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BY WM. W. MORELAND.
7 frass withereth and f over fadeth."
itherixg! ere the poMen summer po.
Aye, before 'the moww tills Ms hand;
Fadinp, fading! wherefore baste ye so?
- . Y that deck the smiling, fruitful land:
Herbage green gay flower!
While - tread this carpet, freshly spread,
Stoop to dally itn its thhk-wwn renis,
Sinks the wavy verdure, dull and dead.
Droop the Bullied Moswins down tlu ir stoma:
Fragile, transient flowers!
Being fair and bright, who round us hover .
Id earth' light uncertain, .mil a shadvl
Scarce vour loveliness oar eye discover.
Ere from our home-bower ye swiftly Side:
Why so like the dower?
With he balmy breathing of their spring.
Innocent of iltf wme ait away;
Boftly borne by pitying aiicel's m-inpr,
Far from earth's chill airs or scorchincray:
Heavenly -nurtured flower?
In the midst of Life unclouded splendor.
Other stricken, without warninp, fall;
Btalwart man, or woman tweet and tender,
Come and trew upon their heavy pall
Mournful yew pale flowers!
Carrier full in Autumn tranquil weather,
Gorjreou hue litrht up the woodland scene;
But the prss and flower lie dead together
O'er the mounds that Summer saw o green
Over other flowers!
Ifanfle pure for all the landscape weaving,
Hideth Winter all that nilli or fade :
Withered (Trass in shining crystal leaving,
aUmmic flower along it pawned blade.
Cold and scentless Bowers!
Thna, while from our saddened pathway ffadeth
One and other, in their morn or noon.
Or when ere the forward prospect shade th.
Either lot may indeed be a boon;
Earlv takin still tbe perfume linpers,
Wafted from the crushed and fallen leaves:
Later, Autumn's consecrating 6nprs
Take our treasure; last, the urn receives,
Holdinjr both our joyousness and woe
in it keeping, e'en as Winter's snow
Hold the buried floweret
Soon bur Tanished flower will reawaken.
Loftier, lasting beauty with them born;
- Ne'er aain by ruthless wild winds shaken,
Ne'er in darkness, mourninp for the morn:
BY WM. W. MORELAND. Agricultural.
Items from the Horticulturist.
Keeping boquets is an important consid
eration. Let two clusters 01 tresh gathered
flowers bo introduced into a sitting-room ;
place the one in the mouth of a narrow
necked jar of water, and arrange the other
over a shallow dish of water, and it will be
perfectly fresh, days after the former are
faded. If a larger dish with water in it, is
placed below, and a bell glass set m the
water, so that no external air can enter, the
' flowers mav remain perfect, say camclias,
eta, for tr hole weeks, because they are sur
rounded by air incessantly moistened by
vapor from tbe plates.
If you want to be successful in transplant
ing, don t bo afraid of working in dull weath
er. If you are shy of a "Scotch mist," buy
an India-rubber mackintosh. Nothing is
60 cruel to manv sorts of trees as to let their
tender fibres parch up in a dry wind, or a
bright sun. Such weather may bo fun to
you, but tis death to them.
Hives, in which swarms of bees of the
previous year have died, should bo kept
clean and dry, and out of tho way of mice,
for tho purpose of hiving new swarms in
Some of the old gardeners have an idea
-that old cucumler and melon seeds produce
plants more fruitful than those from new
seeds. Tho most luxuriant plant is produc
ed from tho good, sound plump new seed.
Stireino the Soil. As soon as crops
appear above ground, the soil should be
carefully stirred around them. This is one
of the advantages derived from drill culture,
and a very important one it is during dry
seasons. Iho deeper the ground is loosen-
cd, tho better it will support vegetation ; the
loose ground on the surface acts as a mulch
ing and prevents the rapid evaporation of
the moisture from below. 1 ho air is also
allowed unimpeded access to tho roots, fac
ilitating those electro-chemical changes up
on which tho growth of the plants so much
depends, Heavy summer showers more or
less consolidate tho surface of all soils ; sur
face stirring; should therefore follow immedi
ately after rains, and never allow weeds to
gain sufficient headway to suggest the use
of tho hoe, but let tho cleanliness and free
dom from weeds bo a consequence of repcatr
cd surface cultivation.
Sweet corn, summer squash, and vegeta
ble marrows, may be planted at intervals of
two or three weeks, if a constant supply of
tender vegetables is anticipated.
Peas, tomatoes, etc., may be hastened to
maturity by pinching out the points of the
plants. Checking growth will induce a
tendancy to early fruiting.
la transplanting, always puddle tho roots
in a mortar of soil and water, unless the
weather is dull and showery.
Lawns must be frequently mown to look
well ; rake the cut grass quite clean. A
hard broom will answer for small plots. In
more extensive places, tho patent grass or
daisy rake is indispcnsible. Cut early in
tho morning when there is copious dow !
and clean up immediately, if you wish to
economize Labor. A sm ooth, green lawn
suggests repose and quiet; all necessary la
bor, in keeping should therefore bo perf rm
ed in the most expeditious manner. Ohio
What Can be Done in a Garden.
Thirty years ago, I purchased an estab
lishment, consisting of a dwelling house,
barn, carriage and wood-house, calculating
to make it a permanent residence. There
was attached a little laal for a g.-irden,
on which were jn-t fiv applo trees, and in
front three Balm of Giles. I ; the trees were
all about six inches in diameterat that time ;
but two of the apple trees were hollow, and
I cut one of them down, after trying to
make it do something and finding I could
. Well, all the applo trees boro something
for fruit, and so crabbed and sour they
vould mako a pig squeal. At this time I
was engaged as a trader, and had a country
store to look after, vhich occupied all my
time ; but as time wt r.t on, aud stage-coaches
and railroads suceeei'ed one another, I had
more time ; for I can now travel as far in
-four hours as I could then in two entire
days with iny team. Well, for amusement
I grafted all the four gradually, or year by
year, cutting off the old branches, and
graftiivg the limbs with Koxbury Russets,
Kew York Russets, Baldwins &c, all tho
best I could find. Now for the results I
Lave had about ten barrels of good apples,
annually, to put up for winter, for three or
four years past, besides all we used in the
family of five, and wo med them freeiv, all
we wanted, till time to gather tho winter
I have in front of my house, about forty
feet square, in front of which are two of the
Balm of Gilead trees before ni-n! ioned. which
Bro now large trees, and have been b-ft out
side- of the front fene, but inside oftlu- fence.
I SCt OllLton Tearilt"). t!iriH Il"ar IrCCS. Clf
jLH . 1 ". 1 .
us all the pears we want, fur t!icy have
borne well for about fuur years. From the
pear trees to the house I filled tjie sjiaco
with flowor beds, and have had many vari
eties, say twenty kinds of roses, and nearly
one hundred kinds of other flowers. I have
planted on tho south sido of my buildings,
next to tho passage to the barn, pluirs,
peaches, and grapes. Tho peaches have
not done well, uor tho plums, so I cut the
plum trees oS, and grafted them with the
Green and Purple Gage, only three or four
years ago, so that I havo to prop tho small
branches. Mv srrapes began to bear last
year; I had about a bushel; and I should
think about doublo that quantity this year.
I have set out some quince trees, but they
do not bear yet.
