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15 Vcl to t .-T8.'..VT?. Til lT BST IlEMEDY EVER. KNOWN To n'wn for Conglis, Astlimn, Culds, Croup, j lirnnchilis,-lnllu"ia, Ileeiinff 01 uie Iuugs, Difficulty of breathings Liver Affections, Pain or . weakifes ef th Breast or Side-, First stages of j Consumption, &c... N ', In shur, this H.'snm ts peeidailry adapted Is ev- I ery dtK-'ase oftlie Iniirnml liver, which ie pro- i iced in ever-vuTyiirg oliiniite. TXTIDD C'llEKKV has long been known V V lo posei-a important medicinal properties. This fact to familiar lo every mafrnn iu our laud, mid physicians often proscribe il ra differenl forms Tur a variety of complaints.- ;Tar, also, has beeu qmllr noted for its virtues; wtd some physicians, whose sanies are familiar to' the whole country, - ive eM so. fat as to declure that- even CON- tSU MP Tit KN could be cored by that alone. In oilier hands, agaiu, it was nearly valueless, owing, ilottht, to their iVnorance in preparing and ad juiuisteruij it a difficulty 'now entirely obviated bv patient experiment and long experience.' ha extraordinary medical, powers of these tn-s atuhstances are now. for the first lime, combined nd embodied in DR. - W ISTAR'S J1ALSAM Of V ILD CHERRY." lly oiee chemiciri pro cess, sveryMuog delslerious or useless ierejected, that wliat reinaius is the most extraordinary aud truly Oiiiacious-reniedy for alt iinds oj pnSmona- " rv and liver diseases ever known lo man. To con vince all unbeliever that our theory is really true, refer-to a few case of cures perforated by this ' wonderful nwdicin: : !.". . r n . Plkai.'MT Rfoi Ham. w, O. Sept. 27, "51. - J.' D. Park t)ear Sir-!! take the likerty of ad- Ttsinff tori of I He benefit? I have derived from the "use of lr. Wislnf'r Blam of VViU Cherry. I was prostrated-, by thai terrble trtfrge,' consump- itHMi, i-MarlasV---Tfaoilack as truly horrifying to me( for live ofocr family, (my brothers and sis ters, fcntl died f cHu'Piou.; l was afflicted . 1 . .. .. . r J: I with nearly all r.ie worst icaiurca oi me unease. lind A iriilrsiiig Cough, and eipeclora'ed a great -te (of blood, hectic fever, severe pains in- the side ' mid chest, cold chills-, alternating -with flushes of lieat aud copious night sweats. ' I was under ihe caroof a skillful physician, from the time J was taken" rick until about six w eeks since, being then about helpless,1 and lriy" friendr sui.ered miv case hopeless, or atleast beyond our 1'hjsicisn's skill, advised the use of Wiatar's Bal aam of Wild Cherrir. Without my knowledge tny father procured it, and cotnmenced administer , inc it tome, nd from tlis first day i commenced taking It ny health jni(wov! -and in two weeks from the time 1 eummeueed nsiii) it, I was abls to tie out auduversee in) business, and labor, which I still eoiitinne to do.' 1 have taken four bottles nl the medicine, and now consider mvself perfectli . A t V -JEXEMiAIl ISCR1GG. - Anotlicr AslonisliinK Cure. " E; Kalb, highly reayeclabls inerchant of RnsU tille. Kail field coniiiy, Ohio, sent us the fsllswing 'srolnntary tribnle to ' ' ;"Hi i -3 'f "DR."-rlSTAR's' B.itSAll'.OF; tVILD CHCTtllT." ' ' ' : RushrHle, Fairfield co, 0 April 6, 'SI. Mf. J. D. Park iJearSir:! wish toslalet Tou thnt oij daughter, "Amanda, aged 16 years, had. ahom year fhrce, a very sevrro attack of measels, wbioh. seduced' her .very umch, nd lefi lier with racking cough. I employed all lh phy- nicians within our reach for the purport of remov ing her couli, but without success. She oppear-"-ed lo hs sinking 1to a decline, with every symp- r0om t eattsuniuiion-' '. . I then tried Dr. Rogsr's Liverwort and Tar." Hal thalnggravated4rrugh, and gave hersymp- lams of a still more niatiguant character. 1 was '-" now roost seriously alarmed, aud it was with trem . bliug fear that I from day to day. saw the progress mf thai insatiable disease, consumption. I really despaired of my daughter's recovery. Bot I prov identially saw the certificate of Jonathan Coulssn, -whose daughter. Sarah Jane, was cured of Con . sumplioa by'Wuter' iialsim fif Wild Cherry;" this created a fuiut hope that it migkl help my k daughter, and I immediately commenced using il, 'and it almost instantly gave "relief, her lieallh was " impfoved from Hi first bottle, and by the use of f-pts-o bottles of Wistar' Balsantof Wild Cherry," n ah was restored to perfect health, and she is not now'nl all predisposed to a coup!. -. r - "'.' .1 wilf any to those that are afilicted with any dis--1. ' easa leading lo consumption, do not deipaif. for Dr. W uter's-- Balsam f Wild Cherry-will core you, - ''"ft voir wilt tut tryit.''- . . -1. KALB. J, The genuine Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry ,1ms a fao siniile of the signature of Henry Wislur M. D., Philadelphia, and "Sanford &. Park" os a finely executed steel engraved wrapper. No other ess be genuine - , v - - - - k - r.-- ff3 Pric $t per bott!e; boltlea for $5. - 8ld by. i J- D. Park, Ciociunati, O. - North east comer of Fourth .and Wsluul sts en tiaiieeon Walnut street lo whom all orders . U must be addressed. Sold in Fremont by S. BUCKLAXD A. Co. s - And by Vli C Baker, Castalia: J. Hutchins &. Son, Bellevoe; W. Braner, Millgrove; Charles 'Powers, Woodville: Foster & Son, Rome; Ham-, iltoo & McCartney, RepuWict I. L. Strjoho, Ti " 'tin citv.aal P. V. JJeery & Bro., Green Creek. v Freinont, February 28, '5 J Iy AGENTS y ANTED, : To Sell Sew and Popular Books. WE are iu want of Agents to ranvais this part flhe State for oar nenBook. v A small capital of but $10 or $15 will be requir ed to commence with, end an, unlive person can ara from $3, GO to $5,00 per day. Some of oar Ageai earn much more... Those desirous of engaging in ijiis profitable business, may obtain our plan of operation, and a Sisl of our Publications, .hv addressing. pot paid, .