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Fever and Ague-An Infalible Cure.
Ws dafj tli world to product any medicine which
aot oontein quinine, Iferk, arsenic, mercury r any
mcxiooJ or deadly compound, to core this annoying
so effectuslly aa Carter's 9panh Mixture While
ooattias none of the above named dangerous articles,
possesses a power in relieving and coring Fever and
which cannot be approached by any of them separately
In combination. It acta specifically on the liver, purifies
the blood, openi the pores of the skin, and sUt nature
to expel from the system the seeds of aeaae, or what U
bad, the remain of the minpX drugs, which clog
finally destroy the oomtijtion.
See the cure of Mr-tngden of Virginia, He had
twice a d m tiree years, nothing would relieve
wih:im tried Carter'sSpanifth Mixture, only three bottle
of which effectually restored him to health, nor has he
return of the disease since. June tO 21w4
The Triumph Complete.
A'otitr perfect curt of Epilepsy by Dr. Honest Epileptic
Dnrant's Neck, Ferquiman's Conntv, N". C., I
- October 1st, 185S. J
Ct Hascs, 1W Sir- lilting been afflicted with MKaff
fits for lima vears past, I determined to give your Fills
trial, (advertisement of which I aaw in sums of the papers
ndcontinued to use them for aorae month, ontil I
entlrelv eured. I believe them to be a nrst-rate article;
.H 1 have used them, I have not had on attack
sod am bow in the eojoyswnt of ood health,
lam r, rpectXully, T-wjkj. j J1(,opA
m i -Th... Pilla were recommended to me bv Mr.
than Newby, of thii Co, to whose address you sent them.
" Those Pills beidea earing Epilepsy, are a specific for
BAMiiacatioaa of nervous disease. Prica, $3 per box;
boxes $5; twelve boxes for $24. Pereont enclosing a
will nave the pills aent them throat h the
on tta receipt. For (ale by Beth S. Bailee, No. 106 Balti
more afreet, stX, to whom orders from all parti f
Cnion must be addressed. Jane IS, lSw. 30w2
Great English Remedy.
Sir jAKia OilII'l CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS.
Prepared from s prescription of Sir James Clarke,
Physician extraordinary to the Queen. This Invaluable
Medicine is unfalUng in the core of all those painful
dimerous diseases incident to the female constitution.
It moderates all excesses, removes all obstructions,
brings on the monthly period with regularity. These
PUls should be used two or three weeks previous to finement;
they fortify the constitution, and lessen
suffering during labor, enabling the mother to perform
duties with safety to herself and her child.
These PUU should hot be (stem by females during
Jlrat farce months o pregnancy, as they art awn to bring
mm nuscorriage, but at any other ttmt lacy srs saje.
la all cases of nervous and spinal affections, pain in
Tksek and limbs, heaviness or fatigue an slight exertion,
palpitation of the heart, lowness of spirits, hysterica,
headache, whiles and all the painful diseases occasioned
by disordered system, these pills will affect a cure when
other means hare failed, and although a powerful remedy,
do not contain iron, calomel, antimony or any other min
eral. Full directions accompanying each bottle. Price,
in the United States and Canada, One Dollar.
Sola agents for this country.
La BALDWIN CO, Boehester, S. T.
TCCTTL5 k MOSES, Auburn, N. Y, Gssiral Aokwts.
K. B. II and postage stamps enclosed to any athorta-
ed agent, will insure a bottle of toe Fills by return mail
Cor sale by S. BVCKLAXD sr. stO, Fremont, and
em. drugrist in every town In the United States.
Kay SO. 183. :"
On the 18th Inst, bv Rev. L. M. Pounds, Mr. Jacob
Rom, of this place, to Miss Mast K. Majmh, of Ballville.
Good-by, Jacob. Love's doings aki unaccountable
Still we think the moat sensibla way of solving the prob
lem is by th. Newtonian theory of attraction, for we
Attraction Is a curious power,
That none can understand;
Its intluenoe is evcrvwhere,
- In water, air and land.
It operate on everything
The sea, the tide, the weather;
It brings the sexes close, smart up.
And binds them last together.
The cake waa eaten and pronounced good. May life's
Joys and blessings ever be the lot of our young friends.
On the 8th Inst, bv Rev. II. Lane, at the York Centre
House, Mr. Wallacf. Strohl. and Miss Sarah A. TniBvaxcst'ek,
both of Washington.
PORT OF FREMONT.
PREPARED FOR THE JOURNAL BY ED. M. HULBURD.
Jane 17 S. B. Mamd Queen, Orr, SandnxVr; Got for
Aar,8. Burktnnd &Co.; H. IS.etrhtr; J.
ii. L"fhT: J. bmuman, and 60 half tibls Fish
for G. Hadley.
Pfns Hrmnt, DonglnM. Sandti!ky: TKi rarfpo.
18 Scbr Kuk, Goolti, BittTat. 63 tonn llert-handira,
A. (iuiuiorf; 0 Urn do Canfit-ld ft Bm; 14
- C F osier k Co.; 6 tons do C B & E B King.
June 17 S. B. tald Queen, Orr, Sandoskr; 39 kejrn but-
t-r, 3 bhls tirirs, from C. Foster fc Co 31 kjrs
-' ' bittr, D. Bftm k Co.; 20 kgs butter, 0 tbls
tyZfp K, U t t U Jung.
FREMONT PRICE CURRENT.
WntiT, per a 1,00
Ktora, per barrml . $7,00
Corj, rn?r bu"hcl. . a 25
Coax, in the Ear 25
Rra. per tmahel a -45
OxTa,ier bohl . a 18
Bctter, J?r jwund 12
Eaoa, per doccn... 8
Ciee&s, per pound . 12
Dxessxd Hoes, per hand-red $5,00 a 5,60
Labd, per pouiHj ..... . - 10
Halt, kit barrel $2,25 a
HiDca, per pound ... 4 V a 10
Flax Sean, per buahel ....$1,00 a $,25
TihotbtSkbo, per bushel . $2,00 a 2,25
Clotke Sksd, per bushel..... 7,00
IIxxs, Smoked, per poand...w . . 12
Beaks, perbabei $1,50
Potatoes, purbufth-el 31
Apple, Green, per bnhhM.. 63
Do. Dried, per burhct $1,25
Psagbea, pared, per pound... 12
- Beeswax, per pound . 25
Oxiosa, per bushel -. 37
CtticacjfS, Live, per pair .... 25
pf. Pressed, ptr poimd 6
TrassTa, Live.eaeh 37 a 50
Do, Dreased, per pound , 6
Wool, per pound 25 a 40
CLEVELAND, June 17.
The rfai" market in quiet Cnm, nominally 3"Ja3e;
cut 24c; WhfAt f 1,10 for best, aud mlenor gnulo. ui pro
port ion; Rye C5c
Floor scarcely an firm as laid vrek, and $-5,87K is prob
ably the best lifm for liie cnoicesu
Nfw Tome, Jane 17.
