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', - THE CPAS f HIJU. " '.
Below Bruui, writes a correspondent of tha
Evening Prat, is a real upas tree it is apoken
tf in Keepel'a work. I send jou a twig. It is
magnucent tree about two feet or mora in
diameter, and rising 60 feet without a branch ;
there it spreads with a dense green foliage.
The trunk is smooth and of a dirty silver color.
Upon wounding it, a milky secretion -exudes
rapidly. - I collected some for our cabinet
This is mixed with other juices and used as a
poison for arrows. Except when taken inter
nally or thrown into the circulation through a
Wound. I believe it is perfectly harmless. If
it were not so, I should suffer, for you know
bow susceptible I am to vegetable poison. I
tried to tret enough for a cane for you, but
coutu not. xne ooiy way we oouunea me
leaves was by shooting our guns into the lofty
branches. The leaves, however, are some cu
riosity, for I doubt wnetner tnere are any
otbera in lae U ntted states.
Ona of the rarest articles in the market is
torn no on sense. There are forty men of wit
lo one of discretion. You will meet wilh ninety-nine
who can tell a good joke about the
sheriff to every five who know enough tokeep
btm out of the bouse.
FREMONT PRICE CURRENT.
':. .. CORRECTED WEEKLY. ;
- Wheat per oastiel. ...
lour pr barrel.
Corn per boshel.
Vats per basnet.
natter per poend..... .... ..
Eree per dozen...-..
, Cheese per pound. .........
; l.ard per ptu nrf . ...........
Salt per barrell. .......... .
Hides per pound
'Flaxseed per boshel.......
: Timothy seed per bu. ......
Clover seed per ba.. .......
" Pork per barrel!....
Hams smoked per poemd....
'3mm per bushel
....4 a 8
, r ota toes per bushel
, "Unions per boshel....
.Apple green. .... .,
Apple dried.... ........
Jtexswu per poond ............ .
Tallow per pound. ,
. Stives Pipes per M. ............
K--Hh(lir M. ,
; Blackw&liiut Lumber per M . . . . .
9Ie A lister's All-Healing Ointment.
It is net often that we allow ourselves to speak in
raise of any of the patent medicines of the ilav, but
h to the many testimonials of praise that we
Jiear daily concerning McAlisfer's All Healing
Ointment, we must need say that for ourselves we
tiave aever used or seen a medicine as ia name so
applicant this medicine. Jt is indeed truly as
tonishing to see what virto is imparted is so simple
ye powerful remedy. For burns, bruise, scalds
II disease of the skin, and inflammations we be
lieve it has ae eqaal. '. Call and get a pamphlet in
the bands of agent.
TVIIit GIVE A COSCERT AX
"Social Uallj" Bnckland's Brick Block,
THURSDAY EVENING, Oct. 17,
One evening only.)
Tickets, 25 "cents Concert to commence at
J o'clock. .The Hall will be furnished wit!
comfortable seats and wU fitted jp for the oc
casion. W. W. CHA-SiLR-liK, '-.
; Fremont, Oct 12. ; - . Agent
I T1H Coerd of School Examiner, for this Coau-
1 tT, wilt assemble on Snturdav, Oct. 19ih at
he -School Jtoom of F. H. While, in the basement
f th Hethodist Chnrch, at 2 e'clock, f. M 1H
MmMMtmmm of h Momrd will be belli at llie me place.
a aacesstve. rtrdys, as. the boor merrtiened
bove, for sigit weeks. By order of the Board. .
T. 8. WHITE, Clerk.
. ' Tftftnoat. Octener 12, 185031:8
-" r PHILIP MAXWELL,
WOULD respeetfallv announce that he has
Ueimoved his Sai, enmr
Sontb f Lf ppclman's Jewelry Shop,
pposita Head Quarters, where he will be happy
4a watt en his eld customers snd all who need any
ahing ia. hi hit?.
If yea want vou garment mad ap RIGHT,
aat after the Latest Fashion jaa must call on
MAXWELL. . -
, W. B. Psrtieolsr attention pnifi to catting, and
warranted to fit if property mad ap.
ft-nmt) April 28, 1849.
To Let. -
THE STORE and WARE-HOUSE now occu
pied by E- K. Cook, in Fremont. Possession
rieea the 6tk October Apply to
t z,- . ; ; , B. P. AUCKLAND.
Fremott,6ept.21 t 50. . 28
Land for Sale.
7 1'UIE following lands belonging to the De Forest
X heirs will be sold VCHI IntAf ,n the
awnwr are anvions to dispose of them. Tfaev ar
aitasted near Sandusky Bay an Big Pickerel Creek,
in a weH settled aeighberbood.
Tt'ger T p.- See. Description. Acres.
JT f 5 6 west h'f south-west quar '.. SO
'17 5 6- north-east quar 160
'17 - - 6 north-wet quar : 160
16 6 36 aoolh-east fraction : . 90
16 6 36 south-west quar . 120
jllao 10,000 aeres of Land,
la Ottawa coautv, embracing every variety of soil,
limber and pritirte. ettleresn be sccoinmodated
witn rack tract a they may wish, nnd the prices
riH be not more than half such lands would sell for
jn Illinois or Wjaemain GKU. B. 8MI1 H.
gantfaskyCity, June 29, 1850 l6:3-n
: THE subscriber offers th following
tract of L.and at private sal at a DAK
GAIN, described sa follows, to wit:
The south-east quarter of the north
east quarter of section No. thirtysia, in township
fio. fire, north ef range No. fourteen, in Sandusky
coo ntv. eontaininff forty acre.
' ' This land is about three and a half miles wast of
Fremont, in Washington township, and is excel
lently situsted and calculated for farming parpose.
Person wishing to purchase will enquire of the
Editor of the Freeman, or address the subscriber at
flarerstown, Washington county, Maryland, post
paid. GEORGE 'DE1HL.
' Fremont, J aly 13, 1850 18 '
. : .First Grantl Arrival -r:V
i OF THE SEASON! ;
HAVE this dy receired by Express lot of
PRINTS sad G1NGHANS forth early Fall
1 rade, and will be receiving New Good from day
S.. t day ontil the; get th Old Establishment,
" Loaded up from top to bottom!
When that time arrive, they intend to bring eat
60JIS HEAVT ARTILUERT. J
and giv th Old and New Combination Fitt.
t remoal, Aug 91, I860.
sr.iiX'X 't sciiooi..
A Sklect ScttOdi. will b opened in Fremon by
XX. Her. . 3. whitk, on
Alonday, October lffth.
