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EIFFIXISS 1N9 COXPETEXCE. - v rri . tWMlMarnht MM IB srnaaof th ' irokaa is kaaka u4 nameiia a M" "" aa laim apnin liaai ef the fowmt far lha eagayinaai af life a an ar U yl keikk. kwm Clpt' aa aaaer aaraaitr of euaa. ariaiii- hva, naamea ef anha. naale aa sreaoansaat. - Mm eftSa esaaaef her aiMw fc Mihaai W before. ri hrm airlaood. er tha 1m ! ef aamaea were pitW aoaa aa hat ails sanaealtw. aaa f cuaiai '" IX ifTKK TBAJU, nn M hat a Va vatkM kraar tawaWtia. aaleaa k-ck aaa aiw.W aapat aaa (alt imnini ef w Wh-i-aaUwaaaleeaa strata siniH.i. aartr Ua, aaaaledm aa liana la altar reea ; aaa aaa aajata of aacank wa vit eat fees seas aaa, sT was salaliasi aaiaaalniiiiinj am uunmiuinunm T VaeaM taa riakaaa aal aiSWiac eeaHarad T wtmr WJ Bar Mat eeaia, aaai t iata aae eaaaaasi 111 III It I 1 ' . iaaal la fir it a sa saa laaaaTafaW waaah waaM aaara Iwaaa' Aa aa Wat keakaal da) I .. aril aai aaaaM ?f aavj. , inh asrotviaa eiaa few trow uchaaM at tLe win, wiihoai (inn aua an oaaenaaKr af aeaanaa; skat eeaa eefaues wkiek KU eiemoaa are euuuaa, aud lfc aunnawa : at akiek araaM aaciua ska anaaimai af kasitlf. wlW, aa ucnw ths ntui or appisTbss f Vaanaaiar at rhae pasaHMd of tha kaewteira, tSa want e wkak aaa eeuaad tka stckn and poanr ikitaraaia la riawr ack aaaaaaaauct-s. ao arift ar awikar aaca sabai if aba asrlect to arail haiaalf of ikat haowk-daa ia M9 ta kausH, wkick wcaM ri kf atack aaCan.. aa ' W aMaaa af ewiaeaa aa poasarur W kfr kn.aar a, 4 cantor aeaakar ekiMraa that kwaaua aoa all fre-kalikr fcadiaa. witk kaalikr alia it Tkat taoaitaaaa m lamina 1 a buua aadi aauila4 THE MARRIED WOMAN'S . Pwate Medical Cempaaion. . t. BB. A. at. MAnKtAV, (aa sunt aasaa, aire atasaaa. M - ; rMsMaMiatarT.a4haiaat RrlFKItlM OK WOBDatmrTJXs raaHlorli; that 1TIBT rinil, WUKTHall MAttalKDOK HOT, sea VarO aire a rail kaaarieaWa ar aa aat tkaaaw aaal -aaaa or avre aaaapaai alt Uaa eaurlaaj araapaaaaa, aaat I haw A kjixkmi oorui . aheaM haaa aaaaaale. - It ia uapraatiaakla ta asaaer Mir.!? eaaea. aaklaeai aaaa aSTaa Iheyaie af a aarara atriaUr Blaaeas for Ika BHrnaa, ar Ifcaae saawmplana. aamaraa. aal aa Hnaale niraai of arjo iar aaallk. aa4 Dal kaaaT. eaaaraaaal area kaaltk. alack U aa oa.iaaaia aa k m kiril'M, aa) aW e( kauiaa4. kal ailker las ar a ill efctala u, a. kaa ar a III erarr kaaau4 aka kaa ika lore af aaVHa of ka was at aaan. ar taat af ka an raaaaiarr rauaanaaaal. tjWAJUNs or oik nvnomjen Tnoo- AMD COlMaSn aea VaaaUVBT T KAIl.ii IJr i? . EJ t? EJ -? 3 ICJ-Basc and Shamcfal Fraud! ! tkVm TO tOOKSELLERS. YI0LATI01T OF COPTRIGHT .a sporiovs ornoJ . rhcraat a4 VualSeaa. kaa keaa aanafiiiUlr afaaa. ahk tka trm aat aiaa, aaaaUr taa tuu Titls raaa, aai TYPOGRAPHICAL AJtRAnGBMBRT, at anonW naaa MiVarirarre far " Br. A. M Maariaaaa aa4 Boataa" for " New 1 ork," aa4 lha warda, EatTCasa asaenliu Act of Conenia ska aaar laif. kf la SW Ckarkt OAcc af tha Uialrict Caart af ska I Hat net af rtcw Vats, TVa sastaata. ika atkjaat aian w. aad iaaat era KHTIUKI-y DtrfERKIT, ISwtad aa anr, Vraaaiak. airty fatar, airk a sapar an; It eaa ka kw-n aba fraaa tka awaarakla aad illvibla aan. aata aeatwtad tkraaskaar, its aagaa. Taa seajetrM IdlHia If it in are ear la Ska awaa aaraat laakaaa) aad aaaaaaa : baaaaty aa ai ka williaa larriai n OKraACOine iuum cvrroauia. Me baa aaa tha keal awaar af aVa aiaaairr larr will ka aniaaiai, aad eteae will sa tal Ikaa t tka aabUc. A aaar awl ka aaat e eaab kaakirltar ar tna. i wkicB taay will aa niranaasj asas a aii CAUnOH" TO THE PUBLIC. mm HOT OKFRATJDKDI .' H. Y., a aa U- litla pace, ami tka nnry ai f larkl Oaa ua aka kack of tka title rasa correapene aa karata, ana ky anly ef raspenakla and knaarakla daalara, ar lead kf aaui, aal ad- dr. to Dr. A. M Msaricaaa. s-.ii .- mumi, with a faw aaaaa habM of imnortaat aakiaera aa arary amrriad IVaMle, aiH aa aaiH. rraa 01 cmts. a. "aa S prepaid latter, addraaaaa at eatem. IfOa reeelp aa taafty Canta, far Owe tall, Sw I Km Krl Itloa artra BlInellaBM aTHS ItAltltlF.II WOMAN'S miVATK sUDIClL CONPAKIOn " ta sent (aaWhd fVae) te any aaa a the Oalseal Ktataa. AU tatsara aaaat ke paa ymU. aad aawtrraaaal aa 13 H. A. M. M U KICK AU, ajaa r City. I-aailaauaa; viaii , aa. aaa uaanr e- Patent Bleicines! t5. BUCKL AND & CO., A BE THE SOLE AGENTS for S.n A dtrsky county, for thafollowingatandardMed- rciooa: .. Orvrrenated Bitters, -MoOal'a Bitten. -Mastang Linamant, Knra aad Bone, do. Garf ling Oil, Lieorwort and Tar. Jadkin'a Oiutraent, Balsam of Horehoune. Boopland'a Feeer and Agaa Cure,' Monroe's Tonieforagna visirood'a Cholooguge, ' Townaand'a aaraaparillal Haugarian Balaam, Shaker aaraapartila, MeLana's Vermifwre, ltull's aaraaoanlla, Fayanatock 'a Verniifu ge Gnyaott's sarsaparilla 4. seller's vermifuge, Javne's Vermifuge, Pain Killer. - - Tallow Uoe, Saraapanlla, WildChsr-l ry aaa UandelioB, Braal's medicines, Jayae'a mod iciaea, : ' Sloan' aDadreiaea, Fiteha aaodieiaaav GraffenbargCo,. do. Empire Co's da. . Wild Cherry Balsam. C harry Pectoral, -. - I Pain Extractor, L nrm for rain. Pain Extern) ioater, Petrelenm, -a Nerrine Balsam, Lithontriptie raixtuje, Pattit's Eye sal, Dyspeptic Bitters, Dvapeptie Cordial, Christie's Magnetic Car-I Thompson's Eye Water, Cook' Eye Water, : atiyea, ' ':" ' J Magnetic Plaster, Maenetis Ointment.' Dean' Chemical Plaster Canker Balsam. McAliater'aOintrneBl, Ginng Panacea Gre aery's, Jayoee, Sellar'a, sonle's, Phiaer's Hilaer'a, Moffat', Brandreth'a, Wersdell's. Mc Lane's, MeCnlloch's, Rushes', and every other kind of Pill that ar good for any thing, end all ether staadard medicines of the day, at JYo. Z, Butklan' Brick Block, - jtST Signoftfa Big Mortar. ' -Fremont, Ssndnaky e. Not. I, 65l. Drugs, MetMcines, Paints, OILS. VAB5CISOES, &., . " S'BCCIm.IiAITO a CO. have just reeelr e ed a eery large lot of Drag, Paint. Oil, Dye Staffs. Giaee. Giaae-ware, PerfamerT, dVev, which they weald earnestly solicit those wishing anything fa tha line to tall and xamin before nurchasin: eleewhere, as we think it will be eery mnoh to their dratrtag to do so, lor w pledge sareelyes te fell AS OO0D ARTICLES! ; a eaa be bought in the Eastea market at aa low price a ear neighbor aak for a poor article. Having been for ten years in the Dace Bosir.t ' in thie place, we think we