRATED FEMALE PILLS.
Prepared from a prescription of Sir James Clarke, M.D.
Physician extraordinary to the Queen. This Invaluable
Medicine is nnfailing In the cure of all those painful and
dangerous diseases Incident to the female constitution.
It moderated all excesses, removes all obstructions, and
brings on the monthly period with regularity. These
Pills should be need two or three weeks previous to con
finement; they fortiry the constitution, and lessen the
altering during labor, enabling the mother to perform her
duties with safety to herself and her child.
These Pills should SOT e taken ty females imring lit
Jlrst tars numlks of pregnanes, as tkef art sar to kring
on punmifl omt at f liter Mass Ikef are tmft.
In all eases of nervous and spinal affections, pain in the
back and limbs, heaviness or fatieue on slight exertion,
palpitation of the heart, lowness of spirits, hysteric, sick
headache, whites and all the painful diseases occasioned
by disordered system, these pills will affect a cure when all
ther means have failed, and although a powerful remedy,
4o not contain iron, calomel, antimony or any other min
eral. Full directions accompanying each bottle. Price,
la the United States and Canada, One Dollar.
Sole agents for this country,
L C. BALDWIN ft CO, Rochester, K. T.
TTCTTLE ft MOSES, Auburn, K. Y, Gaicaaal. Agists.
If . B. tl and postage stamps enclosed to any athorii
d agent, will insure a bottle of the Pills by return mail..
Got aale by 8. BUCKLAXD ft iO, Fremont, and by
one druggist in every tows in the United States.
May 30, 1848. S4vl
jyjl a SPRIN'G and SUMMER MEDICINE, Carter's
Spanish Mixture stands pre-eminent above all others. Its
singularly efficacious action on the blood;its strengthning
and vivifying qualities; ita tonic action on the Liver; its
tendency to drive all humors to the surface, thereby clean,
sing the system according to Nature's own prescription;
its harmless, and at the same time extraordinary good ef
fects, and the number of cures testiSed to by many of the
most respectable citizens of Richmond, Va., and elsewhere
mast be convulsive evidence that there it no humbug
The trial of a single bottle will satisfy the most skeptic
al ef its benefits.
3ee advertisement in another column. !Tw4
On the 8th inst, bv Rev. L. M. Pounds, Mr. KronGE W.
Onanox. ot Sidney, Indiana, and Hi. Sarah UcIsttkk,
of this place.
PORT OF FREMONT.
PORT OF FREMONT. PREPARED FOR THE JOURNAL BY ED. M.HULBURD.
Jnnt &, Scow Fonm, Tabor, Sandnsky; no cargo.
Liberty, Sandusky; no cargo.
5. B. Inland Queen, Orr, Sandnskv; (roods for 1.
BettsfcCo.; S. Kuckland & Co.; C. Foster
ft Co, and Geo. Auer.
6 Schr Fremont, Flint. Buffalo; no cargo.
Planet. Reed, Tonawanda; no cargo.
6. B. Island Queen, Orr, Sandusky ; tclir Fremont
and Planet in tow.
7 cw Spanner, Buffalo ; no earen.
S. B. Island Queen, Orr, Sanduskr; 60 t'M.ls 6sh
for C. Foster & Co.; to do for P. Close: 11
stoves, 3 boxes hardware, Fussehnan & Co.
June S, Schr Vermont Slarkford, Buffalo; 20,000 pipe
staves, for J. S. Harbeek.
" t'lorenee, Xinson, Hunain: S.3S4 bush corn.
kea butter, 2 larrele tslllow. from C. H.
Havnes, 13.000 hhd staves for Hosmer.
Aorfaera, Brown, Buffalo; 20,000 pipe staves
for J. S. Harbeck.
6. B. Island Queen, Orr. Sandnsky; with schrs.
Florence and Northern in tow.
6 Schr Fremont, Flint, ButTulo; 1,800 bus corn, 550
rve, 15 kegs butter from A. Gusdorf: 1.300
bits corn from C. Foster Co.; 6.500 bus
corn, 13 casks ashes. Kims A Tillotson.
Scow Litertu, Buffalo, 10,000 fret b'lk wal
lomlier. Pace & Co.
. S. B. Island Queen, Orr. with schr Fremont and
scow Littertv in tow.
0 Schr Planet, Reed, Tonawanda; 40.000 pipe staves
S. B. Itlmnd aeea, Orr, Sandnsky; 6 bids eggs,
15 kegs butter, and schr Planet in tow.
Ecow ZJiana, Forenoon, Cleveland: 8 tons scrap
iron, from June a; June; 12,000 pipe staves
for Dewit ft Co.
FREMONT PRICE CURRENT.
Wheat, per bushel
FloCE, per banal
Coax, per bushel
Coax, in the Ear
75c a fl,00
RtE, per bushel
Oats, per bushel a 18
BrTTEB, per pound . . 12
Egos, per doaen . . . 8
Cheese, per pound 12
DniflSED Hogs, per hundred J '',00 a 5,50
Lakh, per pound . 10
Salt, per barrel $2,00 s
Rides, par pound 4tf a 10
Flax Stan, per bushel 11,00 a $,2S
TlaoTRT Seek, per bushel J2,00a2,25
Clothe Seed, per bushel 7,00
Haas, Smoked, per pound . 10
Bsahs, per bushel 11,50
Potatoes, per bushel . 31
Apples, Green, per bushel 37
Do. Dried, per bushel $1,25
Peaches, pared, per pound 12
Beeswax, per pound . 25
Owioxs, per bushel 37
Chickexs, Live, per pair . 25
Do. Dressed, per pound 9
TraKSTS, Live, each...... . 37 a 50
Do. Dressed, per pound
Wool, per pound 25 a 40
I Will Meet them Again.
At Worcester, on Wednesday List, at
the great Republican Convention there,
senator Wilson is reported in short as fol
lows: Mr. Wilson came forward and was re
ceived with hearty and enthusiastic cheers.
