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M A R R IE D ,
Oa the 10th nit.,' by Rev. H. Lang, Mr. James
Steierwald and Miss Mary Hebeis.n, all of thi
county. : - , . .
- - t. 1IEI,
In thia town on Saturday, Oct. 6th, ANNA F.
KEELER, daughter of Mrs. Sophia Holbokd,
and wife of Mr. Isaac M. Kkelkr, aged 26 years.
She had been for many yaara a member of the
Presbyterian Church in this place, and an exem
plary, uniform and sincere christian. Her disease,
the consumption, left her abundant opportunity to
test the value of the religion of the Bible, and the
reality of her own faith. She found her religion a
sufficient support, and departed with a calm and
undoubted reliauce upon the promises of God. '
"The sting of death is sin, and the strength of
in is the law. ' But thanks be to God, who giveth
us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ."
" Her memory shall live, " ''
Through long succeeding years,
'- v Embalmed with all our hearts can give,
4.1' ; Our praises and our tears. " Cora.
;I this town, Friday, the 25th inst., GEORGE
W. CORL, aged about 33 years.
.The deceased waa a resident pf Hollidaysburgr,
Fa i and sickened and died while on a journey west.
II was a member of the Order of Odd Fellows, and
was taken care of by members duriog his illness,
nd buried with the honors of the Order.
- 'The Resolutions of the Lodge will appear next
STeAlister's All-Healing Ointment.
It is not often that w allow ourselves to speak in
praise of any of the patent medicines of the day, but
owing to the many testimonials of praise that we
.hear daily concerning , McAlister's All-Healing
Ointment, we must needs say that for ourselves we
have .never used or seen a medicine as in name eo
applicable u this medicine. It is indeed truly as
tonishing to see what virtue is imparted in so simple
yet powerful a remedy. - For burns, bruises, scalds
iall diseases of the skin, and inflammations we be
lieve it has us eqaal. Call and get a pamphlet io
the hands of agents.
CLAUK & KHIOLER
t XT AVE removed their Tailor Shop one door north
XJ. of Av F. & F. Vaudarcook'a Store, in the
; room recently occupied by O. H. Fusselman, aa a
" Tin shop, where they are prepared to wait upon
"their eid customers, and all other wk? may favor
litem with their patronage.
One of the partners has been east and purchased
? stock of Cloths. Cassimers, Veatinga and Cloth
ing, also mil sorts of Trimming, ail of which they
-- will- sell as cheap as any other establishment in
town.. YW would say to our country friends who
may wish cutting done, that we are prepared to lor
xiish them with Trimmings cheaper than thev can
L '-pet them any where else. If you do not believe us
-call and see before purchasing elsewhere, as we
are bound to sell at a very sin all percentage.
Fremont. Nov. 1st, 1650. 34
: ; New Arrangement !
.-uiV PRICES REDUCED!
' JOSEPH COCHKA1YE,
T ESPECTFULLY announces to the citizens of
LV t remont, and vicinity that he has taken the
old and well known stand of H. R. Foster, where
he will be happy to supply the old customers and
public generally with any article iu his line.
Keeps constantly on hand and manufactures to
order of the best material every variety of
. . 'Saddles, Harness, Trnnks,
Valises, Bridles, JHartingals, Ac Ac
4; Carriage Trimming done on the shortest notice.
" . - All work warranted. ' .
Fremont, Nov. St, 1S50. 34
Et lHE public are cautioned against, and requested
r set to purchase a promisory Note, executed to
?-r layman Ames, by Victory Haight anil ffenry Wey
;; rough, amounting to Eighty dollars, payable three
mouths after date, end bearing date, Oetobet 23rd,
vI850, as said Note was obtained by improper means,
and no aalue has been received for said Note, for
. which reason its payment will be contested.
'"October 3 'at, 150. ' ; ,
t IVES notice to the citizens of Fremont, and the
VJT public generally, that he stm continnes tocar-
ry on the" above business in -all its branches and
-Comas.:. Ha has made additions to his stoek of .
Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Ac;
- and is now prepared to accommodate all who may
favor him with a call. Horses and carriages
a For Parties or Funerals
. Bn ti fiait m t ,nv mnment. Covered and ODen
'' ' buggies for men of business-or pleasure, on the
shortest notice ". -
ni. -- Riditrg Horses of the best bottom,
always; -oa-.hand.-' The strictest attention paid, so
J r that alt who call shall be accommodated without
delay.' Teams for " ' "
Carrying Passengers or Movers
. into any part of the country, alwavs on hand. '
Those wishing any thing in the above line, -will
3 4o well to rive him a trial, as he feels confident they
will -be satisfied, both as to teams and prices, the
- former warranted to carry passengers to their desti-
nation iu the shortest possible time, and the latter
to be nr reasonable as possible. By strict attention
- to business, he hopes to merit a liberal share of
? 2r public patronage.
StaWes Nearlv opposite Norton's Foundry.
"" Fremont, Nov . 2d, 1850.
- --c Dissolution. ... ' '
NOTICE is hereby given that the copartnership
heretofore existing between the subscribers in
the Livery business, is this dav dissolved by mutual
consent. H. "WILLIAMSON.
- IRA SMITH.
tCT The business will stiH be eontinoed by the
'subscriber at the old stand. ,,, JKA SMI 1 H.
Oct. 16, 1850.
- One rent Reward.
