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Oh. srho baa not seen Kittr Clyde?
8he Uvea at the foot of the kill.
Id a aly little nook by the babbling brook.
That carries iter father's old mill.
Oh, who does not know Kitty Clyder
That unnr-eved rosy -cheeked lass,
WiU a tweet dimpled chin, look! roguish aa tin;
With a amile alwa as to pa".
CKOira. Sweet KittT, dear Kitty,
a. j- Daar Kitty C lyd.
la a sly little oook, by the bahbline; brook
Lives say ow& twot Kitty Clyde,
B emr morning, with aline and a hook,
' And a basket to put her fish in.
The sweet little lau, through the tall heavf grase,
6tea.lt alonr by the clear running brook.
6he throw her line in the stream,
! sUd trips alonsr the brook side,
O, how I wink I waa some little Bah,
To be caught br sweet Kitty Clyde.
COKJ. Sweet Kitty, fcc
1 with I was some little beel
t wonld not rather honer from flowers:
But I'd steal a tin from Kitty's sweot Una,
And bnild my nest in her bowers.
And if 1 was a little bint,
t would not build my neat in the air.
But I would keep draw to Kitty's aids,
aVnd aleep in ber soft silken hair.
CBOaxik JSwset Kitty, to.
KITTY CLYDE. Agricultural.
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THE OHIO FARMER. THO. BROWN,
Proprietor and Editor.
21:2 Cleveland, Ohio."
Haying at Hand.
' "Yes," say a thousand of our friends, "hay
ing is at hand, and we are getting ready for
it." We are glad to hear it, and believe
.you are getting ready tor it with true pru
dence and pluck. A few words about vari-
Hus matters connected with tho operations
-of haying, will, we know, be in place. We
will put them in the form of answers to
HOW SHALL I BEST GET READY FOR HAYING!
By doing several things. 1st. Get all
other work out of the way. Hoeing corn,
plowing for the first time for wheat, if that is
your way, making roads, visiting, and mar
keting, muling and buying all needful sup
plies for your family, must be done now, so
that valuable time may not bo wasted, in
tbe midst of haying, in doing these things.
2d. Get good" tools all ready for use, and
provide a sufficient number of them : scythes,
fakes, forks, wagon racks, hay mows, bridg
es and paths over which the loaded wagon
or cart must pass,should all be put into good
condition before hand.
3d. Provide good efficient hands to help
you. Don't wait till the work must be
done, before yon cast about for m'n to assist
4th. Don't forgot to provide your wife,
too, with an additional hand in-doors to
help her through the trying season. She
needs it as much as you need your help.
. 5. Make arrangements to put as much as
possible of your hay under cover, You will
save much this way, not only in tho labor
of haying but in the quality of tho hay.
SHALL I rsE "mowers," or scythes, or
t-'if HAND RAKES, OR HORSE RAKES ?
Where tho meadow will permit, tho horse
rake, by all means. It will do tho work
from five to ten times as fast. But you will
need several hand rakes to finish up a field
with, and to rake rough and marshy spots,
where the horse rake cannot go. As to
"mowers," if there is one in your vicinity,and
you can get tho use of it, do so at first, on a
moderate scale, and watch the whole matter
aud its results carefully. Wliilo there is
no doubt that on largo farms tho "mower,"
is a great improvement, it is not so clear
that every fanner, whatever be tho size and
situation of his meadows, should have his
grass cut by a machine. A dozen circum
stances, which will occur to tho thoughtful
farmer, but which would fill if explained
here, must decide this qustion. Extremes
should be avoided. The "mower" and
scythe will both hold their places for a long
time to corao.
HOW SHALL I BEST ESCAPE THE EFFECTS OF
1st. Begin haying early. 2d. Improve
every hour of good weather. 3d. Watch
ltho weather closely, and be always on the
'jtlerL 4th. Keep" the cart as close to the
.-trio Ha nnssible. 6th. CockillGf Up half
eumd hav. or puttinr it into "sweat heaps,"
as they are sometimes called, and shaking
them out to take tne sun me next aay in
be found to be an excellent way to prepare
f Vi liav for the mow. It needs rood iudfr-
ment to do it well. But it saves time and
greatly improves the fragrance of tho hay at
--once. - 6th.. Use good rock salt on your
' Bay, if you have to cart it a little damp.
CATCHING WEATHER! Sub-soiling Vs. Draining.
There is no doubt but a soil made deep
and mellow will resist both drouth and del-
luge better than a thin, hard soil. The reas
on is obvious. If you have two inches of
Boil on a board or in a box, halt an hours
. rain makes it complete mud, and a half
dav's sunshine will convert tho mud into
hard lumps, especially if the soil is clay, or
nv considerable part clay. But if instead of
two inches vou have two feet, it will take a
lone rain to wet it through, and no part of
it will bo very dry until the whole is dry
A deep mellow soil will bear a longer amount
of rain without destroying its loose, porious
character to such a degree. as to exclude- the
air. So far as we have -observed," a piece
of dry, gravely l, if pWed dy.-l
tATiil a droucrht belter than wot clav if plow-
d shallow, and underlaid by clay or hard
pao. Culturwt and Gazette.
Mites in Chkesb. Dip a piece of wool
f n cloth in sweet oil and oil tho cheese with
it . Keep tho shelves clean with sonp and
water : : "- - -
System and Fencing.
In conversing with a very estimable and
intelligent friend about fence,' I perceived
tiat he made it a point to bring his mind to
bear upon his businessmen; thero is scarce
anything that wo can do at all that we might
not do better and particularly wo need
system. Having found out the best way
we should stick to it.
For yards, gardens, fcc, board fence
seems at present to be a necessity, though I
was reioieed to see my neighbor Ilollenlx-ek
enrrnrrod in pnttinff out a
. . . -i i . i r. i.
neuge, wiucu no ;
t cnirirnition of Dr. Dean, of
your citv If tho Doctor never makes any
' 7 . ., ., . -ii
worso prescription ttian mat, no w m ions
maintain his enviaoio reputation. m uik
An ti.nn hoard fence, however, may a
kind Provideneo help ns to have good ones,
and decent lookincr. Tho article which fol
lows was furnished at my particular request
by the friend alluded to above, who Ireeiy
and voluntariallv confessed that ho had re
ceived more from the Rural than tho paper
costs, and like an honest man was willing to
pay up. What ho savs about tho height of
the fence conforms to my own experience,
and in somo dctrreo extends to all tencc.
Animals learn to iump as littlo boys learn
the same thing: first jump as high as their
knees, then raise tho polo a iiuio nigner,
then a litlo higher. If animals were never
"exposed" to a fence less than 4j- feet high,
they would seldom iump. Occasionally an
animal, like ahuman, has a particular loose
ness of disposition ; let special provisions
("close confinement") bo made for such.
Sometimes we snport a AirA tenco almost
round a field, but sutler one or two places to
nret low which is about as bad a case as
that of my friend, Dr. Collar, of Wyoming.
Ho had an excellent pair oj oars, uui noi a
H. T. B.
What has Been Done On One Acre.
Somo of our readers who cultivate only
a small patch of land, as somo do in and
near villages, may take some hints from the
following st3teme"nt which is a summary of
the management of an acre by the editor of
thn r ne. Cu ttrator. several years aro:
From one-third of an acre in corn he usual
ly got thirty bushels of sound produce, be
sides somo soft or retuso. inis miiriii serto
fnr fnmilv use and for one or two horrs be-
. , -r .t 1 T. . OOA
siues. from inc same irrouuu no jion
pumpkins and beans for tho wholo year.
