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MeAlistcr's All-Healing Ointment. I
It n not often that we allow ourxelvea to (peak in
praise of any uf the patent medicates of the dor, bat
owing to the many testimonials of praise that we
hear daily concerning McAlister'a All Healing
Ointment, we must needs say Hint for ourselves we
have never seed or seen a medicine as in name so
applicable i a this medicine, ll is indeed trnly as
tonishing to see what virtue is imported in so simple
yet powerful a remedy. For burns, bruises, scalds
II diseases of the skin, and inflammations we be
lii ve it has uo equal. Call and get a pamphlet in
the hands of agents.
- FREMONT PRICE CURRENT.
Vheat per bushel. .... ......
Floor per barrel
Corn per bushel. ............
Osts per bushel.
flutter per pound
Eggs per doxen...
Cheese per poond.
Kird per pound...
Suit per barrell.....
Hides per pound....
Flaxseed per bushel........
Timothy seed per bu
Clover seed per bo..
Pork per barrell....
flams smoked per, pound
Beans per bushel
l'otittoes per boshel
Ouions per bushel
Beeswax per pound
Tallow per pound....
SUvcs Pipes per M
Hhd per M
Bbl per M
(llackwalnnt Lumber per M..
4 a 8
Hail Road Store.
MEW OODM.35 XE-iV.GOODSJ
SECOND ARRIVAL OF
Fall; and Winter
At the llailroatl Store!
John P. Haynes & Son,
Dealers in every variety of
FANCT A.D STAPLE DRV GOODS!
Boats and Shoes, Has and Cops, Ready
Clothing. Hardware. Crockery, Nails, Glass,
Leather, Stoneware, &e. &.e.
-We lYili not be Undersold,'
- JS OUR MOTTO!
We have iost receives our third stock of Guods
for the trade of 1650, pdrchaeed at the close of the
liusiuess season, in New York city when jobbers,
in avoid wintering goods, were selling them at
manufacturers' prices, and were consequently Dot'
lower thau the arly purchases which will enable
at to.oner you
Dry Goods, Clothing. Boots & SUocs
Hats nnd Caps, &c, at greatly n eoced piices We
need not enter into n irgomeni m roormtr
afA -lliuir cheaner than other estnblish-
nH-wt, for tho fact that we huve sold Two Lrk
.Stocks since June. 1850, n coormnug proot Unit
are are sel inr Good Goods, aud selling them low
caliaso be coxvixced.
To the Ladies!
Finding Ladies Gooos,ch as ShiwU, Alpac-
' M : I- I fl Print. Ar.n .
Cll nrri"w, m L "l -... 1 ' "
&c , Jvery low, we purchased a large assortment,
. : i- U.-.II aull r ; .i'T rM lower than
the same articles can be sold by lhi.se who bought
Ginghams 12J cents per yard: belter than
ever beloro otlrrea i mis maraei ir ioai putt:
, it ''cuta Fm.iief.. Kroteb. llrochn.
Cats-mere, and'Bbck Si k Shawls, which weoflVr
Ml great bargains.
Print!!, the iest snd cheapest assortment ever
... . . : 1 1 : J .11 r..i
nVrrd from fcj oenia io one m i!,
colors. If you waul a dress, be sure and call at
Ilaruee' belore Buying.
TO THE GENTELMEN.
. If von wish to save twenty per c-nl in buying
vonr Clothing, Boots and Shoe, Mats and v.aps,
and have a fresh and belter assortment to choose
Cram than ever before offered you, call at tlie
"SAIL ROAD STORE?'
.W iTiiii are ill want of any kind of Groceries,
Muslin.' Leather, Nails, Glass, or Stoneware, come
and look at onr stock before baying.
And with the determination to spare no pains to
ejre entire satisfaction, both to our tut age ana
coa airy trade, we cannot fail to -continue to hear it
JE3BC "aT 3SaT 9
is 1T place to buy "Goods as is Goods,"
C h e a p.
Remember the place North Store, Bnckland's
Brick Block, and the Motto, "Wo will not be Un
lrsold." r. . wanien in escnnng iur v.
10,000 bushels Wheat, Oats, Corn. Rye, Barley,
. : l IT1..... VI.,. ....4 Hide. Sheen PeltS.
CKV u i ic vt i " . '
Coon skins. While Beaus, Rigs, &b.
Nov. 23, 1850. -
Agency of Dr. S. S. Fitch,
707 Broadway New York.
--nTj ell r 'II;. Pt-nt .?,lri-r Plated Abdom
J inal Supporter, Patent steel spring shoulder
brace, Silver lnhaliog 1 uoe, ana i,eciure5oii vou-
Also his Celebrated Medicines as prepared and
used by him, witn or wiinoui me insiruiueuia, iu
the treatment of
Pulnionary Consumption, Astlima,
Heart Disease, Rheunintism,
Scrofula, , Piles, Prolapsus,
Debility, Female Compltiints,
Spinal Weekness, Coughs, Colds, Catnrl),
and all similar diseases.
The instruments are the best of their kind and
warranted against all defect. The medicines are
carefully prepared by Dr. Fitch, and all, whether
used together or each article separately, will bear
comparison with, and be found
Superior to any similar article,
being made for use and not merely for sale.
Full directions in
' DR. FITCH'S GUIDE TO INVALIDS,
which is given awav, a valuable treatise of 48 pag
es. AH t be had of the onlv duly authorized
agent for Bellevoe, J. W. Goodson; Tiffin, Geo.
Ecbcrt- For sale in Fremont, by
STEPII. BUCKLAND & CO.
June 8, 1850 12-ly
BY late Law, Congress has granted Bounty
Lands to all officers and privates whoseived in
the War of 1812, Florida and Mexican Wars, and
Indian Wars since 1790, according to their term of
service, or their widows or heirs in rase of death.
The subscriber is in possession of all necessary
papers and information requisite to obtain these war
rants, and tenders his servires for this business.