ALL persons are forbidden harboring or trusting
Samuel Cook, an indentured apprentice to the
ttl.nb.tnilliinM k,i;naH oihn kkaMinfldil frnm mi ltd
the 8th of September last, as IwiU pay no debts of
01B CDIILMIILIUK UUHI LUIB UniO
. Oct. 21, Ie50. JACOB F. HULTS.
L. a test Arrival
Tall and Winter Goods ! !
r. tit is now universally admitted that
ITORE is the place to buy Good and cheap
V 7 Goods aud ss he has opened one of the largest
atocks brought to this market, he would say to his
t ld customers, and ati who make Fremont a trad-
iuz place, to call and examine, bearing in mind that
. ... . . , i. .
S30 esiaousiinreiiv tu mo -
- ST ATE OF OHIO !!
shall undersell him in any one article. His stock
consists in part of
. . Plain and fancy Alipaco, Thibut cloth', Muslin de
. Lain, Cashmeres, Giughams, 500 pieces of calicoes
warranted fast colors. Jiroad clotn, Aaseameres,
. Sattinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, Bed Ticking, Flannels,
bleached and brown ssheeting, t-otton yarns dcDais
Of every description.
r Groceries, ' -
Boots and Shoes,
Hats an d Caps,
' Sole and Upper leather, Paints and Oils, Dye stuff.
, JROJST, NAILS AND GLASS, &c, &c
T,t abort, he would sav that his .assortment
complete, and that he is prepared to give those who
will favor mm witn a can a grano oenem.
- All kinds of produce taken in exchange for goods.
... - . . D. BETTS.
J Fremont, Oct. 26, 1850. .
To Former Compatriots in Arms.
My Brother Officer and Soldier :
No more let Patriots declare.
That, 'Republic's ungrateful are,'
For you and I, who fought and bled
And for the Heirs of the brave dead
Our Country has provision made.
The Land Bill, late by Congress pass'd,.
And graded as in service class'd' .
From Forty to a Quarter Section
Is tendersd to us for selection- .
Of good, rich soil, (not rough nor thorny)
From Maine to golden Kally-forny.
Just call on me, 3T And get your Land
I am your servant to command.
True as the needle to the pole
So true you'll find
LAND AGENT CROWELL. .
Fremont, Oct 19. 1850.
NOTICE is hereby given that a petition will be
presented to the Commissioners of Sandusky
county, at their next session, praying for the loca
tion and opening of a new road as follows: Com
mencing at the north-east corner of section No. 30,
Jackson towuship, running thence south nearly two
miles, to Jesee Mowry's land, then making an an
gle to the right, (twenty rods more or less) to inter
sect the county line. 3 J:4
f 11HE Board of School Examiners, for this'Coun-
I ty, will assemble on Saturday, Oct. I9lh, at
the School Koom of f . S. White, in tne Dasemem
of the Methodist Church, at 2 o'clock, P. M. The
sessions of the Board will be held at the same place,
on sucessive Saturdays, at the hour mentioned
above, for sight weeks. By order of the Board.
F. S. WHITE, Clerk.
Fremont, October 13, 185Q 31:8
f BARRELS Common, White and Fins Gray
OD Plaster, just received, and for sale by
S. BUCKLAND & CO.
Fremont, October 19, 1850.
nYa late Law. Coneress has granted Bounty
J3 Lands to all officers snd privates who served in
the War of 18H, Florida and Mexican Wars, and
Indian Wars since 1T90, according to their term of
service, or their widows or heirs in caBe of death.
The subscriber is in possession of all necessary
papers and information requisite to obtain these war
rants, and tendera his services for this business.
C. EDGERTON, Att'y nt Law.
Fremont, Oct. 19, 1850 32:ff
OTJLD respectfully announce that he has
Removed bis Shop, one door
South of Lcppclraan's Jewelry Shop,
opposite Head Quarters, where he will be happy
to wait on bis old customers and all who need any
thing in his liue.
If you want you garments made up RIGHT,
and after the Latest Fashion you must call on
N. B. Particular attention paid to cutting, aud
warranted to fit if pmperlv made up.
Fremont. April 28, 1849.
SEW STOCK! KEWvPBICES!!
WOULD inform the public that he lias resumed
his business at bis old stand, oa Croghaii st.,
and having had the oportunity of seeing and getting
All the Latest Fashions from East and West,
and having brought on an assortment of the
FINEST WOODS, VENEERING S, AC,
he is prepared to furnish his old customers and as
many new ones as can crowd into his ware rooms,
with the most splendid let of
Mahogony, Rosewood and Blackwalnut
FUR X I T IT II E ,
Of every kind from the Cradle to the Coffin.
As to prices, he is determined
NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD.
He is hold to say that he can offer you BETTER
BARGAINS and BETTER WORK than you can
get west of Buffalo; he has on hand, and is making
All kinds of BEDSTEADS,
, , ,on JSew and improved Jrlans;
such as Lewis' Patent, Fowler's Pateut, &c, dec.
Do not ail to give him a call.
if r He has got up a good tlearBe, and will attend
funerals in town or country.
Fremont, August 10, 1850.
SELECT SCHOOL.. .
A Select School will be opened in Fremont bv
Rev. F. S. White, on
. Monday, October 15th.
The Terms &c. will be made known on application
to him.. He will give special attention to (hose who
wish to prepare themselves for teaching. ?TChoiars
from abroad will find the expense of attending this
school no greater than that of attending the public
schools of the town. The advantages will in all
respeets be at least equal to those of any other
school and in some respects superior, on acconnt of
the fimited number of scholars.
