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We do not think ft person can e viae ft more benevolent
trait of charftcter th an being moTcd at the d Utresa and suf
fering of other and furthermore, anxious to do all in their
power to alleviate by every possible tne&na buinan suffer
ing. In thia view of the case, we do not know how the
humane and benevolent oan do an action mora in accord
ant with their philanthrope views, than by calling the
Attention of their afflicted friend and acquaintances to the
tact tliat Dr. Seta IT. Hance, of 108 Baltimore street, Bal
timore, ltd, haa discovered a preparation, which is put np
In the farm of ft Pill, that has a specific action for curing
Epilepsy, or falling fits, spasms or cramps, and all forms or
feerrous disease. Among those who hsv been perma
nently cared, we might mention ft member of the family
Of James H. Beadle, Huntsville, Alabama: Mr. M. P.
Sledge, CaWn Point, Surry county, Ta and Mr. W. P. Li
won, Grenada, llusissippi. We might go on enumerating
number of others, until we had entirely filed up this col
nmn of our paper; but we think we have Mid sufficient to
satisfy everv person that the subject unA-r considiratmn
la one of vital importance to every one. Reader! if yon
are a well man or woman, and have no need of a renie.i v
perhaps von know some person who is not equally blessed
as yourw'if. if so, cut out this notiee and send it to niuior
her. It will cost von but little trouble, and probably will
BKkevou instrumental ineuringsoineoor,alllictt-d mor-
tal of tiiftt drwadful visitation, Kpib'psy or fsllineslcltiK-ss.
Dr. Hance sends his pill bv mail free of p..tiiire, to all
parts of the woH.i, on the ivroipt of a tvmitunce. Ids
prices are, one bos, $3; two, $5; twelve, 4. We have
given his address above. J une2.,22a
Fercr and Ague An Infaliblo Core.
Ws defy the world to proda.ee any medicine which does
mot contain quinine, bark, arsenic, mercury or any other
emviout or deadly compound, to en re this annoying dis
ease so effectually as Carter's Spanish Mixture. While It
Contains none of the above named dangerous articles, yet
possesses a power in relieving and curing Fever and Ague
which cannot beapproaehed by any of them separately or
In combination. It acts specifically on the liver, purifies
the blood, opens the pores of the skin, and assists nature
to eipel from the syem the seeds of disease, or what is as
bad, the remains of the mineral drugs, whica. clog and
finally destroy the constitution.
See the oar of Mr. Longden ofTirginia. lie had chills
twice a day for three years, nothing would relieve him
until he tried Carter's Spanish Mixture, only three bottles
of which effectually restore! him to health, nor has he had
a return of the disease since. J une 20 21 w
Great English Remedy.
Sir James Clarke's CKLEUKATED FKM.U.E PILI.0.
Prepared from a prescription of Sir James Clarke, M.T.
rhrsk-ian extraordinary to the Queen. TuU invaluable
Xcdiclne is unfailing in the cure of all those painful and
dangerous diseases incident to the iemale constitution.
- It saoderates all excesses, romoves all ohst ructions, snd
brings on the monthly period with regularity. These
Pills should be used two or three weeks previous to con
finement; they fortify the constitution, snd lessen the
sutlering during labor, enabling the mother to perform her
duties with safety to herself and her child.
These Pills should !T e taken females during tke
JlrsI Ikrte mtmtks f pregnant- as tars are swre to icing
a vutcarrUge hut at as m el acr time Ike ore safe.
In all cases of nervous and spinal affections, pain in the
back tod limbs, heaviness or fatigue on alight exertion,
'palpitation of the heart, Inwness of spirits, hysterics, sick
headache, whites and all the painful diseases occasioned
by disordered system, these pills will affect a cure when all
other means have failrd, and although a powerful remedy,
do not contain iron, calomel, antimony or any other min
eral. Full directions accompanying eavh bottle. Price,
In the United States and Canada, One Dollar.
Sole agents for this country,
I. C. BALDWIN' CO., Bochester, X. T.
Tl TITLE & MOJtES, Auburn, S. Y, GtxERii. Agents.
N. B. 1 and o postage stamps enclosed to any athoriz
d agent, will insure a bottle of the PiUs by return mail..
" Goraate by S. BCCKLAND k kO., Fremont, and by
one ruggitit in every town in the United States.
May 39, 18A6. M
At the Croihin House, in Fremont. June 24th. by fie
E-v. F. Hendricks, Mr. Hrim t'ornxay, f Frederick, Md.,
and Miss Many Jaxs MuKRors, of StruU-uvilk-, U.
PORT OF FREMONT.
PREPARED FOR THE JOURNAL BY ED. M. HULBUED.
Jane 19, Sehr rrtremf. Flint. Buffalo, 300 bbls 50 sacks
witt. Xim A: Till.tron.
20 S. B. Maud tyre, Orr, Sandusky.
21 Sdir Push. Gould, 11 u Halo; 7,rt(K) feet l.k walnnt
Jumlnr, H. M. Uixen, 5,oi0 pipe staves, E. H.
M Fremnnt, Flint, Ruffalo: fi,f 0Q bu corn, 22 kr-s
huttf-r, 'I mkn shrs. Ill Mils cyirs, 0 sack
wool, lU&Kli Kinc: ,000 hue ry 2.fi'J' b-is
corn, 10 cables ashes, Nitn Ti liaison; li
k"- butter. t;7 l'un rvc, A tiunirf.
S. D. hlmd ueen, Orr, Snnrintkr. IS k"p butter
Fist4?rtk Co; schm Uush and Frciuout in tow.
FREMONT PRICE CURRENT.
TnsAT, per bushel
Fuji-, per barral
Corx, per bushrl
Coax, in the Ear
Rte, per bashrl
0TS, per bushel.. ......
BrTTEO. per pmnd .,
Egos, per dojwn
C lit IS E, pet pound
Drkkskd Hotid, prr handred ...
Lard, per pound, ......
F ALT, per barrel
Hide?, per pound. .......
Flax Sere, ptr bueliel
Timothy SrKD. porVi"liel ....
Cloter Skkd, ptr buhrl
II vns, Pmokcd, per pound
Bba!tr, pr bushel .
Potatoes, perbuibel ...........
ArrLW, (iwn, per bushel.....
IK. Dried, per bushel
pRirJiKB, pared, per pound.... ......
Beeswax, per pound.......
Ovions, per btubel
CniCKEs, Live, per pair
Do. Dressed, per pound .
Do. Dreneed, per pound
Tool, per pnund
... 75c s fl,00
J5.00 a 5,50
4 a 10
37 a 50
25 a 40
Nrw Yopk, Jnra'4.
FlmiT nntbanred and prettr pood: ali B.iKM) bbiy .',20
,5.i0 for (timmnn to utrai-rht St.tte ani eTtrtt.
Wlinat, bmvr; nal'-s 4.u0u bus at l,oUfl,37 for red
Wtrn; 1,60 fr niied Southern.
Kvft, sale 8f0C0 bu at R4c.
Corn firmer: Mien -t'liyo bu for divining, 150g56c for
omruon tnixed wontern.
Oats better; n;ilen 3fv 7 for we?rn.
Park, pood; $- f r um-ps: 17 for prlTno. Beef, steady.
Cut meats, scarce. Bacon, scarce and Cm.
