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-7- m .r THE BEST REMEDY EVER KNOWN To mao for Congha, Asthma. Colds, Croup, rr-hUi.. Influiu. Bleedtnr of th Lungs, niffii-nhr of brealhioe-. Liver AfFectione, Peiu or weakness of th Brent or Bide, Firsl tge of la hort, thi Balsam i poculeilry adapted to ev ery diaease of the lunge and liver, which ia pro- dnced ia onr ever-varying climate. ' WILD CHERRY haa long bean known to possess importaut medicinal properties. Thia fact ia familiar to every matron in our laud, and physiciaiie often prescribe it in different forms for a variety of complaints. Tar, also, has been ecu ally noted for its virtues; and some physicians, whose aamea are familiar to the whole eoontry, hare font so far aa to declare that even CON SUMPTION aoald be cured by that alone. In othsr hande, again, it waa nearly Valueless, owing, no doubt, to their ignorance ia preparing and nd wloistering it a difficulty new eullrely obviated by patient experiment and long experience. - The extraordinary medical powers of these tare dfestaace are now. for the firat time, combined and embodied in DR. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY. By n viae ohemical pre- real, everything deletenooa or aaeieaa is rejects u, no that what remain is the moat extraordinary and truly effieacioaa remedy for all mnoa et pulmona ry aad liver disease ever known to man. Teceu . Vine all anbeJieTera that ear theory is really tree, we refer to a few ease of care performed by thia wonderful atedieinet - - ?lxiitt Bid; Ham. eo, Oi Sept. 87, '51. ' i: D. .rk Dear Sir: I take the liberty of ad vising yoa of the Benefit 1 have derived from the nee of Dr. Wiatar'a Balaam of Wild Cherry. 1 waa prostrated by that terrible corge, consump tion. In May last. The attack waa trnly horrifying to me, for five of oer family, (my brother and (la tere.) had died of conaomption. - I" wee afflicted with nearly all the worst features of the diaease. J had a distressing cough, and expectorated a great dea lef blood, heetic fever, eevere pains in theeidj and cheat, cold chill, alternating with flashes of heat and copious night swsat. " ' 1 waa under the care of a skillful physician, from the time I was taken aick until about six weeks aince, being then about helpless, and my friend considered my ease hopeless, or at least beyond our Phyician'a skill, advised the use of Wistar'a Bal aam of Wild Cherry. Without my knowledge say father procured it, and commenced administer ing u ta me. and from the first daT i commenced takine-it mv health im proved , and in two werka from the time I commenced aaing it, I waa able to h oat and oversee my business, and labor, which I UU continue to da. , I have taken four bottles si the medicine, and aow consider myself perfectly well. JEREMIAH iSCRIGO. 'i ihev litnnUhins Cttra. tL Rath. "a hia-hlvTesTeciabie merchant of Rneh- will. Fairfield county, Ohio, sent a the following voluntary tribute to 1 . -' "BR. WISTAR'a BALSAM WILD CMMtT." Roebville, Fairfield eo, O; April 6. '51. -Mr. J. D. Perk Dear Sir: I wiah to etatet won that mv daughter. Amanda, seed IS years, had, about a roar si ace, a very severe attack el easel, which reduced her eery ranch, and left her with a recking esofh. I employed all the phy sician within onr reach for the purpose of rente. irrg her cough, bat without success. She sppear sd to be einking into a decline, with every Symp lons of consumption. I then tried Drv "Rogere Liverwort and Tar." But thateg granted hereoogh, and gave her symp tomaof aatill more maliguant character. 1 was ow most aertooelT alarmed, and it was with trem bling fear that I from day to day, saw the progress of that insatiable disease, consumption. I really despaired of my daughter's recovery., Bnt I prov identially saw ths certificate of Jonathan Conlaen, whose daughter, Sarah Jane, waa eared of Con aomption by "Wiatar'a Balaam of Wild Cherry;" this created a faint hops that it migkt help my daughter, and 1 immediately commenced naing it, and it almost instantly rave relief, her health waa - improved from the firat bottle, and by the nae of two bottles or v istor'a xuisarn oi vriin v-nerry,--ohe was restored to perfect health, and ahe is not aow'at all predieposed to a comh. ;;---I will say to those that are afflicted with any die. oaae tending to consumption, do no! despair, for Dr. . Wiatar's Balaam of Wild Cherry will enre Ton, if vou will bot try it. E- KALB. -The genuine Wistar'a Balaam of Wild Cherry haaafac aimils of the aignature of Henry Wiaisr M. D.. Philadelphia, aad "Ssuford &. Park" oa a finery executed steel engraved wrapper. No other can be genuine. O" Price $1 per bottle six bottles for $5. Sold by - .. .. - - J. D. Park. Cincinnati, O. North oast comer of Fourth snd Walnut t en trance oa Walnut street to whom all order - nnat be addreaaed. ' Sold in Fremont by 8. BUCKLAND & Co. . Aad by W. C. Baker, Castalia; J. Hutch ins & 8ouvBtlevae; W. Braner, Millgrove; Charlee - Power, Woodville; Foster & Son, Rome; Ham ilton & McCartney, Republic; I. L. St. John, Ti fia eity.ea P. V. Beery & Bre-t Green Creek. ' Fremont, February 38, '51 ly - ; -, - AGENTS WANTED, -- . To Sell New aad Popular Books. WE are in want of Agents to can vat a thia part of Ihe State for our new Books. A small capital of but $10 or I5 will be requir ed to commence with, and an active person can earn from (3,00 to $5,00 per day. Some of our Agents earn moch more. Those desirou of engaging ia thi profitable business, may obtain our plan of operation, and a list of ser PaUieations, bv addreaaing, post paid, M. F. TOOKER Sc. CO.. No- 103 Superior St., Cleveland, Ohio. Drugs, Medicines. Paints, OILS, YABSISIIES, Ac, Ac S-BfJCHLlKD cV CO. have just receiv a ed a very large lot of Droge, Paints, Oil, Dye Stuffs. Glass, Glnss-ware, Perfumerr, Ac, which they would earnestly solicit those wishing anything ia the tin to esll and examine before purchasing; elsewhere, as we think if will bevsry mnch to their advantage to do ao, for w pledge ourselves to sell AS OOOUAB. TJCLES! saau bo bought in the EaateiW markets at a low pnes as oar neighocrs ask for poor article. - Having been for ten years la ths Dnoe Bcnncs ia this piaee, w think wo know something of the want el it inhabitants, and while we would return oar thanks for the eery liberal patronage w have received, - we promise to spare no pains for the fn tore ia giving onr customers the full valus of their nosey in Good Uoous. . w -. 