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teludy KHii Meets.
Ia Comb' PhilosODnv. thr ! .n A1.
-lent hint which is -worthy of any circulation it
caa receive. : Mr. C. ay that nature, has al
i lotted the darkness of the night for repose and
the restoration by sleep of the exhausted en
ergies of the body and mind. If study or com
position be engaged in toward that period
of the day, the increased action in tha brain,
which always accompanies activity of mind,
requires a lung time to subside ; and if the in
, dividual be of an irritable habit, be will be
; sleepless for hours or tormented by unpleas
ant dreams. If, nevertheless, the prctice be
"'continued, the want of refreshing repose will
.Ultimately produce a state of irritability of the
nervous svstem, approaching insanity. It is,
therefore, of great advantage to engage in se-
-vere studies early in the day. and devote two
or three hours preceding bed-time to light
reading, mnsic or pleasing, conversation,
A Yenac Dctel." .
Four young men of New Albany, Indiana,
went out of town on the 18t& to nave a duel
Tha principals were James Orr and Frank
Zeisrenhatn both need 18. lbe cause was a
Drettv little French eirl They fought with
small nistols. chartred with buck shot; the
distance was ien paces, and they were sta
tioned and took aim before the word "fire"
was given. After two shots one of them had
bis trowsers torn and the other hr.d a buck
shot in the calf of bis leg. A reconciliation
then took place, and the parties went home,
thoush which of them ia to have the little
French girl is yet unseHled.
i SaMerr&Be.a Lake at Lancaster, Peon.
; t. The Lancaster Gazette gives an account of
1 "an under ground body of water, which it says
; -lies beneatb the highest point ot uie city, i
feet under tha surface, and 20 feet above
T- Centre Sou are. It was first discovered by
some workmen digging a well, and is thought
to be Eu teet wiae ana iu aeep. n uows in
v a south-westerly direction. . The Gazette pro-
poses that the water be used to supply the
; city.- ' .
x New Wonder In BacWnery.
i ' There is now in operation, about five miles
t from this place, a machine which it is said will
r lay up one mil of tod fence in a day! The
r machine is drawn by oxen, and cuts up the sod
. L in nronor awe. and lavs them up in a hand
some, durable fence. We learn that it takes
four men and five yoke of oxen to work the
i machine. Janesville Gas.
Ferrand aj to Glory! ; 1
Mr. Ferrand said at the close of an oration
; at York, on Saturday:
As I am a liftoff man. if I were the cap-
' lain of a merchant ship, and the authorities of
i Charleston came on board of my vessel ana
lore one of mv crew away, I would thrust
' red-hot iron into a barrel of gunpowder and
i blow them to the devd and myself to glory.
: 'MT The new comet is now faintly visible
to the naked eye, in the constellation Ursa Mi
nor. It will continue to approach we eann
until e middle of July, when it will obtain
its minimum distance from us of about thirty-
eight millions of miles, or less than one balf
its present distance. As it also approaches
the sun, it will become live or six tunes bright
er than it now is. ' -: -
ti On the 11th July it wil be seen a few de
crees to the west of the bright star A returns.
in th e constellation Bootes. Moving rapidly to
the south, it will pass, near the star Spica Vir
crinis on the 23d of July, and will soon after
descend below the southern horizon."
. As it is already fast increasing in brightness,
it will nrobablv be distinctly visible to the na
ked eye during the middle of J uly. 7"
7-'-'; ; raeccaf Mr. T. Smith.
f-TVissrjeecli we have stereotyped, and will
furnish it. Oatly printed in phamplet form, at
tt,S0 per hundred. It is just such speech
a should go into me nana oi every citizen.
Si Is high time that facts were spread before
the people. - 7 Chronicle fc Advocaje.
The Louisville papers state that the convict
Estellel who recently escaped from the Ken
tucky State prison, is one of the most ingenl
ous follows in the country. -., While in prison
he made a clock entirely of sheet iron, which
is as good a time-piece as the best of regula
. tors. ., ,. . ,.
, ,A BiACst; Prima Doska. The Tribune
translates from the Presse the following des
cription of a new musical celebrity at Paris
- People have often spoken a black Malibran,
nd her existence has been considered as a
theatrical humbug.. But a thing need only
be often said, in order to be realized; the
ne ws was false before,but U is now true. The
black Malibran is bo fiction : we have heard
her. 7; Madam Marie Martiner, bom at Havana
is the first chamber singer to her Catholic Mai
esty the Queen of Spain. In going from Ma
drid to London, she has decided to remain at
Paris. . " - - . ..
' "Squash. Pumpkin, Ese ," in a letter
to the Bridgetown Liberal (Jamaica,) adds to
the unfavorable criticism upon Mr. lariyie
"You be one bia baor o' wind, massa Carlyle
and doe yon say you lub and waship de
Hearehs, you lub nothing but de god Heho-
leus. ' De proper buk for you to studdy be de
but onde tlarrv cane by our.iaie worae
Gubnor. 4 You be all Wind, and you make
tings upside down, and tak um by de wrong
end. like de Xankease et ae sparrergrass,
Massa Cobbettssys. , ' ":
The Spiritual family of Rochester have just
received proposals from Barnum.Ha offer
Che girls 25 per ceM-thegross proceeds,
while the ghosts are to have three benehts a
month. The "spirit of Napoleon' prefers going
So Boston, bat as 'Swedenburgh goes in for
JTew York we expect Barnum will carry the
. Tb streets of Nw Yorkity are said to be
trowded with foreigners. ' The average of itn
tnigrant arrivsls for test day past, has been
two tltonsand per day. . - .
- " ' ' '
Poppiso ths Qitkstiok.' It m common far
girls when tbey give their eoBsent, to say 'go
ask my father A bachelor recently got ac
quainted with pretty woman to whom he
very soon popped the question, to which she
repued, 'Go ask my husband i He supposed
ter to be a spinister. .' - !
' " , 7 !
" To commit murder quietly take young
lady nnd tell her she has a yery pretty foot
She will then wear small thin shoes' go out
in the wet eatch a cold and a cold wfll bring
on a fever and she wiH die in a month.