CirTrAco. Jnnr 24
FloTir. ntv Jf ills. $7,23: other extra hrandit 5.5(X$:,00.
Vhat, nurket dulh-r, and cargoes are ofl-ril at on" e-nt
.erHne; Snic fur spring; 9-jf3Jl,lu fur red, and Stl.Oi
1,15 for white
Corn actn-e, $(j;2c for shipment; 10,000 on board last
of Anirust 3tfc To t(tor- 32c per 60 lbs was otlered.
Oat; sales on hoar-l at ii'ic.
Barlev, no sales; held at 90c. Trt&B.
FARM FOR SALE.
1 iriacres of first-rate LAND, lying in
.1 Ottowa eountr, 80 aew of vliih are under
(rood enltiratitm, and the whole enclosed with jrood f-ncen.
SO acres first : qoaMtr of timlc-r, which is suitahle for all
sort of building purposo and near to B.iTiirger'a Saw
And Grint Mill. On the fcirm are pol hrw,i log btiildlngp,
out-honiM'S and xtahle. Good water and plenty of it. Ad
excellent Orchard of Apnle, Pear and Cherry trees.
Said Farm wi!t be sold n rood and favorable terms to
the purchaser. Title indisputable; povs.on of the Land
giren in September. JHfy OBUKT, Sr.
Baj township, J ant 27, l&oft. 2Xinf
TVTORRIS READY'S ESTATE. No-
J.T J. tice is hereby priren thfit the subscriber ban been
' duly apointed administratrix on the estate of Morris
Kea4y. late of Sandusky countr, thio, dereaHed.
' JOHANNA READY.
Fremont, June 21, 185. 22w3
FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice is
fcerehr siven that X. R. Tucker, alminitrntor on the
estate of Eiiixheth Walters, deceased, has tills day filed
his aeconnts fnr the final settlement of said estate, which
Sjoosants. will be beard oa the l'ith dnv of Julv,lKofi.
LYMAN" OKI.PUf, Probate Judge.
Fnsnoat, Jn SO, ISafi. S3
ROAD NOTICE. Thoro will bo a poti
tion presented to the County Commif-pioners of San
duakr eonnty, t their next refirularseFffion praying for the
location snd enUbliitbnient of so mnch of a County Had
as may be in Sandusky eonntv, on the followinir ronte:
Commencing on the line between Thomas Remans and
Lewis Gtirue's land, and about one-fourth of a mile west
' of Ellis's Saw Mill, which is on Bitr Mud Creek, thence due
sonth on the said Une between beuiMss and (inrue'g land,
and continues on in the same direction to the line of Ot
towaand Sandiiftkr counties, and thence in the um di
rection till it intersects the road leading from Fremont to
Port Clinton, near, as is supposed, to the present rest
denes of Mrs, Beardsley, in Rice tnwnMpf Bnndu!ky
county. June 27, 1166. 22w4
OAWS. A lot of Mulco and Sash Saws,
. j or an leuKniBt iiwimiww uu.,UK
or name stamped on them, and minted. Also, slot
ef Whip, Teaoo, Cross-cut. Rip and Pannel Saws, just re
ceived at june 27. CANFIEI-D'9.
FLY NETS. A frreat varioty, sollinn;
cheap at june St C'A.N'J IKLD S.
IRD CAGES and LANTERNS, of all
prices snd patterns, at ju 27 CANFIELD'S.
JUST received ; a few tons Swede's Iron,
ad Nail Bod, joae rr. CAN'FIELD'6.
Local and Miscellaneous Matters.
C. J. Messer, manufacturer of agricultural Implements,
TanrieM k Bn, etensi-e stock of hardware, stoves,
painta, oils, agricultural impleineuts, kc
Concert, bv tlie Luca family.
Administratriit on Morris Ready's estate.
Farm for Sale, by John Oberst, Sr.
4th of July Excursion!
Ho! for Kelley's Island.
Arrangement hare been made with Capt. Orr, of the
steamer Island Qea, for an Excursion to Keller Island,
on this favorite boat, on the Fourth of July next. All
who wish to avail themselves of this opportunity to enjoy
a delightful trip, will give notice to Mr. Djs Witt Krebs,
or Ed. M. HrxurRn.
The Island Queen, will leave the dock at about 8 o'clock
in the morning, proceed to the Inland, where dinner will
be scrred, and return to Fremont, by 8 or t) o'clock is the
evening. Bill, including dinner, (0 a couple.
The party must convene at ths Croghan House, by 7
o'clock precisely, where conveyance! to the boat will be
in attendance. PR WITT KRER,
NAT HAWKS, EP. M. Hri.HCRD,
C. M. FOUKE, J. R. BARTJ.ETT.
June 20, 1856.
The Luca Family.
By the advertisement it will bo seen thai
this fumilyof colored musicians, will give
concerts on Monday and Tuesday evenings
of next week, at the Presbyterian Church
Session Room. Of them the Sandusky
Register says :
One of our eorrenpon dents recently reforrcd in flatteT.ni?
terms to this tnUTe or (not artificinnv) colored rocalists.
The family is said to poftseps rather extraordinary muFicnl
talont, and from several sources we learn that its concert
is hiphly rlrtiin(r and wortbv of patrons ce by all mitMC
lovers. The Mansfield Herald thus refers to tlie Family's
, concert in that place:
On laFt eveninjr, (Wednesday,) this family delicrhted a
crowded house with the bent musical entertainment ever
bf"-re piwn in Munfifild. Such a comtiination of tnlent
(n one family ii snrprisinc- Mr. C. O. Luca, the Pianist,
is a most wonderful musical proilijry and far exceeds anv
perforiiHT before the public. We were nchly repaid for
our attendant and would not have missvd it on any ac
count. Let them have a full house to-Diht.
ZzT The B-LXKeb. family sanp at the Session Room of
the Presbyterian Church, last Tuesday evening. The au
dience was very small owinj: to the severe thunder storm
which came up at the hour of the concert. They have the
reputation of being pood sinfrers, and we repret the unfa
vorablem'ss of the evening. Tht'y have pone west.
To Corrkspoxdexts. We repeat ajrain perhaps for the
fortieth time that we cannot take any notice of commu
nication sent us unaccompanied by the writer's name.
Authors may, if they choose, remain incog to others, but
to us they mat not. Nameless articles are consigned to
t!e backside of our drawer.
44 C.M Certainly. Ail matters entrusted to us as con
denli.il will be so kept.
. Tit Wiather. On Sunday afternoon last at 4 o'clock,
the mercury stood at 98 in the shade; heat almort in
tolerable. At half past five, ahavy rain ft-11, which was
much needed. At the east the storm was terriffic, and in
New York several lives were Inst. A number of refresh
ing showers have fallen daring the week.
The Pleasure Kirnrvion,
To tbe Islands, on the steamer Island twfts, on the 4th,
will undoubtedly be a fine affair we wifl warrant Capt.
Orb and Ms Clerk, Webb, will do all in their power to
make it so. Those who wish to spend the Xalional holi
day in a pleasant manner, cud find no more afjreeable war
than this. Come, take a sail on on the beautiful lake, en
joy its refreshing breezes, and feast the eye and the mind
wih the varied scenery of nature.