The Terms &-C. will be made known on armlicatlon
lo him. tie will give special attention to those who
wilh to prepare thenuelvee for teaching. Scholars
from abroad will find the expense of attending thie
school no greater than that of attending the public
schools of the town. The advantages will in all
rrspecta be at least equal, to those of auy other
school and ia some respects superior, on acconnt of
the limited number of scholars.
Fremont, Oct. 5, 185030:2
"JOTICE is hereby given that the co-partnership
JL i neretolore- existing under tne nrm oi noneris
Hubbard & Co.. is this day dissolved. All ac-
counts of the company will be settled by Peas ct
O. A. ROBERTS,
F. B. HUBBARD,
J. R. PEAE.
Sept 19, '50 30:3
GEORGE VANDOREN'S ESTATE.
NOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber has
beeu appointed and qualified as administrator
on the estate orUeorge VunUorrn, late otnanrlua
gv county, Ohio. C. EDGERTON.
Fremont, Sept 87, 185030:3
ALL those knowing themselves indebted to the
estate of Samuel Ryder, either by note or book
account, will do well by calling and settling imme
diate!', and von will save costs, if not. costs will be
made. Forfurtherparticulsrseall at Esq. Greene's
office. KAUHt.L, KIUt.lt. Adm'rc.
Oct 5 30:3 By JOHN RYDER, Ag't.
fr otic The Stockholders of the Fremont, Green
JLi Springs Sc Republic Plank Road Company, are
notified that an assessment of 10 per cent, on their
Capital Stock is hereby called for, the same to be
pa d to Exra Sloner, treasurer of s.id Company, at
Green Springs Mills, on or before the lOthduyof
By order of th Board of Director.
R. iSMITH. Pres.
S. H. Fhith. Sec
October I, 1850. 30
Since the Great Explosion and
Bloiv tip at lierttl Quarters,
J. S. OLMSTED,
Has been to N. York City,
AND PURCHASED A LARGE STOCK
Of New Goods.
And is now prepared to supply all the former
customers ot Head tjunrters, in addition
to hia olJ friends and patrons who
by their patronage rendered
Celebrated throuolxjut Sandusky county,
as the most favorable place to buy their Goods.
HE WILL STILL CONTINUE
At his Old Stand on the Turnpike,
r Opposite Wbyler's Tavern.
1 o - - '
In bis assortment will be found
B BLACK, Brown. Blu and Mixed cloth, black,
mixed and fancy .csssimeres, bins, black, and
mixed satinetts, Kentucky jean and tweeds cloth,
red, white and Vellow flannels, red and blue plaid
cloaking, gimps, Inugee, calicoes, gunghams, al
paces, and lawn cloths, shawls and dress hand
kerchiefs, and the .most fashionable fancy dress
goods for the ladies that the New York market can
attord. iSleached and brown
Shirtings, . Canton Flannels,
- Ribbons, . Black Silk for Dresses,
Sewing Silk, Checks, Vestings,"
.' - Twist Si thread, Comforters,
Cohoe's Shirts and Drawers,
Muffs, Carpeting, ' -' '
: " Waddings,' Battings,
Cotton Yarn, " Carpet Warp,
'Carpeting, and almost every description of
ury iiooda mat are kept in the Western Country.
Tea. coflV?, sognT, pepper, spice, ginger, nutmeg,
cloves, ci n woman, starch, saiasralos
- madder, indigo, slum, olc.
Cros-Catt, null, hand sud wood-saws: cross-cat,
ttilL, and hand-snw files; Tweed's iron,' -flat
and round bars; cut and wro't
nails; band fe hoop iron;
cast, sprtnc &
Americaa steel; Ames
shove In. hay and tnaiiur- forks;
nail rods; - White's Simmons' and Collins'
cast stet Hires: bides an extt-nsive araortment of
SHELF HARD-WARE, such as, .
Pocket-knives, table kuivr and forks, butts and
screws; doot hangings and trimmings, 4c, &c.
Boots and Shoes.
a very great variety and warranted waterproof. .
HATS & CAPS, A GOOD ASSORTMENT.
Salt and Upper Leather, ;.; all of the
above articles wilt be sold cheap (or Cash, or ex
ehaaeed for Wheat, Uorn. Oats, Kre, Timothy,
Cleverer Fax-seed, Hides. Sheep pelts. Butter,
Lara, x.cg. i allow ana wax
t3T Don't let those Shrlocks around where
the large flags hang out, make you believe that
tnetr stores are branches of Olmsted s Estab
lishment, it is only gammon. Olmsted's Store
is still on THE TURNPIKE, and Olmsted is
there himself, to supply his friends.
r nmont, October d, ItjiU -
Stand from Under!
BOOTS AND SHOES!
-'ire on the Fall!!
TOPPING & WEGSTEIN.
A RE inst receiving- a Urire and snlt-ndid Fall
XX and Winter stock of Boots and Shoes, which
Will be sold cheap for Cash!
It consists in part of Gents, Calf, Kip and coarse
.DUUTiS ife SHOES.
Ladies Enameled Lace and Polka Boots; Enam
eled Excelsiors and Buskins, and a great variety of
nu;pers asn i tea 01 tile best style. Lasting, Mo
rocco and c.tlf
LACE AND GAITER BOOTS.
Miss-s Enameled Lace and Polka BjoIs; Mo
rocco, Lasnng, Gailer, and Lore Boots; Call' and
Kip Hoot. Morocco Bunk ins. Slippers and Tie.
Children's enameled, lace, and po.'k- boots, Mo
rocco and ealf lace boots and ahors.
A general assortment of heavy Boots,
for the coming season.
Boys', Youth,' and children's kip and coarse
boots and shoe.
A genera assortment of Ladies; Gent, and Mis
India Rubber Boots and Orer Shoes.
Also, a large stock of Leather and shoe Findings,
which we would he glad to have our city and coun
try shoemaker exemine.
Boots and Sbocs from measure.
Onr town and country customers can have boots
and shoe mad to order at onr ahop. Wa have
secured the services of several experienced work
men, especially for this branch of our business, and
anv work entrusted lo ua will be warranted to FIT,
and of GOOD STOCK.. .
W South Store in Tyler's block at the
sign of the big ROOT,
f remont Oet. 5, 15
To the Lower Sandusky P. Road Stock.
THE stockholders of the Low. Sandusky Plank
Road Company, are hereby notified that an
assessment of ten per cent, on their capital stock,
is hereby called for, the same to. be paid over to
John R. Pease, Treasurer of said Company, in
Fremont, ea or before the 1 s t day of November.
