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FREMOHT WEEKLY FREEMAN.
UH ----- . "-i- - !.. For President .... WINFIELD SCOTT, "; Of Ns Jirtsy. ! For Ylee President, J ABIES JONES, Of Tennessee. Subject to the decision of the "Whig National v.. Convention. CT WISTAR'S Balson of Wild'IChsrry im prta aew visor I vital action, end relieves the eyetem by opening ths pours of the skin, and pro aaaliag the aaeretioa af mucous matter. Ita action te suborific, sedative and expectorant, by opening the peree, allaying irritation,, and by rendering the axpalaioaof mneoua matter easy. ' . Theee who take the Balaam will feel immediate relief from the distressing irretatioaa that acconi- taay affection! of the reepiratory organs. The pores avo beea eloeed. the Balaam opens them. The Langs suffer from irritation, the irritation ia sooth -d: the palea ia violent add feverieh, they are eof. aaed, and the macoae membraoe ia relieved of ile agargenseat with rapidity and ease. All by the ase af this delightful remedy. See advertieemeot in another column. v CItcs UnlTersal Satisfaction. ! : - . V Victor. N. T. Jea . 22. 1851 W. B. Bloaa, Esq. Sirs Tear Agent. Mr. . Moreheaee left with ae stuns at year va'uaMe med iaiaaa; and we have already disposed of the Oint ment for Horses, and it hes given universal satis (action. Pleaea forward as by railroad to this place name af the Ointme.it, as we are very much ia need of it. Years respectfully, , -. SIMONDS 4 LEWIS.' See 'Sloans Complete Farrier ant Cattle Doctor' " FOR FCIL AND COMPLXTI DIMCTIONS ' -l"oteheoainf, breeding; reeriag, and general toaaagenient: together with accurate deeeriplione, -causes, pecatiar symptoms, and the meet approved method of earing all diseases tewhieh horses and ttln ara aahieet. ITjl- Asonta' nemea at the foot of Sloan's Celema. For farther particulare and teelimonula. gel Pamphlet! of agents. FREMONT PRICE CURRENT. ceaacra weekly. , Wheatperbaahel..... .. - sn, 65 ....3 5i 35 25 13 in 10 .......6 ....1 19 ...4 e 88 ....1 95 4 35 ...13 00 08 ....I 35 B! 50 I 00 Tloar per barrel. ........ " 'Cora per bashel. .... .... v lOata per bushel-. ........ nutter per penno. ....... Egge per doxen.... ; "Cheese per pound.;... .. Lard per pound. " Salt aerbarrell. ...... .. ' Hideo pee paaad. ....... , . Flaxseed per bushel.... 'Timothy eeed per ha.... Clover seed per be...... Pork perbarrell.. ...... namsemosen nerpouuu. r ene par bushel . ....... & otatoeeperbaehel.... V OaioaeaeT haehel..j. , Apples green.... ....' ".. Appleedried. .... x 'Beeswax per pound t Tallow rw pound....... t; Staves Pipes per M...;.. .... .. ..a no 20 ..$2023 Hhdper M ..... Id. IK , j . I i VI - 1 ..... ... -a-. mi o 10 F til priquiMHt... .i.i. Black walaat l.umbe rpe r M ............. 8l 2 BM perM..... fcoectieerncntB, i New Goods 'T T OSS line just received at the Ballvillp Xv-M- Store' ISia irrrrer.se Stx-k of "Sprinu and Summer Goods. A fine lot of tidies' Dress frnods, which they are invited -to-call and examine.' Cnll at the BalK-ille tcrs, aa I am bound to sell these Goods cheaper than they can he bought any where lee west ef New York eh. Fall parliealare 'next week. ' - ' J. T. M0-5& ' Mar 8. 1852. ' Second Arrival Of Spring and Summer CI O THING! Wit sas owes .otacs ; uiwffiRy otore TT1HE SUBSCRIBER has this day received an- 1 ether Large BtoeK ol aprmg ana summer Clothing, which makee his stock the largest and 'best erer brought te this place. And 1 am deter. - snaee to sell two seme ae low as esn oe nougnt any 'ther plane ia the United State. The publie are -reaaeeted to eall and examine for themeelvee. Dont 'forget the place, nest door to J. T. Moss' store. 'Wad apposite Deal'e New Tavern. F. DERNHAM. tj, Fremont. May 8th. 1853. ' at? tm aaif Rosil K-rat, Kw fl.itnr ssf uoart. ....... . . On the 26th day ol June, A. D. 1752, at on- W'CfOca. r. el. ac uie eosr ol ins coorr nnuv, -in the' town of Fremont. Saodnsky county, Ohio. . 'will be feettf to the higlteet bidder, the -following -real e-tate as the proprety of Franklin Williana 'aeceased,te wit: One equal uudivided fourth prt 'of out lets No. 41 and 45 and on -qnal undivided . third part of oat lot No. 43 according to the nw numbering, in the town of Fremont andu.ky coon Hy Ohio, sntjeet to the dower Of the widow. Tibs, or pals. One third ia hand and 'the 'balance ru one and two years. ' ' - - - . 3. a. G DOWNS, . , i ' ' A4mr of Franklin vViltia;ns, dec. MayB, 53. - . ale of Heal . Estate toy Order of -' ' Court-. - ON the 96th day of June. A. D. 1852 at one o'clock in the afte-aooa. at the door of the weart house, ia Fremont Sandusky county Ohio. Will be sold to the highest bidder, the following res! 'estate as the property of Jonas Gibbs deceased. te wit: t ne north east uuartrr of the north east quarter of section No. 19, tnwuship No. 5. north of Range JVo 17 cootaiamg 40 acvea. - Taans e Sit-s. One tliird ia hand, the bal ance in sua and two years. C. EDGERTON. Adm'r of Jonas Gibbs, dee. ' May 8. IWS; Vat of Baal Estate y- oratar of Uovtft. f!nrt af Cnaum Ploea Mandnakv cAnntv. O. ir ij . - Petitiea to sell Leads. Aferam Hamilton ( . . Administrator of , '' eojamm Clemens dec a. Ki James Clemen & others. ON the twelfth day af Jane next, (1A521 at 3 o'clock P. M at the door of the court house, ta the town of Fremont Saiidneky county Ohio, win as soia to ins nignrsi oinuer me louowwg real estate as the property of Benjamin Clemens deceased, to wit: The north west quarter of the north seat qoerter of section nnmbe, five, (5) in township number five. 5 north of renge eeventee'u. ia 8eudasky reunty and state of Ohio, containing forty acree of laud, subject to the dewer of the wid ow. - ' ... Txaais or 8alx. One-third, cash in hand, one third in one year, and the rraidue ia eighteen months from the dav ef sale, with interest, secured -by snertgsgs on Ihs premises. -- - ABRAM HAMILTON. ... r'- - Adm'tef Benjamin Clemens, dec May 8. 