- . M-F. TOOKER & CO., 1 sNo: 10 Saperior St, Cleveland, Ohio. . Drugs, RledicineSy L Paints, OILS. VAKAJSIIES, A-.? &c. Q BCCKLAD Sc CO. hvejut recoir- IO ed very largelot ef Drnfrs, Paint, Oils, Dye " Stuffs, Glass, Ghiss-wnr, Perfumery, A c., which they would earnestly so tic it those wishing anything ia the line to call hhA examine fore purchnsingr elsewhere, as we think it will be very much lo their ad?antage to do so, for we pledge ourselves to sell Sw AS GOOD AH TIC LES! mm ean b bought in the Eastern markets at as low 1 a sriet as our neignuorsasa lor a poor article. -I Havinff been foritM-years iu the Dnua Business - - m this place, we-think we know somelhitig- of the wants ol its inhabduls, and while wj would return -oar thanks for the very liberal patronage we have '2 reeeived, we promise to spare no pains for the fu j tare ia eivinfour customers llie full value of their money in. Good Goods.: - I i Wa Aa uat think' it secMtnrr ts nnniRrnt our articles, erlhe quantity we have, (or have uot,)of each art tele; Suffice it to say we have a - t COJIPLETE ASSOKTMFT! and enough of each fo supply ulldemands, uudam ' sle arrangements to buy more: We would ask Physicians, to call and examine Tanr Trogs and Prices before poing to '1'ifiiu city, Sandusky city, or elsewhere, as we do know that we can sell ascbenp as any of litem, aud we ara benud la do it any how - iLifoiPaTKTEBS - 1 AN&'aLt miO WANT PAINTS I . . Wi woul.Jf ?r it- .1 .': .-' t snd al-i Wf! f(i!ijr ;ui;tj7 xy.-.y r ' r.L- ajro. --iV-o--k -al 4(v- -;. . - -r tf- . " I'-v-'-.i-r '..-. .,'! it .i4 i:. .-. , ' . ; piac: .-.tij jdi -S ijii r -:' "' fti ' 's:e; KAIL-ROAD STORE. r rrefns.ut,Nov. 9. 'SI QlLKS,satinB,alpaccas, law us, ginghams, Sfcc - v PAKC,EB,, Colum&m AvamieSandusky CsVy, Ohio. LADIES' Shawls, Dresses, Bonnets, Ribons, Hose, &c. , colored and finished in a superior manner. Also Oeutleniens'CoMts, Pmitsoiid Ve-'ta dyed and pressed in the best style. Faded Coats restored to their former brilliancy. - Brocha and Marino Shawls, and Kid gloves bsHUlifuliv rleaned. July 17. iBiJ ly F. R. CDMSTOCK. o RANGES, Lemons and Raiitins just received by express, for sale by J. DOUGHERTY. NAILS. Frenionllrr.il Co.'s Nails, manufac tured at Trov. N. Y., at - Hatkks' CODFISH ulauperiur quality at HaysksChup Stork. Sale of ltcal Estate by- Order of Court- Ol N Saturday the 25th day of September next, at Hotre i Frenioul, Sanduskvcnmitv, Staif of Ohio, will h sold lu tlid tiigltest bictHtrt 1h folltmhiy reul rNtt n ttte property cf George Hupp, de Ce"""tli to wit : m The north Wt'st quarter of eetion twenty-four, 24 north of rantje fourteen, I I containiiiir one huinlretl and sixty acres; also, ih west half of the south-west quarter of secliou twenty-four, 24 of township four, (4) north of ruiige fourteen, ( l-t) eontMinincr ihty acres of lanj, without any in cnMbrance by dower. - s 160 acres appraised $1,000; 80 acres appraised $400. Terms of a!e. One lliird down, one ihird in one and one iliird iu two Years with interest, se cured by mortgage. JOHN SHUPP, Adm. of - Jchn Rupp, Deo. Eclectic Physicians. DOTOKS Wm. Karshner A, Win. H, Knepple. Oilice: South East corner of Pike nud Front Streets, Fremout. Ohio, where out or both of us w ill be fuuud at all limes lo attend lo Professional calls. ' Fremont, July 2!th, lo-J 'r. ' 9al of Heal Estate by order of Court. ON the second day of October, 1851, al2 eclocl P. M ., at the door of the Court house, iu the town of Fremont, Sandusky count, Ohio, will be sold to the highest bidder, Ihe following rent estate as the properly of William Barriuger, deceased, to rit: ;-, . - -.- " i - . - ' -The east half of ihe'aonlh-trest qnarter of aee tion thirty-one, ton-n.-hip four, rnge fourteen, containing seventy-eighl hud fifty four oue huu dredlhs acres. - . NANCY BARRIXGSR, ff. 3, Guardes. Bibles! Bibles! SO FAMILY BlIIaLESfromsjel 50to$fT end an fjimntitv ofsmnll Bibles ofeverydo scriptiou from 50 cents to &3 00. Also, a lurot variatv of Prayer Books anl SwhSath schcol books for sale at S. CUCKLAAD & Co, Oct. 25. 'M r IVotiCC. TS hereby given that a petitirn will be presented ito the commissioners of- bandusky county al their session in Jiimie next, for a county road.com meucinfr at the ceuir of section 27, tow nshtp 5, rnnpe 15, rtinninjf thence south Lo the Western Reserve and Mvuuiee Road. Aprdfl. 195 i. , IVotieo IS herein given thnt a petition will be presented to the Trustees of Gresnrreek township. Smi dufky county, and State nf Oiito, oti ihe 2J Tu-s-dav iu Octoher, A. I. 1552, for the laying out ol a Township Uoad, commencing at the north-east eoener of the north-east quarter of the north-east quarter of sectroru thu-ty-three, (3 i and run south lo ihe south-east corner of (he sonih-est quarter of the north east quarter of snid section, Ihiriy-lhree, from taence eat to the south-weft comer of the east part of the north west quarter of fractional section thirty-four, all in tow nidi ip number four, Sanduskv county. Stats ofOhio. . Sept. l". !P5i. s WEEDS'andPittsburel Iroi at lb Important to Uioe AlHictcd! PATTJEUSOX, E LECT ICS WOUKD inform the citizens of Clyde and vi cinity that we have permanently located here, for the purpe of Practicing Medicine: and by our prompt attention, and successful cures, wc hope to paiu a hbeiul share of patronuge. To those iho have been afiTcled for rear, and have tried every body, (as they say,) we would call their attention to this advertisement. . We don't pretend that all diseases iu ali stages can he cured, yet there is a curable stuge to all disease and a great many can be cured after they hve been pmnouiiced incurable by many: an I .others relieved so as to he comfortable, andfupn life. Jt is unnecessary eere lo enumerate all the diseases which flesh is heir to, and piml out the era Me stage of each , but call and we will tell you , without any charge, whether your particular case can be cured or not. - (- Especiul attention will be paid to Females who have Diseases peculiar to themselves. L. C. STONX, N. D. J. rATTKRSOS, H. D. . Jul 31, '51. . New Spring Summer B ? J.'.S.