JAMtS J U S HUJfi, fres'U
La Q.. Rowson. Sbc'j.
Fremont, Sept. 21; ie50 8
Bulletin No. 1.
GLORIOUS NEWS FROM
The Returns nre all In, nnd
IS declsred elected. The majority for Head Quar.
ters will range from
ISO fo 200 ton of the most splendid
varietv of Goods that were ever wafted up the San-
ousny Kiver. Alter so close a contest, this tp prob
ably th greatest victory ever won by mortal man.
The newa was telegraphed from Sandusky city, on
Tuesday evening, and we immediately charter
ed the ateamboat Islander for three, per
haps four trips. "All aboard passengers free."
Nims u the sole Agent for the People's Line,
THROUGH Br DAYLIGHT WITHOUT LANDING !
Having secured a Tremendaus Low Freight,
by shipping onr entire line of Goods in connection
with the Old Establishment In Elyrin, and by way
of Oswego, at about one half the usual
Prices paid by small dealers,
who ship hy Buffalo. And hsving many friends to
reward and no enemies to puuish, wa propos
Offering some inducements to the
People of Sandusky and adjoining counties,
That will drive the Old and New Combination into
On the 28th day of September,
We shall commence selling 50.000 pounds all
kinds of Iron for wagons at SO per hundred
As we are the sole egenta fur Ihi kind of iron, we
can warrant it to be of the very best quality or the
Cash shall be Refunded.
20)000 pounds best Eastern orWheeling Nails,
at $4 per keg.
2,000 pounds splendid cotton yarn, warranted
one thread to hold up the bundle, at only
87 cents per bundle.
100 cases Boots and Shoes, and the whole
shall be sold on the low pressure system.
Our stock of Ready -Made CLOTHING, is
probably the largest in North-western Ohio.
W have prepared our south room for the exclusive
sale of Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, and Ready
Made Clothing For the littdics, we have a
large line of
WINTER DRESS GO ODS,
And we can sell them splendid new. stylo de Laines
at 124 cents per yard.
Real Scotch Ginghams at Is. some for less.
Plaid Prints at 4 cents; 100 peicesat cents,
ami we will warrant the cloth to have been worth
more money before they ever went into the print
w e eau only enumerate a small portion of our
ponderous stock, but shall be dioppointed if we do
not see the whole country
moving in one Grand Phalanx, for
As it is the
Old Regulator of the County!
In all ages and sections of the country it has been
rustomary for people after sailing under one class
of Colors until they become old and tattered, to take
another 'tack.' In future we shull make a special
charge for all vetbatim Circulars copied from Head
FOB ALMOST EVEHY ARTICLE,
Brought to this Market by the Farmers.
Head Quarters, )
Sept 26th, 1850. j
it ordained by the Council of the Town of
rremont, that all orders hereafter drawn on
the treasury, for expenses in building sidwalks, ratl
ings, carbines and gutters, or either of them, iti
front of snr lot or part of a lot, shall state the num
ber or description of the lot or part of lot in frout of
which such improvement is made.
Sec. 2. AH orders drawn on the treasury, in -ac
cordance with the provisions of the first section of
this ordinance i shall he payable out of any ouappro
printed money iu the treasury, and shall also be a
lien on the tax levied, on such lot or part of a lot,
for the same and on the premises due fur said iinprov
ment, (and if not previously paid,) shall be paid out
of the taxes so levied, when the same is collected,
or out of the money, if the same shall be collected
ont of the owner or owners. . .
ec. 3 When auy order on the treasury shall
he presented to the treasurerfor payment, and there
is not sufficient money in the treasury to pay the
same, it is herhy made the duty of (he treasurer, to
endorse on the biik of such order, lite date of pre
sent'iieut and the wordn -nol paid fur want of funds;
nnd every order so endoraed, shall draw interest al
the rate of six per cviit per annum, from the date
of such endorsment ntil pn d.
J. J. oAK LtSul J i Mayor.
C R. McColloch, Recorder.
Sept. ?0, 1850.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the following ex
ecutors and admiiiiMratora have filed in the of
fice f th Clerk of the court of common pleas, of
Sanduskr enunir. their accounts current Inr fiiml
settlement: Samuel Crowell and J.tcnh HufTord,
En'ra. of Levi Huffbni; Charles S. Shutts, Arim'r.
of the estate of Gabriel T. Shuttc: George Over
mire, Adm'r. of the estate of John Blubaker: Chrie
tian Doncvson, Adm'r. of 'he estate of Christian
Stibley: Joseph Garn, Ex'r. of the estate of David
Garn; George If ales. Adm'r. of the estate of Ja
cob Ulch; Michael M' Bride, Adm'r. of the estate
of Lester Allen and Chester Edgertou, Adm'r. of
the estate of Stephrii C. Smith.
D. CAPPER, Dept. Cl'k.
Fremont, Sept. 25 150. i9;3
. School Notice.
THE Common Schools in Fremont, will open
for the reception of pupils on the first Monday
It ia directed by the Boaad of Education that un
til further notice the popiis attend respectively at the
snine rooms attended by them at the close of the
last term. '.
Teachers desirous of employment will file with
the uuderetened their proposals and certificates at
th earliest posible time.
By order of the Board,
HOMER EVERETT, Sec'y.
Fremont. Sept. 31. Ie50 28:3
Court common pleas, Saudusky county, Ohio.
Alexander H. Ewing,
Shubal Russell, and I
OY virtue of c decretal order issued out of the
JLM court of co'utiiou pleas of fSanduskr couuv
Ohio to me directed and delivered I shall offer at
public sale at the door of the rourt house in Fre
mont. in said eoaiity, nu the 21st day of October,
A. D ls5U, between the hours prescribed by law,
the following lauds and tenements, to wit:
I n lot number thirty-five as designated on the re
corded ptatt of Ewiug's addition to th town of
Lower Sandusky, Baudusky county, Ohio.
Taken a the property of Shnbal Rusel! aud
wife to satisfy a decree in said court in favor of Al-
exauder H. Ewing.
JOHN L. GREENE,
Special Master in Chancery.
Fremont, Sept. 21, 1850, 28-5
Court common picas, Saudusky county, Ohio.
Frederick S. Shaefer, ) '
Thomas Pinkertou. S
BY virtue of decretal order issued out of the
court of common pleas of Sandusky county.