Fremont, Oct 5, 185030:2
NOTICE is hereby giveu that the co-partnership
heretofore existing under the firm of Roberts,
Hubbard & Co.. is this day dissolved. All ac
counts of the company will be settled by Pease &
Roberta. u. A. KUBtK I s,
Sept 19, "5030:3 J. R. PEASE.
GEORGE YAND OREN'S ESTATE.
NOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber has
been appointed and qualified as administrator
on the estate of George Van Doren. late of Sandus-
gy county, Ohio. u tuutitiuw.
r remont, rept. a, 3U:J
ALL those knowing1 themselves indebted to the
estate of Samuel Ryder, either bv note or book
acconut, will do well by calling and settling imme
diately, and you will save costs, if not, costs will be
made, r or further particulars call atL.sq. Lrreene's
office. - RACHEL RYDER, Adm'r.
Oct5 30:3 By JOHN RYDER, Ag't.
"Totice The Stockholders of the Fremont, Green
A. 1 Springs & 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
paid to Ezra Stoner, treasurer of said Compauy, at
Green Springs Mills, on or before the 10th day of
By order of the Board of Directors.
R. SMITH, Pres.
S. H. Smith, See.
October 1, 1850. 30 .
FHOIOM CASH STOHK!
A -large and splendid stock of '
Fashionable Fall and Winter Goods,
JOST RECEIVXD FROM HEW YORK AKD BOSTON,
Purcitated almost entirely with CASH!
In the month of August, the most favorable seaaon,
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, fec. (fee-
cab be found here, and shall he sold cheaper than
can be had elsewhere!
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, fcc, &c,
In truth all articles wanted in the western country,
can be found and will be scld without regard to
profit Tor ready pay. A. B. TAYLOR.
Fremont, Sept. t8,1850.
"White Wood Lumber,
F all kinds and clear stuff for sale by
reb. 3. O. H. FUSSELMAN.
QPERM and Lamp Oil A first rate article for
sale al s. uvcklad tv ijo's.
To the Tax Payers of Sandusky County.
- .. Treasure k's Officii, )
Fremont, August 28, 1850., j
THE tax payers of said county, will take notice,
that the following taxes have been levied there
in forthe year 1850, to wit: for state purposes 3.90
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 dollar.
There has been levied for road purposes the fol
lowing rates to wit: York township 1.25 hundredths;
Towusend 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 hundredths; Woodville 1.75 hun
dredths; Rice 2.50 hundredths mills on ths dollar.
For township purposes in York 0.25 hundredths;
Townsend 0.25 hundredths;. Green Creek 0.75
hondredths; Riley 0.50 hundredths; Sandusky 0.25
hundredths; Jackson 0.30 hundredths; Scott 0.25
In Ballville Township there is an extra lew for
school purposes of 0.70 hundredths, nnd in Rice
township fur same purposes 2 mills 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 valuation of all lands
within the legal limitsof said road. For corporation
purposes in the town of Fremont 1.50 hundredths
mills. In Fremont school district for tuition pur
poses 3.40 hundredths mills; for purchasing site and
school house purposes 3.85 hundredths.
In school district Wo. 3 Scott township, 1 mill;
No 8 Townsend 1; Fractional District 8 Ballville,
Whashington, &c. 1 mill; No. 6 Townsend 1.60
hundredths mills; No. 4 Green Creek 1 mill;
Green Creek 1 mill; 9 Green Creek 1 mill: No. 8
Riley 1 mill; No. 6 Ballville 1 mill; No. 12 Ball
ville 1 mill; No. 8 Madison 1 mill; No. 2 Wood-
ille 1 mill; No. 5 Woodville 1 mill; No. 6 Rilev 1
lill; No 8 York 5 mills; No. 9 Jackson 2 mills;
No. 7 Woodville 1 mill; No. lWoodville 3.75 hun
dredths; No. 1 York 1 mill: No. 2 Sandusky- 1
mill; No. 3 Scott 1 mill; No. 2 Ballville 1 mill; No
11 Ballville 2 mills; No 2 Rice 1 mill: No 3 Town-
send 1 mill; No. 7 Madison 1 mill; Tract 7 Madi
son and Woodville 1 mill; Tract No 13 Ballville &
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 follows to wit:
co o fd Woo -3
Green Creek. .
4.30J z- 50
Washington. . .
Madison. . . . .
The subscriber will attend at liisoffice in Fremont
until the 20th of December next for the purpose of
receiving taees, after which day the duplicatea will
pass into the hands of deputy collectors, when pen
alty and mileage will be charged on all taxes that
1 ax pavers will aiso take notice that no bank
notos except those of this state chartered under the
new banking law will be received for taxes.
27 Rreasurer of Sandusky County.
Since the Great Explosion and
Blow tip at Head, 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 Quarters, m addition
to his old friends and patrons who
by their patronage rendered
Celebrated throughout Sandusky county,
as the most favorable place to buy their Goods.
HE WILL STILL CONTINUE " '
At his Old Stand on the Turnpike,
Opposite IVhylcr's Tavern.
In Lis assortment n ill be found
B BLACK, Brown. Blue and Mixed cloth, black,
mixed and fancy cassimeres, blue, black, and
mixed satiuetts, Kentucky jeans and tweeds cloth.
red, white and Yellow flannels, red and blue plaid
cloaking, gimps, fringes, calicoes, giinghams, al
paccas, and lawn cloths, shawls and dress hand
kerchiefs, and the moBt fashionahle fancy dress
goods for the ladies that the JNew xork market can
nord. .Bleached and brown
Shirtings, Canton Flannels,
Ribbons, Black Silk for Dresses,
Sewing Silk, Checks, Vestings,
Twist ifc thread, Comforters,
Cohoe's Shirts and Drawers,
Cotton Yarn, Carpet Warp,
Carpeting, and almost every description of
Dry tjroods that are kept in the Western tountry.
