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FREMONT WEEKLY FREEMAN.
- For President, WIN FIELD SCOTT, ' ' ! ' Of New Jersty. 5 For Vice President, J ABIES J O NES, Of Tennessee. : 0..1.: ..4 Jlunn of the Whiff National OUUjl'Ck fcu fc"v " . - . ; Convention. SUotctiaeintnta, For the Holidays. SBVCKL4ND Sc CO.,kml"l following Annate, &e-. far tb Holiday: Souvenir Gallery, Gems of Beauty, - Rosary of Illustrations, Floral Year, . f" The Magnolia, ' The Amaranth, V The Lady's Gift, Friendship's Offering, . Shakspear Gems, Keepsake of Friendship, - Christmas Roses, The Children's Year, Temperance Offering, . ;Faiiy Ring, .', . Languags ot r lowers . Young Man's Gift. Young Lady's Gift. Young Man's Offering, Young Lady's Offering, i ', Good Child's Library, ... j Messenger Birds. ..... i- Aa' a large, assortment of Albums, Pojt Foiioa, Fanvv Bibles nod Prayer Book", Paper Weights, Card Cases, Alabaster Bonn, & &c. '" Tbe Children have not been forgotten, either, bat wi have fine stock of nice booki for them, d miny 'ether .articles, bought expressly for God Children. - N. B. - Valentinea in their season, and any quantity and deacription. - . CALL AND SEE. - Ko. 3, Buckland's Block. Dec. 20, 1851. Sale of Real Estate toy Order of Court- Notice of sale of lend at Administrators sale. ' Court of Common Pleas Sandusky County O. ; Daniel Baker Administrator of Benjamin Shively deceased ) vs. . The Heirs. i BY virtue of an erdei made by the eourt of Com mou Plena of Sendoeky county and State of Ohie in the above entitled eaa will be sold to the highest bidder, on the paemises in aaid ennntr on the 24ih day af January A D 1852 at one o'clock :P M the following described l!el Estate to wit: iootrr east qoarter of north west quarter section , Towuahip 4,-Range '3. , UAN'L BAKER, Adnr.-r. Dec. CO, 185'. - - BKKIXSON IIAYJIES, ? Attorneys at Iiaw, All business entrusted to their care will he promptly attended to. Office lh seme heretofore occupied by Hon. L. B. Otis, in Euckland's Biock. E. F. PtcKinsos. . Gto. R. Hayses. Fremont Dec 13, JS51. urrsj MUFFS J A good assortment t the RAIL-ROAD STORE. Fremont, Nov. 29, '51. , FISH tin '1SII. While, Maehcrel aud Cod, for sale the . . RAIL-ROAD STORE. Fremont, Nov. 29, '51, ale of Veal Estate by Order of - Court. Petition to sell Lands. Conrt Common Pleaa Sandusky Connty, O. William Nyce and ) Samuel Crowell Exu'lrs. J , of Jacob Nyce dec. j ' vs. J ' Margaret Nyce. ,T" Y virtoe of an order made by the conrt of Com- SJ mnn Pleas of Sandusky county and State of Ohio in the above entitled case will be sold to tbe highest bidder at the -door el the Court Honee in aid county in Fremont on the 3.1 day of January, A D tSoist one a'cloek P. M. the following described Real Estate situate in the town of Fre mont to wit: In In number eisty-fiva (65) in the Town Flat of Sandusky being the house and lot adjoining the residence of John L Oreen uq., on the corner of Main and Croghan Streets appraised a4 Terms of sale One third cash, one third in one year, and one third in two ears, se cured by mortgage the pje mi.ee. ii-1 1 r i . urerrT. n l uuin 1 v.. x. ck SAM'L CROWELL, Elxecutora of Jacob Nyce. Dee 6.1851. Bibles! Bibles! 0.FAiniEY BUI EES from 1 50to$S O and any quantity of small Bibles of every de scription from 50 cents to 03 00. Also, a large variety af Prayer Books and Sabbath school books SOT sale at 0. jv.xunA w v. Oct. 25, 5l. Tooth Bntheav. A splendid assortment at . WOOSTERc, CLARK &KRIDLER, Merchant Tailors, "TTTOULD again announce ts the citizens of V V Fremont and vicinity, that they have just re ceived a tareg and edle:idid assortment of XMew -Goods, eomnrisine Gloths, Cassimerea, Vestines, Satinets, -Tweeda, Shirts, Suspenders, Cravats, and a eery large assontment oi READY HADE CliOTHIBTG, which we warrant to be well made. As we have taken great pain ru selecting our clothing, we have ne hesitancy in obligating ourselves tosesr II rips tree of charge. VY e have also a large as ortment of summer roods: principally forchiidrens ware, which we will sell cheap; also all kinds of '1 nmmings. We are now fully prepared to furnish material, and make up work to order, on the shortest natice sod most reasonable terms, and warranted to give etiefaetioB. We also intend to keep eonstantly on band, ready made clothing for men and boys OF 0ER OWN fllAXCFACTlTRIXG, whieh we will sell verv low for cash. ' The Poblie are invited to call and examine nnr atock before purchasing elaewkere, we think that we can soil them in most any aiiicle in onr line: and on aa reasonable terma as any other es tablishment in this town, for we are determined not . to be undersold. Don't mistske the place, shop one door north of A, F. at F. Vaacercook'a store, where we will bi : found at ail reasonable hours. Giro us a call gentlemen, and we will do what ia right by you. We would say here for the benefit of our country friends who wish Cutting done, that we are pre ams to furnish them with Trimminrs aa reasona ble as they ean be had any where else. All Cutting done here, warranted toif. ifpmpMy mrdr up. Also Agents for Williams' Reporta ol Fashions. . Fremont, May 31, 1851. BAIL ROAD NOTICE. THE Annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Toledo. Norwalk, and Cleveland Rail Road Company, for the election of Directors, will be held at their Office in Norwalk, ou Wednesday, xne jir aay oi January, f - The noils will be opened at 10 o'clock, A. M and closed at 1 o'clock, P. M. W. F. KITTREDGE, Secretary. Norwalk. Nov. ?5th, 1851. ' Sec 7th of an aet regulating Rail Road Cum. Iianiea, passed February 11th, 1848, reads as fol owe, to wit: t "After the first election of