- Olmsted HAS JUST RECEIVED frcm New York a a targe slock of Goods, which he will et-11 as low as thy are sOI l at uny ftore in Fremont, or any olher pluce. Having purchased a LARGER STOCK, GREATER VARIETY and goods ef better quality, than heretofore, hp hopeti his old friends, and the public generally, will give him a shar of their patrouuge. in his Stock o f oods S will be found ni.ick. Brown, and blue mixed lrod cloths: black, mised aud fancy Cassimerfs: Sattin nets, Jeniis and Tweeds cloths; wliite reH, itd yellow Flannel; Calicoes, Ginghams mid Lawn: summer Shawls, b.'ack silk, pocket and dress hand kerchiefs; silk and colloii Parasols, lit-rnge df I j -lines: browu shirtings aud sheetings; Canton Fiatiuels, Black and Fancy S'dhs for Uressev; Ribbons, Check, Ticks, Mariners shirtings: ve--fings, cotton sfiiris and flrnwr: traveling hngi. sea-ing silk, skei 1 and s;ool tlirn f.,11. Ladies black, white, stitte aud mixed hosn; n jtootl aiiort mentfilkind cotton oves. LkM'h bl.uk and fmuy cwlond kid gloves; Wadding, llutling. Cot ton varn, FF"ick, Carpeting, together with inns) every olher description ol Goods to be feund iu e.ty or country stores. Groceries ! CO, -w..- ... ,.,r, ,. r,.i . .......s b cloves, (-inuaiiifii. blarch. scleral us, madder, indigo, ni'um. &c II a r d- are! Cross-cut. mill, han.l and wood-saw: cross-cut, mill, end hand saw tile: Sweed'a iron, 6-tl and l round bars; cut and wrought nai's; bant and hoop irfn: 'ftst F;Fing, aud American leet; A met t.!,o ve!e hay and itirti'iire forks; nial rods: Whit's Sinjiii'i:;!' and CuI!:jist cast steel axes; besides ou evtensive NSivtm',,1 nf t.-: - .I'-rj roof. imtEXT. Huler :k.arc?iiels.at H A VSKS. i - iar.T-.7- To Cabinet Makers. tOLDLEAF &. Urones of every description VJlaiid colors.just received at WOOslLR'b. FISH. White, at the Macherel and Cod, for sale RAIL ROAD STORE. In Chancery. Susannah Dickcu, . . ) , J vs.. , J ( Adorn Dlckfii " i rtlition for Dowsr. ' Jolin Dickenf lJ l -it Isaac Dickeu, J TU E said I-aae Dicken, a non resident of the Suie of Ohio, is hereby notified thnt the said Susaunuh Oicken, on the teuth d iv of September, A- O. t5i, filed iu th court of common pleas of iMinduskr countv, hiiU slate of Ohio, her petition setting forth that she is the widow and relict of Stephen lHcken, luts of said county; that on or about the I Olh day of February , l.fc52, lha said ic pheli Dickeil died, seiezd in fee simple of the fol lowin? described lands and tenements situate in the S:itd county of aadusky, 8ta1e of Ohio, to wit: Tht south etifcl quarter ol the north-west quar ler of uertioii thirly-five, contaittin? forty acres of ! luiid. Also, the wet half of (he 'outli-east quar ter, and the eat half of the souh - west qnnrlur of sc!in thirty- fire. contu:ninr ene liuudred and six ly acre-, ( 1 00) milking in n-l two hundred acres of laud, and aM in township number four. (4) north of ranps number fourteen, (14) excepting a certain tract of thirty-nine and ninety-live hundredths acres off the south purl of said one hundred nud sixty acre tn.ct, sold to Craijf Hunter, and that said de feudHUtft have the nrxt estate of inheritance in said lands, in which Paid litml, excepting as afore said, the snid usanah Dicken claims dower, aud prays the court to asigu the same to her. And the snid Isaac Dicken iu hereby notified thai unless he appear and plead answer, or demur to said petition within sixty days alter the eext term of said court, the matter ill said petition set forth aifaiust him, n il! he taken as confessed aud a de cree entered accordingly. BI KLAXD '& KVERETT, Sep!. 9, 165 i. Sol's, for Pet'r. CSiaitccry A'oliee. Ottawa comity Court of CuiuMon Pleas. William Curtis, ) vs C Samuel iVampbell and r Horace Oreen. t rTlHK said Samuel Campbell is hereby notified JL thai v iiiKim uurt.if, ol Hie county of Sandus kv, Stute of Ohio, has filed in Ihe Court of Com- moii Plena of the county of Ottawa aud Stute of Ohio, a Jhil in Chancery against him, the said Samuel Campbell, and one Horace Green, the substance and prayer of which hi. I is. That, on or hbout the llth d.iy of November, A. D. lb'39, Thomas Bennett purchased of one Stephen Crow, Jr., the north east buarter or the north weet quar ter ofsectiou number fourteen, iu township nuin her seveu, north of range number iifreei), iu Ot tawa county, Ohio, contain! ng forty acres of Jand more or less, and give two notes of fifty dollars each secured by a mottgage on the same premises as part of the purchase monep therefor, which m or 1 pa fie was recorded ou the first day of May, A, D. 1840, . That on the tweuty-fiet day of April, A. D. 84, said Bennett sold sold said land to one Sam uel Campbell of Erie county, iu the State of Ohio, for two bundled dollars, for one hundred of which juid Campbell ngreed to pav the notes and mort- jfge given to saiu Crow. Whereupon said Sen net executed to said Campbell a warranty deedtin fee simple for the premises aforesaid. That thexe is a mistake in the recording ofaid ciffrt irom sa;u uetineu tosaiu amueu. 'J'hal aid Curtis purchased said notes and mort capfs, tiltd his bill in Chancerv to sell the pre m i s aloresaid, and that upon sale ordered by court in due form he bid oil and pureliasea said laud, and took a deed therehr from the Master Com missioner of Ihe court ordering stjd sale; and on the 9Hth day of Novembrr, A. D 1843, by war rnly deed conveyed the premises to said Horace Green who look possession of the same. That said Campbell has brought his action of ejectment a If ai ut said Green ntver hiving paid the amount of said mortgage and notes. The suit! complninaiit prava th.it said Campbell my he eujuined from prosecuting said action of ejectment, and that the title ol brt'eii lo said prem ises may be quieted, or that said Campbell may be drcreeu to pay sid notes and mortgage, or in de fault that that said laud be sold lo pay the same mid for General relief; und said Samuel Campbell is hereby notified lh;tt unless he appear and piead answer or demur to sud bill 11 sixty d tys alter the next term ot said court, the matters and things therein dmrged against him will be laaeu as con fessed and a decree accordingly. LUCK LAND &. EVERETT, Sol's fur Coinp't. An-nst 12, 1862. Chancery JVoUce. Saudiuky county, Ohio, Court of Common Pleas Peter Slrohl, ) vs. Jaob Shell and ( ' John Voght. J JACtll SMELL and John Voght are hereby no tified that on the :i4ih day of August. A. D, 1H5 Peter Strohl of suid county, filed in the court of Common Pleas a bill in Chancery against them. setting forth 1 ml charging that on or about the 8th i.ay oi ' AuguM, A. D. 1540, Ihe said Jacob Shell ex rented and delivered to suid Voght a morlgnge (jfva lor ine east nail 01 me norin-wesi quurlei o' section number tweul v-nine '' in township five 5 range sixteen, 1(3 j cuntninin eighty acres of