3T Kamabamehit, ton of the King of the
Sandwich Islands, accompanied by Professor
Judd, is qnile lion gust now, in Boston. The
mayor escorts bim, as in New Jqtlt to see all
the sights, - -s "'
3T What is this world ? A dream with
in a dream as we grow older, each step has
an inward awakening. The youth awakes and
he thinks from childhood the full grown man
despises the pursuits of youth as visionary the
old man looks on manhood as a feverish dream.
Is death the last sleep ? . No it is the last final
awakening. Walter Scott
XST "Some American Swindlers," said the
Lincoln Mercury, are Irvine the gullibility of
John Bull in regard to lotteries. Several of the
eitisens of Lincoln have received letters Irotn
New York, inviting their attention to the
Virginia State Lottery, for the benefit of
Monongalia Academy Tbe postage upon
each letter amounts to a shilling.".
3TShould like to see the bell which the
Cincinnati Nonpareil describes as follows:
. "A bell, weighing ten hundred and fifty
tons, has been cast in Baltimore city for the
fire departmenti. of Washington."
Judg Daily of New York, has decided
that x lady cannot be held to bail for a
broach of promise to marry. ' It's of little
practical importance, the eases are so extreme-
Oa the 18.h inat.. by Rev. 3 M. Beattr. Rev.
Moms Dahoffaud Mra. Nancy Rom.
By ih nr. on the 30th. Mr. Levitt Buker and
Mrs. Harriet Foeter all of Fremont.
Id Greea Creek townahip. on the I5th, after a
hart illness of eon reel ivo fever and eryaipelas Mrs.
Charity Sears, wife of Mod. Frederick Sean, of
Branson, Moron comity. ...
FREMONT PRICE CURRENT.
- . COBJtSCTSD WEEKLY.
Wheat per bnahel..... .
Flour per barrel ....... .
Cora per bushel. ........
Oats per bushel. .... ...... .........
Butter per pound.-........... ......
Eggs per dozen.... ........ ..f ....
Cheese per pound.....
Lard per pound
Salt per barrell......
Hide per pound.........
Flaxseed per bushel...............
Timothy seed per bu...... ........ .
Clover seed par bo. . .......
Pork per barrell....
Hams smoked per pouud
Beans per bushel
Potatoes per boshel....
Onions per boshel ......
Apples dried..:. ............ .......
Beeswax per pound.... .............
Tallow per pound.... ,
Staves Pipes per M. ............ ...
Hhd per M ............... ..
" Bbl per M .........
Blackwalaut Lnmber per M ........ ,
..4 a 8
Lim complaint is always eared by the use of
Dr. G. C. Vanghn's Vegetable Lithontriptio, the
Great American Remedy; here Is a Utter from
, 7 . Hillsborough. O., Jan. I, 1847.
Dr. G. C Vaughn, Dear Sir I deem it a duty I
wo vou and the world at large to make the follow
ing suteraeut. In August yoor traveling agent left
eouio of your mediciuee with m to soil. Seeing
the great raooenaieadalious, and being myeelf af
flicted with livor complaint 1 tried, one small bottle.
it at once gave me relief: I tried a second and vou
will he astonished to learn so great was its power
(hat 1 was completely cured, and am aow as stoat
and well as ever i was in my life.. 1 commenced
selling the medicine to my customers, and its siu
e-ular effect was immediately manifested, it was sue.
easeful in all eases, asm of which our medical men
stated could not be cured. I cheerfully offer my
testimony in favor of Tour Lithontriptio Mivture,
and hereby state that I consider it superior to all
other preparations now btlore the country. Will
yoa please forwasd more as soon as possible.
.. ....... Hours etc. . ; n, juojisun.
Oar columns has the advertisement of this Great
American Remedy. Get a pamphlet of the agents
whose names are found there.
NEW CLOTHING HALL
TOPPING & WIGSTEiar
TAKE this method of inforaog tha citizens of
the ."Ciry' of Fremont and its environs that
they fcave just returned from New Tork, with an
Leolira new stock of CLOTHING which eaanot
be excelled ia tha Western Csuntrv, neither ia the
quality of ths arlicUs. or the style aad neatnsss of
their manufacture. Their clothing is all of thia
summer's make, and none of your three years' old.
and uniasbionably articles.
Yfe have also a tnrge stock of tha very best
HATS, CAPS. BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS,
Slippers, dbc, ss ever graced a foot.' '
Particular attention will be paid to the making of
Boots and Shoes from measure
on the shortest possible notice, and by the roost ex
perienced workmen. . ? .
In fact we can cloth a man from head to foot in
vory few- moments, and nothing ahall be lacking ?
not even a cam brio handk'f and stand-up-collar.
fg- SoutA Store in Tyler"! block at the
tign of the big BOOT, jgf
... Particulars next week
Fremont June 22. :
Goods by Express I
JUST KECXIYXD AT ' '
. a vxv ttrrriT .of.
Fancy Lawns and Ginghams;- -Silk
Fringes, Luces and Braids;
Ladies' Silk and Kid Gloves;
do do Belts; . "
Gents Kid Gloves;
Taffeta, Brocade, Enameled and Chameleon
Bonnet Ribbons; White Crape ; '
; Feather Fans and Fancy Buttons;
Palm-leaf and Leghorn Hats ;
Brown Linen, Cbambray Gingham, and
Tweed Coats and Pants;
and any quantity of nice things tooiiumerone to
mention," all vxav tJHt-Fi
-t i ; H1TE SUN
VV expressly for
BONNETS an article made
for this use, just received at
. xiAYKES .
Fremont, Ofpn Spring and Itepnb-
lie jrinnK ttoaa.
rrtHE stockholders of the Fremont, Greea Spring
I and Republic plank Head company are Here
bv notified to meet at tbe store of Robert Smith in
ths town of Green Springs on Tuesdsy, the 2d day
of July Best, at lU o'clock o. ol., and tlten and
there elect Directors for said company.