From a bed of six yards square lie usually
got sixty bushels of onions, and with the
amonntbouMit his flour. Tho rest of the
rmund was appropriated to potatoes, beets.
narsnins. cabbare. crreen corn, peas, beans
cucumbers, mellons, squashes, fcc, with fif
ty or sixty bushels of beets and carrots lor
the winter food of a cow. l lien no nau al
so a flower garden ; gooseberry, raspberry,
and current bushes, and a few choice apple,
pear, plumb, cherry, peach and quince trees.
Now. if an acre can be made to produce so
much in Maine almost enough for all tho
necessary supplies of ono family why may
not the same thing be dono clscwnere s
Poll Evil in Horses.
For the benefit of those who have, or may
hereafter have horses that have poll evil, or
fistula, I would say, don t sell the animal
for a trifle, or give him away; but cure him
sound and well. I care not how long it has
been running, it can be cured with one
dime : yes. one dime's worth of muriatic acid
will cure tho worst case of old poll evil.
First wash tho sore well with strong soap
suds, then drop eight or ten drops of the
acid in it twice a day, until it nas ino ap
pearance of a fresh wound ; after which, it
should be washed clean with suds made
from castile soap, and left to beak which it
will quickly do if the acid has been used
long enough ; but if it docs not get well, ap
ply the acid again until it does cure, tor it
is "a suro remedy and will not fail, if it is ap
plied until the diseased flesh is all burnt out
Remedy for Ewes Deserting their
Lambs. Let a dog bark at and teaze the
lamb in the presence of the ewe, and the
natural instinct of affection of tho mother
will bo aroused.
THIS RAKE rrif I'litenti-il lnr Cnlvin Itelnno.nir.nsi
l.ivenn..re, Maine, Feb. Will, ISM. It is Htti-d ton
iirof wheels with rani hubs, .ma temled l.y a ton or ui.y
who can ride and Hake, and mntrnge the horse wilh ease
and eerUinl r. Eaih tooth arts separately ana iiiu.-,n-i...-entlv,
its head brin? suspended ly a rod or limp' over the
aNie'iroe.one tooth hciiu: attached to each head. It le
eiinnllv adapted t:i Krn ami Smonti , and allies
with eijual pressure on earn Kiim 'i
Premiums and Diplomas
Were awarded in the Kail of 1R47 and 1S4S. fv me jven-m-l.-eand
Franklin Counties Arrieultnral Sort, ties ai d
it 1849, a premium was awarded at the Aew l orh .-1.1 e
tSvraeuse. In 1S..0. a Kratmty was swarm-., m
Middlesex and a llii.loniaat Kssex County rairs. .-'"-
rfavomlile ren-rt nnon tills Kate nun- ne i-mnci in nir
ransai-tionsnf fie VI nreester County .v'i irnuin " " -
vf-.rlR Vl.pi-.-e 170, and a similar notice lr the M notes.
SfM-ietv at pnire 14a. iml lisiieu iy me .t-inun. "-
ilassiehusetts. A lli .l-vnia irasawar-teo at - 'i"
Fair, and at the M.-elnmi-s- Institute at ;"-""
I'.SOM Cincinnati. Its utility lia wen lesic" ..t ...... c
ban l.nmi Farmers in tne MaTeot inine, w n.. n.c i . ..
lied to its superinritv overall other norse ivi... , ....
uv others, anions whom are tuose wuosu
sinc-d to the foliowinj;
nnvinir nrcd Delano's llorse R-ike, wc the suliserilK-rs,
tale pleasure in riTo.mnenditiK it to the Public as far su
perior to am other Kate in use, within our knowh de.
t is decidedly superior to any otlu-r isase on uiieieu
face, and works well on any land mat is m to i- ra.ni.
It miiiiri s but one person to maimi-e nolli me n.i-..e .11. u
horse, an 1 the worK is :iirill lr .?... n.i- .
The li-ike b-i.if on w heels is easily moveil. II is uurai:Je
and perlornis lntH-e work in a ffiven tune than any other
Kakc weliave.-vernseu. i. is ..... m ...o- k. .
simple in its structure, and easily repaired nen nec
Isaac S. Hongliton, Dorchester, M.ifs.
M. ll:ld-es, " "
muel M. Barker, Anuover,
William Foster, " "
Stephen I). Al.lsltt. "
Asa I'inrree, Topsfield, "
Richard P. Waters, North Beverly,
P. P. Towne, " . "
William A Lander, "
Charles llilliard, Kensinpton,
Moses Clement, est Amesburr,
Georje E. SiUbv, Dradferd, "
William F. Porter,
S'athan Barker, .North Andover, "
Farnum SpolTord, Andover, M
Jobii P. Foster, " "
Franklin B Brown, Fouth namjton,N.H.
Divid AVood.i.nn, " "
Joseph H tiraves, Brenswnod, "
William Morrill, " "
Jonathan Morrill, " '
John Smith. " "
Dndler 11. KoWnson,
Wiiitlirnp H.Dudley, "
Stephen Dow, "
John Mon ilU "
John French, Kensington, " .
Ihn W. Shaw. " "
This Rake has been used hv A RR AM R0WI.FS. of Srn
dnskvtoontv. and he sneaks of it in the most nntteniif
terms Anv'ner"0" io virinitv who wishes to know
more particularly of this Rake, is referred to Mr. Bowlus.
The subscribers havinfr the enclnsive riirlit under the
Patentee of said Horse Rake, of making, usins and vend
ine the same, in snd for the County of Sandusky, will dis
pose of these machines to the Fanners of the county 011
tp" All inrrlnxemenls on said patent w ill be prosecuted.
kakes for thc-comirs season on hand, and for sa'e I.)
tlu. subscribers. KOUKKTS at SHEI.DOX.
Fremont, O., April 21, IS-'. 13uij .
nf shn-M-i Rnwu, ficct-iiPf d, ha th inj him hi
1Ptimf lor IMP Itnn. n'nini" ' ' ,
111 lH' hear on tne -isi "inv m .mm-, -. i ,
LVMAX CF1-PIX, Probate Judge.
Frrmont, June 4, 3S;8. v
TOIIX HEED'S ESTATE. Xotioo is
J herebv irlven that the snbscriher has been appointed
and q nal i tied as admi n istrator n the estate of John Kccd,
late of Sandusky conntv deceased.
Jun. 13, lSi6.-z0w8 JOHN SAMPSEL.
D. BETTS & CO.
Take pleasure in presenting to
Their numerous friends and customers in Sandusky and
adjoining Counties their ,
Beautiful and Well-Selected,
Some of which are enumerated below:
BONNETS, Bonnets, 5 cases of tho lat
est style just received at D. BETTS & CP'S.
npvEBAIGE, Challi, Lawn, Fruited Jaco-
I I .1.;-triiied 1'oi.lins. Chambm and f5mg-
-- vUli t-Ue tari1 uu at ii.n.tws.
1fnff Peices Merrimac, Spmgue, Co
UUUUcheco, Pacittc, Dunnclls. Et.pl I si. and
French priuts very cheap at U. D. & CO a
A BEAUTIFUL lot of Scotch Ginghams,
only cts. per yard, warranted fast colony
wru-as-a SilV. Moire Antioue and Lace
aiUU Mantillas, cheaper than ever offered in this
D. B. t CO.
CJILK Fringe, Silk Lace, Tassel Buttons,
Cord and Tassels.