1851. Notice. IS hereby given that a petition will be presented to the eommissionsra of Sandusky county at their session in Jonas next, for a county road.com sneneiag al the esnter of section 27. township 5, ran re 15, mailing tbsaea sosth te the Western Reserve end Meumee Read. April 99, IS J I , . . Fetltloa to Sell Land. Probate Court ia Sandusky County, Ohio. Joha Shupp, Adm's af i George Ruop. Dec J vs. Catharine Ruppaud. George Ropp J ' ' fTIHF. said Catharine Repp and George Rnpp X ere hereby notified, that the said administrator on the the 6th day of May, A. D. If3i, tiled his petition in the Probate Court of Sandusky county. Ohio, the object and prayer of which ia to obtain aa order of said eourt for the sale of the following real estate, (of which said George Rnpp deceased, died eeixedl to wit: The north west quarter of eeelion No. twenty four, 34 ia township four, 4 north of range fourteen, containing eighty acres of land, in Ihs District of lends subject to sale at Bucyrus, Ohio, and in the eaid countv of Sandusky. Said petition eets forth that said Catharine Rupp. widow of Mid decedent, wee entitled to dower ia the lend aforeoaid, that en or about the second day of July, A. D. 1851, she released and conveyedall her right, title ami interest therein by deed, to said John Shupp, ia trust, for the payment of the debts due from eaid decedent's estete, and prate that eaid lend may be sold, unincumbered by eaid dow or. And the eaid defendante are further notified, that by the order of the Hon. John Bell, Judge of eaid Court of Probate, the said petition will be heard at his office in Fremont, in eaid county, on the twelfth day of June, A D. IH5i, at which time and place, eaid defendante are notified to appear, or in default, the matters charged in agninat thenm in said petition will be taken as ennfrssed. JOHN SHUPP. Adm'r By Bucklaud dr. Everett, his Sol. May 8, 1853. Sale of Real Estate by order of Court. OPt the 12th d.y of June next. '852 at 3 oetock P. M. t the door of the court house in Frs inont, Sandusky couutv Ohio, will be sold to the highl it bidder, the following real estate as the property ol Eton G. Awes d ceased, to wit: Beginning at a stake being the N. E. coiner of thr lot formertv belonging to Jehn L G.llelnn tit runnings. 16 deg., W. 10 perrhea thnce S. 73 rfeg., E 5 pen-hee. (hence N. '6 d-g.. E. 10 ner ehee. thmee N. 73 d-g,. W. 5 p-rc'iee t- the pl.ice of beginning. Ivitig eooth ef the United Si. t road and being the store lot deeded to Frerir ek Vnnilerrook by Ed in N. Conk, contxining five sixtli 15-6 of an acre of land. Also a piece or parrel of hmd deeded to eaid Vandercnok by said Edwin N. Cook deerribed and bounded as followe, commencing at the United Stutes Turnpike et the ast corner of a lot deeded by Jamea Gninall to J. L Gillelaii, and running enuth west 165 teet aud 4 feet wide, containing 2 rode, end 96 fet adjoin ing and lying weet of the above deerribed store lot, be the same more or less, also a piet-e or parcel of land described as follows: Beginning stsstiikeen toe north side ef the Western Reserve end Mau mee Itoad, being the S. W. corner of a piece er nitrcelof latiddreded to Asa G. Perry by Ambrore Eilwnrd, Joee b and Robert Clapp. running ihenre N. 7 rods and 5 inches to a stake, thence E. 174 nVg., 8. 5 rods, thenre S. I5t deg.. E. 7 rods and 13 leeU thence W 174 deg., N. 7 rode la the plai-e of beginning, coutaiag sue quarter of an acre of land auhject to sower Terms of sale one third cash in hand, on third in aixmontha and one third iu one year, with interest from the I.t of sale. JONATHAN AMES.) WILLIAM RUSSELL J Adm'rs. Mst8. 1851- OILKS.sntins. alpaccas. lawns, ginghsms. dec. sjlquaitties and prices at xiatses. Private Sale. THE subscriber offers the followin tract of Land al private aale at a BAR GA IN. described as follows, to wit: The south-east quarter of the north east quarter of section INo. lhir!-n. in townshi No. five, north of range No. fourteen, inSandusk comity, containing forty acres. t hielnnd is about three and a nait tniiei wes Fremont, in Washington township, and is excel lentlv situated and calculated rorfarinine purposes. Persona wishing to purchase will enquire of the Editor of the Freeman, or address she subscriber at Hageratowo, WaahiugtonconntT. Mart-land, poat paid. liWKUl, Ubiriii Fremont. Jnie 13. mail ib Toledo, IVorwalk tc Clevclautt Itail xseKSfx .omiiH ii . A T s meeliugol the Director of the Toledo, XXNerwalk St Cleveland Rail Road Company held at their office of Norwalk Dec, 12,1850,1 waa resotred, that the earns subscribed to the cap ital stock of this Company to be expended on th vv eaters section ot the Koad, iTing between r re moot and Toledo, be paid into the Treasury of this Company at this office, in enataimenta of tea per cent, every sixty days from this date: and that no tice be published of said call in aome paper at rre mont or leledo, or both, for the period or thirty dare, prior to the date of paymentsof thesame Police is therefore hereby given that an instal menlof ten per cent, on the Capital Stock of th Toledo. Norwelk & Cleveland Rail Road Com pany, aubecribed to be expended on the Weetern dectron of ssid lload, is required to be paid to III Treasurer on or befoiethe 10th day of Febtnary l?dl,anda lorther instalment ol ten percent, every sixty daystheresner ontil the run amoonti paid, w. s. Kn TK'UUL, Secy. Officeof T. N. 8l C. R. R. Com'y. Norwalk Dec, 16, 1850. CHICKENS! CHICKENS! VNE Thousand Live Chickene wanted iwimedi J ately by the subscriber Kving in Fremont, for which the highest price in t ash will he nmri. GEORGE W EG STEIN Fremont, Feb. 21 , 1852. Notice. npFIE Board of School Examiners for San- --dusky County, 'will meet on Saturday March 20th. at 1 o'clock P. M. in the Weet room of the Stnne school house in Fremont, for the examination of Teachers. The ses sions will continue on eight successive Satur days, at the hour and place above specified. F. S. HITE, Clerk. March 6, 1852. YOUNG Hvsoo Tea ef.aperiorqualin at : Hatks'. CASH paidfor Land Warrants, al Hin Qdi.tm i . .'Ood snnply of Botanic Medicines just ree'd at WIIIITEIl'S L AMP and Tanuer'sOii at Dissolution Notice. NOTICE i. hereby given Ihst the co-partnership here ofore existing nndT the nme of Leib dr. Kelly, in the mercntitile business, is this day dis solved by mutual consent. tiKtlKtjE LK1B. TRAVIS KKLI.y. Ellmore, Ottawa county, O. April -th, 1852. N-, B The business will hereafter be ca'-riedon under the nnme af Kelly &. Beach, who are author. ixeo tesettie oil accounts against Ihe late hnu, and also to collect all claims due it. Road Aotice. "VTOTFCE is hereby given that there will be s ll Peiition presented to