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Th Fatkst Okwce. It Appears bjr the
annual report o the Commissioner of Patents
just printed, that during the last year there
were made 1445 new applicants for patents.
The number issued was 1,078. ' During the
same period 595 caveats were filled. The re
ceipts of the Patent during the year were
$80,752. The eipenses were 911,119 leav
ing $3,036 to the credit of the patent fund.
A meeting has been held in New York, 'the
object of which is stated to be to organize a
free trade party in the United States irrespec
tive of existing political parties, beginning in
New York, and to be followed up by exten-riino-
.-.m;w societies throughout the Union
for the purpose of advocating the policy of
abohshing t&e sysieui u "
ports for the support of the government, and
of submitting direct taxation upon the people,
upon aa equitable basis, accordiug to the taxr
able property of the citizen.
- Baltimore American.
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Shoss. It ia estimated that shoes to the
Talue. of $2,000,000 mostly manufactured in
in Massachusetts, are imported into Virginia.
Oa house in Richmond imports $150,000
worth. The trade of this one house gives
employment to 500 men in Massachussets,
besides many employed in the light work.
" Strang, the Mormon Prophet has been re
leased from his confinement at Mackinaw.
The Sheriff who had bim in custody, has other
warrants for him, and is going to take a Mili
tary force from Mackinaw to Beaver Island to
arrest him. ' "
A Devout Weaver. A weaver in Brad
ford, England, has been for soma time cm
ployed in weaving in a piece of cloth the whole
of the New Testament - He has lately com
pleted to four Gospels, and has made some
advance in the acts of the Aposll :s.
On Monday next, the Bogato steamship
carries to Chagress materials machinery, en
gineers and men to commence the Panama
In Massachussets, the late allies are repos
ing gloriously.on their laurels, and quarelling
about the proper division of the spoils.
The Cherokees, Choctaws, Creeks, and
other Indian tribes, removed from Georgia
and Mississippi, have many negro slaves. In a
abort time the tract which they.cultivate will
be surrounded with new states. Will they be
organized into a teiritory ?
The present eenBus is expected to give
Ohio a population 2,200,000. The population
in 1840 was 1,519,567.
FREMONT PRICE CURRENT.
VTwat per bushel '
-Floar per barrel...
-Cora per bushel..
Oats pec bushel... ........
Butter per poand.
Eggs pee daxen.... ........
Cheee. per poand.- .......
Vtrrt per pownd ------
JSalt per fcsrrell
Hides per pound-..--.----
"Flaxseed per bashel
-Timothy seed per btt- ..
Clowseed per fan.... .... ...
Pork per barren.
Hams smoked per pound. ....
fiesns per bushel.-..--
1'otatoe. per bwhel ......
.Onions per bushel...
t Apples green
Beeswax per pound. .
Tallow per pound
Staves Pipes per M-.
- Hhd per M
" Bbl per M
Blackwalnut I jo tuber per M . .
4 a 8
Julias; W. Pannaterts Estate.
Notice is hereby given, that Amos Fenn, has
been appointed and qualified as Administrator
on the estate of Julius W. Parmarter dec, lets of
Green Creek tp.
, Gresn Creek. Not 30, 1850 7 ? . .
Toledo, Norwalk &. Cleveland Rail
A. ,1 nr ' ' n Jg tt i i jii n: to, b ' '
Norwalk & Cleveland Rail Road Company,
held at their office of Norwalk Dec, I -, 1850, It
was resolved, that the sums subscribed to the cap
ital stock f this Company to be expended on the
Westers Section of the Road, lying between Fre
mont and Toledo, be paid into the Treasury of this
Company at this office, in enstalmenta of ten per
cent, ever sixty days from thia dale; and that no
lice ts onblib4 of said eall in some oaper at Fre
. . t. . : r .j : .r U T.I.J
mont or Toledo, or both, for the period f ttori
ayP, prior IW mr uawgi I lie ii m ui i.ir miiv.
Notice is therefore hereby given that an instal
ment of tea percent, on the Capital Stock of the
Toledo, Norwelk &, Cleveland Rail Road Com
fvany, subscribed to be expended en the Western
Section of said Road, is required to be paid to the
T reasurer on or belote the HHh d.tv or rehiuarv
RtTV" IUI Kiel hisittiuieut of ten per ceniT
every sixty days thereafter until the full amount is
paid,' . W. F. KITTR! DGE, Sec'y-
OfficeofT. N. Afc C. R. R. Com'y.
