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To a Bell.
,pAMi'ng away ! 'tis the fate of all
The flower tbat fade, tbe stars that fall
Thro limitless fields of tho upper sky.
Falling sad dying instantly 1
Passing sway! Oh solemn bell,
I know thy circling chimes full well.
But say do they reach that blessed land
Whose sacred groves eternal stand ?
Where sober shadow and softer light
In the sweet sunless nir unite.
Where neither distance nor death divide
The bridegroom and the happy bride !
And thus the Bell to my soul replied :
"I toll the gifted the brave the pride
Of human beauty to earth denied ;
The death dust and the festering shroud,
x ll " i- . : r 1 1
svu migiiiini'Ba oi iiiuimuuu.
Though a nation's grief my echoes swell,
, They mourn a dying child as well,
And parted love, where ever it be,
Gathered to Qod's immensitv !
Bnt they never reach that blessed laad
Whose sacred groves eternal stand ;
Yet ever below to the grave and the gay,
Z am constantly sighing, "passsing away !"
Oh! thank thee, Bell, for thy sweet reply;
We donot pass we cannot die!
All that is or ever hath been,
' What heart hath felt or eye hath seen,
AH that's holy just and true,
Our Godour Father will renew 1
For never was hope to mortal given
Without its recompense in heaven.
7.n ! mniirnfnl 1 (1
' Only things earthly pass away.
We fear not death we only pass
Darkly as shadows o'er a glass,
, To the sweet repose of that happy shore
Where 'passing away' is heard no more !
" Henry VIII, had many books bound in
velvet, with gold bosses and ornaments. In
the reign of Queen Elizibelh some exquisite
binding were done by embroidery. The
Queen herself used to work the covers with
gold and silver thread, spangles, etc -
We derive the custom of wearing orange
flowers at a wedding from France, It is there ;
a matter of much pride and importance, in as j
much as it is not only a token of the purity of j
uic onue nersen, uui niso uera wiuit- iu
Inlegrity and morality of her relatives. -
The finest cosmetic we know of is early ris
lne exercise in the ooen air. temperance in
eating and drinking, cleanliness, and last, j
though not least, perpetual good humor. Keep
Tour face with a smile on it, as smiles are eas- j
tly implanted by cultivation on the human
' The spoons of silver gilt, the handle of each j
terminating in the figure of an appostle; and
called apostle spoons, were formerly the usu
al presents of sponsors at christenings.
Tight boots "and shoes are the most perfect
inventions that the' genius of man ever devis- J
edas instruments of tortue; but fashion wills
it, and they are endured.
Curtis tells us that if a canary be hung in
its cage at the head of a bed with close cur
tains, occupied by two persons, it will be found
dead in the morning. .
Some of Hogarth's best paintings were de
atrorsd in the l?w at Foothill in 1775. "Mar-
. . . . . . .r 11
rtage a la iloae is now removeu 10 oianuor
ough House with the Vernon pictures.
It is not known from whence we first re
ceived the cultivated apple. In the report of
the London Horticultural society the names of
between fourteen and fifteen hundred varieties
may be found..
Get not your friends by bare compliments,
but by giving them sensible tokens of your
Have the courage to obey your Maker, at
the risk of being ridiculed by man.
Never put implicit faith in a man who has
coco deceived you.
Trias wifa u. tha sun rf iha snr.inl svstem.
Unless she attracts, there is nothing to keep
heavy dodies, like husbands, from flying off
, An economical application of time brings
leisure and method, and enables us to drive
- our business, instead of our business driving
tta, -- -
t A celebrated writer on the sight says, that
WCtulus veu uaruJttueuuy caiciio mauj
turally very good eyes, on accouut of the en
deavorsof the eve to adjust itself to the cease
less vibration of that too common article of
' When we see a person very choice of his
words, and very dainty at the table, and yet
capable of insulting the unfortunate, or ridi-
cultmg distress, we always mum oi me ass in
tbo lion's ekin. '
; Power and liberty are like heat and mois
ture; where they are well mixed, every thing
prospers, where they are single, they are de
I - All who enter into the marriasre state from
mercenary motives, though they may enlarge
their possessions, and increise their fortune,
live in splendid misery, and find that they
tave bartered happiness for wealth.
By relying on our own resources, we ac
quire mental strength; but when we lean on
others for support, we are like to an invalid
who, having accustomed himself to a crutch
finds it difficult to walk without one.
Virtue ie both title and estate; a title the
most exalted, because it is God who confers
it: an estate the most rich, because it endures
for aver." Envy may not derogate the title,
because it is written in the book of heawn ;
and fraud cannot diminish the estate, because
bo sin can reach it.
- Glass is now woven with silk, instead of
gold and silver thread, which tarnishes'
- The flowers of the tea tree are white, and
somewhat resemble tbe white rose of English
lb present tax upon newspapers in Eng
land began in 1712, when a stamp duty of a
talf-penay was laid on the Spectator.
Queen Isabella of Spain is tbe daughter of
Ferdinand VII, by his fourth wife. Two of
bis queens were his nieces.
Mr. Walter Colton saw at Rio a woman
rinlw twain man nlH vhn hnrl I wo children.
She was married at tbe age of ten, to a man
- - The turtle and tortoise belong to the same
group of reptiles; in fact, the turtle is a ma
rine tortoise with webbed feet, which princi
pally inhabits tbe water, and is only found oc
casionally on the land.
Books give the same tone to our thoughts
and way of reasoning that good and ill com
pany do to - our behavior and conversation,
without our even being sensible of the change.
"The omnibus is not a very modern kind of
carriage. In the year 1662 some French no
blemen were privileged by letters patent, to
establish coaches of precisely the same de-1
scrip lien. !
FAUMlXG LAXDSFOU 8 AIjE.
THE SUBSCRIBER will sill the follow
ing described Fahmisq Laxds on the
most reasonable terms, both as to price and
BAKDCSKT COUNTY : 8AVDUSKT TOWNSHIP.