Ihe Commissioners of Sandusky county. Ohio, to have a road surveyed and laid out. as follows: Beginning eightv rods from the south weet corner of section ten, in Wond- ville township, end running on the south line of section ten east to the south east corner to intersect with Ihe county road rnnningeasl to the stats road ; and also to Vacate a part of the road, heginuiug at the south west corner of ttrctibn ten, running eaal on the sooth side of section ten eighty rods, then ieavinglhe line and running an angling course to the north eaat comer of Section ten. The part to be vacated ia the part leaving the line and running angling to Ihe north aaat corner of section ten. Woodviile tp. May 1 , 185 J. Notice. TTasrv Strcxlad. will take notice , that ti- X tiou has been filed, in the t'onrt of Common Pleas, of Sandunky County. Ohio, against her. hv Joskfb! Strickland, for divorce, the caoae alleged in said peiition is wilful absence from her husbaud, the petitioner, for the period of three years. l. g.Audtt. i U:i Ally. tor petitoner PEPSIN, A new article for Dyspepsia at WOOSTER'S. JUST received a supply of Sloan's eelebrated Horse Medicines at J. F. WOQRTER'S. SPERMand Lamp Oil A first rata article fo ! t 8. fioCKLAPD -k Co'-i. cf Boxes Sterine Candle jaat recsiv Usdattha Rail road store. . rrsmsnt, Hsr. aMl SAVE YOUR MONEY. Charles P. Freeman & Co.. (LAT gRBSMAN, H0D0I8, CO.) IMPORTERS AND J0RBERS, 144 Broadway, one door south of Liberty St., NEW YORK, HAVE now on hand, and will be receiving daily through the seeson, Aew Goods, direct from the Euronesn manufactureie. and aui Auctions, rich, finhionable, fancy Silk Millinery Goodt, Oar ntock of Rich Ribbon, comprieea every variety ol tne lateat and most beautiml designs imported. Many of our goods are manufactured express! to our order, from our own designs and patterns. and stand unrivalled. We offer our goods for netl Cuih, at lower prices than any credit house in America can afford All purchasers will find it greatly to their inter- eat to reaerve a portion of their money and make eelections from our great variety of rerA cheap gxtndt. Kihbeuo rich Tor Bonnets, Oaps, aaaties cc. Beits. Bonnet silks, satins, crapea, lisseasnd tarletons. Embroideries, collars, chemisetts, capes, berthas Habits, sleeves, cut, edgings and inserting:. Emhroidered reviere, lace, and heiustich cam brie handkerchiefa. Blonds, illusions, and embroidered lacee forceps. Embroidered laces for shawls, mantillas and veils. Honiton, mechlen, velencienes, and brussels laces. English aid wovs thread, Smyrna, lies thread and cotton laces. Kid, lisle thread, ailk, and sewing silk, gloves and mitta. French and American artificial Bowers. French lace. English, American, aud Italian. Straw Jbonneta and trimmings. January, 1652. NOTICE. THE Stockholders of ttie Fremont Plank Road Comnanv are hereby notified, to meet at the Franklin House, in r remont, on the lUth day ol April next, at one o'clock P. M. then and there to elect five directors for snid company. JAMfcS JUS I itjr:, rres't. Fremont P. R. Company. Fremont. Feb. 28, Ib52. Great Bargains! GOODS SELLING AT V0ST' ON MONDAY, the 15th day of Mxrch, the suheeriber will commence selling olf his litrge stock of Croons, embracing Dry tjroods, Crocker. Hardware, Boote and Shoes, Ready-made Cloth ing, dtc. .fsy-ntr1 jq s tt ! Give me a call, and examine mv stock. I am bound to sell goods cheaper than ever before heard of in Fremont, and yon will he sntisfied that this is the rase, if you will ouly call and make an ex amination. Don't forget the place, the -O H Ballville Store,' opposite Deal s new 1 avern atand. J 1. MUSS. Fremont. March 13th, 1F51. pOBiVTY !l)HVj;VMt'S OFFICE at Bucklaud & t.1 Evereil's OtHce. T. W. t LAPP, fonntv SnrveTor. April in IP53. JAMES ItOiGllEUTV. Licensed Auctioneer FREMONT, ONTO. AGENTS WANTED, To Sell New and Popular Books. WE are in want of Agents to ranvais this part of the State for our new Bink. A sinsll capital of but .$10 or ll5 will he requir ed to commence with, and an active person can earn from $3,110 to $5.00 per day. Some of our Agenis earn much more. Those desirous of engaging in this profitable business, may obtain our plan of operation and a fiat ol our t'ubliC4tions, hv an'lres.ing pot paid, M. F. TOOKER & CO.. No- 10 Superior St.. Cleveland, Ohio. GREENE & JIl'GC, Attorneysat Law & Kolicitorx in Chancery, Will give their undivided attention to profession al bnsiness intrusted to their care in oaudusky and adjourning counties. Office In the second story of Buckland'eBlock. FREMONT, OHIO. THE LUTHERAN CUIRCU, Of Fremont, being desirous of building a new Hmtse for wurxliip -by ad vine of a tnTgrn number of the citixens of the town. offVr for sale iheir pre at houre and lot, with the design of locating anrj bui'diiigon Utiurcn street. Those desirous of purchasing- will apply foi price and terms of payment to John Carshntr. F. Grund.or H. LANG. Fremont, March 20. 1851 VALUABLE LANDS FOR SALE! ONE YVHOL SEC 1 ION of the best Wheat land in the State, lay in e in Fulton Township, ol Faltou County, containing 734 acres, aud it will be old for five dollars per acre, or less, for it must be sold by the hrgt of My next for some price. It is well situated in a good neighborhood of hon st and industrious Germans. The Location is healthy. The Toledo Plunk Road isttlready com pleted to withiu abuut four miles of it; and the Railroad west from Toledo will probably pass along tbe north tine ol the section-. The soil is first rate, and ia heavily limbered, and the limber will be needed for the construction of the R.til Road. It will make ihe very best kind of farms, and is on tie whole very desirable property, either to keep or improve, hut it belongs ton company: it fell in to the hands of a wealthy Bunker eat, by bunk ruutcy , and ihe order is to sell at what it will hriuir. and to take in payment Horses, Cattle or proper tv, or to give a liberal credit where the security is good. t he owner would prefer In sell it all to on. man, hut if .10 such opportunity offers if wi'l he di vided to suit purchasers. Persons wishini? to buv nau mucn Deuer go to see tne laud. Mr. II. Poof man, who lives on an adjoining lot, will cive ail uecessnry iniorniaf ion about the hues and cor ners, md the bargain for it cm be made with