Norwalk Dec. 16, 1850. i
Saleof Real Estate by order of Court.
William Garber,. Administrator of .
. John Weaver, deceased J -
Solomon Smith, -
William Garber, et. al. . )
ON the 31st day of January A. D. 1851, between
the hoa.s of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P.
M. at the door of the Court House in the town of
Fremont, Sandusky County Ohio, will bs sold to
the highest bidder, the following real Estate as ths
property of John IVeaver deceased, to wit;
Thsesst half of the north-east quarter of section
number twenty-two, in township number fonr.
north of range number fontteen, in the county of
BasKKunty, ana auto oi unis. Also, tho south
west quarter of section number fourteen, in town
ship number fonr, north of range number fourteen,
ia ths county of Sandusky and state of Ohio, con
taining in all two hundred and forty acres .of land,
more or less.
Terms of Sale. One third in hand, one in one
year, and one third in two vears from day of sale
with interest. WILLIAM GARBER,
Adm'rsf John Weaver, deceased.
Fremont, Dee. 21, 1850..
McAlister'a All-Healing Ointment.
It is not often that we allow ourselves to speak in
praise of any of the patent medicines of the dav, bnt
owing to ths many testimonials of praise that we
bear daily concerning McAlister'a All-Healing
Ointment, we mnst needs say that for ourselves ws
bave never need or seen medicine as in name so
applicable ( this medicine. It is indeed truly as
tonishing to see what virtue is imparted in so simple
J el powerful a remedy. For burns, bruises, scalds
all diseases of the skin, and inflammations we be
lieve it has no eqaal. Call and get a pamphlet in
tba hands of agents.
Notice The Stockholders of the Fremont, Green
Springs & Republic Plank Road Company, are
notified that an assessment of 10 per cent, on their
Capital ntocK is Hereby called tor, the same to be
raid to Ezra Stoner, treasurer of said Companv. at
(. c:... Mill. An n, hfnM it,. Inik .1 .. .. f
Fsbrnar 1B5I, and every suty days thereafter until
ths whole ia paid.
Jiy order of the Board of Directors. . , t -
j , R. SMITH, Pres. f
Dee. 14 1&50V J :.. i ,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS!
Toledo, IVorwalk and Cleveland
SEALED Proposals will he received at the Of
fice of the Engineer in Fremont, until the 31st
day of December, 1850, for the Grading, Bridging,
and Masonary, on ths Western Division of said
Road, extending from ths Maomee River to Fre
mont, a distance of 29 miles. The line will be di
vided into sections of about one mile esch.
Plans, Profiles and Specifications of the work
will be ready for examination at the Engineer's Of
fice in Fremont, on and after the 15th inst. For
particulars enquire at the Companie'sOflice in Nor
walk. or at the Enuineer's Office in Fremont.
VVM. H. NEWTON. Resident Engineer.
Norwalk, Dec. Sd, 1840.
WHISKEY is now selling at 35 cents a gallon
t the Grocery opposite Mr. Betta' Store, the
same article as others are selling at 31 cents.
Also, for sale, the largest and best lot of Ham
burgh Cheese in town.
Rstsius cheaper than can be bought elsewhere,
NUTS A: CANDIES,
A large assortment; and the best Segsrs in the
Wines, Brandies, and a pure article oi noiiana
Gin, and all other articles usually kepi iu such es
tablishments, which will be sold as low aa can be
purchased IB town.
M. A. SHRENK.
Fremont, Dec. 7 1850.
DR UGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, D TE-STVFFS, dc
J. F. W00STER,
WOULD respectfully inform the inhabitant of
Fremont and vicinity, that he hae opened the
store recently occupied by Messrs. Oppenheimer,
with a good and well selected assortment of Drugs,
Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye-Stuffs, etc., which
he offers on very fair and liberal terms.
Having been engaged in the husiness for several
rears, he can assure the public, that from his expe
rience anil facilities in buying in the New Toikatid
Eastern Markets, that he can and will sell as low as
anv establishment in Northern Ohio. He will not
be undersold. . : .
