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n r II- ti: ! I in' tit 1 ft 11 1; if " FREMQXT, WEEKLY FREEMAN'. , For President, W1NFIKLD SCOTT, i t .....v For Vice President, JAItlES JONES, ' ; " Of Tennessee. Sabject to the decision of the Wbig National ; ...Convention. . ... " . information AVantcd. BENJAMIN AUTUEACH, a German, but peaks English. left the house of (he subscriber 1 la Jsckson township, Sandusky county Ohio, about the Gral of April tut, fer Detroit, since which time t so tiding have been heard, of him. Detroit, and Michigan paper generally, will esnfer a for opoa the subscriber bv eenving the bowe. . ; . D. COLEMAN. i lBfmus Toryism' f Lctffwlsm. Leek on ims ricmrt, abb men ....V - i V - - 1 We elip the following gem from the 'Ohio ' - Statesman," of Feb. 8th. 1852. Read it "Posrnos of John Woods. On Saturday tast, a letter was handed to Gov. Kossuth from Hon. Jobn Woods, warmly urging the Gover .'" nor to visit Hamilton, by way of Springfield, J Dayton, etc, and expressing the hope that he jmay obtain poaseasiun of the public arms." "Such patriot sm on the part of the Ex-Au--ditor, ought to redeem, no small share of. the ' ia famous toryism of the party with wiiich he las heretofore acted." ' . "Heretofore acted" When did Woods join i the Locofoeo party ? To show the people where 1 the 'infamous toryism" lies, we eepy the fol lowing paragraph front the Washington J ..Koi, aolong the national organ of Loeofoco ' ism, aed still eotiducted by Blair rfc Rives, of ' that eityi" What has this vile libeler, this ar v rant demagogue of the Statesman, to say f ihist Let him read the following: It is very well for those who have much mon y t spare, or ve a little, to contribute to the Hungarian fund, as Us ultimate destination . f ill be' we tope, to do good in some shape or ther--to releive the wants of the suffering feiiles, if nothing else. ,. 3ul of those wha-be-r lieva that, they are doing any .. thing effectual to promote the re-establishment of Hungarian J, tndependenee deceive themselves, we are sor H it to say. , To secure Hungary from the grasp of the Emperor and Cxar, would require aprce of fire hundred thousand men, and. a fund of -r hundred millions of dollars at least: and .' where all this "material aid" is to come from, we are not financiers enough to see" ... 4 1 . O.S. Journal. .Ths Forkst Cas. Most of enr exchanges, ,Afrom" all parts ofthe country, have something to say respecting the Forrest trial and the find- ing of the jury,.. As was to have been expec ted, there is great diversfty of opinion on the .'subject ,, We should say, however,, that the entimenf contained in the following passage. - . . f ' ' . .!.J it-'D .1 Tl . tJ 'Saicen irom an article in vie xjjsioh j. o, uuiu ''ba concurred in by a majority of the press: ( ' Mrs. Forrest has her ease and her alimony, ( and more of the public favor than many think ,ahe deserves. .That Mr. Forrest's hospitality 4? as grossly abused abused to his shame, i was clearly proved, however innocent Mrt F fmy be of legal rime. , His house was con ,erted into a place; of midnight revelry by , those with whom he bad no acquaintance and ,jBO sympathy; even by those he had forijiden 4o enter its doors, and m he, whp.e they viola ted that propriety, which an ordinary regard "for common decrum would.strivetoha.ve man ifested in one's domictl, the domkil, the lord "and owner of the mansion is made the subject -of contumelious remark; "Well, there are two ' .-aides to almost every case, and .people will ' find it out by and by. . . . , ' --; IxTiaviKTios'. Mr.Clarkof BUode IslitnJ 3a his speech to the Senate, oa the intervention aquestton quotes the following resolutions of an -assembly of wags at Carlyle in Illinois. ; Resolved, That we are in favor of the free- ' itlom of the peoplo ef downtrodden Hungary, of downtrodden Ireland o downtrodden Uermany of downtrodden Poland, and also the freedom 'cf the "rest eX Btankind." .. : Jleeoh'td, lussis doss not respect the ia--alienable richu of -the Mayrar, England those of the Irish, and Franca those of 'the rest of vnanlund',' we are for intervention.if politic, and af not politica'then we are for non-intervention: that if the overgrown powers of Europe don't ' respect freedom, we will make them do il if we -can, and" if w can't we wont, , -' J We take the blowing good one from the Btfldeford Herald: ; v The Rev. Mr. E, who lived not a thousand anea from Portland, was preparing his " dis oarse for the neat Sabbath. Stopping occa sionally to review What he had written, and to '.erase that wbich lie was disposed ioimprove he '.was acosted by his little sen, who had number ed but three summers- ; "Fatbevdoos God tell yoa what to preach ?' 'Certainly . ray child.' ,. ... ; .. . -r- . Tben what Miaket you scratch it out?" The Sovereign of Europe.' . - ; Eighteen of the- forty-six sovereigns of the 'Continent of Europe have no descendants who caB sosoeed them. . eleven will be succeeded ' by their brothers: two the King of Denmark and the Duke of Modeaa by (heir uncles, and - coe the elector of Hesse by his cousin. Foar- the Pope ef Rome, the Dukes of Bruns wick and anhalt-Berabng, and the Landgrave of Hesse-Homburg, have no descendants or -eollstterals who can succeed them. Twenty six have sons who are heirs presumptive. ' gZW The Sandusky. Register asks; Why is Col Medary, in his quarrel with the House of Representatives, like the new Constitution? Df course you give it up. ; Because he is "in the hands of his friende. . ' - ;'!A Rbst CostaT. A eorresponeet of the Boston traveller states it as a fact, that Bicla's Comet was rent in twain in November, 18-15 There is no doubt of the fact The two pieces were seen in Europe and America, , One was larger and brighter than the other, and side ' by side tht-y retired into the distant regions of space, in the same path the unbroken comet would have pursued. ,. , - " A Mizbb. -The Oswego Journal of Thurs day says: . An old man, named Kellogg, living beyond the United States Hotel on the West side, died last week. He h.is been supposed to be poor following gathering swill and such like things for a living. When told by the physician that be eoold not live, he reluctnntly disclosed to bis wife, thai be'hnd buried a lame sum of money in his garden. " It ie reported that $700 were fond there, and that he bad quite a for tune is some Canadian Banks. -He leaves a wife but po children. : 1 " . Ufe Insuraace. We direct the attention of our renders to the advertisement of The Washington Life Insurance Company, of Cincinnati, O, in an other column of th Freeman. California risks taken on the most favorable terms by this company. SES Kitchen girls are now termed young ladies of the other parlor. People who grind knives, scissors, and razors, "gentlemen el tne revolutions." Folks who dig clams, are term ed 'profound investigators.' " CliUjectistmtntB, O. Ml'GG, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Solicitor sis Chancery, General Collector & Insurance Agency. Office Ouer Shrenk's Grocery. Fremont, O. Jn. 24. 