FTonr heavrr wile fl.OOObbls $4,(0iiii,.40 for rommon to
atraijrht sttu; $4,.iiii$& for common to jrn. Mich; $d,30a
$5,60 for common to prooii western; $5,056,10 for com.
BrrOn to eood frxtrn rt it-rn.
Wheat firm ;! 40.000 bu at $l,35n$1.75;t for Cana-
tiiar.; l,40jt$l.?9 wjjite anutbem; Kye K0aK3: Corn easj,
4-ia4o for difiUuety; tuaoo ir comuiun to gooc
ITool is owning in in small lots. Borers are plenty and
prices will likely rule coneioerabij niner tbAn Ian eea
on. iud-rina from Quotations eattt, and enquiries of bttr-
ra. At premmt tbe followin-r rates art paid, but they
may be set down as liinde ngunn, ana below, rawer umo
Tti the mark:
Commoo, washed . ...235
S blod do ..2-Vrt.
i blood flo 8tir32
Wood do ..32036
Full blood do 35(40
Cnvaahed. X off t-he above prices.
Chicago Tribune, 12th.
Woou Th trade ts now actire In this article, and the
snpplies of the nore common nrrade are cumiDfi in firely
Prices rarg frum 30 to 45 cents. These are oed judges
- ana ue eompeuuan among nuyers is nveiy.
Massillon News, 13th.
Wool, Is bow eoming in freely, the price averaging
from 28 to oo cants, borne lot oi mil moon vnng irom
41 to 44 cents. There is a nwiiffst iuiprovement in the
manner of putting it np for market, the greater part be-
infi brought m neatly pacaea ana in gooa oruer.
Warren Chronicle, 12th.
Prospects of the Wheat Crop.
A gen tlemaa, a practical priculturli?t, who has jnst
returned from a tour through Indiana, Illinois and iowa,
called t our Osfboe this morning and ic formed us that the
prospect of the -tall wheat cnm m Illinois and low u re-
markAbly poor, betog, so far as his obserratioa extended,
wiukh- -s-ii icnj. i ne spring crep in iowa loosea promising.
In Indiana, and the western and southern nart of Ohio.
the crop cannot be considered by acy sneans promisiDg.
n r i u mi bu irrounaing counties, tbe prospecs oj an
abundant yield aeror has been more cheering.
Columbus Fact, 13th.
Flt Uf the Wheat. Wa learn b a gentleman from
Be Heme, Huron county, that tue weevil is making de
tructirs work with the wheat fields in that vicinity. The
insects swarm in clouds over the grain fields, and upon
every stalk or head great numbers of them are found.
The prospects ara that in the region of Be 11 erne and the
same must be the case in other sections the wheat crop,
this season will be entirely out off. 6duky Register.
Wo regret to say that we have within the past few
days beard a number of tamers is our immediate vicinity,
ay, the wheat fields were suffering much from the rava
ge of tbls insect. Tet we trust its operations are not so
extensive aa represented. Ed Jour.
Tbe Wheat in this county is almost all headed out, and
the heavily covered fields present a glorious prospect, and
jive promise of an abundant harvest. Wnyme Democrat.
Wheat ni Caxada. A person writing from Toronto,
ays "I-arjre quantities of wheat are still in the hands of
the Lpper Canada farmers probablv not less than 5,000,
000 bushels. They bad not the good sense to sell when
prices were highest. The extent of jBd under crop is
. graater than at any previous time.
Fremont Journal. Local and Miscellaneous Matters.
Csnfield k Brother bare a great stock of Hardware.
New Goods at Beery'a, Clyde. Ohio.
Rot. Mr. Cooper, of Tiffin, will preach at St. Paul's
Church, in Fremont, on Sunday evening next, June
at 8 o'clock.
Just Arrived from Kansas.
A year ago this last spring, Mr. C. E. Dewet, with
brother-in-law, Itr. Daxiel Baib, and their amities
Scott township in this county, to make their home in Kan
sas. Mr. Bair died last winter, and his widow, on account
of the disturbances In the territory, resolved to return
Ohio, arriving here Monday last Mrs. B. says she would
not have bien able to got out of the Territory, had it
been that she fell in with the Surveyor and his party.
Four times they were stopped by the "ruffians," who
sisted that they were fugitives fleeing from justice,
when they presented their revolvers, they were allowed
proceed. She says that but a taint idea of the state
things now existing io that territory, is entertained by
people here, and that unless the Free State men get sub
stantial aid soon, they will be overcome and crushed
Mr. Dewet, still remains In Kansas, and says ha wilL
need be, sell his life at the cost of more than one Border
4th of July Excursion!
Ho! for Kelley's Island.
Arrangements hare been made with Capt. Orr, of
steamer Ulnd Qscea, for an Excursion to Kellry's Island,
oa this favorite boat, on tbe Fourth of July next.
who wish to avail themselves of this opportunity to enjoy
a delightful trip, will giro notice to Mr. Dk Witt Krkbs,
or Ed. M. HuunRD.
The stata Qaxes will leave the dock at about 8 o'clock
in the morning, proceed to the Island, where dinner
be served, and return to Fremont, by 8 or o'clock In
evening. Bill, including dinner, 3.
JE WITT KRERS,
ED. M. HULUCRD,
June 20, 1S56. Com. Amnfftmentt.
A high-spirited horse, attached to a light wagon,
frightened on Friday afternoon, last, and broke from
fastening and ran at great speed through Front street;
wtuj. opposite Roberts & Sheldon's store, h started
other horse and wagon, in . w hich sat a boy. Away went
horse Ko. 2, at full speed, but before going a square, threw
the boy out and smsshed the wagon. Strange to say,
boy escaped unhurt.
Ljr On Sunday evening the 8th Inst., quite a disas
trous lire occurred in Findlay. The sufferers were Cron
inger&Co.; Wilson Vance; C.B. Wilson; J. D.Ford,
a. W. Galloway. Loss about $10,000; insurance, $8,500.
Cx Dr. TrsBS will be at Kesslers American on Thurs
day next, 26th instant.
t. T Court of Common Pleas will commence its session
on Monday next.
fcr The editor of the Perrvsburg Journal is a Incky
fellow certain; one of his patrons committed mmtnmonf
tbe other day, and aeeompam insr tbe bridal notice, was
handsome rest pattern for the editor.
UT The Huron county Horse Show, will take place
tbe Fair Grounds at Olena, on Thursday next, 26th lost
There will be some fine stock exhibited there.
ZIT The "great old squirt," W. Carter's Street
Sprinkler is on duty again. And while the clouds refuse
grrs the requisite supply to lsy the dust, we vote it an in-
For the Journal.