JACOB STEM. . JESSE STEM,
E. T. STICNEY, ROBERT SMITH,
GEO, R AMSBURO, J. W. HOWE,
JOHN BELL, . L. B. OTIS,
R. P. BUCKLAND, a BIRCHARD.
JAMES JUSTICE, A. J. DICKINSON,
, . Commistionert.
Fremont, June 15, 1850. 14 Sw.
XARPATERS can find Hand-saws, Draw-
V J kurcii steel Squares, try Squarss, plane irons,
Nsit Hammers, Hatchets. &c. of the best quality at
rytPHTR WORSTED patterns, Canvss, Board
fA and Needles, et hajwi.
Clark Cleveland's Estate.
NOTICE is hereby givea thai the subscriber has
been aooointed and dnlv ouaiified as Admin
istrator upon the estate of Clark Cleeveland, late of
Greea fjreek, tp tsamlvsky county. 1 nose snow-
in V themselves indebted to said aetata will please
settle ap tmmeoieienv Amusim".
Greea Creek, June 8, 18S0 13-3
KJ Handkerchiefs, !
Hose, Neck snd Pocket
JOtT TO THE WOULD!
Perry Davis' Vegetable Pain-killer.
For the instant ears sod entire eradication of all pain
, UrTXRlJAL AND XXRKRKAI. REMEDY. '
Va matter where the pain is or of what nature
this will reach it.
lie Ware oi Counterfeits! Caution!!
ALL persons are herebv cautioned against mak
ing application for, or purchasing Davis' Pais
Killcr of O" J. SixroRu Grkoort, of Mau
Ha was formeriy an agent for the sale of the gen
uine medicnea but recently it has come to the
knowledge of the proprietors that he is manufac
turing and vending SPURIOUS ARTICLE,
putting it up nearly in the same style as the genu
iue, publishing a pamphlet copying our directions
nearly verbatim, and uaing one of the head of out
advertisementa, (" 1st!.t Cimit or Pis ") as
name for his spurious compound.
In order mar success fullv to carry on Ihia outra
geous fraud he haa within the past two weeks, made
appliation to our western office at Cincinnati, for
another supply of the geuuine to sell to those he
cannot gull with his spurious stuff, but hit agency
it herebv revoked, and he will not receive any
further supply of the Genuine, nd all porsou
who valne lile and health, ami wisn to nurenaxe
the genuine fg- PERRY DA VIS' PAIN
KILLER, must tee that a likeness of the orig
inal inventor it on each bottle, nd purchase of
such agents only as are named below.
1. N. Harris. Uenerai Agent, new iondnn, Con
necticut, May 4th, 1850. ....Western Offioe. No.
7. College Building, Cincinnati, T. H. C. Allen.
Superintendent- . ...Chaa. Powers Co., stents
fnr Woodville Gideon Hatch, agent for Ball-
rille: and S. BUCK LAND & CO.,
June 23:3m Sole agents fo. Fremont.
NEW GROCERY AND SALOON:
JUST OPENED IH
Bnckland's New Brick Building!
1 . J. F. R. SEBRISG,
JlL RESPECTFULLY informs his Old
iiiCM! customers ana lue runuc generally, j
flssfti that he has again gone into the (jro
llplpcery Cosiness, and has now opened
jfCZf ONE OF TBE MOST EXTENSIVE
Stocks of Groceries!
ever bronght to this market, with especial reference
to supply the wants of the citizens of Sandusky snd
Sugars, Coffee, Teas,
Spices, Pepper, Raisins,
Tobacco, Segars, &c., tc
together with a complete and large asssortmsnt of
, , ; . -CANDIES,
the beet ever opened in Fremont, the assertion of
"bogus" dealers in this article to tne contrary not
withotanding. NUTS, FRUITS AND PKC.3fc.KVtS,
of the rarest kinds, will be be found at my store.
Lemonade, Mead, Cronk and Beer,
can be had at a moment's notice.
Fresh Baked Bread, Cake, Piea, '
and Bieonit alwayskept on hand. Families wish
ing- to be supplied with (tread can at all times oe
accommodated with a superior article and on the
most liberal terms.
But 1 have neither time nor the printer room in
his paper, to enumerate the eisth part of f he articles
Sept oy me, ana can only uimi roe 'Ducnniiua.
lino- nublic' will give mo a call and judge for them.
selves, feeling satisfied that 1 can reader entire sat'
taAaxtinn to all both as to Drices and ooalitv.
Fremont. June 15. 1850. 14
ON account of the death of Mr. Kirdali,
shall offer oar entire stock of Goods at
TRE MEND O US BAR GAINS!
ncluding a large lot of Bonnets, Parasols, Summer
StoSs, Boots and Shoes, Ac. &o. Tbe word has
gone forth and this stock O" must be sold.
X ne ssianinmnient win remain present uuuer
the firm of Kendall & rtims.
Juns 15, 1850. - -
OILKS, satins, alpaccas, lawns, ginghams, etc,
I qualities and prices at
YOUNG Hyson Tea of superior quality at -.
New Volume witb July! Great Novelties!
NOW IS TBS TIME TO SUBSCRIBK ! !
PETEBSOX'S MAGAZISEi or IiA-
- KIEV NATIOiVAIi.
Edited by Ass S. Stevhsss and C. J. Fbtsbsor.
WITH the July number, which will be ready
on the 6th of Jone, begina a new volume of
this popular magazine. The July number will be
of rare beauty, and among other steil aigravings,
will contain one of Lady Vhihinjlon Ti hjii a bride.