The company will gather at theCrophan House prompt
lJVb.v o'ebrtk, wlu-re carriages will be in attendance to
convey all to the boat The bill for the Excursion will be
but $3 a couple.
t.gr During the storm Monday evening, the new jail
wa struck by lightning damape trifling.
iSr We hear good reports from the wheat crop in onr
vicinity. The weevil has not done so much mischief as
TTTE WHITE CHIEF. A leirerd of North Mieo. bv Capt
Mayne Keid: autimrof "Killc Ranaers," Sc:ilp Hunters,"
''Hunters Feast. etc. One volume: lieautifullv illns-
tra'ed. Price. ?J.2-. Pk itt Pavem-out, Publidh
ts, lti and H'2 Nassau street, N". Y.
We have before us this volume, sent by the publishers.
It possessea, in a remarkable degree, that distinctive fea
ture which characterizes the author's prod net ions. Sev
eral of the later wo i ks of Mr. IteM hare treated of the his
tory, manners, customs and peculiar sports of Mexico a
country whose hictory from the earliest date to tbe proa-
eat time is replete with rich materials for the novelh-t and
mmancit. Like all Rc-id's books, there is much useful
information, derived from actual survey, as to scenery
inabitantm, Src of those distant and romantic regions, to
be met with in this work.
S. BrcKLAND & Co., have it for sale.
FOR THE JOnWAT;
LrfTES addrcfsf-d extempore, to a young and hap
py Bride, on the reception of some wedding-cake.
From this delinons earthly food,
Can we not draw some spir'tual good?
O, does not this with joy recall.
That glorious period when all
The elect of the Lord shall meet,
And east their crowns at Jesus' feet?
When tay shall eat, fearless and calm,
Tlie marriage-supper of the Lamb?
May you and I enjoy that rest,
And each be there a Welcome Gcest.
U e,. June 29, lSi6.
FOR THE JOrRNAL
Mr. Keki-er: I am pleased to see the Enigmas of friend
Crowell in the Journal and I think they will interest
your young readers. Should the accompanying 1 a cor
rect answer to that of June iiOth, you may publish it:
Columbus an EGi did use,
Spain's courtiers to confuse.
Fremont, June iM. Toltfus.
FOR THE JOrHXAL.
The Luca Family. An Enigma.-No. 3.
Erx J orRX.vx I think 11. Hott, will find this something
of mpoter; should he a pretty Miss, FrieudCrowellj not
guess the urst tune give him anntherweek.
My friendly aid, tbe Ladies greet
Grent conquests I have won:
Tho I have neither legs nor feet,
Folks always say I run.
H gf-Seeing is believing and tasting i proof positive.
S;wiiHiri) at 9 Ontaria street, has seedling strnw heirries,
"hi y "i uit-u u u a quart measure. tiev. jieraia.
Wo have not tho least doubt but the
above story is true, still we had rather uaee
and taste''' tho article before passing judg
ment. Won't Support Buenaunii.
Come out from Them. Joe Knox, one
of the most distinguished lawyers of Illinois, a Pierce
Elector in and life-long Democrat, has come out
against Uuchauan, and for a union of all the auti-Slavery
cttrurcutt, ui iijt? .onu agninii ine pro-iavery party.
Still Another. Tho La ris i n rb u rr Dem
orrat, like the Mohawk Courier refuses to support Bu-
cuauuu. xiurrau ior r remoni ana ifayton.
Still Others. The Union. & noutnil
paper, published at Crlana, Champaign county, Illinois,
anu i iie ntgtsier, aiso a neutral p-tper, published at Can
ton, 1-ultou eonntv of the same State, have hoUtcd tlie
anti-N'-braska flag and will support CoL Uissell and the
wnoie H"puoiican iK-uet.
Gotxg forFremokt. TheChica!Toi?e7?i-
orrat, clited by Hon. John Wentworth, familiarly railed
"Long John" who for a number of years, was the Demo,
eratic Representative in Congress from the second district
oi Illinois Iims hoi:. ted the niune of CoL Fremont, of Cali
fornia for President.
Make wat for Another. Tho Daily
fftsarmrin, of June 23, puMUhedat Milwaukee, in a strong
Sanduskjr County for FHE.TIONT.
Col. Frrmowt has thrw orpans in Patultisk j cowntr alone
the Krkmont Journal; the Frkmoxt Democrat runrir-
emsised,l and the Frexoxt Messenger Ceircomeised.1
Keep 'em level, bro. Keeler. THjih Tribune.
We'll jiist do that 8amo bro. Grat. Bc
sklo these threo Fremont pnpors, the PEO
PLE too, are casting off tho shackles that
bound them to tho SLAVERY party, and
aro going to give their votes for the men
who will favor Freedom, Free Territort,
and Free Speech. Theso aro tho watch-
words Lore : FREMONT. DAYTON and
FREEDOM r Thoj'il stircly triumph.
PAINT and OIL; a fresh. Burply of the
best quality, at juns i7. CANFIELD'S
Loaa of an Emigrant Ship and Seven
ty-Two Lives. A dispatch from Halifax
to Boston, of Saturday, gives tho following
Tho British ship Pallas, Capt. Spillano,
from Cork for Quebec, with ono hundred
and twenty passengers, sighted tho coast at
(Japo cretin on tho morning ot tno jum oi
May. In tho attornoon tno captain dis
covered that his compases varied from one
another, and shaped his course between
Cane North and St. Paul's Island, when, at
10 P. M., the ship struck tho breakers on
St. Paul s, and bilged, lho sea washed
over tho vessel, and tho greatest consterna
tion ensued. Tho panic-stricken passengers
rushed into tho boats and swamped them,
and seventv-two were thus drowned. In
tho morning tho Superintendent of tho Is
land sent oft boats and rescued the remain
der. A vessel had left Sidney to convey
them to Quebec. Tho Pallas is a total loss
The N. Y. Times says no less than 200
astrologers, clairvoyants and fortune-tellers
exsist in New York city.
3 Days from New York!
35 pes new styles Bonnet Ribbons!
30 pieces Prrcs Trimmings
Black silk Mits; Palm Fans;
Dotted Swiss muslins.
Pin in, plnid and fancy Iairns,
Fancy Kress poods ltest Denims, '
200 yds Mack Silks at low figures.
Lot De Baiircs, cheap,
Wire of those nice P. Manchester Ging
hams and Chambravs,
White Goods, larpe stock, CHEAP.
Customers can at all times ndv on petting the bept of
(roods at the lowest net Cash price, at my store, with gen
tlemauly clerks to wait upon customers.
P. B. BEERY.
Civile, June 20th, ma.
Monday last, somewhere in Fremont,
W by a j
yonnsr lady from tbe country.
A S7IAIJL PORT NOMA,
containing $6,00 in bills and a few other articles. a
Itook "Lane's f-riade in Mexico." Any jn-rson having
found either of thepe artielea are requested to leare tliem
at the Jt4RNAL oflice, a receive a reasonable reward and
the thank of the lor.
Fremont, June 1 1856. 204
TITK snhscrilrer has opened a shop in the room adjoin
injr the law oflire ot H. J. H-irtii-tt & Son, where he is
inanutac taring all kinda of Upholstery. Persons in want
BEDS, MA TRASSES, L 0 UXGES,
kc. are reqneated to rail, as Vis nrrcea will be moderate.
and work warentcd to give satisfaction.
E. T. RAYMOND.
Fremont, June 13, 1S06. 20tf
A N APPRENTICE, to learn the Candy
X X making business. Enquire of
Fremont, Jnnc 13, 18").