know something of the wants of ita inhabitant, and while w would return ear thank for the eery liberal patronage we hae received, we promiee to spare no pain for the fu. tar in giving our customers the full value of their aoeoey in Uooo uuous. . We do not think ii necessary to enumerate bar rtlelee, nor the quantity we have, (or have not,) el each article. - oatne it to ear we have a COMPLETE ASSORTMENT! and enough ef each to supply alldemand, addam o!e arranffesnentsto hev more. Wa would ask Parsiciaas ta call aad examine aur Drees and Prices before going to Tiffin eitv Mandseky eitv. or else ar ha re. as we do knew that wa eaa aell aa cheap a any af Ihem, aad w are bMd M da it iny new. - TO PAIHTERS AND ALL WHO WANT PAINT8! We woaid sey that if eat Paiats are aotfirot-rats aaa ail we reeomtnena mem, we win pay nil eam .a tV . Aa a.l aak Von to take out ward for it: ask any Faitiler ia Fremont and they- knew, for they have need ihera if Bocklands' is not the best place to ay any Kina el mini, erxvan uhsskd Jll or Tertjienes. - . Don't forget the place, Nr i. Bncbiand'i Brjck BIcrk, - : ' 8. BUCKLAND aV C. Freme-t, OUlitr aStb, 1851. . FASCV DYER, . ! Coiumbtu Avanue, Sandusky City, Ohio. T A DIES' Shawls. Dresses, Bonnets, Ribons, A Hum, Ac, colored and finished id a superior manner. Alio Qentlemene'toate, Puma and Vests dyad and pressed in tha boat at vie. Faded Coal restored to their former brilliancy. B roe ha and Marino Shawla, and Kid gloves beautifully cleaned. July 17, 18SJ ly F. R. COM3TOCK. o RANGES, Lemons and Raisins jnsl received by express, for sale by J. DOUGHERTY. N AILS. Fremont Iron Ce.'a Nails, manufac tured at Tro. N. T.. at HTK" ODFliH elaoperierqualii HatkksChkap 8Tonc. tl of Real Ealnte by Order of CoHrt- ON Satnrday tha S5lh day af September next, at iwa o'clock P. M., at tha door of tha Court Hoove in Fraroont, Sandusky county, state of Uhlo, ill ba aold to the hit-heat bidder, tha tbllowine real aetata as tha property of George Rapp, de- coaaed, ta wit : Tha aarlh treat quarter or aeetion twenty-tour, 94 north of ran(a fourteen, 14 containine; ana hnndrad and ailtv acrea; also, the weat half of the soulli-west quarter of section twansy-four, 24 of township foar, (4) north or ranra ronrteen, (14; eontaioinr eighty acrea of land, without any In euMbranco by dowar. - lett acrea appraised I,UWJ; HO acre appraised $400. Terms of sate. One third down, one third in ona ana aua third in twa years with interest, aa eared by mortgage. . jun.i onurr, Jinn, ti Jchn Kupp, Doe. Aaga.t 14, If 53 Eclectic Physicians. DOCTOBS Wm. W, Karshner Wm. H, Knepp la. Office: South Eaat corner of Pike and Front Streeta, Fremont, Ohio, where one er both of na will ba foand at all limea to attend to Profeaoional calla. Fremont, Jnly 94th. 1859 ly. Sal of Heal Kit ate by order of t'oarl, ON tha aeeond day of October, 185 J, at 3 eelock P. M at the door of the Court bouse, in the town or Fremont, sandueKr count, Ohio, will be sold to the highest bidder, the following real estate as the properly of William Barringer, deceased, to rit: The eaat half ef the south-west quarter of sec tion thirty-one, township foar, miga fourteen, containing seventy-eight hud fifty four one hun dredth acrea. NANCY BARRINGF.R, ftepUS, 1859. Guardean. Bibles! Bibles! 80 FAITIIL.Y BlIILKSrrom Jl 50 to $6. and any qnantilv of small Bibles ofevervde script ion from 50 cents to OS 00. Also, a large variety of rrayer tSooks and Sahriatit school books for sale at O BUl&.LiAl'iu 0c ts, Oct. 95. '51. Notice. IS hereby given that a petition n il) be presented to the commissioners of Sunriaskr couutv at their eessiun in Junne next, for a county road.com nieneing at the center of section 97, township 5, range 15. running thence south to the Western Reserve end Mhumee Road. Apr.l S. 15:5. Notice 13 hereby given thtt a petition will ba presented to the Trustees of Greetirreek townchip. San dusky county, and State of Ohio, on the 9d Tues day in October, A. D. I "52, for the laying out at a Town. hip Road, commencing at the north-east eaenerofthe north -real quarter of the norlh-eaat quarter of aeetion thirty-three, (31) and rati aonth to the south-east corner of lha south-eat quarter ef the aorth-eaat quarter of aaid aeetion, thiriy-three, from taence eat te the oonth-wet dbrner of the eaat part of the north weat quarter ef fractional aeetion thirty-four, all in township number foar, Sandaskv county. Stats of Ohio. Sept. 1, 1652. 1WEED8'andPittsbarghlronat Hamas. Important to (those Afflicted! DRS, STONE 1r. PATTERSON, ELECT ICS, WOULD inform the citixens of Clyde and vi einity that we have permanently located here, for the purpose of Practicing Medicine: and by enV prompt attention, and succeasful cures, wc hope to gsin a libejal share of patronage. Te theee at ho have been afflicted for year', and have tried every body, (as they say,)we would call their attention to' this advertisement. W don't pretend that all diseases in all stages can be cured, yet there ia a curable elage to all diseases eud a great many can be cored after they have been pronounced incurable by many: and others relieved so a to be comfortable and enjoy life. It i nnneer4ry eere to enumerate all the diseases which flesh is heir to, and ptant out the crable stage ef eaeh .but call and we will tell you , without any charge, whether your particular ease can be cared or not. Eepeoiat attention will be paid to Female who hav Uisease pec a liar to themselves. t. C STORK, H. O. J. rATTIKSOlf, H. D July 31, '52. New Spring &. Summer GOODS! J. S. Olmsted HAS JUST RECEIVED from New York a a large stock bf Goods, which he will sell aa lew as they are eOlrl at any store in Fremont, er any ether place. Having purchased a LARGER STOCK. GREATER VARIETY and goods of better quality, than heretofore, he hopes his ld friends, and the public generally, will give him a share ef their patronage, in hie Stock of Goods! will b found Black, Drown, nd bin mixed broad cloths: black, mixed and fancy Caaaimeres; Sattio- nttv .'fans and I weodi cloths; white red, and rot low Flannels; Calicoes, Ginghams and Lawns; summer Shawls, black silk, pocket and dress hand kerchiefs; silk and cotton r arasols, Bei-tige de Laines; browo shirtings and sheetings; Canton Flannels, Black and Fancy