Within s shell enclos'd I lie,
But not to snail or clam allied;
And yet historians say that I
Keenly rebuk'd presumptive pride. .
A Fine Flock of Sheep.
For the Journal.
TOWNSEND, June, 18, 1856.
Mr. Kkkler: I have just sheared my flock of 47 sheep,
the weight of which I send you; I do not pretend to brag
very mach over this showing, bnt if there is any other
dock of the same mumlier in the county that go ahead
mine, perhaps they will send you notice.
Weight of 47 fleeces 255 pounds.
Weight of 4 yearling ewe's fleeces 27 do
One buck . . ...10 do
One do 8 do
Yours truly, JOHN S. WOODS.
The Cleveland Herald says that counterfeit 10's
the Commercial Bank, Midland District, Canada, are
circulation in that city. They may be described ss being
darker than genuine; vignette winged figure of Mercury
scattering coin from a cornucopia; figure 10 on either side
in a scroll; ships in s circle on right, lower corner; roses,
shamrock and thistle on left end, with figure 10 enwreath-
ed; signatures good.
CTiT- The Cleveland Bonk Note Reporter tor June 16th
ba just been issued, by JrYirt & Co Bankers. The list
broken and closed bunks is very laiye.
We haTc it on our taUe. It comes at SI per year.
jCSfTho New York Tribune preaches
capital little sermon in the following strain:
Flowkrs asd Vises. Train the vines upon the sunny
side of your bouse dig np the little patches by your
tioor rear the trees and vegetables, and nurse the flowers.
1 nelr Iragrance win be at your . lrulowa, the birds will
come and sing to you, and you will bless God and be very
We join ourselves to no party that does not carry the
ana wiui me music OI llie i nion.
Coite vourselves to no part nor set of men that do
not march nnder the glorious ensigns of enr republic, and
G. W. GLIDE.
G. W. GLIDE. The German papers of Cincinnati.
The onlv German naper in Cincinnati that has hoisted
the names of Buchanan and Brerkenridtre, is the yolks-
tfrevnd. This this fact indicates sirniticiint)y the position
ol lue t.erman population towards the nominees ofllie Bor
der Kullian Democracy and their pro-slavery platform.
Tom Corwin in the Field.
The Indianapolis Jonrxah of Saturdar announces that
Hon. Thomas Cora in and lion. Caleb B. Smith, will sueak
at Cnunersville, Indiana, on the 28th inst in faror
uie Jiepuniiuau cause.
t 3 The Sumner outrace at Washincton has stirred
the blood that lies in ttie time that tried men's souls.
An old lady named Fletcher, 90 years of ae, in Westford,
(Mass.) last week, hnng Preston S. Brooks in effiirv with
a logfinr-rhain. She made the figure herself, laU-Ued it,
and called in assistance and hoisted it to tlie limb of
tree. The old lady has too much of the blond of the
Revolution in her veins to submit to this Inst outrage
without some mark of her disapproval. LoKeU Cilizem.
Mr. Edwards, of the House, has siren notice of his in
tention to introduce s bill for the removal of the seat of
government from Washington to some point in Ohio,
within five miles of Cincinnati. This is right. Let it be
removed from the city of slaverv and assassination. Pe-
itions are being circulated widely and in earnest, in tbe
Free States for its removal.
What Drwocrsct has i Store foe the North. The
time is close at hand when such statesmen as Sumner snd
Hale will have justice, full justice done them: rasa, in
tkort, an Jbolitionut will be lynched at readily in Ife
ii" mna aumum as us i,nmriwon or itesf UTUano. iv.
Y. Daf Book ( Democratic paper J)
During the storm, a few davs sen the lia-htninr came
down in tbe pasture of Charlea Titcomb, of Kensington,
V. H. Descending perpendicular into the earth for about
thirty feet, so ss to iiirm a good well snr water. The hole
is as big as s barrel, and was formed lute tbe holes of the
chipmuck, without throwing out any earth. Boston Past.
r sT" The Chieaco Democrat. (John Wentworth's pa
per says that the violent attacks on Mr. Buchanan in
Douirlas s orean in that citv were written bv Judee Doug
las himself, and that a part of the originan manuscript of
one of the articles will soon be placed in Mr. B.'s hands.
r Tbe Louisville Journal, in sneakinr of the Law
rence outrage, says: "There were twice ss many traitors
in South Carolina in tbe days of the Revolution, as in
any other state in proportion to population, and we think
her soil as a general rule, grows worse men now than it did
3T A. bad accident occurred to the
morning Express train, coming West from
Cleveland on the V. & T. it. Jti. When
three miles this side of Cleveland, the boil
er of the locomotive exploded, blowing the
maching all to pieces and badly injuring
several persons among them Sir. Allen,
master machinist of the shops at Cleveland.
The extent of the damage we have not
learned, nor if the wounds of Mr. A. are
likely to prove fatal.
Later. I he engineer, named frank
Thayer, was badly scalded. The fireman,
named Jas. Lmoa, is so badly scalded and
otherwise injured, that his life is dispaired
of. Mr. Allen is badly scalded and one
leg broken. The engine is a total wreck.
Later. Lemon has since died. Allen
is in a critical condition.
NATIONAL CONVENTION. J. C. Fremont Nominated.
Philadelphia, June 18.
At last evening's session of the conven
vention, nothing was done but listening
speeches Senator Wilson being amongst
This a. m., the hall is monstrously crowd
ed, the entire floor and lobbios being closely
packed. Copies of Sumner's speech
freely distributed among the delegates, and
various handbills are scattered about
The Massachusetts delegation met this
m., and unanimously agreed to cast their
voto for .banks, upon which Mr. Marsh
thoritatively withdrew his (Banks') name,
and the delegation then voted unanimously
to support I remont.
The Convention was called to order about
10 o'clock a. m. A National Executive
Committee was appointed by States.
Mr. WO mot reported a platform the
reading of which was frequently interrupted
by loud cheers. The anti-slavery plank
was especially applauded. The resolution
referring to the Ostend circular was received
with cheers. The Pacific R. R.. resolution
was also greeted, and three cheers given
Jalitornia. lie moved to re-cominit and
strike out the last paragraph. Discussion
ensued, and the motion to rc-coinmit was
withdrawn, and finally a motion to strike
out tho word "prescriptive" was carried, and
the resolution as amended was adopted.
The whole platform was adopted.