It. Tp. Sec, Acres
15 5 ' 23 s part seqr kn'n as day town
" " 23 w pt ne qr J improved 139
" " 1 7 8 c qr of s e qr 40
' 20 sw qr pe qr 40
" " e hlf nw qr 80
" " 32 e arsw or 8C
" " lis fraction se quarter Sej
" " 13 sw fraction lJo
" 1 3 w part nw quar 80
" 14 e 'part fraction 92
" " south part fraction 1 1
" '23 nortli part north east quar 3
" " 24 north part north west quar 78
" 20 south east fraction 106
" 30 east 111 f north west quar 80
- " " west hlf north east quar 80
A number of the above tracts of land are
improved and within one and two miles of
R. Tp. Sec Part Acres.
north hlf south east qr 80
north west quarter
west hlf north east quarter
north east qr south west qr
north east qr south west qr
north west quarter
north hlf south west quar
north half noth east quar
south eiist south west qr frac 49
south half south east quar 80
south west quarter
west hlf soutn east quar
west hlf south west quar
north east quarter
frac exc se qr t exc ne qr
west hlf south west jjr )
west hit north west qr I
Road Tract No. 121 )
fins tract has uuout 40 acres improve
d. J 138
south east qr north east qr 40
R. Tp. Sec.
13 4 20
14 6 25
U U M
4 t '
u t og
" " 30
" " 33
I U IC
" 5 31
" " 9
" " 19
east hlf south east qr 80
south eastqr north east qr 40
east hlf south west quarter 80
north ens', qr north west qr 40
south eutt qr north east qr 40
west hlf south east quar 80
west hlf north east quar 80
east hlf south east quar 80
north west quarter 160
east hlf south west qr 80
west hlf north east qr 80
north east qr north west qr 40
east hlf south east quarter ) .
es improved, and log house, t
north hlf north eiist quar 80
north hlf south cast qr 80
, south hlf south east qr 80
south west half 160
south hlf north west qr 80
north east qr north west qr 40
sourh hlf north eisst qr 80
north hlf north west qr 80
south hlf noth west qr 80
north hlf south west qr 80
north hlf north east qr 80
north west qr north westqr 80
west hlf south east qr 80
R. Tp. Sec
n e pt und of 50 acres improved
west hit south east quarter 80
GREEN CREEK TOWNSHIP.
north hlf north east quarter 80
10 acres improved.
north west quar
50 acres improved,
east hlf south west qr
16 5 23
west hlf south eest qr
west hlf north east qr
. east hlf north west qr
south west hlf north west qr I
norlh hlf south westqr I
east hlf south eastqr 80
north west qr north east qr 40
west hlf south west qr 80
200 known as Bowsan farm, 60 acrs impro'd
16 6 30 north east qr south west qr 40
m . north west qr south east qr 40
" " " north east qr north west qr 40
tt u u
" " 35
" " 30
' " 15
R. Tp. Sec.
13 0 10
" " 15
m m l7
M M If
M M 25
16 5 17
Sec Part. Acres.
21 north hlf n e quar Of
" west hlf s e quar 08
22 north hlf n w quar Or
3 norlh hlf west half s e qr OS
4 south hlf s e quar OS
5 south east qr s w qr 08
6 south east quar 160
1 1 south hlf n w quar 80
norlh hlf s w quar 80
14 north west quarter 160
23 s e quar s e quar 40
1 north hlf n w quar 80
1 west part 325
south east quar 1 60
south hlf n e quar 85
2 north hlf s e quar 80
32 south part n e quar 81
35 south hlf s w quar 80
30 south west quarter ' 160
6 north east quarter 164
east hlf n w quar 88
north h'f s w quar 89
north hlf s e quar 80
south e qnar s e quar 40
1 north w quar frac 158
squill hlf n'c quar 80
2 east fraction 319
south hlf n w quar frac 81
east hlf s w quar 80
S west hlf fraction 325
north east quar frac 1 63
north hlf s e quar 80
4 north hlf fraction 329
north hlf s e quur 80
17 south hlf 320
north east qdarter 160
east hlf n w quar 80
23 north hlf 320 I
13 north east quarter 100
14 south hlf 320
22 whole 640
I t north cast quarter 160
I I south half 320
12 north east quarter 160
nortli hlf s w quar 80
norlh hlf s e quar 80
13 south half 320
north hlf n.w quar 80
20 whole 640
28 south half 320
32 north hlf 320
34 north hlf 320
35 north hlf n w quar 80
30 south half 315
32 west half 320
north east quarter 160
?3 uorthhaif 320
36 east half s w quur 80
26 south west quarter 160
west hlf s e quar SO
6 11 east part n w quar 80
23 east part s w quar 80
12 west hlf s wquar 80 )
13 west hlf n w quar 80 V
60 acres improved )
7 30 south w qr n w qr frac
4 north hlf s w quar
5 south east quHi ter
6 south west quarter
8 31 south hlf n e quar
north hlf s e quar
7 6 north w quar s e quar
7 north east quar
north hlf n w quar
8 south west quarter
10 north hlf s e quar
12 south half
13 north cast quarter
north hlf n w quar
north w quar s e quar
north e quar s w quar
14 north east quar
north hlf s e quar
15 west half
south east quarter
6 7 north e qr s w qr frac
21 south hlf s w qurr
south w quar n w qnar
north e quar n w quar
7 5 north hlf s w quar
T. Sec Part.
4 5 south half
7 west half fraction
18 north w quar fractiou
Cfrc24 north half
13 whole fractional
14 do do
4 22 south hlf 8 e quar
United states Reserve at Perrvsbursji, un
divided two thirds of the west half south east
quarter, 54 aeres; and undivided two thirds
south west quarter.
T. Sec. Part Acres.
2 1 west halfjB quar 80
easthli's'l junr 80
10 west hlf s Vquar 80
east hlf n e quar 80
11 west hlf n w quer 80
12 north hlf n e quar 80
5 west hlf n e quar 80
norlh west qvarter 160
north hlf s w quar 80
6 east hlf n e quar 80
south east quarter 160
south hlf s w quar 80
7 north hlf n w quar 80
north w quar n e quar 40
U. P. nDCKIiAXU.
FREMONT, Sandusky off. Ohio )
April 13, 1850. j"
C 1 1! A I E K YET!!