laud, in Saiuluiky county, Ohio, which morlgage w.is given to secure the payment of two promisso ry notes of even dte therewith. given by said Shell to said VojIi! or bearer, for fifiv-three dollars and thirty-three cents each, which saTd notes are now due and have become the property df said Strohl. Thai s tid Sirohl afterward purchased the same hind, mortgaged as aforesaid, for taxes from the Treasurer of said county, and after ten years had elapsed from the date of suid purchese, received and still holds the Auditor's deed therefor, and has ever since s iid purchase paid the ttxes on said land. That the sni com ihiinant after receiving said deed from the auditor of Sandusky county, as afore siid, took possession of said tract of land, and has made insti ig and valuable improvements thereon. That complainant has desired and of Ft red to re lease all tiis right and citle to said Shell upon pay ment, of the amount due him on said notes and mortgage, for taxes, interest and penalty by htm paid as aforesaid, und for Said lasting and valuable improVf nients, but that s iid Shell neglects ar re fuses so to do. Said bill prays that an account may be taken of what is clue the complain i.nt in the premises, aud that said land be sold to p;y the amouul thereof, and for general relief. And the said Jacob IipM and John Voght are hereby notified, that unless lhv eppear and plead answer or demur lo sii.i b 11 within sixty days after tho next term of said court, to be holdeu 111 said county, the matters and thing therein set foi ih against them will takeu es confessed aud a decree entered according' . AUCKLAND A EVERETT, Sol's, for Comp't. August. 14. 1S.V3. Mi!c ok' Ificul ftSAi.cie ) uriiet- o Court. Court of Common Pleas Sandusky county, O. Peiiijtiii to sell Lauds. Shub.l FT. Russel, Adm'r. of Shuiial Jiussell, dec'J. vs. Solomon N. Russell, et at BV virtue of an order of the Court of common pieas of S:iiidutky trui.ty, Ohio, I shall offiT lor wale at public vemiue, on the 18th day of Sep tember iipi. b.-tween t 1 bonis prescribed by law. al the door of the court house, tn said Sandusky . -p. I'lie ?.orl!i nail of the uii!h east fractional Quarter of ieeiM"ii 14, iu to.vnhip uu tiher 6, north ol range number l:.ciiiaiutiig 7.'1 and sixty-two hundredths acres: a'so "J2 .cres mi th west part of the north Inr1 of the south- wesl Ir-u ti'-.nl q:iitrt?r of fraction al seciion 19, in fractional township G . north of range J6, bounded as lb-lows: Beginning at a poet al I lie centre of the roid at the north-west corner of the said fractional section 1 II, teence east 2 rods thenee south and parallel with the section line to liig A I mi Creek, thence west to the west line oi aid section, thence north lo the p!hs of beginning. S. U RUSSEI.L, Adin. AdcniRi9li'nvn Nat? of Si4-;iS Instate w fey or5r of Court. OS !lie-M day of October iuxi, lfc5 1 at 2 o'clock P. iVl. at the door of Ihe court house in Fre mont, Sandusky county, Ohio, will be sold to the highest bidder, the following real estate as the property of Isaiah .Morris, deceased, to wit: The miiiivied fourth ' art of the north east quar irr of fricin;i see inn twelve, township five, . rili .! ran.H fifii t -iniiiiititf eighty and forty mie our hmt'lredih nlno, one undivided fourth pri ot the siiulh east part ol t.he south west quar ter, fractional section one, township five, range fiueen, cnf Hilling seventy-five and niiiety-fouroue huudrdelh acres, alt in Sandusky county, Ohio. The one fourth ot the first mentioned tract, ap praised at one hundred and eighty dollars; and oue lonrth of the second mentioned tract, appraised a tixty-six and seven one huudreth dollars. Terms of Sale. Oue-third, cash in hand, one third in six months, and the residue in one jroar from the day of sale, with interest, secured to the satisfaction of the administrator. JAMES VALLETTE. -. Administrator of I. Morris, dee. August 31, 185?. 4w. Sash," Boors and Blinds! T "XI E undersigned has onened a SASII FACTOUV. in tho sliop formerly oecu pied by J. R. Puase, on the east eide of the S.tti du<y river, where he has in operation the latest and most improved machinery fur manufacturing Sash, Panne! doors, Jjlinds, and Window Frames! His n.nchinpry is brought to such perfection that the work is fur superior to any made by hand. A i.d as he uses uolhutg' but thoroughly li i I n I l'icd Lumber, he is determined that his work shall nut be surpassed either in point of work or quality of material, by any other establishment iu the State FHANCIS LAKE. Fremont, Aug. I4l!i, 1852. At the Old Stand of JOHN R. PEASE, LATE Pease & Roberts. THE SUBSCRIBERS have entered into part nership, for the sale of STOVES and the manufacturing and sale of Tiii, Coppir and Shtet Iron Ware! Together with such olher articles as are usually kept iu a Stove and Tin-ware eslahlishinent. They have just received 1(1 different kinds of Cooking Stores, Of various sizes and prices: some of which are New and desirable patterns, to which they would invite the attention of the citizens of Fremout aud vicini ty. The former friends and natrons, of the above mentioned firm, together with the commuaity gen erally, who are iu want of articles in our hue, are respectfully invited to call upon us. All kinds ol work in 1 in. v. opper, and Sheet iron will be done with dispatch, at rettsonable prices. and warranted to give sattsiantion. Fiemont, July 17, Ig5. STRAYED OR ST0LEX. TjROM the subscriber, living in Scott township C Sandusky countv Ohio, three Mare Colts, light bays, oue three year old, a white strip in the faCf and a yoke ou: two two year old, one of them has a large star and the other a imall s'ar in the lore head. Five dollars reward will be given for information where they cau be lound. DAVID VAXDERSOLL. Scolt Township, August 21st 185. Notice to Teachers T)ROPOSALS to teach the Schools in Fremoont, X will be received by the Secretary ot the Hoard of Education thereof until the 5th of September next. The applicant must stale ihe time he or she will enyngf, and the price per mouth. 