Silks for Dressev; Ribbons, Checks, Ticks, Mariners shirtinvs: ve tinrs, cotton shirts and drawers; traveling bag, sewing silk, skei l and spool thread; fans, Ladies black, white, state and mixed hose; a rood aseort- ! ment silk and cotton glares. Ladie's bUck and; finer olerd kid rloves; Wadding, Batting, Cot- j ton ram, FT'ick, Carpeting, together with most every ether description ef Uoods te be feand in city er country stores. Groceries ! Tea, Coffee, sugar, pepper, spice, ginger, 'nutmegs, Cloves, cinnamon, starch, aaleratua, madder, indigo, allnm. dbc. II a r d-W are! Cross-cat. mill, hand and wood-saws: cross-cut. mill, and hand saw hies; Sweed iron, flat aud round bars: cut and wrought nails; band and hoop iron; tast spring, aud American steel; Ame eho reles hay and manure forks; nial rods; White's Simmons and Collins' cast steel axes; besides an ertensire assortment of SHELF H AD-WARE, ucl m. Pocket-knives, table knives and forks, hntts ami screws: door hangings and trimmings, &c, kc. Boots and Shoes, a very great variety and warranted waterproof. HATS CAPS, A GOOD ASSORTMENT. Soli atid Upper Leather, die, ; alt of th above articles will be cold cheap for Cssu. er ex changed for Wheat. Corn, Oats, Rye, Ti bothy Clever or Flas-eeeda. Hides, Sheep pelt. Butter,, Lard. Eggs, Tallow and Wax. "10LLAKS, (.loves, lies, Neck and Pocke Handkerchiefs, at HtTlitl' To Cabinet ITIakert. OLD LEAF & Brontes of every description VJIand color. just received at wuuM fcK'M. Town Lots for Sale! o N th Affleck Tract, near the Conrt House. -, RUfltLANDtEVERETT. IiChancerj. Susaaaah Dicken. ) a.. i Adam Dicken, . ) Petition for Dower. John Dicken, Isaac Dickea, THE said Iaaac Dit keli, a non resident of the State of Ohio, is hereby notified that the ssid Susannah Dicken, en the tenth jfciy of September, A. D. 1852, filed in the court of common pleas of Sandusky county, and slate of Ohio, her petition, setting forth that ahe i the-widow and relict of Stephen Dicken, late of said county; that on or about lha 10th day of February, 1M2, lha said Ste phen Dicken died, seiezd in fea simple of the fol lowing described lands and tenements situate in the aaid county af Saadosky, State of Ohio, to wit: The couth east quarter o the north-wait qoar er of section thirty-five, containing forty acre and. Alio, the west half of the south-east quar ter, and the eaat half ef the eoah-west quarter of section thirty-five, containing one hundred and six ty acres, ( 160) making in all two hundred acrea of land, and all in township number four, (4) north of range number fourteen, ( 14) excepting a certain tract ef thirty-nine and ninety-five hundredths acrea off the south part of said one hundred and sixty acre tract, sold to Craig Hunter, and that mid de fondants have the next estate of inheritance in aid lands, in wnich said land, excepting aa afore-' ssid, tha said Suaanab Dicken clnimi cower, and prays tha court to assign the same to her. And the aaid lease Dicken is hereby notified thsl unless he appear and plead answra, or demur to said petitiou within aixty days after the eext term of said court, the matters in aaid petition set forth against him, will be taken aa confessed and a de cree entered accordingly. BUCKLAND &. EVERETT. Sept. 9, 185.'. Sol's, for Pet'r. Chaacerj Notice. Ottawa county Court of ComMoa Plea. William Curti. v Samnel cVampbell and Horace Green. FT1HE said Samnel Campbell is hereby notified I that William Curr.s, or the county of Sandus ky, state of Ohio, ha hied in tha Court of Com mon r lea of the county of Ottawa and State of Ohio, a Bill in Chancery against bim. the said Samuel Campbell, and one Horace tjrreeu, the anbstance and prayer of which bi.l ia. That, on or about the Ilth day of November. A. D. IH39, 1 homaa Urnnett purchased or one (Stephen L row, Jr., the north east buarter or the north west quar ter of section nnmber fourteen, in township nuiti her seven, north ol range number fifteen, iu Ot tawa county, Ohio, containing forty acreaof land more or less, and give two notes of fifty dollars each secured bj a mottgage oh the same premises aa part of Ihe purchaae monep therefor, which mortpage was recorded on the first day of May, A, D. 1840, That on Ihe twenty-fiat day of April, A. D. 184 I, said Bennett aold sold said land to one Sam. nel Campbell of Erie county, in the State of Ohio, for two hundred dollar, for one hundred of which said Campbell agreed to pay the notee and mort gage given to aaij Crow. Whereupon eaid Ben net executed to aaid Campbell a warranty deed in fee simple for the premises aforesaid. That thexe is a mistake in the recording ef said deed from eaid Bennett to eaid Cambell. That said Curtis purchased ssid notes and mort gages, tiled his bill in Chancery to aell the prem ises aforesaid, and that upon dale ordered by court in due lorin he bid on and pnrcnased said land, and look a deed therefor from the Master Com missioner of Ihe court ordering said sale; and on the 93ih day of November, A. D- 1848, by war ranty deed conveyed Ihe premises to said Horace Green who took possession of the same. That said Campbell has brought his action of ejectment againet aaid Green never h tving paid the amount of aaid mortgage and notes. The said complainant prava that said Campbell may be eujoiiied from prosecuting said action of eiectmenl. and that the title of ixreen to aaid prem iees may be quieted, or that said Campbell may be decreed to pay aaid notes and mortgage, or in de fault that that said land be aold to pay the same and for General relief; and said Samuel Campbell is hereby notified that unless be appear and piead answer or demur te said bill ut sixty d.tys alter the next term of said court, the matter and things therein charged against him will be taken as con fesaed aud a di-cree accordingly. BUCKLAND & EVERETT, Sol's for Comp't. August 13. 