Besides the trees and grape vinos, I have
annually raised about ten or fifteen bushels
of potatoes, six or seven bushels of beeU and
carrots, some English turnips and ruta ba
gas, and a few cabbages and onions, as many
our folks wanted to use. We also had
beans, peas and corn, what wo wanted to
use green; I havo annually about three or
four bushels of dry corn, one bushel of pop
corn, and swet t corn enough to plant myself
and supply my neighbors. Also, 1 have
annually raised cucumbers, water and musk
melons, summer and winter squashes, one
or two hundred, or one thousand pounds of
pumpkins. All this has been raised on less
than half an acre of ground, including build
ings and drivewav and I havo had more
vegitables for years in my family than some
men who cultivate one hundred acres all
on poor, gravelly, New Hampshire land,
without any help but my girls in the nower
department. And as Goldsmith says, "we
make every rod of ground support its man.
Corre$2ondent of the Ar. E. Farmer.
Flowers in Private Rooms.
In Europe in general, and in Franco and
Germany in particular, flowers of all sorts,
but esiwoially those the most fragrant, are
admitted into tho saloons, chambers and
even bed-rooms of all classes of people ; and
instead of complaining of any ill effects
arising from their presence, complain rather
of not procuring theiu in sufficient abun
dance. Tho flowers most in demand for the
chambers of the French and Germans, are
oranges, jessamines, carnations,honey-suckle,
mignonette, olive, rocket, rose, violet, wall
flower, rosemary, stock, lavender, savory, ole
ander, hyacinth lilac, synnga, heliotrope,
tc, all sweet-smelling. Selected.
Big Day's Work. Mr. Jonathan Cool
idge, of Perry in this county, went out last
Monday morning to plant corn after the
Yankee stylo, that is, one drop and another
cover after. In less than nine hours, Mr.
Coolidgo dropped over eight acres in 132
rows of 39 rods eacli, containing in all 20
4C0 hills. Had there been one continuous
row, it would havo reached over sixteen
miles. Mr. C. is rising of 62 years old.
P. B. BEERY, OF CLYDE,
TTAS just received the following Goods:
LadiK Lisle Glovoa,
Ladir! Pres( Bnttonji,
Ladies' Prow Trimminpa,
Lad iea Woolen Hose,
Gnt's Pockft Hamik'fu.
in" ice Kmhroidered do.
Fancy Goods, &c, &c,
all selling very CHEAP, at
P. B. BEERYS.
Clyde, Sandusky County, 0., February 1, 1S56.
Kessler & Co.,
RESPKCTFrLLY announce to the citizens of Fremont,
and virinitv. that thev have just opened at the stand
fonnerlv occupied by Mr. A.L.iiatlieldas a Jewelry Store,
new stock ot
Groceries, Provisions, and Flour!
Which we offer at Wholesale or Rrtnil, at the lowest raltt
for cask. Frwh Bak-d Bread, Kusk, Cakes, Pieft,
Crackers, fcc, every day; Familien or Grocers sup
plied on liHraI term, and at short notice.
Amoncfit onr 8tock may be found a full supply of every
article called for in our hne,sucn as oreen ana tfiacic
Teas; Rio and Java Coffee; Crushed, Granulated,
Pulverized, Coffee and New Orleans Supars;
.Molasses, Golden Syrup; the best assort
ment f Tobarc in town; Soap Rice,
Codfish, Starch, Lemons, Rasins,
Nuts, Herring, Sperm and
Stearine Candles, Baking
Toilet Smp, Son's,
Cheese, Prunes, Figs,
Essence of Coffee, Soda and
Common Crackers, and some of
the brjst brands of Flour eoiitintlr
on hand, a fri-neml assortment of Yankku
Notions, sueh as Pocket Knives, Port Alon
ies. Sand Soap, Shaving Boxes and Brushes, Per
fumerv. Hair Oils, Rubber Combs, and in fact, everr
thing in this line. We would say to our old custom
ers, ano. as many new ones as may iavor ns
with a call, we intend to make it to their interest
to examine our Stork and Prices be fare purrAasinr
elsetrhrr. Our farfiitie .ire equal to any of the kind in
country, and our stoek has Iteen lately purchased at
most advantatrt-ous term-:, and thus we are enabled to
compete with any like establishment. Alsoagoodassort
Palo, Dark, Peach and Chorry Brandies.
Also, Old Scotch, Iriuh and Monongahela WHISKY.
London Pt.rter, Scotch, Detroit and Pittsburgh ALE.
Rum and Common Whisky by the Barrel, as low as
iv other place in the country.
We intend to sell as low a the hnccst. and as CHEAP as
CHEAPEST. Onr motto is and will be, "A nimble
sixpence is better than a slow shilling" "Small profits
quick returns." ff7"RF.MEMBER THE PLACE!
Next door North of Fusselman & (Vs.
CASH WILL RE PAID, for Potatoes, Apples, Peaches,
Butt'T, Kept, Cheese, and other Country Products fur
Fremont, April 18,1850. 12tf
Bakery and Provision Store!
On Front Street opposite the BunTc.
CLOSE i once more in full blast, with the
Larpest. Bert and Cheapest
Mock of Ororcries in Town!
Everv thlnrs'dd at this House is Warmntrd to pive per
fect satbifuctlon. and will b delivered FREE OF L'HAROE
where wilhin the corporatiun. My stock coni-i.tf-in
White Wheat Flour Warranted in Bar
rels or bv the Sack !
and Java Coffee.
Green and Btnek Tens,
White and Bro-n Suparn,
Syrups and M'dnsses,
"Cut and Plup Tolmcco,
Sperm. Stearine and Tallow Candles,
Cocoa and Chockolute,
Bakinp Powders and Saleratus,
powder and Shot,
Lead and Percussion Caps.
Bnr, Tilet and Shaving Soaps,
Mustard and Cahsup,
Fiirs and Riiins,
Cipni s and M itches,
Crack f-rs and Cheese,
Wash Tnlis and Boards,
Jnps and CroH,
Lemon Svmp and Popper Sauce,
Cnrds and R"p-.
Sardines nnd Pickh-s,
Wines and Lienors by the barrel or gallon,
Codtih and Mnckeral,
Supar Rose. Salt, A "inetrar. lemons.
And in fact. verythineiisnaliv k-pi in atiroeery tstab-
Ufhment. And in addition to the alove, 1 have a
BAKE IIOI SE!
Anil tin- !irvirpf of one of the Vst Bikers in the Coun-
and I intend to k-e conslwitly on Jiana
Bread, Pica, Cakes and Crackers,
And invite all FaiulM'nn-i Shop-kopners to give me a call
bof'tre purchasing 'lu'wb.rp.
AN articii-d lor (im'v ax noLsosaie or ibeiau.
Fremont, April IS, 18J.6. Utf
FIX Al7 SETTLEME NT. NOTICE is
hereby given that Thomas Lay, jnianlHn of Sarah
Jiy, has thin day tth-d in the mhW of the Prolate Court,
Sanduiky eountv, iliio, his accounts for final settle
ment, with said Sarah l-ay: which accounts will be heard
the Ji-tlh. dav of June. ISort.
LYMAN CEI.1MV. Prolrte Judge
Prolate Office, Fremont, May HI, 17w3
ITT'IXAL SETTLEMENT. NOTICE is
hi n-bv eiven that, A. -I. Pi-fcinon. Anminitmtoron
t!lo pstnte of k-orire lirant. !ppp;ipo. hn filpo in tlip of-
of tlin nrnlnlw inrt Of SsnflllPlfV COUHtV. tHilO. llIK P-
rountsfor the Html "Pttlpmpnt of Baid ptatp, ivhicli arc ht
for bt-arinir on the Ttii riv of .Tun'
l.YMAX (JKI.riN, Trolmto .Tmlgc.