New Store Store in Fremont, Ohio!
THE subscriber is just receiWnj; at his shop on
Main street, one door south of O. L Nim's
store, any quantity of
PREMIUM, NIAGARA, HOT-AIR,
Halhawav's improved Ten Plate and Box Stoves,
and better than all, Wilksuii'p & Co.'s
Principal Patent in 183V, '38, '42, '47, & '49.
The proprietors of this Cocking Stovr, with en-
lire confidence, claim lor it the merit of being the
very best in the world, eitlirr its to economy, conve
nience, or durability. Cull and examine it, and sat
offer the above lot of Stoves at a small advance
above cost, and with evtrv variety of
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware,
and will furnish on reasonable terms,
Eave-trovgk, Gutter and Conductor Pipe.,
and all drticles in my line warranted to be what I
Farmers, Merchants and others are invited to
call befur purchasing elsewhere, as 1 am deter
mined to make it an ornect tor them lo do so. 1
will also par a fair price for all ki'ids of merchanla
For any quantity oS Sliecp Pelts.
O. II. FUSSELMAN.
October 13, 31 -6m.
1 f l , r n-
COME IN, WE CALL YOU!
SEW FIRM. X13W GOODS, AXD
PE.ISE & ROBERTS,
H HAVING taken the old ptaml of J. R. Pease,
and pnrcliHFeri the entire ptnek f Peace &
Roberta, ure now bavins it replenifhed with tbe
lat.fit und mnM desirable pattern of
COOK, HALL, PARLOR,
Alr-TigLt, Sis-Plate and Box Stores,
ever offered in thia market, which will be suld at
Wholesale or Ucfail;
to suit tirch:iftfrs, and lor wbirli w will t-.k your
Hides, Skins, Hags, Bct swnx, Tallow, &c.
Old Stoves houyht and sod, or exchanged for
Give us cn". Don't forget the place. Pease'
Brick Block JVO I t tlje sign of the Stove.
iN B. Fur unrlif uliirs c-ll ;tt our establishmeut;
Fetnont, Sept. I 49.
Lester Vandercooks Estate.
ALL persons indebted to the estate of the late
Lester Vandercuok, are hereby notified that
immediate payment must be made to the under
signed, or costs will be made.
A COLES, Administrator.
Fremont, May 25. 1850.
WEEDS' nnd Pittsbureh Iron at
Extra. No. 1. Dry
V I slid ground in Oil, for ale cheap, at
BIIJLKS. A I
I 50 lo G.
urge lot of Fnmily Bililes from
Also, Pocket, Clasp, Tuck, and
Polyglott Bibles and Testaments at
ANY quantity of good Hickory and Ash Wood
will be taken on subscription at the
LADIES A.M GEXTIiElUEX!
Large Additions and increased facilities
FOR SELLING LARGE QUANTITIES OF
DRY GOODS ANO GROCERIES,
AT LOWER PRICES THAN EVER!
D A V ID BE TT S ,
Having just purchased and received
A LARGE STOCK OF GOODS, will now e.
hiliit to the public the best assortment
EVER BROUGHT TO FREMONT!
and will sell at an reasonable and low prices an miv
n'her establishment in Sandusky conntr. Ever
ihaiikful to a discriminating public, for the pntron-
ttee lv vehivh I have been enabled to rencli my
present position. I hope bv strictly attending to bu
siness, and the interests of the public, to merit a
cnntiiiunnre oftheir favors. My stock of
and Geutlemen's wear generally, will be offered at
VERY LOW PRICES!
The attention of the ladies is particular Ir called
to our extensive assortment of Dress Goods, which
consists in part of .Silks, Gro de Nap, Gro de Rhine,
&c: plain and figured Silks and Satins, and if
they do not suit look at their beautiful variety of
figured and plain de laines, cashmeres, prints, &c,
and then examine his general variety of edgings.
nU:? edging, ribbons of every description, and ev
er? other article in tbat line; by that time you will
waul to look at his
Splrnifib Darutti of Shawls,
which for beauty, richness and durability, cannot
he surpassed in this marktt. His stock of
II A R DWAUE.
Consists in pari ot cable, log. trace and halter
rhHins; mill, crops cut, hand and back saws, an
vils, vies, broad axes, adzses, locks, iitigurs, hrn
cesaud bits, and in fact, very arltcte usually kept
in hardware stores. All of which will be sold at
Unparalleled Low Prices.
His assortment of iron, nails, glass, crock erv.
cutlerv, &c, &c. is complete. American, Swedes
and Old Sable iron in any quantity, selling at a
BOOTS AND SHOES,
for ladies, gents, boys and misses in a great variety,
at prices to suit the times. Also a large assort
me ut of
Mien r ly-m a He 4 toili iasr
at city prices. He would also nay to the puhlii
tht fie h is made extensive arrangements to go
and is now prrpared lo buv
And pay CASH for any amount tbat can
ne una. l nerlore nring ll on, loumpr with your
produce of every description, and yon will find a
read' market and the highest prices at
Fremont, May 25ih, !;")(.
THE DREADFUL SCOURGE
.is tt.U. .i't L.tiS 'V! !
We hereby let Sanduskv know,
That HAWKINS JIM, CALDWELL & CO.,
Have opened shop to work for all,
Who'll please to favor with a call:
We've Bedsteads, Lounges, Tables too,
All kinds of Carpenter work we do
We'll mend a Chnir,-e. Table, Stand,
Or Make ahem all for Cash ik rand:
Repair a Door and case the same,
Hang with hinge or make the frame,
Put on the lock with bolt or bars, .
And if needs be we'll mend 3'our Stairs:
Indeed, there is nought of wood that's made,
But we II attempt and please it PAID.
And as money makes the mare to go
We're bound to sell our labor LO W !