185 J. NOTICE. THE Stockholders of tne Fremont Flank Road r-nmn.Mv -' k,hv mnflR! In n,t t the Franklin House, in Fremont, on the 10th day of . . I . . . 1 . . I. D 1 April next, at one u ciwr i . . uiou iuu .1101 o to elect five director Tor sid company. JAMES JUSTICE, Pres't. Fremont P. R. Companv Fremont. Feb. 28, 1852. WASHIXGTOX LIFE IXSrRE AXCE C03I PAXY OF CIXCIXXATI, OUIO. Capital, 6500,000. Chartered by the State of Ohio, Charter . Perpetual. " ? JOIST STOCK AND MUTUAL. ALL the advantages which ran be secured by Life Insurauce in any eQioe in this country mav be had in this company. California risks tken on the most favorable terms.. AH liabilities paid iu money after proof of death. ; E. M. GREGORY, Pres't. S.F. CART, Sec'y. - ; G. VV. GLtCK. " - Agent for Fremont, Feb, 28, 1652. Weigh and Consider. DR. PALL'S BALSAM is no Paregoric preparation, but a Medicine WHICH MAKES CURES at home, where the parties can bt found. The Great Congli and Consumptive . - . . Itemed f. f-V READER! have yon . - a Lonen wnicn you are Sr "W"ei neolectinir, under the jicea tlial it is only a-com- 1 4M ?y '' Xi j.non cold, and tbat rt will S'-iKSsoon wear itself out? Let a friend tell yon, in all kindness, what will soon, be the prolwblo result. -- In a short time, if you coutinue to neglect your self, you vill begin to feel a sense ef tightness aud oppression ucross the chest, accompanied with fre quent sharp darting pains. Then a dry hacking conch will set in, and when you raise anything it will be a thick and yealowish, or white frothy mat ter, strenked, perhaps, with blood. If you still take no medic ne, these unpleasant symptoms aill in erre.e, and yoa will soon ease a hectic fever, cold rbills, . night aw sals, copious expectoration, and then great prostration. II yon still neglect your self, a few weeks or months will see you consigned tithe grave, leaving your friends ta mourn how rtpidly enumption did its work, and hurried yon away. Friend, have you ao cause to be alarmed 1 In tlitt above sketch, yon may see. as m a glnss, hew every case of Consumption, progresses, with more or less repiditv, to a fatal termination. Of all the thousands and millions whom this great Destroyer has gathered to the tomb, every single case began with a cold. If this hdd beea attended to, all might have been well: but being neglected. under the ftal delusion that it would 'wear itself u&V it transferred km deadly astion to the substance nt the long, exciting there the formation of tuber cles. -'Another, and anottlel oold added fuel to the dame, until these tubercles began to soften and eupontrate, leaving by their ulceration, great cavi ties us the lungs. At this ensts, the disease is very difficult to cure, and oftentimes seta at defiance ail huinau means. . . In the latter or worst stage, this medicine will oftentimes arrest the disease, or cueck is progress and will always make the paUent more eomfurtuti'e and prolong his life, and it is therefore worthy of a trial? but in its incipient or former perils. Con sumption is aa enrsbte as anv other diseas-, and LR. HALL'S BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS, if taken i.t this time, will cure it IETAS SURELY AS IT IS TAKEN 'xj This is strong language, but we can refer you lonumberless living witness es to prove that ft is true! . And therefore, we.ear nest!; rxbhrt every man, womau aud child, who has a cough, or is subject to coldt, to keep the medicine 'by you in the house, and whenever yoo take cold, do not 'let it alone- to work mischief in your system, bat eradicate it thoroughly, and at once, hy this powerfully healing- compound, -and leave your lungs uninjured, to carry you iafull vigor to a good old age ! n . q q - q- CTRead testimony of R. Milvord, Esq., one of 111. ULUi. . IUA.I3IK. 1,1 111 HUM City! Cincinnati, Dec. I, IS51. : Messrs. O. R. Baker &. Co Dear Sirs: Those afflicted ith disease of the Lungs, will fine Dr H all's Bulsam for the longs a most ViLOtBxx Medicine. I have been frequently attacked with Diskases or the Lvxcs for the last five years,1 and Dr. tlall'n Balsam das always Broke up the Dis kasts at okce, I feel that the public should know the -merits of such a remedv.' RICHARD MULFORD, ' Residence on Plum, three doors above sixth st. ';. t. More Cincinnati Cures '; ' Cincinnali, July 1st, 1851 . Messrs O D Baker &. Co Dear Sirs: 1 have always had obieetions to have mv name in anv wav attached to a patent medicine. But when I think (as I new have every reason to believe) it has sav-. ed my life, I am induced by a sense of duty to those afilicted as I have been, to make my case known, and recommend your Balaal as n medicine that can be fully relied on. Aboat a jear since, I was at trcked with Lung Fever, which left my lungs much diseased; my couch was distressing, attended with pain in my left side. I had seen Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry puffed up in the capers, and I con cluded to try it. I used bonis after bottle, which in teste and in its operation resembled Parefforic. southing temporarily. M v disease had by this lime Become nrmly sealed; 1 had cold night sweats, hec tic Fevere, swelling of the Limbs, dec. showine Confirmed Cohschptish ! The remedies 1 obtain ed from my Physician aIo failed giving me perma nent relief or benefit. My Lungs now Ulcerated ond I raised Labor Quantities or Matter from them. The Doctor told mv friende that I must die! , My brother then got a bottle af Dr. Hall's Balsam for the Lungs and I commenced taking it. At first it sickened me, but after takiue more, 1 fonud it went to the . spot- the Vkkt &cat or Mr Disease. I beff an to raise with more ease, and coold feel, daily, that my Lungs were Healing un til by the use of four bottle, 1 was restored to bet. ter health than 1 had enjored for years. 