186-2. Cbaneerjr Notice. Sandusky county, Ohio, Court of Common P'eas. Peter Strohl, ) vs. 4 Jacob Shell and ) John Voght'. y JACOB SHELL and John Voght are hereby no- aJ lined that on the 24th day of August. A. D. 1(35.', Peter Sirohl of aaid county, filed iu ihe court of Common rleas a bill in Chancery against them, setting forth t,nd charging that on or about the 8th uay of August, A. O. 1540, the said Jacob Shell executed and delivered to said Voght a mortgage deed for the eaat half of the north-west quartet er section number Iwentv-niue ,fiJ in township five 5 range aixteen, f 1 6 J containing eighty acre of laud, in sanausay county, unio, wnicn mortgage waa given to secure the payment of two premisso rv notes of even date therewith, given by said Shell to aaid Voght or bearer, for fiftv-lhree dollars and thirty-three centa each, which said notea are now due and have become the proprrtv of said Sirohl. That said Strohl afterwards purchased the same laud, mortgaged as aforesaid, for taxea from the Treasurer of said county, and after ten years had elapsed from the date of aaid purchese, received and atill holds the Auditor's deed therefor, and has ever since said purchase paid the taxea on said land. That the said com ilauiant after receiving said deed from the auditor of Sandusky county, aa afore said, took possession of said tract of laud, and has made iaaling and valuable improvements thereon. That complainant has desired and offered to re leaae all hia right and sitle to said Shell upon pay ment, of the amount due him on said notea and mortgage, for taxes, iuterest and penalty by him paid aa aforesaid, and for aaid lasting and valuable improvements, but that said Shell neglect er re fuses so to do. Said bill prays that an account may be taken of what ia due the complainant in the premises, and that said land be aold to pay the amount thereof. and for general relief. And Ihe aaid Jacob Shell and John Voght are hereby notified, that unless they appear and plead answer or demur to said bill within sixty days alter the next term of said court, to be holden in said countv. Ihe matters and things therein set foith against them will tukeu aa confessed aud a decree entered accontniglr. BUCKLAND Jk EVERETT, Sol's, for Comp't. Aneust. 14. Sale of Kcul JKatute by or der ol Court. Court of Common Pleas Sandusky county, O. Petition to aell Lands. Shubal H. Russel, Adm'r. of cihubal Russell, dee'd. v. Solomon N. Russel!, et al. BY virtue ef an order ef Ihe Court of common pleas ef Sandusky county, Ohio, 1 shall offer for sale at public vendue, on. the loth day of Sep tember next, between Ihe honra prescribed by law. at the door of the eeurt house, in said Sandusky countv, the following lands and teamen ts, town: The north part of the aonth east fractional quarter ef section .'4, in township number 6, north of range number l5,conatiuing 73 and sixty-two hundredths acres; also J.i acres on the west part or the north part of the south-west fractional quarter of fraction al section 19, in fractional township 6 . north of range 16, bounded as follows: Beginning ata pos) at the centre of Ihe road at Ihe north-west corner of the said fractional section 19, teence east 2j rods thence south and parallel with tha section line to Big Mud Creek, thence west to tha west line of said sectiou, thence north to the placs of beginning. S. H. RUSSELL, Adm. Administrators Sale of Itcal Estate by order of Court. ,N the 2.1 dav of October next. 1 185 ii at -Jo'clock JV. M. at the door of the court house in Fre mont, Sandusky county, Ohio, will be sold to the highest bidder, the following real estate aa the property or Isaiah Morris, deceased, to wit: The undivied fourth ' art of Ihe north east quar ter of fractional section twelve, township five, north of range fifteen, containing eighty and forty one one hundredth acres; also, ene undivided fourth part of tha south east part of the south west quar ter, fractional section one, township five, range fifteen, containing eeventy-five and ninety-four one buudrdeth acrea, all in Sandusky county, Ohio. The one fourth of tl.a first Mentioned tract, ap praised at one hundred and eighty dollars; and one fonrth of the second mentioned traet, appraised a sixty-six and seven one hundreth dollar. Terms or Sale. Oue-third, eash in hand, ene third in six months, and the residue in one year from the day of aale, with interval, secured telhe satisfaction of the administrator. JAMES VALLETTE. Administrator ef I. Morris, dse. Augnalol, tea tw. . Sash, Doors and Blinds! THE nndersigned ha opened a g ASH FACTOIl V, in the aiiop formerly occu pied by 1. R. Pease, on the eaat side of tha San dusky river, where he ha in operation the lateat and most improved machinery for manuftciuriug Satk, Pannel doom. Blind), and Window Frames! His machinery is brought to such perfection that the work is far superior to any made by hand. A i.d as he uses uothing but thoroughly Kiln II g. at Lumber, he is determined that his work shall not ha surpassed either in poiut of work or qualitv of material, by auy other establishment iu the St'aie FRANCIS LAKE. Fremont, Aug. 14th, 1853. At the Old Stand of JOHN R. PEASE, LATE Pease & Roberts. THE SUBSCRIBERS have entered into part nership, for Ihe sole of STOVES end the manufacturing and ale of T in. Copper and Sheet Iron Ware ! Together with anch other articles as are usually kept in a Stove and Tin-ware establishment. -They have just received 10 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 citixens of Fremont and vicini ty. The former friends and patrons, of the above mentioned firm, together with the commuaitv een- orally, who are in want of article in our line, are respectfully invited to call upon us. All kinds of work m 1 in. Copper, and heet iron will be done with dispatch, at reasonable prices, and warranted to give satisiaction. ROBER1 S (St. McLELLAN Ftemont, July 17, I85. - STRAYED OR STOLEN. TTftOM the ubscriber, living in Scott township J? Sandusky county Ohio, three Mare Colts liirht bars, one three rear old, a while slnp in Ihe lac and a yoke on: two two year old one of them has a large star and the other a ,matl star in the fore head . Five dollars reward will be given for information where they can be louiwl. DAVID VANDERSOLL. Scott Township, August Ist 1852. Notice to Teachers. T ROPOSALS to teach the Schools in Fremoont. .Twill be received br the Secretarv of the Board af Education thereof until the 5th of September next. The applicant must state the time he or she will engage, and the price per mouth. By order of the Board, H. EVERETT, Sec. August 38, 1852. 