This will bs beaBti.ru!t a! well as patriotic smbel-
fcliraent; for Lady Washington, at the time of her
marriage, was one or IDs most elegant women in
Virginia: and oar engraving is copied from Wools-
ton's portrait of her, taken at that time. Every la
dy ia the United States should possess a copv of
this picture. Sketches from abroad by JMrs. oto
phone. On of the editors, Mrs. Stephens, being
now on a tour throoirh Europe, she will furnish, iu
addition to her novel of 'Julia Warren,' sketches of
scenes and incidents abroad. I rom such a pen,
descriptions of old castles, historic sitee, scenery,
fcc., will be of priceless value. Mrs S. contem
plates roiug ss far east as Constantinople; in which
case, she will give ns descriptions of Life in Ihe Ha
rem and trie r.ast. Bpatn, including Andnlasia,
Grenade, and other romantic localities not often
visited, is a part of her plan of ttevel. On the
whole, during the coming volume, the Ladies Ni
tional will present attractions that will defy rivalry
from any quarter. -
" T-1SHIONS AHEAD OF ALL OTHERS. 7
In addition to its literary and political recommen
dations, thia magazine has always been the beat
gnide for the fashions. The costumes are seleted
and engraved for ue a month ahead of all rivals
To each plate is added a full letter-preea descrip
tion, besides information on all the latest ttyles,
which ws receive from London nnd Paris in avance.
The Maeaxine is, in our eastern cities the text
book of fashioa; and the other magazines in thsir
fashion department, are but poor imitations of this
MOST READABLE O TBE MAGAtlSKS.
The Ladies' National is generally admitted to be
the most readable of the magazines. Mra. Ann s.
Stepheus is confessedly the best female writer in
the United States. Her stories of Mary Derwent,
Melius Grsy, Palaces und Prisons, &e., surpass
any thing published in th English magazines.
BUs ia asaisted oy a corps 01 couiriDuiors, uie oest
in the country, at the bead of whom is the honored
Mrs. L. n. aigoornov, and among whom are Mrs.
Kirtlaad, Miss M. j. Mcintosh, Ella Bodman,
Ellen Ashton, and a new writer of great power and
nopularitv, engeged exclusively for us, the author
of the 'Valley Farm:" who will -contribute one or
more atones for the next volume.
MAGHIFICiST MEZZOTINTS ALL ORIGINAL.
In the splendor aad originality of its mezzotints,
this periodical surpasses all others. .. The July num.
be? will contain one that will bo ths gem of-the
month, and it will be followed by others as superb.
Line engravings. Humiliations, wood engravings,
dfce., etc., will also form part of our embellish
BEST LADIES' MAOAZTNX.
Ae its name imports, this periodical is peculiarly
a maeazine for the sex, and it is also what none
othera are, thoroughly national. The general aim
of its literature renders it more Amsrican than any
rival. Its articles on - horticulture, embroidery
crotchet work and netting, in addition to its fashion
plates, make it unquestionably, ths beet tnsgazine
for ladies. From its pages, immoral French trans
lions, or other improper articles are rigidly exclud
ed; but its tales and sketches, on the contrary, in
variably inculcate virtue and refinement.
TERMS CHEAPEST OF ALL.
One copy per annum $3; three copies $5; eight
copies ylU; sixteen copies $211.
PREMIUMS FOB CLUBS.
For a club of three we will send onr large sized
engraving, for a club of eight, a volume for 1849;
and for a club of sixteen, an extra copy of the mag
azine. Addresa post-paid at our nek.
CHARLES J. PETERSON,
No. 98 Cheanut street: Philadelphia.
N. B. Me have a few sots of volume 16, remain
ing, containing -'Palaces snd Prisons" entire, which
we will send for ons dollar per erjpy, or four copies
for three dollars. As we have stereotyped Ihe beck
numbers for this year, we can Bend from January
inclusive irreduired, by which subscribers will ob
tain ths whole of the popular story of the 'Valley
P. S. Editors who will copy this Prospectus shall
receive ad exchange for one year from July, 1850.
1TVKEDS' and Pittsburgh Iron at
. ONE MOMENT
. IiADIES ASTD GENTLEMEN! I
Large Aduitions and Iscreased facilities
. FOR SRL11NO 1ARGS QUAMTITIKS OP .
DRY COCDS AMD GROCERIES,
AT LOWER PRICES THAN EVER!
D AVID BETT S ,
Having Jnst pnrchased and received
A LARGE STOCK OF GOODS, will now ex
hibit to Ihe public the beet assortment
EVER BROUGHT TO FREMONT!
and will sell at as reasonable and low prices ss sny
other eatablisdn-.ent in Ssndutky county. Ever
thaiikTul to a discriminating public, for the patron
age by whivh J have been enabled to reach my
present position, I hope by strictly stlsndiug to bu
siness, and the iulerests of the public, to merit a
contiuuance of their favors. My stock of
and Gentlemen' wear generally, will be offered at
VERY LOW PRICES!
The attention of the ladies is particulailv ealled
to onr extensive sssortment or Dress Goods, which
consists in part of Silks, Gro de N ap, Gro de Rhine,
&c; plaiu and figured Bilks and satins, and if
they do not suit look at their beautiful variety of
hgured and plain de lames, cashmeres, printe, etc.,
and then examine his general - variety of edginge,
mull edgings, ribbons of every deecription, and ev
ery other article in that line; by that time you will
want to look at his
SpUnVib oarutii of Stands,
which for beauty, richness and durabilitr, cannot
be surpassed in this marktt. Hisstock of
Consists in part of cable, log, trace and halter
chains; mill, cross cut, hand and back eaws, an
vils, rises, broad axes, adzses, locks, augurs, bra
ces and bits, and in fact, every article usually kspt
in hardware stores. All of which will be sold at
Unparalleled Low Prices. .
His assortment of iron, nails, glass, crockery.
cutlery, &c. &.c, io complete. American, Swedee
and Old sable iron in any quantity, selling at a
BOOTS AWL) SHOES,
for ladies, gents, boys and misses in a great variety,
at prices to suit tbe times. Also a large assort
at city prices. He would also say to ths publio
that he has made extensive arrangements to go
and is now prepared to buy
lad pay CASH for any amount that can
be had. Therefore bring it on, together with your
produce of every description, aad yoa will find a
ready market ana ins nigneet prices si
Fremont, Mev 25lh, 1850.
An Entire NEW Stock of Goods ! !