Please call and examine quality and prices, and if
we don't sell yon, it will not be owing to the price
Physicians are particularly invited to call and ex
amine quality aud prices.
At J. F. Wooeter's Drug Store may be found a
choico lot of Liquors for Medicinal, Mechanical, &
Sacramental purposes. Alcohol, 4tn prooi ilranny.
Dure. Pure Juice of the Grape. Port Wine, Ma-
deria, Sherrv, &e.
Fremont Dec. 7 1850.
: KENTUCKY MUTUAL
liIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
AT COVINGTON, KY.
Guarranty Fund, $100,000 00.
W. B. ROBBINS, Pbesidest.
A. L. GREER. Vic Prcsidekt.
J. R, PAYSON, Skcre art.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
W. B Robbins, J. S. Morgan,
A. Z. Greer, J. B. Casey,
C. A. Withers, & E. Mack,
R. M. Withers, S.J. Walker.
J. T. Morchead, Solicitor.
R. Pretlore, M. I)., Physician.
J. B. Casey, . Ch'm Com on Finance.
The Terms upon which this Company intnre
Life sre peculiarly favorable to the Insured; much
mora so, it is believed, than the terms of any other
tfe insurance Companv, to wH:
The groat seeariiv afforded in a Guaranty Fund
of $100,000, $30,000 of which has been "paid in
Cash, and $80,000 secured in the safest manner,
by Bond and Mortgage of Real Estate;
Rates of Premium greatly reduced from the rates
of other Companies, and more equally graduated;
Insurance for the benefit of Married Women
Uecnre from the creditors of their husbands;
The insured not liable to assessments for losses;
No extreme hsxards taken by thia Company;
An annual dividend to all policy holders, payable
in Caso; also, additiona made to Life Policies every
Notes taken in part for premiums:
Policies issued utlon application without delay,
cansing no loss of Insurance to the parties.
Lives of either sex insured between the ages of
fonrtees and sixty, inclusive, for one year, for five
vears, or for lire. - '
The Pamphlets and Tracts published by the
Company will be fonnd to contain much valuable
information respecting the nature, principles, ap
plication, and benefits of Life Insnrancs. Also, an
examination of the plans of the other Mutual Com
panies of this country, and a foil explanation of the
plan proposed bv tins Company, together with va-
rions tables, one showing the rates of premium for
the term or life, or several Companies, compared
with tho rates of this Company, and another giving
the rates of this Compsny for all ages and terms
at which iusuraneeis made.
Pamphlets ass) Tract furnished gratis, and ap
plications rebeived and forwarded bv
JHES I KR KUUERTOM,
'-' ""' " Agent at Fremont, O.
JAMES W WILSON, Medicai Examiner.
Fremont Dec. 7. 1850.
Dr. Jacob Townsend's
rTTlHIS Medicine is made up wholly of VEG-
"- ETABLE substances, conlainsncTTDineral
substance of any kind, and is perfectly safe
and certain in its action in ttll persons, young
frr - tj'tl.
It u a mostcmcient arUcle in etiect-
ing the following purposes:
1st, It PURIFIES THE BLOOD, and cleans
es the whole system of acid, slime, worms aud bite.
2d. It is a sovereign remedv in all cases of
Chilis and Fever, and is equally good inordinary
casps of Kheninatlsm. especially
acute or iiiil.imiiiHtorv. This is
cine in Fever aud Asae Countrie. particular
tin sVmi fi wri.--tBed ill me Spring anrt
Full, it will effectually cleans the Blood and system
of bilious and olher morbid matter, and thus pre-
vM.t a hoet ol Acute and Chrome Diseases.
3d. It is a erat remedy for Liver Conip'aints
Disease of the KMneys and Urinary Organs.
4lli It acts with remarkable efficacy iu cases of
Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach. Heartburn, Sick Heud
Mches, Flatulence, or Wind, and creates a pood ap- 1
petite, by giving tone and strength to the stomach,
and-other digestive organs.
5ih.-It is equally good for Colde, Coughs,
Bronchitis, and other diseases of the Lungs and
Chest, Pleurisy, Palpitation of the Heart, &u.
bthj. It is inestimable in cases ol UmrrhcEa, U 9-
entery, and Summer Complaints, in Men, Women
7th It is a very excellent remedy far NERV
OUS DISEASES, as Tic Doloreux, or Neuralgia,
and Nervous Debility.