1 believe if I had used Dr. Hall's Balsam when I was first attacked it would have saved ma a vast deal of suf fering. All I can say to others, is, try it, and 1 think you will be benefitted if your diseafe is on your lungs. . Tours respectfnlh-. J. C. WILLARD, Three doors above Fifth street on Vine'. The public have been imposed upon by remedies recomrnendrk by certificates which have slwars originated from some nnifnowu source. We be. lievetha: a Medicine possessing real merits will ef fect cures wherever it is used, at home as well as aV.rond. This is no Paregoric preparaiion, but one which if used in season will save the lives of thou- nde; and persons nmr make this hnririiin with Agents from whom thev nurchnse. that in everv case where it is used freely arcofdinp' to rlirectinnx. andentire eutisfaction is not given in 24 or 4-i hours thev Can return the medicine, and their Money will be cheerfully refunded For sale hr. STEPH. BTJCKLAND & CO. Fremont Feb. 23, IPS'J t ILKS. sntins. alpaccas, lawns, ginghnme, &e. ) allqnalitiesandprices at Hatkes. AMP and Tanner's Oil at Hatkes'. )EPSIN, A new article for Dvspepsia st WOOSTER'S. 'kite i THE BEST REMEDY EVER KNOWN To man for Coughs, Asthma, Colds, Croup, Brnnchitis, Infltisnxa, Bleeding of the Lnngs, Difficulty of breathing. Liver Affections, Pain or weakness of the Breast or Side, First stages of Consumption, &c. In short, this Balsam is pecu'a'ilry adapted to ev ery disease of the lungs and liver, which is pro duced in our ever-varying climate, WILD CHERRY has long been known to possess important medicinal properties. This fact ia familiar to every matron in our land, and physicians often prescribe it in different forms for a variety of compliiitlls. Tar, also, has been equally noted for its virtues: and sotnt physicians, whose names are familiar to the whole countrv, have gone so far as to declare that even CON SUMPTION could be cured by that alone. In other hands, again, it was nearly valueless, owing, no doubt, to their ignorance in preparing and ad ministering it a difficulty now entirely obviated by patient experiment and long experience. 'I he extraordinary medical powers of these two substancss are now. for the first time, combined and embodied in DR. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY. By a niee chemical pro cess, everything deleterious or useless is rejected, so that what remains is the most extraordinary and truly efficacious remedy for all kinds of pulmona ry and liver diseases ever known to man. Toco:i. vioce all unbelievers that our theory is really true, we refer to a few cases of .cures performed by this wouderful medicines -Plealakt Riuox, Ham. eo, O. Sept. 27, '51. J. D. Park Dear Sir: I take the liberly of ad vising vou of the benefit I have derived from the use of Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. I was prostrated by that terrible sco-ge, consump tion, iu May last. The attack was truly horrifying to me, lor nve ol ocr family, (my brothers aud sis ters,) had died of consumption. 1 was afilicted with nearly all the worst features ofthe disease. 1 had a distressing congh, and expectoraed a great dea lof blood, hectic fever, severe pains in the side and chest, cold chills, altsrnating with flushes of neat ana copious night sweat. .1 was tinder the euro of a skillful physician, from the time I was taken -sick until about six weeks since, being then about helpless, and my friends considered my Ciise hopeless, or at least beyond our Physician's skill, advised the use of Wistsrs Bal sam of Wild Cherry. Without my knowledge my father procured it, and commenced administer ing it tome, and from the first .dsy9 commenced taking it my health improved, and in two weeks from the lime I commenced using it, I was able to be ont and oversee my business, and labor, which I still continue to do. I have taken four bottles of the medicine, and now consider mvself perfectly well. JEREMIAH ISCRIGG. Another Astonishing Cure. E. Kalb, a highly resyectable merchant of Rush ville, Fairfield county, Ohio, sent us the following volutitary tribute to "db. wistar's' balsam op wild cherry." . - Rushviile, Fairfield co, O. April 6, '51 Mr. J. D. Park bear Sir: I wish to sUte to you that my daughter, Amanda, aged 16 years, had, about a year since, a very severe attack of measels, which reduced ber very much, and left her with a racking cough. I employed all the phy sicians within our reauh for the purpose of remov ing her cough, but without success. She oppear ed lo be sinking into a decliae, with eyery sjmp torn of cousumption. I then tried Dr. "Roger's Liverwort aud Tar." But that aggravated her cough, and gave her symp toms of a still more malignant character. 1 was now most seriously alitrmi d, and it was with trem bling fear that I from day to day, -saw the progress of that iusatiabte disease, consumption. I really despaired of my daugh'er's recovery. But I prov identially saw the certificate of Jonathan Coulson, whose daughter, Sarah Jtne, was cured of Con sumption by "Wistar's Balsun of Wild Cherry;" this created a faint hope that it migkt help my daughter, and i immediately commenced using it, and it almost instantly gave relief, her health was improved from the first bottle, and by the use of ws Domes oi -- rv isiar s uisam ot w iid iherry," she was restored to perfect health, and she is not nowjut all predisposed to a cough. I will say to those that are afflicted with any dis ease tending to consumption, do not despair. lot Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry will cure vou, if you will but try it ' E. KALB. The genuine Wistar's Balsam of Wild Che rrv has a fac simile of the signature of Henry Wietur M. JJ. fhiladelphia, and "Sanmrd &, Park" on a finely executed steel ougraved wrapper. No other can be genuine. O Price $1 per bottle six bottles for $5. Sold by - J. D. Park, Cincinnati, O. North east corner of Fourth and Walnut Ms en trance on Walnut