Troliatp Office, Fremont, May 15, lr'8. J7t3
TABLE CUTLERY, cheap at,
i Roberts k S:
4 There it no use knocking," theycarCtbeat
TTrE jnt twnins Th FIRST ARRIVAL, or M-
f Pf", of SI'RIXC and SI-MMKR GOODS ol the latest
stvl?s, whii-h ice are prenan-d to st-ll at
UNPARALLELED LOW PRICES!
But this is only the herinninp of cood thinps, as we shall
ho receiving (ioods from day to day until our Mammoth
Establishment in filled to overflowing-.
C. I) & E. B. KING.
Ilead Quarters, April 27, 1858.
THIS RAKE was Patented bv Calvin Pelano, of East
Livermore, Maine, Feb. 27th, K4'.t. It is fitted toa
ni.ipnf irlioola with mat ti.ihe. .nri tended bv a man OT DOT
who can ride and Rake, and manage the horse with ease
and certainfv. Each tooth acts separately " iuurF..u-
entlv, its head being suspended bv a rod or binjre over tne
axle"troe,ona tooth beinir attached to each head. His
equallv adapted to Rtmik and Smooth Land, and applies
with einat pressure on eacn Kinu 01 sunacv.
Premiums and Diplomas
Tv-r,' in !,a F11 nf lfU7 and 1848. bv the Ken
nebec and Franklin Counties Agricultural Societies, and
in 1849. a premium was awarded at the New York State
FairatSvrarnse. In 1S50. a Gratuity was awarded at
I..U1n.V .nri Ttintnmn at TTaeT('niintv Faint. A llitrll-
Iv favorable report upon this Rake may be found in the
transactions of the Worcester County Aeneultitral socie
ti fnr isvn nno 170. unrf n. similar notice bv the Middlesex
Societvat nairc 14ft, published by the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts. A Diploma wasawarded at Norfolk Coun
tv Fair, and at the Mechanics' Institute at Boston,and
.'tan at Cincinnati. Itsntilitv has been tested by more
than 1,000 Farmers in the Strite of Maine, who have certi
fied to its snperioritT over all other Horse Kates, ana Dy
many others, amonjt whom are those whose names are
signed to the following
Having used Delano's Horse Rake, we the subseriliers,
tike pleasure in recommending it to the Public as far su
perior to am- other Rake in use, within onr knowledire.
It is decidedlv superior to anv other Hake on uneven sur
face, and works well on any land that is tit to be mowed.
It retires but one person to mnnace both the Rake and
the horse, an 1 the work is lieht for both man and horse.
The Rike beinpr on wheels is ensily moved. It is durable
and performs more work in a (riven time than any other
Kite we have ever nswi. 11 is nu n..t- . -i i
der, simple in its structure, and easily repaired when necessary.-
Isaac S. Houghton, Dorchester, Mass.
M. Brides, " "
Samuel M. Barker, Andover, "
Amos Carlton, " "
William Foster, " "
Stephen D. Abhntt, "
Ai Pinpree, Topsfield, "
Richard P. Waters, North Beverly,
P. P. Towne, " "
William A Lander. " "
Charles Hilliard, Kensinfrton,
Moses Clement, West Amesbury, "
fieonre E. Piisbv, Bradford, "
William F. Porter. " "
Nathan Barker, North Andover, "
Famum SpotTord, Andover,
John P. Foster, M "
John (Jape, " "
Franklin B Brown, South Hampton, N. Et.
Joseph B Graves, Brenswood, M
William Morrill, " "
Jonathan Morrill, " "
John Smith, M "
Dudlev 11. Bobinsou, "
Wintlirop II. Dudley, " M
Stephen Dow, " u
John Morrill, "
John French, Kensington,
John W. Shaw, " "
This Rake has been used by A BR AM B0WLI"S, of San
dusky county, and he sneaks of H in the roost flattering
terms. An person in tin" vicinity who wishes to know
more particularly of this Rake, is referred to Mr. Bowlus.
The subscribers havine the exclusive rijrht under the
Patentee of said Horse Rake, of niakins, usinr? and vend
ing the same, in and for the County of Sandusky, will dis
pose of these machines to the Farmers of the county on
All infrinirements on said patent will be prosecuted.
Rjik'-B for the coming season on hand, and for sale by
the subscriWrs. ROBERTS & SHELDON.
Fremont, 0., April 21, 1856. 13ui3
Great Stock of Saddlery!
AT REDUCED PRICES !
IVow is llic Time to Buy!
fTlITE snhscrilfpr has now on hand, and dcsi(rna to keep
I tne uirpst ana ttest afsonujeni oi
Saddle and Harness "Work,
That pan hp fonnd in Xortliern Oliio. eomnrijonff in part,
Full and Half-Siianisli. Hood. Conpavp, Dpmii.icinp and
Common Jl n's SADDLES. Plush, Plusliive and Kxtendi
Sprin" LAHIKS" SAPDI.F.S: with aver large assortment
of Plain and r ancy Kiuinp: Unities.
Harness of all Styles,
Constantlr on hand, from a varietv f Draft and Team
Harness to Brass nd Silver Plated Carrinee Harness.
Whips and Lashes, Fl.v-nets, Trace and Halter Chains,
fce.. kr, including all thines pertaining to the business.
All Work warranted in every particular as recom
mended . -f?l
The BF-sTMATERTALS the country affords will alone
be nsed in the manufacture of work. From experience
and strict attention in business he will be prepared to sell
work in his line at the
lowest Possible Figures!
Thankful for the very liberal patronapre received from
the citizens of Sanduekr and surronndinir counties, he so
licits a continuance of the same. With his present advan
tages he pledges himself
Not to 1e Undersold!
by any one, in any article in his line.
Green Springs, Aug. 3,1555. 2Stf
JOY TO THE COMMUNITY!
4C2 JtTd "W -MM 92
DE. HARKNESS, has just received a
fine assortment of
Consisting in part of
Now and elegant
Frints, Delaines, fcc;
largo assortment of Ladies
Boots and Shoes, together with
the most beautiful assortment of Rib
bons ever offered in this market. Tho gen
tlemen can find a new lot of Hats,
Caps, Boots and Shoes, and all
kinds of wearing apparel,
calculated to suit tho
tastes of all ; also
fresh assortment of
now arriving. Thpse pools will r.p snl.I as eliPap as at
anv otliprstnrpin Ohio. Comp alone, lirinc in your B-B-Bu'tter,
E-K-KgerB. n1 alittle Money, if yon Ip.nsp.
Clyflp, Ohio. March 28, 1856.
CORN AND COB MILL
Manufactured by HALL & ALLEN, Mans
field, Ohio, bolsesale and Kvtail.
Theahovecut represents the Mill forgrindincrthe Corn
and Cob in the ear, and has the most valuable improve
ments in portable Corn and (oh .Mills, and is Adaptffl to
the various lirinning anu i running purposes ior leeimig
all kinds of Stock; which system of fe-ding is now re
quired, and found proli table by exieiience
One great advantage this Mill has over all others is, that
the grmaers are mc tm nwiomc rrngs, which arc
cast of hard metal and when worn out can be re
placed by new rings in fice minutes, for the
sum of three dollars, then the milt is the
same as new, as there is no other part
liable to wear out. This Mill was
A WARE ED THE FIRST FKEMIUM AT THE
OHIO STATE FAIR,
nf thegTcsent yetir (18r.5,) in a f:iir trial with the Little
(iiunt. Star. and all other Mills broiigut in eomjietitnn,
nnd pained the prefererce aud admiration of all adjoining
State rrttrs oi it'.e pres nx year.