'Wo do not think it necessary to enumerate onr articles; norths quantity ws have, (or have not,) of each article. Bumae H to say w nave a ; COMPLETE ASSORTMENT! aid enough of each lo supply alldemand,andam learrajiffemeaUto boy more. Wo would aek Phtsict to call and examine ur Dram and Prieee before a-oing to Tiffin cttv Sandusky city, or elsewhere, as we do know that wwfesa sell aa eheap ftf any of them, and w are -1 i j bviiho tvun ii hj now. . , , TO PAINTERS AND "ALL" WHO WANT PAINTS ! . Wo would say that if onr Paiulaare nol first rale ? and all we recommend them, we will pey all cam apes. . Ws do n! ask you to lake onr word for it; ask any Painter in Fremont and they know, for they have used them if Buckland' i not the best pises lo buy any kind of Paints, or Pose Lixskkd Oil or Varmsrie. . T Don't foi get the place, No. , Bncltlnnd's Brfch EIh, - . a BUCKLAND & Co. Fremont, October 25th, 1651. . : Town Lots for Sale! ON the Affleck "Tract, near Ihe Conrt House. -. . BUCKLAND & EVERETT. ' Sept. 4. 185 J. - - " Cn Boxea Sterlne Candloa jui reeeiv- 4ZJ ed at the -- - -. . RAIL-ROAD STORE. fraaiat.Sosv29, !, . - - . rnOOTUBruhe.,Uair Do. Motdo CloiheDo X-a4 - - WOOSTER'S. ' - " PASCY yE, Columiut Aoanve, Sandutty City, Ohio. Lad .X DIES' Shawls, Dresses, Bonnets, Riboaa. ose, eko. colored and finished in a superior manner. Aleo tientiemena' t. oala, raniaand vela dyed and preased in the best etyle. Faded Coata restored to their former brilliancy, urocha and Maritioohawla, and Kid glovea banutirullv cleaned. July 17, 1852 ly F. R. COM STOCK. VltAPIGES, Lemons and Raisina jnst received Wby expreaa, XTAILS.-Tf expreaa. for aale by J. DOUGHERTY. Fremontlron Co. Nails, manufae Havkcs1 J. toredat Trov.N. Y. .at CODFlslt olauperiei quality at IIithkiChiap SronK. Sale of ltcal Estate br Order of Court- ON Saturdav the 25ih day of September next, at two o'clock P. M., at the door or the Court Hone in Fremont, Sanduaky county, State of Ohio, will be sold to ibe highest bidder, ths following real eatata ea the property of George Rnpp, de ceased, to wit: The north went quarter of aection twenty-four, 24 north of range fourteen, T14 containing one hundred and sixty acres; also, the weal half of the south-west quarter of section twensy-four, i4 of township four, (4) north of ranee fonrleen, (14) containing eighty acrea of land, without any lu euMbrance by dower. - . 160 acrea appraised $1,000; 80 acrea appraiaed 0400. Terma of eale. One third down, one third in one and eue third in two years with interest, ss cured by mortgage. ... JOHN SHUPP, Adm. of Jchn Rupp, Dea. Angatt 14. Eclectic Physicians. DOCTORS Wm. W, K.rshner A Win. H, K nepple Office : South Cast corner of Pike and Front Streete, Fremout. Ohio, where 'one or both of oa will bo found at all tune to attend to Profeaaioual calls. Fremont. July 21th. 1853 ly. Sal of Benl Estate Court. by order of ON the oecond day of October, 185 i, at 3 oclock P. M., at the door of the Court bouse, iu the town of r remont, Sandusky count, irnio, will Da told to Ik hicheat bidder, the following real estate aa the property of William Barringer, deceased, to wit: The east half of the conth-weat quarter of see lien thirty-one, towmhip four, range fourteen. containing seventy-eight hnd fifty-four one hun dredlhs acre. NANCY BARRINGER. Capl.S, 1M3. Gaardeaa. Bibles! Bibles! " qO FAMILY BIIILESfromgl 50to$G. f and any qnantitv ol small uinies of every do aeription from 50 centsto 03 00. Also, a large variety of Prayer Booka and Sabbath achcol hook lor anient B. UUVaUJIAU or. V. Oct. 25. 'SI . Notice. .: IS hereby given that a petition will be preaented to the commissioners of Sanduskv countT at their eion in Junne next, for a conntv road.com niencins: at the center of section 27, township 5. range 15, running thence south to the Western Keserve and maumee rload. April ?9. 5 J. Notice T3 hereby given that a petition will be preeentcd JLto the 1 ruatees of ureenererk township, ban' dusky county, and State of Ohio, on the 2d Tues dar in October, A. D. 1353, for the laying out of a 1 ownshtp Koad, commencing at the north-eaat eoener of the north-east quarter of the north-eaat quarter of aection thirty-three, (31) and run aoolh tw the south-seat corner of the aouth-eat quarter of t he north-eaat quarter of aaid aection, thirlr-three, from taence eat to the aouth-west corner of the east nart of Ihe north weat quarter of fractional aection thirty-four, ail in townahip uumberfour. Sanduaky county. Stale of Ohio. Sept. 1. ISS1. -. tWEEDS'andPittaburgl Iron at Uavbks. Importaat 10 (those liflieted! DBS. STOXEAt PATTERSON, E LECT ICS, TTTOUI.D inform the citixene of Clyde and vi- V V cinity that we have permanently located here, for the purpoas of Practicing Medicine: and by onr prompt attention, and successful cures, wc hope to sain a libeial share of patronage. To those a ho have been afflicted for year-, and have tried evenr bodr. (as ihev ev,)we would call their attentioa to this, advertisement. We don't pretend that all diaeaaea in all etaeee can be enred, yet there is a curable etage to all diaeaaea and a great many can be cured after they have been pronounced incurable by many; an-t othere relieved ao as to he comfortable and enjoy life. It is unnecessary eere lo enumerate all the diaeaaea which fiesh is heir lo, and piant out the crahle ataee of each . bnt call and we will tell you , without any charge, whether your particular case can be cured or not. Eanec-ial attention will be paid to Femalea who have Dieeasee peculiar to themselves. L. c. rrowr, at. o. J. rirrERSOa, at. D. July 3). '5 i. New Spring &, Summer GOODS! J.S.Olmsted HAS JUST RECEIVED from New York a a large etock of Good, which he will sella lew a they are aOld at any store in Fremont, er any other place. Having purchased a LARGER STOCK, GREATER VARIETY and good ef belter qualilv, than heretofore, he hope his eld friends, end the public geueratly, will give him share of their patronage, in his Stock of Goods! will be found Black, Brown, and blue mixed broad loths: black, mised and fancy Cassimeres; Sattin nets, .Vans and Tweeds cloth; white red, and jreliow Flannels; Calicoes, Ginghams and Lawns; summer Shawls, black silk, pocket and dress hand kerchiefs; silk and cotton Parasol, Be rage de Laines; brown shirtings and sheetings; Canton