Directors, no Demon shall vote en any share on which any installment Sale ot Real Estate by order of V Cottrl. Court of Common Pieaa Sandusky county, O. Petition to sell Landa. Abram Hamilton Administrator of Benjamin Clemens dec vs. James Clemens t others. BY virtue of an order of the canrt of Common Please of Sandusky county and State of Ohio, made in the abosa entitled ease will be sold to the highest bidder at. the door of the Court Houso of said connty in the town of Fremont on the 27lh Amrr nf nrmlir A H IRfil nl one o'clock P. M. the following described Real Estate situate in York 1 owiiship to wit. I he SOUtn west quarter ei iiij north east quarter of aectioa number five in town hip four north of range seventeen containing 40 acres.suhject to the dower estate of the widow nf aaid Benjamin Clemens dec. appreised at $144 45. Terms of sale one third caah in hand, one third in one year, and one third in eighteen moutna secured by mortgage an the premises. ABRAM HAMILTON. Adm'r of Benjamin Clemens, dec- Nov. 39, 1851. For the Ladies! It is hardly necessary to inform the La dies of our stock of PERFUMERY AND FANCY GOODS! as they know where they are, and what they are, but we wonld just hint to them that we have en larged our stock in this line very much this Fall, and we are sure they will be pleased to try our PachtJy, Ambre. Verrine, Jenny Lind, Jorkev Club. Mavnolio. Vanillin, Cream of Lillies, Oe Morrow. Julea Hnuela Eau Lnstrell, &.C., for they are certainly very Dice. Then there is the Fancy Goods on the other side: Ladie's Ebony Boxes and Writing Desks, Port Folio Paper Weights. Alabaster Jewel Boxes and Ink Stands, Pearl, Shell, leery and Velvet Curd Caaes. and the finest Papeir Jfachue Pertc Mania von ever did see, and a thonsand other ar tides too numerous to mentiou, which were bought expressly for them. Just come and aee them whe ther rou waut to buy or not. We are never tired showing uice goods, and we want the good folks of r remoutand viciuity to ne poeieo up in ineae mat tern. S. BUcKLAND&Co. Fremont, Odtober 25th, 1851. ESTATE OF WILLIAM RAYMOND. TVTOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber IN has been duly appointed and qnalified as Ad' ministralrix on the estate of William Raymod.dec, late of Green Creek township, Sanduskv countv. LOCINA RAYMOND. Green Creek. Dec 6th, '51. MEDEICNS DEPOT. DR UOS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, D TE-STUFFS, Ac. Clteap for Casli or approved Credit. First door Sotith of O. L. Nims. J. F. W00STER, HAS ON HAND, and ia constantly receiving di rect fiom New Turk, the largest aud beat as sortment ol Drags, Medicines, fliyeicians' Olass- ware, &c . ever offered in this market,, w hich will be sold 20 uer cant lower than was ever offered in this place. His etock consists in part of the follow ing: 50 on. Sulpli Quinine, 25 drs Fuipli Morjiliine, 90 Gum Arabac do 11 Hols Sulphuric Ether L'5 oz Sijlicilie, -oz Chiu'odine. 12 ozSirychniue, 25 oz lodiue, H10 Go in CHinr hor, , 10 do Ace?ic do I 50 do Aqua Ammonia UTT ! 511 Spts IN.Ire Dulcis, ; 10 lbs Eng Calomel, 10 oz I illuming. 25 Gum Gpium, Turkey; 5 gale Cod Liver Oil pure 20 oz I'iperine. Bote Kuahiou 0 oz Kreosote, 10 Liuiir Causi.c, crys talized. 1(1 Pure 10 Common M Iba Gum Myrhh Clarka do 20 Ga'a Castor Oil, 10 Sweet do 80 Lump do summer &. winter strained, TO PA INTERS. 1000 Iba Day Lead pure 5"0 do do poi 03 Gronnd in oil 50 French Green in Chrome Greene, Black. 20 Chrome Yellow, 2 bbla rpts Tsjpentine. 20 gale Cope! Varnish for Carriages, 25 Turpentine do 10 Japan do for dyes Paint Brushes, 20 Aroericum Vermillion 2 Chimera do 10 Prussian B ue, 5 Drop Black, varnish do ol every Bbl Eddvs refin'd lamp-' description. To Milliners. White O ne a v.-rvsuperior article, American, Isinglass Brimsto&e. Liqnor. 40 gals Brandy dark pure Bbl Port Wine Bbl Sweet do Bbl Sour do 11 so rale pure Bhl Rnm Bhl Giu Bbl Alcohol 92 per cent it is generally admitted that Wooster keepa the best Liquors in Towu. Those wanting Liquors for Medicinal purposes would do well to call Fremont, Aug. 9, 1850. Livery Stable. IRA SMITH, t IVES notice to the citizeua of Fremont, and the VJI public generally, that he still conlinnes tocar ry en the above business in all ita branches and forms. . He has made additions to his stock of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Ar ; and is now prepared to accommodate all who may lavor him witn a can. Horses ana carriages For Parties or Funeral can be had at any moment. Covered and open buggies for men of business or pleasure, on the shortest notice. Riding Horses of the liest bottom, alwaya on hand. The strictest attention paid, ao that all who call shall be accommodated without delay. Teams for ; . . - Carrying Passengers or Movers into any part of the country, always on hand. Those wishing any thing in the above line, will do well to give him a trial, as he feels confident they will be satisfied, both aa to teams and prices, th former warranted to carry panengers to their deati nation in the shortest possible time, and the latter to be as reasonable aa possible. 