The Excelsior Hill ui lenml from eisht to fifteen biiFh-
els per hoar, accnniing to tin df-ree f tiness "f nteal and
quality of corn, and can be wm ked with one or two htirses.
His a well known fat by s-i''ntilic farmers, and among
stock feeders, that twenty bushels of corn and rob ground
ether, will iro as fiir, or inrtner ttian tlnrtv unnh-
els fed unground to any kind of stock, nnd will fatten
stock in one third less time than when fed unground.
Having been appointed Agents for the sale ofthe above
Mills we take pleasure in announcing to i tie j-arnn-rs gn
emllv, that wean- prepared to (ill all onb-r with dwmteh.
A Mill 11 wit will make two bushels oi corn efjual to three,
ought to be on every farm. ..A, .
SKltKI.Ntf t.iiiji'.- ut-iu, Agenis.
Fremont, April 4, l'10:1
Yds. LADIES' DRESS GOODS
to be sold on the low pressure order by
P. 15. BEEU Y,
rcbrtinrr.l, VVA. C'lvdo. Oliin.
A larf;o assortment of Albany
ffnln. anrl Cleveland Coe-kinif autl Parlor Stoves, at
prices rate can' be brat, for Kile liv
P. P. rCSSELMAJf k CO.
The most Thorough and practical Institution in thtWtst.
For Full Course, inrln.ling all rlpnrtments of Book Keep
ing, Lectures ami lYnm:niRhi, iu adtance J-MMK)
For Full Course in LaIUs Department 20 00
rplIK proprietors take jrreat pleasure in expresstnfr tlieir
X. thanks Tor the irnitif'viiijr nnl unprecedented success
iviiich have marked the career of their institution since its
establishment at the Capital, and si imulate them to re
newed exertion to meet in the most efficient manner, the
rapidly increasing demand for a practical and comprehen
sits courseof mercantile training. Thereatpracticalex
perience of the PrincijwU in heavy B&nkinfr and Commer
cial Houses, assisted by educated and accomplished ftMi-
Uemen lias ennMed him let nnnp to a (Jecree oi pent-citoii
a system of HH'M ISti KUUM instruction, ny oral exe-
cises, mtt attained by any other institution, fcaen siuuent
by this new process, is drilled at the DESK, imdiriduaUy.
step bv step, until he has mastered the whole routine of an
Accountant s du ties, as tuorourtnttf as itioup naa serv
ed an apprenticeship in some large Commercial House;
and thus all awkwardness, faltering and egregious blun
ders, are in a jrreat measure dissipated.
In addition to our engagement of accomplished Assist
ants we have also secured the services of some of the most
eminent lecturers in Ohio, to lecture on commercial topics.
Our course of instruction is too extended to particular
ize hre, Imt it embraces cvervthinir connceted with
DOUBLE ENTRY BOOKKEEPING, with free and full dis
cussion f its scientific principles Lectures upon Com
mercial History, and History of eminent commercial men,
commercial Oe?mpliv, commerci.il Products, commercial
Calculations, political economy, mercantile law, ethics of
trade, partnership, Arc.
Tbe Ladies' Department,
Ts now onened for the reception of Ladies. No institution
in the Union imparts a more thorough or Interesting
course in this department.
In conclusion, we would add, that we shallput torth
onr best efforts to merit in still more eminent decree,
tlip flatterinir recention with which our enterprise has met,
and pledge ourselres to impart a more thorough, practical
course Mercantile Instruction than can be formed at any
other similar Mercantile College.
Anion? the many recommendations, we give the follow
ing: "We, the undersigned, tase pieas-ic w iwu.wng
that we are personally acquainted with Jlr. fiR.lsoKR'S
abiiitvas an Accountant, and teacher of Bookkeeping,
which is nf the highest order. He has had great experi
ence as an Accountant in heavy Commercial Banking
Wi-iimn. which lmvpr bun siirtenorfacuities in imparting a
practical knowledge of Bookkeeping nnd a thorough Com
mercial .aucaiwn. i. j. M.i.r,-, i.i.. if..
President oi Farmers i oiiege.
Presi'lent of Kenyon College.
To vonng men who wish to arqaire a "business Educa
tion," we think it affords facilities seldom equalleit. Mr.
(.ranger has the rare qualification of theoretical knowledge
and aptness in teaching, added to practical Counting
Koom experience, una we ieei comnieiiL mm enujuawn
from his College will he fully competent to keep the most
complicated set of Rooks.
J. J. Jannky, Sec'y B'rd Control, State B'k Ohio.
J. F. Park, Rookkeeperat D. T. ooiltmry s.
D. Ovfmimer. Bookkeperat tbe Clinton Rank.
H. 7. Mills, Pec'v Columbns Ga.s and Coke Co.
C. B. Masov, Rookkeeperat J. H. Riley & Co's.
For full particulars, send for circular.
GRANGER & ARMSTRONG.
February 29, 1RS6 4yl Proprietors.
Dr. C. M. JACKSOX, PhilaJclpliia, Pa.
Will Efreclunlly Cure
TITER COMPLAINT, dyspepsia, jaundice, chronicor
j nervous debility, diswises of the kidneys, and all dis
easesarising from a disonlered liver or stomach; snch as
constipation, inward piles, fullness, or blood to the heail,
aciditv of the stomach, nausea, heartburn, disgust for
food, fullness or weight in the stomach, sour erucations,
sinking or fluttering at tbe pit of the stomach, swimming
ot the head, hurried or difficult breathing, flutteringat the
heart, choking or sutfocating sensations when in a lying
posture, dimness of vision, dots of webs before the sight,
feverand dull pain in the head, deficiency of perspiration,
yellowness of the skin and eyes, pain in the side, bark,
chet, limbs, Ac; sudden Hushes or heat, burning in the
flesh, constant iina.giuir.gs of evil, and great depression
The proprietor in callinc the attention of the public to
this preparation, does so with a feeling of the utmost con
ddence in its virtues and adaptation to the diseases for
which it is recommended.
It is no new and untried article, but one that has stood
the test of a ten year's trial Itefore the American people,
and its reputation aud sale is unrivalled by any similar
preparations extant. The testimony in its favor given by
the most prominent nnd well known physicians and indi
viduals in all parts of the country isjmniense.
Thomas Lktchfokp, Covin st on. Ky., Dec. T, says
"Mv wife has been alllicted with the liver complaint and
dvspepsia for a number of years, during which time I have
spenta grent deal for doctorinc. but she received very lit
tle lionet: t therefrom, and finally the doctors said she could
not lie cured. Iast spring she concluded to try your Hit
ters, she to.k two bottles, and ever since taking them she
has been able to attend to her business. I have sold quite
a number of bottles through her recommendation, and as
far as I can learn it Ins given satif-ictin to all."
Davtp Aiuiott, Anstinbtirgh, Ohio, Dee. 5, IS-V1?, sars:
"Permit me to Iwar testimony to the romarknble efficacy of
your German Hitters, in the cure of liver complaint. For
"vars previous to taking it, I was severely nflHcted with
disease of the liver, so much so that I did not expect to
Jive, but bv a free tise of tbe Ritters, thanks to a kind
Provide iice, I find mvseif entirely restored to health and
!( to resume mv usual emnlnvment.
These Ritters are entirely vegetable, and free from all
For sale by Druggists and storekeepers, and by
S. Bl-ckland & Co., and
J. F. WOOSTER,
Febrnary 22,1 $35. 4yl Fremont, Ohio.
eWt Sisi Tijixfq.
Tho Great Purifier of the Blood.
THE BEST ALTERATIVE KSOWS.