15 y order of the Board, H. EVERETT, Sec August 28, 1S52. Feet of Lumber, for Sale fTlHE Proprietors of the California St-e have J. now ou haud a creat variety of all Kinds of Lumber. Poplar from i inch to 2 inches thick, Walnut I " 4 Scaiiltinv all sizes; also Shingles for sale. The above will be Sold at Ijw Hales. Lumber taken in exchnge for Goods. CLOUD & GARVIN. Fremont, Julv 31, 52. MILtlE&fiY A; IUESS MAKING Mniie lissrs Thl'llVCS just from Birminy JL ham, England, respectfully announce to the citizens of t remont and vicinity, thM they have lo cated in this place, and occupy rooms ou Croghan St., nearly opposite the residence of Dr. Brainard. They would earnestly solicit the patronage of the Ladies, iu the above business, confidently be Moving that whatever is entrusted to them, will be satisfactorily completed, according to the latest Fashions; and for their services, thev will be satis- fied wilh a reanona'ilc compensation. Fremout, Julv 24ih, i 65 2. 2m. THE LUTHERAN CillRCH, Uf r remont, being desirous of builmng a new House for worship by advice of a large number sf the citizens of the town, offer for sale their pres ent house and lot, with the design of locating aud building on Church street. Those desirous of purchasing; will apply for price and terms of payment lo Jolin Carsliiir. F. Grund, or H.LANG. . Fremont, March '20, 1S5I IMPORTED GER.1IAX PRISES, an J. excellont article, for sale cheap, at May IS, 185i. A. Gl SOORF'S. Corn Sc Cob Mill. 10RN in the Ear can be ground at the Croghan Mills. JOHN MOORE. JAS' VALLETTE. BallvilleDec-28, 1859. WOOD WANTED! ANT quantity of good Hickory and Ash Wood will be taken on subscription al the Freeman Office. COFTY SURVEYOR'S OFFICE at iiucklaud & Everett's Oilice. T. W. CLAPP, April 10, 1852. County Surveyor. GOLD PENS. BAGLEY'S Gold Pens end Pencils for sale cheap, at - S. Buckland & Co'a. PE RE U ME R Y ! TTS OSE Hair Oil, Ox Marrow, Bear's Oil Maccassar Oil, Bandoline Fixatrice, Philoccmb, Cream of Hoses and Lilys, Cologne.Eose and Lavendar Water, &c, fec, just received, at Bucklasd's. PEEASE CALL and look at my assortment of Crockery aud Glass-ware. May 24, 851 . J . T. MOSS. Splendidassortiiieiit,lrrm 3lr to 3.!it BUCKLAND & GO'S. Bl FILES. A large lot of Futnilv Bibles from $ 1 50 to $G. Also, Pocket, Clusp, Tuck, and PolyglottBibleeund Testaments at BrCKLAND'S. WATER LIME. A EARGE quantity of Water Lime forsale -Z.at the Grocery aud Provision store of G. M. T1LLOTSON. June ? 1851. CASH paidl'or Land Warrants, at Hr.xn QsASTm . I't'li-olf nisi or Koch Oil. THE mo.st wonderful remedy ever discovered. Procured from awell 40(1 feet below theearths surface. Tlie above article can he had at Woos ters Drug Store, first door south of O. L. Nims. ZErilYR WORSTEDpatterns, Canvas, Board andNeedles.it IJfES. 1'iastcri I'tastcr! m. BARRELS Common, Witeh ami Fine Gray yiy Plaster, just received, and fur sale bv S. BUCKLAKD & CO. Fremont, October ID, l50. Olnail's Reliiifd Suar House Syr- USf just the thing for Hnvkwlient enkes, at the KAIL-ROAD STORE. Fremont, Nov. 29, 5I. M EFFS! MUFFS! A good nssortmen at the RAIL-ROAD STORE. Fremont, Nov. 29. '51. Krond without Yeast. BABBITS EtFuvesilig Compound for lir-ad. Tea Cakes, &c. at WOOSTER'S. OILS. Dinseed, Lamp,ud Tanner's oil, for sale at the RAIL-ROAD STORE. Fremont, Nov. 29, '51. CHEAP PUBLICATIONS. A choice loto Harper& Brother's, justreceivedat Bcckland's. NEW STOCK! NEW PKICJE.SU ? jr. n T i ''J3wvs o.v, WOULD inform Hie public that he has resumed his basinets at his old stand, on Croghan St., and having had the oporluoity of seeing and getting AUthe Latest Fashions from East and West and hbving broug'ht on an assortment of the FINEST WOODS, VENKERINGS, C, he is prepared to furnish his old customers, and as many new ones as can crowd iuto hia ware rooms, with the most apleudid lot of Mahogony, Rosewood and Blackwalnul F C U W I T V It E , Of every kind from the Cradle to the Coffin As to prices, lie is determined NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD. He is hold to say that he can offer von BETTER BARGAINS and BETTER WORKlhanvou can get west of Butfalo; he has on I; and, and is making All hinds of BEDSTEADS, on JSeio and Improved Plans; such as Lewis' Patent, Fowler's Patent, &c. . &c Do not fail to give him a call. --. - tf He has got up a good liearse.and will attend funerals i n town or count rv . Fremont, August 10, 1S50. Singing Books! NOW IS TISE TIME for Singing, an llucklands' arc prepared for it. and are oiler ing to those want: - ' Tlie Mendlesoln Collection of Choice Music. Carminia Sacra, Church Choir. Psaltry, ' The Odeon. Manhattan Collection, Alpine Glee Singer, The Melodeon, 3 volumes; The Lute. The JuvenileSinging School; Sabbath Schools' Melodies; Missourie Harmoney, &c.&c. WCBa SM 9 Biicklaiid's Brick Block. Oct 25, '51. The Sandusky in a Ilage The Locomotive coming, and the friends of CHEAP GOODSnnd SMALL PROF ITS rushing for J. P. HAYNES & SON'S who are now receiving1 iheir immense stock-of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, At No- 1- BueklantTs Rlock, which ts crowded with people front all parts of the country, who are wise enough to examine Hnynes' Stock before Ihey buy. Farmers of Sandusky county, and ye who thirst alter Cheap Goods! Come and examine our sleek. Yon will find no hum 'ug-, no bo ft soup, no p amnion, no holding customers by the arm, no fi Jittery, but the best Goods you ever saw, among; them heavy yard wida Brown Sheetings. Denims, Louisiana stripes, fastcolered Calico, and a few hhds Porto Rico ngar, white, dry and clean, purchnsed Inst Fall for us by an old resident of the Inland and alt sixpenny goods trimmed that naed trimming. We have increased our Mock of EEABY-ffUDS CL0TH1NS!' Jill male here, a'ld warranted not to rip, embrac ing garments of all descriptions, styles, and qnul- itv, and "better bargains" in the way of "fur n ishing the outer man cannot be made west ofNew York, than with us. Wholesale dealers in BOOTS AND SHOES, Finding that Eatlc.vi Jllamtfaeiurers were sending Goods to Ohio on commission, gave us a few cases coarse Boots to tell nt twelve shillings, good kip at two dollars, and fine calf hoots at fifty cents more, and a I urge lot of V omens and Metis gai ters, shoes, slips, &c., so low that none need go barefoot. HATS, CAPS, AND BONNETS! of every variety, style and quality; Palm Leaf slats al a shilling, and Bonnets in Proportion; and last. but not least, among our many