C. EDGERTON, Atfy at Law.
Fremont, Oct. 19, IP50 3 :ff
THE public are cautioned against, and requested
net to purchase promieory Note, executed oi
Lyman Ames, by Victory Haight and Henry Wey
roogh, amounting to Eighty dollars, payable three
months after date, and bearing date, Octobri 23rd,
1850, as aid Note was obtained by improper means,
and no nalue has been received for said Note, for
wbicb reason its payment will be contested.
October 31st, 1850.
To Former Compatriots in Arms.
llij Brother Officer and Soldier :
No more let Patriots declare.
That, 'Republic's unirrateful arc,'
For you and I, who fought and bled
And for the JJeirs 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 tendered 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 Zand
I am vour servant to commnnd.
True as the needle to the pole
bo true you II hnd
LAM) AUKJVl. UiiLV.L.Lfc
Fremont, Oct 19. 1850.
Large Bottles Only One Dollar.
The Proprietor of the Great American Remedy,
V AITQHN H VBGETAI. LlTHONTMIPTIC MlXTURB,"
induced bv the urgent -olicitaiione ot hie Agents, through
out the Uaitcd Scales and Canada, has now
Bednced the Price
or his popular and well known article ; and from this date,
henceforth, h will put up but oue aiie only, his quart
buuKf : the retail price will be
The public may rest assured that the character of the
Medicine, iis strength, and curative properties will
main CNCHANGED,and the same care will be bestowed in
prei taring it as heretofore.
As this medicine, under its reduced price, wdl be pur
chaed by those who have not hitherto made themselves
acquainted with its virtue, the proprietor would beg to
intimate that his article i not tube classed with the vast
amount of " Remedies ot the day ;" it claims lor itself a
f renter healing potrer, in all dsuw, than any other
jirejtaratiutt note before the world ; and has sustained iieelf
lor eight years by us superior medical virtues, and, until
this reduction, commanded double the price of any other
article in this line.
Nones Particularly, this article acts with great heal
ing power and certainty, upon the
Blood. Liver. Sidney, Lungs,
and all othor organs, upon the proper action of which li.'s
ml health depend.
This medicine has a justly high repute as a remedy for
Dropsy and Gravel,
and all dieses of that nature. It may be relied upon when
the in:ellirent phvsician has abandoned his patient, and
ktrtheoe distressing diseases, more especially DRovsr, the
proprietor would earnestly ami honestly recommend it. At
its present price i. is easily obtained by all, and the trial
will prove tlie article to be the
Cheapest Medicine in the "World!
nxr Please ask for pamphlets the agents give them
awav; they contain ov? sixteen pages of receipts, (in
addition lo'full medical matter.) valuable for household
purposes, and which will save many dollars per year to
These receipts are introduced to mate the book of great
value, aside from its character as an advertising medium
for the medicine, the testimony in favor of which, in the
form of letters from all parts of the country, may be relied
(EST " Vaushn's Vegetable I.ithontriptte Mixire" the
Great American Reniedv, now lor sale in quart bottles at
I each, smail bottles at 50 cts. each. No small bottles
will be issued after the present stock is disposed of.
Principal Office, Buffalo, N. Y., '-Atf Ma Street
G. C. Vaushn.
Sold Wholesale and Retail bv OLCOTT McKLSSON as
CO.. 127 Maiden Lane, New York City.
X B.AH letters (excepting from agents and dealers
with whom he transacts business) must be post paid, or no
attention will be given to them,
S. BUCKLAND, & CO., Fremont;
Charles Powers, Woodvtlle,
V. Avers, Upper Sanduky
Jos. E. Fouke, Li I tie Sandusky,
R. Perry, McCntcliPtisville.
G V. "Patterson, aom
1. I. SiJohn &. Co., Tiffin city,
D. VV, Armstrong, Bellvue.
Zeigler & Snook, Fort Seneca.
Wm. Fisk & Co., Cleveland,
WholeSale and Retail.
Fremont, Nov 23, 1850 lv
XTOTICE is herMiv oiven that a petition will he
Xt presented to the Commis-sinners of Sandusky
county, at their next session, prayingr for the loca
tion and openineof a new mad hs follows: Commencing-
nt tha nortli-ea;t corner of section No. oO,
Jacksou township, runuiiifr (hence south nearly two
miles, to Jesee Mowry s land, then making an an
gle to ilie right, (twenty rods more or less) to inter
sect thecotintv line. 32:4
1 11H E Board of School Examiners, for this Coon
I tr. will assemble, on Saturday, Oct. I9th at
the Sc'iool Room of F. S. White, in the basement
of the Methodist Church, at 3 o'clock, P. M The
sessions of the Board will be held at the same plnee
on sncesiv Saturdays, nt the hour mentioned
above, for eight week?. Bv order nf the Board.
F.'S. WHITE, Clerk.
Fremont, October 13, 165031:8
BARRELS Common, Wileh si1 Fine Grar
Plaster, just received, and for sale by
. S. BUCKLAND & CO.
Fremont. October 19. 1(50.
JXIiW STOCK! KEW PKICJES!!
WOULD irform the public that he has resumed
his business at his old stand, on Croghan St.,
and having had the oportunity of seeing aud getting
All the Latest Fashions from East and West,
and having brought on an assortment of the
FINEST WOODS, VENEEIUKGS, AC,
he is prepared to furnish his old customers, and as
many new ones as can crowd into bis ware rooms;,
with tit most splendid lot of
Itlahogonj, Rosewood and BlacKwalnut
MT J R X T U IK 15 ,
Of every hind from the Cradle to tlie Coffin.
As to prices, he is determined
NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD.
He is bold to s.iv thai he cm oflVr vmi UETTER
BARGAIN'S and BETTER WORK than yoo can
get west of Buff tl: he ha on I- and, and is making
All kind of BEDSTEADS,
on New and Improved Plans;
such as Lewis' Patent, Fowler's Pe.tent, &c, fcc.