For instance : Such as others sell
Of Bedsteads, we will make as well,
And one-third LESS our price shall be,
f this you doubt, just come and ste,
But, where's your Shop? 'lis close at hand,
We've'taken the Democratic stand
Opposite Brainard's, on Croghan street,
W e'll gladly public custom greet.
Fremont, Julv 13, 1850. 18
The Bcd-Bng Guillotine.
Much pleass-d to find we've not been slighted,
By those whose custom we've invited,
And grateful than Its we nmke lo all
Who've bovgfit and PAID or made a call.
Encoumged thus, again w'll show
The aforesaid shop of JIM & CO.
(Now don't misltike and elfewhere go,
To Stevenson's or Sinixleshaugh
One up the hill, the other below.
And thus attempt to jump Jim Crow;
For if you do we'll let you knnw,
We'll not admit you to the six. w )
We've bongTit the patent the county's mine.
We mean the bed-liug Guillotine.
Then come ye all who love sweet napping,
Without such twitching, jerking scratching,,
As found with bed-steads poorly made,
By such as learn hut half the trade.
Whoeo pins, and holes, and point attest
All will compose the clincher's rest,
From whence they rally at dead ol night,
And pierce your veins with venom bite.
If clean you wish to keep your rug
Tour shelves and blankets from the Bags,
Come buy of us and yon shall find
There's nothing like the Guillotine.
But what's the mode? come, tell your plan,
We'll buy your bedsteads to a man!
We've bought the patent, as said to you
Called thf PrrcmJulating Screw.
So rhse they press the bugs together
You'd sell them well ft r harness leather;
And if ycu get Van Doren's price
You'll n fur bdst' -ads in a trice;
F-r three and tiveniv cent together
He iiys will buy a pound of leather.
But our liquid fddge is best of all,
A bottle we give to each that call;
Its easily given, easy to tako
Sure to kill and no mistake.
By presing gently on the pate
The mouth flies open like a gate:
There, drop one drop enough is said
And I'll ensure the creatue dead.
Good law! ha iiihssh, what a dunce,
I'd better kill the brute at once,
So easy dene jnst by a squreZ",
Just do good liidvnvoii pleae. 22
Steam Mill for Sale.
f 1 iHE snhscriber now offers his new Steam
X saw mill for Sale, situate on the Kidg
Uo;id, itSi'Ut ten utiles ea-terlv from Fremont, and
only 1011 rods from the Maumee and Western Re
serve Turnpike Road, and within about 25 rods of
the surveyed line of the Wellington and J oled
The mill is a superior one, in all respects, be in
in a lieitliy location, having (he very best of water.
that which will not corrode a boiler, I he builnin
!S of Ihe most substantial kind. 35 by 61 feet, fitte
to ,aw logs 30 feet long. I Irving two circular saw
and a m;tchi-.e for sawing felloes attached, an
sufficient power in the engine to drive the whole,
and the boiler large enough to make the steam
and more too.
ABUNDANCE OF TIMBER,
all around, and men that have got the snap to them
to haul it; there being no less than seventy teams
aslir in one day Itist winter, attached to some forty
eletls and houts; and every ten diys ot good sled
ding is equivalent to about one thousand logs.
Anv persou wishing to get large contracts for th
Ra Iroad, or wishing to cuter into the lumber bust
ness will find it to their advantage to call and see
And any person anticipating building a Mill, ca
op equally as well to call, lor thev can half pav fi
one while they would be building. The buiidin
being so framed, as to be easily taken down and se
up would require hut little time to remove it.
The subscriber has also 105 acres of good
laud about forty stores cleared, a good frame Barn
a ou:ig Orchard of over one hundred grafted Appl
trees, most of which are bearing, with Peaches.
Pears, Plums. Cherries, Quinces, Grapes, &c. &
which have hIko commenced bearing. The mill
and farm will be sold separate or together, to su
purchasers; and liberal terms of payment given
For further particulars enquire of
F. I. NORTON, Fremont,
or the subscriber on the premises.
W. L. CURTIS.
York, August 3, 1850.
O A quantity of seasoned wagon and buggy
felloes, together with an extra quality of narrow
lath, and lumber of all kinds Kept constnnllv
hand, cheap as can he had at any other milt in tin
country. piUomj w . u- s.
WESTERN XEW YORK
t OIL LEU & Of ES 11,MMjTM8.
207 Main Street, Buffalo, Kew York.
DR. G. C. VAUGHN'S
Vegetable Litiiontriptic Mixture.
TH IS celebrated remedy is constantly increasing
'Us fame by the many cures it is making
All over the World
It has now become the only medicine for family use
ud is particularly recommended for
11 stages of this complaint immediately relieved.
no matter of how long standing. (See pamphlet for
nd all diseases of the urinary organs; for these dis-
ressing complaints it stands alone; no other arti-
le can relieve rou, and the cures testified to will
convince the most skeptical. See pamphlet. iiv-
r complaint, bilious diseases,
f ever ana Ague
To the great west especially, and wherever these
complaints prevail, this medicine is offered.
wo Mineral agent,
o deleterious compound is a part of this mixture, it
cures these diseases with certainty and celerity, and
oes not leave the system torpid, bee pamphlet.
l' i 1 e i ,
complaint of a most painful character, is
nd a cure follows bv a few days use of this article; I
is far before anv other preparation for this disease.
or for any other disease originating from impure
blood. See pamphlet.