A motion was made that tho Convention
proceed to ballot, when a debate ensued
whether to proceed by formal or informal
Whereas, This convention of delegates
assembled in pursuance of a call addressed
to tho peoplo of tho United States, without
regard to past political differences or divis
ions, who are opposed to tbe repeal of
Missouri Compromise; to the policy of
present administration; to the extension
slavery in Kansas, and in favor ot the admis
sion of Kansas as a free state ; for restoring
tho action of the Federal Government to
principles of Washington and Jefferson ;
for the purpose of presenting candidates
the offices of President and Vice-President:
- Resolved, That the mamtainance of the
principles promulgated in the Declaration
of Independence, and embodied in tho Fed
eral Constitution, are essential to tho pres
ervation of Republican institutions, The Fed
eral Constitution and the rights of the
states. Tho union of the States shall
Resolved, lliat, with our Kepuuliean fa
thers, wb hold it to be a self-evident truth,
that all men are endowed with the inalien
able rights of Lilierty and tho pursuit
happiness; that the primarv object and ul
terior design of our Federal Government
was to secure such rights to all persons
within its exclusive jurisdiction : 1 hat as our
republican fathers, when they had abolished
slavery in our national territory, ordered
tliiit no person should bo deprived of life,
liberty aud property without duo process
law, it becomes our duty to maintain this
provision of the Constitution against all at
tempts . to violate it for the purpose of es
tablishing slavery in tho United States, and
by positive legislation to prohibit its exten
sion therein : That we deny tho authority
of Congress, of a Territorial Legislature,
any individuals or association of individuals,
to give legal assistance to slavery in any
territory of tho United States, while tho
present Constitution shall be maintained.
Resolved, That the Constitution confers
on Congress sovereign power over the terri
tories of tho United fetates fofctheir Govern
ment, and in the exercise of this power, it
the right of Congress to prohibit, in tho
territory both polygamy and slavery.
Resolved, That, while tho Constitution
of tho United States was ordained and es
tablished in order to establish a more per
fect Union, justice, to insure domestic tran
quility, provide for tho common defense,
and secure tho blessings of liberty, and con
tains ample provisions for tho protection
life, liberty and property of every citizen,
tho dearest constitutional rights of the peo
plo of Kansas have been fraudulently and
violently taken from them ; their territory
has been invaded by an armed force ; spu
rious and pretended judicial and executive
officers have been set over them, by whose
usurped authority, sustained by the milita
ry power of Government, tyrannical and un
constitutional laws have been created and
enforced the rights of the people to keep
and bear arms have been infringed upon
test oaths of an extraordinary aud entang
ling nature have been imposed as a condi
tion of exercising the rights of suffrage and
holding offices the right of an accused
person to a speedy and public trial by an
impartial jury, havo all been denied the
right of the people to securo in their own
houses papers and effects against unreason
able search and seizure, has been violated
they have been deprived of life, liberty
and property, without due process of law
tho freedom of speech and the press has
been abridged the rights to choose their
Representatives havo been rendered of no
effect murders, robberies and arson have
been instigated and encouraged, and tho offenders
have been allowed to go unpunished
yet, all these things Lave been done with
the knowledge, sanction and procurement of
tho present administration ; and that, for
this high crime arrninst tho Constitution,
tlie Union and Humanity, wo arraign the
administration, the President, his advisers,
apologists and accessories, cither before or
after the facts came before the country and
before tho world, and that it is oar fixed pur
pose to bring the actual perpetrators of the
atrocious outrages and their accomplices to
a sure and condign punishment hereafter.
Resolved, That Kansas shall be admitted
as a State of tho Union with her present
free constitution as at once tho most effect
ual way of securing to her citizens the en
joyment of the rights and privilegs to which
they are entitled, and of ending the civil
strife now raging in her territory.
Resolved, That the highwayman's plea
that might makes right, embodied in the
Ostend circular, was, in every respect, un
worthy of American diplomacy, and would
bring shame and dishonor upon any gov
ernment or peoplo that gave it their sanc
tion. Resolved, That a railroad to the Pacific
Ocean by the most central and practicable
route, is imperatively demanded by the in
terests of the whole country, and that the
Federal Government ought to render imme
diate aud effectual aid in its construction,
and as an auxiliary thereto, tho immediate
construction of an emigrant routo on tho
line of tho R. R.
Resolved, That appropriations by Con
gress for the improvement of rivers and har
bors of national character, required for the
accommodation and security of our existing
commerce, and authonzod by the (Jontutu
tion are justified by the obligation of Gov
ernment to protect the lives and property
of its citizens. -
Resolved, That we invite the affiliation
and co-operation of men of all parties, how
ever different from us in other respects,
support of the principles herein declared,
that tho spirit of our institutions,
well as the Constitution of our country,
erty of conscience, and equality of rights
among tho citizens who oppose all legisla
tion impairing their security demand it.
During tho debate Mr. Seward's naino
was withdrawn also those of Messrs. Chase
and McLean, and without final action,
Convention adjourned until 5 P. M.
Upon the first ballot, all the New Eng
land States went bodily for Fremont,
cept 1 1 votes for McLean., JN ow l ork
93 for Fremont.
Tho Convention re-assembled at five P.M.,
and being called to order, tho President
announced that the Chairman of the
publican National Executive Committee
bad a communication to present to the Con
vention, lion. 1). Morgan then present-
tho communication from the Committee
pointed by tho North American Conven
tion at New York, stating that in pursuance
of a resolution in that Convention,
were appointed to confer with the Republi
can Convention on tho subject of a nomina
tion, with a view to some concerted action
on the part of both Conventions.
Mr. Littlcjohn, of, N. Y, moved, to
the communication to a committee
consist of one from each State. He
tho North American Convention were
uated by the same feeling that moved
Convention, and it was but right that
(Xreat partv represented by the Xsorth Amer
ican Convention should have one candidate
on the ticket nominated here.
Mr. Giddings. of Ohio, was pained to
compelled . to oppose tho motion.
Convention had invited all to come
were opposed to the present Administra
tion. If a Committee were appointed
communicate with Americans, ho should
want a committee appointed to communi
cate with foreign-born subjects.
John C. Fremont was nominated
President, on the first ballot.
Judge George TM Ilolt and P. P. Lowie, Esq., of Davton,
openly declared that they cannot and will not support
ticKet nominated hy tbe ".Nigger uiuusion convention
at Cincinnati Inst week. There are just such men in
own county, .hose names we could mention. Slavery
Extension and Rlue Light Federalism, all at once is
than these irentlemen can swallow at a sinirle doset .
We clip the above from tbe Greenville, liarke Co
The defection from the ranks of the Slave Democra
cy is alarming the leaders, and they already give up
f heir only hope is in the Slave States. With the
South they still hope to carry cnongh Northern votes
elect Buchanan. Buteverv day seems to dispel this
iusiob. Cofansvs Journal.
Signs. Morrow County--Skies Bright.
A letter from an intelligent friend at Mt. Gilead says:
There is no enthusiasm for Buchanan here. They
a ratification meeting on Saturdav evening last, and
Buchanan men were on hand. The Republicans are
awake, and ready for the tight. We'll knock the dust
of the brute force party this fall. Put Morrow down
1,000 for the nominee of the Philadelphia Convention,
Such is the tenor ot the letters we receive Irom
parts of Ohio. A perfect Waterloo defeat awaits tbe
Democracy here, which will only find its parallel in
campaign of 1854, when our majority was nearly om
dreo' thousand. Tbe spirit of freemen is thoroughly arous
ed, and is determined to crush out the last spark of
nulification Locofocoism in Ohio. CoL Journal.