D B fcCO
T ADIES and Gents
Kid, Silk, Lisle
Thread and Cotton Gloves, very cheap. D B k CO
KAA Ladies Jaconet, taiiiDric, uotih,
ij J J Wroupht and Tambold CoUars at a very small
advance above New Yoik cost.
xfCTlT A. Book, rlain and
.I.;, anil check Cambric. Jaconei, iue...-. -k
,,. D B & CO
UTALTESE, Smvrna, Bobinet, Lisle,
if J. Wove, Honiston and" Silk Edging and ''-
FLOUXCING, Dimity, Swiss and Cam
trie Edtrintt and Insertion. A large AssoHment of
Embroidered Curl.iins.iust received. '
ONNET, Cap, Taffeta and Satin Kib-
bons, a car loadjust received anu verj '' c0
A Larrro lot of the Latest Styles Dress
XA. Trimmings forthe Indies just received.
D B A: CO
TREXCH Cloth, French, English aud
JL American Cassiniess very cheap.
I) B CO
Fine assorment of Farmers' Satiu and
. Satin Vesting, Summer and Merino CM-'jj" c(
COTTOXADES, Denims, Blue Drills,
Kentuckv Jeans. Linen Check, Tweeds and Satinets.
n-h to suppiv everv -Man a.i-i i... ... v..-
Suit, can be found with the TarilT knocked endways,
by calling on
TT7"HITE and Buff Marseilles, Linen and
T T Satin Vests just rcrcivcd
A Choice lot of Ready-Made Clothing
XJa. just received and selling very cheap
D B & CO.
BLACK, Moire Antique, Chnngable Bro
cade. Plaid and Striped Silks, a large assortrnent.ius1
received aed very cheap ' 11 11 & cu
IIITF. mid DeBerasra Embroidered
Robes, beautiful patterns
STRAW Trimmings, Kouclies, w reams,
and ArtiBcials just received D B & CO
ALM Leaf Leghorn, Panama, Wool,
Felt, Xapped and Angola Hats D B & CO
HPHE Sprint Stvle of Silk Hats have
1 arrived1 " ' A-Ol
FIGURED, Plain Moire Antique ana
ni..L n....nl. 00 nareent eheaner than ever before
offered in this market
LEACHED Shirting, Pillow Casing
andBleached Sheeling Ci yds. wide 1J V & cu
TICKIXG, Striped Shirting, lirown and
Bleached Drills, Crash, Diaper, Furniture anrl Apron
Check very cheap D B fi cu
COTTON Yarn Coverlet Warp, White
and Colored Carpet Warp and Seine Twine
THREE Ply, Tapestry, Ingram, cm
tian and Cotton Carpels and Drugget D B k CO
lTELVET Rii-s and Mats a large a-sort-
""I ILT, Rosewood and Mahogony IiOok-
VJI ing Glasses and Mirrors
T ADIES Silk Channel Gaiters, lironzea,
iL-;.i irw. wA r.-.lf Shoes. Ladies Buskins and
Slippers a large assortment just recoiled and very cheap
1 KA Cases Gents Calt and Kip lxts,
I J J Cents Calf, Kip and Enamelled Shoes. Caiters
and Slippers cb.eaj.er than ever DBA; CO
CHILDREN'S Shoes in endless quanti
ties d b CO
EDWOODS, Uuvals anl Maeons an
il, nerior Honer Dew Tobacco, only 25 cts per Iti
10 COFFEE and N. O. Sugar, prime
I) B & CO.
GOLDEN SYRUP, the best, quality at
. ' DBA CO
YOUNG HYSON and Imperial Tea on
hand of superior miality D B k CO.
"I AY, Straw and Sheaf forks, Corn
l.tes, Sythes, Snaths and Cradles 11 li CO
TEEL Shovels, Spades aud Scoops
. , V li cu
Eartheu Ware a
D B k co
r lot just receievd
"friLLOW Wagons and Cradles. Mens-
f urcs, Tails, Bros.tiiB and HopSiicks I) H i Co
LAND PLASTER, just received at
D. BETTS k CO S.
AILS, Brads, Spikes, Glass, Oils Faints
amlJvish. T!ip wisliintr to builtl will tin well
on 11s iM'forp rurclinpine fl,rwliere, as bp arc bound
to sell cheaper than any otlu-r luiu in tin' State.
D. UETTS Js CO.
Fremont, May 2. ISM. 14tf
B;iKiy 2111.3 rrayiion St;ic!
On Front Street opposite the Bank.
once more in full Mart, with the
Utt;t and (.'hfain'st
llocR of Ororcrics in Town!
Kvrrv tlihijrsnld at this lloiisc in W.trrniit,-1 to pive per-fi-rt
wit inlart inn. anil w ill In- .i.-Iivt-ri-.l KllKKOK CHAl.CK
anr where within the corporation. 31 jr stock coistb in
White Wheat Flour Warranted iu Bar
rels or bv the Sack !
Rio and Java ToIT',
Grefnand I thick iifl
White am! Hrown Surftr!it
Syruj-a and Molassca,
Cut and Pine Toliacpn,
Si-rm, SU'jirim and TM!ow Candlrs,
Coa and Ch.-k".;itef
liakinjr PnwiltTfi and Saleratus,
Ulnrkiiic and Itrushi.",
I'oniicr and Shot,
Lt'.id ami I'rrriisslnn Cap.
I.rtr, Toih't and Shaving Soapd,
Mu!tanl and ('atjjup,
Fijrn and Haisinp,
Crackpro nnd ChiTse,
Wash Tubs and Board,
Jiis and ('rockn,
Lennin Symn aud Pepper Sauce,
C..-ds nnd Ropo,
Sardines nd Pickh-s,
WinoB and T,iUon hy tlie barrel or gallon,
Codfish and Macki-nil.
Snirar Bnxps. S;ilt. Vinpcar, L(monm
And in fact, evprvtinne unuallv kot in (Trocerr fcRtao-
usumem. And in addition to the aimve. I have a
bake noi sr.:
And the sfrvicp of nnf of tlie lPBt Biker in the Conn
trv, and I intend to keep constantly on hand
Bcea!, Pics,- Cakes and Cwkcrs,
And inrite fill Families snd Shop-keepers togiTC me a call
!M-rn' Mrch.n-injr el-scwhere.
r"r All artifiet for ftle at Wholfii'salp or TJ(-t:iil.
t rrmont, April , lS'nt. 12tf
i Yds. LADIES' DRESS GOODS
to be sold on tli1 loir rpp."nro nHor by
P. B. BEERY,
February, 1, 1S.',6. Clyde, Ohio.
TABLE CUTLERY, chen? at.
lloitKr is k Sheldon's.
STFAM MUX WDltK. t'hinine. s and Bnwhing for
Sleatn Mills, Copper I'ipe. kc. manufactured at all
time, tw . : P. P. FCSELMAN & CO.
- Commercial College,
Tkt a est Thorough aud practical ln$lilalion in IhtWeU.
t. - ...tc :.l.,;nsll departments of Book Keep-
it.ir. Lectures anil lVnmat.ship. atltmuct
For Full Course in Ladies' Department s w
THE proprietors take Treat pleasure in express...,
thanks for the u'ratifj iiiR and unpreeedented success
. . ,. ,' . .... 1. ..,,1 ilinn tu r-
1. t vl-i..l tin. I'Mrct-rnt tli
, 1 ik, w,..t Orient manner, the
rnpitllv incn iisinK demand for a prmrtical and comprchei
,i,rrnut,fr traiiiim. The erettt irnc tirftl
ncrience ol' the Prinriiftl in heavy Bahkiuff nn.l Comuier-
. .. . . , . ...j 1 n....n,nl.tif..t cren-
eilil llollnes.H!11sTea ny euuen.eu n..u ....-..-.-- -th-lnen
hss ennhh-d him to hriil" to a degree ol i.errectioo
a si-stem of C'HUNTI.NO ROOM instmetion, hv oral w-ciM-s
not allained h ai m other imtilulm. Kuril student
In- this new process." i. drilled at the DKSK, tudiriUualjt,
tep hv- step, until he has mastered the whole rout ine or an
Accountant's duties. thorttunUo at though he hod scre
ed an aoprcutitrship in tome large Commernai Himsc;
and thus all awkwardness, faltering and egregious blun
ders, are in a (Treat measure dissipated. ....