Flannels, . Black and Fancy Silks for Dresseu; Ribbons, Checks, Ticks, Mariners shirtings: Te tings, cotton shirts and drawers; traveling bags, sewing silk, skei and spool thread; fans. Ladies' black, white, state and mixed hose; a good asort ment silk and cotton gloves. Ladie's black aud fincy colorfd kid gloves; Wadding, Battin?, Cot ton yarn, Ffiek, Carpeting, together with most eery other description of Goods to be foaud ia city or country stores. Groceries! Tea, Coffee. sngar, pepper, 'pice, ginger, nutmegs cloves, cinnamon, starch, saleratus, . madder, indigo, allum. fcc. Hard-W a r e! Cnos-eut. mill, hand and wood-saws: cross-out, mill, and hand saw file; S weed's iron, flat and round bars: cot and wrought nails; band and hoop iron; ast. snrtng, and American steel; Ameiw sho vetes hay aud manure forks; nial rods; White's Simmons' and Collins cast steel axes; besides an evtenstve aortmeni of SHELF HAD-WAIIE, such as Pocket-knrv, table knives and forks, butts and screws: door hangings and lri minings, dec., &c. Boots and Shoes, a very great variety and warranted waterproof. HATS dx CAPS, A GOOD ASSORTMENT. Safe and Upper Leather, rfc, ; all o f the aheee artielee will t.e sold choap for Caau or ex changed for Wheat. Corn. Oats, Rye, Ti bothy Clover or Flax seeds, Hide. Sheep pelt, Butter, Lard, Epos. Tallow and Wax. ""loLLAKS, (loves, Hose, Neck and Pocki Handkerchiefs. at Hatkes'. To Cabinet Alakcrs. GOLD LEAF & Bronze of every description and colore, just received at WOOSTER S. FISH. White, Machrrel and Cod, for aale at the RAIL-ROAD STORE. Fremont, Not. 5, '51, In Chancer j. Susannah Dickeu, ) , va. t Adam Dicken, i . - Petition for Dower; John Dicken, . leaae Dicken, THE aaid Isaac Dicken, a non reaident of the State of Ohio, ia hereby notified that the eaid Susannah Dicken, on the tenth dtiv nf September, A. D. 1852, filed in Ihe court of common plea of. Sandusky county, and atate or Ohio, her petition, aalting forth that ahe ia the widow and relict of Stephen Dicken, late of said eoonly; that on or about the I Old day of February, 1853. the aaid Ste phen Dicken died, aeiexd in fee eimple of the fol lowing described landa and tenement situate in the enid county f Saaduaky, Stale of uhio. to wit: - 'he south east quarter of Ihe north-west quar ter of aeclion thirty-five, containing forty acre of lend. Alio, the weal half of the south-east quar ter, and the eaal half of the eouh-weat quarter of ectien thirty-five, containing ene hundred and six ty acres- (160) making iu ail two hundred acre of aad, and all in township number four, (4) norm oi range number fourteen, ( 14) excepting a certain tract of thirty-nine and ninety-five hundredths seres off the south part of aaid one hundred and sixty acre tract, (old to Craig Hunter, and that said de fendants have ths neat eststs of inheritance in id landa. in wriieh said land, excepting as afore said , the eaid Sueanah Dicken cluima dower, aud prays ths court to assign the same to her. Ana tne aia Isaac uiccen ia nereny noiineo lhat unleoo he appear and plead anawer, er demur to aaid petition within aixty day after the eext term of said court, the matters in said petition set forth seal oat him, will be taken aa coufessed and a de cree entered accordingly. - oUCKLANU Sl EVERETT, Sspt. 9. 185 i. Sol's, for Pot'r. Chancery Xotlce. Ottawa county Court of CemMoa Fleas. William Curtis, v Snmnel oVampbell and Horace Oreen. fTHE said Samuel Campbell is hereby notified I that William Curt:, of the county of Bauds XT. State of Ohio, ha Hied in the Court of Com mon. Plea ef the county of Ottawa and State of Ohio, a Bill in Chanrerv against him. tb said Samnel Campbell, and ene Horace Green, the aubstance and pi aver of which bi.l ia. That, on or about Ihe Illh day of November. A. D. 1839, Thomae ISennett purchaaed or one olephen Urow, Jr., Ihe north east buarter or the norm wen qaar ler of aection number fourteen, in townahip uuin ber aeven. north of range nninber nrreen. in Ot tawa countr, Ohio, containing forty acre of "laud more or less, and give two note of fifty dollar each secured by a mottgage on the same premiaee aa part of the purchase monep therefor, which mortpage eras recorded on me nrsi oay or may, A, D. 1S4II, That on the twenty-fiat day of April, A. D. 1 841, saiii Bennett sold void said land to ona Sam nel Campbell of Erie couniy, iu the State of Ohio, for two hundred dollar, for on hundred of which nid Campbell agreed to pay the note and inort- eaee eivru to uii Crow. Whereupon said lieu net executed to laid Campbell a warrauty deed in fee aimnle for the nrcmiaea afnreeaid. .That thexe is e mistake in the recording ofeaid deed irom said Bennett to seia iainoen. That said Curtis purchaaed said notes and mort rare, tiled hi bill in Chancery lo sell the prem ise aforesaid, and that upon sale ordered by court in dne form he bid off and purchased said laud. nd took a deed therefor from Ihe Master Com missioner of Ihe court ordering eaid sale; and on the 28th dav of November, A. D- 1848, by war rauty deed conveyed the premiaee lo said Horace Green who took poaseasion of the aanie. That said Cainnbell has brought his action of ejectment against aaid Green never h,ving paid the amount of aaid mortrare aud notes. The said complainant prava that aaid Campbell may be enjoined from prosecuting said action of eiectment, and that the title of tureen to eaid prem isea may be quieted, or that said Csmpbell may bs deerred to pay said notes and mortgage, or in de fault that that aaid land be sold to pay the same and for General relief; and said Samuel Campbell ia hereby notified that unices hs appesr snd piead answer or demur to eaid bill in aixty d.iy after the next term of laid court, the matter and thing therein charged againat him will be taken aa con' fessed aud a decree accordingly. BUCKLAND oi EVERETT. SoVm for Comp't. August 13. 1663. Chancery Notice. Sandusky couniy, Ohio, Court ef Common Pleas, Peter rjlrohl, ) Jacob Shell and I John Voght. ) JACOB SHELL and John Voght are hereby no lifted lhat on the 24ih day of August. A. D 185', Peter Sirohl of said couniy. filed initio court of Common rfeaa a bill in Chancerv against them setting forth r.ud charging that on or shout the 8th nay of Auiust, A. I). 