A LIBERAL CASH PRICE will be paid
il for TEX TIIOUSASIl VOZESS Biv-ed
IIICKOKV WHIP STOCKS,
a sample of wirb, will be shown by eallintr on the subscrib
er at his shop oue door east f the Sash ami Plied Factory.
D. R. SACKETT.
Fremont, June 8, 1856.
"OTICE is hereby jriven that the co-
i. partnership heretufon' eisjinjr between the undcr-
sinixl, utuivrtlie firm name of tVilson Kowlus, was this
'l:ty diss'ilvrd V.t ronliial e'T.sent. All accounts due the
firm or claims against itwlll be settlt-d bv TI. lVilnn.
June 2, 18 iS. L. H. BOW1.U8.
The markplinjr business will be rnntinued by the suV
seri'Kr, and 1!n fitizt-iis of Fn'ninnt mav lie sure i ct-t-
inrtheliet of mit at this market. R. WILSON".
IMPORTANT ARRIVAL OF
SPRING AND SUMMER
AT TH R
VS1TED STATES CLOTHIXG EMPORIUM!
Tl DEARXHAM. resprpi fully informs his friends, m
iumK-m. and ("he public, that he has now on hnntl, i
munity. From the a'irantatres I have trot of purciiasin
my po(ls from th first and best houses in the I'nioo, I ca
guarantee to furnish
At trnt iJi per cent. In-low estaMishM prices elwwhere.
My stock consists of even thing that cwn be found in
DRAWERS, SOCKS, (f-c;
And in fart every article usually worn by jrentlemen,
have also in my stock a large and choice hit of
CLOTHS, CASSIMCRS AXD VESTING??,
which I can make to order at the shortest notice. Tint
dpT-arlnvnt hcinir under mv own personal sitpeniion.
fvl eonlidnt 1 can please ibemort fastidious Totaries
fashion with retrard to tit, elejrance and su le.
HATS AND CAPS!
' OF ALL KINDS,
D ODD'S SILK HATS
Of the Pprinjr style. Caps of every quality and price.
Suspenders Cloves and Handkerchiefs,
of silk and cotton; Umbrellas. kc.t &c
of rarions liinds, sirfs and prifes, anil a creat rarietr i
earpet-lwfrs satfliels, Ar., kr. In taer, all that is neoled
eoniiIct' a penticman s outfit or wardrobe is to Tie found
my estnblisliment. and any and A LL the articles are to
sold, whether I pet a profit or not.
REMEMBER THE TLACE! OPPOSITE TIIE BANK.
Fremont, AprillS, 1856.
Kessler & Co.,
r) ESPFfTFt'LLY announce to the citiwns of Fremont,
j and vicinity, that they have just opened at the otind
itinueriv oceupieabjr Air. A.ij.llatueiu&s a Jewelry Store,
a new stock of
Groceries, Provisions, and Flour!
Which we offer at Wholesale or Retail, at the lowest rates
or task. rcsh Baked Bread, Rusk, Cakes, Ties,
Crackers, &C-, every day; families or tirooers sup
plied on lilreral terms, and at short notice.
Amonpst our Stock may IV found a full supply of erery
article calh-d fur in our line, such as Green and liiack
Teas: Itinand JavaCnITee: Crushed, Cranulated.
Fulveiized, Coffee nnd Xew Orleans Sugars;
Molasses, Coldcn Syrup; the best assort
ment of Tobacco in town; Soap Rice,
Codfish, Starch, Lemons, R;isiis,
Kuts, Herrine, Sperm and
Stcarine Cantlles, Raking
Toilet Soap, Soda,
Cheese, Prunes, Figs,
Essence of Coffee, Soda and
Common Crackers, and some of
the best brands of Flour constantly
on hand, a peneral assortment of Yankee
Notions such as Pocket Knives, Port Mon
ies, Sand SoKp, Shavinir Boxes and Brushes, Per
fumerv. Hair Oils, Rubber Combs, and in fnct. every
thing in thi line. We would say to our old custom
ers, and as many new ones as may favor ns
with a call, we intend to make it to their interest
to examine our Stnrk aud Prices before purchasing
cfseithere. Our facilities are equal to any of the kind
the country, and our stock has Iteen lately purchased
the most advantageous terms, and thus we are enabled to
comjrete with any like establishment. Also a goodassort
Palo, Dark, Peach and Cherry Brandies.
Also, Old Scotch, Irish and Mononpihela WHISKY.
London Porter, Scotch, Detroit and Pittsburgh ALE.
Gin, Rum and Common Whisky by the Barrel, as low as
anv other place in the country.
We intend to sell as low as the towtst, and as CHEAP as
the CHEAPEST. Our motto is and will be. 'A nimble
sixpence is better than a slow hillinir,' 'Small profits
and quick returns." Jjjp-REMEMUKtt THE PLACE!
Next door North of Fussclman & Co's.
CASH WILL RE PAID, for Potatoes, Apples, Peaches.
Butter, Ekjs, Cheese, and other Country Products for
r amti r use.
Fremont, April 18, 1850. I2tf
JOB WORK and REPAIRING, of all kinds, expeditiously
done to order, and Warranted, by
Aufrust iu, ism. r. r. hm-.i,ma. to.
suiir-lv at short notice.
ATipist 10, 185a. P. P. Fl"?Sni.M.V." 4e CO.
; Wo f or T ,1 m O O n rl PI n cforf
I f 4.Ltl XJ11U- Ctl iVi X. IttolOi;
-T-f-ir . , ifTTr-iTirTT r
J UW nnvinrat MllOHiLLi O UnXXTV.
Farrocrs should not forget that Plaster is one o
the best manures.
April 11,195. Utf
New Hardware Store,
J. M. CIiOUU t BItOTIIEK,
Wholesiilo and Retail Dealora in
Foreign and American
CUTLERY, TIN-WARE, NAILS,
BUILDERS' TOOLS, House-furnishing
articles. House trimmings, Farm implements. Car
riage and Saddlery Hardware, Klarksmith Tools, and in
fact every thing pertaining to the Hardware business at
No. 4, BrccIilantTs Clock,
First door south of S. Buekland & Co's Drug store.
N. B. They are also Manufacturers of
Copper, Tin aud Sheet-Iron ware,
Jobbing of every description promptly attended to.
They would call tho attention of the cit
izen of Sandusky county and virinitv, to thidr larjre stock
of Hardware, consisting of ever thing that pertains to
Their stock is tho most complete,
In thMr line, ever offered in this sertion of the State.
Havittp superior facilities fr dfalinff with the most ex
tvnsive Hariware Houses at the east, and purchasintr most
kinds of American goods trom manufacturers and first
lianas, at trie
LOWEST CASH PRICES,
They are enabled to offer Country Merchants, Farmers,
Mechanics and purchasers ffenerallv. eoods at the lowest
eastern prirvs, with dilference of transportation. Their
stork embraces a larre and completeassiortment of House-
keejing articles, Carpenter and Joiner tools. House trim
ming). Cabinet makers tools, (sun trimuuntrs, iVatron
l iters' t'iois. Blacksmith's tools and stock. Miscellane
ous articles too numerous to mention.