IN these days of 'go-a-headitiveness, nothing is
more true than the saying, that every day brings
and the subscribers arged by these inventive times,
Have cot up Something- Xcw!
expressly for this meridean, viz:
A New Store!
rilled, with JYEW GOO JDS
which will be offered to the public en
: NEW TERMS; IN
Bnckland's New Brick Block!
consisting of a well selected stock of
Spring anfc Snmmcr oobs,
Cloths, plain and fancy Caeeimeres, SatinetteS,
Tweeds and Summer Stuns.
DRY GOODS, . . . .
BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS and CAPS.
CROCKERY. Ac. Ac ;
It is useless to enumerate the endless variety that
may be fonnd at onr Establishment. We would
ssy to the LAD! . however, that they can fiud
Bets, Ribbons, Ginghams, Cbambra
. do.,' Silks, Satins. Shoes and
Slippers, Parasols, Gloves, Shawls, La
ees; also a great variety of fashionable iancy ancles.
, . GENTLEMEN'S.
Fsshioriable Hats and Cape, fine Calf and Kip
Boote, 'Broadcloths, Cassimeres, some Fine
French Cassimere Pants, Coats and Vests.
A great variety of Neck, and Pocket
' Handk'ss, Ties, Collars, &.e etc
TO FARMERS, WE OFFER
all kinds of Groceries. Domestics, Shsetiogs, &Q.,
V Kit Y LOW,
All of our Goods were bought since the lata
. Great Redaction la Prices!
and by calling yoa will find that ws have ths
BEST SELECTED, and -
. , CHEAPEST Stock of Goods,
ever brought into this town, and be convinced by
tliat best ot judges expenenco-.tnat wo
PRACTICE what we PREACH.
' ALMOST ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE)
Taken in exchange for Goods!
aTlrtcslt nd the HIGHEST PRICE
paid for any quantity of
pDon't mistake the Place. g8
I. ItAYAES & S05T.
The Illustrated Domestic Bible, !
BY Rev. Ingram Cobio, M. A. This beautiful
Family Bible will be published in twenty-five
numbers at 35 cents each, and will alsa bo put np
in monthly parts at 50 cents.- '
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. A Nb ths highest Dries paid for it in CASH!
JrX. at HAYN3' Cheep Store, in Buckleuk's
Block, j. V. MA I to A SU.V
June 1, 185012
Fremont Cash Store .
THE subscriber has just received a large aad
well selected stock of
Spring anb 0nmmtr (Soofcs,
purchased entirely for cash,
Since the Great Decline,
in the Eastern Market.
In consequence of large importations and a light
dsmaud ia ths early part of the seasoa Goods
Declined ia prices from 15 to 20 peret.;
whioh wil enable them to be sold for lees than wss
paid by those who auforluaately purchased too
Fashionable Dress Goods of all descriptions.
Gro de Rino and Italian bilks cheaper than
Shawls from 6s. to $12, the most splendid as
sortment ever exhibited in this market
Boncts at less than batf the usual prices.
Artificial Flowers and Ribbons, direct from
BOOTS iXD SHOES,
the best and finest that could be found in market,
and will be sold at a very small commission from
First cost and Warranted.
Leather, and i
large and magnificent stork of
purchased direct from the manufacturers thus sav
ing the Jobber's ten per cent profit, which will be
sold without regard to profit or loss.
In a word, Ladies and Gentlemen, call ano ex
amine Goods and pricee and you will bo satisfied
this is the place
To buy Goods Cheap.
A. B. TAYLOR.
Birchard & Dickinson's Old Corner.
Fremont, May 15. 1850.
DURING ths lata visit of Mr. KENDALL, he
made arrangements for ths opening of a
110 OL, DEPOT in Fremont,
on a most extensive scale.
Finding tbe epaoioos Ware Rooms which they
now occupy too small to accommodate this addition
to their business
Kendall & Nims
havs rented the large building formerly occupied by
Mr. Morehouse, and intend using it tor me
Purchase and Packing of WOOL for San
dusky and the adjoining counties.
Thev hone to offer inducements to the surround
ing country to bring to this msrket their entire elip
ths present season, as Mr. Kendall has made
Arrangements -with Eastern Operators,
which will enable them to nav the very highest
nricea the market will command. - They are thus
determined TO FULFILL THE PLEDGES
after another, which they at brst made to me puo
lic, so that their Establishment shall indeed be
Head Quarters !
where the whole farming interest in all
oan buy and sell to tha
The Cargoes of Wheat, Oats and Corn,
for which they have thia season paid out tha
" aocas," have brought farmera ' from Seneca,
Hancock, and many of the surroundinor counties;
and tha eonstant thronir at their counters fully
demonstrates that they can hero pnrchasa their
Goods cheaper than any wncre eise
iu sit thia ssction of tha country. The Rasa
Battalliohs have just arrived, bringing
an immense assortment and many ar
ticles at Greatly Reduced Prices,
as that they caa now sell IRON von
WiooM. all round at B4. Prime Baowa-
Sdoar, sixteen and twanty pounds for $1..
Good Molasses, at Sic; best SH6A-tioOT, only
40c: and many af tha other great staples af;?
In consequence ef the wonderful snccees at Head
Quarters, it is expected that counterfeiters wui do
very Plenty the coming season: ia fact some excel
lent imitators havs already made their appearance
in the shape of nags, signs, mottoes, so , etc., out
it is sll "no go," for the people understand that
these "bogusers" ate no more like tha genuine
OIH Cf SII STORE,
than a 'brass bctton' is liks a real California.'
They must be exeused. however, from all
criminal intentious, sines it is evident
that they did not know but what
the "Express" liine run by -
Telegraph." Bring on
HP! therefore, yonr Oete, OS
Wheat, Corn and Wool for the .
CASH STAHBETH WAITINS!
Fremont, May 95. I860.
PJ E 7 GOODS!
RECEIVED BY ,
J. S. OLMSTED,
It bis Old Stand aa tne Turnpike
. OPPOSITB -WHYXIIl'S TAVIRN. " .