D. F. COOK or Ir. O WHITE, at Meumee, who are Hilly authorized to sell it. The title will be a good Warrantee Deed. Mrtrch 30 185 2. Patent Medicines! . BHCKLAND & CO. HE THE SOLti AGENTS for S .a a, dusky county, for the following standard Med icines: Oxygenated Bitters, Jurikin's "Ointment", Balsam of Horehoune, Bunpland's Fever and Ague Cure .Monroe's Tonie for ague Mo tint's Hitters, Muslang Linament, Nerve and Bone; do. Gareling Oil, Liverwort and Tar, vrsgooa (nologoguge, Hungarian Balsam, Mcl..anes Vermifuge, Townsend's sarsaparilla Shaker sarsaparilla, Bull's sarsaparilla, Fayunstttck's Vermifuge Gnysott's sarsaparilla & teller's Vermifuge, Javne's Vermifuge, Pain Killer, Yellow Uock, arsaparilla, Wild Cher tv and Dandelion, I Pain Extractor, Brant's medicines. Ctire for ram. Pain Kxtermihatef, Petrolenm, Nrvine Balsam, Lithoutriptic mixtuje, rVttitfcp Fye salve. Dyspeptic Bitters, Pyspepli'e Cordial. Thompson's Eye Water, Cook's Eve Water, Jayne'a mediciaes, 8lons medicines, Filche's medicines, GratTeuhurgCo,s. do. Empire Co's do. Wild Cherry Balsam. Cherrv Pectoral, Christie's Magnetic Cur ativea. Magnetic Plaster, Dean's Chemical Plaster Magnetic Ointment, Me Abater's Ointment, Canker Balsam, Ginssng Panacea. Gregerv J a vii eft. Seller's, innfe's. Phinev's fTrsl's, Rrandreth's, Worsdell's, Mc- Halsevs. M Lane's. MeCulloch'e, Rushes', and verv other ind of Pills that are good for an v thing, and all other standard medicines of the day; at Vt. 3j IS u c Lin i tirith itlocL 3T Sin of the Big Mortar, Frsmonti Sandusky ao. Nov. 1, 1851. TOWN LOTS FOkt SAM. THE SUBSCIBER will sell 1. 1-Lots, No. 336 and 3 !7, in Fremont, at a bargain. Thev are ituated on the north side of Market street, and east of Main. They are finely located to erect dwellings Upon. Enquire at D. Rett's store, of . . H. SHOMOE. Fremont, Mafch 13th, 1852. Fremont Plank Road Com pa u 7 . A DI VI DEN D of eiphi per cent has been declar ed, payable to the Stockholders on the fist day of April next, 00 presentation of certificates of Stock to James Justice. JOHN R. PEASE, Treasurer, Fremont, Mtreb 4th. 1853. GRBA REMEDY1 f ll-MafgS.--ri . -J Celebrated Family Ointments h Miid, Soft, Tkormfk V ttMr umd. A it comvo VtftmbU Extract mtd pnvwum power itmqune i cm mmmat tf mtotemtjtr tm mm ef InJL-tmmmtory Diatom. It Is universally acknowledge! to be an infallible remedy. In every ease where it has been faiUifully applied a tbe human system, tor promoting Insensible Per-plranon, and W Invaluable in all diseases of tbe flesh. Obstinate Ulcers, Old Sores, Chillblains, Sore Throat, Bums, Cuts, Cutaneous Eruptions, Sore Nipples, Sore Breast, Diseases of the Eye, Ague In the Face, Rheumatic Pains, Contracted Cords, Pain in the Side, Back and other parts of the system. Scald Head, Bruises, Fresh Wounds, Piles, and every kind of sore containing the least particle of Inflammation, aia aenaaaeniiy cured by this great remedy. HEALING VIRTUES. It Is a JteC authenticated here, aa well as all cvw the State, and Indeed the whole western states, that Sloan's Medieiues have attained a wide spread celebrity, and re putation, to which they are justly entitled by their mwtmm," and powers. Wears not anions, those who are prone to endorse every patent humbug that comes along, and in this instance have delayed our endorsement until we have been able to make assurance doubly sure, not only by testing them personally ourselves, but from the testl sjtony of a numerous portion of the coaununlty living around s. Illinois Globe, April 13, laft. SLOAN'S Horse & Cattle Medicine. Ne Medicine in use has acrouinliahrd so swi iratoMry Ore, and given so Untacrml Smtaftetw In every variety ai-d singe of iliseaie, or that has so fzUMtvt asut rmpidm safe as Sloan' $ Otmtment and Condition Powder, Th Ointment is swiftly superceding ail other Ointments and Liniments for the cure of Fresh Wounds, Galls of all Kinds, Sprains, Brubcs, Cracked Heels, Ringbone, Wind- Sails, Toll Evil, Callous, Spavins, Sweeney, Fistula, Sit in, Strains. Lameness, Sand Cracks, Foundered Feet, - Scratches or Grease, Man ere and Hone Distemper. Th Cumditton Powder willl remove ail Inflammation and lever, purify tbe blood, loo-en tbe skin, cleanse tbe water and strengthen every part of the body; and has provsd a sovereign remedy tor tire following diseases: Founder, Ditemier, Hide Bound, Loss of Appetite, In ward Strains, Yellow Water, Inflammation of the Eyes, Fatigue from bard exercise ; also Rheumatism, (commonly called sin? complaint,) which proves so fatal to many valu able horses in this country. It Is also a safe and certain remedy for Coughs and Colds, which generate so many fatal diseases. These remedies never fcyart, and sAssys Cmts, if tbe dl reettons are followed. For further particulars and a nmltitmde of OiifijlrstSigf sjsisiiitrt Cars, get Pmmphleta of agent. W. B. SLOAlf, Grmmd Depot, 40 i-ss Cbemm, 37 All Medicines aud Books advertiser by W B. Sloan, are sold at retail, at the propriotor'i pricestby S. BUCKLAIHD J., . Fremont. Hamilton &c McCartney, Republic. ' John Goorfson fc VV. Whipp, Belfevne. A. B. VAN DOREN, General Affent, Springfield, Clark Co., O. Ualsted's Water Care and Itiotorpathic institute 1 BOCHESTEU' Y. WK HAVE A MAMMOTH ESTABLISHMENT, too large to ffive a iar ticular description of, there fore we will mention oulv a few iieina, that stran ger mar have some idea of our accotniuodntions. We have 2$ bathing rooms; 1. laree rooms with wxrdntbfs and bathing rocttiB attached; a Iarg silling saloon where Mil conffreeate at pleasure: large exercising hall for gymnastics andealisthe nics; a trotting rail-road: bowliug alley aud in a nr other sources of amusement. One hundred aud one hntlii ng conveniences, as' cending, stecending, aud flexible douche, are all oa the latest and most approved plana. Now we come to a department DEDICATED TO WOMAN, which has proved itself far superior to any medica lions th it are known to the world. 