In reply, he made a brief speech. He
thanked the citizens for the expression of
their kindness towards him, and for the
kind manner in which they had received the
kind words of his friend, Mr. Knowlton,
It had been his fortune lately to pass through
trying scenes, and he had endeavored to do
what ho believed a Massachusetts man
ought to da If my conduct meets with
your approval, I shall return to my post with
a strengthened resolution to do what I be
lieve to be right. He alluded to the das
tardly assault on Mr. Sumner, and said that
the act was that of the slave power, and
not Brooks. As an individual lie was but
the agent of that power which has plunged
Kansas into civil war, and was now doing
all that it can to banish Now England
men from that territory. He was glad to
gay that Mr. Sumner was raising from that
attack. His spirit has not been conquered.
After we had earned him to his home and
placed him on his of anguish, he said, 'Wil
son when I recover, will meet them again,
and put it to them, again? Three cheers!
were givcu xut wuiuuw.i jna u uruu
spares liis life, his voice will again be heard
in defence of the people of Kansas, and
for the overthrow of the slave power in
That's thb Talk! The Providence
Journal concludes an article on Kansas af
fjiira af follows : .
If, hereafter, and till thi question is
settled, there is more than one party in the
North, vis deserve to be the plantation
slaves of South Carolina.
MARY COOKSON'S FSTATE. No
tice is hereby given that the undersigned has been
anpointed and qnalined as administrator on the estate of
Mary Cookson, late of Sandusky county, Ohio, deceased.
Jsas !, KM. Jon WILLIAM COOfSO.v.
Fremont Journal. Local and Miscellaneous Matters.
Port monia lost.
Upholstery establishment by E. T. Raymond.
Apprentice to the Confectionery business wanted.
Administrator on John Reed'l estate.
Administrator on Vary Cookson's estate.
To the cane committee of Judge How-
txSD, deceased, Consisting of Wit. KeSSLER
and Ira Smith, who presented to wo by
the hand of Dr. Brainard, the well-known
walking staff that had sustained the feeble
steps of the departed, for many years:
I greet thee, staff of my old friend,
To prop this tottering clay.
And may It ever bring to mind
Old friends must past away.
Tea, old Eusha, gone at last,
No one to me more dear.
When I recall his friendship past,
Fain would I drop a tear.
T was kind in your committee, too,
To send the boon to me.
Of so much worth, (to others duej
It warms my heart for thee.
Long may it friendly aid afford
As down life's hUE I move.
When safely laid beneath the sod,
May it point to bliss above.
Fremont, June, 4. THOS, L. HAWKINS.
FOURTH OF JULY.
The eighty-first anniversay of our nation's
birth, draws nigh. Shall wo not have a
public celebration this year? Most of the
towns around us have already taken steps in
the matter. What say you, citzens f
Every one who has occasion to use writ
ing paper and there are few we think, who
do not should most certainly call at the
store of S. Buckxand & Co., and look at
the extensive assortment which has just been
received by them. They have cap, letter,
Bath, and commercial note, which for neat
ness of design, beauty of style and excellen
cy of finish we have never seen equaled,
This paper is manufactured by the Clif
ton Mills, and received the gold medal, the
highest prize that can be awarded, by the
American Institute, in N. at its exhibi
tion last fall. They have envelops of all
sizes manufactured from tho best stock.
No longer any excuse for using poor paper
and envelops, while a No. 1 article can be
obtained almost as cheap.
The sky is a drinking cup.
The following gem, by R. F. Stoddard, is from Put
nam's monthly for the present month:
The sky is a drinking cup,
That was overturned of old,
And it pours in the eyes of men
Its wine of airy gold.
We drink that wine all day,
, Till the last drop is drained vp,
And are lighted off to bed
By the jewels in the cup.
K3T The Indian and acrobatic entertain
ment on Monday, was tho best thing of the
kind ever exhibiited in Fremont. Most of
the oljectionablo features connected with
the circus are excluded. The attendance
was very largo. We think it to be a great
oversight in our law-makers that they have
so framed the law, that the county auditor
cannot charge them a license fee. The re
ceipts here on Monday afternoon and even
ing must have been near $500 and they did
not pay anything into the county treasury,
W Mrs. Tyler, will please accept our
bow and thanks for those strawberries.
They were delicious.
$3T In the list of clearances last week,
wo dropped r.n "0" from the load of the
schr. Planet. She had on board 85,000
staves, instead of 8,500 as printed.
For the Journal.
Mr. Keeler Your correspondent Crow-
ell, in the Journal of to-day, asks if any
of your young readers will furnish a solu
tion to his enigma. I will accordingly ven
ture a and BACK-LOO.
June 5, 1856. M. HOYT.
Our correspondent is right, Ed.
A Politician Stabbed.
Last evening. George P. Buell, of Wash
ington City, Editor of tho Democratic lie
view, formerly of Indianapolis, was dan
gerously stabbed in front of the Burnet
Buell was making a violent harannie on
Abolitionists and Know Nothings, when a
row ensued and Buell was stabbed in the
back, the knifo entering his lunsrs. His
situation is critical. James Corry and J. Cas-
sidy arrested on suspicion.
Cincinnati, June 6.
Tho testimony in regard to the stabbing
case of Mr. Buell, shows that ho was assail
ed by Democrats who heard him call him
self an American.
Michigan is moving with determination,
in tho noble work of helping Kansas. It
is proposed t5 raise one thousand men, who
shall march directly to the Territory. Mr.
unandler, of Detroit and Uapt. Ward have
each subscribed $10,000, and other gentle
man subscribed $1,000 and 2,000 each, to
push on the enterprise.
A special dispatch to the Chicago Tri
bune, from Bloomington, Illinois, reads as
follows: "The prairies are all on fire
such a firo as has not been lighted since
Illinois was a State. Glory be to God !"
Thus tho three great, but young, Western
States Michigan, the homo of "squatter
sovereignty" Cass; Illinois, a State which
the traitorous Douglas misrepresents m the
U. S. senate ; Wisconsin, a State which De
mocracy has always claimed as its own
sound the tocsin of Freedom, and we'll take
the lead in defence of despoiled Kansas.
Gen. James W. Net. This gentleman
whose speech at the Webster dinner at the
Revere House a few weeks since, will be
remembered by those present, addressed a
meeting in New Jersey on Wednesday last,
and after stating that ho voted for Presi
dent Pierce in the Democratic Convention
which nominated him, and also supported
him at the polls, referred to the President
the following words :
Where, he would ask, slept the honor
and humanity of President Pierce, who
had not either visited the sicl room of Chas.