B BLACK, Brown. Bide and Mixed cloth, black,
mixed and fancy cassimeres. blue, black, and
mixed ealinells, Kentucky jeans and tweeds cloth,
sed, white and Yellow flannels, red and blue plaid
cloaking, gimps, fringes, calicoes, gnnghams, el
naccna. and lawn cloths, shawls and dress band-
kerchiefs, and the most fashionable fancy dress
goods for the ladies that the New York market can
attorn, iiieacnea ana nrown
Shirtings, " ' . ' Csnton Flannels,
Ribbons, UlacK suit lor irosses
Sewing Silk, ' ' Checks, Vestings,
Twist it thread, Comforters,
; Cohoe's Shirts and Drawers,,
Cotton Yarn. " Carpet Warp,
Carpeting, and almost every description of
Ury Uoods tliat are kept in me western vooutry.
Tea, coffee, sugar, pepper, spice, ginger, nutmegs,
cloves, cinnamon. sisrcnt seiraiua,
madder, indigo, alum, &c.
Cros-eut, mill, hand aud wood-sawe: cross-cut.
mill, and hand-saw files; aweed'e iron,
fiat and round bars; cut and wro't 7
nails; band & hoop iron;
cast, spring, &
American steel; Ames'
shovels, hay and manure forks; -.
nail riula: White'. Simmons' and Collins'
cast steel axee; besides an extensive assortment of
SHELF HARD-WARE, such as,
Pocket-knives, table knives and forks, butts and
screws; doot hangings and trimmings, &c, &c.
Boots and Shoes,
a very great variety and warranted waterproof.
HATS & CAPS, A GOOD ASSORTMENT.
Sole and Upper Leather, &c; all of the
above articles will be sold cheep for Cash, or ex
changed for Wheat, Corn, Oats, Rye, Timothy,
Clover or Fax-seeds, Hides. Sheep pelts. Butter,
Lard, Eggs, Tallow and Wax
Fremont, November 3, 1841 34
Lester Vandereook's Estate, t
A LL persons indebted to the estate of the late
ii Leeter Vandercook, are hereby notified that
immediate payment must be made to tha under
signed, or costs will be made.
. A COLES, Administrator.
fretr-sn', May 25. 1859. 1!
THE "OM,MJ :7''
IU rfrsMT fTli I lt MftTI'
IN TRLl.titi I OIILb ill IsiUIIWs
WBIOH EVERY BODY KsTOWg IS A.T
PEASE'S BRICK BLOCK, NUMBER
fTtHE subscribers having made an nrrengement
,jl .0 purcnase line bb.iviw vm . -
prepared to psy the
jar VERY HIGHEST PRICES ! jf
So bring on yonr Wool and exchange it tor
CASH and not for GOODS.
ROBERTS, HUBBARD & CO.
Fremont, Mav 25, 1850
FOR which the highest price will be paid iu
I would also say to all that want good, stout.
Woolen goods or Sheetings that they can be found
at all limes at the Ballville Mills, to exchange fur
Wool. Also will mauufacturs Wool on shares or
by the yard.
Manufacture Sattnets, find warp, at. . .31c per yd.
" Full Cloth ,..371o
Caasimers, ...37 jo "
" Press Flannels, ...25o -
" ' Twill Blankting,5 qra...31Je "
" Linsey and fiud chain, .. .25c "
Will tike wool yarn, weave into Satiaelta and find
chain, at...,. .....16c per yd.
Take ydaw, weave and find chain full and press 21c
" " " color and press 27e
"7 " " " dreeeeSlic
- The subscriber will take all kinde of produce for
the above work. P. C. DEAN.
Ballville. June 1, 1850. 19
Agency of Dr. S. S. Fitch,
707 Broadway New Tork.
FOR SALE His Patent Silver Plated Abdom
inal Supporter, Patent steel spring shoulder
brace. Silver Inhaling Tube, aud Lectures ou Con-
antnplion &c. '
Also his Celebrated Medicines as prepared and
need by him, with or without the instruments, io
ths treatment of
Pulmonary-Consumption, Asthma, .
Heart Disease, Rheumatism, ;
Scrofula, Piles, Prolapsus,
Debility, ' Female Complaints,
3pinal Weekness, Coughs, Colds, Catarh,
aud all similar disesses.
The instruments are the et of .tboir kind and
warranted airainst all defect. The medicinee are
carefully prepared by Dr. Fitch, and all, whether
oaed together or each article separately, will near
comparison with, and be found
Superior to any similar article, :
being made for irse and not merely for sale.
Full directions in
DR. FITCH'S GUIDE TO INVALIDS,
which is given away, a valuable treatise of 43 pag
es. All to be hsd of the oulv duly authorized
agent for Bellevue, J. W. Goodson; Tiffin, Gso.
Ccbert. . For sale in Fremont, by
STEPH. BUCKLAND & CO.
June 8. 1850 ia-ly s
, SEVENTH INSTALLMENT
To tbe Lower Sandusky r. Road Stock.
THE stockholders of the Low. Ssndusky Plank
Road Company, srs hereby notified that aa
assessment of tea per cent, on their capital stock,
is hereby ealled for, tha same to be paid over to
John R. Pease, Treasurer of said Company, ia
Fremont, on or before the 15th day of June, 1850
JAMES JUSTICE, Prea't.
La Q. Rewson, See'y. - -Fremont,
Mey 4, 1850 8
CODFISH of superior qnality at
Hatrks Chkav- Sroar.
AILS. Fremont Iron Co.'s Nails, manufac
tared at Troy. N. Y., at
AMP and Tanner's Oil at
A NT quantity of good Hickory snd Ash Wood
XI will bs taken an subscription at the
White Wood 10 timber,
fF all kHiP and clear staff for saw by
O. H, FUSSELMAN.
NOTICE is hereby givett that the following
Executors and Administrators bsvs filed ia
ths office of ths Clerk of tbe Court of Common
Pleas of Sandusky county, their accounts current
for settlement:. Michael Wolf, Executor of Abram
Bair; Joseph Reed, Admihietratorof Samuel Reed;
Lucius B. Otis, Administrator of Rodolphns Dick
inson, first account; Mathsw M. Coe, Administra
tor of Lydia Barker, and William B. Smith, Ad
ministrator of U. V. Kaliansers estate.