100.000 Feet of Lumber for Sale rTIHE Proprietor of th California . Store have JL now on hand a great variety of all Kinda of Liumoer. Poplar from i inch to 3 inches thick, Walnut " 1 ' - " 4 Scantling all sizes; also Shingles for sale. The above will be Sold at .our Rates. Lumber taken iu exchnge for Goods. CLOUD & GARVIN Fremont, July 31, 'Si. MILIilNBRV Sc DRESS MAKLVO r I llle Misses Tbraves just from Binning. X. ham, Englaud, respectfully announce to the citizens of r remont and vicimtr, that they have lo cated in thia place, and occupy rooms on Croghan St., nearlr opposite the residence of Ur. iirainaril. They would earnestly solicit the patronage of the t,adies, in the above business, conhneiillv lie. lieving that whatever ia entrusted to 1hem,'will be satisfactorily completed, according to the latest tashtrms; and for their services, Ihey will be satia hed with a reasonaoie compensation. Fremont. July 2-1 1 h, i85 2m THE LUTHERAN CHURCH, Of Fremont, being desirous of buildiM? a new House for worship by advice of a large number of the citizens of the town, offer for sale their pres ent house and lot, with the design ol locating and buildiiignn Church street. Those desirous of purchasing will apply for price and terms ol payment lo John Uarshuer. r. Urnnd. or ri. L.AJNU Fremont, March 20, 1851 Tax Notice- TnXASORKR'a Oftick, Fremont, Sept. 4th, 1853. "VTOTICE is hereby civen lo the Tax payers of X 1 Sandusky County, ln.it the 'ollowiug lax- have been levied nv the proper authorities an Ih taxable properly in end countv. for the ear 152, and the duplicate iliert-ot pUced in the hands of the undersigned for rullectton. The raUsof Ionium lor ihe several purposes on each dollar of valuation filtered n the grand list foreaid ear. in Ihe several towuslnp are shown in th. following tutle. it i -. ; "a 4 2.-9 5- 3 a. 2 n s 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 3 en w oi oi oi a a r oooOooooggoo 3 Vi -a a oi en oi OiOlotOitnOi? Ol o 3 "to ro ro K O o O O io to "to to 'to o Vo g o o o 3U u u c o o o 2S2o2 ooo 00 00 oo 00 a) 00 00 aa v. v w f e3 m is co -0-SS- -- g w a a-i 3 n "oi29tbio g o o to "to to a ts co to en o 55 en s 0 "or co o . . - - - atntotocoto to 5SoSooo.oS o Ex. school by t'ps i i . . a ... . iotal 3 eoieaoDODOoiuto.-) IBOKOMOWHOOeO) nr- There ha also been made and placed upon aaid duplicate the following special levies lo wit: In the town of Fremont, fdr corporation purposes, three mills on the dollar; for fire engine, two mill on the dollar; and for school house and tuition purpo ses aix and a half mills on the dollar. In the town of Beilvuefor corporation purposes, eleven mills on the dollar; for tuition purposes, two mills on the dollor; and for school house pur poses 1,25 mills on the dollar. In the township of Ballville 2-5 mills on the dollar for school purpo ses;and the township of Rice two mills on the dol lar for school purpoees; in schooi district No eight Madison three mills on the dollar: district I Ball ville one mill; district 7 Riley 11 mills; district eight Townsend two mills; district five Ballville Iwo mills. The subscriber will attend one day by himself or his depnty in each township for the purposes of receiving laxes, at the nsual Ipace of holding elec tions, a follows, lo wit In Scott Sept 15 In Jackson Sept :M B.illville .. 22 fJreellCk 24 York .. 23 Townaeiid .-27 Rilev .. .'5 Madison .. 16 Woodvilla -.17 Washington IS Ric -.29 The subscriber will attend at his office in Fre mont threafier until the 20th December next, for Ihe purpose of receiving the fotegoing laxes. Al ter that time, the duplicates will pas into the hands of deputy collectors, and mileage and pen alty charged thereon on all taxea then unpaid. No bank notes will be received m parinent ol taxea except those of specie paying banks of this state, issued according to law. WIL.3UN At. S I AUK, Treasurer of Sandusky county. . tfEW STOCK! NEW PRICES!! J. If. STEVE JYSOJ WOULD inform the public thalhe has resumed his business athisold stand, on Croghnnst., and having had the oportunity of seeingand getting All C fie Latest fashions from East and West and having brought on an assortment of the FINEST WOODS, VKNKERING8, AC., he is prepared to furnish his old customers, and a many new ones as can crowd into his ware rooms, with the most splendid lot of Itlanogony, Rosewood and Blackwalnut FURNITURE, Of every kind from the Cradle to the Coffin Aa to prices, he is determined NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD. H is hold to say that he can offer von BETTER BARGAINS and BETTER WORK than you can get weat of Buffalo: hehason rand, and is making AU kinds of BEDSTEADS, on Men and Improved Plans; such as Lewis' Patent, Fowler's Patent, dec. , A.c. Do not fail to give htm a call. O He has got up a good Hearse, and willattend funerals in town or country. Fremont, August 10, 1850. Singing Books! NOW IS THE TIME for Singing, an Bucklanda' are prepared for it, and are offer ng to those want: The Mendlesoln Collection of Choice Music. Carminia Sacra, Church Choir. Psaltry, The Odeon. Manhattan Collection, Alpine Glee Singer, .The Melodeon, 3 volumes; The Lute. The Juvenile Binging School: Sabhath Schools' Melodies; MissourieHarmoney, &e. &c. Bnrklaad'i Brick Block. Oct25'5l The? Sandusky in a Rage The Locomotive coming, and the friends fo CHEAP GOODSnnd SMALL PROF- I TS rushing for I. P. HAYNKS & SON'S who are now recMving their immense etock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, At No- 1, Buckland's Block, which is crowded with people from all parte of the conntry. who are wise enough to examine Harnea' Stock before they buy. Farmers ef Sandusky county, and ye who thirst after Cheap .Goods! Come and examine our stock. Ton will find no humbug.no soft soap, no gammon, no holding customer bv th arm, no flatter, but the beat Goods yon ever saw, among them heavy yard wide Brown S beet inga, Denims, Louisiana stripes, fastcnlered Calico, and a few hhda Porto Rico Snzar. white, dry and clean, purchased last Fall for u.hr an old resident of the Island and all sixpenny goods trimmed that need trimming. We have increased ourstock of READY-MADE CLOTHSNQ! Jill made here, and warranted not to rip, embrac ing garments of all description, styles, and qual ity, and "better bargains in the way of1 "furn ishing the outer man cannot b made weat of New