1 his is Mo tor path T, ths art of caring diseases by vitalizing motion. Mere w. stand un rivalled and alone, it is a discovery of ourown, sanctioned by every phy sician who has investigated it. in (act the pbsi ciaiis are sending us ths majority of our patients So valuable is this treatment that manr of our old est medical men have said, that it is the greatest discovedv in medic. I science. Over three huudred letters have been received from Physicians, and uearlr one hundeed of them have visited the inati tutiou, within three months, from different parts of the United states and the Canadas, inquiring into our manner of treating so successfully Ltenne dis eases. Every variety of disease incidenr to woman, is treated with an unvarying certainty of success heretofore unknown. Many cases of Prolapsus Utkri t re cured in a few davs: and the most dif ficult in a few weeks. To produce this almost in stantaneous relief the patient is subject to uo paiu or inconvenience. For the removal of otherUterine weaknesses this systom is equally efficient. Many of the most iu veterate and extraordinary cases of from bus to twenty-two years standing, some abcomfVauied with extreme urinary dimcultie,, and many with that inability to stand upoa the feet, or be raised frm a horizontal position, which is peculiar to these diseases, have been brought here on beds hundreds of miles, attended by their physicians or mends; and these su tie ring and helpless woiuen have in every instance heen raised from their beds. aud after a short treatment have been enabled to walk from one toteu miles daily, aud take much other exercise. The wives of some of our niost distinguished men as Clergymen, Members of Legislature, Stale and United !s tales Senators, dec, have been success fully treated by Motorpathy after every slher sys tem had proved worse thau useless. We are per mitted to refer to, and give the names aud address ot these ladies, to ladies oulv. Those who have gone through long courses of treatment under diltt rent systems, aud have tried Homos inthy aud Water Cure combined from one to three yenrs without material oenelit, have been entirely restored by our vitalizing treatment in ufew week's No stays, pessaries; or supporters are used in this Institution. We consider them all very niju nous, and immed'ately throw thvin on the organs are made to assume thiur natural position the pa tieut is immediately put upon her leet, aud no ef forts of hers can produce displacement. All that is then required is statumiuation and Ihe use of cold waier, exercise, &c, to re-gain her general health. In these cases water is only used HSail aid not as a necessity as an auxiliary, not as a cure. It is unnecessary to mention the various grades of diseases successfully troated here. Suffice it to say, Motnrpathv cures Prolapsus Uteri, Retrover sion, partial Inversion, Auiiversian, ludutation. Hardness, EnUlgemeut, Tumefaction, Congestion, Ulcerations, Scorofulnus Tumors, Tubercular For mations, Lncorrhfea, Amennorrhrea or painful ob structions, Unitary difficulties, Dyspepsia, Conve nes s, and in most c tines the most stubborn sterility. Indeed nearly live thousand caes of Uterine dis eases have beet) cured without a future. Motorpa thy does not admit of a failure, if the patient stays a sufficient length of time to re-gaiu her geueral strength. We have a register with a history of every case, address, &.C., which enables us to. prove every as sertion we make, and Stand ready at all times to do so. Ths severe test we have been put to in curing the worst prntracled nnd rejected cases ol Prolap sus Uteri, makes us so entirely confident of success in every case, that we are willing to deposit in any hank the sum of $1,000 againsi the equal amount, that wn can cure, under ordinary circumstances, any case of ProUpnus Uteri, it pnt under our Crtie. Motorpftlhy is a sure cure in all c ises of Incipient Consumption, Bronchial, Spinal, Bilious aud ner vous Diseases. We have too male ami one female Physician. O All communications should b addressed to H. Halsted, M. D.v Rochester, N- Y. N. ti. Stimulated by out success, many water cures have started in this city, which may mislead strangers Unlens thev are careful to inquire for Hal sted Hall, No. 299 Buffalo street: IVOTRE, ALL persons interested will take notice tmst Emetine Miller on the seventh day of Novem ber A. D. 1851, sued cut a writ of attachment from the Court of Common Pleas, of Ottawa county, in the State of Ohio, against William Shoemaker for the sum of ten thousand dollars; which writ has beea served and returned. S. A. SMITH, Clerk. Febmery 14, 1852, MEDEI ONE DEPOT DR UGS. MEDICINES. PAINTS. OILS, DYE-STUFFS. &c Cheap for Casb or approved Credit. First door South of 0. L. Kim. J. P. WOOSTER, HAS ON HAND, and is constantly receiving di rect ftom New York, the largest and best as sortment of Drags, Medicines, Physicians' Glass were, Ac. ever offered In this market, which will be sold SO per cent lower than was ever offered in this place. His stack consists in part of Ihe following: 50 ot. Sulph Quinine. ': 30 Gum Arabae do 25 dra sulph Morphine, i 11 Bote Sulphuric Ether '25 ox Salicine, 10 do Acetic do ?5ox Chiniodine. j 50 do Aqna Ammonia Blf 12 oxStrychuiue, I 50 Spts Nitre Dulcis, 25 ox Iodine, i 10 lbs Eng Calomel, 100 Gum Camphor, j 10 ox Tumming, 25 Gam Gpiura, Turkey; 5 gals Cod Liv-r Oil pars 211 ox Hiiierine. 24 Bote Rushton & '20 nx Kreosote, J Clarke do 10 Lnnar Caustic, crys-i 30 Gais Castor Oil, tallied, 10 Sweet do 10 Furs 1 80 Lump do summer 4. 10 Common j wiuterstraiued, 20 lbs Gum Mvrhh ! TO PA INTERS. WOO lbs Day Lead pure 500 do do po 00 Ground in oil 50 French Green ?n Chrome Greene, Blark. 20 Chrome Yellow, 2 tibia spta Tajpentine, 20gs:sCopel Varnish for l-arriages, . 25 Turpentine do 10 Japan do for dyes Paint Brushes, Varnish do of svsry 30 American! Vermillion j Chimera do 10 Prussian Blue 5 Drop Black, Bbl Eddys refin'd lamp description. xo Milliners- White Glue a verysuperior article, American, Isinglass Brimstose. Liqnors. 