Sumner, or sent to inquire for himf Nei-
thtr had a single memler of his Cabinet;
while the J! oreign Monsters, moved by a,
common humanity, had been to pour oil in
to hit wounds. Great cheera.l
New Hardware Store,
J. M. CLOUD He BROTHER,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Foreign and American
CUTLERY, TIN-WARE, NAILS,
BUILDERS' TOOLS, House-furnishing
articles House triinniincn. Farm iraplpnipnts, Cr
riajr nl Saddlery Hani ware, BLckrtnith Tools, and in
factt'Tprr thing pertaining to the Hardware business at
No 4, BucUand's Block,
First door south of 3. Buck land & Co's Drug itore.
N. B. They are hIro Manufacturers of
Copper, Tin and Slieetrlron ware,
Jobbing of every description promptly attended to.
They would call the attention of the cit
izens of Sandusky county and ririnity. to thoir larjre stock
of Hardware, conMstinir of eTery thing that pertaiua
the Hardware business.
Their stock is tho most complete,
In their line, erer offprod in this section of the State.
Having superior facilities for doaline with the most ex
tnsivf Hardware Huws at the east, and purchasing most
kin iln of American goods trom manufacturer! and first
hands, at the
LOWEST CASH PRICES,
They are enabled to offer Country Merchants, Farmers,
Mechanics and purchasers generally, goods at the lowest
eastern prices, with differpnee of transportation. Their
stock embraces a large and complete assortment of House
keeping articles. Carpenter and Joiner tools. House trim
mings. Cabinet makers' tools. Gun trimn.ines. Wagon
Makers tools. Blacksmith's tools and stock. Miscellane
ous articles too numerous to mention.
N. B. We hare a large stock of
SILVER &. 1'IilTED WARE,
Which we will sell at manufacturers' prices,
All we ask is to girp ns a call before nurrhasinir elsewher4.
and we are confident that we can suit you with goods
J. M. CLOUD & BRO.
Fremont, May 30, IS5. IStf
Superfine Genesee FLOUR,
and for sale at tin Flour and FM Slore of
J. F. R. SEBRING & CO.
May 23, 1846. I?w3
Cleveland and Toledo Railroad.
SOWER ARRANGEMENT, to take effect Monday, May
linn, l5oo; passenger trains will run dauv, as Inuow
Southern Division via Norwalk.
Going West, Vail Snndayt ezrepted.
Mil I Fremont Fr't with
Train, j Train, j Car.
Cleveland CC.iCR 8.45 AX 2.40 T X
(Srafton 9.45 3.4S
Oherlin lo.fto 4.02
Camden 10.18 4.14
Wakeman 10.31 4.2
Townsend 10.44 4.38
Norwalk 11 06 6.00
Mom-oeville 11.19 S.16 .
Bellevuo 11.38 S.43
Clvue 11.57 6 IS
Fremont 12.20 rx 6.45 ar 6.45 r a
Washington I1237X 7.15
Elmore 12.55 7.50
Genoa 1.05 8.15
Clav Junction 1.15 X 8.35
Reack Toledo 2.00 9.15
Going East, Daily Snndayt excepted.
FremontlFr'twith! Mail i
LEAVE I'as'n'irr. Pas'n'gr. PaVDjr'r.
Train. Car. Train.
Toledo 7.30 a ji 3.00 r a
Clav Junction 8.00 3.27 X
(noa 8.25 3.38
Elmore 8.50 3.50
V:iliinrton, 9.15 4.06
Fremont 4.00 AM 9.55 4.28
CIvde 4.17 10.40 4.49
Bellevue 4.35 11.38 5.09
Monroeville 4.54 12.25 5.32
Norwalk 5.09 12.45 ar 5.48
Townsend 6.27 6.08
Wakeman 5.40 6.21
Camden 5.53 6.34
Oherlin 6.06 6.47
Grafton 6.24 7.05
Reack Cleveland... 7.45 8.10
Northern Division via Sandusky.
Going West, Daily Exeept Sundays.
jEi press Mail Nieht Mixed
Train. T ra i n . Evpress. Train.
ienrsClevelaud WS 6.50am 3.45 r X 6.30 ri 9.45 rx
Rockport, 4.06 K
Berea 4.23 10.45
Olmsted Falls 4.31 11.00
Elvria 7.48 6.03 7 37 12.05a
Amherst 5.19 7.52 12.40
Vermillion 5.40 1.20
Huron 8.45 6.15 8.42 2.30
Sandusky, arrive... 6.40 9.07 3.15
do ' leave 9.13 6.45 9.11 3.25
Venice .... 6.'i5 X
Plater lied Road. . 7.20 X
Port Clinton 9.47 7.30 9.52 4.41
Hartford... 8.00 X
Graytwn 8.18 5.50
Clav Ju nction 8.40 X
Sear Toledo 11.00 9.15 11.15 7.00
Mail Tin. Exp. Hay Exp
Dtilvex. ltailvex. D.-iilyex.
Monday Suu day. S unday.
Leave Toledo 2.30 AX 9.30AX 4.50rx
Clav Junction..... 9.57 X
Gra'vtown 10.21 X
Hartford 10.35 X
Port Clinton 4.03 11.10 6.08
Plaster Bed Road .. 11.17 X
Gennanville .... 11.25X
Venice 11.42 X
Sandnsky, arrive... 4.36 11.52 6.38
do leave 4.40 12.00 X 6.41
Huron 6.09 7.10
Vermillion 5.40 7.38X
BrownheUn.. 5.51 X
Elyria 6.17 1.23 rx 8.08
Olmsted Falls 6.43
Rockport .. 7.06
JteorACleveland,WS 7.20 1.12 9.00
Trains will stop at stations marked X only to leave pas
sengers, or to lane mem on signal dcio? maue.
Erora Cleveland, tlie 6.50 and 8.45 a m. 3.45. 6.30 and
9.45 p m trains connect at Toledo, with trains of Michigan
Southern Railroad, for Chicago and the weRt.