Goods, ia a rich aud varied assortment ol Goods for the Ladies! Beautiful Lawns. De Lainesaud Merimac prints eight varus foreightshillings, trimmed; Be rages r rench Lawns, Alpacc.ts and U-iughams lor a t rifle more. Nails, Glass, Crockery, Hardware, Leather, Stone-ware, &c. &c. We do a strailforward brmness buy our Goods Low, aud sell thrn CHEAP, for Ready Pny Produce Uava Oue Price for all. Our motto. WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD." Cash for Wool, Wheat, Oats and Com. JNO. P. HAYXES & SON. Fremont, June 19, 1S52. TTARIEKS ! Mechanirs! J? nud Working Men North western Ohio ! We are happy to announce to you the arrival of the largest, most complete, and general assortment of Hardware, ever opened iu this markft. We are now prepared to meet the in creased demand for Goods in our line have bought heavy of EaRtern Manufactur ers and Importers, at very low figures, and would cay to the Friendr. of the Boys, give us a call, and satisfy yourselves of the excel -Tdnt quality of our Goods, and The nee! we put on them. We cull the attention of Formors to the besi as sortment of F ARMEBS' TOOLS in town. A stiporior Plow, steol mouldboard: al so John Rich's celeliraled iron Ileum Plow, nil siz es: Corn Shellers. Scythe. Snaths, Cradles, Forks, Hoes, Rakes, Rifles. Stones, Shovels, Spades, Pyctes.-Straw Knives. Bush Scythes, &c. &c, as low as the lowest. - TO HOUSE BUILDERS! Best Eastern Nails, at 3 00 aud $3 50 per 100 pounds; aud as complete an assortment of House Trimmings! as c;in be found in Northern Ohio. Glass, Sash, and Puttv. Paints aud Oils. Blechanics Tools! Carpenter's, Blacksmith's. Mason's, Cooper's Shoemaker's, Saddler's and Harness Maker's, car riage maker's, and cabinet maker's Tools and trimmings. Iron all round for Wagons, 53 00 per 100 lbs. Saddlery Hardware, and Harness Trimmiiies and Tools, a heavy stock at reduced prices: Buggy & Carriage Trimmings. CHAIN PUMPS, a first rate article. Stoves Farmers ofSandusky County! We call show you the best and Iki gesl assortment of Stoves, ever brought to this market, consisting of the following patterns nf Til:t-Air cocks; , Mew World; Western World; Globe; Cultivator; Atlas; Frrmers Improved; F.ulo Hot Air- Western Empire; United Stntes; Western Quern; May Queen; Forest Qnei-n; Prairie Flower; nud Pr.-ii.'Ui:l Stoves. l'ar'nr . -i Cast Iron Parlor of all Patterns rieculatnrs, '"M l &C. Our Till "'hop is in lu I hlssi. Work done at shojt notice, nd in a wr.rkni uiltk manner. An uf j-irl!iieiit of Tin-war cutaiilly on hand.. In ciMielnsion we will sty flat we have, every illiny iu I he line of Haidware. usually called for in this seeiioii nf Ohio. With many thanks lo our friends i-ir 1 heir patjonae, and solioilint? further favors.we remain your friends T8IK ItOYS 'CAMF1LD&. MITCHELL, Fremont Hardware Store, Jund 15th, 185 i. AIministrator Appointment. NOTICE is hereby given that the undersinged has been appointed and duly qualified Admin istrator on the estate of John K. Miller, deceased, late of Sanduskv countv. State of Ohio. ABRAHAM STULLER. August 21, ig57. for the Ladies! If 19 hardly necessary ts inform the La' diesof our stock of : .. s ' - PERFUMERY ANS FANCY GOODS! as they know where thejr are, and wht Ihey are, but we would just hint to them that we have, en larged our stock in this line very much lliia Fall, and we are sure they will be pleased to try our . . Pachuly, Amlre. Verrine, Jenny Lind, -Jockey Club, Mnynnlio, Vanillin, Cream ofLillies, Os Morrow, Jules Iluuels EauLustrell, &c., for they are certainly- very nice. Then there is the Fancy Goodson the other sids: Ladie's Ebony Boxes and AVriting Desks, Port Folio Paper Weights, Alabaster Jewel Boxes aud Ink Stands, Pearl,. Shell, Ivery and Velvet Card Cases, and the finest Pcpeir JVortue Perie JtionifJ you ever did see, and a thousand other ar ticles too numerous to mention, winch were bought expressly for them. - Just come and see them whe ther you want to boy or not." ve are never tired showing nice foods, and we want the good folks of Fremont and vicinity to be posted up in these mat ters. . BUCK LAW 1J & Co. Fremont, Odtober 25th, 1S51. SCHOOL BOOKS. ipiIE SUBSCRIBERS havejust received me lonowing STANDARD SCHOOL, BOOKS! to which they would call the alteutiou of School 1 earners and Parents: McGufTev's Ecloctic series of Readers, numbers 1st, 2d, 3d, 4th and 5th. - . Munderill's series do., 1st, 3d, 3d, and 4th. Willard's VV. 8., large aud abridged. Rational Speaker. The Student's Speaker. Ray's, Greenleal's, Adams', Smith 's. Dodd' Enos' & Stoddard's Arithmetic. Days, Davis', Rav's & Towor's Algebra. Pineo's, Oark's. Rirkham's. Bnlliou'a Smith's. and Brown's Grammar. Parker's, Comstock'e, and Mrs. Phelps' Philos- Comstock's, and Mrs. Lincoln's Botany. . Coinstock's Mineroloffv. and Phvsiolorrv. and Natural Historv. - GreenleaPs Exercise in Composition- . Webster's unabridced, revised, Uuiversity, and school Dictionary. . Andrew's and Stoddard's Latm Readers, Gram mars, and Exercises. , . ; Views ofthe Microscopic World. . Elements of Meteorology. .. . t .' Burnett's Astronomy., .' . " . German Spellers,, and Primrners. German and English Grammars, and D.icUonary McGuffey's, Boutly's Pictorial, and Elemeutarv Spellers. . Also a tare assortment of Miscellaneous, Med- ical. Musical, and Law Books. . . . Call and examine for Yourselves. S."BUCKI,ASD & Ce. No. 3, Bucklaiid's New Block. Oct. 25, 151. . . A Handsome Foot, IT IS ADMITTED THAT n well-shaped and handsome Foot is a most desirable leg end to set off to advantage the-personal apjearaiice of either a l arty or pentleman, but all are aware -(hat a handsome foot,; if not encased in a heat-Shoe or lioot, is a most melancholly eijit fa the beholder, and none understand this fact -better than the la dies. To meet the wents of his customers, the subscriber has just returned from New York vith a large aud well selected stock of - ., . - . -. , ( 5 which he invites the citizens of Sandusky, and ad joining counties, oocaIlaudexatmue.il His stock consists, in part ot ,t, . e Gentlcmens jine French and American' Calj Boots, Kips and Cowhides, I3rog-au's of all kinds Also, au excellent variety of Pumps, Walking Gaiters, fancy Congress Gaiters, Prunella Gaiters, Taylor ties: together