15y strict attention to business, he hopes to merit a liberal share of public patronage. Stables Nearly opposite Norton's Foundry rremont, iiov. xa, toau. Toledo, Norwalk Ac Cleveland Rail niwu vvmpany. AT a meeting of the Directora of the Toledo, Xi-iNorwalk fe Cleveland Rail Road Company neid at tneir omce oi norwalk Dec, vi, 1U5U, 1 was resolved, that the snms subscribed to the can ital slock of this Company to be expended on the Western section ol the Koad, King between r re mont and Toledo, be paid into the Treaaury of this Company at this office, in enstalments of ten per cent, every sixty days irom tnis dale; and that no tice be publiahed ot aaid cat) in aonie paper at r re. mont or Toledo, or both, for the period of thirty oars, prior to tne aaie oi paymenieor tnesnme. Notice is therefore herebv given that an instal mentof ten per cent, on the Capital Stock of the I oledo, INorwelH c Cleveland Kail Koad Com panv, anhscribed to be expended on the Weatern Sectiou of aaid Road, is required to be paid to the Treasurer ou or befoie the lOth day of Febiuary iwi, ana a Tunnrr instalment ol ten per cent every sixty davs thereafter nnlii the full amonnl paid. W. F. K1TTR1DGE, Sec'v. Office of T. N. & C. R. R. Com'y. Norwalk Dec, 16, 1850. Holiday Presents! WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED a large variety of Children's Tea Bella mid China blassorall kinds. An elegant variety of MOTTO CUPS AND SAUCERS ! a fine article for gifts, having suitable names and mottoes ou. r- , r . e e ,! . oomr Jjamps; lawps oj ail Kinas. vniyia Tea sette, a very large assortment, and at very low prices. Uilt Vases. Bachelor setts, and alldescrip. tions of Crockery in setts to suit, and at pricea that will pleaae. We have also Lar baskets, Colognes, Bottles, and many other articles never brought in this section of the country, at the .Crockery Store en Water street, Bandueav city. WEED BROTHERS. Sandusky city, Dec. 6th, '51. Boxes Sterlnc Cnndles just receiv AiUedatlhe RAIL KOAD STORE. Fremont, Not. 29, :5I. HCt'KEVE .BOOT Al SHOE , AND : Readymade Clothing Store. THE SUBSCRIBERS would respectfully announce to Ihecitizens of Sandusky and ad joining connties, that they have just received the Largest t& best selected stock of Roots db Shoes thnt have ever been ofTored in this market. Having purchased our Boola and Shoea directly of the manufacturers at their lowest cash prices, we are prepared to aell the same at a saving to our cus tomers of 25 per cent from the old prices even in this market, so noted for selling goods at coat. . Our stock consists in part of 497 pairs Gent's Calf, Kipp, andStnga Boots, 231 Boy's do Youlli'sdo Ladie's do do do do do do do 81 do do do Bootees, Shoeteea, Gaitors, Kid Welt Buskins, do R R do 237 195 127 350 187 211 Misses Bootees, Gaitors & Buskins, and of children's shoes too many of all kinds to enumerate. We have also a verv fine article of French Calf skins. Linings, Bindings, Pegs, die, &c, to sell at very tow bargains to the trade. It. 1- Boots and Shoos by the case at a very liberal dcduclieu from retail prices. Amongst our READ Y-MA DE CL O THING t we have blue, brown, drab, and gray beaver Over coats; black, dress, frock and sack, brown frock and sack.fheeps graf. caasitnere. tweeds aud jeana Coats! cassimere. satinett. corduroy, aheepa gray, and velvet pants; black and fancy aatin, cassimere, silk, worstsd, and satinett Vests, Wrappers, Draw ers Linuen Bosoms, and Hickory shirts; collars, suspenders, comforters, caps, Over-alls; carpet Bags, Umbrellas, with articles of other kiuds too numerous to mention. It may be necesaary for other establishments to ose Gass, but if yon want a good article, a first rate article, a warranted article, call at the Buckeye, Boot, Shoe, and Ready made CLOTHING STORE I and yon will be sure to find the article desired. HALL & UABiU.I. Fremont Nov. 22, 1851. Groceries at Wholesale. 1851. No. 2, 1852. PHEMX BLOCK, Water Street, Sandusky city, Ohio. O PORTER & CO-, Wholesalc Grocers, O would announce to dealers generally, that they are now receiving at ihe o:d stand ot o. rorter, a much larger, fresher, and cHBAPxnstock of Ixrocer- ies expressly for this market, than ever was before offered in Northern Ohio. They invite dealers generally to call and exam ine their atoch and prices, and have the fact de monstrated before purchasing elsewhere, or going farther and fareing worse. Their 'l eas, I I tCCS, and sugars, have been selected with the greatest care, and are the beat to be found in the eastern market. They em brace every variety, from the cheapest to the best qualities, sue will be aold in quantitiea to suit pur chasers. Tobaeeoes and Cie-ars of every grade, ahade and price, fif'ee, Kaisuis, igs, r reserves, r runes, Spises, Currants, Citron, Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Filberts, fecejus, Marieria Ixuls, dec, in abund ance. Cheese, cioap, tJM, candles, tonlecuonary, Matches, Big salt, Pepper sauce, syrup, starch. Bed cords, Clothes lines, shot Lead, Decanters, Tumbibr?, gall, half gall. Squat and spocie Jars, Flasks una other Glass Ware. Melasses, Turpen tine, I ar, Kosin, wc, d&c. Particular attention is directed to their unusually large slock of excellent WINES d- LIQUORS! which will be sold by the pipe, barrel, keg, gallon or bottle, at the very lowest rates at which the same quulity of Liquors can be obtained east or south. MERCHANTS AKD UKOL'JSKS who wish to purchase, can here find every thing in this line for the complete outfit of their establish ments at lew rates. Call and see. Remeuib jr the place, 03 No 2, Phenix Block, Water street. S. PORTER & CO. , Sandusky ci(y, Nor. 15, 1851. SCHOOL BOOKS. ipiIE SUBSCRIBERS havejust received JL the following" STANDARD SCHOOL BOOKS! to which tbey would call the attention of School Teachers aud Parents: McGuffe's Ecloclic series of Readers, numbers 1st, 3d, 3d, '4th and 5th. Munderill's series do., 1st, 2d, 3d, and 4th. Willard's W. S., large aud abridged Rational Speaker. The Student's Speaker. Ray's, Greenleaf 'a, Adams', Smith's, Dodd's Enos' & Stoddard's Arithmetic. Days, Davis', Ray's & Towor's Algebra. Pineo'a, Clark's, Rirkham's, Bullion's Smith's, and Brown's Grammar. Parker's, Comstock'a, and