The 6.50 a m, and 6.30 p m trains form direct connections
between Cleveland and Springfield, Dayton and Cincinnati.
t mm 1 oledo, the the 2.30 and 9.30 a m, and 3.00 and 4.00
m trains connect at Cleveland wilhtrains of the Lake
hnre Road for the east, at Monroeville or Sanduskv with
trains of Mansfield and Sanduskv Raait Road.
The 9.30 a m and 4.50 n m trains connect at CIvde or
Sandusky with Mad River and Ijke Erie R-iil Road.
The 2.30 and 9.30 a m. and &00 and 4.50 n m trains con
nect at Cleveland with Cleveland and Pittsburgh Rail Road.
ii. is. FHlLLlrS, Sup't.
Office C. & T. Railroad,
Cleveland, May 14, 1856.
Lewis Leppelman, vs. "VTOTTCE Is herebv (riven that on
Aaron Adler. C i the 22d dav of May, A. D.
1856, an order of attachment was issued in this canse by
E. F. Plcklnson, a Justice of the Peace of Sandnsky town
ship, Sandusky county, Ohio, for the sum of ninety do!,
lars and twenty-seven cents, which has been served and
returned, and confirmed for trial by said justice to the 7th
dav of Julv next, at 10 o'clock, a. m.
May 30. 1856 18w3 LEWIS LEPPELMAV.
STEAM MILL WORK. Chimneys and Breeching for
S'eara Milla, Copper Pine. Ac., manufactured at al
times by P. P. FC8SEI.MAN k CO.
ROAD NOTICE. Notice is herehygiv
en that a petition will be presented to the Commis
sioners of Sandusky and Ottnwa counties at their Septem
ber session, praying for the location of a County Road, as
fbllows, to-wit: Commencing on the south bank of Big
Muddv creek, one hundred yards south of L. Kills' Steam
Saw Mill, in Ottawa county Ohio, then directly east across
the line between Sandusky and Ottown counties, and thro
section six in Rice township, in Snnduskr county, nntil it
intersects the road running from Fremont tn Port Hintnn.
May 27, 1856. l&wfl PETITIONERS.
GEORGE D. COOK'S ESTATE. No
tie is hereby giren that the subscriber has been an
pointed and qualiTed as administrator on the estate of
ueorge v. uoot, lata ot Sandusky eountv. decase: dated,
SALE OF REAL ESTATE. On the
21 ft day qfjun; J. D., 1856,
at 2 o'clock ,u the afternoon, at the door of the Court
House in Fremont, Ohio, the following deactibed real es
tate to wit:
One equal undivided half part of lot 250 In the Tillage
-fFremout, Ohio, and described as follows, to wit: Situate
in the south-east corner of aaid lot with a front of twenty-two
feet on Frout street and extending west therefrom
tifty-seveu feet, the west or back end being also tiraoty-ty-two
Terms. One third on the day of sale, one third In six
months, and one third in one year, with interest on the
deferred payment, and secured bv mortgage on the prem
ise. ROliERT S. RICE, Admr.
of Robert H. Cauldwoll, derd.
Fremont, Mar 23, 1856 17wo
Spring and Summer Goods!
THE subscriber has just received In addition to his old
Stock, a larire and extensive stock of NLW littODS,
At the OLD STAND on tho Turnpike!
vrr tioods. Groceries,
Beady-made Clothing, Boots and ?hoea,
" Ha' s and Caps, Iron and Xaila,
Glass-ware, Woood'en-ware, &c,
All of which he will sell CHEAP for CASH, Corn Oats.
Rve, Butter. Lard, Hides, Beesu jiT. Sheep Pelts, fcc fcc.
We are not in the habit of BLOWIXG MUCH about our
Goods; but, we always purchase those of the
Best Manufacture and most Fashionable
Ones, and we offer them to our Customers on
Fair Tonns and Warrant Satisfaction !
Remember thn to call on J. S. 0LMLTED.
Fremont, May 23, 1855.
FLOUR, FEED AND
At the Old BALLVILLE CASH STORE.
WE are on hand with the BEST FLOl'R in town, and
having a LARGE STOCK are bound to
Sell os Cheap as the Cheapest
FEED. CHOPPED STUFF,
OATS, SALT, POTATOES,
GARDEN SEEDS, and
Other articles too numerous to mention.
X. B. We pay the highest market price for all kinds of
Produce. aimers, give us a call oeiore you sell whatever
vou bring to market.
SEBRING fc ELLINW00D.
Fremont, May 16, 185616
THE larpirt stock and greatest variety ever brought to
this market, consisting of Bonnets, Ladies French Hats,
fcc, from almost nothing np to any prie. Gentlemens
Hats from one shilling to 4,50. One for every man and
boy in the county. Some of the nicest Panamas ever ex
hibited in this market, can now be seen at
May 9. FIEAD QUARTERS.
DR. TUB BS'
Ir. H. TCBBS, can be consulted at his rooms,
FREMONT Ruler's American, Thursday, 26th June.
SANIM'SKY St. Lawrence House, Mondav 23d June.
XORWALK American House, Tuesday and Wednesday
4th and a-ith June.
T1FFIX Shawhan House, Friilay 27th June.
Upon all diseases of the throat, lunps, stomach, bowels,
liver ana Kidneys, also inr aropsy, pravei, men man Mil,
fits, female diseases, impurities of the blood, skin affec
tions, ulcers, and all other forms and varieties of chronic
INVALIDS 9HOCLD READ THE FOLLOWING FB03C THE RET.
J. X. CHAP1X.
To alt ttkom it mat concern: A sense of duty to a com
mon sutferine humanity prompts me throueh the oppor
tunity piven me by Dr. Tubls to submit the following brief
statement. 1 have tieen sintering tor several years trom
Inspepsia, torpid lirer and howels, and a severe nervous
depression. I tested the full power of allopathic remo
dies prescribed by the best physicians at hand, and to
some extent the hydropathic and honvenpathie treatment,
without any sensible benefit. Having observed the effect
of Itr. TubtrR treatment upon others of mv acquaintance.
and especially upon the wife of my yonnjrest brother, who
had (added to a feewe constitution) a severe conffii which
aroust d fears of pulmonary consumption. I concluded to
consult him myself. He prescritied for me when I was in
an emaciated and wretched condition, and I freelv affirm
that unexpected to mvself I was speedilv benefitted to so
great a degree as to endure as heavy and continuous labor
as I have been ahle todo for the last ten vears. 1 cheerful'
lv commend the Doctor to the attention of sufferers from
chronic diseases. J. M. CHAPIX,
Pastor of the Baptist Church, Streetshoro,
Portage County, Ohio,
WE hare on hand and are in receipt of
It I V E It SEINES,
running in length
From 15 Co 60 Yards,
Fyko, or Set Nets.