JFot a particle of Mercury in it!
VX infallible remedy for scrofula, king's evil, rheuma
tism, obstinate eurmieons eruption, pimples or ps-
tules on Ilie iiiie, uioicnrfs, imiir, cnruuic tore res,
ague and fever, ringworm, or tetter, scald head,
enlargement and pain ofthe bones nnd joints,
6alt rheum, svphilitie disorders, stubtwirn
ulcers, and all iiiseasos arising from
an injudicious use of mercury,
imprudence in life, or impu
lity ofthe blood.
Tin's great alterative medicine or purifier of the blood is
iw used bv thousands of Grateful patients from all parts
of the United St:ites, who testify daily to the remarkable
cures performed by the greatest of alt medicines. Carter's
Spanish Mixture. Neuralgia, rheumatism, scrofula, liver
disease, eruptions on the skin, fevers, ulcers, old sores,
affection of the kidneys, diseases ofthe throat, female com
plaints, pains, and aching of the tones .and joints, are
speedily put to night by using this inestimable remedy.
t orall diseases oi inc moon, noming nasyei oeen imimi
to compare with it. It cleanses the system of all impuri
ties, acts gently and efficiently on the liver and kidneys,
strengthens the digestion, gives tone to the stomach,
makes the skin clear and healthy, and restores the consti
tution, enfebled bv disease or broken down by theexcests
of vonth, to its pristine vigorand strength.
For the Disk asks of Females it is peculiarly applicable,
aud wherever it has hecome known is regularly prescribed
with the happiest eibxts. It invigorates the weak and de
bilitated, and im'tirta elasticity to the worn out frame.
clears the skin, and leaves tbe patient fresh and healthy;
single tottle of this inestinable remedy is worth all the
so called sarsaparillas in existence.
The large nutntwrs of ccrtiricates which we have received
from persons from all parts of the United .States, is the
best evidence that there is no humbug about it. The
Tiress. hotel keeper-), magistrates, phvsicians, and public
men, well known to the community, all add their testimo
ny to the wonderful ellc-ts ot this uutAi mvvv t L -RIK1KR.
Call on the acent and get an Almanac, ana read the de-
tnilof tin- astonishinir cures performed by CARTER S
SPAyiSff MIXTURE, IN MOST (MSKS WHKKK EVERY
TUlNd KLSF. HA! SMISAl.f.T FA1LKP. 1 lie MmllS OI an au-
erti''ment will notdmit their full insertion.
WM. S. BEEUS & CO., Proprietors,
yo. XM Broadtcay, A'. Y.
Toirliom sll nr lr? must le al-lresf 1.
Ynr pnle liv Tni ovists and t'ountrv merchants in all
tarts of tbe United States and Canaiias, and by
S. Bccklakd & Co., and
JoiINT F. AVOOSTER,
Felirunrr 22, 1SS6 4yl Freii.-ut, OH".
II A LL VI LL.E, SANDUSKY CO., O.
THE subrcril-ers respespeetfullv announce to the eiti
ssens of Sandusky and adjoining counties: that they
have fitted up their Machinery in the best order, and are
prepared to carry on the manufacturing of
Wool and Cotlon,
In a mannf-r superior to any in the State. Their work
will all be WARRANTKD, as to manufacture, colors, and
finish. They intend to keep on hand all styles of poods
such as Cassimers, Full Cloths, Satinets, Tweeds, Flanuels,
blanketing. Mnseys, fcr.( all of which will be
ESCHAtlGED for WOOL,
On the most favorable terms. They will manufacture
on the shares or by the yani.
Prices for Manufacturing per Yard.
Flannels, 4 quarters wide
Cassimers and Full Cloths.
Twilled l.l.-mkeiimrs, o quarters wide
Flannels, 4 quarters wide
The chain for the Satinets, Liuwys, audTweedd will be
furnished at the atovc rates.
They are also prepared to do custom work att w
To card Wool 4 cts. per pound.
To weave l.lnsey and find chain. 12? cts. per yard.
To full, color aiid dress Cloth, is- cts. pe.r yaid.
To lull ami dress Cloth, 10 cts. per yard.
To full Cloth, 5 cts. per yard.
To weave Satinet, find chain, full color and dress, 29 cts.
To weave Satinet, find chain, full and dre?s, 23 cts. per
weave Satinet, find chain and full 21 cts. per yard.
To weave S;Uinet, find chain, 10 els. per van!.
1. C. DEAN" & SON.
Ballville, May 14,155. 16tf
Tk AS. The highest price, paid for good, clean Paper
t Riot, by P. P. FUSSKI.MAX & CO.
Fremont Auffust T lSo. "Sss
, Yds. MERRIMAC, COCIIECO,
and Allen's Prints, just received at
r. B. beery s,
Fehruary 1, 185. '. Clj-de, Opi.
A New Watch-maker,
0 Mr. J. SCIIERIF, of Saxony, Europe,
f&uiaa Watch-maker ami Jeweler,
WOCLD inform the citizens of Sandusky and the ad
joining counties that he has permanently , .
Located himself in Fremont.
Having had turnt a-seren years experience in thebnsiness,
he flatten himself that he can give satisfaction to all who
may favor tin- Old Shop with their patronage. He will
pay particular attention to the
Repairing of Fino Watches,
snch as Chronometers, Duplex, Double Timers, Levers,
Repeaters, kc. Also Common Watches of all grades par in
Having a complete set of .ill the Tools, Lathes, Engines,
&c, necessary for the manufacture of Watches, lie can
mase and replace any part or parts Of a ft atch
However difficult of construction,
That has been lost or broken, so that the most intricate
jobs can be done with despatch. lie will also
Galvanize, Fire Gila or Silver Plate,
Watch Cases, Chains, and other articles in asuperinrman-
ner, at reasonable prices, and on short notice. So come
one and all and bring in yonr work, and don't forget ihat
itai nit place to nave u well doxk, is ai
LEPPELMAN'S OLD STAND,
Front Street, FREMONT.
S3T N. B. My Spring Stock will be on
in a couple of weeks. iVil! then Ite nble to supply Ped.
ill.irsanc others with acomDlete assortment of Notions,
l neap jewelry, c, at
Prices Lower Ulan thru ran be had any where this side of
the Lily of new lork.
Fremont, 0, February 15, 1858. 3tf
C. J. MESSER,
SAXD USKTj OHIO.
Reading's Patent Corn-Sheller
CAPACITY 200 to 300 buiheln per hour, with sit horses,
sweep power 75 to 100 bushels per hour with two horse
Railroad power. Nine iirst premiums awarded in the fall
of 1S63. The patentee challenges the world to produce its
equal. Price, $55.
ttnron, inio, uet. ji, jhso.
I have nsed C. J. Msser's Corn-sheller foi shellingalout
fiftv thousand bushels corn, and consider it bv fur the best
shelter in nse. We shelled at one time .720 bushels in one
hour and fifteen minutes, and the work watr always well
done. JOHN W. SPRACUK,
AgentS. M. &X.R.R.
Iron power for 8 or 10 Horses.
This Power is treble-peered, being therefore three times
as strong as any single-geered power.
WOODBURY'S PA TEXT.
These machines are without an equal. They thresh and
lean better, waste leps, and do the same work easier than
anv other machine in use.
Also, inanufaetnrer of Mt. Vernon Separators. Clover
Machines, mipeiior to any in use, to hull from 20 to 40
bushels per day, tit for market.
A sent for Kieliar-i H. rcase Agnmltnral Works, Alha
nv, N. Y.; ExcelfdorChangahle Railroad power, for one or
two horses: Threshers-: Separators: Portable Circular
Saw-mills; 24 inch saw forwood cutting. &c: Corn plant
ers. Cnttivntors, kc.