Do not fail to give him a cull.
(LT He has pot up a good Hearse, aad will attend
funerals in town or country.
Fremont, August 10, 1850.
SEr.r.cT School, will be opened iu Fremont by
Rev. F. S. White, on
Monday, October 15th.
The Terms &c. will be made known on application
to him. He wilt give special attention to those who
wish fo prepare themselves for teaching. Scholars
from shroatl 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
respects be at least equal to those of any other
school and in some respects superior, on account of
the limited nnmber or scho'srs.
Fremont, Oct. 5, 185030:2
NOTICE is herehy given that the co-partuerehip
heretofore existing under the firm of Roberts,
Hubbard & Co., is this day dissolved. All ac
counts of the company will be settled by Tease &
Koberts. U. A. KUBt.K is,
F. B. HUBBARD,
Sept 19, "5030:3 J. R. PEASE.
GEORGE VA2TD OBEX'S ESTATE.
"TOTICE is herehy given that the subscriber has
i. 1 been appointed and qualified as administrator
on the estate of George Vun Doren, late of Sandus-
gv coonlr, Uhio. u tuutKiun.
" Fremont, Sept. 27, 185030:3
ALL those knowing themselves indebted to the
estate of Samuel Ryder, either bv note or book
account, will do well bv calling and settling imme
diately, and you will save costs, if not. costs will be
made. For further particulars call at Esq. Greene's
office. RACHEL RYDER. Adin'rx.
Oct5 30:3 By JOHN RYDER, Ag't.
"Totice The Stockholders of the Fremont, Green
L 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
pa:d tc Ezra Stoner, treasurer of said Company, at
Green Springs Mills, on or before the lOlhdayof
By order of the Board of Directors.
R. iSMITH, Pres.
S. H. Smith, Sec.
October I, 1850. 30
SPERM and Lamp Oil A first rate article for
ale at S. Bucklakd & Co's.
V7HT SO OFTEN UNHAPPY.
THE CAUSES AND THE REMEDY!
Mast and many a wife endures years of bodily
raffcring snd of mental anguish, prostrate and help
less, embittering her life, that of uer husband, and
nasarding the future welfare of her children, arising
from causes which, if saotra, would have spared tlie
coffering, the anguish to the wife, and to the bus
band embarrassments and pecuniary difficulties hsv
ing their origin iu the mind being weighed down and
harassed in consequence of the sickness of the com
panion of his bosom.
How important that the canses should be known
to every wife, to every husband, that the dreadful
nd harrowing consequences to the health and hap
piness of both nisy be svniiled ! Life is too short snd
heak?t too precious to admtt any portion of tlie one to
be spent without the fall enjoyment of tlie other.
Tbe timely possession of a little work entitled as
Ibllowi has been the means of saving tlie health and
the life of thousands, ss over
TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND
copies have been sold since tlie Grst edition was is
sued. The author Ins been induced to sdvertise it by
tlie urgent snd pressing request of those who have
been indebted to its publication for all they hold dear
'that all may have an opportunity of obtaining it), aud
who have favored him with thousands of letters of
encomium, some of which are annexed to the adver
tisement. THE MARRIED WOMAN'S
Private Medical Companion.
BY DR. A. M. MAURICBAU,
raoressoa or diseases or women.
Twentieth Edition. 18ma, pp 250. Vice, 00.
THIS WORK IS INTENDED ESPECIAL.
LY FOR THE MARRIED, or those contempla
ting tnnrringa, as it discloses impnrtRnt secrets which
JiouM be known to them particularly.
Here every female tlie wife, live mother the
one either budding into womanhood, or the one in
tlie decline of years, in whom nature contemplates
an important clmnee can discover the causes, symp
toms, and the moat efficient remedies and most cer
tain mode of care, in every complaint to which her
aex i subject.
The revelations contained in its pages have proved
a bltssiiif to thousands, as the innumerable letters
received by the author (which he is permitted by tlie
writers to publish) will attest.
SICKLY AND UNHAPPY" WIVES.
Extract nf a Letter from a Gentleman in Dayton, O.
Dayton, May 1, 1847.
Dr. A. M. MAumcrAO My Dear Sin 'The
Married Woman's Private Medical Companion.' for
which I enclosed one dollar to your address, came
safely to band. I would not have troubled yoa with
these few lines, but thai I am impelled by s sense
of gratitude, r myself and wife, to give utterance
to our sincere and heartfelt emotions.
My wife has been perceptibly sinking for some
throe years or more, in consequence of her great an
guish and suffering some months before and daring
conlinemcnt; every saccesaive one more and more
debilitated aud prostrated her, putting her life in im
minent danger, and which was, on the last occasion,
despaired o I supposed that this state of things was
inevitable, and resigned myself to meet tbe worst.
At this time (now aboat two months) 1 heard yoar
book hitihly spoken of. as containing some matters
reaching my case. On its receipt and perusal, I cod
not express to yoo tbe relief it afforded, my distressed
mind and the joy its pages imparted to my wife, on
learning that the grest discovery of M. M. Dew
raeaux provided a remedy. It opened a prospect to
me which I little conceived was possible. No pecu
niary consideration can ever repay the obligations I
am under to vou for having been the means of im
parting to us'the matters contained in The Married
Worn a us Private Medical Companion. But for
this, ere another year would have passed over my
head, in all human probability my wife would hav
been in her crave, and my children left motherless.'
Extract from a tetter.
Competence and Health,
u Lancaster, Pa., Oct. 21, 1947.