8th It is one or tie best medicines for all cases
of Scrofula which arises from orerieating the system-
followed by sudden cooling, from bad diet liv
ing or working in damp places; from humors left in
the system which here been produced by measles,
scarlet fever, small pox, itch, and the like. Hence
it cares Erysipelas, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Fe
ver Sores, and various Eruptive Diseases.
9th It ts also the very best NURSERY MED
ICINE for chilnren, p rent in Measles, Scarlet Fe
ver, Small Pox, Kine Pox, Rashes and Eruptions
of all kinds; and especially good for those Fevers
and Diarrliceas, or Bowell complaints which arise
0th 1th a very good DIURETIC, producing
a free and easv passage of nrine. It is also an ex
cellent DIAPHORETIC, promoting gentle per
spiration, and thus cures many cases of Dropsy.
lllh It is great in FEMALE COMPLAINTS,
especially in cases of irregular, suppressed, or defi
cient menstruation, common Floor Albus, and all
the difficulties arising from Pregnancy in all its
1 Jih It never fails to cure Costiveness and Piles
which are not of the bleeding kind, and acts gently
on the bowel Is, but neve as a harsh cathartic.
Price One loIlar per Bottle.
ICTSix Bottles for Five Dollars. ,11
Principal Office for the Western States at
169 Main street, Cincinnati, between 4th and
G. W. CALHOUN, General Agent.
For sale by
S BUCKLAND & Co. Fremont.
Dec. 4, 1850.
MCALLISTER'S All Healing Ointment, Deans
Chemical Plaster, Blake's Bitters. &c, at
Would most respectively announce to the Peo
ple of Fremont and vicinity, thai they 'are pre
pared to execute
By the tale Paris Process, entirely superior to any
taken by the old Process. It will he seen that these
Pictures possess a strength not inferior to the most
celebrated Oil Paintings, yet possessing all the
beauties of light and shude that ran be found in the
finest I i ueal engravings. The Pictures are also
made indellible. bv the Patent Gilding, which gives
them that peculiar and beautiful tone, which is seen
in no other. In fact, their beauty is past descrip
tion. Persons must examine them, to be able to
judge of their perfection. The subscriber has also
a variety of the richest
Of their own selection. Persons visiting this place,
on business or pleasere, should not neglect this rare
opportunity of obtaining for themselves and friends,
fhese inestimable mementoes.
P.S. Messrs. C. are also prepared to give Instruc
tions to any who may wish to embark in this fasci
nating vocation, which meets the most favorable
approbation aud patronage from all possessed of
cultivated taste and refinement.
Inexperienced operators can receive instrnctions
in the art of making the different kinds of Accelera
tors, Patent Gilding and general iuiroveinents.
Furnished, w.lh instructions. All of these are in
despensalilv necessary to compete with artists pos
sessing the above facilities.
Miiihlures set in Pins, Rings, Ladies1 Bracelets:
&c. Also, Daguerreotypes and Oil Paintings cop
ied with accuracy. The subscriber will remain in j
this place a fewinonths only. Their Rooms may be
found at the Franklin House.
Fremont Nov. 30, 1850. .
BR R. S. RICE.
Continues the practice of Medicine in Fremont
and adjacent country.
Oefice, ns formerly, on ront street, oppo
site Deal's new building.
Fremont, Nov. 23, 1850. 37 ,
Gold, Steel, and Quill Pens Superseded.
Each of W hyte's newlwly invented amvlga-
ted Zinc and I'latina Pens is equal to thirty
Steol Pens, and surpass all others in elastici
ty One trial will prove the lact that tliey are
cheaper and better than any other pens invent
ed. Price 3 cents each, or 25 cts per dozen.
Manufactured by R. Whyte, London, Eng.
Jacobs & Co., sole agents for the patentee for
the United states.
& BUCKLAND fe Co. sole agents for Fre
mont Sandusky county O.
Fremont, JNov, 19, 1850. df : 3 m.
Rail Road Store.
JVEYVIGOOIiS: NEW GOODS!
SECOND ARRIVAL OF
Fall and Winter
At the Railroad Store!
John P. Haynes & Son,
Dealers in everv variety of
FAXCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS!