Gnstnvus Koerner, who was the Demoeratie Lieutenant
Governor of Illinois in the year 1863, haa come out strong
ly against the extension of slaverv. and the Democratic
partv as being in its favor. He is described ss man
great influence with the German population of the
Illinois, huherto the most devoted of all the Western
States to the Democratic party, seems to have a numberof
its leading democrats very mncn discontented with
present state of tiring. With the aid of sncb men
Trumtmll. Bissel and Koerner, it will be strange indeed
tne opposition aoes not tnumpn tnere.
Democracy of New York Speaking.
Tbe Buffalo Republic, the most influential Demoeratie
paper in Western New York, repudiates the nomination
Buchanan with loathing and scorn. It closes a powerful
article on the subject of the nomination in these words:
"Koouch. tliat we now declare, that, under no circum
stances (although always acting with 'the democratic
and ardently attached to it by a lire-long
can we support the nominees of the Cincinnati
Convention, upon the platform which that body has adopted."
Mr. Fillmore Coming.
Tho Arago brought 175 passengers.
She passed the French steamer Alma,
which left tho day previous off Havana;
something was the matter with her
forty of her passengers came on board
Mr. Fillmore was a passenger on board
tho Arago, to Cowes. Ho will take passage
in tho Atlantic, Juno 11th, from Liverpool.
The following is a verbation copy of
pass recently given in Kansas, to enable
the bearer to pass in safety the bands of pill
"Let this man pas t no him two be
Law and ann abidin Sittisen."
(Signed) "SAMUEL SALTERS.
This agent will do to assist in "subduing"
the Free State men of Kansas. It is such
men that government chooses to execute
Black Ingratitude. After having
all the 'spoils' out of him, and all the offices
he has had it in his power to bestow, the
three years past, tho 'democracy' of Wash
ington, wo see, now, have
Resolved, That we thank God that the Administration
of Franklin Pierce is drawing to a close.
Poor Pierce ! Cannot we have a sympa
thy demonstratinn for him f Let's have
meeting, and pass some resolutions, any
now. jy. y. Express.
A Mark of Confidence.
The Cincinnati Convention did not ad
journ without some testimonial in regard
for Congressmen. Rust, of Arkansas, the
bully who assaulted Horace Greeley, was
appointed a member of tho National Demo
This was an appropriate selection, and
shows that the Democracy are not ungrate
ful for eminent services.
Appointment. Judge Ozias Bowen,
Marion, has been appointed by Gov. Chase,
J udgo of the Suprme Court of Ohio, in place
of Hon. C. C. Converse, resigned. This ap
pointment had been previovsly tendered to
Judge Hoadley who declined the proffered
Wonder if "Pennsylvania's favorite son"
has found out whether he has a drop
Democratic blood in his veins, or not?
Also, whether he adheres to bis said-to-be
original determination to "let it out V Who
A public mectinrr was held at Lock port.
I, to give expression to their sentiments
on the assault on Senator Sumner. Gov.
Hunt made an admirable speech on the oc
casion, ine following resolution was
Resolved: That as a determined and
free peoplo we demand tho immediate ex
pulsion of these perjured assassins perjur
ed, because they have sworn to support tho
Constitution of tho United States, which
they have wantonly violated assassins, be
cause they attempted the Eft of art unsus
pecting ana unarmed man.
ew Hardware Store,
' " IX FREMONT. "
J. 91. CLOUD fc I1KOTIIEU,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Foreign and American
CUTLERY, TIN-WARE, NAILS,
BUILDERS' TOOLS. House-furnishing
mrticlew, House trimmings, Farm Implements, C&r
riaffe and Saddlery Haxdware, Blacknniith Tool, and
fact every thing pertaining to the Hardware buainesa
No. 4, Buckliind's Block,
First door south of 3. Bucklind & Cos Drug store.
X. B. Thej are also Manufacturers of
Copper, Tin and Sheet-Iron ware,
Jobbing of every description promptly attended to.
They would call the attention of the
of Sandusky county and vicinity, to their larfre stock
of Hardware, coo Bit ting of every thing that pertains
tue uaruware business.
Their stock is tho most complete,
In their line, ever offared in this section of the State.
Having superior facilities fur dealing with the most
Hardware Houses at the east, and purchasing
kinds of American goods from manufacturers and
nanus, at tne
L0 WEST CASH PRICES,
They are enabled to offer Country Merchants, Farmers,
Mechanics and purchasers generally, goods at the lowest
eastern prices, with dillerence of trans porta ti on. Their
stock embraces a large and complete assortment of Honse
keeping articles, Carpenter and Joiner tools, Hoose trim
mings, Cabinet makers tools, Gun trimmings. Wagon
Makers tools. Blacksmith's tools and stock. Miscellane
ous articles too numerous to mention.
N. B. We have a large stock of
SIIaVEU fc PIa4TED WAKE,
Which we will sell at manufacturers prices,
All we ask is to irive ns a call before nurchasinr elsewhere,
and we are confident that we can suit you with goods
J. M. CLOUD & BR0.
Fremont, Vaj 30, 1856. 18tf
r-oTTir r-tm buporhno Ixenesee rLULiL
and for sale at the Flour and Feprl store of
J. F. R. SEBRING & CO.
May 23, 1S50. 17w3
Cleveland and Toledo Railroad.
SUMMER ARRAXGEMEST. to taie effect Monday,
AVtn, laoo; pasgensrer trains wiu run daily, as follows:
Cleveland and Toledo Railroad. Southern Division-via Norwalk.
Going West, Daily-Sundays excepted.
LEAVE Pas'n(rr. Pas'n'gr. I'aa'n'gr.
Train. Train. Car.
Cleveland C.C.4C.R 8.45 A 2.40 psi
Grafton ft. 45 3.4S
Oberlin 10.05 4.02
Camden 10.18 4.14
Wakeman 10.31 4.28
Townsrad 10.44 4.38 ,
Xorwalk 11.08 6.00 '
Monroeville 11.19 5.10
Bellevus 11.38 5.43
Clvde 11.57 615
Fremont 12.20 Tf x 6.45 ar 6.45 r a
Washington 12.37 7.15
Elmore 12.55 7.50
Genoa 1.05 8.15
Clay Junction 1.15 X 8.35
Reach Toledo 2.00 9.15
Going East, Daily-Sundays excepted.
ganization, Fremont Frtwith Mail
LEAVE Pas'n'gr. Pas'n'gr. Pas'ng'r.
Train. Car. Train.