"Mr Dear Sin: I know yoa will have the kind
ness to bear with me in encroaching upon yonr time,
while I acknowledge (in behalf of myself and wife)
tle obligations we feel ourselves under to yon in bav
uig made known certain matters, contained in yonr
most invaluable 'Married Woman's Private Medical
Companion It has beeu -n orth it weight in gold
to me. If I express myself rather warmly, vou will
see that I can not do so too warmly, when inform
yoa of the extent to which I have, through it, been
bene li ted, I will state my situation when I obtained
vonr book through the merest cariosity 1 look upon
tt as nnn of the most fortunate events of my life. I
had been married some ten years, and was the father
of seven children. I was long struggling unceasingly,
to the end that I might gain a moderate competency,
bat the results of my utmost exertions at the end left
me about where I was at the beginning of each year;
and that only, with the most Minted economy, suffi
cing with barely the necessaries of life. Finally, this
constant effort was beginning to have its effect upon
my health : I felt less capable to endure its continu
ance, while I felt tlie necessity of perseverance.
" This constant, unceasing atru?g le on my part was
imperative, in consequence of the prostrated condi
tion of ray wife with occasional intermission) for six
years, much of the time confined to her bed, and of
course incapable of taking the charge and manage
ment of household affairs. Her condition arose from
causes of which I was ignorant Oh! what would
I have given had 1 the six years to live over again !
What would my wife have given to have been spared
the kmg days and still longer nights prostrate on a
bed of sickness ! all of which would have been
avoided, had 1 then seen a copy of 4 The Makiukd
Wuhan's Private Medical Companion."
From a Phyicieian.
OBSTRUCTIONS, IRREGULARITIES, &C.
How many are suffering from obstruction or irreg
ularities peculiar to the female system, which un
dermine their health, the effects of which they are
ignorant, and for which their delicacy forbids seeking
medical advice ! How many suiler from proapsv
uteri (falling of tlie womb), or from jluor-albn ( weak
ness, debility, 5cc, Ac ) ! How many arc in constant
agony for many months preceding confinement ! How
many have ditiicult if not dan serous deliveries, and
whose lives are jeoparded during such time, will Hnd
in ita pages the means of prevention, amelioration,
Extract from a Lrfter.
To Ibose just Married. "Had I known J"
Philadelphia, Nov. 29, 1847.
"Dr. A. M. MaL'Kickau : Had 1 known of die im
portant matters treated of in The Married Woman's
Private Medical Companion Rome years ago. how
much mipery I mieht have escaped ! 1 have suffered
years from causes which you point out in your book,
wrthoot knowing what to do. 1 olitained a copy, and
found my caae treated of. I (rust every female wil
awl lterself of the information coutaiued in its pages."
Letters are daily received of this character, unne
cessary to present.
To those vet unmarried, but contemplating mar
riage, or perhaps hesitating as to the propriety c.f
incurring the responsibilities attendant upon it, the
importance of being possessed of the revelations con
tained in these pages, so intimately involving their
future happiness, ran not be appreciated.
It is, of coarse, impracticable to convej' more fully
the various subjects treated of, as they are of a na
ture strictly intended for the married, or those con
templating marriage ; neither ia it necessary, since
it is every one's duly to become possessed ot knowl
edge whereby the sufferings to which a wife, a moth
er, or a sister, may be subject, can be obviated.
13ST Copies will be sent by Mull free of Postage
to the Purchaser.
On the receipt of One Dollar. " THE MAR
RIED WOMAN'S PRIVATtt MKD1CAL COM
PANION" is sent (mailed free to any part of the
United States. All letters must be post-paid (except
those containing a remittance), and addressed to Dr.
A- M. MAURICE AU, Box 1224, New York City.
Publishing Office, No. 129 Liberty st. New Tfork.-
Over 20,000 Copies have been sent by MAIL
within three mouths with perfect safety and cer
tainty Booksellers and agents engaged in its
sale, are mating handsome competencies
from the ready and extraordinary demand
for it, and the extremely liberal terms of
Active local or traveling Agents, thro'
out the United States and Canadas, will
be supplied on the same terms. Commu
nications are required to be yost-jiaid and
addressed as above.
CAUTION. The public are cau
tioned against various catch-pennies inten
ded to be palmed off upon them, imitating
the title of the work as "The Married Za
dies Medical Companion," and various oth
er titles. The title of the work is "The
Married WOATAtfS9 Private Medical
Companion' by Dr. A. M. Mauriceau.
THE subscriber offers the following
tract of Land at private sale at a BAR
GAIN, described as follows, to wit:
The south-east quarter of the north
east quarter of section No. thirty-six, in townrliip
No. five, north of range No. fourteen, in Sandusky
comity, containing forty acres.
1 Ins land is about three and a Halt miles west of
Fremont, in Washington township, and is excel
lently situated and calculated for farming purposes.
Persons wishing to purchase will enquire of the
Editor of the Freeman, or address the subscriber at
Hageralown, Washington conntv, Maryland, post
paid. GEORGE DE1HL.
1 remont, July JJ, ibjv jo
Bulletin No. 1.
GLORIOUS NEWS FROM
The Returns are all in, and
IS declared elected. The msjorily for Head Quar
ters will range from
150 to 200 Ions of the most splendid
varieiv of (Joods that were ever wafted up tlie San
dusky River. After so close a contest, thisip prob
ably the greatest victory ever won hy mortal man.
The news was telegraphed from .Sandusky city, on
1 uesdity evening, and we immediately cliarti-r-ed
th5 steamboat Islander for three, per
haps four trips. "All aboard passengers free."
Xims is the sole Agent for the People's Line,
THROUGH BV DAYLIGHT WITHOUT LANDING !
Having secured a Tremondaus Low Freight,
by shipping our entire line of Goods in connection
with the Old FKtthliEhin,iit in Flvrlu ...rl k.
of Oswego, at about one half the usiul
Prices paid by small dealers,
who ship hy 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 iuto
On the 28(h day of September,
We shall commence selling SO OOO pounds all
kinds of Iron for wagons at $3 50 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 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 Norlh-weslern Ohio. "
We have prepared our south room for (he exclusive
sile of Hats, Caps. Boots and Shoes, and Ready
Mnde Clothing Fof the Ijartics, we have a
large line of
WINTER DRESS GOODS,
And we can sell them splendid new st)le de Lainep
at 12i cents per yard.