Boots and Shoes, ffals and Cops, Ready-
Clotlunp. Hardware. Crccherv, iNails, tjrlass,
Leather, Stoneware, CC
Will not be Undersold,"
IS OUR MOTTO!
We have just receivee our third stock of Goods
for the trade of 1850, pdrchnsed at the close of the
business season, in New York city when jobbers,
to avoid wintering goods, were selling them at
manufucturers' prices, and were consequently bot
lower thau the early purchases which will enable
us to offer you
Dry Goods. Clothing. Boots & Shoes
Hats and Caps, &c, at grimly neuced pi ices. We
need not enter into hu argument to convince you
that we are selling cheaper limit other establish
ments for the fact Ihxl we have sold Two Lakgk
Stocks since June, 1850, is convincing proul that
we are selling Good Goods, and selling them low
CALL ANDJBI CONVINCED.
To the Ladies!
Finding Ladies Goods, such as Shawls, Alpac
ciis. Merinos, De Lnities. Ginghams, Prints, &c ,
Stc. , very low. we jurch sed large assortment,
which we will shII t.-jcbtv pkr cknt lower than
the same arltc.es can be sold by those who bought
Ginghnms 12 cents per yard; better than
ever before offered iu this market for that price.
Come and satisfy yourselves.
Shawls BaVState, Empire. Scotch, Brocha,
Cassiinere, anit'BhuHr Silt Shawls, which we offer
nt ET'-at barpams.
Prints, the best and cheapest assortment ever
offered from cents to one shil.ing, aud all last
colojs. If you want a dress, be sure and, cal at
TO THE GENTELMEN.
If you wish to save twe nty per cent in buying
your Clothing, Bouts and &noes, Mais ana Laps,
and have a fresh and better assortment to choose
from than ever before offered you, call at the
"HAIL ROAD STORE!"
also, if yen nre in want of any kind of Groceries,
Muslin, Leather, JNuntf, txiass, or Moneware, coiiip
und look at our stock before buyii;g.
And with the determination to sp:tre no pains to
give entire saii&iariiou iio;n 10 mir vniugp una
country trade, we cannot fait to continue to hear it
said ib it
is fhe place to buy "Goods as is Goods-,"
Remember the place -North Store, itnckland's
Brick Block, and the Motio, "We will not be Uu
P. S Wanted in exchange for Cash or Goods,
10,000 bushels Wheat, Oats, Com, Rye, Barley,
&c dried Frith, Flat seed, Hides, Sheep Pelts,
Coon skins, White Beaus, Rags, &b-
Nov. 23, 1850.
BY a late Law, Congress Uas granted Bounty
Lands to all officers and privities whos-ivri in
the War of 18 1 J, Florida ami Mexican Wat s, ;trd
Indian Wars since 1790, according to their term oi
service, or their widows or heirs in rase ofde uh.
The subscriber is iu possession of all necessary
papers and information requisite to obtain these war
rants, and tenders his services for this business.
C. EDGKRTON, AtVy at Law.
Fremont, Oct. 19. It50 32:ff
1 0TILI0 PARTIES.
Messrs Cfohaugh tnkea this method of notifying
the citizens of Sandusky and adjoining coun
ties, that they have located in Fremont for the com
ing winter, and are prepared to furnish Music to
dancing parties on the most favorable terms.
Fremont Nov. 30, 1850.
Rebecca Crnudal's Estate.
NOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber has
been appointed and qualified as Administrator
on the estate of Rebecca Crandal, dec, late of
Townsend Tp, Sauduskv Countv, O.
Townsend Tp.. Nov. 30, 1650.
HULLS Trusses. Double &. Single, Abdominal
Supporters, Shoulder Braces &c. at
jm w n
LEATHER, TIN, ASD
AT THE SIGN OF THE
Padlock & Stove!
In the Store formerly occupied by E. N. Cook,
Kenrly opposite the New Bank.