In addition to our enjrarrenient of accomplished Assist
ants we havealso secured the services of some of the most
eminent lecturers in Ohio, to leetureon commercial topics.
Our course of instruction is too cJtonded to particular.
Ize here, hut it emhraces everything conueeted with
DOrill.E EVTTiY I'.llOKKK.F.l'lNt!, withfreesndfulldis
ctiwion of its scientific principles Lectures upon Com
mercial llistorv, snd llL-torv of eminent commercial men
commercial (ieoirrnphv, commercial Pro.lucts, commercial
Calculations, political economy, mercantile law, etlucs ol
trade, partnersiiip, kc.
The Ladies' Department,
Is now onened for the reception of T,adi-s. No institution
in the t'nh.n imparts a more thorough or interesting
course in this department.
In conclusion, we would add, that ire shall put torth
our host eirorts to merit in a still more emioent decree.
the nitterinrr reception with which our enterprise has met
aud phdve ouricjrcs to impart a mart thorough, practical
course of Mercantile luntructionlhaucanbcfonucdatany
other oimilar Mercantile Colics'- ,
Amnnir the manv recommendations, wetrire the rnllow
in. n-0l the lindersiirnod, take pleasure in te-tifylnK
tint we are persnnallv adiuainted with Mr. GraxukR's
al.ilitvns nn Accountant, and teacher of Bookkeeping,
whii li is of theAiff-liesI oriicr. Ho has had Rreat experi
ence as nn Accountant in heavy Commercial Hanking
Houses. which cires him snperiorfarilities in impartines
practical kuoylcdfre of Bookkeejriog and a thorough Com
mercial education. I. .!. At.l.KN, 1-1. .. I'-.
President of tiirmer s College.
President of Kenvon College.
To voitni men who wish to acquire a "oisiacM JM"".
(.o " we think it affords facilities seldom e.,..slled Mr.
Grander has the rare qualification of theoretical knowledire
and iptness in teaching s.Wed to practical t onntin?
Room experienee. snd we feel confident that trradnates
fn.m his College will he fully competent to keep the most
complicated set of Hooks. ,.., ,
4 A . Stovk, AVholesaleand Retainrerelisnt,
J J. I innev. Sec'y B'rd Control. State B'k Oliio.
.1. F. Park, linokkeepernt P. T. Wnodhury's.
T' flvnttiiKR. Bookkeeper at the Clinton Hank,
ll' 7.. Mil.l.s, Sec'vColumlms C.iss and Coke Co.
C M M isns, r.ookkiH-perat .1. H. Kiley & Co s.
Fehruarv lyl Proprietors
Dr. C. M. JACKSON, PhilacTolplna, Pa.
Will Effcclnnlly Cure
TIVER COMPLAINT, dvspepsia, jaundice, chrouieor
I nervous rtehilitv. diseases of the kidneys, and all dis
cuses arising from a'disordered liver or stomach; such as
constipation, inward piles, lulllH-ss, or Mood to the head,
icidilv of the stomach, nausea, heartburn, disgust tor
food fullness or wei-.'ht in the stomach, sour erncations.
sinkinE or rtutterios at the ).it of the stomach, s-iminiiiE
ol th head, hurried or difficult hreathin!-, liuttermRat the
heart. ch. ikins orsulToealintr sensations when in a lying
posture dimness of vision, dots of wehs hefore the sit-hl,
f.-veran.l dull pain in the heail, deficiency or perspiration,
V lh.wnessofthe skin and eyes, pain in tho side, hscx,
chest limhs kc: sudden flushes of heat, burninir in the
Uesii. 'constant imaginings of evil, and great deprosssion
0lTherproprietorin callins the attention of tlie puWic to
this pn-pa ration, does so w ith a feeling of theutmest con
fidence in its virtues and adaptation to the diseases lor
which it is recommended.
It is no new and untried article, hut one that lias stood
the test of a ten rear s trial lKfore the American people,
anditsr.-putation.ind sale is unrivalled l.y any similar
preparations extant. The testimony in its favor given by
the most prominent and well known physicians and indi
viduals in all parts of the conntry is immense.
Tm.jl s I.KTrllFOKn. Covington. Ky.. Hoc J'.lSo.Lsays
"Mv wife has !een alliirtrd with the liver complaint and
dvspepsia for a number of vears, during which time 1 have
siienta "Tent ileal for doctoring, but she received very lit
tle Iienolit thererrom, and finally the doctors said she cnnhl
not Ik- cured. Last spring she concluded t" try your Bit
ters she took two bottles, and ever since taking them she
has been able to attend to her business. I have sold unite
a numlier of bottles through her recommendation, and as
far as I can learn it has given satisfaction to all."
11 win AnnoTT. Anstiiibiirgh, Ohio, Dec. A. 1S.13, says:
"Permit mvto l-ar testimony to the remarkable eflieaeynj
vnurtJornian Hitters, in the cure of liver complaint. For
years previous to taking it, I was severely nlllicted wi'h
disease of the liver, so much so that I did not expect to
live, hut by a free use of tho Hitters, thanks to a kird
Providence." I find myself entirely restored to health aed
able to resume mv usual employment.
These Bittersare entirety vegetable, and free from all
For sale hv Uruggists and storekeepers, and by
S. BrcKLAXD tk Co., and
J. F. "Wooster,
Febmsry 22, 1S.-.5. 4yl , Fremont, Ohio.
Tho Great Purifier of tic Blood.
THE BEST ALTERATIVE KNOWN.
Kot a particle of Mercury hi it!
VN infillihlp remedy for Rcrofula. kinfsevil, rhenma
tim, ohstinat' ru'tanpons err.p.ions piuiples or jios-tuh-s
on the face, blotrhe?, Ix-ils, cim.nic sw eyes,
a rue and fever, rimrworm, or tetter, ma I1 head, ,
"enlanrement and Miin of the bones and jiiutfi
salt rheum, svphiliticdisorUern, 5tuhb4irn
ulcers, and all diseases arit-inr; from ,
an injudicions use of mercury,
imprntlence in life, or iinpu- j
i it y of the hlood.
Tlii 'H'ent alterative 'medicine or purifier of Ihe Mood is
now used hv tlmusnudfi of grateful patients from all parts j
of the United States, who testily daily to tlie renrukabic .
curen nerf"rm'd hy the jrrpateni 01 an nieuicines, twntri
Snnuish Mixture.' XennilU, rheumatism, scroftihi, liver .
dis-:tse, eruptions on the akin, fevers, uh-eis, old sorps,
n flection ofthekidnevi. diseases of the thronl. h-niah com- j
nlaints, pai-n, and aclune o. ine mines arm jihius, aie
hmhHIv l'iit to Hi;ht ny nsmrr mis imiiii:iipii- n-iur'i...
For all di'eas'is of the hlood. nothing hayet Iwmi found
to compare with it. It cleanses the sv.em or nil lmpuri- i
cts irentlv ami etncieniiy n hh-ihit mi'i "ihik'Vi
Btre 'ffthens the di'jestion, pivw tone v ttie Pioimcn,
ma'c s thpskin clear and healthy, and restonthp consti
tution, enft-hled hv disease or broken nnivn py xneeicefea 1
of vou'h. to its pristine vicorand strenfrtli.