York, than with us. Who.rst.1 dealers in BOOTS AND SHOES, Finding that Ealtcn Jtianufaeiurer were sending Goods to Ohio on commission, gave ns m few cases coarse' Boots to sell at twelve shillings, good kip at two dollars, and fiue calf hoots at fil'iv cents more, and a large lot of Wo in ens' and Mens gal ters, shoes, slips, tfce., so low that none need go barefoot. HATS, CAPS, AND BONNETS! of every variety, style and quality; Palm Leaf Iiats at a shilling, and ifonnetsin I roportion; and last, hut not least, among our mauy Goods, is a rich and varied assortmeut of Goods for the Ladies! Beautiful Lawns. De Lainesaud Men mac prints eight yarns foreightshillings, trimmed; Berages French Lawns, Alpacc-ts and Ginghams for a trine more. Nails, Glass, Crockery, Hardware, ' Leather, btone-ware, xc. fcc. We do mstraitforward bhsinefm buy onr flood Low, and sell them CHEAP, for Ready pnv or f roduce Hare Une f rice for all. Our mutto, WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD." Cash for Wool, Wheat, Oats and Corn. JNO. P. HAVNES&SON. Fremont, June 19, 1852. HARD-WARE! RiU V.US I .Merl.Hmc ! J? and Working Men North Western Ohio ! We are hapi-v It announce totou the arrival of the largest, innst complete, and general assortment of Hardware, ever opened in this mnrkrt. We are now prepared to meet the in creased deiiiniid for Goods in our linehave hooeht heavy of Eastern Manufactnr ers and Importers, at very low figures, and would say to the Friend-, of tin Boys. give ns a. call, and satisfy yourselves of the excel hint quality of our Goods, and The Jjoiv Price! we put on them. We call the attention of Farmer to the best as sortment of FARMERS' TOOLS in town. A suporior Plow, steol mould board: al' ao John Rich'a celebrated iron beam Plow, all six es: Corn Shelleia. Scythe. Snaths,' Cradles, Forks, Hoes. Rakes, Rifles, atones, Miovela, pades Cycles, Straw Knivea. Bush Scythes, &e. &c, as low as t he lowest. TO HOUSE BUILDERS! Best Eastern Nails, at $3 0(1 aud $3 511 per 100 pound; and as complete an assortment ol . House Trimmings! as can be found in Northern Ohio. Glass, Sash, and Putty, Paints and Oils. Mechanics Tools! Carpenter's, Blacksmith's. Mason's, Cooper's Shoemaker's, Saddler's aud Harness itlaKer's. car riage maker', and cabinet maker's Tools and trimmings. Iron all round for Wagons, f 3 00 per 100 lbs. Saddlery Hardware, and Harness Trimming and Tools, a heavy slock at reduced prices: Buggy St Carriage I rimming. CHAIN PUMPS, a first rate article. Stoves! Farmers of Sandnskv Countv! We can show ou the best and laigest assortment ofStoves, ever brought to this market, consisting of the following patterns of I ight-Air cooks: Mew World; Western World; Globe; Cultivator; Atlas; Frrmers' Improved; Eagle Hot Air Western Empire; United Stale; Western Queen: May.Queeu; Forest Queen; Prairie Flower; and Premium- Stoves. Parlor Siovea. Cast Iron Parlor of all Patterns Regulators, t.ottne. dec. Our Tiu Phop is iu full blast. Work done at ahojt notice, and in a worRin.inliae manner. An assortment of Tin-ware constantly on hand. Iu conclusion we will sav that we have everv- hine in the line of Hardware, usually called for in this section ol Ohio, With many thanks to our memls for lhair pauonage, anil soliciting lurtnei fuvor,we remain vour friends THE HOYS CA M Fl LD & M I l l'H KLU Fremont Hardware Store, Juml I5ih. Ir35!. Administrator Appointment. NOTICE is herebv given that the nndersiiiged has beeu appointed and duly qilalitied Admin istrator on the estate or John K . Mill-r, deceased, late ofSandusky countv, Stale of Ohio. ABRAHAM SXULLER. August 31, 185. For the Ladies! " It U hardly accessary to inform the La dieeof our stock of . ,. ' PER FIT! EBT AND FANCY GOODS! a. they know where Ihey are, and what they are, but we would jnsl hint to Ihem that we here en larged ear stock in thie line very much thia Fall, and we are euro they will be pleased to try onr PacLuly, Ambre. Verrine, Jenny Lind, , Jockey Club, Maynolin, Vanillin, Cream of Lilliea. Ox Morrow, Julea Huoels EauLuslrell. dtc., fori they are certainly very nice. Then there ia the Fancy Goods on the other sids : j ' Lndie's Ebony Boxes and Writing Desks, Port Folio Paper Weights, Alabaster Jewel Boxes and Ink Stands, Pearl, Shell, iverv and Velvet Card Case, and Ihe finest Papeir Nachue Perte Monies you ever did see, and a thousand other ar-. tides too numerous to mention, which were nought expressly tor tnem. just come ant: see them whe Iher you want to bny or not. We are never tired showing nice goods, and we want the good folks of r remont and vicinity to be posted op in Iheae mat ters. S. BUCKLAND dr. Ca. Fremont, Odtober 35th, 1851. SCHOOL BOOKS . ipiIE SUBSCRIBERS have just received .JL. alio IUI lowing , STANDARD SCHOOL, BOOKS! to which they would call the attention of School I earners and farents: McGuffev's Eclectic series of Readers, nnmhera 1st, 2d, 3d, 4th and 5th. Mondenll's aeries do., 1st, 3d, 3d, and 4th. Willard' W. 8., large and abridged. Rational Speaker. The Student' Speaker. Ray's, Greenleaf's, Adams'. Smith's. Dodd' Enos' & Stoddard's Arithmetic. Daya, Davis'. Ray dc Towor's Algebra. Pineo'a. Clark's. Rirkham'a. Bullion's Smith's. and Brown's Grammar. Parker's, Comitock's. and Mr. Pheloa' Philos ophy. roomstoc', and Mr. Lincoln' Botany. Comstock' Minerolorv. and Phvsiolosv. and Natural Hiatorv. Greenleaf's Exercise in Composition. Webster's unabridged, revised. University, and School Dictionary.' Andrew sand Stoddard' Latin Reader. Gram mars, and Exercises. Views of the Microscopic World. Elements of Meteorology. Burnett's Astronomy. German Spellers, and Primmer. German and English Grammars, and Dictionary McGufley's, Bontly's Pictorial, and Elementarr Spellers. Also a tarro assortment or Miscellaneous. Med ical, Mnsical, and Law Book. Call and examine for Yourselves. S. 