These Seines are made of the best cotton Seine Twine,
and hung ready for use.
HOWELL GANO & CO,
No. 138 Walnut Street,
April 26, 1S56. 2m
BEV.T. P. BAKKR, I
Late of Stein. Baker Co.
ORVILI.E R. BALER,
Late 16 columiua street.
B. P. BAKER & CO,
S. E. Cor. Walnut and Columbia Streets,
Cincinnati, April 26, 1SG6. ly
ISAAC E. WEST. CHAS. H. McDOLGAL.
AVest & McDougal,
Xo. 23 Walnut Street,
C IXC INN ATI, 0.
. FOR THE PCRCUASE AXD SALE OF,
Choice Western Reserve Butter, in Firkins, Eegt and
Western Rerve Butter in Barrels, Firkins, solid packed,
and Rolls wrapped in cloths.
Western Reserve Durham farm imitation of English dairy
and Xutiiiep; Cheese.
Dried PeacheR, pcared and In halves.
Dried and preen Apples.
Bronms in large quantities, and great variety of styles
manufacturedexpressly for our trade and warranted to
Clover Seed in large quantities, Timothy and Flax Seeds.
Lmiihi.ina Sugars, Loaf, Powdered, Crushed and Clarified
Xew Orleans and sugar house molasses and smips.
Coffee, Rice, Starch, Saleratus, Soaps, Lead, Pork, Lard,
Hams, Beef, Cranberries, buffs: riour, rota ana rear.
Ashes and all kinds of Groceries, produce ani manu
Particular attention given to the forwarding business.
Mark all goods for sale with owner's initials, and W4McD.
All packages to be forwarded, Care W. & IfcD, Cincinnati,
Ohio. May 9, 1656. ly
1'EW STORE AXD M STOCK!
JOHN T. TO LAND,
No. 38 West Fourth-street, between
Main and Walnut,
Fancy Goods and Toilet Articles.
Perfumery and Family Medicines.
Has opened a large and desirable stock in the above
branches, to which he Invites the special attention of all
who want bargains in good articles, either at
Wholesale or Retaiil.
To Country Merchants we oiler great inducements being
SELL AT EASTERN PRICES.
Cincinnati, O.April2J, 1856. ly
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lished. The work is splendidly illustrated by AiAy col
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"Xew and splendid lictorial Map of the World," on Roll
ers. Price .,f the n-hole from $3.50 to S4. owingto the
stvle of bindinjr. C?old oxlt bt SrB9TRiPT.o:t.rfr
Ai.F.XTS WANTKU, everywhere. Full pariicuUrsaud
sample of illustrations sent hvaldresKtng,
MACK R. BARNITZ. Publisher.
No. 40. West Fourth street, Cincinnati, 0.
April 26, 1856. 14w6
II!f ROOFING b to order in superior style by
r. r. FU9IILMAN TO.
COME TO THE
The way to make monev is to save it, and tlia way to lave
'it to bur
HARDWARE, &C, of
C. H. HAYNES,
No. 1, Bnckland's Brick Block.
I beg kav to announce that I am now better prepared
than ever for the conduct of the
to the satisfaction of the public.
Possessing every facility, and no little experience In the
management, I confidently invite yonr attention to my
In Us several departments, which will ba constantly sup
plied with all desirable novelties, and will be sold invari
SMALL ADVANCES, ,
from Importer's and Manufacturers' price. A. fall line at
all times, of
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
SILK and FANCY GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
HARDWARE, &C, tC.
I am now in receipt of
Fresh Spring Goods!
The styles of which are UN'USt." ALLY PRETTY, and pri
Will you do me the favor to give me an early callr
For all kinds of
PRODUCE ! !
C. IL HAYNES.
FREMONT. April, 1856. Mtf
Again in the Field!
With :t L-trrrer and Better Stock
of Goods than Ever,
Every thin? which is Rare!
WHICH he offers to his old friends and customers and
to as many new ones as will favor him with a call
No. 2, Euckland's Block,
At prices Lower than the Lowest; as his mntto is "r
er to b undersold bv anil boda.n He has just received his
Spring supply of
JEWELRY, WATCHES, &C,
consisting in part of
24 dozen pairs of Earrings,
20 do Ladies' Brooches,
30 do Finger rings,
Oents' Pir, Sleeve Bntlons, Bosom Stnds, Gold Pencils,
Pens, Chains. Lorkets, Gold Bracelets, ntid a few beauti
ful sets of PLAI. GOLD JEWELRY. Also,
12 dozen WATCHES,
just received from the manufacturers, bought LOW for
casn ana wnicn wiu ue soia j- uit l ami,
At Lo Hi in the Usual Prices.
Among them may be found fine Odd Levers, French and
English in huntsman and open cases. Leoine. Detached.
and English Levers in silver cases, all
Warranted to keep Perfect Time.
Also, silver, German silver, and silver plated Table and Tea
SPOOy.S, Plated Forks and Knives, salt snoons. mustard
spoons, and a beautiful assortment of Card Cases, Port
31 U II iet, r lit" la e l DUUkH, aVC, c
I have a large assortment, consisting: of Fine and Com
mon lolms. Acordions, Flutes, Fifes. Ac. Also, English,
French, and Italian Violin and f.uiUr Strings; bows.
uaaapi.vn, oi.4:r3, llllTl UIHUUK 11U LI 11 pifCfS.
fil.9 AXD aVS TUIMJIIXGS,
and Sporting Apparatus of all kinds and at LOW figures.
Forty dozen pairs Scissors and Shears.
with an endless variety of Pocket Knives at New Yprk
prices, by the dozen. Two bushels of
For sale cheap by theloO. and lower still by the 1.000.