street to whom all orders must be addressed. Sold in Fremont by S. BUCKLAXD & Co. And by W. C. Baker, Castalia; J. Hutchins & Son, Bellevoe; W. Braner, Millgrove; Charles Powers, Woodville: Foster & Son, Rome; Ham ilton & McCartney. Republic; I. L. St. John, Ti- hn city, an it Y. V. Beery fc Bro., Ureen Creek. Fremout, February 28, '53 Iy Er. Guysott's Improved Extract Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla. The original and oulv gennine preparation for the permanent cure of consumption and disenses of the Liungs when they are supposed to be affected by the two free use of Mercury, Iron, Quiniue, See IT WILL CURE WITHOUT FAIL Pcorofula or Kings Evil, Cancers, Tumors. E ruptions of the ekin. Erysipelas, Chronic sore eyes, King worm or 1 etters, Sicald Head, ttheumatism Pains in the bones or joints, old sores and ulcers. Swelling of the glands. Syphilis, Dyspepsia, Salt tinenm, uisease ot the Sidneys, toss of Appetite, Uiseasa arising from the nse of jrlercurv. Pain in the side and shoulders. General Debililv, Dropsy. r i. I i- j -' r " LiMiiiuogo, jbuuuico ana isosuveness. The Best Female Medicine Known ! The Shaker prepared Yellow Dock, and the Red Honduras Sarsaparilla, are the invaluable remedial agents from which 'Dr. Guysott's Im proved Extract pf Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla" is formed; aad the laboratory of Dr. Guysott has eiven us the virtues ot these roots in their uerfec lion. His preparations contains all the restorative properties ofthe roots, combinod and concentrated in their utmost strength and enicacv. Experiment were made in the manufacture of this medicine, until it was found that it could not be further improved , Accordingly, we find it resorted to almost univer sally, in cases of Hepatic, Scorbutic and Cutane ous complaints, for general prostration ofthe vital powers, and all those tormenting diseases of the skin so trying to the patience, ahd so injurious to neaun. The following letler is from a highly respectable physician, who enjovs an extensive practice: Navarre, Stark Co , O , Nov. J. 1851. Dr. John D. Park Dear Sir: "Dr. Guysott's Extract of Sarsapurilln. " This medieiue has been pr-scfrihed by me fur the last three years, with good effect, in general debility, Liver comprint, Janu dise. Dyspepsia, Chronic and Nervnus diseases. In ail remaie coinpl.iinls it certainly it unequiilled. In the use of this mweiciue the patient constant ly gains strength and vigur, n fact worthy of great consideration. It is pleasant to the taste and smell and can be used by persons with the most delicate stomachs, with safety, tinder ntiy circumstances. I am speaking from experience, and to the afflicted I advise its use. DR. J. S. LEEPER. O" Price $1 per hottle six bottles for $5. Sold by J. O. PARK, Cincinnali, O. North east corner of Fourth mid Walnut sis en trance on Wiilnut to whom all orders must be addressed. Sold in Fremont by S. BUCKLAND &. Co. And by Wheldon & Rhodes, Sandusky city: i. Hutchins & Son, Bellevue: W. C, Baker, Castal ia; W. Bradner, Mill Grove: Charles Powers, Woodville; Foster & Son, Rome; Hamilton &. McCartney, Republic; and I. L. St. John, Tiffin. Fremont. Februa'y SS, 1S5I ty Attachment Notice, . AT my Instance an attachment was this day is sued by A. 8. Taylor, a Justice ofthe Pesce of Sandusky townskip, Sandusky county, against the property and effects of William Haynss Jr., an abscouding debtor. - . GEO. G. SAURS. Feb. 21, 1852. Patent Medicines! S. BUCKLAND & CO., ARC THE SOLli AO EM'S for San dusky county, fur ihefullawrugstaudardMed' icines: Oxygenated Bitters, Judkin's Ointment, B:ham of Horeimune, Bonpland'e Fever aud Ague Cure, . Monroe's Tonie forsgue Osgood's Clioiogoguge, Huugariau Balsam, MofUt's Bitters Mustang Linament, Nerve and Bone, do. Gargling Oil, Liverwort and Tar, Townsend's sarsaparilla Shaker sarsaparilla. Bull's sarsaparilla, Guvsott's sarsaparilla & Tellow Dock, Sarsaparilla, Wild Cher ry and Dandelion, Brant's medicines, Jayne's mediciaee, Sloan's medicines, Fitcha's medicines, GraffoubnrgCo.s. do. Empire Co's do. Wild Cherry Balsam, Cherry Pectoral, Christie's Magnetic Cur atives. Magnetic Plaster, ' Magnetic Ointment, McLane's Vermifuge, Fayunstnck's Vermifuge Seller's Vermifuge, Jayne's Vermifuge, Pain Killei. 1 Pain Extractor, Cure for Pain, Pain Kxterminuter, Tetroleuin, Nervine Balsam, l.ithentrii'lic mixtuje, Peltit's Kje salve, Dyspeptic Bitters, Dyspeptic Cordial, Thompson's Eve Water, Cook's F.j Water, Dean's Chemical Plaster Canker Balsam, Ginseng Panacea.' Mc A lister's Ointment, Gregerv's. Javnes, Sellnr's, joule's, Phiney's Ualsev's.'Moff.il's, Brnitdreth'B, Worsdall's, Mc- T.nne'a. McCulloch's. Rushes', and everv other kind ef Pills that are eond for any thing, end all other standard medicines ofthe day, at Vtf. S, tSnchlnns it vide BUcL; 3T Sign of the Big Mortnr. Fremont, Sandusky co. Nov. 1,1851. SLOAN'S Horse & Cattle Medicine. N Medicine In use has accomplished m many Extra. X tit iry Cures, and given M Unwtramt Satit faction in erery variety and Bin ere of disease, or thai has so extensiv mm4 rapid $ale as Sloan's Ointrntcml and Condition PodT. - The Ointment Is swiftly nipereedint; all other Utnunenta nd Liniment, for the cure of Fresh Wounds, Galls of all Kinds, Sprains, Bruises, Cracked Heels, Ringbone. Wind palls, Poll Evil, Callous, Spavins, Sweeney. Fistula. Sit fast, Strains, lameness. Sand Cracks Foundered Feet, Scratches or Grcnee, Mance and Horse Distemper. The Condition Poteder willl remove all inflammation and fever, purify the blood, loosen the skio, cleanse the water and strengthen every part of the body; and has proved a -sovereign remedy for the following diseases: Founder, Distemper, Hide Bound, Loes of Appetite, In ward Strains, Yellow Water, Inflammation of tlte Kyea, Fatigue from hard exercise ; also Rheumatism, (commonly called stiff complaint,) which proves so fatal to many valu able horses in this country. It is also a safe and certain remedy for Coughs aud Colds, which generate so mauy fatal diseases. These remedies never ixjre, and otoays Cars, If the di rections nre followed. For further particulars and a rnvhihtde of Certijurte of r rkmbit Cure, get Pamphlet of agmtt. W. B. SLOAN, Ormd Dey. 40 Lakt St., Oucaga, lit. GREAT