THE SBBSCRIBERS take this opportunity to
say a word to the citizens of Sandusky and
neighboring counties. You have no doubt long
felt tho necessity of having a Hardware establish
ment in Fremont, where can be found an assort
ment of goods necessary for nearly every branch of
business! Seeing this, we have come among you.
with aa good au assortment of Hardware of all de
scriptions as can be found iu any town west of the
city of New York. From a long connection with
the business, our facilities for buying American
goods direct from tfte manufacturers, thereby sav
ing commission to agents, wilifgive us the advant
age of selling over general country dealers, as we
are disposed to Bell goods at a small advance above
cost. Wn shall be the better able to do so, as we
hare concluded to adopt the cash cystem. We will
take any thing the fanner has to offer in the way of
produce, and pay the highest market price in Cash
or Goods. Among our extensive assortment, may
be found the following articles, viz:
FOR FARMERS' USE .
Shovels, spades, hay
wire aud ok tips.
Spring bellows, steel
yards, oven mouths, and
wheel heads, & sives.
Chopping axes, crow
bars, grind stones and
rollers, aud pick axes.
Nail9 and iron, and all
th e necessary imple
ments for farmers' use.
forks, manure forks, po
tatoe hooks, hoes, and
Scythes, grain craoies.
scythe snaths, rifles, rub
stones, hay rakes, and
Corn shelters, plows,
and fanning mills.
Rope, bedcord, twine,
mers, sledges, bellows,
stocks and dies, pliers
Hand, panel, np and
Masons' trowels, cal
lipers and rules.
German and cast steel
mill and X cat saws.
Circular saws, web
saws, and key hole do.
Bevels, and squares, saw
setts, and cutting pliers.
Braces and bits, augurs
and gimblets, augur bits.
and hollow augurs.
Broad axes, hatchets.
hammers and addzes.
Plane Irons, gauges.
compasses and gouges.
rentier, mortice, tur
ning chisels, ana turn
Taper, mill, flat, half
round, square, and round
Wood rasps, half round
and flat, horse rasps.
Wrenohes, back saws,
frames and stretchers.
Coopers' tools; an as
sortment of Barton's best
Tanners' tools; and
brushes, paint mills.
HOUSE & CABINET TRIMMIXGS,
American door lock of
Butts and screws.bolts.
rnbboard ketches and
Buttons. Cubboard, till,
chest and trunk locks.
Brads, tacks, finishing
nails, rivets, hooks, sta
ples and hasps, strop,
hook, table and blind
Mahogny and miner
al drawer knobs, bell
pull, door knockers and
every description wtin
silver plate, mineral and
brass knobs, at manu
lirHfs and iron pattern
blind fastenings and self
Hlake's patent thumb
latches, stop latches,
knob & rim latches.
and screw pullies, sash
fasteners, shutter screws
Leather and Findings,
Sole and upper leather,
knives, long sticks.
kip skins,, french and
common, calf skins,
Steel tacks, ran files,
stitch markers, brush &
morrocco, roam, lining
and binding skins.
Roll biuding, galloon
Lnsls and pegs, shoe
binding and webbing.
ShoH thread, wax,
measuring tapes & size
hammer, pincers, pun
ches and rasps,
fegging and sewing
awls, pat. helves, com
french wheels, peg
markers, collices, stn'ps
last hooks and boot irons
mon do, sand stone,
sparables, gum, kit files,
shoulder sticks, shoe
of ail descriptions.
SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKERS.
A full assortment of
Buckets, rings, terrets,
pad hooks, swivels, cock
Tools, hammers, pin
cers, punches, patient
leather compasses, pink
inir irons, rein rounds.
eyes, breecning loops,
snaffles, mull & ring bits
seat awls, needles and
awls, pattent channelers
splitting knives & all
Breast & rein snapps,
pad screws, ornaments,
brass revets & nails, ro
se Its. martingale rings,
& all the trimmings nec
essary for a harness.
olher necessary tools.
Haines pad trees,
blind irons, saddlers silk,
rein &- girt web.
Carriage makers and Blacksmiths.
Iron axels, steel springs
wagn boxes, rnaleable
iron, & carriage bolts.
Brass & silver hub
bands, sand bands, dash
frames, & seat handles.
Pattent leather, pat.
cloth, satinet!, damask,
broad & narrow lace,
& lace tacks.