Toledo 7.30 am 3.00 FH
Clav Junction 8.00 8.27 X
Genoa 8.25 S.38
Elmore 8.50 3.50
Washington, " 9.15 4.0
Fremont 4.00 A3f 9.55 4.26
Clvde 4.17 10.40 4.49
Re'llevne 4.35 11.33 6.09
Mnnroeville 4.54 12.25 5.32
.N'orwalk 5.09 12.45 ar 6.48
Townsend 6.27 6.08
Wakeman 5.40 6.21
Camden 5.53 6.34
Oberlin 6.06 6.47
Grafton 6.24 7.05
Reach Cleveland... 7.45 8.10
Northern Division-via Sandusky.
Going West, Daily Except Sundays.
E x press Mail K ig-hi Mixed
Train. T r a i n . Express. Train.
IaoeClevelandWS 6.50 A Jf 3.46m 6.30 ri 9.46
Rockport, 4.06 X
Berea 4.23 10.45
Olmsted Falla 4.31 " 11.00
ElvrU 7.48 6.03 7.37 12.05 am
Amherst 6.19 7.53 12.40
Vermillion 5.40 - 1.20
Huron 8.4S 6.15 8.42 2.30
Sandnskv, arrive... 6.40 9.07 3.15
do ' leave 9.13 6.45 9.11 3JU
Venice ..... 6.56M
Plaster Bed Road.. 7.20 X
Port Clinton 957 7.30 9.62 4.41
Hartford 8.00 X
Graytnwn 8.18 6.50
Clav Junction 8.40 X
Reach Toledo 11.00 9.15 11.15 7.00
Mail Cin.Exp. Day Exp
Daily ex. Daily ex. Daily ex.
Mondays Sun day. S unday.
ieare Toledo 2.30am 9.30am 4.60 ri
Clav Junction 9.57 X
Gra'vtown 10.21 X
Hartford 10.35 X
Port Clinton 4.03 11.10 6.06
Plaster Bed Road .. 11.17 X
Gerrnanville... 11.25 X
Venice 11.42 X
Sandusky, arrive... 4.33 11.52 6.38
do leave 4.40 12.00 x 6.41
Huron 8.09 7.10
Vermillion 6.40 138 X
Brownhelm 5.61 X
Elvris 6.17 IJJfm 8.08
Olmsted Falls 6.43
JJearACleveland.WS 7.20 1.12 9.00
Trains will stop vt stations marked X only to leave pas
sengers, or to take them on signal being made.
From Cleveland, the 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 west.
The 6.50 a ro, and 6.30 p m trains form direct connections
between Cleveland and Springfield, Davton and Cincinnati.
From Toledo, the the 2.30 and 9 30 a'm, and 3.eaud4.50
p m trains connect at Cleveland with trains of the Lake
Shore Road for the east, at Monroeville or Sandusky with
trains of Mans6eld and Sandusky Raail Road.
The 9.30 a m and 4.50 p m trains connect at Clyde or
Sand u 8k v with Mad River and Lake Erie Rail Road.
The 2.30 and 9.30 a m, and 3.00 and 4.50 p m train con
nect at Cleveland with Cleveland and Pittsburgh Rail Road.
E. B. PHILLIPS, Sup't.
OfHce C. & T. Railroarl,
Cleveland, May 14, 1856. 5
Grocery and Provision Store.
First door south of the Post Office.
T which place he will keep a good assortment of
of all kinds, and will sell at reasonable prices.
He will alwavs have on hand tbe articles o snail v kept in
a store of this kind, such as Sufrar, Tea, Coffee, Tobacco,
Pepper Spice, ku, kc Also, Liquors of the best kind, al
wavs on hand June 2. 19tf
KO ysV e
BLACK snd YOUNG HYSON TEAS,
the best in the market, st 60 cents per pound call
and try it. For sale bv H. REMSBURG.
June 2. 19tf First door south of the post office.
FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice is
hereby gtven, that S, H. Russell, administrator of the
estate of Shuhl Ru55elL deceased, has this day filed his
accounts for the final settlement of wiid estate, which ac
counts will be heard on the 21st day of June, A. D., 1S56.
LYMAS iKlAfl, Jfrobate Judge.
Fremont, June 4, lsoo, 19:3
T0HN REED'S ESTATE. Notico b
eJ hereby given that the subscriber has been appointed
andquaiitiod as administrator on the estate of John Reed.
Ilats of Sandusky enuntv deceased.
June U, im. 104- JOHN BAMFSEL.
CALE OF REAL ESTATE. On the
U 21 st dav ofJunt, A. D., 1866,
at t o'clock in the afternoon, at tbe uoor of tlie Court
House in Fremont, Ohio, the following oescnova real
A vitf .
One equal undivided half part of lot 230 in the village
of Fremont, Ohio, and described as follows, to wifj Sitnatsi
in the south-east corner of said lot with a front of twen-I
ty-two feet on Frontatreet and eltendint-wsrt therefrom
afty-aeven feet, ths west or back srxi Ulng alto twenty-
ty-two feet wide. -
isRxs. oneuiira on the dsyor sale, ont uiira m
months, snd one third in one year, with intsrest on
deferred nsymanta, and secured by mortgare on the prem
ises. , .. ROBERT S.iUCI,Adm'r.
of Ro'jert H. Cauldwell, tlec'l.-'
Fremont, May 23, 186S 17w6
Spring and Summer Goods!
THE subtcril-er bas !njrt iwived in addition to bin
Block, large and" extensive stock of NEW .OI3,
At the OLD STAND on the Turnpike
j Consisting ot
j DryCftoOs. fimcprlMi, -
J Ready-made Clothing, Hoots and Shoes, ; - ;
I Hats and Caps, . Iron and Nails, "
I Hardware, t'mckerv,
ni.....-, Wl.Hon.W.tw Jkf".
I n r .-kt, ,a ;n .,.11 "m.-., i cnu rt-B
Rre, Butter, Ijir-i, Hid, BwwM, Phep prlt'p, e. Ac
'Wo air not in th hahit of BLOWING Ml'C'H aboat
Goots; but, we alwavs purchase those of the
Best Manufacture and most Fashlonallt
Ones, and we offer them to our Customers oa
Fair Terms and Warrant Satisfaction !
rjT" Kemembpr then to call on i. S. OUiLTtD.
Fremont, May 23, 1855.
VI r,TTP T?17 T? r. A
At the Old BALLVILLE CASH STORE,
WE are on band with the BEST FLOUR in town,
having a LARGE STOCK are bound to
Sell as Cheap ai the Cheapest!
We have . i
FEED. CHOPPED STUFF,
- OATS, SALT, POTATOES,
GARDEN SEEDS, and
Other articles too numrroTj to mention.
N. B. We pay the highest market price for all kinds
f rooucc. r armer. gire us a can ociore you mf it wnaterer
you brine to martT.
SEBRING & ELLINW00D.