Repainn done on short notice forpitt s and oth
Shop oppOSltd 3. A. K. xv. l(pOT. 4yX
nE that hath cars to hear, let him hear the Cood Xews
which I proclaim. Anil he that hath but little mon
ey let him come to the Grocery Store of
and buy the very best articles the Fremont market can
boast of at
Fair and Reasonable Prices.
Tlitherto but little if any attention has been paid by the
dealers of this market, to the purchase of any thing but
the most common varieties of
Coffee - Teas,
Fish, Tobacco, Spicos, tkc, &c.
Which has not met tbe wants of the people of Fremont.
At my establishment you will find all the common
Siirnrs of a half dozen varieties,
Xutmptrs, Cinnamon. Iudien. Pnan, Candles, Fish, Molas
ses, &c, &c, and at the same time, my stock of
CHoioe Fancy Groceries. I
Is th Ianrest and best selected one that has erer been off
ered here, among which mar be found the handsomest
Bunch, and Bloom Raisins,
Fijrs, Dates, Prunes, Citrons,
Oranges, Lemons, Currants,
Dried Fruits, Pickles, Candios
and every bodv in this section nf the country knon-s that
Cl:ip makc Belter Cantlios.
Than were erer ottered in tliis msrket. It Is manufactur
ed from the best Steam Retioed White Sugar in fact, it
cannot be surpassed.
M'TS of all kinds.
SOAP Toilet. Shaving and Common Bar.
TOHACO Theivine nnd Smokin?. from the best Tin-
foU wrapped, and Turkish Smokinjr, to t lie common plug.
My assortment in this line is unsurpassed.
Ulss .!;tr, lumliit-ri. r ia$Kf
Fruit Pishes, Door .Mats, Tiibl n,
Bnskfts, Hrooms, Pails,
Blekircr, Klnckintr Bmshcs, kc. kc.
CT0ARS "f tbe Pennine flavana brand, the delicious
and fraTJint Principe, Keaiia, and all the fancy brands
all waranted to smoke.
All tbe articles named above and manv others can al
ways be found at my store. My Goods are all
Wcw an;I Fresh,
Fmits and Groceries nil of last year's prowth and manu
facture, and I can WAUKANT "everv thine-of the first
quality. Kvery article kept in a Grocery Store will be
found here at
"Wholesale or Retail.
Call and see.
Fremont, June 22, 1853.
WHO WAXTS TO BE ITIAKKXEDl
The Art of Love Making.
The most extrnordinan TInnk of the Nineteenth Century!
The Uliss of Marriafyo.
THE WAT.Trt TflE ALTAR. 3f ATItlMOXT 5IAT1K EASTJ Or,
HOtV TO WIN A LOVER.
One Tolnme of H0 pacri'S. 32 mo. Prit-o one Dollar. 600,-
UOucopii's ali PMdv iiiP'l. 1 liirteenth eumon
realv. Print til on the finest paper, and
illustrated in the find style of art.
' Lore rules tiie court, tiie enrnp, the prore.
For Love is Heaven, end Heaven is LoTe,"
Fo Kin the Hard; yet tlmnemrts pine
For Love of life the lisrht tiivine
"Who, did thev know some jrentle charm,
The hearts of tlinse thev love, to warm,
Mk'ut live, miirht 'He, in supreme,
Possessinir al l of which tlirv dn-:iTn.
The. rond to Wcllork v-ouhl von know?
Pelay not. hut to KOMmff po.
Time flie. ar-.i from his jrlonmy wings
A shadow fills n livin? things;
Then seize the moments as they pas.
Fre fa'l the last Kinds through the glass;
At least the present is your own,
While nil the future is unknown.
A happv mrrinre man or m dd
Can now secure hy R Ui UTS aid.
It teaches how to make ladies or centlemen win the de
voted auctions of as many of the opposite -x as their
heartsniay desire. And the plan is so simple, yet so cap
tivating that nil mav he m-inied irresjteeiive of aire, ap
pearance, or position: and it ran be arraneed with such
ease and delicacy, mm ;eiecuou i uiipiMuur.
It teaehes how to make Jove.
It teaches erery eye to form & benutT of its own.
It teaches how to act when fascinated hy a lady.
It teaches how to make the wrinkle! face smooth.
It teaches you the kind of wife to select to render home
happy. , ,
It gives am ice to tup lover wno nun necn once miiy ac-
eept-d. and is rejected aiterward turonga the interference
It jrtvei a remedy for nnrequtted lore.
It pives you instruction for beautify intr the person.
llow to hare a handsome face and bands.
How to remove tan and freckles.
A lecture on love, or a private advice to married ladies
This is fteciiledlv the most Tascinnatimr. Interestinir and
reallv useful antl Krctic:il work on Courtship. Matrimony,
and the delights of Married Life, that has ever been issued
from the American press. The artificial social system.
which in so many instance prevents a union of hearts, and
sacrifices t conventionalism the happiness and even the
res of thousands of the yonnff and hopeful of Ixith sexes,
thorouehly analyzed and exposed. Every one who con
m plates marriage, and wishes for an infjillihle euide. in
the selection of a partner for life, should purchase this
great text hook of connubial felicity.
.o one wm ever regret tue price paiu iorsacn an invai-
Kills of anv of the specie paying bnnrts in the inited
tates or Canada reci'tved at par. Gold dust can be sent
from California. AH that is necessarr for you to do is to
writo a b-tter in as few words as possiMe, incloiinjr ONE
001,1, Alt, and write the nam1, with the noitottico. countr
and state and directto PKOKKSSOR RONPcH'T,
Pkwitt 5: P TWpnrT, Nassau st are the whole
sale ajrents. hl -t?ents wanted. 47m6
00T3 an.l SHOES,
-TiX piles just re-
ceived and selling t
xtremelr I.dW br
P. B. BEERY,
Febrnary 1, 1SS8. Clyde, Ohio.
I ATIIING-TrTlS. and Shower Baths, made to order,of
any st le. at short notice.
August iu. ihoo. i . r. r i .-i-.ia.ii.- l n.
P1"TP?. Vell and Cistern rumps. A superior article
May be found at onr shon.
August iu, r. r. r t ssm-jia.?! f
LARDNER'S 0XE THOUSAND AND
Thing worth Knowing, of practical me
to everybody, rnce only 25 cents.
Published this Day.
The publishers here nrt-snt r-,t mnt. nfmafnl
and most carefully selected information than has ever
Deen tx iore om-reo m any one twjok, even of the largest
given in this work, any lady can eailr bernme her own
Cook. Dressmaker, Carter and Phttsirian.:
while any gentleman can thoroughly instruct himself in
many oi tne moi
Useful and money-making arts.
The whole forniintr a
Complete Library of Valuable Domestic Knowledge and
Selected from the exierience of acres, and combined with
all the chief modern dincoveries aud improvements of our
own ana oiner countries in those
L'SKFI L An ELEGANT ARTS
Which not only contribute to the Happiness, the Conven
ience and Comfort of Civilized and Social Life, but even
The Preservation and Prolongation of Life Itsetf.
THOUSANDS OF VOLUMES HAVE BEEX
By the compilers, in order to obtain the vast amount of
information contained in the paire of this invainable
work, and every recipe has been satisfactorily tested.
The publishers rely upon the enormous saleg which the
worth of this book must command for it, to recom Dense
them for the (Treat outlay attending its production.
Price2dCents- J. P. SAXTMYKR, Columbus.