Tea. coffee, sugar, pepper, spice, ginger, nutmegs,
Cloves, ciniiainon, starch, saiffiratua,
madder, indigo, alum, &c.
Cros-cut, mill, hand aud wood-saws; cross-cut,
mill, and haud-saw hies; weed ti iron,
flat and round bars; cut and wro't
nails; band & hoop iron;
cast, spring, &
American steel; Ames'
shovels, hay and manur forks;
nail rods: White's Sim mens and Collins
cast steel axes; besides an extensive assortment of
SHELF HARD-WARE, such as,
Pocket-knives, table knives and forks, butts nnd
screws; dooi hangings and trimmings, dec, etc.
Boots and Shoes,
a very great variety and warranted water proof.
HATS & CAPS, A GOOD ASSORTMENT.
Sole and Upper Leather, Sc.; all of the
above articles will be sold cheap for Cash, or ex
changed for Wheat, Corn, Oats, Rye, Timothy,
Clover or l ax-seeds, Hides, Sheep pelts, liutter,
Lard, Lggs, I allow and Wax.
&3T Don't let those Shylocks around where
the large flags hang out, make you believe that
their 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.
I remont, October a, loAU
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 K. f ease, i reasurer of said Company, in
Fremont, on or before the 1st Hay of November.
JAMES JUSTICE, Pres't.
La Q. Rowson, Sec'v.
Fremont, Sept. 21, 18508
FT1HE subscriber is prepared to furnish Social
l h&lx, in Jiuchland's cncK iilock, tor
on reasonable terms: and also refreshments,
in the best style on the shortest noticet
J. F. R. SEBRING.
Fremont, August 3, 1850.
CARPENTERS can find Hand-saws. Draw
knives, steel Squares, try Squares, plane irons.
Nail Hammers, Hatchets, &c. of the best quality at
rlAYHES Cheap Store,
NT quantity of good Hickory and Ash Wood
will be taken on subscription at the
Bulletin No. 1.
GLORIOUS NEWS FROM
The Returns are all In, and
IS declared elected. The majority for Head Quar
ters will range from
150 to 200 tons of the most splendid
variety of Goods that were ever wafted un the San
dusky River. After so close a contest, this ip prob
ably the greatest victory ever won by mortal man.
The news was telegraphed from Sandusky city, on
Tuesday evening, and we immediately charter
ed the steamboat Islander for three, per
haps four trips. "All aboard passengers free."
Nims is the sole Agent for the People's Line,
THROUGH By DAYLIGHT WITHOUT LANDING !
Having secured a Tremendaus Low Freight,
by shipping our entire line of Goods in connection
with the Old Establishment in Elyria, and by way
of Oswego, at about one half the usual
Prices paid by small dealers,
who ship by Buffalo. And having many friends to
reward and no enemies to punish, we propose
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 SO.OOO pounds all
kinds of Iron for wagons at $3 SO per hundred.
As we are the sole agents for this 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 orWb'eeling Nails,
at $4 per keg.
2,000 pounds splendid cotton yarn, warranted
one thread to hold up the bundle, at only
87i cents per bundle.
100 cases Boots and Shoes, and the whole
shall be sold on the, low pressure system.
Our stocJc of Ready-Made CLOTHING, is
probably the largest in North-western Ohio.
We have prepared our south room for the exclusive
sale of Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, and Ready
Made Clothing For the L,alics, we have a
large line of
WINTER DRESS GOODS,
And we can sell them splendid new style de Laines
at 12 cents per yard.
Real Scotch Ginghams at Is. some for less.
Plaid Prints at 4 cents ; 100 peicesat 6 cents.
and we will warrant the cloth to have been worth
more money before they ever went into the print
We cau only enumerate a small portion of our
ponderous stock, but shall be disppointed 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
customary fur people after sailing under one class
of Colors until they become old and tattered, to take
another 'tack.' In future we shall make a special
charge for all vetbatim Circulars copied from Head
- Cash Paid
FOB ALMOST EVEltY ARTICLE,
Drought to this Market by the Farmers.
Head Quarters, )
Sept. 26th, 1850. J
Stand from Under!
BOOTS AND SHOES!
,lre oh the fall!!
TOPPING & WEGSTEIX,
ARE jnst receiving a large and splendid Fall
and Winter stock of Boots and Shoes, which
Will be sold cheap for Cash!
It cousists in part of Gents, Calf, Kip and coarse
BOOTS & SHOES.
Ladies Enameled Lace and Polka Boots; Enam
eled Excelsiors and Buskins, and a great variety of
Slippers and Ties of the best style. Lasting, Mo
rocco and cjlf
LACE AND GAITER BOOTS:
Misses Enameled Lace and Polka Boots; Mo
rocco, Lasting, Gaiter, and Lace Boots; Calf and
Kip Boots. Morocco Buskins. Slippers and Ties.
Children's enameled lace, and polka boots. Mo
rocco and calf lace boots and shoes.
A general assortment of heavy Boots,
for the coming season.
Boys', Youths. and children's kip aud coarse
boots and shoes.
A general assortment of Ladies; Gents, and Mis
India Rubber Boots and Over Shoes.
At.- - I .nnU -1 r orna Win Al n a
which we would be glad to have our city and coun
try shoemakers exr.niine.