Stump joints, carriage
bows, top irons, mora
rub cloth, curtain frames
& carriage lamps, iron
& steel horse shoes &
horse nails, raBpsand all
the necessary tools for
blacksmithing and wag
Brittania brass, pla
all sizes, chain pumps
ted, iron, japd, tin and
A beautiful assort
ment of Phosgene & so-l.-.r,
stand lamps, cain
phene & oil side & sus
pended lamps, & mantle
Knives & forks, pen
& pocket knives, carv
ing Kiiives, steels, butch
er & bread knives &
Cords & tassels, slides
& rollers for curtains,
curtain pivs & bands, a
fine stock of the latest
styles win dowshades &.
t:imitsk for curtains.
Scissors & shears, ra-
fjruns, donb'e oc sin
gle barrel shot gnne, ri
fles, pistolr, powder, shot
percussion caps, powder
horns, game bags, shot
pouches, &' guu trim
Cohee mills, paint
mills, skates, sad irons
4 tailor's goose.
Brushes of all
Sives, cards, curry
combs, tea, hand, cow,
& sleigh bells, wire
cloth & braie keltles.
J appatied ware, an
zors, bnltaiiia tea ot cof
Gate latches -& hing
fee pots, snuffers & trays
brass & iron andirons,
shovel & tongs.
es, & foot scrapers, and
a general assortment of
Pumps & lead pipe of j
We would call the at
tention of farmers and
others to our fine stock
of cook & parlor stoves
consisting of farmers air
tight, mechanics, west
ern & premium, & iron
Parlor, Irving, thears
fancy, open front, cot
tage, fheet iron & box
stoves, beautiful styles
all of which we will sell
at as low prices as any
establishment inthe state
An assortment of tin
ware constantly on hand
& manufactured to or
der. Tin conductor & cave
Eng & Russia stove
pipe, zinc, sheet iron &
Stove trimmed with
tin or cooper.
Job work done nt the
shortest notice, and iu
(he neatest and most
Don't forget the place; in Tyler's
block, opposite the new Bank, at the sia;n of
the mummoth Pad-lock and Stove.
CAN FIELD &. MITCHELL.
Fremont, Nov. 23d, 1850. ly.
Estate of William Preston,
"TOTICE si hereby given that Margaret Preston
X i has been dutv appointed and qualified, as A
tninistratrix on the Estate of William Preston, late
of Ottawa County deceased. All persons in teres
ted will govern themselves accordingly.
MARGARET PRESTON, Admix.
Harris Township Ottawa Co. Nov. 7th 1850
Bulletin No. 1
1 GLORIOUS NEWS FROM
The Iteturas are all in, mid
IS declared elected. The majority for Head Quar
ters will range from
10 to 200 tons 0 the most splendid
variety of Goods that were ever wafted np the San
dusky River. After so close a contest, thisip prub-
abty (he greatest victory ever won ny monai man.
The news was telegraphed from Siinriusky city, on
Tuesday evening, and we immediately charter
ed the steamboat Islander for three, per-
hnps four trips. "AU aboard passengers free."
Mm is the sole Agent for the People's Line,
THROUGH BY DATtlGnT WITHOUT LANDING !
Having secured a Tremendaus Low Frtif;ht,
by shipping our entire line of Goods in connection
with the Old Establishment in Elvria, aud by way
of Oswego, al about one half the usual
Prices paid by small dealers,
who ship by BufTttlo. ' And having mqny 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 50000 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
0 ash. shall be Refunded.
20.000 pounds best Eastern orWheeling Nails,
at S4 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 slock of Ready-Made CLOTHING, is
probably the largest in North-western Ohio.
We have prepared our sooth room for ths exclusive
sale of Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, and Ready
Made Clothing For the Ijadics we have a
large line of
WINTER DRESS GOODS,
And we can sell them splendid new style de Laines
at lzj cents per yard.
Real Scotch Ginghams at Is. some for less.
Plaid Prints at 1 cents ; 100 peices at 6i cents,
and we will warrant the cloth to have beeu worth
more money before they ever went into the print
We can 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 Count!
In all ages and sections of the conntry, it has been
customary for people after sailing nnder one class
of Colors until they become old and tattered, to take
another 'tack.' In future we shull make a special
charge for all vetbatim Circulars copied from Head
FOB ALMOST ETEBT ARTICLE,
Brought to this Market by the Farmers.
Head Quarters, )
Sept 26th, 1850.
Stand from Under!