X. B. We have a large stock of
SILVER fc I'LITED WAKE,
Which we sell at manufacturers' prices,
All we ask is to give us a call before purchasinir elsewhere,
and we are conlident that we can suit you with goods
J. M. CLOUD & BRO.
Fremont, May 30, 1838. IStf
ftfhyj ioo nvituELs
i i kiu;- i siiiv juuu,". c r jjiJOi
and for sale at the Flour snd Feed Store of
J. F. R. SE BRING & CO.
May 53, ISM. 17w3
Cleveland and Toledo Railroad.
SUMMER ARKAXfiKMEXT. to take effect Monday, May
19th, tiassenT trains wilt run daily, as follows:
Southern Division via Nonvalk.
Going West, taiv Sunday excepted.
Cleveland C.C C.R 8.45 a 2A0rx "
(irafton 9.45 8.45
OI.rlin 10.05 4.02
Camden 10.18 4.14
! Wakeman 1"..11 4.SS
1 T.iwnsi-nd 10.44 4.38
; Nnrwalk 11 0B 6.00
I Mnnroeville 11.19 5.16
Hellene 11.38 5.43
Civile 11.57 6 15
j Knmont 12.20 f 11 6.45 ar f.45r
j Washington 12 37X 7.15
t Elmore 12.55 7.50
'lienoa 1.05 8.15
, Ciav Jitnrtion 1.15X 8.35
iieoc Toledo 2.00 9.15
Going East, Daily Sundays excepted.
Fremont Fr'tuith Mail
LEAVE Pas'n'trr. Pas'n'gr. Pas'na'r.
Train. Car. Train.
Toledo 7.30 AX 3.00 r u
Chiv Junction 8.00 3.27 X
Ceiioa 8.25 3.38
t Elmore ."0 3.50
' Wnshimrton, 9.15 4.05
' Freniout 4.00 ax 9.65 4.26
Civile 4.17 10.40 4.49
n.ll.Tue 4.35 11.38 5.09
Monroe, ille 4.54 12.25 5.32
Xorwalk 5.119 12.45 ar 6.48
Townsend 6.27 6.08
Wakeman 5.40 B.21
Camden 6.53 6.34
Oherlin 6.06 6.47
Orafton 6.24 7.05
Reach Cleveland... 7.45 8.10
Northern Division via Sandusky.
Going West, Dail Except Sundays.
jEspress Mail Night M i x e d
I Train. Train. Express. Train.
.t-areCleveland WS 6.50am 3.45 r 6.30pm 9.45 rM
Berea 4.23 10.45
Olmsted Falls 4.31 11.00
Elvria 7.48 5.03 7-37 12.05 ax
Ainb.-rst 5.19 7.52 12.40
Vermillion 5.40 1.20
Huron 8.45 6.15 8.42 2.3
Sanduskv, arrive... 6.40 9,i7 3.15
do leave 9.13 6.45 9J1 3.25
Plaster Ib-d Road.. 7.20 X
Port Clinton 9.47 7.30 9.52 4.41
Gray town 8.18 5.50
CIhv Junction 8.40X
Reach Toledo 11.00 9.15 11.15 7.00
Mail Cin.Exp.lOav Exp
Daily ex. :iil. ex. (Daily ex.
Mondays Sun day. S unday.
heart Toledo 2.30AM 9.30am 4.50pm
Clay Junction St X
Gravtown 10.21 X
Hartford 10.35 X
Port Clinton 4.03 11.10 6.06
Piaster Bed Road 11.17 X
(iennanville . 1 1 .25 M
Venice 11.42 X
Sandusky, arrive... 4.36 11.52 6.38
do leave 4.40 12.00 V 6.41
Huron 5.09 7.10
Vermillion 5.40 7-38 X
Brownhehu 5.51 X
Elvria 6.17 1.23pm 8.08
Olmsted Falls 6.43
ArAleveland,WS 7.20 1.12 9.00
Trains will atop t stations marked X only to leave pas-
sengers, or to lake mem on sijrnai oeing maoe.
Erom 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 am, and 6.30 p m trains form direct connections
between Clevelandand Sprinefield, Davion and Cincinnati.
From Toledo, the the 2.30 and 9 30am, and 3.K) aud 4.50
pm trains connect at Cleveland with trains of the Lake
Shore Road for the east, at Mnnroeville or Sandusky with
trains of Mansfield and SanduFky Raail Road.
The 9.30 a m and 4.5 p m trains connect at Clyde or
Sanduskv with Mad River and Like Erie Rail Road.
The 2.30 and 9.30 a m. and 3.00 and 4.50 p m trains con
nect at Cleveland with Cfvelann ana ritts'-urgn Kail Koad.
E. B. PHILLIPS, Sup't.
Office C. ft T. Railroad, I
Cleveland, May 14, 1858. j jan.CSOtf
Grocery and Prorision Store.
First door soulh of the Post Office.
T which place he will keep a rood assortment of
of all kinds, and will sell at reasonable prices.
He will always have on hand the articles usually kept in
a Biore oi tnis kind, such as buirar, lea, (.once, lonacco,
Peivper Spice, tfcc, ic Also, Liquors of the best kind, al
ways on hand. June 2. 19tf
BLACK find YOUNG HYSON TEAS,
the best in the market, at 60 cents per ponnd call
and try it. For sale br H. KEMSBURO.
junez. juii t irst door soum oi me post office.
ni:ink Deeds, Mortgages,
Quit-clnhns. Cnntracts, kc kept en hand or printtd to
ordjrat the JoL'li.NAL OFFICE.
A SSIGNEC'S NOTICE. Tlio under-
Jl ,.Jir, itGuimiits.si nf I II niiti. lutA slf l,.I1 ..iri.o
1 ifio h':rvh' ,l,,tiw to 'v-l"w lR,M,tfcd tn s
, to mnkeimuie'h'tte payment to one of 1he tindersi-mcdin
j UcUcvuo. Ah1 rill p-rsons havinrr demanUs or clains
ar.iinst said Smih, areiiotilicdtoi.ros. nf them to Ue nu-
i dersigned for aettlcxneiit. 3IJ( ifAl-X KCKHAKT.
Bellertte, June IT, 1858
ALE OF REAL ESTATE. On the!
2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the door of the Coort
House in Fremont, Ohio, the following described real es-
tAtl- to W 1 1 !
One equal nn.lirided half part of lot 250 in the village :
Fremont, Ohio, and deserilwil as follows, to wit: Situate:
tho south-east corner of saw lot with a Iront or iwen-
Prnnt.tn-et n,i ..itemlin wl therefrom
lifty-sereu feet, the wi-st or back end being also twenty-
Tcniis. One third on the dsy of sale, one third in six
months, and one thiri in one year, with interest on ths j
ises. KOBEKT S. HICK, Adm'r.
of Robert H. Cauldwell, dee'd.
Fremont, Mar 23, 18591 7w8
Spring and Summer Goods!
THE subscrilwr lias just received In addition to his old
Stock, a large and extensive stock of NWGtiOD9,
At the OLD STAND on tlie- Turnpike!
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Ready-made CintMnK. Boots and Shoes,
Uatsann Cips, Iron and Nails.
Glass-ware, Woooden-ware, ste..
of which he will sell CHEAP for CASH, Corn fata,
Rv, Butter. Lard, Hhles, Beeswax. Sheep Pelts, kc. fce.