Cat-fish lines, Bass lines, Pike lines. Trolling and all oth
er kinds of lines floats, spool?, reels, spinning hait, swiv
els, tips, joints, in short, everything that can be called for
in the fisherman's department, kept on hand.
of all kinds atexccdingly low prices.
I have a large assortment, and I will sell to Peddlers and
Lonntry Merchants at New 1 ork prices. Cheap at retail.
jjr won i lorgei tne ptace,
No. 2, Bucklund's Block
Mr. J. SCHRIF, continues to repair all kinds of fine
any part or parts of the finest Watches that have been
lost or broken, he will replace at short ootice. Watches
sent from a distance will meet with nroroDt attention, and
be returned to their owners by Exprv&s or as otherwise
Galvenizing and Silver plating done to order, in a superi
ur iiuuiucr tuu warr&uieu permanent.
K. B. One of Swan's
5 Oct.ive lYIelodeons,
A splendid toned instrument for sale cheap.
Fremont, May 9, 1866.
IMPORTANT ARRIVAL OF
SPRING AND SUMMER
UNITED STATES CLOTHING EMPORTVM!
FD EARN" HAM. respectfully informs his friends, cus
. tomers, and (he public, that he has now on hand, at
his old established store, the Iartrest and best stock of
goons in nis Une, that has ever been offered to thiscom
lnunilv. From the ailvantaires I have got of purchasing
my goons imm me nrsi anuoest nouses in tne union,! can
guarantee to iurnisa
At least 20 per cent, below established prices elsewhere.
Mr stock consuls of everything that csn be found in a
DRAWERS, SOCKS, dc
And In fact everv article usuallv worn bv gentlemen.
have also in my stock a large and choice lot of
CLOTHS. CASSIMERS AND TESTINGS,
which I can make to order at the shortest notice. This
department heme under my own personal supervision, I
feel confident I can please the most fastidious votaries of
tashion with reirara to nt, elegance and stvle.
HATS AND CAPS!
OF ALL KINDS,
DODD'S SILK HATS
Of the Spring style. Cps of every quality and price.
Suspenders, Gloves and Handkerchiefs,
of silk and cotton; Umbrellas, &c, &&
of various kinds, sizes and prices, and a great variety of
carpet-nags sate heis, &c. in tact, all that is needed to
complete a (rentleman s outfit or wardrobe is to be found in
roy establishment, and anv and ALL the articles are to be
sold, whether 1 get a pront or not.
REMEMBER THE PLACE! OPPOSITE THE BANK.
Fremont, April 18, 1856. I2tf
2 Days from New York! !
New Spring Goods!
Have just been received at the Stort of
New and beautiful patterns for tho Ladies!
BONNETS, SILKS, RIBBONS. tc
AND THEY ARE BEING RECEIVED EVERY DAY!!!!
Call and examine them !
Fremont, April IT, 1850.
T? AVETROl OHIN G, Conductors, tc, we are prepared to
suni.lv at short notice.
August 10, 18oj. P.
P. FUSSELMAN CO.
Water Lime and Plaster!
lT0Wrarivin!rat MITCHELL'S Grocery.
X Farmers should not forget that Plaster is one of
the best manures.
April 11. 1356. lltf
TOR WORK and REPAIRING, of allkinds, expeditiously
done to order, and Warranted, bv
August 10, 1S5. r. r. r I SSELMAN & CO.
An evcelient NEW TOP nrGGT, Cheapl
Enquire at the Journal office, or of the
subscriber. J. 8. FOUnTE.
Free-ir, Mry l,18&4.
A Terrible Avalanch of Goods ! !
All tho Railroads runuing in connection
WITH THE OLD REGULATOR.
There hi no use tn-Lrtg when this OLD LIN gati the rJV
spread'! Bring out the
OLD BABY WAKER,
And let the farm en know where they can find good itowt
Ginghams forfl cents per yard.
Regular Quarter section of PRINTS.
DeLainet, printed Muslins, Brilliants, lien's and Boys'
HATS AND CAPS,
with an old fashion Hay Rack load of
Ladies' Misses' and Children's BONNETS,
with Ribbons to match, from almost IfOTBlXQ, Bp
anv price. The entire
j LIAE OF SI LKS,
Would reach from here to Cleveland, and as for PRICE S
; there la no use of talking. Great var iety of
Coots aiiD Sljocs,
At 50 Cents per Pound!!
100 barrels Stuart's GOLDEN SYRUP,
tXFirE SytiACS per gaUon.
200 ba:?s RIO COFFEE,
ONE SHILLING PER POUND!
wbich makes the people think of tha Gold Diggings. In
fact, the whole stock is going
AT ATCTIOX PRICES.
r jf- It is impossible to tell the whole storv. Our coun
ters are daily lined with the bone and sinew of old San
duskv, and all atrree that onnsr America, can
and WILL aell Goods RIGHT.
It is now a settled fact thnt Peace is T)TrtiAEn. We
do not look for extravagant prices for Produce, still, when
navigation opens, we xninit me price 01
CORN, OATS, RYE and WOOL,
will prove satisfactory to our Grain and Wool growing
friends. We are and
Shall bo in Market with the ROCKS,
To pay for all kinds of
BC M BB HZJ 3 HT:
brought to market, and be satisfied with the "Nimble six
pence in the way of small probts.
C. B. & E. B. KING.
HEAD QUARTERS, Maj 2, 1856.
CAN FIELD & BROTHERS
Wholesale and Retail
ITTE desire to ca41 the attention of the citizens of this
J f vicinity to the fact that we are selling Hardware of
every discription at LE?S PRICES than the same can be
bought in Cleveland or Sandusky. Oorarrangementsfora
will he complete on the opening 01 navigation and and we
are confident that we can make it to the interest of Mer
chants, who sell more or less Hardware, to buy of us and
get just what they want.
We buy American Hardware of the various Manufactur
ers In the United States, and import our Eneiish and
German Goods, therefore, we say, if you want to
SAVE IO FEK CE.VT.,
come and see as and examine the largest stock of Hard
ware in the county, comprising a splendid assortment of
Cutlery and Calamities,
Saddlery and Sandnes,
Mechanics and Farmers' Tools,
Nails, Iron, Glass, Sash,
Paints, Oils, Tar Turpentine,
15,000 WORTH OF STOVES,
and any quantity of TIN-WARE,
C- At the Sign of the Padlock, Betts' Block.