For Sale by S. BL'CKLAND CO.
Fremont, April 17, Ifi. 12m3
Oil Mill Machinery for Sale.
TITE subscriberhas the follnwine OIL MILL MACTrTV
ERY, which he wishes to sell. It is amoat XKW,
hayinp-been run but two years, is of the best and most im
proved kind, and will be disposed of at bargain. The
several parts are a follows: One hydrostatic press of 500
tons power; two larire rnllintr heaters; one seed mill; two
mulling stones; one mill for grinding oil cake; screws;
pumps, shaftincr, peering, elevators, trucks, and ail tbe
parts nnd fixtures fora complete first class manufactory.
TW Forfurther information enquire at the office ofthe
Fremont Journal, or C. G. MINKI ER
September 2S, 1865. Rollersville, 0.
r k rnrr t Timrn titt t o
VJil. 1 nii.1V JL LJ lJUJLiO
APERATE by theil powerf.J inflaence on the
j uiufniiu viscera w yuriiv uic uiuuu nuu suinu-
lute it into healthy action. They remove the
obstructions of the stomach, bowels, liver, and other
orirans ot the body, and, by restoring their irregular
rtinn tn VioiltVi cnrrot wharoro tbo Tiit tmK
deranfrements as are the first causes of disease,
An extensive trial of their virtues, by Frofessom.
Physicians, and Patients, has shown cures of dan-
x uysiciaiis, aiiu rauenw, aas snown cures ui oaa-
substantiated by persons of such exalted position
and character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth.
Their certificates are published in my American
Almanac, which the Agents below named are
pleased to furnish free to all lnqtiinnsr.
Annexed we give Directions for their use in the
complaints which they have been found to cure.
Fob Costivb.ness. Take one or two Pills, or
snch quantity as to gently move the bowels. Cos-
tiveness is frequently the aggrarating cause ot
Pilbs, and the cure of one complaint is the cure
of both. No person can feel well while under a
costive habit of bodv. Hence it should be, as it
can be, promptly relieved.
ob DTBPEPsiA, which is sometimes the cause
of Costtreness, and always
doses from one to four
uncomfortable, take mild
to stimulate the stomach
on Thev will do it and
on. iney wiuQoii, ana
and liver into healthr action.
the heartburn, bodijburn, and soulburn of dyspepsia
will rapidly disappear. When it has gone, don't
forget what cured you.
For a Focl Stomach, or Slorbid Inaction of tin
Bowels, which produces general depression of the
spirits and bad health, take from four to eight Pills
at first, and smaller doses afterwards, until activity
and strength is restored to the system.
For Nervousness, Sick Headache, Natsea,
Pain in the Stomach, Back, or Side, take from four
to eight pills on going to bed. If thev do not oper
ate sufficiently, take more the next day until they
do. These complaints will be swept out from the
system. Don't wear these and their kindred dis
orders because your stomach is foul.
t oR scrofula, brysipelas, ana au msease
some disgust ins? diseases which seemed to saturate
the whole system have completely yielded to their
uinuence, leaving: ine sunerer in peneci netuia.
Patients! your duty to society foibids that you
shouM parade yourself around the world covered
with pimples, blotches, ulcers, sores, and all or any
of the unclean diseases of the skin, because your
system wants cleansing.
To Purify thb Blood, they are the best medi
cine ever discovered. They should be taken freely
and frequently, and the impurities which sow the
seeds of incurable diseases will be swept out of the
system like chaff before the wind. By this property
they do as much good in preventing sickness as by
the remarkable cures which they are making every
Liter Complaint, JATJxniCE, and all Bilious
Affection arise from some derangement either
torpidity, congestion, or obstructions of the Liver.
Torpidity and congestion vitiate the bile and render
it unfit "for digestion. This is disastrous to the
health, and the constitution is frequently under
mined bv no other cause. Indigestion is tne symp
tom. Obstruction of the duct which empties the
bile into the stomach causes the bile to overflow
into the blood. This produces Jaundice, with a
long and dangerous train of evils. Costiveness, or
alternately costiveness and diarrhcea, prevails.
Feverish symptoms, languor, low spirits, weariness,
restlesscess, and melancholy, with sometimes in
ability to sleep, and sometimes great drowsiness ;
sometimes there is severe pain in the side ; the skin
and the white of the eyes become a greenish yellow ;
the stomach acid; the bowels sore to the touch;
the whole system irritable, with a tendency to fever,
which may turn to bilious fever, bilious colic, bilious
diarrhcpadysentery, &e. A medium dose of three
or four Pills taken at night, followed by two or threo
in the morning, and repeated a few days, will remove
the cause of ail these troubles. It is wicked to suffer
such pains when you can cure them for 26 cents.
Khbumatism, Gout, and all Inflammatory Fe
ver, are rapidly cured by the purifying; effects of
these Pills upon the blood and the stimulus which
they afford to the vital principle of Life. For these
ana all kindred complaints they should be taken in
mild doses, to move the bowels gently, but freely.
As a Dinner Pill, this is both agreeable and
useful. No Pill can be made more pleasant to take,
and certainly none has been made more effectual to
the purpose for which a dinner pill is employed.
DR. J. C. AVER & CO
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
AND SOLD B7
Sold by S. BrCKLAXD & CO.,
Fremont, and by Tmy
Not. 1G, 1855. Islyl
GODFREY & GOIiDSItllTII'.
Located at the foot of Columbus Arenue on Jf'ater Street,
THE facilitios for neiiirinjr a thorough hnsiness educa
tion nt this iiisiiiiition are unsurj'DSsed hy any of a
pimil.'tr character in the L'nion. The full course inel tides
sinirle and double entry book-keep inc, as applied to husi
ness in every department of trade, penmanship, commer
cial calculations nnd lectures on every subject of impor
tance connected with tbe interest of the couuuerchil worid:
For Full Mercantile course,
For Partial course.
For Full course for LaiHos.
For penmanship no extra chanre to attendants
upon college. For those who desire to study
Anntirants nwv enter the institution at snv time, there
heine no vacation or class system, instruction being given
MKCE?SARY Qt AUFICATIOXS.
A knoTvled of the ordinary EnpHh branches are the
prerequisites to enter upon a course of studies.
Pupils by attending strictly to their studies during; hoars
nf instruction, may complete the full conrse in from eiirht
to twelve wei-ks, and partial course, winch includes those
branches of accounts which are deemed necessary for ordi
nary business operations, from four to six we-ks. Those
either course have th priviletre of reviewing at any
guhset i nent verioi1 fn-e of extra charge.
Iiploinas awaxded to those only who complete the full
fl" Inquiries hy letter will receive prompt attention.
Godfrey & Goldsmith,
rrVwH. John W fio.lfrf.vsnn J. TT. OoMsmith, of.
this ritv have become proprietors of the Samlasky Cora
merchil Colh-tre. Th nni.-s of tWe c-nth-nion nre an o
eidlent frnaruntv of sttrees for thN useful I(ihition. Mr.
flodtir-T is well 'known in this n-ffin :is one of onr most
enerietic citiens, an1 hns the n-'iuNite capital ami expe
rience to un!ifv liim f.-r Hk' i.ni'It-nt yet i-tiirient Tinnaw
ment ofthe lin-inei-il an.l business departments ofthe col
leire. Mr.flohjsnntlt's repntntinn as a sitr-cr-s-iful :tnd thor
otitrh teacher h l''n f.il'y established In Cineinnatl,
where he was conneeti-,1 wi'h l.ntmiy's commercial sehoni.