Boots and Shoes from measure.
and shoes made to order at our shop. We have
secured the services of several experienced work-
- .on.A;.lli, fns- tUit, kr-ntli rf nur KimiriBGo nnrl
anv work entrusted to us will be warranted to FIT,
ana 01 uuuu o i vviv.
SZ South Store in Tiller's block at the
sign of the big BOOT. 3
t remont ucl. d, in
' School Xotice.
THE Common Schools in Fremont, will open
for the reception of pupils on the first Monday
It is directed bv the Boaad of Education that un
til further notice the pupils attend respectively at the
same rooms attended by them at the close of the
Teachers desirous of employment will file with
the undersigned their proposals and certificates at
th earliest posible time.
By order ot the Board,
HOMER EVERETT, Sec'y.
Fremont, Sept. 21. 185028:3
THE STORE and WARE-HOUSE now occu
pied by E. N. Cook, iu Fremont. Possession
given the Ctii October next. Apply to
T ItfTlirT k VT
ix. i. jautivjUAiM.
Fremont, Sept. 21 1 j 50. 28
nr. 7) pjp,v.?
-O cheap, at S. Buck land & Go's.
Cleveland and Mauuiee Railroad Comp.
"VTOTlCEis hereby given, that at a meeting of
ll the Commissioners ot the Cleveland and Mau
mee Railroad company, held in Maumee City, on
the 4th inst., it was
Resolved, That Books of Subscription to the
capital stock of said Company, be opeued on Mon
day, the 30th September, 1850,
In Maumee City, at the olhce of Young & VVaite,
under the direction of Samuel M. Young and
In Perrysburgh, at the office of Spink & Murray,
under the direction of John C. Spink, and Benja
min F. Hollister.
In Woodville, at the Ferguson House, under the
direction of A. R. r urcruson and Chas, rowers.
In Fremont, at the office of R. P. Bucktandj un
der tho direction of R. P. Buck. and aud 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. Samuel M. Young,
Rob't A. Forsyth, Daniel F. Cook,
Wm. H. Hopkins, S. N. Beach,
R. P. Buckland, Commissioners.
September 7th, 1850 27:td
WARRANTY, Mortgage, and Quit Claim
Deeds for sale at the
JOHX P. IIAYAES & SOX'S
Circular for the Fall of 1850.
HAYNES" SECOND STOCK OF GOODS,
THE excitemont end talk being about equally di
vided between th. nbove parties, we lisve con
cluded to "compromise" by making our establish
RAIL ROAD STORE,
Of Sandusky County and Vicinity.
The unanticipated success which the Proprietors
of the above Store have met with sines opening:
having disposed of almost an
Entire stock of goods for Cash, in a few weeks!
has enabled us to purchase a
Larger, Better, and Cheaper Stock of Goods
than ever making our
Second purchase, aud
Fall and Winter Stock,
A GREATER ATTRACTION!!
than has ever before been offered in this vicinity.
And our success is the strongest argument that we
are selling Better, and Cheaper Goods, than
any other establishment in the place.
Our store is LARGE and CONVENIENT, be
ing the IVortta Store in Buckland's Brick Block,
is well lighted as our Goods do not require twi
light to sell them.
Mr. John P. Haynss, spent the month of Au
gust in the Eastern cities, and selected our goods,
Before stocks had been Culled,
and having been engaged in the Mercantile busi
ness in Sandusky county, for the past 13 years,
knew exactly what to buy for this market.
Our Stock Comprises
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardware, Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps, Muffs Tippets &c,
Crockery, . Yankee Notions,
Leather, Wall paper,
Ready Made Clothing, fec,
Iron, Nails, Glass, Salt, fcc, &c,
and 10,000 other articles, too numerous to men
tion &3T Farmers look to your interestsmf$
Money, when produce is so low should only be laid
out where you can buy your
Clothing and Groceries,
To the best advantage.
Come with y.ur wiv.s and daughters, and
EXAMINE OUR STOCK OF GOODS,
and the prices they are selling at, ,
and you will be satisfied that the ,
Rail Road Store,
is the place to buy -'Goods as is Goods,"
P. S. We would return our thanks to the peo
ple 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 srood
stock and selling good Goods cheaper than ever to
receive a continuance ol the same.
iCASH and the highest market
price paid for WHEAT, CORN,
OATS, SEEDS, &c. &c.
gDon't mistake the Place..
J. P. HAYXES & SOX.
Fremont, Sept. 1850. 12
Sandusky Count-, Ohio.
Weaving and Cloth-Dressing done in all styles
and colors, superior to any thing
in the Stale.
THE subscriber' finding that Wool had risen in
price beyond the manufactured Goods intends
to stop the manufacture of woolen goods and turn
all the hands aud 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
tnmg neretotore attempted.
llo has erected a drying house 1UU feet in length,
capable of drying 200 vards of cloth per day, besides
the out door bars. He uses 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 weaving and dressing cloth
for customers during the season. He has all the
different machines for dressing cloths
That are used in Xcw England Factories,
such as Napping, Teaseling Shearing and Brushing
Machines, which were bought in Wooster, Massa-.
chusetts, and are in the best of order. The work
men employed in his Manufactory, have served a
regular apprenticeship iu Massachusetts, and work
ed in the above business from 5 to 20 years. And,
with his early and long experience m the manufac
turing business, and by strict personal attention to
the same, hopes to receive a liberal share of the
He has the FRENCH METHOD of Col
oring and uses no Copperas or Vitriol,
htoteing the same to be injurious to the cloth.
He will warrant all of his work,
both as to manufacture, colors and finish.