For the Pisfaksoki" em a i.e. n pecuiiariv snjiiimup,
il wherever it has U-come known is re-rnlarly preseril ed
with thf hapi-i'-st 'U"''rt- M inviL'onites lite weak anl H
hilitaTcd. nnd imparts elasticity t the worn out frrm-r,
clears, the skin, and U-aves The pm-nt nesii aim m-.-niny;
asim'h' litt!ii- of thi iTipstinaMe remedy is worth all the
so r:ilh'd sars;ipai i'.las in eit"nce.
Thelartre numivers of eertiiictiteft which we have received
from p-rCtns fi-om all parts of the United Stat-. i the
best evidence that there if no hummier almnt it The
hotid keepers, ma-istnit-s, pltvtiirians.anu pnnlic
well known to the commiii'itv. nil adil ttxir ti inm
thv wonderful effects of this f.KEAT IthOOU PU-
Call on the nirent and eet an Alma tin p. and re.id the tl
t:iils itfth" astH!iihi'i" enrei jierfnniied by C.t flTKR' S
St'AXlSII MIXTURE, IN most caskh' whkkk kvkkt
TlttVfi Kt.SK HAD NMIN.VI.LY FAII.Fn. Tlie 1 imits of an ;td-vi-rtinin.-nt
will n-.t -idnut tlieirfnU inwrtion.
WM. S. BEERS & CO., Proprietors,
,V;i. 3')4 Uroadirai, JS. Y.
To whom all orders mnst V nddresM-d.
For sTle bv lPM"-:ri-fs and l.'onntiy merrliants in all
parts of the UuiU'd Slat.-s and Canada?, and hy
S. Bucklaxd & Co., nnd
Johx F. Wooster,
February??, 1 8.1(1 4yl Fremont. Ohie.
RALLVILLG, SASDISliV CO., O.
fTTlIK foibrcriliprs rcuncs wet fully itnnonncp totlipciti
X lie"" of Siiti-inskv and ailjniniiiff couutii-s; thai tiwv
Iiavehttpo; up tiieir juu-ninery in u- iw.-i uiuiumian
lirepartil to earn- on the uiaimliitturing of
Wool ami Cotton,
In a mnrmor superior to any in t!if Pt.-itn. Their work
11 nil bo WAilltANTKP. as to imnut.K-ture, ro..rs,anI
th. Tho-intfiiH to k'M'p on h:inl ait RtyU-n nf Rim.lH
ch i;s Cassimrne, FntlClntlm, Sji!int't.-i,Tv)-.-i! Flaimi'U,
niank.'tinr. I.iiwyn, Jcc, ail of wlnoU will Ik?
ESCIIAnGSD for WOOL,
On the mot f.ivnmHe trrms. They will nianut'acture
on U it shares or bv tho yam.
Priuos for Manufacturing per Yard.
Flannels, 4 rinarter?" whlo .17 a
Cussiincrrt anl Full Cloths ...o"Jj
Twilled lilnnketinjrs, ft quarters wi'le yi'i
Flannels 4 quarters wide
Tweed! - -:'
The rbain for the Satinets, Liuseys, audTwceda will be
furnished at the above rates.
Tliey are also prepared to do custom work att
In it rat pr :
To card Wool 4 cts. per ponr-d.
To weave T,ins.r and find chain. 121 ' eta. peryarj.
To full, color nnd ilres! Cloth, 1?. cts. per vard.
To fu'l ri'id dress Cloth. 10 cts. per yard.
To full Clotli, o ct!. per yard.
To weave Patinc-t, find chain, full color and dress. 29 cts.
To weave Satinet, find chain, full nnd dress, 2't els. per
To weave Satinet, fud eluitn and full If) cts. per yard.
To weave Satinet, find chain, 15 rt. per rnrd.
I'. C. DEAN' & SON.
Balh'.llr, M::y 14, J?."5. 16if
1- r,5. The lii rhcst price paid f'r rood. rcnn Tnper
, " I'. V. FlPKLMAX & CO.
Fremont Auirnst 10. I5"-".
i Yds. ME R RIM AC, COCHECO,
aad AUen'5 Prints, jus reoived at
P. B. BEERi S,
February 1, 155". CU4e, Ohio.
CANFIELD & LROTHEKS
Ai WLolcsulo and Retail
"l"tTE deirp to call the attention of the citirens of thif
V Ticinitv to the fact that we are selling Hardware of
everv description at I.KSS FIUCES than the same ran l.-c"
boazht in Cleveland or Sanduky. OurarrnnReuieutftfora
will be cnmi.lete on the openinirol naripition and and ne
are confide nt tluit m ran m:ikc it to the interest of Mi r
dinnts, irhn si-U more or less Hardware, to buy of us and
tret just what thev want.
WelniT Amerirnn Hardware of therarions Mann.annr
fir in the United St.iten, and import our Knplisli and
Gennau tioodtf. therefore, we par, if yon want to
SAVE IO FEU CE.T.,
come and see in andevunino the lnrjrest stock of Hard
ware in the county, comprising a splendid assortment of
Cutlery nnd Calamities,
Saddlery nnd Sandries,
Mechanics and Farmers' Tools,
Kails, Iron, Glass, Sash,
Paints, Oils, Tar Turpentine,
15,000 WORTH OF STOVES,
and any quanti tyof TIXAVARE,
ZJT At the Sijrn of the Padlock, Betts' Block.
CAXFIELD & BROTHER.
Fremont. March 2S. 18o6.
CvMr. J. SCIIERIF, of Saxony, Europe,
AVatt li-makcr and Jeweler,
rOt'l.n inform the citiicns of arulnskr nnd the ad'
joining countii-s that he has pennaueuirj.
Located himself in Fremont.
Tlavinjr had tKCntn-ncrcn yean' experience in theimMncss,
he (hitter hinifcli' tlmt he c:in cive satisfaction to all who
mnvfavortlie Old Shop with their patronage. Hewill
pay particular attention to the
Repairing of Fine "Watches,
snch as Chronometers, Pnplex. Pnuhle Timers." LoTcrs,
Ihpeaters, c. Also Coimnon Watches of all grades pur in
Harins a comoh'te net of all the Tools, Lathes, Enjines.
c. necessary for the manufacture oi Watches, he can
make and replace any part or parts of a Watch
However diljlenlt of construction,
That Jias been lost or broken, so that the most intricate
jobs can be done with despatch. He will also
Galvanize, Fire Gild, or Silver Slate,
Watch Cases. Chains, and other articles in a snperiorman
ner, at reasonable prices, nnd on short notice. So come
one and nil and hriTii in ynnr work, and don't forget iliat
that the place to hace it w:ll donr, is at
LEPPELMAVS OLD STAND,
Front Street, FREMONT.
i- V T! T- Znr!nn Kfnrlr will lie nn
in a coooleor weets. i win men w aoie i.. ft.ier'.v
illnrsand ethers with acnniplete assortment of MP.ions,
Cheap Jewelry, kr- at
Pricci Loner than then can lie had any inhere this tide of
the Cilu oj jscw lorn.
Fremont, 0., Fehrnary 15, 1S56. 3tf
nE that hath ears ct hear, let him hear the flood News
which I proclaim. And he that hathbut little mon
ev let him come to the Grocery Store of
and bny the rery best articles the Fremont market can
boast of at
Fair and Reasonable Prices.
Ilitherto but little if anT attention has been paid by the
dealers of this market, to the purchase of anything but
the most common varieties of
FLsli, Tol-aeeo, Spices, tc te.
Which has not met the wants of the people of Fremont.