1640, the said Jacob Shell executed and delivered tu vaid Voght a mortgage deed lor the eaat nail or Ilie nortn-weat qnartei or section number Iwentv-nine ,f'i Jl in townahiu five 5 range sixteen, f 16 continuing eighty acres of fond, in Sandusky county, Ohio, which mortgage waa given to secure the uavinent of two premisao- ry aoles of even date therewith, given by said Shell to aaid Voght or bearer, for hftv-three dollars and thirty-three cente each, which said notee sre now due and have become the property of aaid Strohl. 1 hat aaid strohl afterward purchased tne eaine land, mortgaged aa aforesaid, for taxes from the Treasurer of eaid county, and after ten years had elapsed from the date of said purchase, received and still holds the Auditor deed therefor, and has ever since said purchass paid the taxee on eaid land I hat the saitf convilainant alter receiving said deed from Ihe auditor of Sanduaky couuty, as afore said, took possession of said tract of land, and has made tasting and valuable improvemenle thereon. That complainant has desired and offered to re lease all hia right and sills to said Shell upon pay ment, of the amount due him on aaid notes and mortgage, for taxes, interest and penalty by him paid aa aforesaid, and for said lasting and valuable improvements, but that said Shell neglects or re fuses so to do. Said bill praya that an account may be taken of what is due the complain silt in ths premises, and lhat said land be sold to pay the amount thereof, aud for general relief. And Ihe aaid Jacob Shell and John Voght are hereby notified, that unless they eppear and plead anawer or demur to said bill within aixty day after the next term of aaid court, to be holden in aaid county, the matlera aud thiugs therein set foi th against them will taken as confessed and a decree eutered accordingly. JJUCKLAND dr. KVEHETT, Sol's, for Comp't. Auenst. 14. 145-3. Sale of Kelt I statute toy order of jonrt. Court of Common Pleft Sandusky county, O. Petition to sell Lands. Shubal II. Rnssel. Adni'r. of ) Shubal Russell, dee'd. vp. i Solomon N. Ruses!!, et at. tj BT virtue of an order of the Court pleaa of Sandusky county, Ohio f common 1 shall offer for sale al pnblie vendue, en the 18th day of Sep tember next, between Ihe honra prescribed by law. at the door of the court house, in eaid Sandusky county, Ihe following laud and tenmeut, towit: The north part of the south east fractional quarter of section '24, in township uumber 6, north of range number l5.conatining 73 and aixty-two hundredths acres; also 33 acres on the west part of the north pari of Ihe soolh-west fractional quarter of fraction al section 19, in fractional township 6 ,.uorlh of range 16. bounded as follows; Beginning ate post at ths centre of the road at the north-west corner ol ths said fractional section 19, leence eaat 3 i rods thence south and parallel with ths section line to Big Mud Creek, thence west to the west line ol aaid section, thence north to the placa of beginniug. S. II. RUSSELL. AHm. Admiaia-lrutors Sale of Ileal Estal by order of Court. ON the 3d day of October next, 11H5 1 at -o'clock P. M. at the door ofthe court house in Frs niuut, Sandusky county, Ohio, will be sold lo the highest bidder, the following real estate as ths property of Isaiah Morris, deceased, to wit: The undivied fourth 1 art of the north eaat quar ter of fractional section twelve, township five, north of rautre fifteen, containing eighty and forty one one hundredth acrea; also, one undivided fourth part of the eouth east part of the south west quar ter, fractional section one, township five, range fifteen, containing seventy-five and ninety-four one hundrdeth seres, all in Sandusky county, Ohio.' The one fourth ofthe firat mentioned" tract, ap praised at one hundred and eighty dollar; and one fonrth ofthe second mentioned tract, appraised a sixty-six and seven one hunireth dollar. Tenas or Sale. One-third, cash in hand, one third in ix months, and the residue in one year from the day of ale, with interest, secured le the Batisfactiou of th admiuittralor. JAMES VALLETTE. Administrator ef I. Morris, dec. August 31, 1854 4. Sasb,Dporand;BliRds! THE undersigned haa ..opened a SASH FACTORY, in the shop formerly occu pied by J. R. Pease, ou the eaat aide of the San dusky river, where ho haa in operation ihe latest and most improved machinery for manufacturing Sath, Pannel door. Blinds, and Window Frames ! Hi machinery ia brought to such perfection that the work i far superior to any made by hand. A l.d as he use uothing but thoroughly Kiln Dried Lumber, he is determined that his work ahall not be aurpaaeed either in poiut of work or quality of material, by any other establishment iu theStaie FRANCIS LAKE. Fremont, Aug. I4lh, 1853. At the Old Stand of JOHN R. PEASE, LATE Pease & Roberts. THE SUBSCRIBERS have entered into part nership, for ihe sale of STOVES and the manufacturing and sale of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware! Toe-ether with such other articles as are usually keiit iu a Stove end Tin-were establishment.- They have just received 10 different kinds of Cooking Stoves, Of various sizes and prices: some of which are New and desirable pattern, to which they would invite the attention of the citixen of Fremont and vicini tv. 1 he lormer irieno ana patron, oi tn aoove mentioned firm, together with the community gen erally, who are in want of article in our line, are respectfully invited to call upon us. All kiuds of work in 1 in. Copper, snd Mieet iron will be done with dispstch, at reasonable pricea. and warrauted to give satisfaction. KUUbKtriox.AICLI.LiL.AIll Fiemont, July 17. 185 . .- STRAYED OR STOLEN. TTROM the eubscriber, living in Scott townahip A Sanduaky countv Ohio, three Mare Colte light bdye, one three year old, a white strip in ths face and a yoke ou: two two year old. one of them haa a large ataraud the other a imall star in the fore head. Five dollare reward will be given for information where they can be found. UAV1LI VABULK5ULL. Scolt Township, August 21st 1852. Notice to Teacbcrg. TtROPOSALS to teach the Schools in Fremoont JT will be received bv the Secretary of the Board of Education thereof until the 25th of September next. The epplicant must stale the time he or ihe will engage, and the price per month. By order or Ihe isoard, H. EVERETT, See. August 28. 1853. 