Prices per yard for fiuishing Cloths Is 6d; Cas-
simersl8 6d; Flannels Is; Satinetts 14c; Linseys
Is; to full 5c.
Prices for weaving on Power Loom Cloths five
quarters wide 8c; Cassimers five quarters wide 10c;
Flannels tour quarters wide ic.
Prices per vard for weaving and finding Chain
Satinetts 15c; Linseys Is.
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 persons at the places mentioned,
to receive yarns and cloth, and deliver the sume
when returned. All yarns and cloth leil with these
persons will be taken aud returned every two weeks
throughout the season;
O. L. Nims, Head Quarters, Fremont
Baker's Store Castalia.
Chapman & Harkness, Bellevue.
Shoemaker & Osden, Republic.
Silas D. Boalt, Mexico.
M. Brackley, McCutchensville.
J. Swagart fc Co., Oregon.
Parker & Shawan, Carey.
Adam Battelfeld, Springville.
C. W. Foster & Son, Rome.
E. W. Thomas, Risdon.
Wm. Heller, Van Buren, more.
Arnold & Grey, Orowell & Burns, Mell-
Henry Haskins, Portageville.
W. Bradner, Millgrove.
George Bautchtell, Freeport,
J. Eaton fe Co., Rollersville.
C. Powers, Wooodville.
B. Caushan, Port Clinton.
P. C. DEAN.
Ballville, Sandusky Co. O. August 3, 185021
Sale of Real Estate by order of Court.
ON the 2lst day of October, 1S50. between the
hours prescribed by law, at the door of the
Court House in Fremont, in the comity of Sandus
ky, mid stuto of Ohio, will be sold to the highest
bidder the followiug real estate, as the property of
Daniel P. Newell, deceased, subject to the right of
dower of the widow, to wit:
The west half of the south-west quarter of sec
tion number thirty, township number five, rauue
number thirte.n, containing eighty acres more or
less. Appraised at $4uu 1 erms Lash in hand
E. HUNTINGTON, Administrator.
September 17, 185017:5
1LKS, satius, alpaccas, lawns, ginghams, &c,
uu qucuiucs auu prices at - riAXPEs.
The subscribers have just received
Decidedly the Largest and Best selection of
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET
Miscellaneous, Clasical, Medical and School
Books, among which, the following are a few:
The writings of Gen Washington, by Jared Sparks,
. 12 volumes.
Prescott's Conquest of Peru, 2 volumes;
do do Mexico, 3 vols,
do Ferdinand and Isabella, 3 vols;
do Miscellsnies, 1 vol;
Allison's History of Europe, 4 vols;
Hildreth's United States, 3 vols;
Maccauley's History of England, 2 vols;
Hallam's Works, 4 vols; Gibbon's Rome, 4 vols.
Stephens' Yucatan; Greece; Egypt 2 vols each;
Complete Works of Lorenzo Dow;
Addison's Works; Burke's do.
Josephus' Works I and 2 vols; Byron's do
oiiaKspeare s Works, 1 and x vols: '
Kollin's Hirtory " "do -
Chamber's Information for the People, 2 vols;
American Revolution 2 vols;
Marshal's Washington, 2 volumes;
Neal's Puritans, 2 vols; Life of Brant, 2 vols;
Mrs Edveworth's Works 10 vols:
Spark's American Biography, 10 vols;
Memoirs and Administrations of the Presidents;
Cooper's Naval History; Brand's Encyclopedia;
Mistorv of the Girondists: - Life of Franklin;
Mra. Bremier's Novels, complete iu one vol;
Harper's Family Library, 34 volumes:
do School District Library, 150 volumes;
do Clasical Library, 20 volumes
Swan's Treatise; Swan's Miscellany;
tv enster's Dictionary, unabridged -do
do Large, revised;
do do University edition;
do do School edition;
United States Dispensatory, late eriiton;
Eberlee'a Practice; Eberlee's Therapeutics
Smith's Hand Surgery; Watson's Practice;
SCHOOL BOOKS OF ALL KINDS.
M'Guffey's Eclectic series of Readers;
Ray's, Adams', Smith's, Davis', Dabol'a and Par
Clark's, Smith's, Well's, Burritt's and Kirkam's
Smith's, Oloney's Morse's and Parley's Geogra
phy, dec, dec.
STAT I O NAR Y.
Any quantity of Fools Cap, and Letter Paper
plain and ruled, Gilt Edged and Embossed;
Letter Envellopes, of all kiads and styles.
CALL AND SEE! At
Buckland's Brick Block.
S. BUCKIjAXB Ac CO.
Fremont, July, 1850 -17
List of Letters
T) EMAIN1NG in the Post-office at Fremont, on
11 the 1st day of October, IboU
Asbudge & Beal
Almond Thomas -Aemberth
Browa sarah Ann rars
Bromley Gaorge W
Bracker Aederman &c -firotter
Louis Miss -Bremer
Myers maryaa mrs.
minuier ft s
Miller Edwin R
Mela David m
Nightongale Rev L 2
Newoll J N
Ott Fidel -
Butts Daniel 3
jPringle John W '
Crawford J R
Cully Emilly Mrs
Dana George T
Pratt Esther t , :
Parrish John a
Dreyfus Isaac 2
Endicott John B
Remmington Geo R
Rider Jacob -Rowley
SteAenson J P 2
Sanderson Rebecca 3
Stahl Mary J B miss
Ford John P
Gardner M F
Gree J F
Garanb mra E : ..
Gross Jacob .