Ohio, to me directed and delivered I shall off-r at
public sale at the door of the eourt house in Fre
mont, in snid county, on the 21st day of Oetober,
A. D. 1850, between the hoors prescribed by law,
the following laaida and tenements to wit:
ln-Iot number twenty-one, in ileberiimrs addi
tion to the town of Lower Sandushv, on the east
side of the Sandusky river, in Sandusky county,
Taken a th property of Thomas Pinkerton, to
satisfy a decree in said court in favor of Frederick
Special Master in Chancery.
Fremont. Sept. SI, 1850. - 28-S
WARRANTY, Mortgage, and Quit Claim
Deed for sal at th
A largo and splendid stock of
Fashionable Fall and Winter Goods,
just azcciVBD raoM mw rom no xirrtin,
Purchased almost entirely with CASH!
In the month of August, the most favorable Season,
IS NOW OFFDRED at the VERY LOWEST
PRICES, for Cash, or Country Produce.
These Goods were selected with great care,
in regard to quality and price, and cannot fail to '
Suit all who will please to examine them!
All the latest styles of
Ladies' Dress Goods,
Silks, &c dec, -
can be found here, and shall be sold cheaper than
can be had elsewnere!
Hats, Caps, Bonnets,
Hardware, Iron, Nails, Glass, Fish,
Sole and Upper Leather, Coffee, Teas, Oils,
Crockery, Boots and Shoes,
Ready-made Clothing, Molasses, Sugar',
Yankee Notions, fec, fec.
In truth all article wanted in the western country,
can be lound ana will be acid without regard to
profit for ready pay. A. B. TAYLOR.
Fremont, Sept. 18. 1850.
To toe Tax Payers of Sandusky County.
Treasurer's Omen, )
FhkMont, August 28, 1860. J
THE tax payer of said county, will take notice,
that the following taxes hurie been levied there
in for the year 1850, to will for slate purposes 3.20
mills on the dollar; for county $4000) for county
debt $3000; for school $1000; for county infimary
$1500: and for interest $500; amounting to 4.30
mills on the dollcr.
There ha been levied for road purposes the fol
lowing rates to wit: ) ork township 1.25 hundredths;
Townsend 1.40 hundredths; Green Creek 1.33;
Riley 2: Ballville 0.75 hundredths; Jackson 250;
hundredths; Washington 1.50 hundredths; Scott 2;
Madison 2 50 hundredth; Weodvilla 1.75 hun
dredths; Rice 2.50 hundredths mills on the dollar.
For township purposes in York 0.25 hundredths;
Townsend 0.25 hundredths; Green Creek 0.75
hundredths; RileyO 50 hundredths; Ssndusky0.25
hundredths; Jackson 0.30 hundredths; Scott 0.25
In Ballville Township there is an extra levy for
school purpose of 0.70 hundredth, and in Rice
township tor sam purpose U nulls on the dollar.
There has also been levied the following special
taxes to wit: for Woodville and Rollersville Free
Turnpike 3 mills on the dollar valuatiou of all lauds
ithiu the legal limits of said road, r or corporation
purposes iu the town of Fremont 1.50 hundredths
mills. In Fremont school district for tuition pur
poses 3.40 hundredths mills; for purchasing sits aud
school house purposes 3.85 hundredths.
In school district No. 2 Scott township, 1 mill;
No 8 Townsend 1: Fractional District 8 Ballville,
Whashingtou, &C. 1 mill; No. 6 Townsend 1.60
hundredths mills; No. 4 Green Creek 1 mill; 7
Green Creek 1 mill; 9 Green Creek 1 mill; No. 8
Riley 1 mill; No. 6 Ballville 1 mill: No. 12 Ball
ville 1 miil; No. 8 Madison 1 mill; No. 2 Wood
ville 1 mill; No. 5 Woodville 1 mill: No. 6 Riley 1
mill; No 8 York 5 mills; No. 9 Jackson 2 mills;
No. 7 Woodville 1 mill; No. I Woodville 3.75 hun
dredths: No. 1 York 1 mill- No. 2 Sandusky 1
mill; No. 3 Scott I mill; f- o. 2 Ballville I mill; No
11 Ballville 2 mills; No 2 Rico 1 mill: No 3 Town
send 1 mill; No. 7 Madison 1 mill: Tract 7 Madi
son and Woodville 1 mill; Tract No 13 Ballvilie-&
Green Creek 1.-25 hundredths; Tract No. - Madi
son and Scott 1 mill. Making the rates of taxation
(excepting the special taxes above mentioned) in
the several townships as follow to wit:
00 O . Wi -J
. ' S h -
a -1 a. o a . E.
Greco Creek... 3.20 4 30 I.33 0.75
miey .. . . .
Scott a. at I
3 20 4.30
2 50) 0.25J2.00
The subscriber will attend at hisoffice in Fremont
until the 20th of December next for the pnrposeof
receiving laeea, after which day the duplicates will
pass into the hands of deputy collectors, wilen pen
ally ami mileage will be charged on all faxes that
remain unpaid. J
Tsx payers will also take notice that no bank
notes except those of this state chartered nnder the
new banking law will be received for taxes.
27 Rreasnrer of Sandusky County:
To the Qualified Voters of
S. J. V2 ISJSl I C O 47.VT 1
TJY virtue of an act of the Gener-1 Assembly of
J the state of Ohio, passed February 38th. 1846.
entitled "An net regulating the mode of proceeding
wnen county iommissiouers mar be authorized by
law to subscribe to the capital stock of Railroad,
1 urn pike roads, or other incorporated companies in
And also, by virtue of an act to incornorate the
1 oiedo, Norwalk ae, Cleveland-Railroad Company,
xou are hereby nolifjad to vote at the next an
nual electiou to be held in the several townships in
said county, on the 8lh day of October uest, for, or
against a sutisoriplloii by the Commissioners of said
county to the capital stock of the above named
And lor the purpose of effectually enrorenne the
provisions of said acts the County Commissioners of
nam county no hereby Cirect: 1 hat the voters afore
said cause to be written or printed on the tickets
which they put into llie ballot box of said election
Air slat and county officers the words "For the
Railroad subscription," or "Against the Railroad
And tha Judges of elections in the seveial town
ships aforesaid, are directed to eeunt and return an
abstract of the votes so given for or againat the rail
road aubscription, to the office of the clerk of the
court of common pleas of the stid county, in the
poll books ol the other electors to be returned to that
Aud the clerk of the court of common pleas is di
rected to make an abstract of the voles so relumed
and file the same in his office, and certify the num-
oerot voles lor railroad subscription and the num
ber of votes against railroad subscription, lo the
commissioners of said county within five days after
opening tne poll doors atoreeaid.