CANFIELD fe BROTHER.
Fremont, March 28, 1806.
Blank Deeds, Mortgages,
Quit-claims, Contracts, kc. kept on band or printed to
orudrafcine iui.rk..uj urrita.
Eagle Clothing Store!
AND rS CLOTHING
III. DKYFOOS A CO.,
TT ATE just been receiving a large and beautiful assort-
JXmen ' New and Fashionable CLOTHING, consisting
ot Gentlemen's COAT3 of all kinds and qualities, from
lice I ijcenif uonara, cut. aner ine
LATEST FASHIONS !
and warranted made in the best manner.
PANTS, of all kinds; Plain, Fancy, Striped, Checkered
and rtliicK tassimers, Jean, a?mnet, sc., c
VESTS, of every variety, fit to wear to a wedding or
a funeral, for every day or to church, with
CRAVATS to match from the richest to the plainest
COLLARS, that will make any neek appear just the
right length; Handkerchiefs, Socks, Gloves, Suspenders,
Trunks Carpet rlatrs, l mbrellas, c It cannot he ex
pected we will enumerate every article we have for sale,
theretore we inviie au 10 aau ste. iuk ia.ie.M-
SELVES, and faith will be converted to knowledge.
We are selling more and better Clothing than any es
tablishment in x remoni, anu ai tne
Very Lowest Prices Possible.
And will be happy to see our old friends and customers and
all others who wish to purchase anv thing in our line.
It is acknowledged by every one, who has tried it, that the
Clothing Bought at this Store, is Better
Cut, Better Made, and of Later Fashions than can be found
at anv other place in this town.
COME AND SEE UP? for, rest assnred, that GREAT
BARGAINS can be had at the EAGLE CLOTHISG
STORE. M. DRYFOOS A CO.
Fremont, April 18 1858. 12tf
Xow Opening at
P. B. BEERY'S,
MAMMOTH STORE, CLYDE, C
HAVING the past month enlarged my store, making it
one of the best stores in the count v.
To my friends and customers who have purchased of
me for tne last nve years, I can sately sav tnat tne experi
ence I have had in the mercantile business during the past
fifteen years is sufficient evidence that 1 am pretty tbor
ou crhly acq nainted with their tastes and wants. Jfy stock
is purchased expressly for their wants at prices
Lower th;in ever heard of
Mv stock is nnrchased from the best manufacturers and
jobbers in New York and Boston, and maauiactored by the
beat looms in the world, ail to oe soia
WITH THE TARIFF OFF.
5000 yards latest styles
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
Twenty-five per cent. less than last year's prices, Silks,
Poplins, snawis, iiingnams, iawns. sc.
6000 yards of
Shilling PRINTS for Ten Cents.
5000 yards of
Merimac and Cocheco Prints,
The best stock in the eountry. r Call and examine.
Jtens , tAdies ana Misses
BOOTS AXD SHOES;
15,000 pairs all qualities, prices and kinds; some entirely
new styles for Ladies.
A lartre stock of Coatt, Pants, Tests and Fancy Goods for
10 tons Groceries, Crockery,
Hardware, best honey syrup at FIVE SHILLINGS.
other (roods in the same proportion. Sutrars have fallen.
Teas better than usual at .SO cents. Tobacco at two shil
lings, Rice, Codfish, &c, Cheap for CA SH.
We have not time to enumerate our large stock, but
would say that it is complete and it is offered a prices that
may stir up some of the houses
Tkmt purchase their Goods in Cleveland,
We want all vour Butter Eegs, and PRODUCE, and will
keep the prices up at tip top fiirures. We know of some
who would like to keep Effirs at 8 cents. Cant come it
We shall pay the very highest prices for Butter, Eggs and
Produce, and sell Goods on the Square.
P. B. BEERY.
HEAD QfartTEW. .
D. BETTS c CO.
T<o pleasure in presenting to
Their numerous friends and etauwara la Saadaak a4
adjoining Couatlca their
Beantiful and Well-Selected,
Some of which are enumerated below:
BONNETS, Bonnets, 5 ease of the lit
est stvk just received at D. BEITS CO'S.
DEBAIGE, CLalli, Lawn, Printed Jaco
nett, plain and striped Poplins, C ha rubra and Grnc
hams can be found with the tsili! off at 0. B. CO'S.
Ifsfinn Pees Merrimac, Spragne, Co
W"UU chew, PaciSc, JhiBMll, English az4
f ranch prints very cheap at B. B. CO'S
4 BEAUTIFUL lot of Scotch Gingharov
XXonlv UJi cts. for jard, warranted last eolois.
Ir. B. CO.
OWl Silk, Moiro Antique and Lace
am vr J Mantillas, aheaper than ever offered in thia
D. B. 4 CO.
SILK Fringe, Silk Lace, Tassel Buttons.
Cord and Tassels. DBaTO
LADIES and Gents Kid, Silk, Lislo
Thread and Cotton Gloves, very ch ap. D B h CO
r C f Ladios Jaconet, Cambric, Book,
J J V " Wrought and Tambold Collars at a very small
advance above New York cost, DBA CO.
TNDIA, Book, plain and dotted Swiss,
plain and check Cambric, Jaconet, Bokinet and Caa
Cambric, Jaeonet, Bohioet and Ca,
MALTESE, Smyrna, Bobinct, Lisle,
Wore, Bonk too and Silk Xglag and Insertion.
FLOUNCING, Dimity, Swiss and Cam
rric Edging and Insertion. A large Asscrtment of
Embroidered Curtains just received.
BONNET, Cap, Taffeta and Satin Rib
bocs, a car load just received aad very cheep.
V a CO
A Large lot of the Latest Styles Drew
Trinimii.gs for the Iie just receivedT D B fcCO
FRENCH Cloth, French, English and
American Caasimese very cheap. 1) B k CO
A Fine assorment of Farmers' Satin and
IX Satin Testing, Summer and Merino Cassinter.