Debility or the System,
weak back, weakness of the kidneys, &c, or infla-
mation ot the same, is immediately relieved by a
few davs use of this medicine, and a cure is always
the result of its use. It stands as
A Certain Kemedy
for such complaints, and also for derangements of
ne lemale irame.
infill menstruations. No article has ever been
ffered except this, which would touch this kind of
eritngement. It may he relied upon as a sure and
ffectiye remedy, and did we feet permitted to do
Thousands of Names
as proof of cures in this distressing class of com-
laints; see pamphlet. AM broken down, debilita
ted constitutions from the effect ot mercury, will
find tht bracing power of this article to act imn.e
diately, and the poisonous miHeral eradicated from
will also find the alterative qualities of this article
Partly the Blood.
and drive such diseases from the system see
pamphlet for testimony of cures in all diseases,
which the limits of an advertisement will not per
mit to be named therein. Agents will give them
away; and the)' contain 32 pages of certificates of
high character, and a
stronger array oi rrool
of the virtues of a medicine never appeared. It is
one of the peculiar features of this article that it
never fails to benefit in any case, and if nones and
muscle are left to build upon, let the emaciated and
Take new Courage
and keep using th medicine as hng as there is an
improvement. The proprietor would
against a number of articles which come out under
the head of S rups, SursaparilUs, &c , as cures for
Dropsy, Oravef, A:r. ; they are good tor nothing.
and are only concocted to gull Ihe uttwary.
Touch tiiem now
Their in venters never thought of curing such dis
eases till this article had dine it. A particular
study oi the pamphlet is earnestly solicited.
Agents and nit who sell the article aie glad to
circulate gratuituously. Put up in 30 oz. bottles at
$2; 12 oz. do. at $1 each the larger holding 6 oz.
more than the two small bottles. .Look out and not
get imposed upon. Every bottle has Vaughn's
Vegetaole Liilioutriptic Mixture,' blown upon the
ghiss, the written signature of G. C. Vnughn,"
nu the directions, and "G. C. Vaughn, Buffitt
stamped on the cork. None other tre genuine.
rreiinred bv Dr. tr. C Vaughn, :ind old at lh
principal otbee 2U7 Main street. JJuHjio, at whole
sale and retail. INo Mtteiilicu given to letters un
less post paid orders from regular constituted
agents excepted; post paid letters or verbal comrnu
mentions soliciting advice, promptly attended to
(Jthee-t devoted exclusively to the sole of this ar
ticle, 132 N'asfitu street, New York city; 295 Es
sex street, Salem, Mass., and by the priucipnl
druggists throughout the United Slates and Can
ada. For sale Ivy
S. BUCKLAND, & CO, Fremont;
Charles Powers, Wondville,
W. Avers, Upper SutidtiFky.
Jos. . Fuuke, Litile Sandusky,
R. Perry, McCntchensville.
G W. Pittterson, Rome,
I. 1... Si John & Co.. Tiffin city,
D. W. Arnistr.iiiff, Brllvue.
Zeigler &. Snook, Fort 'srneca.
Wm. Fisk & Co., Cleveland,
Whole Snle and Retail.
Fremont, No 23, 1850 Iv
FIRE AND 31ARIAE
I .v s u n -1 .V 4 JB .
rriHE ondersipned would call the attention of
I merchants itnd others having property expos
ed to loss hy fire or the perils of navigation to the
superior Muvantages ottered hy the
PR0TE1TI0X nSlRAME COlfPAIVY,
Of Hartford, Connecticut.
. Rates uf pre tii in in us low us those of auy other
2. A epcedv and s.ttisfacton ndjnstnient of loss
es by the General Agent of the company! for the
western and southern fat rites.
3. Arbitration (of II diligences which mav
arise) by referees niutunily chosen.
4. Award- promptlv paid in specie, banfcnhl
funds, or exchange on N. York, Charleston, B illi
more, New Orleans, St Louis, Louisville. Pitts
burgh or Cincinnati, at the option of the insured.
O Pamphlets setting forth the mode and priuci
pies of adjusting losses rates of premiums clb
sificHtion of hazrds, &c, &c , furnished to the
customers of the office free of charge.
For further information
apply to the undersigned who is fully authorized to
insure dwellings, stores, hotels, warehouses, mills,
manufactories, barns, ac.
household furniture and foods, wares and merchan
dize contained or stored thereiu, aguiust loss or
damage hy hre.
drv goods, groceries, manufactured goods. produce
household furniture, live stock, and every oilier de
scription of merchandize or personal properly, ship
ped or to be shipped per good steainbimt, or boats
to and from points on the western waters, or be
tween eastern cities (via lakes, or other intnnd
route) and any to wus in the western country, aguiuM
the hazards of inland transportation.
shipments of goods, wares and merchandize, per
good vessel or vessels, between New Orleans and
other Gulf ports between all American ports and
English or European ports, or to any maratime port
whatsoever in the Atlantic waters, against the per
ils of the seas.
R. P. BUCKLAND, Agent,
Hartford Protection Insurance Co.
Fremont, Jan. 5, 1850 43-3m
Cleveland and Maunice Railroad Comp.
NOTICE is hereby given, that at a meeting1 of
the Commissioners of the Cleveland and Mau
mee Railroad company, held in Maumee City, on
the 4lh inst. , it whb
Resolved, That Rooks of Subscription to the
oipitai stork of said Coin pa nv, he opened on Mon
day, the 30th September, 1850,
I n Maumee City, at the office of Young & Waite,
under the direction of Samuel M. Young and
Isaac Hall .
In Perryshurffh, 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. Furgngion and Chas, Powers.
In Fremont, at the office of R. P. Bucktand, un
der the directiou of R. P. Bucklaud and John R.
In pursuance of the foregoing-resolution, books
of subscription to the stock oi said company will be
opi-ned 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 7lh, 1?50 27:td
CVEIt HALF A MILLION OF TESTIMONY
Is have been received by the Proprietor of
A L-I.H E A LING OINT-
SKHfc MENT from Physicians
;:;.7Sii the most skillful andce.
--'ti: lebrated, Irom Counsel- !
lors learned in the Law,
iyibte-S Irom Judges ol celebrity
gg-o on the Bench, from Min
isters cf the Gospel,
whose undeviatinir in-
'egrity have made them
jUkiteffr .lli nine lights in the
Liittt of Truth, from
HrrlirAnod P t,feir3. (rem acute Merchants, and
i rnm ihMA r,f vpnr st&ti n, name and decree
i rum u V . j witlnsut one d - !
among mankind all ! wlm-nv wiinnui one a s- i
sentinif objection, i ronounc tins Ointment to be ;
GOOD. , . , ....