At my establishment von will And all the common
Siupirs of a half dozen varieties,
Nntmes. Cinnamon. Indirrn, Poap, Candles. Fish, Molas
ses, kc7, kc, and at the same time, my stock of
Choice Fancy ;rtcrrips.
Is the lsn-est and best selected one that has ever been off
ered hereamong which may he found the handsomest
Bunch and Bloom Raisins,
- Fiffs Dates, Pi-unes, Citrons,
Oranges, Lemons, Currants,
Dried Fruits Pickles, Candies
and erery body in this secti.m of the country knows that
Cla5 Koikes Better Catniies.
Than were ever otT.Ted in this innrket. It Is mnmifnctnr
ed 'froni the ts-st Steam Kelined White Sugar in fact, it
cannot he surp.-ssed.
M"TS of ell kinds.
poP Toilet. Sha inp and Common Bar.
-,.r,..- .1...;.. ,,.t Smokin?. from the best Tin
foil wranned. and Tnrkish Smokinp, to the common plug,
Mv assortment in this line is unsurpassed.
" Glass .lars. Tumblers. . Fh1t.
Fruit Pishes, Iloor Mats, TuU .,
B:isk..ts. lirooins, Fai'S,
i..v. Illai kinff nmsbes, .Vc. kc
err- nf ,t
minninP 1 Iainil Orano. 1 Or .if il. i-.i.n
and frairant l'rincipe. Ueth nd all the lancy urauus
All the articles nameo aoore ami man.Y .....tto
wavs be found at my store. My !,ooas are an
Kcw ami Fresh,
Fruits and Groceries nil of Inst year's growth and manu
facture, and I can M Ai;i:.lM everv mine ...
nialitv. Everv article Kepi in a urocc.j o.t ...
found here at
Wholesale or Retail,
Call and see.
; l5o. .
Fremont, Jnne 5
B XO 3D LSIOE
CORN AND CUB MILL
Maimf-ictured ly HALL k ALLEN, Mans
Ik kl, Ohio" Vt'lioUusale and lu tail. .
cut rrr-p''i'ts th
nnd in the
uiHiitrUn 'oi t:il !
lllitl has tiie liu:t valttmiU' Itilpiovi
iniand fol Mills. ai;d is ailiij'.ti-d 1o
.'iind Crnsliiii-' luni os-'s for fi-cditi!:
allliimls i'1 Sto- U: v.l. it li M tem i" ii iaiiig U now rt
(uired, and iuumiprotltable by expetu-iuv
One real mh autai this Mill As arer all ethers is, thnt
te urint'crs tire u t'ile on vn.rubic rings, tctiifk are
CiZ-1 of httiJ mcial mid if iter, wurtt out rtirt be rc
ultirvd bit ttcx run; in fire mitut et. fur the
tun: of three d .thtrs. then the mill is the
same as Htir, there is olhrr jutrt
liable to urar out. This Mill mus
A.TVAREED THE FIRST TREMIUM AT Tilt
OHIO STATU FAIR,
of tbecresent vear (1",,) in a fur trial with tlie I.ittie
(limit Star. nnd all other Mills brmiirht in wnijwtition,
nnd lined tii pn Terence and ai:mniUOU ol ail a'ljotuing
St:'te F:titsof the present ye-ir.
v,a t'vn.i.i.ir Mill will 2 rind fnim eibt to fifteen bush
els er hour, nrconliiiS to tlie Uejrre iu nncss oi nieai anu
uii-i'litvol" corn, and can It worked with one or two horses.
It is" a well known fact by seifiitific lanuers, and auioni;
stork feeders, that twentv luishets of corn and pobpround
twitl:er, will as far," or further than tiiirty bush
eU "fed unioimd to anv kind or stock. and will f.itten
gtot kin one third less time than when tVd unirmuiid.
Havinbeen appointed A -rents for the sale ofthealnive
Mills we take pleasure in .mnoiiiK'injr t the l'ariners cen
fi-;illv that we are prepared to Jill all order with dispatch.
A Mill that ill make two bushels of corn equal to three,
ou,rht to be on everv firm.
& SKHIiINO & ELLEXW00D, Agents.
Fremont, April 4, ISti. lOyl
R R BEERY, OF CLYDE,
ttaS just received the following Goods:
Ladies' LWe CIotm,
La'liiV Silk (.loves,
Ladies Press Bnttonn,
Lndies' I)ns Trimminrra,
Ladies' Woolen Ilosr,
GentV Pocket M-tnik'fs,
2ic Kmhroidered do.
ianov tW-uds. kc, Jcc,
L- It lliht
all sellin-r verv CUE AT, at
P. D. r.EERY'S.
O., Fel'l-uary 1, 1S56.
, ?.indiis;y County,
i.l SlIOES.-D:Lr l-ilos just re-
i-lling eitrt-iiielr LOW l.y
P. B. BEERY.
Febniary 1, 18-"fl.
(1. .1... Ohio.
TfcATtllXO-TTT. and Shower litiths, made to order,
nnv stvle. t short notiee.
Anu.t K), is.,".. 1 r. Ft"ELMAX k CO.
PI-MI'S. Well ami Cistern Pumps. A superior article
Jlavlie found at oursliop.
August in, 1S0S. P. I". FCS5ELMAX t CO.
X-i TEN i
Things worth kno wing, of practical vse
to everybody. Price only 25 cents.
PuraisiiKD this Day.
Tho publishers here present a ere .iter maw of nwral
and most carefully aelected infoniiAlioii than b ever
been o-lore otlVred in any one iKiult, even of the largest
Size and highest price. liy paying attention to the
giren in this work, any IjwIv can easily become her own !
Cook, Dressmaker, Carver and Physician.;
while anv ireutleman can thoroughly instruct himself in
many of the most
Useful and money-making art.
The whole formiujl a
Complete Library of Voluahle Domestic KnoicUdgt and
SMerted from the eiperienee of aires, and combined with
all the chief modern discoveries and improreiueuta of our
own aud other eoimtrift in thos
rSEFl'L AM) EI.EfJANT ARTS
Which not only contrilmtc tuth Il.ippinesn, the Conxen
ience and Comfort of Civilized and Social Lif, but even
The Preservation and Prolongation of Life Itself.
THO rSAXDS OF VOLUMES HAVE BILES
TTy the compiler?", in order to obtain the rnst amount of
information contained in the papes nf this invalnable
work, and every recipe has leen KitUfart Drily tested.
Tlie publishers rely upon the enormous sales which the
worth of this book most command for it, to recompense
them for the preat outlav attending its production.
Price 25 Cents. " J. 1 SANTMYKR. i olumbns.
ForS:ilebv S. liL't'KLAD & CO.
Fremont, April 17, lS,'.fi. Ini3
Oil Hill machinery for Sale.
THF unbucrihrrlimi tIwfoUowinjr OIL MUX MACHTX'
EHY, wliich he wif-hes to sell. It is aniost XKW,
havinif beeu ran but two yt-nm, in of the Wt and most im
provrd kin'l, and will flisftowd nf at a bargain. The
jifveral nnrtu sre n fnllovs: np hvdrostatic iirfF of 500
ton." Tjower; two l:trc roHtnn heaters; ov.f wd mill: two
mullinfl-stones: one mill lor piindinsr oil cake: jicrewo:
ntimris. shaft inc. ppetiry. eh-vaiorR, truck!:, and sllthtf
par" fnil fixturrn for a comjrh'te tirpt rlnns mannfactorr.
Forfurtherinforniationenqiiiren' tr-e fHirrof thf
Fn-uiont Jonrnal. or C. G. itS'KI FR,
Sfptember28, 1S55. ItolIersTille, O.