REMEDY! ' Celebrated Family Ointment. Jt MM, Safe, Tkmmgk md tie rreatat Extmml Reme dy ever used. It it vrmpotei af Vegetable Extraito ltd pemeteet power unequalled in the annate of medicmejor IM em ef hfiammateT) Dieeaeet. It is universally acknowledged to be an infallible leroedr, . tn every case where il lias been faithfully applied en the human system, for promoting Insensible Perspiration, and u invaluable in all diseases ofthe flesh. Obstinate Ulcers, Old Sores, ObJilblains, Sore Throat. Burns. Cuts. Cutaneous Eruptions. Sore Nipples, Sore Breast. Diseases of the Eye, A rue in the Face, Rdeuinntie fains. Contracted Cords, Pain hi the Side, Back and ouier parts of thesystem. Scald Head. Bruises. Preh Wounds, Piles, and every kind of sore containing the least particle of tunammntion. are peraianenUy cured by this great remedy. HEAIJKGVraTrjES. J . It Is a feet, authenticated here, as well as all over the State, and indeed the whole western states, that Sloan's Medicines have attained a wide spread celebrity, and re . nutation, to which they arc justly entitled by their 'heelmg werteee," and powers. We are not among those woo are prone to endorse every patent humbug that comes along, aad in this instance have delayed our endorsement unui we have been able to make assurance doubly sure, not only by testing them personally ourselves, but from the testt Boony of a numerous portion of the coaununtty living around us. (Illinois Globe, April 13, 1650. CTAII Medicines and Book advertifet' by W. B. Sloan, are sold at retail, atlhe proprietor's prices, by S. BUCKLAAD As Co., Fremont. Hamilton & McCartney, Republic. John Goodson & W. Wljijiji, Bellevoe. A. B. VAN DO REN, General Aent. Spriuffield, Clark Co.;-0. Administrator's Xoticc- NOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber has been appointed and qualified as Adminis trator, with will annexed on the estate of Erastus Tuttle, late of Sandusky cotintv nnceased. AMOj rESN, Adm'r. Green Creek, Feb. 21, 1852. Administrator's Sale. TJERSONAL property belonging to the estate of X. traslus 1 utile deceased, in Green Creek township, conaiti02 ef Eleven Horses, Five Cows, young stock. Twenty seven Sheep, Horm, aud other property, will be sold at Vendue st lite house and on the farms of said r.rastua 1 utile deceased on the 6th day of March next, eommencino; at 10 o clock in tne lorenoon, and will continne from dav to day thereafter nntil the property is all sold. Also 150 bushels of wheat, and twenty acres of wheat in the ground, on his farm in York township on the 9th day of March, commencing at one o'clock f. M. AMOS FENN, Adm'r. Feb.. SI, 1853. CIIICJiEXS! CHICKEASi "VNE Thousand Live Chickens wanted iuimedi- V ately by the subscriber Kving in Fremont, for wnicn tne lughestprice in will be paid. GEORGE WEGSTEIN. Fremont, Feb. 31, 1852. ivoticx:. A LL persons intejestad will take notice that jLVEin.line Miller on the seventh day of Novem ber A . D. 1851, sued out a writ of attachment from the Court of Common Pleas, of Ottawa counlv, in the Stale of Ohio, against William Shoemaker for the sum of ten thousand dollars; which writ has been served and returned. S. A. SMITH, Clerk. Februsry 14, 1852. Sale of Real Estate by Order of t'OHt'l, Court common pleas, Saiidueky co., state of Ohio. Petition to sell Lands. Jamee Vclletie, Adm'r. ) Isiah Mortis dec, ( v.. ) The Heirs. . 'ID. ) PY virtue of an order of the Court of Com Please of rfaliduky cnunty nud Stato of ( mmnn Ohio made in the above rntiiled case, I shall offer for sale io the higheM bidder nt the door of th Court House of said couuly iu Fremont on the 29lh day of March next between the linur. ( 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'irloek P. M. the following described Heal Ealp.te, to-wi! : The undivided fourth part fo'tiie north eal quurter of frac section 12, town stiip 5, north of rnne 15. cnntaiiiinf? 80 4 ! -100 acres. Also one undivided fourth part of the south west qilarterof frao section one, lowi!6hip five ranee 15, containing 7a 94-1U0 acres all in said &'andusky cnuutv. Terms of aale One third down, one third in six months, one third in twelve months secured bv mortgage on the premises. JAMES VALLETTE, Adm'r. Feb. 28,1852. "7"OUNG Hyson Tea ofsnporicrqualiiyat i IIatsfs' Silll The People's Grocery ! Bell's Old Coriier, AT IT AGAIN! T HAVE Jt7ST HECEIYED at my old X Stand, the largest aud best lot of Hamburg Cheese vr brought to the ptacn, whirl) customers ned only taste, to inaka thern wish it would never gat all, CIG AltS A,l TOBACCO, from 5 centers to "penny grabs, " and 19 12 BCU.IWB twenty rears old, warranted pureand unadulterated,, selected by a competent Jtidg, expressly fur ut own use, and icertaiu!y the beat article in Fre mont. It will recommend it.-elf tn all competent judge, aii't needs no pretended cert (iclca tn bolster it up. GERM AN WIN E ! the best article ever hrontrht to the county. Also a large variety of other hrandies, from the ehespest to the best, whirh my custome're can have cheap j for ,he dimes. Wines and Gin in ntiv quantity ONE HUNDRED BARELS WHISKY various brands, which we are stU.U cheaper thnn anybody elie, aud a better article too. Particular attention pbid to the .Liquor department, and oar customer- shall hare good articlt in any quantity not prohibited by law. VVe keep all article usu-aHy kept in such esUb lishments, Slippen excepted, and wiiisell cheap for csh. Coaae otif, eonie all, and trr the People's grocery. Remember Ihe place TVM's Old ror ner. Look out for the roads lwdinff in other direc tions, for some of them lead towards Jericho, and you know what happcued the chap of old, that tra veled in that direction. JOHN SHKEXK, For M. A. sVhric:. Fremont, January 17th, 1852. MEDE I CN E DEP0T7 ' DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, DYE-STUFFS, tc. Cheap for Casli or approved Credit. First door Sovth of O. L. Nitns. J. F. AVOOSTER, TTAS OJf IIAXD. and is constantly receiving di- XX rect fiom Netv York, the largest and best as sortment of Drugs. Medicines, Physicians Glass ware, &c.. ever offered iu this market, whirh will be sold 2U per cent lower than was ever offered in this place. His stock consists in part of the follow- ing: , . v. . , 50 oz. Su'ph Quinine, 25 drs sulph Morphine, 35 oz Salicine, ?5oz Chiniodine, 1 2 oz Strychnine, 25 oz Iodine, i 20 Gum Arabae do i 11 flois Sulphuric Ether i 10 do Acetic do ; 511 do Anna Ammonia ffif ; 50 Spts Nitre Dulcis, ) JO lbs Eng Calomel, i 10 oz I'ummiiig, 100 Gum Camphor, 25 Gum Gpium, Trkey: 5 gals Cod LiserOilpure 20 oz Pineriue,. ,24 Bots liushtou . 