By order of the Commissioners.
Fremont, Sept. 11, 1850. 27
Cleveland and Mauraee Railroad Corap.
"VTOTlCEis hereby given, that at a meeting of
Xv the Commissioners of the Cleveland aud Mau
mee Railroad company, held iu Maumee City, on
the 4th inst., it waa
Resolved, That Books of Subscription to the
capital stock of said Company, be opened on Mou
dy, the 30th September, 1850,
In Maumee City, at the office of Young & Waite,
under the directiou of Samuel M. Young and
In Perrysburgh, at the office of Spink & Murray,
under the direction of John C. Spink, aud Benja
min F. Hoi lister.
In Woodville, at the Ferguson House, under the
direction of A. R. Furgnson and Chaa, Powers.
In Fremont, at the office of R. P. Bucklend, un
der the direction of R. P. Buckland and John R.
In pursuance of the foregoing resolution, books
of subscription to the stock of said company will be
opened at the time and in the several places men
tioned above under the direction of the several per
sons therein named.
John E. Hunt,
Rob't A. Forsyth,
Wm. H. Hopkins,
R. P. Buckland,
September 7th, 1850-
Samuel M. Young,
Daniel F. Cook,
S. N. Beach,
ZEPHYR WORSTEP patterns. Canvas, Board
and Needles, rt Hathk.
SPERM and Lamp Oil
-A first rate article for
3. Bucki.awd & Co's.
RAYR BOOKS and Church Service. A
Splendid assortment, from 31c to $3, at
BUCKLAND & CO'S.
CODFISH of superior quality at '
Hatkis Crxaf Store.
COLLARS, Gloves, Hose, Neck and Pocket
Handkerchief", at . Hatsxs'.
I WEEDS' and Pittsburgh Iron at
Rail- Road Store.
JOHN P. ITAYIVES At SOX'S
Circular for the Fallof 1850.
HAYNES' -SECOND STOCK OF GOODS,
THE excitement and talk being about equally di
vided between the above partiea, we have con
cluded to "compromise" by making our establish
RAIL ROAD STORE,
Of Sandusky County and Vicinity.
The Unanticipated success which the Proprietors
if the above Store have met with since opening:
having disposed of almost an .
Entire stock of goods for Cash, in a feat uteeks !
has enabled Us to purchase a
Larger, Better, and Cheaper Stock of Goods
than ever making onr
Second purchase,' and
i all and Winter block,
A GREATER ATTRACTION!.
than ha ever before been oSdred In this vicinity.
And our success is the strongest argument that we
are selling Better, and CtitAtKB Goods, than
any other establishment in the place.
Our store is LARGE and CONVENIENT, be.
ing the North Store in Buckland's Brick Block,
is well lighted a our Goods do not require Twt
Liettr to sell them.
Mr. John P. Havnes. snent the month of Ail.
gtist ia the Eastern cities, and (elected our goods,
Before stocks had been Culled,
nd having been engaged in the Mercantile busi
ness in Sanduaky county, for the past 12 years,
knew exactly what to boy for this market.
Ottr Stock Comprise -
Dry Goods, t Groceries, - -
Hardware, - Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps, Muffs Tippets &c,
Crockery, Yankee Notions,
Ready Made Clothing, Ac,
Iron, Nails, Glass, Salt, &&, dec,
and 1.0,000 other articles, too numerons to men
tion BB Farmers look to your interests 'JH
Monev, when produce is so low should only be laid
out where yon can buy your
Clothing and Groceries,
To the best advantage.
Come with your wives and daughters, and
EXAMINE OUR STOCK OF GOODS,
and the price they are selling at, .
and you will be satisfied tbat th
Jtail Hoad Store,
is th place to bny -"Goods a is Good,"
P. S. We would return onr thank to the peo
pie of Sandusky county, and vicinity for the patron
age bestowed upon us, and would hope by an unre
mitting attention to our business keeping a good
stock and selling good Goods cheaper than ever to
receive a continuance ot tn same.
CASH and the highest market
price paid for WHEAT, CORN,
OATS, SEEDS, fcc. Sec.
&2?Doirt mistake the Place.
Buckland 's BrickBlock.
J. P. HAYIVES Ac SOX.
Fremont, Sept. 1850. - 12
Woolen Factory !
sanansky county, onio.
Weavingand Cloth-Dressing done in all styles
and colors, superior to any thing
in the State.
THE subscriber finding that Wool had risen in
price beyond the manufactured Goods intends
to stop the manufacture of woolen goods and torn
all the hands and machinery at custom work, such
as weaving Cassimers, Cloths, Satinetts, Linseys,
Flannels, and Coloring and Dressing customers
cloths, in all their various styles, superior to any
thing heretofore attempted.
Ho has erected a drying house 100 feet in length.
capahle of drying 200 yards of cloth per day, beside
the out door bars, tie oses .falling stocks to full
with, and other machinery sufficient to finish 300
yards of cloth per day. The machinery and hands
will all be employed in weavintr and' dreasing cloth
for customers during the season. . He haa all the
different machine for dressing cloth
That are used in e w England Factories,
such a Napping, Teaseling Shearing and Brushing
Machines, which were honghl in Wooster, Massa
chusetts, and are in the best of order. The work
men employed in his Manufactory, have served a
regular apprenticeship in Massachusetts, and work
ed in the above business from 5 to 20 year. And,
with his early aud long experience in tha manufac
turing business, and by strict personal atteulion to
the same, hoped to receive a liberal share of the
He has the FRENCH METHOD of Col
oring and uses no Copperas or Vitriol,
knowing the same to be injurious to the cloth.
He will warrant all of his work,
both a to manufacture, color and finish.
Prices per yard for finishing Cloths Is 6d; Cas- i
aimers Is 6d; Flannel Is; Satinetts 14c; Linseys
Is; to full 5c. I
Prices for weaving on Power Loom Cloths five
quarters wide 8c; Cassimers five quarter wide 10c:
r tannels lour quartera wide 7c.
Prices per yard for weaving and finding Chain
Satinetts 13c; Linseys 1.
All the cloths woven will be returned as they
leave the loom, or finished at the abova prices as
customers may direct.
lie has made Arrangements
with the following peraons at the plnces mentioned,
to receive yarns and cloth, and deliver the same
when returned. All yarns and cloth left with thee
persons will be taken and returned everv two weeks
throughout the season;
O. L. Kims, Head Quarters, t remont.
Baker's Store Castalia.
Chapman & Harkness, Bellevue,
Shoemaker & Osden, Republic
Silas D. Boalt, Mexico.