Mrs. Phelps' Philos ophy. Comstock's, and Mrs. Lincoln's Botany. Comstock's Mineralogy, and Physiology, and Natural History. GreenleaPs Exercise in Composition. Webster's unabridged, revised, University, and School Dictionary. Andrew's and Stoddard's Latin Readers, Gram mars, aud Exercises. Views ofthe Microscopic World. Elements of Meteorology. Burnett's Astronomy. German Spellers, and Primmers. German and English Grammars, and Dictionary McGuffey's, Boutlj's Pictorial, aud Elementary Spellers. Also a iarge assortment of Miscellaneous, (led ical. Musical, and Law Books. Call aud examine for Yourselves. S. "BUCKLAND &. Co. No. 3, Buckland's New Block. Oct. 25, 1851. Clocks, Watches, Jewelry. REMOVAL. rS. fTIHE SUBSCRIBER has removed his -t- Stock of Jewelry to the ahop recently prepared for that purpose, two doors North of his' former place ot business, and naving just returned from New York city with a large and complete as sortment of Clocks, Watches, Gold-Pens, Jewelry, &.C., is prepared to accommodate the public with any article in his line, at reduced prices. His Watches, gold and silver, of all patterns, are unexcelled in richness and utility; his Clocks con sists of varioos kinds and qualities, and are warran ted. An excellent assortment of Gold Pens, Gold and Silver pencils, of the most approved manufac ture. A splendid assortment of gold and silver fin ger-rings, ear-riugs, lockets and breast-pins, all of the latest patterns. Also, a general assortment of Musical Instruments, and a large quantity of tovs for little folks. Watches. Clocks. &C-, repaired on the shortest notice. E. LEPPELMAN. Fremont, June 20, 1851 lyr. NOTICE TO TEACHERS. f I lHE Board of Education of Fremont, desire to JL employ a 1 eacher or Experience, and good qualifications, to take charge of the High School in said town, about the first of January next. liberal pay will be given, and a corresponding performance of doty required. For further information, apply by letter or other wise to the uudersigned. HOMER EVERETT, Sec'y. Fremont, Nov. 22, 1851. PAPER AND PAPER HAIVUIAOS ! 50 REAMS Blue and White Fools Cap Paper, an excellent quality. 100 Reamsblue and white letter paper. 40 Reama Flat Cap paper. 20 Reams assorted note paper. A large lot of wrapping paper. 300 roils wall paper of 40 different styles. A very fine lot of Window paper, Window shades, Fire board Prints, and plain and velvet border, for ale very low at BUCKLANDS' October 25, '51. Stuart's Refined Sugar House Syr up, just the thing for Buokwheal cakes, at the RAIL-ROAD STORE. Fremopt, Not. 20. '51. Hard-ware Store! TRIUMPHANT! THE BOYS ELECTED. THE QUESTION SETTLED, at last, that at a regular Hardware Eatabliehment is the place to boy Goods iu that line, as the rush to TBE HARDWARE STORE! for the last mouth fully proves. The "Boys" take this opportunity to return their sincere thanks for Ihe increased patronage with which they have been favored, and to show that they are not entirely un grateful for past favors, they have brought ou .the EARCtEST ASSORTMENT! of Hardware and Iron to he found in Northern Ohio, which they now offer at unparalelled low nrieea. We invite the attention of all Northern Ohio to the fact that we are now selliue Iron and Nails lower than anr other eetnhlishntent in the atate. We will knock that Screw loose i-y offering IRON, all round lor heavy Wagons, at 2 40 per 100 lbs. We are determined not to be undersold!! but CAN AND WILL UNDERSELL!!! that ia onr motto. Best Parker Naila at I 50 per 100 pounds! aud a complete assortment of Hardware at pricea to compare with the aboTe, purchased direct from Manufacturers, coupisthip of Houe and Cabinet trimmings, CitrriHge and 1 1 urn ess Irimminffs, Car penter's tools. Blacksmith's tools. Cooper's, Far mer's, Mtftoii's and Tanner's tools. Leather and Findings, Sash, Glass, Putty, Tumps, Lead pipe, &c, &c. CHAIN PUMPS! Manufaclored toorder, with an improvement in Ihe way of Patent Cast Iron Curbs. Cutllery, Steel, Guns and Gun Trimmings, and a general assortment of House Keeping articles. Stoves and Tin-Ware! A large and complete assortment of stoves at low. er prices thsn ever before offered in this market, consisting of Farmers', Premium. Niagara, West ern, Mechanics, and Forest Queen, Cook stoves. Box stoves all sizes, Cottage, Irving, Jenny Lind, Open-Front, Shears Fancy aud self-Regulator, Parlor stove. Give ns a call. Stove-pipe, Eave-lrovghs, Conductors, And all kinds of Tin-ware constantly on hand, and manufactured to order. Qepairing done at the shortest notice and in the best manner. Work warranted at the Fremont Hardware store Tyler Block, opposite the Hank sign of the Alammoth Pad Lock. CAN FIELD & MITCHELL. Fremont Nov. 1, 1851. PROSPECTUS OP THK AME3BH(DAN VHIG REVIEW. IN the original Prospectus of the American Re view, issued at Washington by Mr, Colton, its former proprietor and Editor, a number of the lead ing Whig Members of the Twenty-seventh Con gress (1845-6) subscribed their names to the fol lowing resolution: '"basnestly approving the plan or a iNalional or gan, long needed and oi pianiiest importance, tne undersigned agree to contribute for its pages, from time to time, such communications as may be nec essary lo set forth and defend the doctrines held by the United Whig Party of the Union. Signed by Geo. P. Marsh, Daniel D. Barnard, J. McPhrs"u Berrien, J. R. Ingereoll, . Jov Morris, T. L Clingman, Daniel Webster, R- C. Wintbrop, Thomas Butler. King, Hamilton Fish, J. P. Ken nedy, J. Col lamer, Win. S. Archer, Rufus Choate and Alexander U. Stephens." An engraved portrait of some Msttnsuished per son will b found in every number of the Review. These will