100.000 Feet of Lumber for Sale rrlHE Proprietors of the California Slnre have X now on hand a great variety of all Kiuds of Liumber. Poplar from i inch to 3 inches thick, Walnut 1 " 4 Scantling nil sixe; also Shingles for sals. The above will be Sold at Ijow Rates. Lumber taken in exchnge for Good. CLOUD & GARVIN. Fremont, July 31, '5 J. JULLINEBV Ac DRESS MAKING npiie Misses Th raves jui from Binning; JL ham, Englatid, reapeclfully announce to tfie citixena nf Fremont and vicinity, that they have lo cated in thia place, and occupy roome on Croghan St., nearly oppoaite the residence of Dr. Brainuril. They would earnestly solicit the patronage of the Ladies, in the above business, confidently be lieving that whatever is entrusted to them, will he satisfactorily completed, according to the latest Fashions; and for their aervices, they will be ati fied with a reasonable compensation. Fremont. July 24lh, 1852. 2m. THE LUTHERAN CHURCH, Of Fremont, being desirona of building a new House for worship by advice of a large nninber ef the citixene of the town, offer for sale iheir prea ent house and lot, with the design of locating aud buildingon Church street. Thoss desirous of purchasing will apply for price and terms of payment to John Carshner. F. Grnnd, or 11. LANG. Fremont, March 20, 1951 Tax Notice- TnrAsuHin'j Orncr, Fremont, Sept. 4th, 1853. $ NOTICE is hereby given lo the Tax psyers of Sandusky Colinly, that the following taxes have been levied by the proper authorities n Ihe taxable property in said county, for the year IS5i, and the duplicate thereof placed in the hand of the undersigned for collection. The rutin of taxation for the several purpose on each dollar of valu&tion eutered on the grand list, for aaid ear, in the several townships are showu in ths following table. ii H S5 S3 W W ! ea ec o za 50 ce ee so ce M M M M S 01 en o. a i, 01 o, c, -Q State tax County County Debt Inter'st on Co. d'bt County Infirmary (rom sch'l by county Bridge Inter'st on R R bonds Road Townships 2 "-r -1 -7 J Vt Vj " en 01 01 cs 01 01 2 "k ts to io 15 to 14 K) 1 OOOOoO 00 OOOOcOoOogoS cooooooooog ooar. oocooooo00oo00oooo'o 3--------- ' O ooSoooOooo Ol 01 en g o, o. g o. S o o w o w to !" 10 . 3 l-KuMO.5goi est- ... to ' ta en Ex. school by t'ps Total 3 "o bib'o "o 00 S V-j Q(DK3tOQtfOOwe'Ul OV 9 There has also been made and placed upon said duplicate the followiug special levies to wit: In the town of Fremont, fdr corporation purpoaes. three initla on the dollar; for fire engine, two milh on the dollar; and for school house and tuition purpo ses six and a half mills on the dollar. In the town of Beilvuefor corporation purposes, eleven mills on the dollar; for tuition purposes, two mills 011 the dollor: and for school house pur poses 1,35 mills on the dollar. In the tow.iship of Ballville i-5 nulla on the dollar for school purpo aes:and the township of Rice two mills oil the dol lar for school purposes; in ertwoi district No eight Madison three mills on the dollar; diairict I Ball ville one mill; district 7 Ri'ey 11 mills; dislrict eight Towusend two mills; district five Bullviile two mills. The subscriber will attend one day by himself or his deputy in each township for the purposes of receiviug taxes, st the usual Ipaces of holdingelec tious. as follows, to wii: In Scott Sept 15 In Jackson Sept 91 Madison - .. 16 Billville .. 32 Woodville ..17 Green Ck 34 Washington ..18 York .. 33 Rice . . id Towusend ..37 Riley ..25 The subscriber will attend at hi office in Fre mont threufier until the 3!lth December next, for the purpose of receivinr the foiegoing taxes. Af ter that time, Ihe duplicates will pass into the hands of depntr collectors, and mileage and peo ailv chareed thereon on all taxee then unpaid. No bank notes will be received in payment of taxes except those or specie paying banks of this stats, issued according to law. WILSON M. STARK, Treasurer of 8sndnky county. ' MEW STOCK! NEW PRICES'.! I ' : iivsTJS rj3aVSo.v;t iS WOULD inform the poblic that h has resumed hibuinea at his old stand, an Croghanst., and having had theoportuuity of seeingand getting All the Latest Fashions from Fast and West and having brought on an assortment ofthe FINBST WOODS, VENKERINGS, C., he is prepared to furnish his old customers, and a many new ones as can crowd into hi ware room, with the moat splendid lot of Mahogany, Rosewood and Blackwalnat FURNITURE, Of every kind from the Cradle to the Coffin As to prices, he te determined - . . NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD. .. He 1 hold to jay that he can offer vou BETTER BARGAINS and BETTER WORK than vou can get west of Buffalo: he hason Y and, and is making All kinds of BEDSTEADS, on TVew and Improved Plans; snch a Lewia'Patent, Fowler' Patent, Set., &c Uo not fail to give him a call. H-T He haa got op a good Hearae.and will attend funerala in town orconntry. Fremont, Auguat 10, 1850. Singing Books! NOW IS THE TIME for Singing, an Bucklande are prepared for it, and are offer iug to thoae went: ' The Mendlesoln Collection of Choice Music Carminia Sacra, Church Choir. Psaltry, . The Odeon. Manhattan Collection, Alpine Glee Singer, The Melodeon, 3 volumea; The Lute. The Juvenile Singine- School: Sabbalh Schoola' Melodies; Miaaourie llarmoney, Ac. efec. - Bnckland't Brick Block. Oct 25, '51 - The Sandusky ih a Kage The Locomotive coming, and the friends of CHEAP GOODSnnd SMALL PROF ITS rushing for ' " J. P. HAYNES & SON'S who an now recrivinir their iinmrnt slock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, AtlWo. 1. Buckland's Block, which ia crowded with people from all parts of the country, who are wise enough to examine Haynes' Stock before they buy. Farmers of Sanduaky couniy, and ye who thirst alter . .. i Cheap Goods! Com and examine oar alock. Ton wiltfinr.no hurnHujr;, no aoftaoap. no piniiimu, ao holding customers br the arm no flattery, but the beat Goods you ever unw, amon; them heavy yard wide Brown Sheetings. Denim?. Lmtietana atrippf, fast entered Calico, and a few hhde Porto Rico ujrar, white, dry and clean, porrlmard InM full for uhr an old reaident of the Island und all sixpenny poods trimmed that ned trimming. We have increased our Mock or READY-MADE CLOTHING! -4 made here, and warranted not to rip, em brae ing garments of all description., styles, and qua itv, and "belter barfftins" in tbe wav of Turn timing the outer man cannot be made weat of Now York. than with as. Wholesale dealers in BOOTS AND SHOES, Finding that Eattem Manufaeiureti were sending Goods to Ohio on commission, gave us a few eases coarae Botila to elt at -twelve hiHingp, good kip at two dollars, and fine calf boots at fifty cent a more, and a large lot of Wotnens' and Men' ga tcrs. ahoes, slips. 