with Morocco,' Seal & calf Slijipers and Pumps. TTjoiaE:,. -fi-jLaTMrasEaasB Will find a very fine assortment of Shoes aud Slip pers brought on especially for them. " French kid slippers, Jenny Linds, Excelsiors, fine Prunella guiterf, buskins and t tippers, besides a large and fine assortment of shoes fur every day wear. Children's Sltoes and Gaiters, any quantity India H libber Shoes and Boots. The subscriber will atpo manufacture to order, all kinds of floots aud Shu fir gentlemen and Ladies wear. Ex perit'iifvd workmen constantly employed. . - Country manufacturers and dealers will find at my establishment ail kind of ; - - ' FINDING S,: ' "--used in the trade. French and American calfskins Seal skins, Morocco, Patent leather. Enameled leather, iShp sbinp, Las Ik, Pegs, Needtes, Hri3- tles, &cr, &c. All mv arti' I- s are wnrranted. I respfellultv invile the tadits and gentlemen of Sandusky to call and examine for Ihemsf-lve. P. DOUR. Fremont, Mar ISfh, 1852. P.4PEI! ANE I'AJ'EIt JIAi 50 REAMS Blue and White Fools Cap Piper au excellent quality. 100 Keuiuslilue and white letter paper. 40 Reams Flat Cap paper. 20 Reams assorted nele paper. A larire lot of wrapping paper. :J(iO rolls wall paper of 40 different six Ics. A ver fine lot of Window pnper, W indow shades. Fire board Prints, and plaiu and velvet border, for sale very low at SUiLA." L5 Oet.b"sr95, '51. BUCKEYE HOOT A.D SHOE AND Readymade Coihing Store, Removed!- - TT ALL, & GASTON having removed their XX extensive Stock of Bunts. Shoes and Clothing into Room No. Huckland's llloc-k, formerly oc cupied by J. F. R. Sehrinc, would take this meth od oT tendering their thanks to their numerous cus tomers, for the "Material Aid!" furnished them, thereby pneonrnjnnjy them in their efforts to benefit and please them. Our slock of BOOTS & SHOES! is greatly enlarged, and consist of every variety of style, shade and quality. Ail Ktnas oi isoois una Shoes for Gentlemen and Ladie's wear, manufac lured toorder, at the lowest price, and upon the shortest notice. T he several departments ol man ufacture are under the charge of skillful workmeu. A general assortment ot SHOE FINDINGS, is ofTeied to the Irude, at a small advance upon the iew York prices. READY-MADE CLOTHING.' Consisting of Ceats, Pants, Vests, Under Clothing, of all kinds.. Hose. Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Cra vats, and every article that belongs to a gentle men's wardrobe. ofthe latest styles, and in rrreat profusion. All sf 'which ihev want to sell fcr the dimes. Give them a call before purchasing elsewhere. No charge lor exhibiting goods. HALL & GASTON. Fremont, June 12lh, J852. - 1852! SAMHSKY BOOK BIXDERY? rpHE Subscribers would respcclfully announce I 10 tlie Citizens ui onuutfti vuv nun vimivv that they have purciased the Book Bindery, form erly carried on by C. L. Derby & Co . and they are now prepared to execute any orders in that line of business. Ihev proless lo Be praciicai worn men in every branch perilling to Book Binding. Work entrusted to their care warranted to be well and neatly done. Pnrlienlar atlentUn paid to ffiud ins' IVnoilic.ils, Music, Newspapers, Maeazines, in"!i superb manner, either plain or extra eilt. Old Books ofeverv description rebound. Having on 1 1 . n.i..ri iinrk of inner of every size and m,litv ihev are nrenared to manufacture Blank Hocks of every description ruled lo any pattern desired. Pner ruled at prices to suit the times. Book Bindery at the old stand over the Bsokstore of C. L Derby & Co M Caswell's Block. June, 26. 1852 ly MILLER K1ES. N. B. Those havinir work of theabove descrip tion to be done, can leave it at the Book and Drug Store of S. Buckland &. Co. , who are onr author zed agent, ' , Welprh and Consider. ' DR. HALL'S BALSAM is no Pareaorie preparation, hut a Medicint WlilCjI . MAKES CURES' at home, when lh, parties can be found. ' "';' Tlie Great Coiiffli and ConsnmptifV .. . , , itemed jr. : ' - '" READERS Tiavs you '- '"'; f? Cough which j-oo 'me 'jtrVSt feS nsjjlectiug, under thai F iiBii'MTirKy "a dea that u is ouly scorn- Let frwud tell you. lit all kinduess, : what will soon be the probable result, 'j-,.- , ... ,i. in a short time, if vou continue to neglect Tonr-. self, you will begin lo feel a sense ef tightness and oppression ucross tbe chest, accompanied wilh fre quent sharp darting pains.- Theu a; dry hacking cough will set in, and when you raise aorlhiug it will be a thick and yealowish, or white frothy mat ter, streaked, perhaps, with blood. If yon still tak no medicine, -these unpleasant, symptoms will in crease, and vou will soon eava a hectic fever: cold chills night sweats, copious expectoration, and then great prostration. It von still neglect your self, a t'ew weeks or months will see you consigner! - to in e grave,- leaving your friends to mourn hows rapidly consumption did its work, ad hurried yow away. Friend, have you no cause to be alarmed! In the .above sketch, yon may see, as in .a glass, how every case of Consumption progresses, with more or less rapidity, to a fatal termination.'-.' Of all the thousands and millions whom this great Destroyer has galtiered to the tomb, every singhs . case began with a cold. If this hdd been attended to, all might have been well; but being neglected, under the fatal delusion that it would 'wear itself off,' it transferred ils-deudly aslioll to the substanrsi of the lungs, exciting there the formation of tubee cles. Another, and anulhel cold added fuel. to the flame, until these tubercles ' began to - soften aud snpontrate, leaving by their ufcerattun,- great-cavities in the lungs. . At this crisis, the disease is very difficult ts cure, and oftentimes sets at defiance all human means. , ' , in the latter or worst stage, this medTcine wht oftentimes arrest the disease, or cneck its progress . and will always make the patient more comfortable and prolong tiis life, aud it is therefore worthy of a trial; but iu its incipient or former periods. Con- sumption is as ci.rs.ble as anv other disease,' arid DR. HALL'S BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS." if tuken i t this time, will enre il ETAS SURELY AS IT IS TAKEN IXB 'Tin id strong langirage, but we can refer you to numberless living itnes es to prove