M. Brackley, McCutchensville.
J. Swagart & Co, Oregon.
Parker & Shawan, Carey,
Adam Battelfeld, SpringviHe.
C. W. Foster fe Son, Rome.
E. W. Thomas, Risdon.
Wm. Heller, Van Buren, more.
Arnold & Grrey, Crowell & Burns, Mell-
Henry Haskins, Portageville.
W. Bradner, Millgrove.
George Baiitchtell, Freeport,
J. Eaton ds Co., Rollersville.
C. Powers, Wooodville.
B. Caushan, Port Clinton.
P. C. DEAN.
Ballville, Ssndusky Co. O. August 3, 185021
Sale of Real Estate by order of Conrt.
ON the 21st day of October, JS50. between the
hours prescribed by law, af tho door of the
Court Houae in Fremont, in the county of Sandua
ky, and state of Ohio, will be sold to the highest
bidder the following real estate, as the property1 of
Daniel P. Newell, deceased, snbject to the right of
dower of the widow, to wit :
Tha west half of the south-west quarter of sec
tion number thirty, township number five, range
number thirteen, containing eighty acre mor or
less. Appraised at $400 Terms Cash in hand.
E. HUNTINGTON, Administrator.
September 17, 185017:5
rpOWNSEND'S Sarsaparllla A" large lot for
X sale u r oh'y at Bocxlamd's
' The subscribers have just received
Decidedly the Largest and Best selection- qf
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET
Miscellaneous, Clanical, Medical and School
Books, among which, the following are a few:
The writings of Gen Washington, by Jared Sparks,
Pfescott's Conquest of Vein, S volumes;
do do Mexifco, 8 vols.
- do Ferdinand all'! Isabella; 3 rol; -'
do- Miscellanies,! vol: ,
Allis-m'. History of Europe, 4 vols;
Hildreih's United Stales, 3 vols; -
Maccaulei's lislorr of England. 2 vols:
Hallam's Works, 4 vols; Gibbon's Rome, 4 vols.
Hiephens' Tncalan; Greece; Lgypt 2 vols each;
Complete Worka of Lorenzo Dow:
Addison's Works! Burke's dn.
Jos-phua Works I and 3 vols; Byru' do -
Shnkspeara's Works, I and 2 vols: .
R.illin's History ' do
Chan.hei' Information for the People, 3 role;
American Revolution 2 vols:
Marshal's Washington, 2 volumes!
Neal's Puritans. 2 vols; Life of Brant, 3 vols;
Mrs E Igeworth's Works 10 vols;
Suark'a American Biography. 10 vole:
Memoir and AHminialratiuiis of the President:
Cooper's Naval History; ' Brand's Eiictclnpedia:
History sf the Girondists: . r Life of Frnnklili;
Mrs. Bremier's Novels, complete in one vol;
Harper's reinily Library, 34 Volumes:
do School District Library, 150 volumes;
do Clasical Library, 20 volume
Span's Treatise; , " Swan's Miscellany;
Webster' Dictionary, unabridged
do f do Large, revised;
" do do University edition;
do dn School edition: :
United States Dirpentatory, late ediionj
Eberlee' Practice; . Eberlee's Theripeotics:
Smith's Hand Surgery; Watson's Practice:
Hooper's Dictionary; -
SCHOOL BOOKS OF ALL KINDS.
M'Gaffev'e Eclectic series of Readers;
Ray's, Adams', Smith's, Davis', Dabol's and Par
kin's Arithmetic; ' - '
Cla.k's, Smith's, Well's, Burritt's and Kirksm's
Smith's, Olonev's Mora' and Parley' Geogra
phy, etc., etc.
ST AT t O NARY.
Any Quantity of Fool Cap, and Letter Paper
plain and ruled. Gilt Edeed and Embossed:
Letter Euvellopes, of all klads and style.
CALL AND SEE! At
r sn a 9 : '
Buckland's Brick Block.
S. BUCKIiAXD 4c CO.
Fremont, July, 1860 17 ""
Trcmendnous Outbreak ia Cuba!
10,000 Prisoners taken.
Have just receired large assortment of
BOOTS U SHOES
WHICH will b offered at great bargain for
CASH OA READY PAT.
Their stock comprises every variety of boot and
snees suited to tne marxet.
will find thick boots and shoss, calf and kip, sawed
and pegged, Lr t extremely low pt ice.
. For Boys and Youth
we have kip, calf and heavy boots aud shoe, a
cheap as the market atiurds, and of superior qual
For the Ladies -
enameled and kid exevlsioro, enameled polka boots.
calf and morocco boots, and also a large assortment
of kid and morocco slippers f dinerant colors and
For Vounr Misses
morocco and calf boots and shoes, mor rocco and
seal buskins, morocco, kid and seal slippers, gaiter
boots, fancy colored haft gaiters; and a large vari
ety of kid and morocco boot and shoes for children.
- Boot and Shoe Makers, -
will lake notice, that we have a large assortment of
Shoe i indiugs, tor the trade, such as Boot 1 rees
and Lasts, Pegs, French calf, Morocco and Boot
morocco skins, pink red and white lining skins, and
a general assortment of findings together with every
varietv of tools used in the manufacture of boot
and shoes as cheap as ean be bought in th west.
We keep constantly on hand a larve assortment
ot ma iasu CAf S for men and boy. -
MEW STOCK! SEW PRICES!!
T. If. STEVE JTSOJY,
WOULD inform the public that he ha resumed
his business at his old stand, on Croghan St.,
and having had the oportunity of seeing and getting
All the Latest Fashions from Eait and West,
and having brought on an assortment of tha
FINEST WOODS, VENEERINGS, VC.,
he ia prepared to furnish his eld customers, and as
many new ones a can crowd into his ware rooms,
with the most splendid 1st of
Mahogony, Rosewood, and Blackwalnnt
Of every kind-r- rom the Cradle to the Coffin.
Aa to prices, he is determined
NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD.
He is hold to say that he can offer yon BETTER
BARGAINS and BETTER WORK than yon can
get west of Buff tin; he has on h and, and is making
All kino of BEDSTEADS,
on New and Improved Plans;
such as Lewis' Patent, Fowler's Patent, etc., Ste.
Do not fail to give him a call.-
ILT He has got up a good firaise, and will attend
funerals in town or couulrv.
Fremont, August 10, 1850.
Steam Mill for Sale.