U. CAPFER, Uep. Clerk.
May 30. 185012:3"
DR. L D. PARKER, rom CisvSLaro,
RESPECTFULLY announces to the public that
he haa permanently located in Fremont, for
the purpose of practicing
- Surgical aad Mechanical Dentistry
From the atnpls resources which be has enjoyed,
for acquiring a thorough knowledge bf the profess
ion, he feels confident thst be shall be able to give
satisfaction te all who may deeire his aid. in tha va
rious branches of the profession. The nublic are
assured that tbe utmost care will be taken to reader
bis operations both permansat snd useful.
Artificial Teeth set on Cold Plate -
iu number from a single one to a double sett. Piv
ot teeth set in the) best manner. Carious teeth fil
led so as to permanently arrest the decay. Teeth
cleaned in auch a manner as not to injure the en
amel. Teeth extracted with the most approved
Dr. PARKER, wishes o be Understood that ha
ia responsible ror all his operations, rereoua wish
ing Dental Operations, are invited to call at hie of
fice, ia Caldwell's Crick Uuildisg. over Ur. Cham
Frsmont, June 30, J849 15 ' ' :'
I CHEAPFS YET!1
Stoves ! Stores ! I
New Slotc Store ia Fremont, OMo!
THE euhscriber is just receiving at his shop on
Main street, between Fre'd Vauderceek' store
and Sibling's grocery, any quantity of - r-
PREMIUM, NIAGARA. HOT-AIR. :
Hathaway ' improved Ten Plate and Box Stovea,
and better than all, Wilksou's &Co.'e .
Principal Patents in 1837, '38, '42, ;'47 '49.
The proprietors of this Cooking Stovwith en
tire confidence, elaim for it the roeril, of being the
very best in the world, either ss te economy, conve
nience, or duntbilitj. Call and jUraine it, and sat
isfy yourselves, y
I offer the above lot of St'jves at a small advance
above cost, and with evr;y variety of
Tl, Copper a?4 Sheet Iron Ware,
and will furnish on reasonable terms.
Eave-trough, Gutter and Vohduclor Pipe,
and all artielrsia my line warranted to be what I
.' armers. Merchants and others are invited to
call before, purchasing elsewhere, as 1 am deter
mined to. make St an object for them to 'do ko. I
will also pay a fair price lor all kinds of merchanta-
CAS II PAID .
For any quantity of Sbeef Pelts.
" .- O. H. FUSSELMAN.
October 13, 31 Bm.
CASH paid For Laud Warrants, st
THIS ' :
Old Establislied Remedy
Im now put up in the
LARGEST SIZED BOTTLES!
Anil is acknowledged to be tbe
madf a is ccrtl3e4 by tbe
ll hu performed. The orifriua! copwjn of wtucb aft In um
poKHiou oi uie proprietor. - -
RBM"BMB 13 II! "
ThM Btuvroi.! ia die only '
TRUE & ORIGINAL ATLTtCLH
And is now broafht before Use paUie in a
nun em oileted by n awnder.
Tin nrorvrirtor i itaerrviimH hM the moa WLwrrrrtTir
tt has furquirett for the Inst 13 yean liall be maiuUinetS, .
o mntter nt whiH Mierifree.
rtircliaveni jittwt i cannii, rr they wish tne rusB
EXTB M7T of SrsnvtuariHa. to end for "Briwtor Or.eiii
nm pari tin." in Use tvgu mzd stottW everofferetl, at
One lXrllsu er bottle.
Nsrwr York 0nera I5pot, 34 Cortlandt-St. '
Buffalo Depot, 225 Main Stmt.
tTOrilfni ilrroswJ Wn. ftnn, NwYork, or C- C :
CsUsttdl, Uuiiakt, wiil tucet wjib proutpt aLurnuou.
SARS APAR I LLA,WiLD CMSr.r.Y
This valuable Medicinal prepantiou . . 1
DIFFERS ENTIBKLV '
from snf simiile " Eltrwt of Sarmparills " or eommos
puriiyiag stcdieinr. It is a eoiajxiiiiKl of many ef tne
HOST CLEANSING MEBlCISiES, '
tVith otbere acting UrtctUf wt tu Kidmty; or having im"
raediiite relerenrt s tbe relief ana continued healtby ope
ration of son.e internal organa. It eootaina articles
wUictt eater iiito no oilier preparattou in existence, Jid '
IT IS UJf RIVALLED
In awriftriag snd refreshing effiKta, by any Meiiclae M ,
UK wunii. It is put up . .
IN LARGE BOTTLES,
ft sirs j.Wmi to tbe taste, end is more eoaeentrsteiU
STRONGER, BETTER ASD CHEAPER
7kaa ecs Uur markzl. Person, who ha tsitea
'SbraaporiHaa" sy the fftUltm, wittwut relief. Save ixen -rwtieaiiy
dtfmj, by waina two or tliree hnttle. . ,
Tnis is Uie only Compound la which Sarsapnrilta, Wile
Cherry and Dandelion' are so prepared, to oifer Uie noett-?
tine virtues of each, in combination with pure fcjtlmttUl .
or other healing articles in a highly concentrated ssite.
Us ingredient, are' - f
Pt RET.Y VEGETABLE,
And are anch room and barlu as are fcoudtVotigR ehleSy
Li eel in- certain parts iu their general tendency, to pro-'
dace I mit dcMmtmf d koiXg tjfftu.
IT 18 1HPOS1SIBLE
To erne msnv diases, Dropsies. Kidney Complaints,
draw off VV'nterv Humors from the Blood, or corrupt nrnt .
Irritating secretions of diseased organs from tlia boa?,
witaottt the thorooeh oith.tios ok tbs Kiiworrs, as '
eansedhv this Medicine. Pio ornrs etrct even pr3e4
( ( cjirt. In faet this very operation for which it ts
psrltraisWf twrnpouuitd, fiirlts from all other prepara
tions, ana inaKes 11 em ... ..-- .