20 oz Kreosote. ' ! Clark, do 10 Lunar Caustic, crys-i 20 Gals Castor Oil, talized. 10 Sweet do 10. Pure .' i . 10 Common 20 lbs Gum Myrhh 80 Lamp do summer i winter strained. TO PA INTERS. 1000 lbs Dav Lead pure I Black; 500 do ' do noi 20 Chrome Tellow, lOOGronnd in oil 58 French Green 2n Chrom" Greene 2 bble spts Tajpentine 20 ga'sCopet VaruUb for " Carriages, 25 Turpentine do lit Japan do for dj'ea Paint Brushes, 20 American! Vermillion 2 Chimera ' do 10 Prussian Blue, 5 Drop Black, Varnish do of every Bbl Eddys refiu'd lamp description. To Milliners. While Glue a verjsoperior article, American,, isinglass Briuistose. ... . . liianors. 40 gals Brandy dark pure Bbl Port Win Bbl Sweet do Bbl Soar do 21 oo rale pure Bhl Rum Bbl Gin Bbl Alcohol 92 per cent Itis generally admitted that VVooster keeps the best Liquors in Town. Those wanting Liquors for Medicinal purposes would do well to call. Frsmont, Aog. 9, 1850. In Chancery. Court Common Pleas Sandusky County Ohio. William Overmier Jr. ? vs. J ' John Henry Howard Sc ' Barihart Kline. . 4 . - fTtHE said John Ilurv Howard will take notice JL that said William Overmier Jr. has this dav filed in the office ofthe Clerk of the Court of com mon pleas within and for the county of Sandusky and State of Ohio, a petition in chnncery against him and Barnhart Kline, the object and prayer of which petition is to ohtain a decree offorclosurec a mortgage given by him the said Howard to saiil Overmier upon the West half of the south half pf the uorth east quarter of section number d, Township 5, Range 14 to secure the payment of SU, and that unless he appear, plead, answer or demur to snid petition within sixty days from the rising ofthe neat term of said. court, that said peti lion and the several things therein contained will be taken as confessed against him at the Beat term thereafter of raid conrt. J. L. GREEN, Sol. for Ptff. Jan. 24. 185 UNITED STATES Clothing Store In Fremont, between M. K. Ziegler and J. T. Moss' stores, and nearly opposite Deal's old Tavern Stand. F. BERN H AM, IS note opening it. Caldwell store room, an ex teiiaivatfaortmeut of READY MAOE CliOTJIIXG, consis.iiif of coats of all kinds: French and English Beaver cloth Overcoats; Dlankbl overcoals of all varieties; Felt and Pilot cloth overcoats; Petersham onercontH, blrtuk and brown loose sack and box coats. Fine broad cloth dress, frock, and snck coats Sattiuet, cvKsrmers, mull weed conta; Black f reach Doeskin and cassimere pants; fancr atrippd aad pld:B cnssiinere pants; Black and fuacy SHtinei pnntaloons, and a variety of pants made of heavy and serviceable stuff. Black and , fancy Frech S'tin Vests, CiMsimefe vests of all kinds, and Vests of all kinds of plain and fsnfcy goods. Also Pea Jttchnts, hoe Sh.fts, Under shirts. Drawer?, and chetik Shirts: Suspenders, Silk cra vats and pocket handkerchiefs, Silk Plush Caps, and many other articles. Also Children's Clothes, oil of which he v:I sell as low an can be bought in the United States, fie will-also make up all kinds of Clothing with dispatch, and at low prices for such as wish to find their own cloth. Call and see, and examine for you. selves, as I know 1 cau suit you. Jt. ULKtMiA.U. Fremont, Jan. 24, 185?. Toledo orwalk V Cleveland Hail Uoad Cuiiipanr AT a meeting ol' the Director of the Toledo, N'orwjtlk & Cleveland Rail Road Company, held at their office of Nor walk Dec, i 1850, it was resolved, that the sums subscribed to the cap ital stork of this Coinpanv-to be expended on the Western Section ofthe Road, King between Fre mont and Toledo, be paid into the Treasury of this Companv at this office, in enstnlmrnts of fen per cent, every sixty nays from this date; and that no tice be published of said call in some paper at Fre mont or 1 olerio, or both, for the period of tmrty duvs, prior to the date orpnymentsor thesamp. iNoticeis therelore h-rbv Given thai an instal- tnenfof ten per cent, on the Copitnl S'ock ofthe Toledo, Norwelk fc ClaveUnd Rail Road Com pany, subscribed to be expended on the Western Section of said Road, is required to be pnid to the Treasurer on or befoietho 10th day of Fehinarr 1851. and a further itntatn.ent of ten percent. every sixty daystherei-ftpr nniil the full amount is. paid. w . r. M IT ii'. uut, Sec'y. Ottire or V IN. & K. It. i;. 1,'om'v. Nofwalk Dec. IG, 1850. ( SPERM attd LanipOil A first rale article for sale at S. Hucki.akd &. Co's. rTHE Electors ofthe town of Fremont are here- 1 hy notified lu meat at Mr. Ame.' School room on the east side ef the rrver in aid town at 10 .'clock on the 14lh day of February next, to elect two members of tho board of Education of .aid town, and to transact such other business the law requiring at such annual meeting. IJOMEK EVERETT. Sec'y lid. Education. Jjn. 57. IS52. BUCKEYE BOOT AM i .. ." '- ' AND - i Readymade Clothing Store. TIIKSUasCRIUEK8wouldre.pectfullj announce to thecitizens of Sandusky and ad joining conntirs, that they have just reeei'ved lha Largest dc best teltcted stock of Boots it Shoes that have ever been offered in this market. ' ' , Having purchased our Boots and Shoes directly ofthe manufacturers at their lowest cash prices, e are prepared to sell the same at a saving to our cus tensers of 05 per cent from the old prieev even in this market, so noted for selling goods at est. ' Our stock consists in part of ' ' 497 pairs GuDt'a Calf, Kipp, and Stnga Coot, 31 Boy's do Youth'sdo Lndie's do do do - do Co " - : do do 81 237 105 127 350 187 211 do do do liootees, Shoete;, Gaitors, Kid Welt Buskins, do R. R. do i Miss8 Hoofers, Gaitorsdc Buskins, "d of children's allocs too many of all kinds to enumerate. We have also verv fine article nf French Cal skins. Lining, Binrlings, Per;.. Ac.. &c. . to sell atvervlowbHrgHinstolhelr.de. N. B. Root and Slioea bv the case at a err liberal deduction from retail nr.ee. AtnongM or - ' " t ' . READ Y-MADE CL 0 THING 1 we have bine, brown, drub, and grav beaverOrer coats; black, drers, frock and sack, brown frock and sack, -heeps gra. cassimere. tweed, and jeans Cofttsf rasaim.re, satinett. eordorov. sheeps gray. and velvet pants; hlwk and fiincvs-itin, cassimere. silk, worsted. and.Htin.lt Vests, Wrappers, Draw ers L.iniien Unsnme, and Hickory shirts; collars, suspenders, comforters, e.ps,- Over-alls: carpet lings. Umbrella., with articles of other kinds too nnmeron to mention. It mav be necssarv for other establishment, to nseGass, but if von want a good article, a first rate article, a warranted article, call af the - Buckeye, Boot. Shor, and Ready Hade UWi ai.NU STOKE! . , , and vou will be sure to find the article desired.