THE subscriber now offers his new Steam
saw mill for (talc, situate on the Ridge
Road, about ten miles eaeierly from Fremont aud
only 100 roda from the Maumee and Western Re
serve Turnpike Road, and within about 25 rods of
(he surveyed hue of the Wellington aud ioledo
The mi'l is a snperior one, in alt respects, being
in a healthy location, haviugthe very best of water,
that which will not corrode a boiler, The building
i f the mst substantial kind, 35 by 61 feet, fitted
to taw logs 30 feet long. Having two circular saws
and a machine fur sawing felloe attached, and
sufficient power in th engine to drive the whole,
and the boiler large enough lo mak the steam,
and more t,io.
ABUNDANCE OF TIMBER,
ill aromid, and men that hftv got the snap to them
to hauJ it; there being no less than evaaty teams
itir in otie day last winter, attached to some forty
iri and bout; aud every ten days of good sled- ;
dintf U equivalent to about one thousand logs.
Aiy perwon wishing to get large contracts tor th
Rrt Irntfd, nr wishing to enter into llie lumber boi-uej-s
will fi:id it to their .advantage to call aud see
And any person anticipating building a Mill, ean
oa eqnitllv a well to call, for they can httlf pay for
'.i.e vniit iney wouia as untitling nr uuiiuiirr
being so framed, nit to be easily tukeu down aud eel
on wonM require hut little time to remove it.
The subscriber ha4 also 105 acres of good
ltid Mhirnl forty acres clearen, a gooa frame Burn,
4 ou ig Orchard o( over one hundred grafted Apple
trees, mni tf wu.cn are wannd will, reaches,
Pefir!, Plums. Cherries, Quinc-, Grapes, &c. &-
.vhifh hivv tUo commenced bearing. The mil)
And firm wMI b old iwpar-tte or together, to suit
tMirch lews'; .!. .ilW.il terms o payment giveu.
Tut furttie- p.racu.' enquire of
F. (. NORTON, Fremont,
or the subscriber on the premise!. j
VV. U CtJRTIS.
Turk, Aii6tt 3, JcSX
U A tymtMity of seasoned vrsgon and luffg
fell oet togelhef with' an extra qHialHy of nsrew
Irfth, and lumber of all kinds k-pt constantly on
baud, cheap as can he had at anv other miti 'tis, the
country. 2t:6m W. L C.
AMP auU Tanuer's Oil at
White Wood lyiimfoer.
OF all kinds and clear stuff for sil hv
Feb. 9. O. H. FUSSELMA.
CARPEM itftS aaa find Hand-saws, Draw-knivt-s,
slrrl Sqnarss, try Squares, plans irons.
Nail Hammers, Hatchets, dec. of th best quality at
Mathks" lbu Bros.
SIL&S, Batins. alpaccaa, laa-ns, ginpbams, &c,
all qualities and price at H.tfis.
New Drug- 8 tore
a BUCKLAND & CO A
. ' ' "' "7 DEAtERS IW
Drugs, Paints, Oils, Dye-stuffs, Glass-war
Phosgene Gas and Lamps, etc., &c.
THE subscribers have just opened a large stock
of the above articles, which with their former
stock completes the largest arid best oMortraeut ever
brought to Fremont or vicinity ' '
ALL WHICH ARE WARRANTED. '
., Physician ar respectfully requested to ealf
and evnmtn mlr rltele rif tlrn.. ..it rh.....!..
as we are determined that FtttHost shall sx im
rows to ct Goods CHE AP.
All nur merchants say they are selling Goods
CHEAPER than they can be honsht in Sau!ukr,
Tiffin, or any where else in these D rains' aud are"
- Determined not to be outdone
b) them in tha way f LOW price. " -
CT Cou sth t DxAttRi, will find it id their ad'"
vantage to boy of as any article in our line, as we
art sure we can save them the transportation,,
at least, ...
PAINTERS and itECltANiCS,
using Pits-fs of any kind who wish Goon ArtiClx.
can be supplied at th smallest passible adrance
from Cost. White Lead pure Eir, No. X, dry
and gronod in oil. Chrome Yellow, Chrome Grretij
Pris Green, Red Lead, Lampblack, Litharge,:
Varnish, Linseed OH, warranted to dry -Turpen-iiue,
&c. &. Brushes Of all sizes and kinds, at
20 per cent, cheaper titan ever. ,
'. ' give us a call ,. J.
'tar Sign of the Big Mortar, 'gf. v
Feemnnt. Rnndnkv e. -Julvti. .17
First Arrival from II. Ycrid :
- Just Received by Express,
Only FOUR DATS from the City. :
MOUS DE tAINS and Paramettas,
Black dress Silk. ' V-
Black silk and Fancy net Lace;. . "- - V
Wroueht tnuslia Collars, - - .-
; Velvet Trimmings and Buttons,- J
Fall and VinterShawls, - - . '. -
- Bonnet Ribbons, &c. &c . , - ' -
N. B. W shall hare th pleasure of showing to -
VAs meftrj ef ffrbmnnt nnA nirSmitit
j; v '
Th Largest, best-elected and Cheapest stock '
of Good ever opened here. -Ttie
Ladi are invited to call and look at tho '
aoov uoon. . r:nAi.iL9awn.,
AMetist 30. . . ; - . ; "
THE subscriber ia prepared to furnish Societ.
Hill, in Buckland's Brick Block, for
Cotillon Parties. Sorles. Lectures. Lc,t
on reasonable terms: and also f etfestimCQtSf
iu th best style on the shorten noticet
J. . K. ci.B.llf.
Fremont. Angost 3, 1859. - . ' -
' WUU1 WAJN i'KlJr
ANT quantity of good Hickory and Ash Wood,
will be takes eu subscription at the -
- - - Frksa Orritr.
HDf . It 1
SARSAPAR I LLAAVILD CHEBEV
. Ttus Talmble Medicinal preparatioi .
Iron, sny impie Extraet of Sampnri:ta or eommoe
UJ.,in. Ir im e. aAnnnnili nt Mat it u
. MOST CLEANSING MEDICINES
With otbera actinf dirtily n the Kidnem, or birring im
mediate reference to tne relict and continued healtfey ope
ration of some Internal organ. It eoniam srtklei
wnicn eater into no other preparation in existence, aitds
x.1 is tiiniAiiiiXii -tn
purifying and refreshing effects, by any Ucdicine lo '
IN LARGE BOTTLES "
Is rr plfsmmt to the taste, and is awre concentrated,
STRONGER, BETTER AND CHEAPER
Than city ether in mericet. Persons who have taken
"Parsapnr.I.a " y Me g alien, witnout retiet, nave aeeit
radically mrtd, by uaing two or thrre boit.'e- ,
Thw is the only Compound in which Snrsnpatilla, Wl .