We are not in the habit of BLOWING MIXII about our
Goods; but. we always purchase those of the
Best Manufacture and most Fashionable
Ones, and we offer them to our Customers on
Fair Terms and Warrant Satisfaction ! ,
f- IV-TW-mbor then to call on J. 9. OLMLTED.
Fremont, Mar 23, 1806.
FLOUR, FEED AND
At the Old BALLVILLE CASH STORE.
WE are on hand with the BEST FLOUR in town, and
having a LARfiE STOCK are bound to
Sell as Cheap as the Cheapest!
FEED. CHOPPED STUFF,
OATS, SALT, POTATOES,
GARDEN SEEDS, and
Other articles too numerous to mention.
X. B. We pay the highest market price for all kinds of
Produce, r armers, pive us a call betore jou sell wnawver
you brine to mnrket.
SE BRING & ELLINW00D,
Fremont, May 16, 1S56 18
THE largest stock and preatest variety everbTOupht to
thismarket, conslstinfr of Bonnets, ladies French Hats,
ike., from almost nothing np to any price. Gentlemen
Hats from one shillingto $4,50. One for eTcry man and
hoy in the county. Some of the nicest Panamas erer ex
hibited in this market, can now he seen at
May 9. HEAD QUARTERS.
Dr. H. TUBBS, can be consulted at his rooms,
FREMONT Kessler's American, Thnrsdar, 26th June.
SANitl'SKY St. Lawrence House, Monday 2;td June.
N'OR WALK American House, Tuesdaj snd Wednesday
24th and 25th June.
TIFFIN Shawhan House, Fridav 27th June.
Upon all diseases of the throat, lunps, stomach, bowels,
liver and kiilnes, also for dropsy, (Travel, rheumatism,
tits, female diseases, impurities of the blood, skin atfec
tinns, ulcers, and all other forms and Tark ties of chronic
I INVALIDS 3U0CU) READ THE FOLLOW15IO FEOSl TnlS RKV.
J. It. CnAPIN.
To all rhom it mny concern: A sense of dutv to a com
mon sulferinir humanitv nromnts me thronch the optor-
tunity civen me by Dr. TuHhs to submit the following brief
statemenx. 1 nave neen sunennsr tor several rears trom
Dtspepsia. torpid liver and liowels, and a severe nervous
depression. I tested the full power of allopathic remo
dies prescribed by the best physicians at hand, and to
some extent the livdrofiatliie and homoeopathic treatment.
without anv sensible lieneht. Havmir observed theenect
of Dr. Tubbs treatment upon others of mv acquaintance,
and esnecialtv upon the wife of mv vouncest brother, who
had (added to a feeble constitution) a severe cough which
aroused fears of pulmonary consumption. I concluded to
consult him myself. He preserilied for me when f was in
anemnciated and wretched condition, and I freelv affirm
that unexpected to myself I was speedily benefitted to so
great a degree as to endure as heavy and continuous labor
nave been atiie 10 ao tor me last ten vears. i clieerrul-
lv commend the Doctor to the attention of sufferers from
chronicdiseases. J. 5f. CHAPIN,
Pastor of the Baptist Chnrrh. Streeteboro",
Tortage County, Ohio.
Great Stock of Saddlery!
AT REDUCED PRICES!
IVow is the Time to Bay!
CV. .1 II TI .
npnE suTiscrilier has now on hand, and design! to keep
1 ine urges! anu jjesi asoruncnt oi
Saddle and Harness Work,
That can be found in Northern Ohio, compriinjr in part,
Full and Hilf-S:niJh, Hood, Concave, Dennpique and
Common M-n's iATILES, Plush, Plushive and Extended
Snnnff LADIES SAlILE3: with a very large assortment
oi flaia and rancy Kiuing undies.
Harness of all Styles,
Constantly on hand, from a rarietT of Draft and Team
Harness to Brass aud Silver Plated Carriage Harness.
Whips and Lashes, Fly-nets, Trace and Halter Chains,
fce.. inclu'linjr all t bines pertaining to the business.
All Work warranted in every particular as recom
mended. The BEST MATERIALS the cotiry affords will alone
be used in the manufacture of work. From experience
and strict attention in business he will be prepared to sell
work in bis line at tbe
Lowest Possible Figures!
Thankfnl for the very lilieral patronajre received from
he citizens of Sandnsky and surrounding counties, he so
licits a continuance of the same. With his present advan
tages he pledges tiimseii
Not to be Undersold!
by any one, in any article in his line.
M. W. PLADf.
Green Sprinps, f Anr. 5, ISM. 23tf
NEW STORE AXD NEW STOCK!
JOHN T. TOTAKD,
No. 38 West Fourth-street, between
Mais asd Walnut,
Fancy Goods and Toilet Articles.
Perfumery and Family Medicines.
Bas opened a large and desirable stock in tbe abore
branches, to which he invites the special attention of all
who want bargnlns in good articles, either at
Wholesale or Ketaifl.
To Country yfcrchantswc offer great inducements being
SELL AT EASTERN PRICES.
Cincinnati, 0. April25, 1S56. ly
Late of .Stem, linker 4 Co.
ORVILLE R. BALER,
L.ate 10 Loiuinuui atreet.
B. P. BAKER & CO,
S. E. Cor. Walnut and Columbia Streets,
Cincinnati, April 26, 1S68. ly
ISAAC E. ST. CHAS. H. McDOUGAL.
West & McDougal,
Xo. 23 Walnut Street,
TOR THE PTTRCITASE AND SALE OF,
Choice TVVntern Reserve Butter, In Firkins, Kegt and
Western Reserve Butter in Barrels, Firkins, solid packed,
and Rolls wrapped in cloths.
Western Refterre Durham farm imitation of English dairy
and Nuttner Che.
Dried Peaches, neared and in halves.
Dried and green Apple.
Brooms in larpe quamines, ana prcax mntiT oi wry.es
xnanufactaredexprcsslr tor our uaae ana war ran tea to
n ii r eh afters.
Clorer Seed in lanre quantities, Timothy and Fla Seeds.
Lonii-Iana Sugars. Loaf, Powdered, Crushed and Clarified
New Orleans snd Fnirar house molasses nnd Frmns.
CotTee, Itiee, Starch. Palnim Sospf, Lejid. Pork, Lard,!
If.vm, Bef, rraniKrri-s. Lira's: riour, mrs anij rearl
Allies nnd all lands cf Groceries, produce and manu-
fictun-d articli s.
rrti -jliir attention civen to the fonrartlinghnsiness.
Mark all rontis for pale with owner's initial, and WtMcI.
All packages to be forwarded, Care W. it McD, Cincinnati,
Ohio. May 9, ISofl. ly
TIN ROOFDJG done to ordor In snperior style by
P. P. FtSSELMAH k CO.
COME TO TIIE
The way to make moncr Is to sare It, sad the war to sart
"it to buj
HARDWARE, iC, of
C. II. HAYNES,
No. 1, Dackland's Brick Block.
I beg leare to announce that I am now better prepared
than ever for tbe conduct of the
to trie satisfaction of the public.
Possessiuir every facility, and do Httle experience to the
management, I confidently invite your attention t my
in Us serpral departments, which will be constantly sup
plied with all desirable novelties, aud 111 be sold Ltivaxi
from Importer's and Manufacturers' prices. A full line at
all times, of
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
SILK und FANCY GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
HARDWARE, fcC, LC
I am now in receipt of
Fresh Spring Goods!