I"? ALi CASsES OF BROPSY
ltf9 iUelf tAsu 4epiTj tf. It contain- artitw sin wr
Mr. attytking cam, nd tke the tmtj ntctkoi u? Bi&m .
permmitcn atr, -i aio iwnea.f
. PURIFIES AXD D1IIVES OUT
AH Impure nnd gnm Inunors. not mlv by wvrkinK dlrert
ly 00 ihe Wood, bat by re-toriug each organ to heaithy
rifoe, anti espe-jally iucrrasimj: the action of tlaoae whtcii
iraw from the body, and lastingly remove all . . w
IMP4JHE OR 1ISEA8ED FLUIDS.
Att illaeasea origiDntinc in a depraved Mntm of the vlml
Buida. EruiKiimi. Ulcer. Botes, Coikttiion of. Waicrr
DISEASES OP THE BLOOD,"
Win find tbi the bett aherntrvev an) mo5tcIaniniT Mp .
rirCtnr. fmr before mntt tUr ht invif&rr.timf tjiect-. H X
haa worked Ktiiie of Uie ffnatett curt of Xnaaisw gC tfm
DISORDERS OF TILE KIDNEYS,
Btadfter, sVc. A splendid dittrtHe. A extrae m m g Mtt .1
for Weakneaa of the Kidneys, Weak Back, Eetcution or
hi voluntary flow of Urine, Burning or Scalding. Mvoim i
levy Emwians, or otiier iiritibility, RhehsL. tkmiif .
Mcdi&n that lui tAswr part. In Bcrofulcua audita of.
m Syateui. Lssx and weaiened states , f
COK8UMPTION. COUtJHS. '
Wasting diseases of the Lunga, Pains in Ure Breaat, V
tbe aoothiiis tectoratsand bracing Tonic, heal trteLrUntr
most kindly, and sjuxn.tiieii tise body, while the acr
huaoora that load the system are cteBDad. 'i A riievjp
action V KtdHf u marUtd im Lunj dUeam. It !-v
wstrrniited mpsnor to ttnv prtpmrai tvu ouddca attack
from KUpOEure su etridttfit cured. -
For Frrejrular, &r:jrjrvs&cd or painful Blenatnmtiofr, Fla
Albua, Uteriue ilj-easea or any derattceuient of ttie
male Frames It never dlsappointi eipecutioD. Focom- '
m medidmM will reach (Asm dermngremtwt. This Com-- r
pound coulflinsetTlBin Roott, tk best end niy wtem ihat.
ahmUd be used. It cuivs tiie most aravated forma, .
GENERAL DEBILITY AND DJECLIVE.
t wM isrfreab lineiiiatejy. A few fhtys use will m
inee the incredulous Tha appetite Increased the
nerves so quiet opirio raised and new. Pure awt Rich j
Blood takes Use place of Titinted and corrupt.
USJB IT IN YOUR FA MI LIES
Ton will never he without iu It wiH do roore iroOfl rd -t f
rure uiore speedilv1, the handreda of jway diseases, Opks
Bovret Conlplainta. lnpure Blood, tc than iy tiling .
veu have ever tried Look mt CriiJUoloo. Th Wkjsk
iorr I r vr or tuost dettcace Female emm isri si mith per?
BEAR It IWnXD '
That this ia the nif medicine that haa ever ettted tt?e low, '-
wearing Suir FBvita, aa attested by tt mttk stf mom -Oirtf
of the eurcnt, and you wiil acKrew'tek'e ..7.f '
THERE t SOMETHING IN IT. v
- Where obstractiotta of tlaeonmna have caoscd drpositav .
Or Store io the Cladder, tL r-i;rrV t Vren nsM t
wii teK-r-irrearr nr Certificate of Cure f
itT iiMM SsK i'emptutl of cure.
TUB WORST FORMS . ;
Or DissTasct of the STOMACH and BOWKUS, Cbati-J-: a
iww, DYPPEPSIA, with Debility, fee. fr Jkmv. Com
plaint it s be retted em a m certetim rewtedf. Alo "
when accumulation of itile has caused - - .
BILIOUS DISEASES,, ' " 't '.
Jaunrtiee, Ve., Ot wlteo ttiey a re eoniitie on. thi and
worn mrm taft. It carries oif tie comit Vjie raiktv, by
the natural channels, and immjudi'i it cured
LIVER C03ZPL VlNTS
Of years standinR as eertifieas- tesrify. ft tfry fir,
9ltMf-aou. ?y it. Gret '-ny,ir,an. prescr mlw ; A
dmreucs, TIms cowpQurv-. M s-xceirettt Oaidelioa aua
ia olutoat apecinc. v .
LOOK. FOR TESTlMOSJYs - ;
Oti i th Pfwof oat pATOMf.-norcolumii of out rwer.
A list of aa ip' jntiil italnei has tttrer been giwti in
support of ry MtMieitic. Wn bavf there indapvtrnM. .-
ttimony tlie eriui rtrre of every diea ice mtim. ,..
J. ,f. aT0H invert gt M rmowtteti. GET A
"AM r4i7,iiT, on tle eerfirkrsor ask MierropiHiotv
ai 7ou too will use it. It wiil fleet you d liferent
y ether, mttet ire thmtr ir-ajpiil h yon more ttoort. .
y STEPH. BUCK.LAND. & dtO, Agotsvi
'Wml Whipp, Bellevue, : ..
T.Daniels, Toledo, 7
Hamilton &. McCentnry, tlspnblie, "
McCnllochot Thorp, Saadnsky, -F.
H Dover, Tiffin. . , j . -
jnnell.'ia. - ; 17:It s-
PHILIP MAXWELL, .
WOULD respectfully announcs that bs eoatiair .
OeS his bneiness in tho . .
Second Story of Knapp's Bnildiag,
opposite Burger's o'd stand, where he will be bBPy "
to wait on hie old customers aad all who need any
thiug in his line. - S
If ron want you garments made up RIGHT. .
and after the Latest Fashion you must call oa 7,
N. B. Particular attention psifi to cattinf, aad ; l
warranted to fit if properlv made up. - .vir -3
Fremont. April 28, 1840. . 7.
MONTEREY HOUSE i,
WOODVILLE, OHIO: 7