Real Scotch Ginghams at Is. some for less.
Plaid Prints at 4 cents; 10 peicesat 6 cents,
and we will warrant the cloth to have been worth
more money before they ever went into the print
We ran only enumerate a mall portion of our
ponderou slock, but shall be disppoiuted 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 apes and sec lions of the country, it has been
rnstomary for people after sailing under one class
of Colors until thev become-old and tattered, to take
another Mack.' In future we shitll make a special
charge for all velbatiin Circulars copied Trom Head
C nah Paid
TOR Ali MOST EVERT ARTICLE,
Brought to this Market hy the Farmers.
Sept. 26th, 1850.
Stand from Under!
BOOTS Am SHOES!
.fire on the Fall!!
TOPPIjVG & WEGSTEIN.
ARE just receiving n large and splendid Fall
and Winter stock of Boots and Shoes, which
Will be sold cheap for Cash!
It consists in part of Gents, Calf. Kip nnd coarse
BOOTS & SHOES.
L:rires Enameled Lace and Polka Boots: Enam
eled Excelsiors and Buskins, aud a great variety of
suppers and l tea oi the best style, lasting, Mo
rocco and cilf
LACE AND GAITER BOOTS.
Misses Enameled Lace and Polka Boots; Mo
rocco, Lasiiiifr, Gailer. and Lace Boots; Calf and
Kip Boots. Murucco Buekins, Slippers and Ties.
Children's enameled, luce, and potka boots, Mo
rocco aud calf lace boots and shoes.
A general assortment of heavy Boots,
'or the coming season.
Boys', Youths,' and children's kip aud coarse
boots aud shoes.
A eneral assortnieut of Ladies; Gents, and Mis
India Rubber Boots and Over Shoes,
Also, a large stock of Leather and shoe Findings,
uhich we would be glad to have our city aud coun
try shoemakers ext. mine.
Boots and Shoes from measure
Our town and country customers can have boots
and shoes made to order at onr shop. We have
secured the services of several experienced work
men, especially for this branch of our business, and
any work entrusted to us will be warranted to FIT,
and of GOOD STOCK.
3T South Store in Tyler's block at the
imq-n of the big BOOT
Fremont Oct. 5, 15
Fall and Winter Goods!!!
It is now universally admitted that
STORE is the place to buy Good and cheap
Goods aud as he hns opened one of the largest
stocks brought lo this market, he would say to his
old customers, and all who make Fremont a trad
ing place, to call and examine, bearing in mind that
no establishment in the
STATE OF OHIO!!
shnll undersell him ill any one article. His stock
consists in part of
Plain and fancv Alipaco, Thihnt cloth-, Muslin de
Lain, Cas-hmeres, Ginghams, 511 pieces of calicoes
warranted fast colors. Broad i lmh, Cas.nmeres,
Satlinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, Bed Ticking Flannels,
bleached aud brown Sheeting, Cotton yarns & bats.
Of every description.
Boots sitid Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
Sole and Upper leather, Paints and Oils, Dye stuff.
IRON, NAILS AND GLASS, d-c, dc
In short, he would sav that his assortment ia
complete, and that he is prepared to give those who
will favor him with a call a grand bellent.
All kinds of produce taken in exchange inrgnous.
1 I T.' '1 ' 'I'
Fremont, Oct. 26, 1650.
TIlE 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
he undersigned their proposals and certificates at
lh earliest posible time.
Bv order of the Board,
HOMER EVERETT, Sec'v.
Fremont, Sept. 21. It50 28:3
CARPENTERS can find Hand-saws, Draw
knives, steel Squares, try Squares, plane irons,
Nail Hammers, Hatchets, &c. of the best quality at
Haynes' Chkap store.
. . . v gt zais: wc2 ana
To the Tax Payers of Sandusky County.
TREAsritER's Office, )
Fremont, August 28, 1 850. j
THE tax payers of said county, will take notice,
that the following taxes hare" beeu levied there
in forthe year 1850, to wit: for state purposes 3.20
mills on the dollar; for county $4000; for county
debt $3000; for echoul $1000;" for conntv iiifimarv
$1500; and for interest $500; amounting lo 4.30
mills on the dollar.
There has beeu levied for road purposes the fol
lowingratestowit: ork township 1.25 hundredths;
Townsend I 40 hundredths; Gresn Creek 1.33;
Riley 2: Bullrille 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 the dollar.
For township purposes in York 0.25 hundredths
Townsend It. aa humlreillhs; lireen Urei k 11.75
hundredths; UileyO 50 hundredths; SanduskyO.25
hundredths; Jackson 0.30 hundredths; Scutt 0. 25
In Ballville Township there i an extra levy fur
school purposes of 0.70 hundredths, and in Rice
township for same purposes 2 mills on ihe dollar
There has also been levied the following special
taxes lo wil: for Woodville and Rollersv lie Free
Turnpike 3 mills on the dollar valuation of all Lino's
within the legal limits of said road. Forcorporatinn
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 No. 2 Scoit townfhip. 1 mill;
No 8 Townsend 1: Fractional District 8 Ballville,
Whashinglou, &c. 1 mill; No. 6 Townsend I 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 ) mill; No. 12 Ball
ville 1 mill; No. 8 Madison 1 mill; No. 2 Wood
ville 1 mill; No. 5 Woodville 1 mill: No. fl 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. I York 1 mill: No. ?. Snndnskv I
mill; No. 3 Scott 1 mill; No. 2 Bullville 1 mill: No
11 Ballville 2 mills; No 2 Rico 1 mill: No 3 Town
send 1 mill; No. 7 Madison I mill; Tract 7 Madi
son and Woodville 1 mill; Tract No 13 BaHvilc&
Green Creek 1 .-J5 hundredths; Tract No. - Madi
son and Scott 1 mill. Mnking Ihe rates nf taxation
(excepting the special taxes, above mentioned) ill
the several townships as follows to wit;
CO n f8 Krfl H
Sandusky.. . .