The styles of which are UNUSUALLY PRETTY, and prl
"BT - CC s "K.W
TTill yon do me the tavor to give me an earl." call?
For all kinds of
PRODUCE ! !
C. IL IIAYXES.
FKEMOyT- . April, 18!. 14tf
Again in the Field!
With a Larger and Boiler Stock
of Goods lhaii Ever, -
Erery tliin; which is Rare!
"TTT"HIcn he offers to his old friends andenstomers and
T Y to as many new ones as will favor him with a call
No. .2, Buckland's Block,
At prices I-ower than the Lowest; as his motto is "JVer-
er to be undersold by anu orfy. He has j ost received his
spring supply ot
JEWELRY, WATCHES, &C,
consisting in part of ,
24 dozen pairs of Earrings,
20 do Ladies' Brooches,
30 do Finger rings,
flpnts' Pins, Sleeve Buttons, Bosom Studs, Gold Pandls,
Pens, Chains. Lorkets, (;old Brarciets, and s lew beauti
ful sets of PLAIS GOLD JEWELRY. Also,
12 dozen WATCHES,
jnst received from the manufacturers, bought LOW for
caan ana wnicn will be sola r uk t asm,
At Lesti Hi in the Usual Prices
Amnrte them may be found fine Gold Levera, Fren-h and
Enclinh in huntsman anrj open cases. Lepine, Detached.
ana tngiisn ievers in silver cases, an
Warranted to keep Perfect Time.
Also, silver, German silver, and silver plated Table and Tea
SPOOys, Plated Forks and Knives, salt spoons, mustard
spoons, and a beautiful assortment of Card Cases, Port
Homes, roc set isooes, sc., txc
MUSIC AIi IXSTKOIEXTS.
I have a large assortment, consisting of Fine and Com
mon Violins. AconHons, Flutes, Fifes, &c Also, Enrich.
French, and Italian Violin and Guitar Strings; bows,
onuges, screw, nnger Doaros ana an pieces.
GIXS AXD GU. TRIMMIXGS,
and Sporting Apparatus of all kinda and at LOW figures.
Forty dozen pairs Scissors and Shears,
with an endless variety of Pocket Knives at New York
prices, by the dozen. Two bushels of
For sate cheap by the 100, and lower still lyr -the 1,000.
Cat-fish lines, Bass lines. Pike lines. Trolling and all oth
er kinds of lines, floats, spools, reels, spinning bait, swiv
els, tip, joints, in short, everything that can be called
in the nsherman s deparaoent, kept on hand.
of all kinds atexecdingly low prices.
I have a Tanre assortment, and I will sell to Peddlers and
Country Merchants at New York price. Cheap at retaiL
uon i lorget ine place,
IVo. 2, Biicklnnds Block
Mr. J. SCHR1F. continues to repair all kinds of
any part or parts of the finest Watches that have beea
lost or broken, he will replace at short notice. Wttches
sent from a distance will meet with prompt attention,
be returned to their owners by Express or as otherwise
Galvenizing and Silver plating done to order, In superi
or manner and warranted permanent.
N. B. One of Swan's
5 Oct.ivc lUelodeons,
A splendid toned instrument for sale cheap.
Fremont, May 9, 1854.
Wholesale Iron Store!
CARR, TAYLOR & CO.;
Nos, 2ie and 218 Water-st, Sanduslcy,
VHOLESJLLS BULUtS 131
IRCT, NAILS, STEEL, GLASS,
PIG IRON, WASHERS MJTS,
CALTI5 C-tvRR, XI C BARB O. TATLOS, V. 0. HEXOKSSOir.
"Tailsu A new arrangement that have made
i 1 m.inufacturers. enablee ns to sell IS AILS at thetr
ce and transportation. Nails from 2d to 60d tneluaiv,
together with alt sises of brads, fencing and finishing nails,
may be fonnd at our store.
YTiiidow Olasw. There Is no reduction on Glass,
from last Fall's prices, and still firm. Our stock consists
of all sizes, from 7 m9 to SO m48. Plate single or double,
of a larger size can be got on short notice. Of tbe above
sizes, we keep the largest stock in the city, and sell
wholesale or retail, at rates that do not vary much from
those of manufacturers, when the purchases of them
in small lots.
Iron. Wc have a full and complete stock of com
Bar, Round, Square and Oval Iron, and Swede's and Eng
Steel "We keep constantly on hand a full assortment
of Cast and Spring Steel. Also, Plow Wings, Plow Steel,
Nuts, Washers, Wagon-boies, and patent Pipe-skeins.
All Goods from our store warranted to be of the
qnality and brand. We are receiving for the spring trade
2000 keri of Nails. 150 tons Iron and 500 boxes Glass.
Merchants, Dealers and consumers are invited to
us a trial ; and of onr numerous customers in the foterior,
we would respect mi iv soncit a eominnsnee oi oraers.
CARR, TAYLOR Ss CO.
ArrH 18, 1S58. 44tf
OALE OF REAL ESTATE, by order
rrotkate court. un tne tst aaj oj june, isoo, at
o'clock in the afternoon, on the premises, wiil be sold
the hitrhest bidder the followine real estate, as the prop-
ertr of Lewis Clark, deceased, to-wit;
Lot number ten la Wbitchers second aadrtron xo
Centreville survey; and. Also: The undivided one-half
lot number thirteen, in Miller's addition to the village
Clvde. The dower estate of Mary Ann Clark, widow
said Jonas Clark, deceased, in the above lots bavins; been
aFpijrned, and set off in lot number ten, said lot is apprais
ed, subject to and encumbered by said dower estate, of
hundred and nftv dollars, and said nair lot nuniDer mrr
tfn which hv Mid imiimment of dower as aforesaid, be
comes unincumbered, appraised at two hundred and fifty
Tkrms of Sale. One-half down on tbe daT of sale;
and one-half in one year with interest. Defered payments
secured by mortgage on the premises.
Administrator of Lewis Clark, dee's.
May 30, 1856. 18w4
MARY COOKSOvS ESTATE. JJo
tice is herebv riven that the undersigned has been
appointed and qualified as administrator en the estate
iiary LooRson, late of andusky eonnty, nnio, aeecasea.
june ia, isno. xir-j viiLLiiAJa tuuaau.1".
OTICE. All those bavins: unsettled
aeconnts with ths nndprslinied. are rwinested
call and settle the same immediately, as I fntend ffoicg
west ahont the first of August next, and wish to elose
accounts before learine. il. A. RITTER.
Fremont, May 30, 1US. 18tf
2 Days from New York!
jNew feprmg Goods!
Have just been received at the Store o
TiW and beautiful patterns for tho Ladies!
BONNETS, SILK'S, RIBBONS, dc.
AND THEY ARE BEING RECEIVED EVERY DAY!!!!'
. Call and exaruino them !
Fremont, April IT, lA
AnexcelientVEW TOP BTOGT, Cheapl
Enquire at the Journal office, or A the
J. 3. lUL'AE.
Frenwtrt, Jfiy W,.l"o.
A Terrible Avalancb of Goods I !
All the Railroads rusniiiir in eonnoctioi
WITH THE OLD REGULATOR. .
Tbsre is no Vie trying when this OLD LCtlfStsUw ssiisv
sprtadll Brirg out tbe . . .
OLD BABY WAKER, .