Fremont, May 16, 165616
THE largest tock and greatest variety erer brought
this market-, consisting of Bonnets, Ladies' French
Ac, from almost nothing up to any price. Gentlemen'
Hats from one shilling to $4,50. One for every man
boy in the county. Some of the nicest Panamas erer
io this market, can now be seen at
Hay 9. HEAD QTJATTTERS.
Dr. H. TCBBS, can be cod suited at bis rooms,
FREMONT Ke-wler's American, Thnrwhw, Uflth June,
SANDUSKY St. Lawrnre House, Monday 2d Juiw.
XORWALK American House, Tuesday and Wednesday
24th and 25th June.
Tli'FIN Sbawhan House, Friday 27th June.
Upon all diseases of the throat, hugs, stomach, hovels,
liver and kidneys, also for droppy, gravel, rheumatism,
fltn, female diseases, impurities of the blood, skin affec
tions, ulcers, and all other forms and varieties of chronic
ijtvalids should bxad tux TwtixnnsQ rxox THE
J. M. CHAPIS.
To cU whom it may concern; A senpe of duty to a cora-
mi-ii-i aulforinfr hnrnanit-r nmmnta rnt thrnntrh the nnnnt.
tuniry given me by Dr. 'tubhs to submit the following
statement, j nave ocen sunenng tor several years
Diflpepaia, torpid liver and bowel, and a severe nervous
depression. I tested tbe full power of allopathic remo
dies prescribed by the best physicians at hand, and
some extent thehrdmpatbic and honKeopathic treatment,
without any sensible benefit. Having observed the effect
of Dr. Tubbs treatment upon others of my acquaintance,
and especially upon the wife of my youngest brother,
had ("added to a feeble conptitution) a severe eoutrfa which
aroused frars of pulmonary cnnnnmption. I concluded
consult him mvwlf. He prescribed for me when I was
an emaciated and wretched condition, and I freelv affirm
that nnexDectedto mvself I was soeedilv benefitted to
great a derzree as to endure as heavv and continuons
as I have been able to do for the hurt ten years. I cheerf
ly commend the Doctor to the attention of sufferers
chronic diseases. J. M. CHAPLV,
Pastor of the Baptist Church, Streeteboro',
. Portage County, Ohio.
E hart on hand and are in receipt of
running in length
From IS to 60 Yards,
Fy lie, or Set Nets.
These Seines are made of the best cotton Seine Twine,
and hnng ready for nse.
HOWELL GANO & CO,
, No. 138 Walnut Street,
April 26, 1856. 3m
BENJ. P. BAKER, I
Late of Stem, Baker S Co.
Late lo columns atreet.
R P. BAKEP. & CO,
S. E. Cor. Walnut and Columbia Streets,
Cmekmati, April M, 1856. 3y
ISA.AC E. WEST. CHA3. H. McDOTGAL.
West & McDougal,
Ko. 23 Walnut Street,
T0H THE PURCHASE AND SALE OF,
Choice Western Reserve Butter, in Firkins, Kegs and
Western Reserve Butter in Barrels, Firkins, solid packed;
and Rolls wrapped in cloths.
Western Reserve Durham km imitation of English dairy
ana utmect iaeese.
Dried Peaches, peared and fa halvev
Dried and trreen Apples.
Brooms in large quantities, and great variety of styles
manuiwturedexpre&siv for our trade n warranted
Clover Seed in large quantities, Timothy and Flax Seeds.
Louisiana sugars, iroar, rowoereo, vrnsnea ana ounnoq
New Orleans and sugar house molasses and syrups.
Coffee, Rice, Starch, 6aleratus, Soaps, Lead, Pork, Lard',
Hams, Beer, Cranberries, Jtggs; t lour, rots and rearl
Ashes and all kinds of Groceries, produce and manu
Particular attention given to the forwarding bueiness.
Mark all goods for sale with owner's initials, and WAMxD.
All packages to be forwarded, Care W, k McD, Cincinnati,
Ohio. Hay 9, 1866. ly
Water Lime and Plaster!
"jVTOWarivinjTat MITCHELL'S Grocery.
L 1 Farmers should not forget that Plaster is one
the best manures.
April 11, 1856. lltf
Lewis Leppelman, vs. "VfOTICE is hereby given that on
Aaron Adler. C 1 the 224 day of May, A. D.
ISM, an order of attachment was issued in this cause by
E. F. Dickinson, a Justice of tbe Peace of Sandusky town
ship, Sandusky county, Ohio, for the sum of ninety dot.
lars and twenty-seven cents, which has been served and
returned, and confirmed for trial by said justice to the 7th
day of July next, at 10 o'clock, a. m.
.OEORGE D. COOKS ESTATE. No-
VJT ties is herebv riven that the subscriber has been ap
pointed and qualified as administrator on the estate of
(ieorge 1. Cook, late oj sanaussy counrv, uecaee: un-cea,
this 2d day ef .Tune, 1856. 193 DANIEL BASER.
2 Days from New York!!
Kew Spring Goods!
Have just been received at the Store oft
New and beautiful patterns for tho Ladies
BONNETS, SILKS, RIBBONS. te.
AND THEY ARE BEING RECEIVED EVERY DAY!!!!
Call and examine them I
Fremont, April 17, 1836.
An excellent NEW TOP BUGGY, Cheap!
Enquire st the Journal office, or of the
J. . TOritH.
rrsssea, Vfsv IS, 119.
COJIE TO THE " '
The way to make mousy Is to aav It, and the way t sal
it ts be
"QRV" GOOD' ' -'". 1'
nV.ti'v! rn n - - - "-
UiiU.iUJL.S, ' --
' CRftPKFRV " ' ' '
- - ,
. HARDWARE, of
C. EL HAYKESs
No. I, BacUand's Brick Blocks
Itvy Iesw to aimoanee tbt I us m batttt frfinnM
tbiui ervr fortbc conduct of the
to the satlsfuction of the pobl!fc "
Possess! ng every feeMitv, and so Mttle experience In tk
management, 1 confidently invite your attention to my
C OMMANDIN.Q ST0 CK,
in Its sovwal Tprtmntf wMtfr will bsi corstant!t sup
plifl ith all desirable novelties, and will M sold ixrwi--ablj
at . -
' fl Importer's and Mairafactiwre' pT.ec
A foil lias at
" . of
STAPLE DKT GOODS,
SILK and FANCY GOODS,
SHAWLS, CARPETING. "
BOOTS AIN'D SHOES, .
HATS AND CAPS,
XT TT.VT DC" j. r in
I Fresh Spring Goods!
The styles of which are CNCSUALLT FRETTT, aad pri
on tTj 4Mm w
Will too in soe the tavar to give rue an earl eall?
.. rar all kinds of - - -
- PRODUCE It
' ' C. II IIAYNES.
ntEMOy? . April, 1866. Mtf . .-
in : the Field!:
With u L-trgr and Bftfer Stcclt,
of Goods thuu i er, .