Gardner WHIiam B
Gebb.ow Edward '-
HulFinan sarah miss
Holmes J M
Husted mrs E C
Johnson Henryv r- '
Wool worth Chester
Wiechmann H enrich
Wellman Luke B
Lesher miss Susannah
German Lettera 5
Persons inquiring for any of the above letters will
say advertised. W. M STARK.
New Drug Store.
S. BUCKLAND & CO.:
Drugs, Paints, Oils, Dye-stuffs, Glass-ware,
Phosgene Gas and Lamps, etc, dec
THE subscribers have just opened a large stock
of the above articles, which with their former
stock completes the largest and best assortment ever
brought to r remont or vicinity
ALL OF WHICH ARE WARRANTED.
Physicians or. respectfully requested to call
and examine our articles of Drugs and Chemicals,
as we are determined that Fremont shall be thi
tows to buy Goods CHEAP.
All our merchants say they are selling Goods
CHEAPER than thev can be bought in Sandusky,
Tiffin, or any where else in these 'Diggins' aud are
Determined not to be outdone
bj them in the way of LOW prices.
ILJ" Country Dealers, will find it to their ad
vantage to buy of us any articles iu our line, as we
are sure we can save them the transportation
at least. ...
PAINTERS and MECHANICS, ..
using Paikts of any kind who wish Good Articles
can be supplied at the smallest possible advance
from cost. White Lead pure Extra, No. 1, dry
and gronnd in oil, Chrome Yellow, Chrome Green,
fans tireen, Ked L,ead, Liampblactc, litharge,
Varnish, Linseed Oil, warranted to dry Turpen
tine, &c. &. Brushes of all sizes and kinds, at
20 per cent, cheaper than ever. '
GIVE US A CALL. '.
Vo.3, Buckland's Brick Block,
K3T Sign of the Big Mortar.
Fremont, San.'uaky co. July 6, 1650 17
First Grand ir rival
OF THE SEASON!
nAV E this day received by Express lots of
PRINTS snd G1NGHANS forthe esrly Fall
Trade, and will be receiving New Goods from day
to day until they get the Old Establishment,
Loaded vp from top to bottom!
When that time arrives, they intend to bring out
SOAIE HEAVY ARTILLERY,
and give the Old and New Combination Fi,ts.
Fremont. August 21. 1850. .
NOTICE is hereby given, that the following ex
eeutorsand administrators have filed in the of'
fico of the Clerk of the court of common pleas, of
Sandusky county, their accounts current for final
settlement: Samuel Crowell and Jacob Hufford,
Ex'rs. of Levi HurTord; Charles S. faliutls, Adm'r.
of the estate of Gabriel T. Shults: George Over
mire, Adm'r. of the estate of John Blubakr: Chris
tian Duncvson. Adm'r. of fhe estate of Christian
Stibley: Joseph Garn, L,x'r. of the estate ol Unvid
Oarn: George Wales, Adm'r. of the estate of J;i
cohUlch: Michael M'Bride, Adm'r. of the estate
of Lester Allen and Chester Edgertou, Adm'r. of
the estate of Stephen U. Smith.
D. CAPPER, Dept. CPk.
Fremont, Sept. S5 1850. 29i3
SARSAPAR I LLA.WILD CHER RV
Thif valuable Medicinal preparation
from any aiinple" Extract of Saraaparilfa " or common
purifying Medicine. It ia a compound of many of the
MOST CLEANSING MEDICINES,
With others acting directly an ttu Kidneys, or having im
mediate reference to the relief and continued healthy ope- :
ration of oonve Internal .organs. It contain article -which
enter into no other preparation in eiisience, and
IT IS UNRIVALLED -In
purifying and refreshing effects, by auy Medicine in. ;
the world, it i put up
IN LARGE BOTTLES,
I very pltaant to the taste, and is more concentrate,
STRONGER, BETTER AND CHEAPER
Than ny ttfAer in mesrket. Person who have taken ''
"Snreapariliaa" by the gallon without relief, bavebeA '
radically curtdt by wing two or three bottles.
Thi is the only Compound in which HariaparHla, Wild '-"
Cherry and Dandelion are o prepared, to oiler tlte pecu
liar virtue of each, in combiuatton with pare Eztrneta
of other healing article in a highly concuutraied siate. .
Iu ingredient are . -
PURELY VEGETABLE, "
And are such roots and barks an are found though efrfeffy
aifeeting certain parts in their general tendency to prr -tlucc
the most dtnsing end keeUing effticts.
IT IS IMPOSSIBLE
to cure many diseases. Dropsies, Kidney Com pi a lots, 4k. -draw
off Watery Humor from the Blood, or corrupt an4
irritating accretion of diseased organs from th body, "
without the thorough ofkratio oh ths Kidney, a .
caused by this Medicine. No other extract even prsUndm
to this effect. In fact this very operation for which K im
particularly compounded, dilTers from all other preparar
lions, and makes it best compound in ozxstena. ' . :
- IN ALL CASES OF DROPSY. -U
this medicine, ft will relieve. It km cured when,
life itself woe despaired of. tt contain article that mitt
curs if anything can, and takes the only method to make -permanent
cares. This Remedy
PURIFIES AND DRIVES OUT ...
All impure and grot humors, not only by working direct
ly on the blood, but by restoring each organ to healthy
vigor, and especially increasing the action of those which
draw from the body, and lastingly remove all
IMPURE OR DISEASED FLUIDS.
All disease originating ia a depraved state of the vital'
fluids. Eruption. Ulcer, Sores. Collection of Watery
DISEASES OF THE BLOOD.