And let tb farmer know whers tby cas Bast pd stoaft
Oubams for 6 teats per yard.
Regular Quarter section of PRINTS. ;
OeLainca, printed Muslins, Brilliants, Men's and Moas
SUMMER GOODS, .;
HATS AND CAPS, " '
with an old fashion Bay Rack loa4 sf
Ladies' Mkses'and CLildren's BONNETS,
with Ribbons to match, from almost KOTBIXO, np t
any price. Tbe cnttrs . ,
LITVE OF SILKS. "
Would rt from here toCleTelans, and as for FD1CXS
Uiers is an use of talkiss Great saristy of .. . .'
AND . -.
At 50 Cents per Ponnd ! I
100 barrels Stuart's GOLDEN SYRUP.
at FIVE SHILLINGS per gallon.
200 bags RIO COFFEE, "
Going at ..-...
ONE SHILLING PER POUND 7
which makes the people think of the Gold Piggings. Za
bet, the whole stock is going- r - ' . - '
AT AUCTION PRICES. , ;
fjT It is impossible to tell the whole story. Oar em
tera axe daily liaed with the bone and sinew of old Saa-
dnskT, and all agree that 1 Oil kj&tVltHy CAJf
and WILL sell Goods BIGHT. - . -
It is now a settled fact that Pfaci is Dxcukvix Wej
do not loik tor ex tea vacant prices for ProUvtc still, wbea
.Navigation opens, wa tnui tneprtcoi . .
CORN, OATS, RYE and "WOOL,
will prove satipfactorr to our Grain ad Wool growing
friends. We are and
Shall be in Market with the ROCKS, x
To pay for all kinds of -.
MJtX. O JEkX EJT T3 1H2
brontrht to markrVnd be satisfied with tbe "Nimble six
pence" in the war of small profits.
C. B. & E R KING, "i
HEAD QUARTER3,Maj2,)8. -
Eagle Clothing Store! ?
SPRING -gp?. SUMMER
Iff. Dili TOOS A CO,
HATE jast been recekinpf ft larpe and besntifal sssor
ment of Sew snd FsshionaMe CLOTHISU, eonmatins;
ot tientlemen's COATS of nil binds and f.aaiitiefl, fxon
2at ( Ticentu Dalian, cut alter the
LATEST FASHIONS I
and warranted snade in th best manner.
PANT3, of all kinds; Plain. Fancy, Striped, Cbsckernt
and Black Cansiroera, Jean, Sutinet, fcc, tt. -
VETS, of every variety, (it to wear to wedding Of
a fnnersl, tVrerery day or to church, with
CRAVATS to natchj frein th richtet to the flainss
COLLAR., that will nuke any seek appear jnst tb
ripht iemrth; Handkerchief.., Sock, liloves, Suspender
Trunks, Carpet Bairn, I mbrellaa, Ire. It cannot be ex
pectt-d we will enumerate every artirla- we- bar for sale,
therefore we invite all to COME AND SEE FOR TE&JC
SEI.VE.and faith will be converted to kawWe.
We are selling more and better ClcKiirna; thao anr e
tablisbmetit in Frement, and at tbe --
Very Lowest Prices Possible 1
And will be happy to see oar old friends and mstonera awl
all others who wish to purofeaae any thing in onr line.
It is acknowledged by every one, who has tried it, thattb
Clothing Bought at tliis Store, is Better
Crrt, Better Made, and of Later Fashions than can be fotxstt
at anv other place in this town.
COME AXD SEE I'S? for, rest awn red, that GREAT
BARGAINS eanbe had at tb EAGLE ChOTHiy&
STORE. r M. lKYFOOS sk CO.
Fremont, April 18 185. 12tf
Xov Opening at
P. B. BELTvY'S.
MAMMOTH STORE, CLYDE, 6.
HATING the past month enlarged my store, making it
one of the best stwres in the county.
To my friends and enstomera who have parchased of
me for the last fire years, I can safely say that the experi
ence I have bad in the mercantile bus iness during the pat
fifteen years is sufficient evidence that 1 am pretty thor
oughly acquainted with their tastes and waits. Hj stock
is purchased expressly for their waste at prices)
Lower tli:in ever heard or --;
Mr stock fs purchased from tbe beet asanufaetarers aaf
jobbers in New York and Boston, and msjmtactvred by lbs
best looms hi the world, all to be sole)
WITH THE TARIFF OFF.
5000 yards latest stvks
LADIES' DRESS GOODS ,.
Twenty-five per cent, less than last year's prices SUloa,
Poplins, shawls. Ginghams, Lawns, fce.
0000 yards of
Shilling PRINTS for Ten Cents.
5000 yards of
Merimae and Cocbeco Prints,
The best stock in the ronntry. fg Call and examine.
Mens', Ladies' and Misses'
BOOTS AXD SHOES
13,000 pairs all qualities, prices and kiads; some esUrery
new styles for Ladies.
A larre stock of Coart, Pants, Tests aad Fsaey Goods far
10 tons Groceries, Crockery,
Hardwars, best honey syrup at TIP'S SBILLiyG3
other roods in the same proporttoa. fin pars hart, fallcm,.
Teas better than usual at AO cents. Tobacco at twe shU
Iings, IUce, Codfish, tc Cheap for CASH.
We have not time to ennmersfe onr lartro stork, bisk
would say that it is complete and His offered a pzloss tab,
may stir up some of ths houses
That purcJtw ikevr Gd im CUeelemeU.,
Ws want all your Butter Eers, and PRODUCE, anJ wtl
keep tbe prie?s up at tip top fitmrrs. We know of sosnsj
who would like to keep Eras at 8 cents. fant eome iX.
We shall pay the very highest twice for Butter, Eggs aat
Produce, asd sell Goods en the Square. -
P. B. BEERY-
CLTDE, , May ISM.
JOY TO THE COiQIUXITYr
02 ULt "W JKJ JE
DE. HARKXESS, has just received
fine assortment of
Consisting in part of
New and elegant
Prints, Delaines, fec;
large assortment of Ladies
Boots and Shoes, together with,
the most beautiful assortment of Bib- .
bons ever offered ia this market. The gen
tlemen ean, find a new lot of Hate,
Caps, Boots and Shoes, and all. .
, kinds of wearing apparel, ; "
calculated to suit the
tastes of alii a
a fresh assortment of
now arriTinr. These goods will be sol4 as enem. as at
snr otherstore in Obib. Come along, bring in your B-B
Dutter, E-G-Eggs, and s little Mossy, If you please. ,
at. Jb. UAiUkSS
CljiJsv Ohio, March 2,1S5. "
ROAD NOTICE. on-resident land
owners of the followinr deseiibed lands lyins; la
Sandnsfry Coonfy, Ohfo, to-wit: Ta north-west corner of
section, number twenty-two, township number frve, raiiKe
number fourteen, lyinp in washintrton township, are here
by notified that there will be a view on the lift h day of
July, 1S56, for the purpose of locatintr a County Foad, a
tiillows, to-wit: To commence atasrhool bonse called- the
Tjtnti school hoa. aud rnnntrp east on the half seetiosr
line of sections number twenty-one and twentv-two, till It
intersects a County Road running south from the Western
Reserve -and Maase road, between sections Dvmbsi
twenty-two and r-ewey -three, the mum be let; Is Wash irsjr
ten. township. Fremont, .fane 9. 184 14