'BUCKLAND St. Co. No. 3, Buckland's New Block. Oct. 35, 1851. A Handsome Foot, IT IS ADMITTED THAT a well-shaped and handsome Foot is a' moat desirable leg-end to set off to advantage the personal appearance of either a lady or gentleman, Dot all are aware that a handsome foot, if not encased in a neat Shoe or Boot, is a most melaneholly sight to the beholder. and none understand this fact better than the la dies. To meet the want of hia customers, the subscriber haa just returned from New York with a large and well selected atock of Boots $ Shoes, which he invite the citizen of Sandaskv, and ad joining countiea, oo call and examine. Hi stock consists, in part of Gentlemen fine French and American CaJj Boota, Kips and Cowhides. Brogan's of all kinds. Also, an excellent variety of Pumps, Walking Gaiters, tancy Congress Gaiter, Prunella Gaitera, Taylor lies: together with Morocco, Seal &. calf Slipper and rump. nmrmmnTEs MTjmjMvmmxjmisam Will find a very fine assortment of Shoes aud Slip pers brought on especially for them. French kid slippers, Jenny Linds, Excelsiors, fine Prunella gaiters, huakins and slippera. besides a large and fine aasorlinent of shoes forvery day wear. Children's Shoes and Gaiters, any quantity India Knbber Shoes and Boots. The subscriber will also manufacture to order, all kinds of Boots and Shoes for gentlemen and Ladiea wear. Ex perienced workmen constantly emploed. Country manufacturers and dealers will find al in eKtahliahmati; all kind of FINDING used in the trade. French and AmerinancaliVkiiig Seal skiua, Morocco, Patent le.ither. Ermmf.!eii leather, Sheep skins, Lasts, Pegs. Needirs, Bris tles, &c, tka. All my nrliel. s are warranted. i reapxctluliv invite Ihe ladies aud genllemeu ol Sdiiduskt lo call and examine for themselves. i. VUKK. Fremont, May 18th, 1853. PAPER AND PAPER HANGINGS! 51) KEASIS Ulue and white fools tjap faper, an excellent quality. Kill Reams blue and white letter paper. 40 Reams Flat Cap paper. 0 Reams assorted note paper. " A large lot of wrapping paper. 300 rolls wall paper of 40 different etlcs. A very fi"e ' of Window paper. Window shades. Fire board Prints, and plain and velvet border, for sale very low at BUCKLAND' October 25, '51. BUCKEYE BOOT AND SHOE AND Readymade CothingStore Removed! TTAL.L, fc GASTON having removed their XX extensive Slock of Boots, Shoes and Clothing into Room No. , Buckland's Block, formerly oc cupied by J. F. R. Sebring, would take this meth od of tendering their thanks to their numerons cus tomers, for the "Material Aid!" furnished them, thereby encouraging them in their efforts lo benefit and please them. Uur slocR ol BOOTS & SHOES! is greatly enlarged, and consists of every variety of style, sharie and quality.. All Mnds ol oots and Shoes for Gentlemen and Ladie's wear, manufac tured toorder, at the loweat price, and open the shortest notice. The several departments of man ufacture are under Ihe charge of skillful workmen. A general assortment of SHOE FINDINGS, is offered to the trade, at a small advance upon the new fork prices. READY-MADE CLOTHING! Consisting ofCeats, Pants, Vests, Under Clothing, of all kind. Hose, Glove. Handkerchief, Cra vat , and every article that belongs to a gentle men' wardrobe.- of the latest styles, andin great profusion. All of which thev want lo aell fcr the dimes. Give them a call before pnrchasing elsewhere. No charge for exhibiting goods. HALL GASTON. Fremont, Jane 12th, 1852. 1852! SANDUSKY BOOK BINDERY! THE Subscribers would respectfully announce to the citizena of Sandusky City and vicinity that they have purctased the Book Bindery, form erly carried on by C. L. Derby St, Co . and tbey are now prepared to execute eny orders in thsl line of business. They profess to be practical work men in every branch pertaing to Book Binding. Work entrusted to their care warranted to be well and neatly done. Pnrtieolar attention paid to Bind ing Periodicals, Music, Newspapers, Magaxinee, in n suprrh manner, either plain or extra gill. Old Bonks of every description rebound. Having on ha ml a superior stock of paper of every sixe and . ' . r. . III . qnahty they are prepared io niauaimire Diana Hooks ol every description ruieu hi auy sAuera desired Paper ru'd at prices to suit the times. Book flin.tery ut the old stand over the Bookstore of C. L. IVrin & Co., Caswell's Block. June, 26, l?5J ly - MILLER K I ES. N. B. Those having work of the above descrip tion to he done, ean leave it at the Book and !rng Store of S. Buckland dc Co., who are our author- zed ageat. Weigh b4 CwBsMer.' . r DR. HALL' S BALSAM U no Pareporie preparation, W ' Medicine WHICH - MAKES C URES at home, Khere On parties ean be found. ' ' The Great Congb and COBSHBiBtlre t Itemed jr. : ' jS ' READER! have yo ?(V a Cough which you are Zyf.yf.i neglecting, a i. der th ' Vdca that it is only a com- . Jinon cold, and that it will "soon wear itself out? TW T Let a friend tell yea. ht djgijSa eg3 ' ' all. kindness, what will , soon be the a.obeble reattlU . , In a abort time, if you continue to neglect yonr elf, yoa will begin to feel a sens ef tightness and oppression ocree th cheat, accompanied with fre quent sharp darting pains. Then a dry hacking cough will set in, and when yon raise anything it win ua Mica ana yeaiowHHl, or wnite irothy mat ter, streaked, perhaps, with blood. If yoa still take no medicine, these nnpleaaanl symptoms will in crease, and yoa will soon ear a heciic fever, eaij ' chill, night null, copious expectoration, and then great prostration. II yoo still neglect your self, a few weeks or mouth will see yoa consigned io in. grave, leaving your Iriends to mourn how rapidly consumption did it work, and hurried yea away. Friend, have you no cause to be alarmed! In the above sketch, yoo mar see, es in a glass, how every case of Oonsnmption progresses, with more or less rapidity, to a faul termination. Of all the thoueanda and millions whom this great Destroyer has gathered to the tomb, every eingl case began with a cold, if thie hdd been attended to, all might have been well; but being neglected, under the fatal delusion that it would 'wear itself off,' it transferred ita deadly astion loth sabstaora ef the lungs, exciting there Ihe formation of tube cles. Another, and anothel cold added fuel tor he flame, until theee tubercles began to soften and upontrate, leaving by their ulceration, great cavi ties in me tonga, ai mm crisis, tne disease is very difficult to cure, and oftentimes seta at defiance all human mean. . . . . ; In the latter or worst stsre. this medicine will oftentimes arrest the disease, or cueck it progress sua wm always maae ine patient more comfortable and prolong hia life, and it ia therefore