that il is true! And therefote, we ear- " neslly ejthhrir every; man, woman and child, who has a cough, or is subject to culds, to keep ihe medicine by ott in the house, und whenever yom take cold, do Hot Met it ulouc' Lo work misctiiw'f ia . your system, but eradicate it thoroughly, and at once, by this powerfully healing1 compound, and leave Tour hings uninjured, to carry you iufulj vigor to a good old age! , - . . ILr Read t estiinonr of E." MiLrono. Esol.one ef she oldest Magistrates iu this citv: - " ? ' " Cincinnati, Dee. 1, 1951.,. Messrs. O. R. RaUer&Co Dear Sirs: Thne afflicted with disease of .Ihe Lunge, will fine Off riaii'tf liaisam tor tne lungs a most ' Valuablb iMedlcitie. J huva. been freqneatlr attacked with DittKASKS of the Lcncs for the laat five vears, and Dr. Hall' BuUumdus always Bnosc up the Dis- kase at OF9CK, 1 feel that the public should know . the merits of such a remdv. , - v. . ; RICHARD MULFORD. , Residence on Flutn,lhrec doors above sixth st." -. More Cincinnati Cures f h. Cinctnnali, Joly Ut 1S5I1 Messrs O D Baker & Co. Dear Sire: -I hard - always had objections to bare my name in any wnjr attached to a patent medicine, tnil when I tlHitk (as I new have every reason ttf"b?lte) it ha -: ed my1 life, I am indulged by sense of duty to those ' afflicted as 1 have been, to nVuUe my case kuowo,. and recommend your Ba'sat, as a medicine that cart be luliy relied on. Abont a 4 ear since, 1 was at trcked with Lung Fever, which left mv tanes much diseased; my cough was distressing', attended with - pain in my led side, i hud seen istar s Jialsam of Wild Cherry puffed upiq the papers, and I con- -eluded to try it. I used botile alter hotile,. which in taste and in Us operation resembled Paregoric,. ' soothing temporarily. My diFense had by this time become firnily sealed; 1 bad cold night sweats, hec tic Fevers, swelling of the Limbs, &c., showing1 Confiumkd Cos3Cmption! The remedies I obtain ed from my Physician also failed giving me perma nent relief or benefit. , My lLuns now LTLrKRATr.D ond 1 raised Largk QuAXTini-s up . Mattkk from them. 'I he Doctor told my ,; friends' thnt 1 must die! "My Lrothrr then pot a bottle af Dr. Iluti'n Balsam for the bung&' and 1 commenced taking tt. At first it- sickened me, bnt, after tnkiujr more, I -found it went to the T spot the Vkkt . Skat or Mr Diskask. 1 bewail to raise with more ease and could feel, daily, that my Lons were Ilea'tng on til by the use of four buttles, 1 was restored to bet. ter health (fa;ii 1 had enjued far yean-'.. 1 believe . if I hrtd used Dr HtitlV Bafuin when I was firt attacked it would have saved ma a vast deal of suf fering. All 1 can say to otner?, is, try it. and t think you will b bent iSited if yourliseafe is ou vour tun9. Yours resjictrulh-, " J. C. VVILLARO, ' ...... .Three d.riirs above F1I1I1 street ou Vine. The public h.av.e Ut Lai;osd-tipoM bv remedwa ret qinutcd'-k iy cVrtiftcM'n w hich- hnv always oriifinjiitf'd from . aome Knnowa soarvc. We ite :ieveha'. a Medicine possessing rent merit will ef lect cures w herever it is us d. at borne ns well ns alirt'd. Tiiis is. no Paregoric preparation but one which if us; d in ftusoii will s.ive the lives ef thou sands; and persons mny make this bargain witlt Agents from whom they, purchase, that iu every ease where it is used freely according to diredions and entire nHisfiiCtion is not given in 24 or 43 hours they can reiurn the mediciue, aud I heir MoueT will be cheerfully refunded - -7 - - - For Side bv, STEPH. BUCKLAKD & CO. Fremont Feb. 2, 1852. KEWSI SEWS!! . - Glorious News'! From the Soafh!!! HE Mexicrin Mustang Liniament, that has been performing such rematkable cures, and ami crealii.gr so much excitement in the South and ' West during the last twelve mouths, . (J HAS AH Kl VEE If OL'It MIDST! and all those afflicted with Kheutnsttism, old Sores, or Uncer Difeases. or Sprains, Sculds. . Burns, or Eruptions ef any kind, can now be healed. TJiose who have been tuJTering Cur months or years with that loathsome disease, The 11 Ics need now su9er no longer as this Mustang Liniamkst is a certain remedy, no matter how bad they are, pr of how lane standing. Cancers, Fietolee, Scjild Head Feller or R ing Worm or any Hind of a sore, ar healed nud perfectly cured in an incredibly-short time. " - ; To Hie Ladies It is Iiivalaable For sore ijIe, caked breasts, eeue iu the face. Tooth or Eht Ache, or any puiupul sores orsvell ings. It also removes daudnfF from the head, in vijifomtes tlie hair, and prerents it from fulling out aud gives a beautiful glossy softness to the hair that is not attained by any other preparation. - For Iorses and other -Anitnats. it has no equal in healing Saddle or Collar Galls, Scrunches, Manpe, spraiits or Bruises and it is an infallible remedy for splints, spavins, or Ringbones dissolving the large tumors, an reducing the swol len or enlarged joints to their natttlai size, and healthy action. Pole Evil or Fistula, -and Big headcun now he cured; and the Mustang La n la ment ts the remedy that cau do it. If yoii or any N, of your family, or your favorite horse are afflicted with any of the above diseases, try one bottle it only costs 35 cents aud you will never use any other remedy- - itjf"or sale, wholesale and retain, by S Back. land & Vi- of Framont, and by other agenla in all tho vitlinffes and towus of this aud tho sur rounding connlies. -. ? v - Oct. 4, 1851. - Agents .Waii ted - ' TO SELL THE ' ' LIFE Oi? GEX. WIXFIELD SCOTT. ff PAGES 12ino-, liandsomely'and durably OUtlliound, Illustrated with engravings. By t'uwiBD d. Maksfiki.1). Esq . many years ths ad itor of the Cincinnati Daily Chronicle."-: Th subscriben wilf shortly receiva from tha Press, an edition ofthe above valuapla work, and will furnish those who wish to become Agents to circulate the same, ou the most favorable leitns. Por further particulars and all necessary informa tion, applicants will please address their letter t the subscriber, H. MANSFIELD, Futtisher, 134 York Street, New Hvn, Ct. PEBBT OA VISE'S PAIN K1LLEH! AFresIi nud Genuine Article, just received aud for sale at the Grocery andlPro vision store of TILLOTSOU & TY LER. ' Fremont, November 1, '51. . r . t n 1 Kj allquaiiliesanaprices at waibei. Fremout, Nov. 29, 5I.