usually be portraits of living American Statesmen, and whenever that poiwible, will be accompanied with an authentic Memoir of the per son represented. The first objects of the Review are of coarse po litical; it is designed lo eel forth and defend the principle, the measures aud the men ofthe United Whig fARTT ol the Union, it has neen a matter of just reproach to that Party, thnt though it em braces it due proportion of the intelligence and learning of the country, it has had no Monthly or Quarterly urgan aevotea to tne expression ana de fence of its opinions and measures. The conduc tors have doue what in them lies to remove this re proach, by securing contributions from sources of of abilitr and truth. The literary part of the Review will agree in spirit with the political. Terms. $5 a rear, in advance. D. W. HOLLY. Publisher, 120 Nassau st., N. T 1NSUREAKCE B T THE PROTECTION INSUREANCE CO. OF II A It T F O It 1 CO.S. INC ORP OR A TED 1825. Capital Stock, Annual Premiums and Western Fund. $1,000,000. The atr-ncHST and householders of Tanduskr County are respectfully referred to the Superior ad vantages ottered tur fire aud iiarihe insureance by C. EDGERTON, Esq. The duly authorized Agent of this Compnny By the Establishment, 26 years sinceofaCen tral Office at Cincinnati, for the prompt settlement of Western and South Western losses, a careful se lections of risks, the most unremitting attention to their dispersion, and prudence and economy in all its transactions, the Oficers of this Company have had the satisfaction of seeing its usefulness aud proa perily constantly upon the increase during a long period of years. Many other Companies kaee in Vie meantime failed to dtschase their lust liabilities hav ing been weakened and finally rendered bankrupt, by a reckless course ol business Insurance Companies of this stamp and charac ter are continually springing up iu various parts of the countrs. Jt is not our purpose (by acceplitig premiums tiadequatc to cover the average annual loss) to coindete with such irresponsible office, whose object would seem to be collect a considerable sum from the operations of one or two seasons, divide the proceeds, and pay their losses, or not, ns expe diency may dictate. On the contrary , the Protec tion Insurance Cohpant, of Hartford will main tain its busines upon a permanent and reyjoniible ba sis, and thereby secure a continuance ofthe patron age which has hitherto been so liberally extended. W. B. ROBB1NS, General Jlgcnt, Protection Insurance Co, 1 The undersigned, local Agaent, is supplied with blank policies and renewal receipts, which will be issued, covering approved risks upon reasonable C. EDGERTON, Agt Pro. In Co. for Fremont and Sandusky County. Nov. 1. 1851. Sale of Real Estate by Order of Court. Court common pleas, Suutlucky co., state of Ohio Petition to sell Lauds. Abram Hamilton, Guardian ? of the Heirs of David White vs. Christopher Merty & others J BY virtoe of an order of she court of Common Pleas of Sandusky county aud State of Ohio made in the above entitled case will be sold to tiie highest bidder on the 27th day of December, A. D. If 51 at one o'clock P. M. at Ihe door of the Court House of said county, in Fremont, the following described Real Estatu situate in Townsetid town ship towit: The north east quarter of fiactional sectionthirty-six in township five north of range seventeen containing 73 and 1 one hundredths acres. Also the east half of the south west quar ter of fractional section thirty-six township five north of range seventeen containing 80 acres Said 73 and 50 one hundredths acrea subject tn dower estate of Eliza Murty aepraisedot $lidl 67 Said 6(1 acres appraised $1600. Terms of sale One third cash in hand, one third in one Year and one third in two yeais srcnr- ed by mortgage on the premises. ABKAUMAMlLiU.y Uuardian. Ncv. 129, 1851. "7"OUNG Hyson Tea ofjnperior qualityat X . " Haymks'. PatenrMedicines! " S. BUCKLAND & CO., A RE THE SOEE AOEXTS for 8. A dusky county, for the following standard Med. icines: . -v Oxygenated Bitters, Judkin's Ointment,- . Balsam of Horehouue, Bonpland's Fever and Ague Cure, Mouree's Tonie for sgue Osgood's Chologngoge, Hungarian Balsam, Mct.ane's Vermifuee, Fayonsloek's Vermifuge Seller's Vermifuge, Jayne's Vermifuge, Mofful's Bitters, Mustang Linainent. Nerve and Bone, do. Gargling Oil, Liverwort aud Tar, Townsend's sarsaparil'a Shaker sarsapanlla, Bull's sarsanarilla, Gnvsott's sarsaparilla & Yellow Dock, Sarsaparilla, Wild Cher fain Killer. ry ana Uandelion, Brant medicines, Jayne's mediciaes, Sloan's medicines, Fitche's msdicines, Graffeubnrg Co.s. do. Empire Co' do. Wild Cherry Bilsjm. Cherry Pectoral. Christie's Magnetic Cor ativea, 'Magnetic Plaster. I Pain Estraeter, Curs for Pain, Pain Kxterminuler, Pe'rolenm, N.-rvine Balsam, l.ithnntriptie niiatoje... P-llit Kje aalve, Dpeitic B Iters, Ovsppiic Cordi.il. Thompson's Eye Water, Look s r.ve aler. Dean's Chemical Plaster Canker Balsam, Ginseng Panacea. Magnetic Ointment, Mc Alister's Ointment, Gregery'a. Jyiies, Sellar's, smile's, Pliinev's Halsev's.'MofTil's. Braiidreth's. Wendell's, Mc- Lane's. MeCullonli's. Rushes', and every other kind nf Pills that are good fr anv thing, end all other standard medicines of the day , at .Vtf. 3, Bncktanx UricU lllocl., Sijrn of the Dig Murtar. Fremont, Sandusky co. Nov. 1, 1651. Drugs, Medicines, Paints, OILS, VARMSIir.S, Ac, &ci - S BUCKLAND & CO. haveju-t receiv- ede very large lot of Uruee. Paints, Oils, Dye Stuff., (ijaas. Glass-ware, Perfniuerv, iSjc. wh.ch they woulii edriieetly solicit those wishing anything in the line to call anil examine heftire purchasing; elsewhere, as we think