40 gala Brandy dark pure Bbl Port Wine 21 oo Pale pure Bbl Sweet do Bbl Rom Bbl Sour do Bbl Gin Bbl Alcohol 92 per cent It is generally admitted thai Wooster keeps the beat Liquors in Town. Titos wanting Liquors for Medicinal purposes would do well to call Fremont, Aug. 9, 1850. ' WASHINGTON LIFE IXSURE AXCE COM PANY OF CINCINNATI, OHIO Capital, 500,000. Chartered by the State of Ohio, Charter Perpetual. JOINT STOCK AND MUTUAL. ALL the advantage which can be secured by Life Insorauce in any office in this country may he had in this company. California risks taken on the most favorable terms. All liabilities paid in money after proof of death. E. M. GREGORY, Pres'U S. F. CART, Sec'y. G. W.GL1CK. Agent for Fremont. Feb. 28, 1853. Clocks, Watches, Jewelry. REMOVAL, C?L rpHE SUBSCRIBER has removed his jfo -L Sloe OI Jewelry to the ehop recently prepared for that purpose, two doors North of his former place of business, and having just returned from lMew York city with a large and complete aa- sortment of - Clocks, Watches, Gold-Pens, Jewelry, dec, is prepared to accommodnle the public with any article iu his line, at reduced prices. His Watches, gold and silver, of all patterns. are unescelled in richness and utility; his Clocks con sists of various kinds and qualities, and are warran ted. An excellent assortment of tiold reus, txolu and Silver pencils, of the most approved manufac ture. A splendid assortment of gold and silver fin ger-rings, ear-rings, lockets and breast-pins, all of the latest patterns. Also, a general assortment of Musical Instruments, and a large quantity of tors for little folks. Watches, Clocks, &c , repaired on the shortest notice. E. LEPPEL.MAN. Fremont, June 20, 1851. lyr. The People's -Grocery ! Bell's Old Conner, AT IT AGAIN! I HAVE JUST RECEIVED at my old Stand, Ihe largest and best lot of Hamburg Cheese everbrought to the placo. which customers need only taste, to make them wish it would neeer pet all. CIGARS AND TOBACCO, from 3 centers to "penny grabs," and twenty yars old, warranted pure and unadulterated, selected by a competent Judge, expressly for our own use, and is certainly the beat article in Fre mont. It Will recommend itself to all competent judges, anil needs noprtittWfd certificates to bolster it up. GERMAN WIN E f the best article ever brought to the county. Also a large variety of other brandies, from the cheapest to the best, which mv customers can have cheap for .he dimes, w mei and Gin in anv quantity, ONE HUNDRED BARELS WHISKY various brands, which we are selling cheaper than anvhody else, and a better article too. Particular attention is paid to the Liquor department, and our customers shall have good articles in an) quantity not prohibited by law. We keep all articles usually kept in such estab lishments, Slipper excepted, and will sell cheap for cash. Come one, come all, and try the People's grocery. Remember the place Bell's Old Cor ner. Look out for the roads leading in other direc tions, for some of them lead towards Jericho, and on know what happened the chap of old. that tra veled iu that direction. JOHN SHRENK, For M. A. i?HREnk. Fremont, January 17th, 1852. Drugs, Medicines, Paints, OILS, VARNISHES, Ac, &c. SBCJCKLAIVD A CO. have just receiv eda very large lot of Drupe, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs; Glass, Glass-ware, Perfutnerr, Ac-, which they would earnestly solicit those wishing anything n the line to call and examine before purchasing Ise where, as we think it will be verv mdeh to their advantage to do so, for we pledge ourselves to sell AS &00D ARTICLES! as can be bought in the Eastein markets at as Io v a price as our neighbors ask for a poor article. Having been for ten years iu the Drug Businkss n this place, we think we know something of the wants ol its inhabitants, and while we would return ur thanks for the very liberal patronage we have received; we promise to spare no pains for thf, fu ture in giving our customers the full value of their money in Good Guous. We do not think it necessary to enumeAte our rticles, nor the quantity we have, (or havo not,) of ach article, oiitnee it to say we have a COMPLETE ASSORTMENT I nd enough of each to supply alldeinands, andam- ple arrangemenlsto buy more. We would ask Physicians to call and examine r Drugs nnd Prices before going to Tiffiu citv Sandusky city, or elsewhere, as we do know that we can sell as cheap as any of them, and we are bound to do It anv how. TO PMNTlRS AND ALL WHO WANT PAINTS ! We would sav that if our Paiuts are notfirst-rate nd all we recommend them, we a'ill pay all dam ages. We do not ask you to take our word tor it; ask any Painter in Fremont and they know, for they have used them if Rucklalds' is not the best place to buy any kind of Paints, or Porte Lisiksd Oil or Varnishes. Don't foi get the place. No. a, Bncklnnd't Brick Block; S. BUCSLAND fc Co. rrsmost, October JSth, 191. 'Zoo outor the Car, when the Bell llimge9 JOHN P. DATIVES at SOS? Are not receiving at the, Rail Road Store, No. I, Dockland'. Block, their PALL & WINTER GOODS I OUR stock of Goods needs no blowing and puffing such ss is frequently inflicted on the publlc-"-eonsisting of mere sound nd fury, minifying noliing It is sot is ooh lis. What we say of oar goods, we intend shall be free front Gat, A little misturs of itraight-fonrard common sense m iDTrsTistsa.ia these dsvs of House, and Prktkrce, is refreshing. The people of Ssndusky snd adjoining counties hare already made the diseoeery that they can bny CHEAPER tfc BETTER OOODS at J. P. Hatsks St Soss' Ihsn al any oteer place in Northern Ohio, as the crowds which rush te the Railroad Store, prove. So far as regards our ssles heretofore, ear meet ssuguiue expectations hare been more than real ised, and are would do injustice ta our feelings, if we 'ailed to return our thanks and most greatfulae knowledgeinents for the very libersl patronage that has been been bestowed upon us, and to eentinus to recsivs that patronage, we base largely increas ed onr STOCK OF MERCHANDIZE forthe Fall and Winter Campaign. Our stock was purchssffd during the late stringency in the Money Market in New York, snd at time when goods were lower than they have been in the last ten Tears and they will be sold at correspondingly low rnts. W e have spared ao pains in oar Fall and Winter rurchases ta make our stock . More Attractive than Erer! - It consists in part Jf 300 piecesof Merrimacand Cochece Prints; 1 00 pieces Dress Goods, from Is to 8s: 100 Bay State sad Scotch Long Shawls rrom 92109s; nsxatMriaVjgrws, Shoes, Drrss Trimmings, Ribbons, and aomber. less other articles for the Ladies. Call snd see them whether tou hnv nr not. TO GENTLEMEN. Ws have Costs, Pints, and Vests, from thedfareti to tbe dteapett fabric. Orer Coats from S3 to 114. Lhirts and Drawers, Boots and shoes. Hats & Caps Also a large assort men! of Cloths, Csssimeres, srt linets. Tweeds 20 percent cbesperthas last fall So eome en Gentlemen, and you shall be auited to your liking, aud no miatske bothaa to prices and quality. Our sis Peuny Goods are Ihe Balm Fremont and the Railroad store has taken ths Premium for the best 16 lbssuror for SI: IS yards Brown Muslin for SI 16 Yards fast colored Prints lor eight shillings: 10 Ihs'icoii Rio Coffer for $1. 