. CONSISTING OF
Every IMjij which is Rare!
WHICH hf ofTers to his old friends snd eostmners and
to as ma nj nev ones as will favor Mm with a call
No. 2, Buckland's Blocks
At prirrs Lower than the Lowest; aa hia motto Is "JVre
er to be undersold by any body.' 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,
Gents" Pins, Sleeve Buttons, Bosom Studs, Gold Pencils
Pens, Chains, Lockets, Gold Bracelets, and a few beauti
fill acts of PLAIN GOLD JEWELRY. Also,
12 dozon WATCHES, !
jnst received from the ma -to fearers, bought LOW for
casn anu wuica win oe boiu iwn CAaii,
At Less ihin the Usual Prices.
Amonr them may be found fine Gold Lerers, French antV
English in hnntsinan and open cases. Lepine Detached.
and English Levers in silver cases, all
Warranted to keep Perfect Time. -i
Also, silver, ?erman silver, and silver plated Table and Tea
SPOONS. Plated Forks and Knives, salt imoons, mastanl
spoons, and a beautiful assortment of Card Cases, Fort
Monies, Pocket Books, ke tc - .. '
I have a larre asem tmeut, eonsisrine: of Fine and -Com
mon Violins, Acnrdtnmi, Flutes, Files, ste. Also, English,,
French, and Itahasi iolin and tiuitar Strings; bows.
bridges, screws, finger boards and tail pieces.
cr.s ax cr.v trimmings,
and Sporting Apparatus of all kinds- and at LOW figures.
Forty dozen pairs Scissors and Shears,
with an endless variety of Pocket Knives at Kew York
prices, by the dozen. Two bushels of
Forsale cheap by the 100, and lower stilt by the 1.000.
Cat-tiflh lines, Bass lines. Pike lines, Trolling and all oth
er kinds of lines, floats, spools, reels, spinning bait, swrr
els, tips joints. In short, everything that can be called fin-Tin
the nahennan's department, kept on hand.
of all kinds at exocdingly low prices. '
f have a larse assortment, and I will sell to Peddlers aed
Country Merchants st Xew York prices. Cheap at retail
IF Don tiorget tne place,
ISo. 2, Buckland's Block.
Mr. 3. 9CHR1F, continues to repair all kinds of fins.
any part or parts ef the finest Watches that nave beeik
lost or broken, he will replace sit short notice. Watches
sent from a distaoee will meet with prompt attention, arxL
be returned to tatur owners by Express ex as otherwus
Gslveniring snd Silver platrnc done to order, in ft Superi
or manner and warranted permanent.
N. B-One of Swan's ;
9 Octave Iffetadeons, .
A splendid tonmi instrument far Fio zhmaa.
Fremont, Maj a, 13M.
Wholesale Iron Store!
CAKE, TAYLOR & CO.; .
Jfoa. 216 and 218 Water-et, Sandusky, CX.
TTBOUSAil BZAUns IS
IR05, KAILS, STEEL, GLASS, f
PIGIROy, WASHERS SUTS, 5x.
CALVI.V CARS, KICBABS 0. TAT LOS, D. C. B IXPXUOSf
TVTailn- A new srrantrefnent that we have made witk
Jlj tnaoufacturers, enaUes us to sell NAILS at their pri
ce and transportation. Nails trom 2d to 60d inclusive,
together with all sises of brads, fencing snd finishing nails,
roar be found at our store.
Viildow Gla There is no redaction on Glass,
from last Fall's prices, and still firm. Our stock eeeidsts
of all sixes, from 7 9 to 30 m4&. Plate single or double,
of a larger rise can be got on short notice- Of the abov-e?
sizes, we keep tbe l&nreat stock in the eitv, and sell at
wholesale or retail, at rates that do not vary inoch fross
those of manufacturers, when the purchases of thess ara-
m small lots.
Iron. We have s fufl and eomnlete stock of coin sB on
Bar, Round, Square and Oval Iron, and Swede's snd Eng'
Steel. We keep eovstsntiy ow hand a rali assmTraeni
of Cast and Sprtnr SteeL Also, Plow Wives, Plow Steal,,
jfats, Washers, Wagon-boxes, and patent Pipe-skeins.
All Goods from crar store warranted to be ef the best
quality and brand. We are reeeivtrir fr the spring trsd
3000 kegs of Nails. 150 tons Iron and 600 boxes Gisss.
Merchants, Peelers snd consumers are invited to gtv
us a trial; and of our numerous ensiomers in tneintertoTr
ws would respect folly solicit s eontinuapee of orders.
UAKis XAXLOii UO.
April 18, I860. 44tf
KE1FST0RE AND XEW STOCR!
JOHN T. TOLANL -
So. 38 WSST FOCRTH-STBEET, BBTt'TIlf'
Maui and Walntt,
Fancy Goods and Toilet Article.
Perfumery and Family Medicine. -Has
opened a large an ft desirable stock is the abort
tranches, to which he snvitea the special attention of all
who want bararains in good articles, either as .
Wholesale or RetaiiL
To Coontrj Merchants we offer great inducement being'
SELL AT EASTERN PRICES.
Cincinnati, 0. April 2, 1854. ly
SALE OF REAL ESTATE, by order of
Probate Court, On the 21st sn of Juno. 1868. st
o'clock in the afternoon, on the premises, will be sold ts
the highest bidder the following real estate, ss the prop
erty of Lewis Clark, deceased, tsrwit;
Lot snmoer ten xn w alienors seevma soamoo tasr
Centrtville stjnry; sad, Also: The ondivided oo-half of
lot number thirteen, in Miller's addition to the village of
Clvde. The dower estate of Hery Ann Clark, widow of
said Jonas Clark, decessed, is the shove low harisis; been
assis-ned. and set off in lot number ten, said lot is apprais
ed, subject to and encumbered bv said dower estate, of one
hundred and fifty doHsrs. snd said half lot mssber thir
teen, which br said assignment of dower aa aforesaid, be
comes snrocomOered, appraised at two handnd and fifty
Tskms or Sals One-half down on tMe day or sale:
and one-half in one yesrwith interest, Defersd psymeshv
secured by mortgage on the premises.
Administrator of lewis Clark, dee's.
May 80, WS. lgwd
MARY C00KS0XS ESTATE. No
tice is herebv iriven that the nndersijmed has been
appointed and qualified as administrator on the estate or
Mary l ookson, late of Sandnskv cmintv, Ohio, deceased.
June 13, jb.to. u.i.i.i v wjv.,.
"VT0TICE. All those having unsottleJ
IN accounts with the nnlershmed, are requested t
rail and settle the same immediately, as I intend eotoe
west about the first of August next, anowisn to close my
nmnnnte befnre leavtr at Aw JMl izsV.
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