5tc, ao low that none need go barefoot. HATS, CAP3. AND BONNETS! of every variety, style and quality; Palm Leaf hale at a shilling, and Bonnets iu Proportion; and last, but not least, among our many Goods, ia a rich aud varied assortmeut 01 Goods for llje Ladies! Beautiful Lawne.De Laineaand Merimac prints eight yams foreightshillinga, trimmed; Berages r rench Lsvni, Alpaccas and Cringliams lor trifle more. Nails, Glass, Crockery, Hardware, Leather, Stone-ware, &c. dec. We do a atraitforward bhsineea buy our Goods Low, and sell them CHEAP, for Ready Pay or Produce Have One Price for all. Our motto. WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD." Cash for Wool, Wheat, Outs and Corn. JNO. P. HAYNES A SON. Fremont, June 19, 1853. HARD-WARE! FARMERS ! MrchHfiic. and Working Men North -Weitem Ohio ! Wt ar happr tci announce to you th arrival of the largest. muM complete, and geueral assortment of Hardware, ever opened in this market. We are now prepared to meet the in creased demand for Goods in our Hne have bought heavy of Eastern Manofactur ere and Importers, at very low figures, and would say to the Friendn of tho Boys. give ns a rail, and satisfy yonrselvea of the excel -Idnt quality of our Goods, and The Lotv Price! we put on them. We call the attention of Farinors to the beFl as sortment of FARMERS' TOOLS in town. A suiiorior Plow, steol mould hoard: al so John Rich's celebrated iron beam Plow, ail air es; Corn Shelleis, Scythe. Snaths, Cradles, Forks, Hoe. Rakes, Rifles. Stonea, Shovels, Spades, Sycles, Straw Knives. Bush Scjtlies, &c. &c ,as low as the lowest. TO HOUSE BVILDEBS ! Best Eastern Naila, at $3 00 and $3 511 per 100 pounds; and aa complete an aaaortment ol House Trimmings! as can be found in Northern Ohio. Glass, Sash, and Putty, Paints aud Oils. Mechanics Tools! Carpenter's, Blacksmith's. Mason's, Cooper's Shoemaker's. Saddler's and Harness Maker's, car riaa-e maker's, and cabiuet maker's Tools and trimmings. Iron all round for Wagons, $3 00 per 100 lbs. Saddlery Hardware, and Harness Trimmings and Tools, a heavy eloi-k at reduced prices: Buggy & Carnsge I rimmines. CHAIN PUMPS, a first rate article. Stoves! Farmers ufSandnskv Connty! We can show ou the best and laigest assortment of Stoves, ever brought le this market, consisting ofthe following patterns or 1 ight-Air cooks: Mew World; Western World; Globe; Cultivator: Atlas; Krrmer' Improved; Enirle tlol Air- .... Western Empire: United Stales: Western Queen: May Queen; Forest Qoeen; Prairie Flower; and Premium Sioves. Parlur Stove. Cast Iron Parlor of all Pattern Regulators, Collate, &c. Our Tin Hhop is in fu!l blast. Work done at ahojt notice, and in a workmanlike manner. An assortment of Tiiuware cooatantly on hand. In conclusion we will say that we have every 'hinir iu Ihe line of Hardware, usually called for in this section of Ohio. With many thanks to our friends for their patjonage, and soliciting further favors,we remain ronr friends THE BOYS CA M Fl LD &. M ITCH ELL. Fremont Hardware Store. Jund I5lh, 185.!. Administrator Appointment. NOTICE is hereby given that Ihe undersinged has beeu appointed and duly qualified Admin istrator on the estate of John K . Miller, deceased, late ofSaudusky countr. State of Ohio. ABRAHAM STULLER. August .!, 18. . ' ' for, the -Ladies! t is hardly accessary to inform the La dieaof our alock of . . ,, !,; t 57:); PERFUMERY AND FANCY GOODS! as they know vehere they are, and what they are, but we would just hint to them that we have en larged onr stock in this line very mnch this Fall, and we are sure they will be pleased to try our ! Packuly, Ambrt. Verrint, Jenny Lind, Jockey Club, Maynoliu, Vanilliu, Cream of Lilliea, Ox Morrow, Jules Huuel EsuLuslrell, dec, for they are eertaiiilv very nice. Then there ie the Fancy Good on the other aid -.. . I .. -. . -, Ladie's Ebony Boxes and Writing Desk, Port Folio Paper Weights. Alabaster Jewel Boxes anil Ink Stands, Pearl, Shell, J very and Velvet Card Case, and the finest Papeir Nachw Perte Homes you ever did ee, and a thousand nther ar ticle too numerous to mention, which were bonght expressly for them. Just come and see them whe ther you want lo buy or not:, rv a are never tired showing nice goods, and we want the good folk of r remoutand vicinity to bepoteri npin these mat ters. S. BUCKLAND & Co. Fremont, Odlober 25th, 1851. !. ; j . A. - J SCHOOL B OOKS. ipiIE SUBSCRIBERS have just received jl. ins following - .7 - - . , , . : STANDARD SCHOOL BOOKS! to which they would call tb attentioa of School 1 eaeher and f arents: McGufTey's Ecloctic series of Readers, numbers 1st, 3d, 3d, 4th and 5th. Munderill's series do0 1st, 9d, 3d, and 4tb. ' ' " Willard's W. 8., large and abridged. Rational Speaker. , . , - , s The Student's Speaker. " ' ' ; ' Ray's, Greenleaf's, Adams', Smith 's, Dodd Enos' & Stoddard's Arithmetic. Dara. Davie. Rav'a ot Towor's Alo-ebrs. Pineo's, Clark's, Rirkham's, Bullion's Smith's, and Itruwu's txrammar. - ... - Parker's, Comstock's, and Mre. Phelps' Philos ophy, . - t .. .. Comstock's, snd Mrs. Liucolu's Botany. Comstock's Mineralogy, and ; Physiology, and natural nisiory. . - ..... . t Greenleaf's Exercise in Composition. - Webster's uuabridged, revised. University, and School Uirtionary. . t " . Andrew'sand Stoddard's Latin Readers. Grain mars, and Exercieee. . ; : 7' '- Views ofthe Microscopic World. -? . Elements of Meteorology. , v , -x-- . Burnett's Astronomy. . . German Suellers, and Primmers. - German and English Grammars, and Dictionary McGufTey's, Boully's Pictorial, aud blementarr Spellers. Also a inree assortment of Miscellaneous, Med ical. Musieal, and Law Books. J Call and examine for voorselves. " ' ! 'r: S. BUCKLAND & Co. ? Wo. 3, Buckland's New Block. Oct. 85. 1551. A Handsome Foot IT IS ADMITTED THAT a welt-shaped and handaonie Foot iaa moat desirable lee-end to set off to advantage the personal appearance of either a ladv or gentleman, hut all are aware that a handsome fool, if not encased in a neat Shoe or Boot, is a moat melanchollv sight to the beholder. and none understand this fact better than Ihe la dies. To meet the wnnts of his r-astomere, the subscriber haa just retnrned from New York with a large and well selected atock of ' Boots Shoes j which he invite Ihe citizen of Sanduskv. and ad joining counties, 00 call and examine. His stock consists, in part of .