As day bv day it unobtr wively extends its
sphere of action alon;: the borders of our vast coun
try, and is circulated throughout its extent, new
evidence, of its power and new proofs of it effi
cacy are continually developed. Three millions
of Boxes, applied to disease within the last four
years, has established the astoundiDg fact beyond
the power of cavil or contradiction, that it is IiN-.
FALLIBLE in the cure of all Tumors, Ulcers,
Sores, Burns, Tetter, Piles, Scrofula, Erysipelas,
Chilblains, Scald Head, Sore Eyes, Quinsy, Croup,
Rheumatism, Broken Breast. Ague m the Face,
Corns, &c. It completely restores the INSEN
SIBLE PERSPIRATION, and by this means opens
those avenues bv which Nature intended to expel
the morbid matier of the bodythus is the system
cleansed, the blood purified, and the health re
stored. It has the power to cause all external Sores,
Scrofulous Humors, Skin Diseases, and Poisonous
Wounds, to discharge their puma matter, ana
then heal them. We are not asnamea oi
All-Healing Ointment !
World's Salve !
hlch a discerning public has applied to this
medicine ; for there is scarcely a oisease, exter
nal or internal, that it will not Denem. i u.
used it for the last fourteen years for all diseases
of the Chest, Consumption, and Liver, involving
the utmost danger and responsibility, and I declare
before heaven and man, that not in one single
case has it failed to benefit when the patient was
within the reach of mortal means.
Wholesale and retail at ine urana uepoi, in
FULTON ST., New York, and by all Druggists
throughout the United Mates.
141 Fulton St. N. T.
S. BUCKLAND & &0.,
19 . Only Agents for Fremont
JOY TO THE WORLD!
Perry Darls' Vegetable Pain-killer.
For the instant cure and entire eradication oral! pain
INTERNAL AND EXBERNAL REMEDY.
No matter where the pain is or of what nature
this will reach it.
Beware qf Counterfeits! Caution!!
ALL persons are hereby cautioned Hffninst mak
ing a;pticHtion for, or pnrchasiiig Davis' Pais
Killer of &T J. Sasford Grkgort, uf Man-
He was formerly an aent lor uie sale oi ine gen
ne niedicnes but recentlv it has come to the
knowledge of the proprietors tht he is nianafac-
lunng and Tending a srumi'LJO AnuuLiE,
nuttiu? it up nearly in the same style, as the genu
ine, publishing a pamphlvt copying our- directions
nearly verbatim, and using one of the heads of om
advertisements, (" Ibstakt Cork or Pais ') as a
name for his spurious compound.
In order morn succrsrfullv to carrv on this oulra
geous fraud he has within Ihe past two weeks, made
Rpplialion to our western office at Cincinnati, for
another supply of the genuine to sell to those he
cannot pull with his spurious stuff, aut his agency
is hereby revoked, and he will not receive any
further sitppv of the Uenxune, - porson
who value lite and heaMh. ami wish to pnrchase
Ihe genuine PERRY DA VIS' PAIN
KILLER, must see that ahiceness of the orig
inal inventor is on each bottle, "- purchase of
such agents only as are namrd below.
1. N. Harris. Uenernl Agent. jew L,onnnn, Con
necticut, Mav 4ih, lSSU western utnee, mo.
7. College Building, Cincinnati, T. H. C Allen,
Superintendent t.has. rowers & Co , aprents
f..r Woodville. ....Gideon Hatch, agent for Ball
ville: and S. BUCKLAND & CO.,
June 22:3m Sole agenis fo. Fremont.
IN QUART BOTTLES, AS PREPARED BY
R. S. D. HOWE,
.T j , . j . j . if- T -. .
Needs VUt One trial tO establish US merU as the
T)T?OT C A DC ADA 1JTT T A
DDOl OAIWArA LVlLljA..
EVER rliscovrrcd for Hie cure of the numerous:
. . . , , .... , . . . . .
diseases arisme Irom a dubllllutea and lU-rullg- :
ed slate of the svstem . :
Female complaints, Liver complaints, Scrofula,
n.. r- . .1 . i J. r
Biles, Pimples or pustules on Ino face; chronic sore
Eves Ringworm, or teller, scald head, rheumatism,
, ": : hone, or inints and all diaeaeea ariaina
pains ill Uie hones or joints, ana ail diseases arising
from an injudicious use of mercury,
Purify the Blood and ail is well.
A REMARKABLE CURE.
Columbus, Indiana. June 5th, 1850.
Messrs. S. D. Hovl & Co. Gentlemen: About
six months since I was attacked with what my fam
ily physician called Bilious fnenmomu, which be
Citnie seated deeply on my lungs, and after my phy-
sician nan Droaeu up me .ever my iung-8 sun seem-
ed to be tenoulr Mifertfd. 1 had noappetiti' wli.it- ;
ever; tuv tkin pfeuieri lo have lo!t iis ariion and ;
function, there was no perspiration, and in fart my-:
self as well as my friends had given me up as incur- ;
able in consequence of my complexion of disease, j
and age, which is about sixty years until one of my j
neighbors failed to see in', who sune tour months j
since was afflctrd similarly to myself, and had pur
chasHd couple of bolllesnf Ok S. O - HoffE'Sj
Compudnu Extract of Sarsaparili., and it gave f
hersuch tpredv reliel, he prevailed on me to pur-
chase a bottle and try it. 1 done so more to gralif
my friends than thai I had any expectation of bing
benefited by the mediciue, but before I had tnken
the whole of one bottle my strength and appetite
began to improve rapidly us well as my skin, began
lo perform its proper function. 1 purchased the
second bottle, and by the time it was all taken I
was resored to as good health as 1 have enjoyed for
the last twenty years. Mrs. L. MKINNEY.
Dr. S. Jackson a distinguished physician of Indi
ana certifies to the above cure, and uses Dr. Howe's
Shakkr Sarsahahiixa in his private practice and
recommends its use for all diseases arising from a
vitiated state of the blood and system. . Such testi
mony is of more real value than pages of ordinary
The great success which has attended the use of
Dr. S. D. Howe's Shaker Sarsaparilla since its in
troiiuction in the western states, haa established its
character in this section of country.