Washington. . .
9. - 5
3.201 4 30
3. 20 1 4.30 I.33 0.
2.50 Q.25j0Hj 12.00
The subscriber will attend at hisofHce in Fremont
until Ihe 20th of December next for the purpose of
receiving taees, after which day the duplicates will
pass into the hands of deputy collectors, when pen
alty and mileage will be charged on all taxes that
Tax payers will also take notice that no bank
noUs except those of thisstste chartered under the
new banking law will be received for taxes.
O. McIN TYRE,
27 Rreapurer of Sandusky County.
Since lite Great Explosion and
MSlotv up at Head Quarters!
J. S. OLMSTED,
Has been to N. York City,
AND PURCHASED A LARGE STOCK
Of New Goods,
And is now prepared lo supply all the former
customers of Head Quarters, in addition
to his old friends and patrons who
by their patronage rendered
Celebrated throughout SandusliV county,
as the most favorable place to buy their Goods.
HE WILL STILL CONTINUE
At bis Old Stand on tbe Turnpike,
Opposite Whylcr's Tavern.
In his assortment will be found
B BLACK, Brown. Blue and Mixed cloth, black,
mixed and fancy cassimeres, bine, black, and
mixed satinetts, Kentucky jeans and tweeds cloth,
red, white and Yellow flannels, red and blue plaid
cloaking, gimps, fringes, calicoes, gimghams, al
paccas, and lawn cloths, shawls and dress hand
kerchiefs, and the most fashionable fancy dress
goods for the ladies that the New York market can
alford. Bleached and brown
Shirtings, Canton Flannels,
Ribbons, Black Silk for Dresses,
Sewing Silk, Checks, Testings,
Twist ifc thread, Comforters,
Cohoe's Shirts and Drawers,
Cotton Yarn, Carpet Warp,
Cqrpeting, and almost every description of
Ury Ooods that are kept in the Western Country.
Tea, cofTVe, sugar, pepper, spice, ginger, nutmeg?,
cloves, cinnamon, starch, salteralus,
madder, indigo, alum, &c.
Cros-cut, mill, hand aud wood-saws; cross-cut,
mill, and hand-saw files; Sweed'd iron,
flat and round bars; cut and wro't
nails; band & hoop iron;
cast, spring, &
American steel; Ames'
shovels, hay and tnanur forks;
nail rods; White's Simmons' and Collins'
cast steel Hxes; besides an extensive assortment of
SHELF HARD-WARE, such as,
Pocket-knives, table knives and forks, butts and
screws; dooi hangings and trimmings, &c, &c.
Boots and Shoes,
a very great variety and warranted waterproof.
HATS & CAPS, A GOOD ASSORTMENT.
Sole and Upper Leather, dc; all of the
above articles will be sold cheap for Cash, or ex
changed for Wheat, Corn, Oals, live, Timothy,
Cloveror Fax-seeds, Hides, Sheep pelts, Butter,
Lard, Eggs, Tallow and Wax.
SST Don't let those Shylocks around where
the large flags hangout, 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, nnd Olmsted is
there himself, to supply his friends.
Fremont, October 5, 1350
AGLEY'S Gold Pens aud Pencils for sle
cheap, at S. Bdcxi.akd & Co's.
WARRANTY, Mortgage, and Quit Clai
Deeds for sale at the
MONTEREY HOUSE :
BEXJiMIN MEEKEtt. f
P E RF U ME R Y !
ROSE Hair Oil, Ox Marrow,
Bear!s Oil Maccassar Oil,
Bandoline Fixatrice, Philocomb,
Cream of Roses and Lilys,
Cologne, Rose and Lavendar Water, &c, kc.,
just received, at Bucklakd's.
THE STORE and WARE-HOUSE now occu
pied hy E. N. Cook, iu Fremont. Possession
given the 6th October next. Applv to
K P. BUCKLANB.
Fremont, Sept. 1 J, 1850. '6
?t ooien jp aciory :
Sandnsky County, Ohio.
Weaving and Cloth-Dressing dove in all styles
and Colors, superior to any thing
in the State.
THK subscriber finding that Wool had risen in
price beyond the manfifactured Goods intends
to stop the manufacture of woolen goods and turn
all the hands and mschiuery at custom work, such
as weaving Cassimers, Cloths, Satinetts, Linseys.
Flaniiels, and Coloring and Dressing customers'
cloths, in all their various styles, superior to any
thing heretofore attempted.
IJ hits erected a drying house 100 feet in length,
o.p.ible of drying 2011 yards of cloth per duv, besidt s j
the out door bars. He uses falling storks lo full j
with, and oilier machinery sufficient to finish 300
yards of cloth per da. The machinery and hands
will all he employed in weaving and dressing cloth
for custon.ers during the season. He has all the
different machines for dressing cloths
That arc used in Xcv England Factories,
such as Napping, Tensrlmg Shearing and Brushing
Machines, which were bonght iu Wooster, Massa
chusetts, and are in the best of order. The woik-
nien employed in his Mannfsctorv. have served a
regnlar apprenticeship in Massachusetts, and work
ed in the above bnsiuess from 5 to 20 years. And,
with his early and long exoerience in the manufac
turing bnsiness, and by strict personal attention to
the same, hopej to receive a liberal share of the
He has the FRENCH METHOD of Col
oring and uses no Copperas or Vitriol,
knowing Ihe same to be injurious to the clutk
He will warrant all of his work,
both as to manufacture, colors and finish.
PriceB per yard for finishing Cloths Is 6d: Cas
simers Is Gd; Flannels Is; Satinetts 14c; Linseys
is; to mil ac.
Prices for weaving on Power Loom Cloths five
quarters wide 8c; Cassimers five quarters wide 10c:
Flannels four quarters wide 7c.
Prices per yard for weaving and finding Chain
Satinetts 15c; Liuseys Is.
All the cloths woven will be returned as they
leave the loom, or finished at the abova prices as
customers may direct.