COTTONADES, Denim?, Blue Drills.
Kentnckr Jeans, Linen Check, Tweeds and Satinets,
enough to supply every Man and Bov in the State with a
Xew Suit, can be found with the Tariff knocked endwavs,
by calling on J) B k CO
TTTH1TE and Buff Marseilles, Linen and
T T Satin Vests just received P B CO
V Choice lot of Ready-Made Clothing,
just received and selling very cheap VB k CO.
BLACK, Moiro Antique, Chanrrable Bro
cade, Plaid and Striped Silks, a large assortment jnat
received aed very cheap D B k CO
WHITE and DeBerago Embroidered
Robes, beautiful patterns DB ft CO .
STRAW Trimmings, Ronchcs, Wreaths,
and Artificials jnst received D B ft CO
PALM Leaf Leghorn, Panama, Wool,
Felt, Xapped and Angola Hats D B ft CO
rpHE Spring Style of Silk Hats have
J arrived D B ft CO
FIGURED, Plain Moire Antique and
Black Parasols 20 percent cheaper than ever befbra
offered in this market D B ft CO
BLEACHED Shirting, Pillow Casing
and Bleached Sheeting SJjvds. wide D B ft CO
TICKING, Striped Shirting, Brown and
Bleached Drills, Crash, Diaper, Furniture and A proa
Check very cheap D B ft CO
COTTON Yarn Coverlet Warp, Whit
and Colored Carpet Warp and Sei-j Twine.
D B ft CO
THREE Ply, Tapestry, iDgrain, Veni
ttan and Cotton Carpets and Drugget D B ft CO
7"ELVET Rugs and Mats a large assort-
V ment DBftCO
GILT, Rosewood and Mahogony Look
ing Glasses and Mirror D B ft CO
J" ADIES Silk Channel Gaiters, Bronzed,
Kid, Morocco and Calf Shoes, Ladies Bnskins and
Slippers a large assortment just received and vew cheap
"I rK f Cases Gents Calf and Kip Boots,
X J J Gents Calf, Kip and Enamelled Shoes, Gaiter
and Slippers cheaper than ever D B ft CO
CHILDREN'S Shoes in endless quanti
ties D B ft CO
REDWOODS, Dnvals and Macons Su
perior B ouey Dew Tobacco, only 26 cts per lb
IO COFFEE and N.
GOLDEN SYRUP, the best, only 62$
eta. per Gallon D B ft CO
YOUNG HYSON and Imperial Tea on
hand of superior qaalitj D B ft CO.
IJAY, Straw and
Sheaf forks, Corn
L l Hoes, Sythes, Snaths and Cradle
gTEEL Shovels, Spades and Scoojs
STONE, Glazed and Earthen Ware
new lot jnst receievd DBft CO '
WILLOW Wagons and Cradles, Meaty
urea, Pails, Brooms and Hop Sticks D B k Co
y AILS, Brads, Spikes, Glass, Oils, Paint
Jl and Sash. Those wishing to bo ild will do wells
call on us before Purchasing elsewhere, as we are boos4
to sell cheaper than any other house in the State,
D. BETTS & CO.
Fremont, May J, 18M. Mtf
Wholesale Iron Store!
CARR, TAYLOR & CO.;
Nos. 216 and 218 Watery Sandusky, O.
vaouaaxx deals as nr
IRON, NAILS, STEEL, GLASS,
PIG IRON, WASHERS NUTS, de.
CALVIX CAM. KlCEaiftA G. TaYLOB, 9. C. XTDIXSO.
Xall- Anew arraDpTcment that w bavesoade witfc
X mimu&eturera, enables us to sell NAILS at their pri
ees and transportation. 'ails from 2d to 60d Uciutnv,
together with ail sties of brads, fencing and finishing nails,,
mar be found at our store.
Window Glaasw There is no reduction on Glass.
from last Fall's prices, and still Ann. Our stock consist
of all sixes, from 7 9 to 30 m 48. Plate single or double,
of a larger slxe can be got on short notice. Of the abor
sizes, we keep the largest stock in the city, and sell as
wholesale or retail, at rates that do sot vary much from
those of manufacturers, when the purchases of them ars
n small lots.
Imii. We bare a full and complete stock of consoom
Bar, Round, Square and Oval Iron, and Swede's and sf
t.l We keen constavtlv on band a full nrmtnmmmk
of Cast and Spring Steel. Also, Plow Wings, Plow SteeL
N'uts, Washers, Wagon-boxes, and patent Pipe-skeins.
All Goods from our store warranted to be of the fees
qnalitv and brand. We are receiving for the spring trad
2000 kegs of Nails, 150 tons Iron and 500 boxes Glaea.
Merchants, Dealers and consumers are invited to gtr
ns a trial; ana oi our numerous eusxooiers in tne Interior,
we would respectfully solicit a continuance of orders.
CAttti, TAYLOK & CO.
April 18, 1856. 44tf
SALE OF REAL ESTATE, by order of
Probate Court. On the Slrf y f Jmn ISM, at 3
o'clock in the afternoon, on the premises, will be sold te
the highest bidder the following real estate, as the nrop-
rty of Lewis UlarK, aeceaeeu, nri
Lot number ten in Wbitcber's second addition to tho
Centrevillesnrvev; and, Also: The undivided one-half of
lot number thirteen, in Miller's addition to the village of
CIvde. The dower estate of Mary Ann Clark, widow of
...H jnnaa Clark, deceased, in the above lots havrnr been
aiirned, and set off in lot number ten, said lot is appraise
ed, subject to and encumbered by said dower estate, of one.
hundred and fifty dollars, and said half lot number thiri
teen, which bv said assignment of dower as aforesaid, be
comes unincumbered, appraised at two hundred and fifty
Terjcs of ft alb. One-half down on the day of sale,
and one-half in one year with interest. Defered payment
secured by mortgage on the premises.
Administrator of Lewis Clark, W.
Mar 30, 1959. 18w4
NOTICE. All trios having unsettled
1 accounts with the under! tmed, are reoueeted to.
call an1 settle the same immediately, as I Intend going
west about the first of August next, aad wish to e!oe saj
accunt before, leaving. , A. RJTTSJk