worthy of a trial; bnt in its incipient or former periods. Con sumption is aa curable as any other disease, aad UK. MALL'S BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS, if taken i t this time, will cure it ETAS SURELV AS IT IS TAKEN !XB Thi i strong language, but we can refer yon to numberless living witness es lo prove that it is true! And there foie, we ear nestly exhhrt every man, woman and child, who ha a cough, or is subject lo colds, to keep Ihe medicine by yon in the house, and whenever yoa take cold, do uot 'let it alouc' to work mischief in yonr system, but eradicate it thoroughly, and at oooe, by thie powerfully healing conineund. and leave yoor lungs uninjured, t carry yoa infall vigor to a good old age! . . q q . q q q, . CTRead testimony of R. Milvord. Eao..ona af she OLxixsT MaeisriuTcs in this city: Cincinnati, Dee. 1, 1851. Messrs. O. R. Baker dc Co. Dear Sirs: Those L afflicted with disease of th Lungs, will fine Dr rH all's Balsam for the lungs a most VaLoaau medicine. J nave been frequently attacked with Diseases or thi Loses for the last five years, and Dr. Hall's Balsam da always Baoza or ths Dis xaii at oaca, 1 feel that the public should knew the merits of such a remedy. KILHAKU MULFORD, Residence on Plum, three doors above sixth sb More Cincinnati Cures! Cincinnall, Jnly 1st, 1851 Messrs O D Baku & Co Dear Sirs: . 1 hav always had objection to have my name ia any way attached to a patent medicine. But when I think (a I now have every reason to believe i it has sav ed my life, I am induced by a aenae of duty te those afflicted as 1 have been, to make my case known, and recommend your Balaal as a medicine that can be fully relied on. About a year since, I was st trcked with Lung Fever, which left my lungs much diseased; my cough waa distressing, attended with pain in my leu side. 1 had seen Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry puffed np in the paper, and I con cluded to try it. I used hoi lie after bottle, which in taste and in its operation resembled Paregoric soothing temporarily. My disease had by thia time become firmly seated; I bad cold night sweats, hec tic Fevers, swelling of the Limbs, &c., showing Cokpikmid CoNscnrTioa! The remedies I obtain ed from my Physician also failed giving me perma nent relief or benefit. My Lungs now Ulckratid ond I raised Labgk Quaktiths or M attar from ihem. 1 be Di clor told my friends that 1 must die! My rrolherthen got'a bottle af Dr. Hall's liainam for Ihe Longs and i commenced taking it. At firat it sickened me, but after taking mere, 1 N.ninl it went lo the spot the Vkki Scat of Mr 1 Iiseask.-' 1 began to raise with more ease, and couhl If el, daily, that my Lungs were Healing un til "v ine nee oi lonr tioittes, I was restored lo bet. icr health than 1 had enjoed for years. - 1 believe if I had used Dr Hall's Balsam when I was first attacked it would have saved ma a vaat deal of suf fering. All I can say lo others, is, try it, and 1 think yon will be benefitted if your diseafe is on your lungs. Tours respectfully, J. C. WILLARD, Three doors above Fifth street on Vine. The pnhlic have been imposed upon by remedies recommendrk by certificate which - have always originated from some oiranown source. We be lieve lha' a Medicine possessing real merit will ef fect cures wherever it is used, at home aa well aa abroad. Thia ia no Paregoric preparation, but one which if used in season will save the Kves of thou sands; and persona may make Ihis bargain with Agents from whom they purchase, that in even case where it ia used freely according to directions. and entire satisfaction is not given in IU or 4s hours they can return the medicine, and their Money will be cheerfully refunded For sale bv, STEPH. BUCKLAXD dc CO. Fremont Feb. 38, 1853. NEWS! NEWS! ! Glorious News!! From the South!!! .. HE Mexican Mustang Liniament, that baa been performing such remarkable enres, and and creating so much excitement in the South aad West during th last twelve months, - - HAS ARRIVED IN OCR MIDST! and all those afflicted with Rheumatism, old Sores or Uncer Diseases, or Sprains, Scalds, Burns, or Eruptions of any kind, can now be healed. Those who have been suffering for months er year with that loathsome disease. The Piles need now sti9er no longer a thia Most a so Liriahist is a certain remedy, no matter bow bad they are, or of how lang standing. Cancers, Fistnlos, Scald Head Feller or Ring Worm nr any kind of a sore, are healed and perfectly cured in an incredibly short time. To the Ladies it is Invalnnble For sore niples, caked breests, agne in the face. Tooth or Ear Ache, or any painpul sores or swell ing. It also removes daudriff from the head, in vigorates the hair, and prevents it from falling out, and give a beautiful glossy softness to the hair that is not attained by any other preparation. For Horses and other Animals.. , , , it has no equal in healing Saddle or Collar Galls, Scratches, Mange, sprains or Bruises and it is an iniaiuoie remedy lor spnnis, spavina, or mogoonew dissolving the large tumors, and reducing the swol len or enlarged joints to their nalutai six, and i ilk pnu r,;i .. rs.ini. .-a d:. headean now be cured; and the Mustang Liniat mant ia the remedv that eaa do it. ' If rau er anv of your family, or your favorite horse are afflicted , with any of the above disease, try one bottle it only costs 25 cents and yoo will never us any . other remedy. O"or sale, whole-ale and retain, by S Buck land Sc CO., of Fremont, and by other agents in all the villiages and town of thi and the ur rounding connties. ) Oct. 4, 1851. fiF.TS WANTF.D. Ts Sell New and Popular Books. WL are in want or Agents to eaovate tnia part of the Slate forour new Books. -A small capital of bat $10 or $15 wilt ba requir ed to commence with, and as active person can earn from $3,00 to $5.00 per day. Seme of our Agents earn much more. I hose desirous ol engaging in thie profitable business, may obtain oar pf&n of operation, and a liat of our Publiea-tioiis.'hv adtlreaaing. post paid. M. Ft TOOKF.R Ac CO.. No- lfli Superior St., Cleveland, Ohio-. n r pel Basra' i,aoieaaii(t vaewieraeus iarpet !.tffK a good as , .! r. .r, , sortment, for sale low at JVtcL.' & MaSEE'S. Fremont, Sept 15, l5i. CASH patdi Ld Wuiaats.at , WW Oa.RT,a.