it will be vary much to their advantage to do so, for we pledge ourselves to sell AS GOOD ARTICLES! as can be bought in the EnMe.u markets at as low a price as our neighbors ask for a poor article. Having been for ten years iu the Drvo Busiakss in this place, we think we know something of the wants ol its inhabitants, and while wd would rdarn our thanks fur the very liberal patronage we hive received, we promise lo snare no nains fr the fu ture in giving oor customers the full value of their money in (loon Cronus. Wo do not think it necessary to en time rat our articles, nor the quantity we have, (or have not,) of each article. Buffiee it lo say we have a COMPLETE ASSORTHElT- and enough of each to supply all demands, and am pie arrangements to bur more. We would ask I'hvsiciaics io can ann exxnune our Urugs and rnces before going to i imu city. Sanduskv citv. or elsewhere, as we do know that we can sell a chep aa any of them, and we are bound to do it any how. TO PAINTERS AND ALL WHO WANT PAINTS ! We would say that if our Paiuts are not first-rte and all we recommend them, we wiM pay all dam ages. We do not ak you to take our word for it; ask any Painter in Fremont and they know, for thevhave used them if rfucfciands' is not me nt place to buy any kind of faints, or Turk Li.tsicicD Oil or Varnishes. Don't foijFet the plce, No. S, Buckland's) Brick Block, S. BUCKLAND & Co. Fremont, October 25th, 1851. J. S. OLMSTED, Having principally disposed of his Old stock Has been to N, York City, .And purchased a large and splendid stock of FALL & WINTER goods, which he is determined to sell a littleltncer than nan be had at any other store in t remout their Muttering, bragging, bigjlagt, &c,, to the con trary notwithstanding. Having purchased a larger stock, greater varie ty, and a better quality of goods than he has ever done before, he hopes to merit a continuauce of public favor. The Ladles Generally, will do well to examine his stock, as he has some of the most beautiful Dress Goods yet seen in Fre mont, from bonnet to a pair of shoes iwtuMtv.at prices which 'competition," has not yet dared to come D'-iws to. In his assortment will be found B BLACK, Brown. Blue and Mixed cloth, black, mixed and fancy cassimerea, blue, black, and mixed satinetts, Kentucky jeans aud tweeds cloth, red, white and Yellow flannels, red and blue plaid vivaniug, ifiiiB, inuKee, uancoee, gungname, ai paccas, aud lawn cloths, shawla and dress hand kerchiefs, and the most fashionable fancv dress goods for the ladies that the ISew York marketcau attorn, uieaunea and brown Shirtings, Canton Flannels, Ribbons, Black Silk for Dresses, Sewing Silk, Checks, Vestings, Twist & thread, Comforters, Cohoe's Shirts and Drawerc, Traveling Bags, Muffs, Carpeting, Waddings, Battings, Cotton Yarn, Carpet Warp, Carpeting, and almost every description of ury uooda tliat are Keptin ttie Western Couutrv. Groceries, Tea, coffee, sugar, pepper, spice, ginireri n at megs, cloven, cinnamon, starch, aaltBratue, madder, indigo, alum, &c. Hard-ware Croart, mill, hand aud wnod-aawe: crosf-ent. mill, and hand-saiv files; weed's iron, flat and round bars; cut and wro't naila; band &. hoop iront east, epriue, & American eleel; Ames vhovetn, ha) and uianur fork J nail rods; While's Simmons' and Collins cast steel hips; besides an extensive assortment of SHELF HARD-WARE, such as, Pocket-knives, table knives and forks, butts and screws; doct hauglngsandlriinniirigs, c., Ac Boots and Shoes, a very great variety and warranted waterproof. HATS & CAPS, A GOOD ASSORTMENT. Sole and Upper Leather, d-c.; all ofthe above articles will be sold cheap for Cash, or ex changed for Wheat, Corn, Oats, Rye, Timothy, Cloveror Fax-seeds, Hides. Sheep pelts, Butter, Lard, kks, Tallow and Wax Fremont, Oct. 24th, 1351. PER It V UA VISES PAINKILLER A Jt rcsn and Genuine Article, just i received and for sale at the Grocery and Pro vision store of TILLOTSON& TYLER. Fremont, November 1, '51. ILS. Oinseed, Lamp, and Tanuer'a oil, for V-F sale at the RAIL-ROAD STORE. Fremont, Nov. 29, '51. ACABT LOAD of Satinetts, Jeans, and Cotton Goods, for summer wear, can be found at the Ready Pay store of May 14, 1851. J. T. MOSS. At GOOD ARTICLE of Clack Tea can be ad by calling at my store, Mav-24. Ir?5l. J. T. JIOSS. NOTICE. A1 Bowlns, lafe of Sandusky township Saiidunky couutv, deceased, are requested to make immedi ate paymnat; and all those having claims against said estate, nre desired to present them legally au thenticated tor payment within oneyaar. JACOB rtOWLUS, DAVID BOWLUd. Msv 10, 1S51. CLEAR fill: TRACK FOR THE Ball vi lie Store! rORTY TH0ES WD DOLLARS Worth of New Goods J. T. MOSS IS IN TOWS AGAIX with an immense stock of Fall &, Winter Goods! which he is biunrl lo sell cheaper than Ihe cheap- ast. Thia he ia enahled to do bj having made his rurchaaes during the late panic in the IN ear 1 on market, caused by tne nre-miug oowu oi a nmi i hanks, and while Goods were in coiiaequenee sell mg much cheaper than ever before. He can and will undersell those who bouyht when the rairs of worthless bauks were considered (nnrl, and were taken in eschi's;e for ponds at an inimeiiee irufit lo New York merchants. The people of NORTH WESTZtSN OHIO have heeu in the hb t of trading at Fremont be- cans- brltrr biirenin could be i.liiaiued kt than eluewhere. ClieaD as thel have hereto fore purcharvd, they have no ail opportunity ofj receiving . . . . - Still more Gtxids for tlnir money at lh e-lehrated Rallvil'r store, than evir before heard nf. His stock enniprut'S a A Lnrgfr and in ire Extensive varielv than eeer hefore brought int" S'idu county, lie wonld rail particular atieutiun to lnr