Those who h:ivt sonB toeilticate in the branches usnal'y
taught in such iu-iiitutions, need have no hesitation about
commit! in - them to his care.
31tojanl".7 Sandusky Register.
rtnn Yds. KENTUCKY JEANS, COT-
' TON Flannel?, Tweeds and TVnims, just reeeiv-
ofthe Skin, take the Pills freely and frequently, to
keep the bowels open. The eruptions will gener- I
ally soon begin to Siminish and disappear. Jianv ;
dreldful ulcers and sores have bJLd up by
the Dureirie and pimfTinc ettcct of these ills, and :
tnt roreihiv ren.mds as of the wet season in Noah's time,
y?r to the smrhii ions crop,
"l "hl of r' , " 'IT "V- "i ,he S"Z
'Z Z "j t
nd ihe eontn ':: tad., 'in th int. Ar ir;.'.
Roberts & Sheldon!
" i-.l " ,
STOVES, TIN, HARD-WARE,
jm. iw m
WHOLESALE and RETAIL!
ROBERTS SHELDON, hm added stock of HARD
WAKE, to their large stock of
Stoves and Agricultural Tools,
And shall he receding addition! from time t time, allot
which will be
Sold VeryClieap! -
at the old stand of PEASE & ROBERTS.
STRAW CUTTERS. The very Vst for sale br
ROBERTS & SHELD0X.
POTASH KETTLES, Coolers, Lev-psila, and Dipper, al
ways on hand at the Store and HsHtrare Store of
ROBERTS 4 SHELDOX.
PUMPS. Down's and Co's Rerolrin Spout, Well, Cis
tern and Forcing pomps, for ele hr
ROBERTS 4 SHFLBOX.
IEAD PIPE, all siies, for sale at
ROBERTS t SHELDON.
P EDI. ARSmpplied with plsin, japanned and stsmpee
1 in tt are and Yankee .Notions t the lowest Whole-
F"".-", JtUbKKTS It SHELDON-
-sortITPTa 1. utrprivw . T; '
a. Ior V"
" J""nrm .nteracale.
, 'J,ABLE CLTTLERY cheap, at
ROBERTS 4 SIIELDOX.
; "f T7RAPPIXG, Cap,
: f EliS, at wholes
letter, and Cnmmprrinl X't. T
wholesale and retail, by
i TAnd Enamelled KETTLFS for sale low bj
KOBERT8 k 3HEU
- tt-q m:m n . . -
ROBERTS A SHELDOX.
CHI R.VS. Patent Therrooroet. r and Cylinder Churns,
for sale low at the Agricultural Store if
ROBERTS ts 3HELDOX.
' AOff BELLS, the best in town at '
V KOBEP.TS k SHELDOX.
GRIXD STONES and Hanging for sale cheap br
ROBERTS k SHELDOX.
COPPER and SHEET IROX Jobbing done br the best
workmen in the country at
ROBERTS k SHELDON'S.
I CTOVES. STOVES. Te would hare H distinctly under-
i ii?,?! .? "l"'" E ITER Stoves, for LESS
M,)-stY tu'm 7 n,h'r tins ronntrv.
ROBERTS & SHELDOX.
Fremont, Sept. 21, lSJo. 35tf
AAV AY WITH MEIiAACIIOIiV.
Success to American Trade,
ARTS AM) PRODUCTS FOREVER!
TlIEri-arllM will be mrnioral lein all eonim? time.
A cnraMn&tion of events, surh as the world has seldom
mlncssed, h:is transpirt-d tlurii: its biivf space, ft or.
Pestilence and famine, H'eczil and Kncwnot hinpimm, are
its tiistiivuisiiiup f. .tturv. Ali these evils Lave been
prevalent .iurins this wond-rfnl yenr. bat with all tin
there is hope in the future. After a lone, tedious, bitter
wititcr ii:iexain;-Ud in severity ar.d ih-.rslion : a Summer
"N ow is the winter of ur discontent made glorious Sum
Better Times are in Yictr,
I-abor and economy are prreat resonrres. and they har
been thoror.hry practieu d-jrin? tlie last year by all clas
ses of community. But we must not enlarge. Having
TIZE NEW BRICK STORE
la James Mnre Block, filled to overflowing with al
kinds and qualites of
And having taken nnnsnal pains in their selection, and
purchased them of houses in the city of New York, that
Sell at Gravel Bottom Prices L
tb-m with ei
pefiil referenee to
he WANTS of this com
mnnitv, I ran afford to s-lT i
Lawrs from fid to 'J5 cts Ginjr
haies from 10e to 'J-'tr; Beraire Pe
lain s from Is to 4s; iWrt tri s from 2s t
Ss: I':insts from 4e to l'jjo: ilksfrom4 to
12: Po 'jpsfrom Is d to Summer Stuff from
10c to 2s; Linens from 2s to 4s; Lace Veils from 2s to 3s.
pai:imlai:lv FOK ladies:
Silk. Crape. TV-hnne and Bmchs Shawls; also,alarrt
lot now styles of Mantillaa; Broad Cloths fmm l?a
to $5,00; Cassimers from 4s to 2,00; Satinet
from 2s (Jii to Ss; Bleached Sheeting
from 6d to Is: Gluws and Stock
in ?ts from Hd to s per pair,
iiut Sfiace will not admit
of enumeration: my
pric. cannot be
Or any Other Town in the State of 01iix
ITavinir spent several years in studying the tastea and
wants of this community, 1 have reached the point wherw
I feel that I have no competition. It it unnecessary to
say more. My stock is
ope.v ron IXSPECTIOM
And the whole community are invited to call sad examiner
it, that thev mav be convinced of the fact.
. ALL KIXDS OF PRODUCE !
At the highest market price, taken in exchange for Goods.
WjT Ihm't forget to call at
James Moore's Xew Briclc BlocJe.
Fremont, Xovemberl6, 1855. A. GrSDORJ.
IS now receiving a quantity of that
Cincinnati Star Flonr
Made from southern white wheat, which was harvested bs-
fore the mins eonaemientlv the Wheat was not snrooted.
and the Flour warranted of the best quality, at
Mitchell 8 locr & jteed otore.
Fremont,, Nov. 30, 1855.
HAVE you any more of that Fifty Cent
GllEEX TEA? is a question that Is repeated every
honrin the dav bv hundreds of people. It is the best tea.
fi t tbe money ever sold in this town, as the jrrat rush fo-
it is a convincing proof. II Black Tea is delicious, bo
to Mitchell' Family ftrocery for your Tea
Fremont, November 30, 1S5-3.
THERE is a great demand for that
Two Shilling Tobacco,
AtMiTcmaL9. His customers make known the fact that
it is the best article for the money that canoe had. H
keeps two men and a boy constantly dealing out the article
Fremont, November 50, ISoo.
MITCHELL has just received a beauti-
fnl article of New Orl tans Sugar;
ino keir Nails
6(i bundles WrapTiinfr Paper,
A fresh lot of Mai-kerel, Herring Fish, &C,
5,000 gallons of Stone Ware.
Fremont, November 30, 1SS5.
BAKER'S Cocoa, Broma and Chocolate,
j ust nvHrwi at HITCH ELL'S.
i'reuiont, NoTpmlH'r30, 18-5.
MITCHELL is now receiving a large,
stock of l ather and tlii'Mnirs, at
Mitchell's Leather Stork.
Fremont, N'ovpmbf r l.
JUST LISTEN SOW!
IF vou want choice Groceries, at a fair price,
Frrmont, Xorember 30, 1S55.
BRASS and enameled KETTLES for'
sale LOW by KonxTi k Smarm.