5 lbs Cotton Tarn for 7 shillings; Parker Mill Nails at $4: SO pieces all wool flannel foe 2a a yard: sole leather at 16c; Up per leather at Tanner.' Prices; Molasses at Three shillings! Satinets at four shillings, good snough fur the President. Also the largest assortment of CROCKERY, eeeropeaedin Fremont. To enumerate our stock is useless. .We wsbtd only say that in our assortment can bs found every thing appertaining to the trade. Come one Come andie convinced lhatihis U a true bill.' .:, ETCash paid for Wheat, Corn, and Oats. ITT All kinds ef Produce taken In exchange far Gooda J. P. HAYNES St SON. Railroad store, 1 . Fremont, Oct 1151 J ". Hard-ware Store! TRIUMPHANT! THE BOYS ELECTED. rnllE QUESTION SLT J. TEED, at last, that at a regular Hardware Establish' ment is the plsee to bny Goods in that line, ss the rush tot.ie HARD WARE STORE! for the last mouth fully proves. The 'Boys' lake this opportunity to return their sincere thanks for the increased patronage with which they have been favored, andto show that they are not entirely an. grateful for past favors, they base brought en the LARGEST ASSORTMENT! of Hardware and Iron to be found in Northern Ohio, which they now offer at unpsralelled low prices. . We invite the attention of all Northern Ohio to the fact that we are now selling IRON AND NAILS , lower than any other establishment in the State. -' .. A complete assortment ef Hardware pnrchased direct from Manufacturers, teens'isting o( House and Cabinet trimmings. Carriage and Harness trimmings. Carpenter's tools. Blacksmith's tools, Cooper's, Farmer's, Mason's and Tanner's tools, leather and f indings, Sash, t-rluss, rutty, rumps, Lead pipe, etc., dec. . CHAIN PUMPS! Manufactured to order, with an improvement in ths way of fatent Cast Iron Curbs, CiiUlery, Steel, Guns and Gun Trimmings, ends general assortment of House Keeping articles; Stoves and Tin-Ware! Stove-pip, EavH-tTovghi, t Con'dueXor. And all kinds of Tio-ware constantly on hand, and inantifactnlred to order. Qeaairing done at the shortest notice and iu. the best maliheh Work warranted al the Fremont Hardware etora Tyler Block, opposite the Uaok sign of the Jnsinnieth Pad Lock. . .... . CANFIELD & MITCHELL. Fremont Nov. 1, 1851. . BtCREV E BOOT AND SHOE AND Readymade Clothing Store. TIIKVOSCRiBERSwouldrespectfully an. 1 ounce to thecitizena of Sandusky and ad join i n l counties, that they havejuat received the Larijest & best selected stock Of Boolt t Shots thai nave ever been offered In this market- Having purchased our Booth and Shoes directly of the manufacturers at their lowest cash prices, we ure prepared to sell the Same at a Saving to our cus tomers of 25 per cent from theold prices even in this market ao noted for selling goods at cost. J Our stock consists in part of 497 pairs Gent's Calf, Kipp, and Stoga Boots; 231 Boy's do Youiii'sdo Ltdie's do do do do do do do 81 237 195 127 do do do - BooteeS, Shoetees, Gaitors, Kid Welt Buskins, 350 187 do B. ft. do 211 Misses Bootees. Gaitors & Buskins. snd of children's shoes too man of all kinds to enumerate. We have also a very fine srticls of French Cl.' skin, Lining, Bindings, Pegs, te., ftc, to ssll at very tow nargaina to tne trade. H. . Roots and Shoes br the tale at a very noerai acauctiou troui relatlprices. Amongst our READY-MADE CLOTHING we have blue, brown, drab, and grey besverOver coats; black, dress, frock and sack, hrown frock and saek,-heeps grar, ctisaimsre. tweeds stid jeans ioeis: eassimere, satmett, eordurov. sheeps grsv. and velvet pants:. black snd.fsncy satin, csseimere. silk, worsted, snd satinet! Vests, wrappers, Dra ers Linnen Bosoms, sud Hickory shirts; collara, suspenders, comforters, caps. Over-alls: carpet Bags, Umbrellas, with articles of other kinds toe numerous to mention. ll may be necessary for other establishments to use Gass, but if you want a good articlei first rile article, warranted article, eall at ths Buckeye, Boot, Shoe, and Ready Hade CLOTHING STORfci snd you will be sure te find the article deairri. . . HALL Bl GASTOJT. Fremont Nov. 22, 1851. Taliiabte Land for Sale. TlfE subscriber will sell 1 60 acres of excellent tiinberedland, lying near Hamer's Corners. LA.Vl. KAWSUM. rnasBet, Msy 3d, !$! 4w. ; , THE BEST REMEDY EVER EJTOWif' To mm for Coughs, Asthma, Colds, Crokp; ' Bronchitis, Iiiflusasa, Blredinr ef the l.angs, ' Difficulty of breathing, Livtr AnVctiona, Pain er. weakness of the Breast r 8 ids, First stages of PnHMmntins. A C . T In short, this Bs'ssm is psentailry sdapiea te ev- , cry disease of ths lungs and liver, which is pro. duced in onr ever-varying climate. WILD CHERRY has long beea liwei to possess importeut nisdiciftal prcjn mhs, This fact is familiar to srerv matreh iuotir labdi- and physiciaha Often prescribe ii in different Ivrl" tor a variety off somplaints. I art also, has beea equally noted for its virtoes; and some physicians whose names are familiar to the whole country! have gone so far as 10 declare Ibat even CON SUMPTION could be cured by lht alooe, i4 other bands, sgsin, u was nearly valueless eiat no dount, to ineir ignorance in preparing asxl ". ministering it a difficulty now entirely bvia!ad by patient experiment snd long eiperirneet - ; 'J he extraordinary medical Dowers of thesS twat substances are now, for the first time,, can. hiatal snd embodied in DR. WldTAR'8 BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY. By a niee chemical pr eeas, everything deleterious or useless is rvjactedf ss thst what remains is tbe most extraordinsry reel truly efficacious remedy for all kinds ef prtlea ry and liver diseases ever known to men. . Teeoil. since all unbelievers that our theory is really unl we refer to a few eases of cures psrfurmed by thhf wonderful medicinei . '- Plislas Rnioa, Ham. eo, O. Sept. 27, 'tii J. D. Park Dear Sir: I tskstks liberty of sd vising vou of the benefit I bava derived frees the use of Dr. Wistar'a Balaam of Wild Cherry !. 