large assortment of .Uferior FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN Broadelotlis. Cassimeree. Satinett, Fulled cloths. Tweeds, J-ns. &c. Also to the endless quantity f LADIES' PRESS GOODS! bought expressly for the tidies or bautiui'kr and adjoining counties, and embracing all the latest styles. French and English Merinos, Cushmree. Alpaccos, Poplins, Guiglianis, DeLainesut 1212 cents a yard, and Calicoes, w,.rrauted faetcuiurs, from 5 to 10 cents a yard. - Also, 50 XJart Loads Queens-vrare, Groceries, Hard-ware. Boa's and Shoes, H ats & Cape, Ready-Made Clothine, &c. Also, 50 Chets tif that Four Shilling Ten. Also, 20 hhds superior Nuw Orleans Sttjjar lit 6 1 4 cents per pound. - . Also, One hundred bags best Rio Coffee at 10 cents per pound. Also, 30 Boxes jrood Tobacco at 2 shillings. per puuiid. Also, one ship Oaro of Spice, Pepper, Gin ger, Sttleratus, ituttnegg, (stores, etc., Ooc, ' in the s-ime proportion. Small Piofils nntt Beady Pay isthe mntlo at the B-tilvitle Sture, which the people of Snnduikv ennnty a ill please bear in mind, for this immense stock must be sold before next spring. All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for goods. The highest market price paid in Cash fur Wheat, t.oru and IJts. For further particulars, enquire of J. T. MOSS, OrE. K. GASTON, At the UllvilU Store. Fremont. Oct. 25ih, 1(25 1 DYSPEPSIA, ,TJTCHING, VEGETABLE DYSPEPSIA BITTERS. THE MOST POPULAR FA3IILY MEDICI.XE OF TUB A Q X ! Used by Pliysiciaas of Uk Standing, These BI TTEKS remove all morhid secret'toiia. purify the blood, give great lone aud vigor lo the diiftrvtive arjruns. fortify the system aEraiimt all fa- ture disease, can be taken with ftafeir. at no lime 'ebilitrttinir the patient hinp grateful to the most delicate sloir.orh, and remarkable for their cheer- iuvifforatinjf, strengtheuinp, and restorative properties, and au inrsluable and sure remedy for Dispcpsia iu its Worst Forms. Also, Liver Complaints Jaundice, IIrtbiirn, Vostit-ene, r amtlieps, Disorder ol the tain. I-.lv-er. and Skin, I, on of hppetitr. Low "Spirits Nerv ous Heedich. Giddiness, patpitalion of th Hrarl, Sinking and Po'lnras of Wcieht at tle Somnch and all other diase.4 cnuftpd by an hnpOre state of the hloud, live, eel., which teud lo debilitate and weaken theastem FEMALES Who suiter frem n morbid nd unnatural eoudition wit! flu J thitt Medicine of iXlCSlaLABEtK VALrE In nil cases of cknkral, dkbilitt, this Medicine CTI LIKK A (HVH,K! T HOfSANDS Htive tvtd its etticncv, mid thousands more are now under treatment! ant? not oim snlilarv ease of failure htta yet Keen reported. Vo'ume could be tilled with certifficttfee of those who have been per- mmteiitir cured. rati on the Agent and get a ramphlet Containing the fVrtifics'ea of Remarkable Cares. and the hiph eministiait in which this medrine is held by the Public Press cau be had ofthe Agents tree. jTPnrcB 30 Cksts per Bottlk - Principal Oftlce. 122 FTi.0fc St., N. Y.,up staira For Sale br a RUKLAND & Co. Fremont Sept. 19,1831. 8M3ooIm in 9unduky Co. fTHE Bord of School Examiners for this Co. f will begin their sessions fr the exttni lint ton of 1 eachers, on fcaiurdHV 5tpt. SO, in the basement nf the old MrthoiliRf Church. The sessions .will heeni at I oVIook f M and will cnntiuue on suc cessive Saturdays during uiue weks. " - F. S. WHITE. Clerk of the Bunrd. Fremont Aug 31, 155 . School iVptice. THK openinp of the public pch.iole iu Fremont, is postponed till Mondnv 9lh just. iu th iiipnii time the Board of Education will be pleased t reeiv proposals lo tench from com peteut male Teachers. By order of the Board U EVERETT, Sec'v. Sept. SO, 1(551. Transpnretivd Window Shades A LARGE nnd beautiful assortment, iut recei A ved from New York, of all nizes, colours and desiirit, van in? in prices from 62 cents to $ i 50. Curd, 1 assets, Urapses, etc. xc., bv A'. McNElL PandiiKky city. May 17, IfSl. 50 Barrels Whisky, DIFFERENT brands, just received and will be old cheap lor cash. Don't tie deeoved into the one Mule coiicerns abont town, the reputed proprie. tors of wliirh run nut 01 credit at Sandusky (Jiry. aud by dint of hard coaling pot certificates which enabled them to get a Wheelbarrow load of goods elsewhere. Uon't bav 3iimlu.kv water from them. when vou can eel good whiskv for the aame mouev FOI Sille. a lot ol emptv whishv barre's, call at Bell's old stand. ' JUHiN SlIHi.iK. For M. A. fnRKHK, Bread without Yeast. T) AUDITS Efforesiiig Compound for Bread, Te" I J cakes, Occ. at WOOSTEU'S. plOLIARS, Olovrs, Hose, Neck and Pocke W ilandkerrrtiefs.at Uavsks. TlST received a snpplv of Slonit's cl-brated: O Uorse Medicines at J. F. VTOOiTER'S. I jt Air" I 0 SiSf - . . . . ' SLOAN'S. Horss & Cattle Medt Ne MedVtne tn nse ha ftfompIinbM , yrdixary C&rtvanr) giveo Uivrd kstbfatiuAl t iretv ad sjtAur of tteae, or that ha m tMtw rmpUm aaie Sto? Ulidmert and Omitun Pan Th Ointment fc pwitrtr it-erci'iimi all f t tod Unitnenu for tne ciife ot Vmh Wonno. QaV, Kinds, Stmlns Brnl-a, racked HsH. Riugl-one . palls. Poll EvU. Callou, SjtaTtnf, t$vemc3r. t1' frnU Ptrain-, Laiueaow, a.td Onchs FottDts&u ftcrafJw or Grease, MnQre aJ Hore Difiem, TAc ConthtHm Potcdrr viiltt remove ail itiftHOutja: tVver, porif ihe bluod, kMisen tlw tk-n, eieantt$ti aiul itirenffthen every part of ilie boly;' attd iMi-' sovereign remedy lor ilie fbnowtng dioeftsti's: Founder. t)itietner. Hte Bound, 1jc of ArH ward Ptrainr. Ys-ltowr Water. InlUmmaii of i Fatfue frotu hard exerewe ; alao RlMsuttiauMB. ttPh e.illed iflTroailiiint.) wttich previa 6 faial to len: attle bnreain thu eourttry. Ii ateo.rr)ti. m4 reniedy fur (Roughs aud Cold. Vh tfenrrate- w tulal diaeaaea. " ' '. 