- "" HALL &, GASTON. Fremont Nov. 22, 1?51. '..r SCHOOL BOOKS:: iplIE SUBSCUIBEItS havejust received I the lollowing STANDARD SCHOOL BOOKSl to which they would call the attention of School 1 earlier, and Parents: . - . r. McGufTe '. Ecloctieseries of Readers, numbers 1st. 2d, 3d. 4th and 5th.' . - - ,.....,; Muuderill's) series do., 1st, 2d, 3d, and 4th. -Willard'. VV. S.. large aud abridged, i ' Ratiuunl Speaker. - . . '.' .. .fi:..-. The Student's Speaker, r : - ' Ray's, Greenleaf's. Adams', Smith's, Dodd's Lnos' Hi. aloddard s AnthinelM. : - Days, Duvis', Rar's & Towor"s Algebra. - Pineo's, Clark's, Rirkham's, Bullion's Smith and Brown's Grammar. - Parker's, Conutork's, and Mrs. Phelps" Philos ophy. ' ": -' -- "''I.' Comstock's, and Mrs. Lincoln's Botaftv. M Comstock'a Mineralogy, and Physiology, aad rtntural History. . f-. Greenleaf's Exercise in Composition. ; i Webster's unabridged, revised, University, and School Dietionarv. . Audrew'eand Stoddard's. Latin Readers, Gram mars, and Exercises. ' r Views efthe Microscopic World. " ' Elements of Meteorology. - , : :- T; . Burnelfs Astronomy. - - " German Spellers. jnd Primmer. ' v- German and English Grammars, and Dictionary McGuSey'a, Bontly' rictorial, aud Llemeutary Spellera. " r-,-. . . .- ... ..Also a targe assortment of 'Misoellaoeou, Med' ieal. Musical, and Law. Book. : -- '"'i ' . " Call and examine for tonrselve. ' 1 ':' " '' . ; 8. BUCKLAND Co. No. 3, Buckland's New Block. ' Oct. 25. 1P5I. : . " .- i Clocks, WatcheSjJewelry. (. rriHE SUBSCRIBER haa removed his JJtL X Stock of Jewelry to the shop recently prepared for that purpose,' two doors North of his former place of business, and havius; just retained from ew orK city wan. a targe and complete aa sortment ol Clocks, Watches, Gold-Pens, Jerrelrr &.C., is prepared to accommodate the public with anv article in nis line, at reduced price. His Watches, gold and silver, of all pattern, are unexcelled in richuess and ntilitv; his Clock eon sists of various kinds and qualities, and ara warms ted. An excellent assortment of Gold Pens, Gold and bil.er pencils, ofthe most approved manufac. lure. A splendid assortment of rold and silver fin ger-ringre, arrings, lockets and breast-pins, all of the Ia4esl patterns. . .Also, a general assortment o Musical lustra meats, and a large quantity of tors for little folks. . i i)-. ' - ' Wstches, Clocks, Scc, repaired en the shortest aotica... ..... ' E. LEPPELMAN. Fremont, JanoSO, 1851. lyr. - - a f aiaccry. ' Court common Pleas Sandusky County Ohio. Petition for Partition. Peter Kin? . , Lawrence Sater & George Hammer vs. Leah B.'i.ehare & David Ba.ehare.- , r 1 tHE said iieah Bawhare and David tia.ehar. JL will take notice that Peter King. Lawrence Sa ter and George Hammer have Bled a petition agaiust them, in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Coniiuou Plea of Sandusky county Ohio, praying tn have partitioned to each of Ihern one tiftli of about 24 acres off the eaet side of the south east quarter of section No 5 and about ane hun. dred and forty eight acre out of the south -west part of the south west of section No. 4 iu Jackson township Sandusky coUntv O. - -John I.. osfj:ne s Atty. for Petitiouers. Jan. 31, T3S . ' ' Iu t bancery. , Conrt of Common Please andnsky county OIiio. Bartl.tt Huddlebrink 1 - us T.vid Luthia et at. ? BY virtue of a decretal order issued out of the court of common pleas of fcandueky eodnlv, Ohio to me directed and delivered I shall offer at public sale at the door of the rourt hnu. in Fre. snont. in said county, on the 2bth day of February A. 1) 1852, between the hours prescribed by law, the following lauds and tenements, lowiti In lot. No T, and 46 in Pratts addition to the town of Woodville Sandusky county Ohio. Levied on and taken as the property of Darid I.uthi (o -ntii.fr an eqecution ia frvor of Barllett Huddlebrink. C. EDGF.RTON' Special Master in C'liancerv. Jan. 24, r. ' Estate oi Uvorgc tlnuford, Uec'd. .- . , r. i.eren given .na, u,e scoscrioer nas rn-nrp i .l . . . . .. , . v..ri. ...... n-.iu.T-.i nuu ij'himfifii n. . istratoron the estate of George Haiiford. deo.et d, late of Sandusky county. Persons ind.bte.,i to nii estate will cell and settle immediate1, and thr.s. having c'nims against it, will pre. ,it (hem for pay ment within one year, dulr an'.Vtrntipn'r'l ncord iujj to law. SAMUEL B. I'ASPENDER, Jr. AdiiiiuislrattSr. February I4th 'Go"J. In Cfiahcoff', Cr-(1rt common pleas, Sandusky county. Ohio: r.n.j ortou jr, VR, Heurv Dodsworth. "O Y virloe of a drretl rrdr tn rhe directed and -L tstned from the roitrt of comm'tfl p'a! ef Sqn dnsky county Ohio, I shall offer at public sale, af the ricor of the court house ih Fre'rnout. iu said County, onthePth dy "f Peb'Unrv next. between lh hours of ten o'clock A M and four uelo?k P M, the foUnwing hmda mid tenements, to wet: The east helf of lite south east qiistter Section 3 Towmthip 5, Uange 16, in Saudutiky county Ohio. Levied on and thken as the pmperty of Ifnry OodswoMh to satisfy ait execution in favor of Joi n Gorton Jr. C. KDGERTOX. , jeKlal M.iierii CcsfT-' 3. fct, '32 " Look out for tlit Cars, when the Bell. Hirfgm' v JOBS r. IlAl'.VES rli SOX - "Are now receiving atlhe il Bail Road Store, Aa. I, Unckland'a Block, their FALL HIM Ell HOODS ! OUR stock of Goads needs no Hairing and puffing such as ie frequently inflicted on the public-r-eonsieti.gof merexwuf aiidciry.iigniinnofAia' 1 1 is sot f oen luck- ' What we say of our goods, we intend shall be frve fri m Gat, A lillle mixture of Hraight'Jjtrirard common frnje in) jtovkRTtsis, ia these days of Uskbuo and Pbktisci, m refreshing. The people of Sandusky aud adjoiniiif; eosntiee have already made the discovery that they can baf CHEAPE2. & BEXTSS. GOODS at J. P. Havsks & So..' than nt any oteer pine in Northern Ohio, as the crowds which rash to the Railro.d Store, -prove. " ' i T So far as regards oar sales heretofore," eor most .aaguiue xpertnties have heeu more than real ised, and wa wootd do injnstiee hi onr feelings, if we failed to return osr thanks andmost greatful ae. kuowledgements for the very liberal patronage that has beers heeu bestowed upon as," and to continue to ri ce vo that patrenn jr, we have largely increas ed our - v - - - ' STOCK OF jrfEBCIIAJVDIZTE : fur the. Fall and Winter Campaign. Oorstorlc was purchased during the late stringency in the Money Market la ew York, and at time when goods were lower than they have beea. in the last ten years aad they will be sold at corresponding low rated.' 