This is the only Sarsaprilla that acts on
the Liver. Kidneys and Blood at the same time,
and hence its singular efficacy and success. Be
sure and get Dr. S. D. Hotce's Shaker Sarsa
parilla and take no other.
rika 1. ..1 rLil.. r At
Wuarl Bottles per Dome or or o nouies tor a.
FOR SALE BY
& BUCKLAND & CO.,
Fremont, Sandusky county.
Whelden & Rhodes, Sauduskv city,
Gecrge Ebert, Tiffin, And by
DR S. D. HOWE & CO., Proprietors,
So. 1, College Hall, Cincinnati, O.
To whom all orders must be addressed. 47
Land for Sale.
fTlHE following lands belonging to the De Forest
J heirs will be sold VfettX tllLAr,a the
owners are anxious to dispose of them. Thev are
situated near Sandusky Bay on Big Pickerel Creek,
in a well settled neighborhood.
west h'f south-west quar 60
north-east quar 160
north-west quar 160
south-east fraction 90
south-west auar 120
Also 10,000 acres of r,and,
in Ottawa county, embracing every variety of soil,
timber and prairie. Settlerscan be accommodated
with such tracts as thev mav wish, nnd the prices
will be not more than half such lands would sell for
in Illinois or Wisconsin GEO. B.-SM11U.
Ssnr!nshv City, June 29, 1850 16:3m
YOUNG Hvson Tea of superior qualilv at
T fOS ROE'S Tonic, a certain cure for Fever
xVJL and Ague for sale only at
S. BCCKLAND fe Co'S.
AMP and Tanner's Oil at
R'ge. Tp- Sec.
17 5 6
17 5 6
17 5 6
16 6 36
16 6 36
THICKS OF at'ACKS.
LvT EvwrioiiT Read this Carifuli.v. There is Sas
sparilta tor caie in the aiDcrent towrw called S. P. Tnwn
er.i's Saranarilla. It is KrivenUwfi as tha ORIGIN AU GES.
CINE, and all mat. This Towns-nd no dor.torand never wu ;
but was formerly a worker on railroads, canals, and the lika yet
be assumei ihe title of Doctor for the purpose of gaining credit
for what he is not. He eaya Mhe haa attended two medical
choola, and practiced for fifteen years ! !" Now the truth ie. h
r nrsuTMMii medicine a daT in hi life 1 Giwh nilf-ul- trieh-
he man. I wih most sincerely, he had never made those suue-
nonu a( himself or of me. When will men learn to be hont
and truthful in all then dealimre and intercourse with their fel
low men ! He applied to one Rue) Clapp to aasim him in man o- .
facturine his roinurerotatut?r the large earns he would make,
as an inducement to embark in the husine. Tle men haro
been insulting and libelling me in all possible forms, in order to
imnresa the pudiic wim me uc-k-i vm .-vi
pari Ha was not the genuine, original SvnpariV maO from
the Old Doctor's Original Jtewpe. Thw S. P. Towneend says
500 if be will produce one stmrle solitary proof of this. Ilia
statements of Thompon. Skillman Sc Co.. are nochins but a '
have sold ' y u. - -.
tissue of falsehoods, simply made to deceive the puuiie, and
P die truth down in regard lo his souring, fermenting com-
This is to caution the public to purcbase none hut Old
br. JACOB Tnwnsend's SrsaporiUa, bavlne on the Old Itoc
vji m urates., nis J ur.;jr wwt i o -
the Coat of Arm-. .
Old Dr. Jacob - Townsend,
THE ORIGINAL DISCO VEKER OF THE ... , .s
Genuine . Townsend SaxsaparillaJ.
Old Dr. Towmend iff now nbom 70 v-am of tre. and h lont
been known u Ihe AUTHOR and DISCOVERER of th
OEMUI.VE ORtaiSAL "TOWNSEND SARSAPA
R1LLA." Beln poor, ha was compelled to limit na mm n fac
tor, by which means ic has been kepi out of market, and the
sales circumscribed to tboffe onlr who Had proved its worth, and
known He value. It had reached the ears of many, ne-erlheieea, -m
those persons who had been healed of sore disease, and
saved from death, prntlaimnr! its wimrierfnt
This GRAND ANI UNEQUALLED PREPARATION f man
afactured on tbe largest scale, and is called for throuchttu ih
length and breadth of the land, especially as it is bund incapa
ble of defeneration or deterioration.
Unlike young S. P. Townend's. it iroprmes with aye. and
never chance bat for the bctier ; breaue it ic prepared nn rien
tific principles by a srienfifa man. The highem knowledge of
Chemistry, and the latest discoveries of the art. hire all beea
brought iiiio requisition in tbe manufacture of the Old Dr Sar
aapahlla. Ths Sarsaparilla root, it is well known to medical
men, contain many medicinal prnpenie. snd some properties
which are inert or uelej.am! others, which if retained in pre-'
paring it for use, produce fermentation and acid, which is in
jurious to the system. Some of tlie pmpertirs of Sarssparill
ore so volatile tbat they entirely evaporate and are lost iu the pre
paration, if they are not preserved by a seientiJU proress, known
only to those experienced in its manuiacture. Moreover, these
volatile principles, which fly off" in vapor, or as an ex halation, un
der heat, are the very essential medical properties at the root,
which give to it all its value.
Any person can boil or cteTthe root till they get a dark col
ored liquid, which is more from th coloring matter in the root
than from anything else ; they can then strain this insipid ot
api ii nciufu, iweeiPD wim sour mo-asses, ann tneo call it " SAK-
SArAKILLA CATUAUT OT SKlfl."
cle known as the
But such is not the ani-
GENUINE OLD DR JACOB TOWNSENDS
This is m prepared that all the inert properties ef the Sar
saparilla root are first removed, everything capable of becom
ing acid or fermentation is extracted and rejected ; then every
panicle of medical virtue is secured in a pure and conrmt rated
form ; and thus it is rendered incapable of loom any of hs val
uable and healing properties. Prepared in this way, it is made
the most power, ul ajrent in the
Cure of innumerable Diseases
Hence the reason why we hear commendations on ever side in
its favor by men, women, and children. We find it doing won
ders in the cure of
OOXSUMPTIOV. DYSPEPSIA and LITER CO.ll
PLAINT.ana mRHBUMA TINM.SVRQPULA.PILEX,
COSTIVESESS. all VVTASEOCS Eli UP TIOSlL
PIMPLE ? BLOTCHES, and all affections arising lrotV
IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD. .