OPERATE by their powerful inflnence on the
internal viscera to pnrify the blood and stimn
lnte it into healthy action. They remoTe the
obstructions of the stomach, bowels, liver, and other
organs of the body, and, by restoring their irretrnlar
action to health, "correct, wherever they exist, such
derangements as are the first causes of disease.
An extensive trial of their virtues, by Professors,
Physicians, and Patients, has shown cures of dan
frerous diseases almost beyond belief, were they not
substantiated by persons of such exalted position
and character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth.
Their certificates are published in my American
Almanac, which the Agents below named are
pleased to furnish free to all inquiring.
Annexed we give Directions for their use in the
complaints which they have been found to cure.
For Costiven ess. Take one or two Pills, or
such quantity as to gentl move the bowels. Cos
tiveness is frequently the aggravating cause of
Pilks, and the cure of one complaint is the cure
of both. No person can feel well while under a
costive habit of body. Hence it should be, as it
can be, promptly relieved.
For Dyspepsia, which is sometimes the cause
of Cottiretiess, and always uncomfortable, take mild
doses from one to four to stimulate the stomach
and liver into healthy action. They will do it, and
the heartburn, bodybum, and milium of dyspepsia
will rapidly disappear. When it has gone, don't
foreet what cured you.
For a Fovr, Stomach, or ilorbid Inaction of On
Botcels, which produces general depression of the
spirits and bad health, take from four to eight Pills
at first, and smaller doses afterwards, nntil activity
and strength is restored to the system.
For Nervousness, Sick Headachb, Natsea,
Pain in the Stomach, Back, or Side, take from four
to eight pills on going to bed. If thev do not oper
ate sufficientlv, take more the next day until they
do. These complaints will be swept oiit from the
system. Don't wear these and their kindred dis
orders because your stomach is foul.
For Scrofula,, Ehysipblas, and all Diseases
of the Shin, take the Pills freely and frequently, to
keep the bowels open. The eruptions will gener
ally soon begin to diminish and disappear. Wary
dreadful ulcers and sores have been healed up by
the purging and purifying effect of these Fills, and
some disgusting diseases which seemed to saturate
the whole system have completely yielded to their
rnfiuence, leaving the sufferer in perfect health.
Patients! tout duty to society forbids that you
shoulr" parade yourself around the world covered
with .implex, blotches, ulcers, sores, and all or any
of the unclean diseases of the skin, because your
system wants cleansing.
To Pchift the Blood, they are the best medi
cine ever discovered. They should be taken freely
and frequently, and the impurities which sow the
seeds of incurable diseases will be swept out of the
svsteni like chaff before the wind. By this property
thev do as much good in preventing sickness as by
the' remarkable cures which they are making every
Liver Complaint, Jaundice, and all Bilimts
Affections arise from some derangement either
torpidity, congestion, or obstructions of the Liver.
Torpidity and congestion vitiate the bile aud render
it unfit for digestion. This is disastrous to the
health, and the constitution is frequently under
mined by no other cause. Indigestion is the symp
tom. Obstruction of the duct which empties the
bile into the stomach causes the bile to overflow
into the blood. This produces Jaundice, with a
lone and dangerous train of evils. Ccstiveness, or
alternately costiveness and diarrhoea, prevails.
j.'eTerjfl, symptoms, lanewor, low spirits, weariness,
rpstlps3rftss. and melnncholv. with sometimes m-
abilit- to sleep, and sometimes preat drowsiness ;
sometimes there is severe pain in the side ; the skin
and the white of the eyes become a greenish yellow ;
the stomach acid; tlie bowels sore to the touch;
tlie whole system irritable, with a tendency to fever,
which may turn to bilious fever, bilious colic, bilious
diarrha?a,dvsentery, ike. A medium dose of three
or four Fills" taken at night, followed by two or three
in the morning, and repeated a few days, will remove
the cause of all these troubles. It is wicked to suffer
such pains when you can cure them for 26 cents.
Khki'matismGott, and alt Inflammatory Fe
vert are rapidly cured by the pimfyinp; etfeets of
these Fills upon the blood and the stimulus which
they afford to the vital principle of Life. For these
and all kindred complaints they should be taken in
mild doses, to move the bowels ffently.but freely.
Asa Dinner Fill, this is both agreeable and
useful. o Fill can be made more pleasant to take,
and certainly none has been made more effectual to
the purpose for which a dinner pill is employed.
DR. J. C. AVE It A CO.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
AND SOLD BY
old by P. TU'CKLAND & CO.
Frerp:it, nnd by Prnjr
Nov. 16. lS.'5.--4o 1
Located at the foot of Clnmhoi .lrcnue on Water Street
7TMIE f.icilitif Hr aiiiirin-r a t
horonirli business e!ura-
lion at tins inst i:n: i-:i arc
fimihtr ch:i-a'ttT in the I'nion.
.iiivle and tJiMihte entry b..'k-ki
mui'i;km'1 ly any of a
The full course includes
liuif, as appiit d to husi-
nt -. in everv department ot traae, prnnwiiMnp, n-Hunrr-cialcalcnla'ions.
aid h-cture-i on vvrry suhject of impor
tance couuected with the interest of the couiiuercial world:
For Full Mercantilecours?,
For Partial curse,
For Full course for Lndi1,
For penn- .n'uip no extra chanre-to attendants
npon unlce. x or iiose wuuuesire w
Apnliennts mav enter the institution at any time, there
heir.jr no varatiou or class i-ystem, instruction btmg given
A knowletlce of the ordinary En-rlMi branches are the
prercinisites to enter upon a course, ot studies.
Pupils brnttendinc strictly to their srndic durinrrhours
nf instruction, mav complete the full course in from eirut
to twelve weeka. and a partial course, which inelmh those
iMnahix ..f fieisnnts which are deemed necessary for ordi
nary business operations, fnm four to six weeks. Those
f ikinp eitlier course have the privilege of reviewing at any
suhsettnent period fn-e of extra char-re.
Diplomas awarded to tlmse only who complete the full
Jf" Inquiries by letter will receive prompt attention.
Godfrey & Goldsmith,
rr-Mcssr. J.-hYaTV-.odrrcrnnd 3. TT. fio!dsntr.. of
M,Tri'v have beennm prnprie-.-rs of the Sanduky Com-,erei-a
Collet. The t,n. s of these l'Zl Sir
(;ndt-ev is well k.mnu in tl.i nd-n ono f "r m
,.rier.."tiici:i-,.s.and lias the n-anMte evu a! an., exr
ienee to qunlifv M.a for tho Trud. nt y
ment of the Pn:.nri,l aud hasine- dertnn m,.s of 1 1. col-le-e.
n- teacher h been fHy ef, .h, d in 4 incmnatj,
he was connected with .r,ndys rmorrnl honl.
r. . i. i .nc to educate in the branches n-wialiy
n dit in sneii institniions. uet-u .iuv "."-
3n"::inV-.7 Sandusky Register.
I M Ml TON Flannels. Twccls snd rtenirns. .inst rereiv
C(Ji,T P. is. UEEF.Y-, Clyde, Ohio.
u There is no vse knocking" they can't beat
the Uld Itegitlator.
"ITfE are jtit niwninj th. FIRT ARRfVAl., r ei-
V pre, of SPRING and SUMMER GOOiJSofliie litMt
tyles. nbirh we an prepared to Mil at
UNPARALLELED LOW PRICES!
Bat thin is only the betrinnine of etod tbinp, a we shall
He iveeivinir Gooflx from (Lty to day until our Msmniotb
Lrtt&blL&inueot im tilled to overrointr.
C. B & E. B. Kim .
Head Quartern, April 27, 1&50.