1 was prostrated by that terrible scorge. consiinaM tion, ia May last. . TheJ attack wss trhfy harKiyii g to me. for five ef ocr family, (My brothers and sif ters,) had died ef eoosumption. 1 wss afflicted with nearly all the worst features of lbs disease, f had a distressing cough, aud expectoried s grout dea 1 of blood, hectic fever, severe pains in Ihe sidd and chest, cold chills, altsrnsting with flashes of heat and eopioue night sweats. . J waa under the cars of a skillful physicisa, front the time I waa taken aick until about aix weeks since, being, then about helpleas, and my friends considered my case hopelesa, or at least beyond eur Physician's skill, advised the use of Wistar'a Bal aam of Wild Cherry. Without my knowledge my father procured it, and commenced administer, ing it to me, and from the first day i eommeuere) taking it my health improved, and in two weeks from ths tima I commenced using it, 1 was able 14 be ont and oversee my business, and labors which I still Continue to do. I have taksn four bottles ot the medicine, and now consider myself perfect! wsll. JEREMIAH ISCRIGO. ' Another Astonishing Ciiro. -E. Kale, a highly rssysetabl sw.h sat ef Rush vills, Fairfield county. Obis, ssnl oa ths following voluntary tribute to - v ' - ' "DR. WlStAR'S BALSAat OF WU.B CHltSt." - ' ' Rushyills, Fairfield eo, O. April fl, '51. Mr. J. D. Park Dear 8ir: I wish tsstatsHi" you that my daughter, Amsndat kged 16 years; had, about a year since, a very Sever attack of measels, which reduced bee very moth; and left her with a racking cough. I employed ail the pha siciana within oar reach for Ihe purport ef reluev Ing hereougb, but without success. Shs eppear sd to bs sinking into a decline, with every symp tom ef consumption. ' I then tried Dr. " Roger's Liverwort snd Tsr." Uut that aggravated her cough, and gave Her symp toms of a still more taatigrisnt character, i wai now moat seriously alarmed, and it wss with Irani bling fear that I from day to day, ssw the progress of thai insatiable disease, Aoasuruptititf . 1 realty despsired of my daughter's recovery? But I provS idvntially aaw the certificate of Jonathan Coulaoa. whose dattghter, Sarah Jane, was cared of Cse sumption by "Wistar'a Balsam of Wild Qb-ry,- this crested a faint hops that it mij-kt help my daughter, and 1 immediately eommeuced tiling ill and it almost instantly gave relief, her health was improved from the first bottle, and by the ass ef two bottles ef "Wistar'a Balsam ef Wild Cherry, l. ..... -A I,..U, Bn.l ifc, I. t.n. nowat all predisposed to a congb. I will eay te those that are afflicted whff any Swi ease tending to consumption, do not despair, tot Ds. Wis tar'. Balsam of Wad Cherry will ears Toot if you will but try it. E. KALB. The genuine Wistar'a Balsam ef Wild CherrjP has a fae simile of the signature of Henry Wisrer M. D., Philadelphia, and "San ford Sc. Park" on a finely executed ateel engraved wrapper- So othsf can be genuine. . - . ST Price SI per bottle sis bottles for $S, Sold by ri. D. Perki Cihftiffnati. O. North east corner ef Fourth and Walnut sta ea. trance on Walnut street to whom all Order must be addreeaed. . : ; Sold in Fremont by S. BUCKLAND & Go. And by W. C. Baker, Castalis: 3. flofeliiris St ' Son, Bellevoe: W. " Brarier, MillgrovSs Charles Powers, Woodviile: Foster A Son, Rsrtie; H.m' iltou A. McCartney. RepiiMic: I; t.. St. joliu. Tf fin citv. anv P. V Beery k BreY. Green Cfoek. ' Fremont. February 28, 'II If -. :. Or. Gnysott's Improved Extrttfci Yellow Dock and Sarsaparillft. ' Ths original and only genuine Treparatim for th perntanent cure of coosuiupiiou.anit disensee of Ihe Lungs when they are eupppeed lobe aifeeted by the two free use of Mereury, Iron, Quinine, Ad IT WILL CURE. WITHOUT FAIL-, s Pcorofnla or Kings Evil. Cancers; TnmbrS. E ruptions of ths skiii, Erjsipeios, Chronic sore eyes. King worth or I etters, beald Head, Ilheumatisnv Pains in the bones er joints, old Sbres snd Ulcere; Swelling of the glands. Syphilis; Dyspepsia, Salt Rheum, Disease of Ihe Kidneys, lose of Appetite, Oissasa arisihe from the hie of Mercurv. Pairi ia . Ihe side and shoulders, G-rnersl Debililyi Drcpsj- uunibago, Jaunoice ana "osiivenesa. .- . - . , ths Best i'tmalt Medicine Kioto J - ...... . . i ine enaser preparea iriiow, iock-, ana the Red Honduras Saraaparilla, are the invaldablei remedial agehte from which -'Dr..iGuiibtt'a lm proved Extract of TeKow Dock hn'd Sarsaparilla". is formed; sad the laboratory of Dr. GuYsbtl has given as tbe virtues of these roots In tlirir perfect, tion. His preparations ebhlaitis fell Ills restorstive properties of the roots, combihi-d and coacerJtratcd iu their utmost strength and efficacy. Experiments acre made in the manufacture of this medicine, until it was found that it could bat be further improved. . . Aebortlingly, ere find it reeortcrl to almost uhi."rsr sally, in cares of Hspstic, fcorh'utic and Outane O.UB Complaints, for general proatraftoii of the vital powers, and all thoae tormenting diseases of ths skin so trying ta lha patieucei ahd so injutioUt U ; health; . ; The following Utter is from a higbiy respectable phyeician. who enjoya an extensive praatieet . Navarre; gtark Ce . O , Nor. I. lSSL Dr. John D. Park Dear Sirl 'Dr. GaysMt'd Extract of Sarsaparilla. 7 This medicine has bera; prescribed by me for the last ihree years, with good effect, in general debility. Liver complaint, jaun dise, Dyspepsia, Chronic ahd Nervosa diseases. Id all Female complaints it Certainly is unequalled. In the use of this meeicihe the paiiWt cobstaot. . consideration. I l is pleasant to the tests snd smell, . Snd can be Used by persons with the most delicatd stomachs, with safety, under any circumstances, f am a'psakihg from experience, aud to the fefilitted I adviss its use. DR. J. S. LEEPER; - u s rice a- per Domr six vsuiv. inr f . t . . . !Nldby J. U. r AKK, Cinsiansti, O. . North east corner of Fourth and Walnut St ea- trance on vv atnut to whom all order must bs sddressed. ' - . - Sold in Fremont by S. BtjCrLNn A ' And by Wheldoh Sl Rhode, SanSoskT city: Si Hutchins &. Son. Bfllevbe; W. C. Baker. Caslal- ia: W. .Bradner, Hill Grove.: Charles Pew. raj Woodviile; Foster St Son, Rome; "Hsmilttia it McCartney, Republic; and I. L. St. Jobs. tla: . r:emat,rbriiTy 28, 1IS1. If , j f