Cherry and Dandelion are so prepared, to oifer the pecu
liar virtues of each, io combination with par Kxinutav
of other healing articles in a iughiy coaceouratcd snia.
lt ingredicnis are . ' r
A oA fin tBifh mnti nnA lrka am tiro tVtnr! fl thrt'trtl Phis-lfl
affeeting eerutin parts in their general teadtiicy 10 pro
dace tJu meet Ueansinf m-itd ktmlig ecci. "
IT IS IMPOSSIBLE - i
draw 01F Watery Humors from tlie Blood, or corrupt ai.t -
imiauug Becreiions 01 oikhiicu urgans iiuiu uv why,
trithout the thorough operation on tub Kimfxrv, ar
cansed bythii Medicine. No otber extract Cvcnrrrtgd
U tkiM eftd. In fact this very operation for wbtch it
particularly eempeuuded, differs from ell other piepara
uons, and mattes it the tttt emrntpouud t existent.
IN ALL CASES OF DROPSY,
Use this medicine. It will' relieve. It nrred whin,
life iteeff warn detpmired of. -Jt contains nTtieles thni mUt
emre if anything ean, and taJtes the tmle wuihod to otikm
permaaent cure. Thl Reuiedv ( '
PURIFIES AND DRIVES 6 VT : S .
At! impure snd gross homofv, sot only by ork ins drrect
ly on the blood, but hy restoring eacb organ to healths
vigor, and especially increasing Ute action of those wWca '
draw from the body, and lastingly remove all .
IMPURE OR DISEASED FLtyIOS. .
Aft diseases ovigmattig in a depraved mite of the vital -fluids.
Eruptions, Ulcers, Sores, Colleetiou of Watery
DISEASES OF THE BLOOD,'
Will find this the serf alterative, and moftc!eamiig sf
diriiie. ftr before nmn mther in. uni&rtia& eScet It
has worked some of the gremieU cures at'iHmenae of tie
Urinary Organs, ;
DISORDERS OFTHB KIDNEYS,
Bladder, ace. A eplendid drive tic ff extract ie" em geedt
for Weakness of tue Kiuoeys, Weak Back, Retention or
Involuntary flow of Critte. Bu ruing or Scal'line. Itmiun
Imry EmiesivnM, or oUht irritability, R(j.i:iJ!i;n. theomlw
Medicine that heels theee perte. In Scro-ufouJ habit of
c System, Lax and weakened states.
Wasting diseases of the Lungs, Pa hi in tite Brpsst. ttc
the sooUiing Tectorals and bracing Touics, heal the iunrt
most kindly, and strengthen the fcouy, while the acrid
tiarioad the svtvtein arc cieantvd. j e rctuetntr
maiem ef the Kidney ia marked in Lumg disemm. It h
warranted superior to m preperalioit fiudiSli attack
frotu saposure arc eertataly cwre.
FEMALE COMPLAINTS, '
For Irregular, eup-rfessed or painful Menctruatlcir fhmt
AIhi5, Uteriuc ldeases, or any dcisngetncnt 01 U.e Po
nal t raoic. It never MaDiwiuts expectation. Jta eem-.
mom medicine reach these derAug enter, U. Tins Com-
pound contains certain Roots, the bcH end el$ ent Ihm
ehould be used. It cures (lie most sgeravated forms. - i
GENERAL DEBILITY ASU DECLINJU,
t will refresh immediately. A few dava u vill con- n
vinee the incredulous. The appetite incruaacd
nerves so quiet spirits raised and new. Pure aed. Ztivti
Blood takes the place of vitiated and corrupt
rSE IT IX TOUR FAMILIES. , "
Toa wilt never be witfcoutit. It will do svre eec4 m4 '
, i ure more speedily, the hundieds of petty diseases, Cofaia. -Bowel
CoRtpiaini?, Impure Blood, tc- than atiy ,
- you have ever tried. Lk el CerUjirMtts Tie Wsk .
war Infavt or uoat Ueiicaie fremate cca tttAt u tiii per-
Jcatqfeiy. ..---. . - --''v,-'
; BEAR IT IN MIND, l "
That thli is the enif medicine tliat haa ever cured the lo- :
weqring Shif Fevrs, as stteated by the ethe tf eem
thirty of the cured, and you will acknowledger , , .
THERE IS SOMETII1X6 IS ft.
Where obstructions of the orcans nave cawed depoclts, ' "
GRAVEL, - '
Or Stone In the Bladder, .this medicine- has tecs Detf ,
with astonishing success. Fer Cert-ijitxUea ef Cere of
.thie er emjf diseaee, eee Pemphiet if ensue.
. THE WORST FORKS . ;
Of nissACiw of the STOMACH and BOWELS, Cetttee- ,
ness, DYSPEPSIA, with Debility, -fee.. For Bowel Com-
wheu accumulation of bile has causej ,
bilious diseases; 7 n f'fV
Janndice, c, or when they are co?nins.or.- fat fkie4 '"
yaat mre eefe. It carries off the eorrui.t I ile rapidly, by -the
natural chancels and.2M ix.meditie.'.. It has cured
Of years mfartifinj ns certlnentes teniV." Jt eittmye girem
eeiisfaetieiu Try it. .Or-t Thysicwns nTCrr a'vei:"
diiiretics. Th cotnpouud is excellent iamJc:ioi. aiaue -is
alutost specificv - j .. t - -
... LOOK; FOR TESflM'6'X
On the pages of our tAwrniKetot coromns ofor pff
A IH-t rf as nfluesttal- names-Ims eer teen rten in
support of Nedicince. We havt ihm: idMmteHt
tetimonv af the certmin mre ef eerery ne Tmetten.
The meet through investigation ie reqxeeted. GET A
PAMPHLET. Call on the certifiers of ash their ommooa 1
and vou too will use It. It wilt affect you different tw
any other, and we think tt will Jo you snore sjuoo. , . -
STfiPlt BUCKLAND, & &0. Agent,-
For Sand osay coon ty.' .
Wm. Whlpp, Believe, . ;
. ' " " T. Daniels, Toledn, . . - ' ;" "
Hamilton tt -McCentorj', RspaWie, .
McColloch &. Thorp, Sandusky,
: F.H Boyer, Tilfia. ; '
Jan II, '49. , . : 17:Iy r ,
"I HEAP PUBLICATION S A choie 1st of
la.-pcr & BToiher-s,
just received at