He has made Arrangements
with the following persons at tho places mentioned,
to receive yarns and cloth, and deliver the sume
when relumed. All yarns and cloth left with these
persons wjil be taken aud returned everv two weeks
throughout the season;
O. L. Ninas, Head Quarters, Fremont
Baker's Store Castalia.
Chapman & Harkness, Bellevue.
Shoemaker & Osden, Republic.
Silas D. Boalt, Mexico
M. Brackley, McCutchensville.
J. Swagart & Co., Oi'egon.
Parker & Shawan, Carey.
Adam Batlelfeld, Springville.
C. W. Foster & Son, Rome.
E. W. Thomas, Risdon.
Wm. Heller, Van Buren, more.
Arnold & Grey, Crowell & Burns, Hell
Henry Haskins, Portageville,
W. Bradner, Millgrove.
George Bautchtell, Freeport,
J. Eaton & Co., Rollersville.
C. Powers, Wooodville.
B. Caushan, Port Clinton.
P. C. DEAN.
Ballville, Sandusky Co. O. Angnst 3, 1850 21
A large and splendid stock of
Fashionable Fali and Winter Goods,
JUST RXCE1VKD FROM HEW YORK AND BOSTON,
Purchased almost entirely with CASH!
In the month of Angusf, the most favorable seaaon,
18 NOW OFFDRED at the VERY LOWEST
PRICES, for Cash, or Country Produce.
These Goods were selected with grent 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 Src
can be fonnd here, and shall be sold cheajper than
can be had elsewhere !
Hats, Caps, Bonnets,
Hardware, Iron, Nails, Glass, Fish;
Sole and Upper Leather, Coffee, Tens, Oils,
Crockery, Boots and Shoes,
Ready-made Clothing Molasses, Sugar,
Yankee Notions, &c., &c,
In truth all articles wanted in the western country
can he found and will be scld without regard to
profit for ready pay. A. B. TAYLOR.
Fremont, Sept. 18, 1S50.
First Arrival from N. York!
Just Received hy Express,
Only fQlR DAYS from the City!
MOUS DE LATNS and faratoettas,
Black dress Silk,
Black silk and Fancy net Lace
Wrought muslin Cottars,
Velvet Trimmings and Buttons
Fall and Winter Shawls,
Bonnet Ribbons, &c. &c,
N. B. We shall have the plchsnn of showing to
The people of Fremont and vicinity,
The Largest, best-selected and Cheapest stock
of Goods ever opened here.
The Ladies are invited fo rail nnd look at the
above Gond. J. P. HAYNE3 & SON.
One Cthi Reward.
ALL persons are forbidden harboring? or trusting
Samuel Cook, an indentured apprentice to the
Blacksmithing busiiiPFS, who absconded front in eon
the 8th ol September Inet, as I will pay no debts of
me contuviihjr trom this date
Oct. 21, lt50. JACOB F. IJULTS.
AVJiite "Wood JLumfecrj
OF m'1 kinds and clear stuff for sale bv
Feb. 9. O. H. FUSSELMAN.
Sale of Real Estate by order of Court.
ON the 2Ut day of October, Jt'50. between the
hnrs preFCribed by law, at the dnor of the
Court Uousr in Fremont, in the county of Snidns
ky, and i-tate of Ohio, will be sold to Ihe highest
b:ddt r the follow ing real estate, as the properly of
Daniel P. Newell, deceased, subject to the right of
dower of the widow j to wit:
The west hftlf of the south-west quarter of sec
tion number thirty; township number five, ninjje
number thirteen, coiitrtininw eighty acres more or
less. Apprjii-d .t 400 Terms Cash in hand.
F. HUNTINGTON, Administrator.
September 17, lt50 17:5
GIVES notice to the citizens of Fremont, and the
public generally, that he still cnnliunes Jo car
ry on tlie nbove business ill all its branches and
forms. He h;is made additions to bis stock of
llorses, Cilrriagcs, Br.ggies9 Vc;
Mid is now prepnred to ifeominodrite nil who may
lavor him with a call. f!ores and carriages
For Parties or Funerals
r:tn be hud st mty moment. Covered nnd open
buguieR for iiieu of business or pleasure, on the
ft id in? Horses of the Itest hoi torn,
nitin iiii iinnu. lit? BiriUtfM auriltH'II jjilld, l" i
that all who call shall be ucr.otiiuiodated without
delav. Teams for
Carrying Passengers or Movers
into any pnrf of tlnooiintry, alwavs on hand.
Those wisiiinir miv tinner in tbf above fine, will
do well to fjive him a trial, as he feels confident they
wilt he satisfied, both as to tenuis and prices, the
former warranted to carry pfs-engers to their desti
nation in the shortest possible time, aud the latter
to be ns rejsonablR as possible. By strict attention
to business, he hopes to merit a liberal share of
Staolos Nearly opposite Norton's Foundry.
Fremont, Nulr. '2d, 1850.
FREMONT CASH STORE!
BO DECS! BOOKS!
The subscribers have just received a
Decidedly the Largest and Best tehctiou of
oehb st mem as, me 9 - "?
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET
Miseellanestts, Clasical, Medical and School
Books, among which, the followiug are a few: I
The writings of Gen Washington, by Jared Sparks,
12 volumes. -
Prescott's Conquest of Pern, 2 volumes; '
do do Mexico, 3 vols. "F
do Ferdinand and Isabella, 3 vols;
do Miscellanies, 1 vol: .
Allison's History of Eorope, 4 vols; ' "
Hildrelh's United Stales. 3 vols; SZ
Maccanley's Hixtory of England, 2 vofsj . .
Hallam's Works, 4 vols; Gibbon's Rome, 4 vols,
Stephens' Yocatau; Greece; Egypt 3 vols easll)
Complete Works of Lorenzo Dow: ;
Addison's Works; Burke's do.