- 3 Qentlemens fine French and American Calj Boots, Kips snd Cowhides, Brogan's of all kinds. Also, au excellent variety of Pomps, Walking Gaiter, fancy Congress Gaiters, Prunella Gaiters, Taylor ties: together with Morocco, Seal dk. calf Slippers snd Pumps. Will find a very fine assortment of Shoe and Slip pers brought on especially for them. French kid slippers, Jenny Liuds, Excelsiors, fine Prunella gaiters, buskins and slippera, besides a large. and fine assortment of shoee for every day wear. -Children's Shoes and Gaiters, any quantity India Rubber Sboea and Boots. The eubscriber II also manufacture to order, alt kinds of Boots and Shoes for gentlemen and Lad iee' wear, r Ex perienced workmen coaatantly employed. . Country manufacturer and dealers will find at my establishment all kinds of - - - FINDINGS. -used in the Irade. French and American calfakine Seal skins, Morocco, Patent leather.. Ensmeled leather. Sheep skins, Lasts. Pegs. Needles, Bris tles, See., &ev All my articla are warranted. V 1 respectfully invite 'the ladies snd gentlemen of Sandusky to eall aud examine for themselves, P. DORR. Fremont, May 18th, 1852. PAPER AND PAPER HANOI KG S ! 50 REAMS Blue and White Fools Cap Paper, an excellent qualitv. - . 100 Reamsblue and white letter paper. . 40 Reams Flat Cap paper. 20 Reams assorted note paper.-, : - A large lot of wrapping paper. 300 rolls wall paper of 40 different styles. A ven fine lot of Wiudow paper. Window shadea. Fire board Prints, and plain and velvet border, for sale verv low at lUt&Lanua' October 35, '51. - BUCKEYE ROOT AD SHOE , . -. , . . AND .. Readymade Cothing Store, Removed! HAL. I. A GASTON having removed their xinHKiv Siotrk ol limit. Sht and Clothing nun Kooin t. , Iturklund'a Block, formf rly oc cupied by J. r . K. Srhring, would tk& this meth od of tendering their thnfcs to their numerouscus titinerwe for Iho "Material Aid!'? furnished them, thereby encouraging them in their efforts 10 benefit and please them. Onr slock of BOOTS & SHOES! is greatly enlarged, and consists of every variety of aivle, shade and quality. All kinds of Boots nud Shoes for Gentlemen and Ladie's wesr, manufac tured toorder, at the loweat price, and open the shortest notice. The several departments nf man ufacture are under Ihe charge of skillful workmen. A general assortment of 8IIOE FINDINGS, is ofleied to the Irade, at a email advance upon the New Tork prices. READY-MADE CLOTHING Consisting of Ceals, Pauls, Veats, Under Clothing, of all kinds. Hose, Glovee, Handkerchiefs, era vats, and every article that belongs lo a gentle men wardrobe. ofthe latest styles, and in treat nrofbaion. , All of which they went to sell fcr Ihe dime. Giro them a call before purchasing elsewhere.' No charge lor exhibiting goods. - - " HALL & GASTON. Fremont, June 1 2th, 185 J. . . , s 1852!.', ' .' SANDUSKY BOOK BINDERY! THE Subscriber would respectfully announce tu the citizena of Sandusky City and vicinity 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 o business. They profess to be practical work men in every branch pertaing to Book Bindiug.- Work entrusted to their care warranted to be well and neatly done.- Particular attention paid to Bind-' iug. Periodicals, Music, Newspapers, Macaxines. in a superb manner, either plaiuor extra eill. Old Booke of every description rebound. Having on hand a superior stock of psper of every eixe and quality they are prepared to manufacture Blank Booka of every description ruled to any pattern desired. Paper ruled at prieee to suit the times. Book Binderv at the old stand over the Bookstore of C. L. Dvrbr & Co., Caswell's Block.' June, '26. 1852 If . . MILLER 4 KIES. N. B. Those bavins- work of the above descrip tion to be done, can leave it at the Book and Drag Store ol S. Uuckland ac Co. , who are oar author ted agent, ' ., , -. r ,"5 U Welsh wi CoasUw. ", 7 V DR. B4LL'S BALAAM is no Paregoric , preparation, but a Medicine WHlCfl. MAKES C URES at home, Jther (, parties can be found. . ' ' Tlae Great Congb and Consxtmptlri .,: .. . Itemed j-. , , ' READER! have yea '"J Cough which yoa are ' r ' neglecting, under ' the " L '"'' idea that it ie only nevaswt s jinoa cold, end lhat it will , ,,-sooa wear itself out? ? fV Let a friend ten yon, la SJ esi kindu'' wlu '""' soon be the e.obable result. :" " . " ; ,-""" In a short time, if von continue to neglect year- ' self, Ton writ beein to feel a sense ef tightness and oppression across ths chest, accompanied with fre-j j quent aitarp oarting pains. 1 nen a ary nscaing cough will set in, and when .yoa raise anything it will be a thick and yeaiowisn, or white frothy mat' ter, streaked, perhaps, with blood. If yoa stilt taksv no medicine, fheae unpleasant symptom will in crease, hand yoa will aoon eave a hectic fever, cold chills, night sw9ats, , copioas expectoration, anal then great prostration. II yon still neglect toot- ' self, a few weeks or month will see yoa consigned) to ins grave, leaving yonr friends to mourn now r rapiaiy consumption did its work, and horned yo t away. Friend, have you no cause to be alarmed! la tbe above sketch, yoa mav aee. as ia a rlese how every case of Consumption progresses, wills more or less rapidity, to a fatal terruiualion. Of r all the thousands . and million whom thia great. Destroyer has gathered to lbs tomb, every siaela case began with a cold. If this hdd beeu attendee! to, all might have been well: bat being neglected, " under the fatal delusion that it would 'wear Itself ; off,' it transferred it deadly astion to th subs-.anr , nf the long, exciting there the formation of tube- -cle. Another, and anothel cold added fuel to the flame, antil these tubercles began to soften aad supontrate, leaving by their ulceration, great cevi- - tiee m the lungs. . At tlnscnsts, the disease nr very . Hicnll to cure, and oftentimes . sets at denanco an t . human uieans. ' .. " . Jr-. ... r. In the latter or worst stage, this medicine will 1 oftentimes arrest the disease, or cneck its progress aud will alwaya make the patient more comfortable and prolong hia lile, and it is therefore worthy of a ' -' trial; nut in ns mctpient or lormer -periods, Con--, snmplmii 1 as enrsb'e as attr other disease, s. , I'K. HALL'S BALSAM tUK. THELUKG3, if taken : t this lime, will cure it 0AS SCRELT AH IT II TAKEN !.o This is slrne language, I but we can refer von lonomberleee livius! wiUiess- ea to proe that it is true! . And therefoie. we ear--: neatly exitnrl every man,'Woirmu.audehild, whe. - haa a euugb, or ie subject . to cold, to keep the. nfedicine by voa'io the house, and whenever voa take cold, do nut 'let it alone to work mischief ia i your system bnt eradicate it thoroughly, and at A ence.