1'beMe reineillea aartr ivrarc, and abaojtf CW tS fectvona are followed.. '- "-- For farther particular and a muHMiidt otGtnf.f remgrkabU Curtt, get Pamphlet of g-rrs, . .. , W. B. SLOi Graat. Depot, 4u LmU St . Chi. GREAT REMEDY. kW ' 1- Celebrated Family Dinted U Mdm Thtmrngk d lac greatest Eztr' tfy ever mtteA. H armpmed tf f ttlHe- i.ftxi ptmemet pottxr tpiaUcd fa tke amU qf JkluUc atr af Injtmtmatcirif tmem. r; It t aDiveraliy acknoirletljiHj tobeaft"infWHfW hi every ease whew H lias been faithfully app . human system, tor promoting Inwenribe Prtinncm la invaluable In a1 diTen of the fionh. Otwunasr Old rores. Chill W aims Bore Throat, liurns, Cuu'v Eruptfona, Sore Nipples, store Breast, Ui-ease of , A sue to the Face, Kneumatic Paina, CooiracV Pain In tbe 81 le, Back and other pnrta of thcavw Head, Bruiaeia, Fresh Wound. Piles, and evi t sore eontaiuint; the least particle of loilani&iaw lcrmaneiitly cured by this great retuedy.. , Pi HEALIKQ VTRTUE3. It is a faff , authenticated here, as well afiir State, and indeed the whole western mtes, toai Mediciitea have attained a wiJe spread eeJetirity.1 pntation, so which J hey are jtwtly en tided bf tbei, 9rrta,'y and powers. We are not among tltose i prone to endorse every patent humbug that mi and in this instance have delayed our eadorarfut ' we hnve heea able to make assurance doubly trt r, by testing them personally ourselves, but trcpn.v luony of a numerous portion of tlit eorninuir! . uouud us. Illinois Globe, AprU 13, IBM. - ,v r. (C7AII MeJicines and Books arfreHVeTtf B. Sloan, are sold at ret -I. at th prop? oricee.by S. OfCKLASiU A-U FrJrr Hnnn 'on tV McCirtner. KepoVie. V John Givorianti A. W , Vhipp B-tif-S A. B. VAX DO REN. -,. ml Ae SprinKi.eld, CUrk ." . I Look out for the Cars, trlen tiit Reliii jou. p. iiiYscs & sai -Are now receiving mi a'af Rail Road Sfo o. I, Buckland'n lltorftCfl fall & uim i:a OUR stock of Condi te-,'s- no H wing artd j snch K9 is freqneittl mtt-cixi mi thei : coiisistine of mere snend ni f ry, sifjing it is rot is vvh likx.. iia we ray ot far in loud kHmII hi l'rs fruffvt frt. Alit't of itraight-fjrtrard trrnm.n serue m tirfc5T . the day of IIuMBt aj and Pa T.tK, in rvfr I he tvPe ol ai nnav i4 jMli,tj be already made the iliaroverv tout-thpr. CHEArER 4l BETTER CC it J. P. HaTfs Sors1 lhan st any Me in North era Ohio, as the cionil a huh rus Railroad Store, prove. , r.. v v' So far es regards onr 9rB heretfl'oei.'Vif sanguine eirpectritiniia 'lire been mere tft J iced, and we woulj do injustice to 'vut'T we 'ailed to return our lhaiiks nnd mod ffrtif kuowledgementa for ihe very liberal patrtift has been been bestowed upon ne. and to to receive that patronage, we have largely P ed onr - STOCK OF MEBCHAXDK for the Kail and Winter Campaign,' rOt was purchased durinjj the laie e'rinceiic Money Market in New York, snd at "tin goods were lower than they bve been ii ten yer and they w ill be sold at correspol low rate. i We have spared no pain to our Fill ndj Purchases to mttke our stock ari More Attractive than Ere? It consists in part of 300 piecrs of Menjjn Cochrco Prints; 100 pieces -J rsw Goods, to 8s: 100 Day State aud Scotch LBjlL from $2to(-; , ;x Shoes. Drrw Triinminjs, Ribbntia,- fnd V tfifs other articles for the Ladies. . CiflTaf them whether oo buv or not.. v TO I G E.NTI. EMENA We have Co.ls, Paiits. and Veste, from j'j In Ihe theavft fabric. Over C-!s from Lhirta aud Drawers, Boolsaud shuefHalai Also a large assortment of Cloihi-, Caerrnel linets, Tweeds 'i0 per eent elieaer ihan, So come on Gentlemen, anil on sh-ttl your liking, aud no mistake both as Jo.a quality. - I rwemm 3aEr-a.;3a:j--.-e: Our six Penny Quads 'am the Bat in-Ffe. and the Railroad store lias, tskeu the Vmr the best 16 Ihssngnr for $.lt 16 yards Brown Mhslirj 16 vards fast colored Prldls lor right pliilLH lbs gcod Rio Coffee for $1.. 5 lbs Cottoii t 7 inklings; Tarker. MiU Sails at f li fcOL wool fiannel foa3s.a' yardi's'ule leather aL L per leather at Taillieri." Prices; Molaesej at shillings! Satinets at four shillings, f od u the Preaideut. Also the Urgf-st assorl nifj C'ROCKUIt V, V, I everopetediu Fremont,- 1 To enumerate our . stork-. is useless. Wl only say that in our assortment can be folfliH thing appertaining to the trade. ' i Come one Come .'I.'-s-anrf be eonrmeetffr atntebilL '-' t uCTCash paid for Wheat, Corn, and OjiV ICTAIl kinds of Produce lake in iH.!; Goods - J. P. II Al . M.S. (3c Railroad store, ) Fremont, Oct 1151 1 I'or gala or HcBt.- "VTOTICE ' herebv given that the' l wishes to sell hisfriii, lying in baU'rWl ahip. abont (Viiir miles from l. -rS f The farm contains 120 acres- seith Sff' under cultivation With good orchard- Water, &e.", which lie nihs to rtl.fr immediately it will he reused to a geod'-teft Alao lorty seres nf guod'witd land lynigrit eouiityi siit uileti.fram Kenton and oflelr the Railroad and near a school hnus-ariifff -Mill. . . JOHX SVLim 8ep:t.j7-or; :g Frcsttont shool A'otJee!. PROPOSALS for teachiug Ihe ec, schools iii Fremont, will he received et i ditor's cfTice until the )5ih of Sepremj4 The roroeals must in nil cases he aecyi with the legal certificate of ihe lietrd of F..' of said I'owu, and the rice uf teacliiiitrTee The Common S'ilio-.ds in aa'a1 loiv wi; for the reception r-f tniU en .Minder ihe; September next. By orifer of- ihe BoerdC'l II. EVERETT Aug 31. IPS'. ' .vt -snt SPF.RM aud L.n.p Oil sale at ! A firaJ sale' alnt 8. liiril lw4M I 'll t ri-'HK I. A lIKi will rind X soni" ossi.rluic.il of 5t. ulna r lire .1 lttn-.tl irinuiiiiigs. th-m. Mav 24. IR5I. C-il sooa il' v .rl rav,j NAILS Freii turid at Tio V3"i rs ii i s i lii lion Ci .i,r.,t a .ai"...!! V .