Tt popses a marvellous efficacv in all complaints aris
'rom Indigestion, from Acidify of the Stomach, from unequiy
circulation, determination of blood to the head, palpitation sr
the heart, cold feet and hands, cold chills and hot flashes over th
body. It has not its equal in Colds and Cough ; and promote
easy expectoration and gentle perspiration, relaxing strictures ol
the lungs, throat and every other part.
But in nothing is its excellence more manifestly seen and ac
fcnowledged than in all kinds and stages of
It works wonders m cases of Fluor A I bus or White. FaSinw
ef the Womb. Obstructed, SvppremsexL, or Painful Menses, Ir
regularity of the menrtrual periods, and the like ; aod is sfiectuai
I in curing all the forms of Kidney Diseases.
By removing obstructions, and rezulaunz the reneral svstem.
it gives tone and strength u the whole body, and thus cures au
Vervoai Diieatei audi nttl1f v.
and thus prevents or relieves a great variety of other maladies
as Sjnnat irritation, A'euralgim, St. Vitus' Dance, Swooning,
Apuepiie rtis, uonvuisions, fc.
feanses the blood, excites- the liver to hsalthv- ariirm tnnne
the stomach, and gives good digestion, relieves the bowels of.
orpur aou cuusupaiion, aitays innammaiion, Dunnes me iku.
equalizes the circulation of the blood, producing gentle warmth
equally all over the body, and the insensible perspiration: re
laxes strictures and tightness. moves all obstructions, and tn
vicoraies the entire nervoo system. - Is not this tnes .. t
The Medicine you pre-eiaiuentlv need 1
But can any of these things be said of S. P. Townsend's mfs-'
Iter article ?
This oun? man's liouid is not to be
) WITH THE OLD DR'S.
because of one GRAND PACT, thai he one i. INniP.ni v
of DETERIORATION, and . , . .
NEVER SPOILS; ;- i
while the other DOESr touring, fermenting, and btnrrng tt
uwitcw ti iuw irasnieni. ; uie sour, SCIo liouid ex-
ploJ.ne, and damacin. other goods ! Mu-t not thu homlile com
i P01"1" De. Ponnus STSttra T rvsol .' put acid into a
I eytlem already dieeaerd teith acid What causes nvspepsia
ie'l1. N""?. ." know that whei.iood sours in oik sionv
acna, what mischief u produces? B.irutence, heartburn, palpi
ution of the heart, liier complnint, diarrhois. dy-emery. colic,
and corruption of the Blood ? Wlia is Scrofula but an acid hit.
i 1 ' J ui'?T'"b'tJ'ng,m
i Erupuons ol the S-.m. Scald Head, Salt Rheum, Errsipcles.
White Swellines. Feer Sores, and all ulcerations ime'iTV.-uI
! eiternall It is nothing under hearen but an acid nrbMance,
which sours, and thus spoils all the fluids ot ihe baaj, more or
; whM amtm RheulnausIn bm , Kur lnd ia
which insinuates itself between the joints and els where, irri
UUin? ami inflaming tb delif-ate (issues upon which K aeuf
Bo of nervous diwa.es. of impurity of the blood, of iteranced
circulation, and nearly all uie ailment which afflict hun.au m
Now is it not horrible to make and seil, and infinitely worm
to u"e this .
SOURING, FERMENTINO. ACIt COMPOUND-'1 OF 8.
and vet he would fain have it untienuood that Old Ttr. Jbco
j of his interior praparatii
lownRend'R irenuine Urxgvaal ssarsapariiia. u an IMITATIOri
Heaven forbid thai we should deal in an artiela which wnnl
bear the most diwiint resemblnnce to S. P. Town-eDl's article !
We wish it unciersrood. becriuse it is the aAsotute truth, that
S. P- Townsend's article and old Dr. Jacob TownDend' Saretipa
rilla are henven-tride apart, and infinitely dissimilar? that ihj
are unlike in every particular, having not one single thine m
As S. P Townsend is no doctor, and never waa. is no rhara
1st, no pharmaceutist knows no more of medicina or .iimaM
than any other common, unscientific, unprofessional man, what
! guarantee can the public bve thai they are receiving a penuiiia
ecientinc medicine, containing all the virtues of the articles used
in preparing it, and which are incapable ol changes which might
L render thernthe AGENTSof Disease instead of health. .
F But what else should be expected Irom one who know? nothinf
comparatively of medicine or disease? It require a person oS
i some experience to cook and serve up even a eommoa deceat
j meat. Ifow moch more imporcan: is it that the persons wha
1 manufacture medicine tlesiirned for
WEAK STOMACHS AND ENFEEBLED SYSTEMS.
, shoo Id know well the medical properties of plants, the best man
ner of sueunng and concentratm their healing virtues, also an
extensive knowledge of the various diseases which affect the
human system, and how to adapt remedies io these diseases-
It is to arrest frauds upon the unfortunate, to pour balm irrta
wounded humanity, to kindle hope in the despairing bosom, to
restore health, and bloom, and vitror into the crushed and bro
ken and to banish infirmity that OLD DR JACOB TOWNSEND
has SOUGHT andfOLHU the opportunity and means to brine
Grand Universal Concentrated Ttm.rrTv
within the reach, and to the knowledge of ail who need 11 thai
they may learn and know, by joyful experience, it
Transcend ant Power ta Heal
STEPH. BUCKLAND, & CO., Agents,
... . Fremont, Sandusky co., O. .
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