Will find this the best alterative1, and mot cleansing Mc
. dicine. far before any other in invigorating effect. It
ha worked some of the greatest cure ol' Uisease of CD
DISORDERS OF THE KIDNEYS,
Bladder, ate. A splendid diuretic Tfo extract it so good
for Weakness of the Kidneys, Weak Back, Retention or -" :
- Involuntary flow of Urine, Burning or Scalding, invoiw -lory
Emissions, or other irritability. Remember, the only
Medicine that heals these parte. In Scrofulous habit ot
fee System, Lax and weakened state,
- CONSUMPTION, COUGHS," " f .
Wasting diseases of the Lungs, Pains in the Breast, Jtc
the soothing Pectorals and bracing Toniet, heal the Lunge
Kiost kindly, and strengthen the body, while the acrid
umora that load the syutem are cleansed. The relieving
action of the Kidneys is marked in Lung disease. It is
warranted superior to any prepmratuin&wiiioa attack
ftom Exposure are certainly cured. , r .. . ,--
FEMALE COMPLAINTS, 5
For Irregular, Suppressed or painful Menstruation, Floor
Ainu, Uterine Diseases, or any derangement of the Fa-
male Frame. It never disappoints expectation- Ho corn
vtosi medicine will reach these derangement, " This Com
pound contains certain Roots, the best and only ones that
should be used. It cure the most aggravated form. -GENERAL
DEBILITY AND DECLINE "
twill refresh immediately. A few day use witi. eon-
vinee the incredulous. The appetite increased the
nerve so quiet spirit raided and mw. Pure a ad Ricb :
Blood takes the place of vitiated and corrupt. ,T. 4
USE IT IN YOUR FAMILIES.
Yoa will never be without it. It will do more goo4 andU
eure more speedily, the hundreds of petty diseases. Cold.
Bowel Complaints, Impure Blood, fcc. than any thing i
you have ever tried. Look at Certificates The Win- t
est 1 xr a nt or most delicate Fetnaie can take it with per
fect safety. - -
BEAR IT IN MIND. ,
That this is the only medicine that has ever cured the low,
wearing Ship Feveb, as attested by the oaths of soma
thirty of the cured, and you will acknowledge v -
THERE IS SOMETHING IN IT S
Where obstructions of the organ have oauscd deposit,
- ' GRAVEL, - . . , , -v.
Or Stone In the Bladder, this uredieine ha beea used '
with astonishing success. For CcrtijieeUes -of Cur,
tats or any disease, tee Pamphlet of cures.
THE WORST FORMS 1 "
Of Diseases of the STOMACH and BOWKT.S, drtfv-
nes, DYSPEPSIA, with Debility, etc. Fer Bwcl Com
plaints is can be relied on em a certain remedy. Ah0,'
wheu accumulation of bile bo caused 1 --.
BILIOUS DISEASES w
Jaundice, Ace, or when they are coming on, take thrt and
you are safe. It carries off the corrupt bile rapidly, by
the natural channels, and ease immediately, tthasettfed
Of yvtr standing as certificates testify, ft always five
satisfaction. Try it. Great Physicians-prescribe matayo
diuretics. This compound ia excellent JDandeiiou alone
is almost specific
look, for testimony; " f :
On the pages of our Pamphlet,: eohjmna of our paper.
A list of as influential names ha never been given in
support ef any Medicince. W have there indtsputobio
testimony of the certain curt of every disease we meoften.
The moot thorough investigation is requested. C ET A
PAMPHLET. Call on the certifiers or ask- theiroplnion.
and you too will use it. It will aflert you different frc
tiiy other, and we think it wilt do yon more good.
Old Established Remedy
Is now put tip in the
LARGEST SIZED BOTTLES!
And ia acknowledged to be the
- made as is certified by th
tt ha performed. The original copies of which an ia the
- possession of the proprietor.
" ' - That BaisToi. is the aly .
TRUE &. ORIGINAL ARTICLE
i And i nowrogM before the public in a
- rjinn earer otTfeied by any vender.
Tire proprietor w deterr.iined that the mon aspL-riTifl'
it has acquired for t lie last 15 year shall be maintained,
no matter at what sacrifice.
Purchasers must lie caefnl, if they wish the FUI8
EXTRACT of Snrsnparilia, to call for "Bristol's Original
Sanwrmrilla,1 in Die largest sited bottles evar oflered, at
One Dollar per bottle.
New York General Depot, 34 CortlantH-SL
Buffalo Depot, 226 Main Street.
itT Orders addressed Ww. Bcrwe, New-York, or C1
Bristol, Buffalo, wiH meet with prompt attention,
STEPH. BUCKLAND, & &0 Agents,
"-.- , :-f For SandusKj-county.
Vtn. Whipp, Bellevue,
T. Daniels, Toledo,
Hamilton & MeCentory, Repsrblic,
McCulloch & Thorp, Sandusky,
F. H Boyer, Tiffin. . ,
Juno II, '49. I7:Iy
MONTEREY HOUSE :
WOODVILLE, OHIO; ,
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BENJAMIN MEEKER. 8
ROSE Hair Oil, Ox Marrow,
Bear's Oil . Maocassar Oil, ,
Bandoline Fixatrice, Philocomb,
OlrpaTn nf Roses and Lilv's. ' 4
Cologne, Rose and Lavendar Water, &c, dec.
. , ; uat received, at JJucklasd a.
LANK BOOKN full bound LexersJournals.
Dockets, Cash and Invoice books, at