- bv this powerfully healing compound, and leave your tunes uninjured, to carry you iufull vigor- . to a good old age! , .t r rs?- g.. CT Read testimony of R. MlLronD, Esq.on she oLDtiT MsaismATES iu this city: ,;r -j- .y--. ; Cincinnati, Der. 1, 18SK : Messrs. O. R. Tlaker &. Co Dear Sirs: Those -afHicied ilh diaease of the Langa, will fine Or.'' Hall' Balsam for. the lungs a most Vaiuablb . Medicine. . 1 have been -frequently attacked with" UieKASKs or tbi Lvsg lor the last fire year, and Dr. liall'a Balaam da alwaya Bhokk p ths Dis- . xsae at once, i feol lhat the public should ktow , the merit of such a remedv. RICHARD MUtFORD. ' ' ; Residence on Plum, three dooro above sixth L; r i, ' " Mort Cincinnati Cures' ' ' " Cineinuaii, July lat, 1851 -.. Messrs O D Baker & Co. Dear Sirs: I have always had objections 10 have my name in any way K attached le a patent medicine, tout when I think (ae I ntw have every reason to believe) it hassar-iv ed my life, i am induced by a sense of duty to thoae afflieted as 1 have been, to make my caee known, and recommend your Ba'sal aa a medicine that eaa be fully relierf on. - About a ear stnee. r was at- : Ircked with Lung Fever, which left my loitge much diseased; my couirh was distressing, altended with' pain in my fefl side. I had eeen Wistar's Balaam' of Wild Cherry puffed up in the paper, and I con cluded lotrv it. I used bottle after bet'le, which in taete and in its operation resembled Paregoric, soothing temporarily. My diaeaaehad by thi time become firmly seated; I had cold night sweats, aee tie Fever, swelling of the Limbs,- dkc., showing CoartnacD CossnarTtON ! The remedies 1 obtain ed from my Physician also failed giving me pernio- . nent relief or benefit. My Lnne now Ulcxratxb j . oud I raised Largk QuaiiTiTicser Mitten from . them. The Doctor told my. friends lhat 1 must -die! Mv brother then got a bottle afDr. Hall's. Balsam for the Lungs and I 'commenced taking it. At first it sickened me, but after taking more, 1 found it went to the spot the Vkkt 6'katofMt . Disease. I began to raise with more ease, and cootd feel, dailv. that my Luns-a were Heating an - . til by Ihe ose of finir bottles, 1 was restored to bet.;-'V ' ter health than 1 had enjoyed for years. .1 believa i -if I had need Dr Hall's Balsam sihen I was first rf attacked it would have saved ma a vast deal of suf fering. All I can say 10 others, is, try it, and i -think you will be benefitted if your diseaf is en your lungs. ' Yours respectfully, ? -. - - J. C. VVILLARD ' : Three door above Fifth street oa Vine. ' The public have been imposed upon by remedies recommendek by certificates which have alwaya -' originated from some unknown'- source.- VWe be'' lieve that a Medicine possessing real merits will ef- " feet cures wherever it is nerd, at home as wsll a " abroad. This ia no Paregoric preparation, bnt one which if used in season will save the lives of thou sands; snd persons msy make thie bargain with -Agenta from whom they ' purchase, that in every case -where K is used freely according to directions, and entire satisfaction is not given in 24 or 43 honra they can re' urn the medicine, and their Money will be cheerfully refunded - - r . For sale bv. '"----.'-' . STEPH. BUCKLAND & CO. , t Fremont Feb. 88. 18&J. r ...... KEW8! JiEWS! ! '-.. --- Glorious News!! From ihe South!!! - HE Mexican Mustang Liniament, that has been perroruiine stich remarkable Cures, and and creatine ao mucS excitement in the South and Wert ilnrilii; Ilie last twelve .month-, j- -. 1 - i IIAfS AKRIVFJI 13 OCR MIOSTf anil all thoNe afllicled with Rheumatism, old Sores i or Uocer Diseases, or Sprainp, Scalda, Burns, or. . Erupitons of any kind, can now be healed. Those who have beeu enfleriug for months or yearw with that loathsome disease. The Pile? need aow 9er no loneer a thia Mustakg Lisiabisjix is a certain remedy, no niatter how bad ther are, or of w how Ian atandinp. Cancers, Fistulos, Scald Head ' Feller or It ins; Worm r any kind of a sore, ar healed and perfectly cured in an incredibly abort lime, j-.. '..: ;j " To tbe Ladies It is Invalanble For sore niple. caked breast, aene , in Ihe fae Touih or Ear Aehe, nr any painpul lore or ell- -ings. It also reniore dandrifT from Ihe head, in vitforalea the hair, and prevents it from falling out. and five a beautiful glossy softness lo the hair that is not attained by auj other preparation. t 'For Dorses and other Animals. : " ' it haa no equal in healing saddle or Collar Galls, Scratches, Mange, sprains or Braises snd il is an '. infallible remedy for splints, spavins, or Ringhoaea dissolving Ihe large tumors, and reducing the wol- "f tenor eulareed joinla to their - aatutai size, and healthy, action. Pole Evil or Fistula, and Big- ' headcan now be cured; and the Mustang Lima-, ment islhs remedy that nan do it. If you or any- of your family, or year favorite horse are-afflieted ' ! with anv of the above diseases, trv oa bottle it only costs 25 cent and you, will never an any other remedy. ILTior aale, whole-ale and retain, by 8 UBCk lailtt fc CO-, of Fremont, and by other agent in all tho villiaffes.aad towna of thia' and Ibe one I rounding conntiee. ( . Oct. 4. 1851. : : - Agents Wanted; ? TO SELL THE , LIFE OF tEX.fflVFIELD SCOTT. (f( PAGES I2me-, handsomely and durably O'Llvi' Bound,-Illustrated with engravings. By Kuwahd D, Miurniu Eq many years .lk ed- i itor of the Cincinnati. Duily Chronicle. Th ubscribea will shortly receive from lbs Press, an edition of th above valuaple work, and will furnish thorn wno wiart to aeons Agents lo circulate the same, 011 the most favorable teime. For further particulara and all necessary informa tion, applicant will please address their letter la the subscriber. H. MANSFIELD, Publisher, : . 134 York Street, New Haven. Ct. rEBBT DA VISE'S PAIN KILLER! A Fresh find Genuine Article, jul received and for sale at the Grocery and Pre vietoaatereof - . T1LLOTSOJI -Jb.t TLEiU Frameat, Kevambar I. '51.