Josephos' Works I and 2 vols; Byron's do
Sliakspesre's Works, 1 and 2 vols; ' "'
Rollin's Ilittory ' do i
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 volsf
Mrs Edgeworth's Works 10 vols;
Spark's American Biography, 10 volsi
Memoirs and Administrations ol the 1 residents?
Cooper's Naval History: Brand's Encyclopedia;
History of the Girondists; I. ire ol r ranHliu;-
Mra. Bremier's Novels, complete iu oue vol: f.
Harper's Family Librsry, 34 volumes: . ,
do School District Library, JSu volumes;
do Clasical Library, 20 volumes
Swan's Treatise; Swan's Miscellany;
Webster's Dictionary, nnabridged ' ."
do . do Large, revised; ' -
do do University edition; " ;
do do School edition; v
United States Dispensatory, late editon; '
Eberlee's Practice; "liberlee's Thenpeutics;
Smith's Hand Surgery; Watson's Practice!
SCHOOL BOOR'S OF ALL KINDS.
M'GuSVt'a Eclectic series of Readers;
Ray's, Adams', Smith's, Davis', Dabol's and Per
kin's Arithmetic: "
Ctaik'e, Smith's, Well's, Burritt's and Kirkam'a,
Smith's, Olouey's Morse's and Parley's Geogra
phy, & c , Ate. . -
ST AT 10 NARY. ;
Any quantity of Fools Cap, and Letter Paper .
plain and ruled, Gitt Edged and Embossed; ' yj
Letter Envellopes, of all kiads and styles. - -
CALL AND SEE! At - ;
n-wr o a 9 - v -. T
Bnckland's Brick Block. f
8. BICSLAND Sc CO. "
Fremont, July, 1850 17
List of Letters
EMAliMNO in Ihe Post-office at Fremont, on
the 1st day of October, 1?5U.
Asbndge & Beat
Myers maryan mrs.
Miller Edwin R
Aemberth J G
Brown sarah Ann mrs
Bromley Gaorge V
Cracker Aederman &c
Brotter Lonis Miss
Bremer Joseph P
Boardman Mr .
Bntts Daniel . 3
Crawford J R
Colly Kmilly Mt
Dana George T
Dreyfus Isaac S
Kndic.lt John B
Ear es Daniel
Ford John P
Gardner M F
Gree J F
Garanb mrs E
Gardner William B
HutFman sarnh mis,
Holmes J M
Honeywell William ;
Hinted mrs E C
Lesher miss snsannafc
Melts David :
McFarlan Wm ' .
Mets David m
Miller'Bradly ' '
Mackeron John . !
Nighlongale Rev L
Newoll J N
Fringle John W
Pruce Lysander .
Pilaris John .
Parrish John s
Reed John ' '" "
rieinniington Geo R -
SteAenson 3 P - 3
Sanderson Rebecca 3
Stahl Mary J B miss
Shrond HenrV "
Stevens James '
Widner John . - . 2
Wire John '
Wool wort li Chester . -Wiechmahn
Wellmati Luke B
Wright EIIbs '
German Letters "5
Persons inquiring for any of the above letters wilt
sav advertised. W. M STARK. '
New Drug Store.
S. BUCKLAND & CO.: ;;
Drugs, Paints, Oils, Dye-stuffs, Glass-ware
Phosgene Gas and Lamps, c, dc. ,. -
Tf?E subseribers have jtist opened a large stock,,
of the above articles, which with their former
slock completes the largest and best assortment ever
brought to Fremont or vicinity . ,-. ,
ALL OF WHICH ARE WARRANTED.:;
Physicians are respectfully requested to call
and examine our articles of DritgB and Chemicals,
as we are determined Hint FreUokT (Ball be thk
towh to but Goons CHEAP.
All our merchants ear thev are selling Goods
CHEAPER than they can" be bought in Sandusky,
Tiffin, or any where else in these 'Diggius' aud aro
Determined not to be outdone -.
by them in the way of LOW prices. ,.
ET Country Dkalers, will find it to their ad
vantage to hny of us any articles in our line, as
are sure ice can save them the transportation'
at leastj -,!.
PAINTERS and MECHANICS, -i
sing Paints of any kind who wish Good Arttclmj
can be supplied at the smallest possible advance?
from cost. White Lead pureExtra, No. 1, dry
and gronnd in oil. Chrome Yellow. Chrome Green,'
raris (jrreen. Red Lead, Lampblack, Lithargec
Varnish, Linseed Oil, warranted to dry Tureen-,
tine, &c. &. Brushes of all sizes and kinds, at
20 per cent, cheaper than ever. ' ;,
Jg Sign of the Big Mortar. '
Fremont, Snndusky ro. July 6, 1350 17
tirst Grand dtrrivaX-.,
OF THE SEASON!
HAVE this dov received hr Express lots of '
PRLNTS and GINGUANS forthe early Fh
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 lime anives, tley intend to bring out
SOME HEAVY ARTILLERY,
and give the Old and New Combination Ki.ts.
Krinont. Antrnt . 15!).
A in i is ist ra tor's jOtlre, '
NOTICE its hereby given, that Ihe following ex
ecmorsHnd admiuistratora have filed in the'of-
fie- of the Clerk of the court of CDimnou pi ran, of
foanduj-KV county, their accounts current for final.
PMlleiTien' : Sami.l Crowell and Jacob HufFord,
Ex'ra. of Levi UntFord; Charles S Shnlts Admr.
of the estate of Gabriel T. Shnlts: George Over
mire, Adin'r. of the estate of John Blubaker; Chri,
tian Doncrson, Adm'r. of fhe estate of Christian
Stibley: Joseph Gam, Ex. of the estate of David"
Garn: George FFales, Arim'r. of the estate of J
enh tllch; Michael M'Bri.'.'e, Artm'r. of the estate
of Lester Allen and Chester Edgerton, Adm'r. of
tlie estate of Stephen C. Smith. - , , ,
O. CAPPER, De-jd Cl'fc.
Fremont, Sej-t. 150. '29;3