1 " ' We have spared aonnia. in our Fat! and Winter Purchases tojnake our stock - More Attractive tuan'verr Itconsistsin part of 300 pieces of Merrimac and Coeheca Prints; 1 00 pieces Dress Goods, from la to 8s; 100 Bay Sluteaud Scotch Long Shawl from Ji-JloSc; . .' ; ' ' T Shoes, Drrss Tsiminingsi Ribbons, and Dumber Teas other articles for the l-adtas. Call and ee them whether-rou bnv or not. " . " . TO GENTLEMEN... . We have Coals, Pants, aad Veele, frosn thesfrarr-f to the thrapett fabriri i 0r Cost from $3 to $ 1 4. Lhirts aad Urswers, liootsend shoe., rials Cc Cap Also a large assortuientnf Cloths, Cassimer, art tinets. Tweeds "0 per cent cheaper ttiea last fall. So come. fxesbemrst is. yen .hail e suited u your limine, aad no mistake both aa to price and oualily. - .v - - (i . ... . Our six Pennv Goods ai the Jirti in Fremont and the Railroad store lias taken the Premium for the hst ' 16 lhssunr for gl: IS yards Brown Muslin for f 1 16 yards fast colored Print lor eight shillings; 10 lb Vend Rio Coffee for $ 1 . 5 lbs Cotton Y ara for 7 liiilinr;si Parker Mill Nails at $4; 50 niece all wool flannel foa 2s a yard: sole leather at IBs: Up per leather at Tannera Prices; Molasses at Tbre hillings! Satiaelsnt foarhillisi good enooeh far the President.. Also the larseat aasortmeat oi 3 I'BOCKEBI. ersropeaedin Fremont. . To enumerate our stoca is aseiess. rv e wouia only say that in onr assortment can be found every nine. ayj"crim"u " . uu . Come on' Cotue JlU!nA M eonctnrea uuu net u a true bill. ' '.' i ;. - . , ' . ... ' ICTCash paid for Vlieat, Corn, and Oats, ETAH kind of Produce taken in eichanr;. for Good . , , Je.r. HAxriES & SOS. Railroa oad store,'1 . .r.OctilSr : ; : Fremont. ' Hdrd-wbife Store! ::Tllira!jDniNT! THE BOYS ELECTED. THE QUESTION SLT TLEUi at last, that ot a regular, -.Hardware Establish--meat i the place to hay Good in that line. the rash totha HARD WARE STORE.' for the last mouth folly provee. The 'Boys' take this opportunity to relora their sincere thank for the increased patronage with wbich they have beea favored, and to show that they are not entirely un grateful for past favors, they li.ve brought aa the LABOEST ASSOBTJIEJTT! of Hardware aad Iron to he found in Northern Ohio, which the; now offer at anparalelled lew price. ' ... ; . . . . ' We invite the attention ef all Northern Ohio t the fact that we are 'now selling . , ,1 It 0 N (A ND NA i; L S y T lover titan any other establishment in- the State. r. , ..M.riV VV-H J ' A complete assortment of Hardware purchased direct from Manufacturer., consisting ef House and Cabinet trimmiRgs,. Carriage and Harne ifimmiags, CaxpenlerV stools. Blacksmith1 tool. Cooper's, Farmer's, Mseea's and Tanner's to).. Leather and Fiudings, Sash, Gloss, Putt-, Pumps, Lead pil"", &c, &c . i . , C II A I PC P UM PS!- Msanfnetnred to order .with an impr'ovemenlla the way of Paleut Caet iron Curbs. ' ''.'" ; Cultlerf, SteeF, Guns and Gun Trimming, and a general assortment of House Keeping article. Stoves and; Tin-Ware! SlotipipeK Eave-trovghstd: ConduclorSj,! And alt kinds of Tin-ware constantly on hand, and manufactured - to order. . (Repairing done at th shortest, notice and in the best manner. Work warranted at the Fremoat Hardware atnv Tyler Block, opposite the Bauk iga of - the Mammoth Pad Lock... CAN-HELD & MITCHELL. Fremont Nov. 1, lb51. Drugs, Medicines, Paints, OILS. VARMSSIIES, &c, &c S :BCCEI.AtfD & CO. haveju'sVrVcei'v eda very largelot of Drugs. Paint, Oils, Dye Stuffs, Glass, Glass-ware, Perfumery, Ac.,Which they would earnestly solicit those wishing an) thine in the line to call and examiae before purchasing elsewhere, as we think it will be very much te their advantage te do so, for we pledge ourselves to. wil AS GOOD ARTICLES as can be bought in the Easte.ti markets at as low a price as ur nihhers ask for a poor article. Having; been for tea years in the Dkpo Bustrfs in this place, we think we know seaaethis) of th wants of Ha inhabitant, and while wa would return our thanks for the very liberal patrona? we har received we promise to spare no pains fer the f ture in civinff our customers the full value el their money in Good Goous- . We Jo nut think tt necessary to enumerate onr articles, itorthe qnantitr we have, (or have nol,if each articie. Suffice it te say we have a v COMPLElTE ASSOBTsffET! and enough of eacH to supply all demands, an dam pie arrangemenrsto buy More. ' Ve would a?k Phtsici xs to enll and evamine eur UruT9 and Trices before reins to I ilhn ettv. SanduVv citVt of elsewhere, s we do know that rjt elJ a cheap aa any of them, and we are ; b,ull(J , d it iny ,low jn j TO PAINTERS AND ALL WHO WANT PAINTS ! We would say that if our Pa'tite are not first r' and all we reCDtntnelid them, we a ill pity all daox ages. . We do not ark yob to take oar word fer it: aek any Painter in Fremont sad they know, .f,.s they have used them if Bucklands' is not the e.tt place to buy any kind ef Paints, or Pens. Lir.fa Oil or VarniaVie. ; Don't forget the place, , Buckland'a Rrtck BlorU, - S. BUCKLAND rfe Cci'V rrnmnnl, Ontoher25th. 1P31. ' J, C1ASH paidl or L.ud Varranlp.at TV JIFFS! HaVfTS: A good aasartmr a IV J. at at the tt A It-rvOAt STOKE.1' Frmnnt. y0v fjft '51. ; Bt-ratA witbont V-wt. BABRlTSFrT-iveeing Conipo'wr,fnWeev: T Cke.. c. l vVOOSTr rf5. JT'ST r-e.i'-er' a iV'-r f.dieiiie. a t - 3. r. woorrErX's.