Roberts & Sheldon! .
STOTES, TIN, IIAIID-WAEE,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL!
I nnERTS SHELDO.V, have added a atock of HAP.D
j W AjiK, to their large stock of
Stoves and Agricultural Tools,
And dlmll he receiving addition! from time to tima, allot
Sold Very Cheap'.
at the old stand of PEASE ft ROBERTS.
STRAW CX'TTEKS. The Terr hp.t. for sale hr
RlBEUrS t SHELDON'.
I)OTASH KETTLES, Coolers, r..T-p.ils, and Dinpeiaai
. wavs on hand at the Store and Hardware Store if
KOBKISTS k SHELD0X.
PCMPS. Pnwn'sandCo'a Rerolrln Spout, Well, Cia
tera and forcing pumps, for fttc hv
RoiiEKTS k SHELDON'.
AD I'lfE, aU tiles, for i
1U.BERTS ft SIIELD0X.
Pnr.ARSsuppHe.1 with plain, jsnsnned
Tin Ware and Yankee Notions st the
"ale prices, by
ROHF.UT3 ft SHE1.D0.V.
r OIIKRTS ft SHEI.DOX, Agents for the stile of Eair
ahank s Patent Platform and Counter Scales.
TABLE tlTTLERY cheap, at
ROBERTS ft SHEf.DOX.
TTrRAPPI.VO, Cap. Letter, and Commercial Xote PA-
? ERi, at wholesale and retail, hr
Roberts ft siieldox.
BSASSand Enamelled KETTLES fnrsalelow hr
ROBERTS ft S1IELD0X.
S AWS. Mill. Cross-cnt, Hand and Wood Saws for sal.
low at the Stoie and Hardware Store of
ROBERTS ft SIIELDOX.
C!lrP.NS.Ptent Thermometer and Cvlinder Churn,
for sale low at the Agricultural Sto-e of
P.OEERT3 ft SIIELDOX.
C'JV BELLS, the best in town at
RuBERTS ft SIIELDOX.
GRLVD ST0XES and llangim-s for sale rhesn hr
ROBEi-.TS 4 SHE LP. OX.
COPPER and SHEET IRON' Jobbing done by the-best
workmen in the country at
ROBERTS 4 SITELDOX'S.
STOVES, STOVES. We would l.are it distinctlr under
stood, that we are sollinir 1IETTER Stoves, for LESS
MONEY tlutn anv other honst' in this eomitrv
ROBERTS & SIIELDOX.
Fremont, Sep. 21, ISod. 35tf
AWAY WITH MELAATIIOLY.
Success to American Trade, .
ARTS AND PRODUCTS FOREVER I
rpHEyo.irlS54 will ln mrmorihle in all enming tim.
j Jl A comm nation ol eTt-nts.frnrh a! the wor?l has st-idoin
; v lines!-!, has trnrspin d during itt hrWr n-ac-. W mr,
; Pestilence and r amine, Weevil and Knt,wntttkifimyT9
iit (listiniruirihii): ft-atuxf . . AU the hve b-n
piTvalt-nt during this wnndprful year, but with alt tliij
I there is hojw in the future. Alter a lomr, tetiion. Litter
; wi liter, unexamt led in ereri(y nnduration; a Si.mtncr
i that fi.rriMy reiniiid) us of tiie wet smHtti in Nnh time,
; yet we have reason to rejoice that the am hil ious eroj g
; of Ohio are pood, and that famine in now rut of the tjues
; tion. The croakinfrs ot f:ile jirofiJietv which we heard
j durinir tlie unmnier, all p for nought: th cTwif" i past
anil the coutri wife, lathe hmiruaire of Avon's ioett
",nw is the winter of our dincunu-nt made glorious Sum
j Better Times are in ViVw.
Lalrorand eennomrarw irent reponrces, and ther har
been thoron-rhly practiced duriitfr tlie lust year hy all elas
( ses of coninioiiity. But we mut not enlarge, linving
tjie ,m:w isisickstokc
I In James Mnoreg Block, filled to OTerflowing with all
And havint; tjiken unusual rmins in their celeetion, and
purchased them of houses in the city of Jv'ew York, tliat
Sell at Gravel Bottom Prices !
them wiili eir
peciI refrrrnee in
tht WA.VTSof tiiiscom
m unity, I ran aiford to jtell
Tawn,-t irom 6d to 2h ct. Ginjr
h.tins from 10c to 'lOc; Berate Vt-Inin-
from Is to 4s; Karege from 2 tn
, Rs; Prirsts from 4e to li-.e: Silkn fn-m 4 to -12s:
Poi-linftfrom lP-d to 3s; Summer Stufis from
10c to 2s; Linens froru 2s to 4s; Lace Veil. from 2 to 3.
PARIITUI5L1 FOR LADIES!
Silk, Crane, IVlaine and Broeha Shawl; also, a large
lot new styles of Mantillas; 1 frond Cloths from
to i5.00; fasr-imerf! from 4s to f i.tJi: Satiueta
from 2s fid to Ss; lih-arhed Sh'-etings
from t)d to Is: iJlores and Slot-kin
from 6l to fig per pair.
But spare will not admit
of enumeration: my
prices cannot be
Or any OtVr Town in the State of Ohio.
ILvcinj? snent several years in stndyinir the tastes and
wants of this community, I Me reached tiie point whers
I feel that 1 have no competition. It ia UDDf ct'5rary to
say more, ily stock is
OPES FOK lASPECTIOM
And the whole community are invited to call and examine
it, that they mav be convinced of the fact.
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE I
At t.. hi-rlit nc".rfc.t price, taken in exchange for Goods.
gjT Ilon't forcet to rail at
James Moore's Xew Briclc Block.
Fremont, Xoremlxjr 16, 1S35. A. Gl'SDORF.
3 now reeeivinjr a qnantity ti! that ;
Cincinnati itar Flonr,
M:i.le from southern white whest. which whs liarrested be
fore tr.er.ins riHifiientir tiie heat ws not sproutta.
aid the rlfur warranted of the best quality, at
Mitchells CLorR tic iced &torb.
Fremont,, Nov. 30, 1S05.
HATE you any more of that Fifty Cent
tlllKEN" TKA? is a question that is repeated ererr
f,.r the money eTer s)M in this town, as the preat rush for
hoiinn tlie av or nnii.ireu ..i ir.. .iT i. u. .
it isa eonrineintr proof. His biaca lea u aeucioua. b
to Mitchell' Family (troeerr for roar lea.
Fremont, N'orember 30, 1S55,
THERE is great demand for that
Two Shilling Tobacco,
t Mitchull's. His enstomers mate known the fart that
it is the best arti. le for the money that can he had. ti.
keeps two men and a boy constantly dealing out the article.
Fremont, November oO, 1S56.
MITCHELL lias just received beauti
ful article ol Xew Orleans Sugar;
Sis) bundles Wrapping rsper.
A fresh lot of Mackerel. Herring Fish, Sc.,
5.01K) gallons of ft"''""'
Fremont, November 30, li)o.
B VKER'S Cocoa, Broma and Chocolate,
'just received at MTCHELIS.
Fremout, November 30, 1855.
TITCIIELL is now receiving
1IX stock oi l.eatner anu noutnui.,
Mitchell's Leather Stork,
JIST LISTEN NOW!
f F vou want choice Groceries, at a fair price.
SL co to
Fremont, November 30, 1S55.
KASS and enameled KETTLES for
s-ileLOWhy Roskrts Ik Snitl.pOT.
I OTO VES. A larrje assortment of Albnnv
- prices aif cant tie beat, for sale kr
P. P. FCSSELMAJT k CO.