BOOTS AND SHOES!
fire on the FaWT
TOPPING Sc WEGSTEIN,
ARE just receiving a 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 and coarse
BOOTS & SHOES.
Ladies Enameled Lace and Polka Boots; Eiiam
eled Excelsiors and Buskins, and a great variety of
& uppers ann i ies oi the best style lasting, Mo
rocco and cilf
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 and coarse
boots and shoes.
A general assortment of Ladies; Gents, and Mis
India Rubber Boots and Over Shoes.
Also, a large stock of Leather and shoe Findings,
which we would be glad to have our city and coun
try shoemakers exr.mine.
Boots and Shoes from measure.
Our town and country customer can have boots
and shoes made to order at our shop. We have
secured the eervices of several experienced work
men, especially for this branch of our business, and
anv work entrusted to us will be warranted to FIT,
and of GOOD STOCK.
J South Store in Tyler block at the
imafthe hut BOOT. JFf
Fremont Oct. 5,
Fall and Winter Goods!!
It is now universally admitted that
STORE is the place to buy Good and cheap
Goods aud as lie has opened one of the largesi
stocks brought to this market, he would say to his
old customers, and all who make Fremont a trad
ing place, to call and examine, bearing in iniudthal
no establishment in the
STATE OF OHIO!!
shall undersell him in any one article. His stock
consists iu part of
B B K 9&T B- 2 O as Si 9
Plnin and fancy Alipaco, Thihnt clolh'. Muslin d
Lain, Cashmeres, Ginghams, 500 pieces oi calicoe
warranted fast colors. Broad cloth, Cassaineres.
Satlinelts, Tweeds, Jeans, Bed Ticking, Flannels,
bleached and brown Sheeting, t'otton yarns & bats.
Of every description.
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
Sole and Upper leather. Faints and Oils, Dye atuff.
IRON, NAILS AND GLASS, dc, dc
In short, he would sar that his assortment is
complete, and that he is prepared to give those who
will favor him with a call a grand Deneni.
Alt kinds of produce taken in exchange for goods.
Fremont, Oct. 26, If50.
THE Common Schools in Fremont, will open
for the reception of pupils ou the first Monday
It is directed by the Boaad of Education that un
til further notice the pnpils 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
Urn earliest posible time.
Bv order of the Hoard,
HOMER EVERETT, Sec'v.
Fremont, Sept. 21. 165028:3
CARPENTERS con find Hand-saws, Draw
knives, steel Sqnsres, try Squares, plane irons.
Nail Hammers, Hatchets. &c. of the best quality al
Hatces' Cheap Store.
Since the Great Explosion and
Blow up at Sleaa 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, in addition
to his old friends and patrons who
by their patronage rendered
Celebrated tliroudiout Sanduskv county,
as the most favorable place to buy their Goods.
HE WILL STILL CONTINUE
At his Old Stand on tbe Turnpike,
Opposite Wbyler's Tavern.
In his assortment will be found
B BLACK, Brown. Blua and Mixed clolh, black,
mixed and fancy cassimeres, blue, black, and
mixed saliiielts, Kentucky jeans and tweeds cloth,
red, white and Yellow flannels, red and blue plaid
cloaking, gimps, fringe, calicoes, pjmghame, 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
jfird. Bleached and brown
Shirtings, Canton Flannels,
Ribbons, Black Silk for Dresses,
Sewing Silk, Checks, Vestings,
Twist & thread, Comforters,
Cohoe's Shirts and Drawers,
Cotton Yarn, Carpet Warp,
Carpeting, and almost every description of
Dry uoods that are kept in the Western Country.
Tea, coffee, en gar, pepper, spice, ginger, nutmegs,
cloves, cinnamon, starch, ealraratus.
madder, indigo, alum. &c. .
Crop-cnt, mill, hand aud wood -sa we; cross-cut,
mill, and hand-saw files; Sweed' iron,
fiat and round bars; cut and wro't . -.
nails; band & hoop iron;
cast, spring, fc
American steel; Ames
shoveln. hay and tnanur forks;
nail rod?: 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, dtc; all of the
above articles will be sold cheap for Cash, er ex
changed for Wheat, Corn, Oats, Rye, Timothy,
Clover rr Fax-seeds, Hides. Sheep pelts, Butter,
Lard, Eggs, Tallow and Wax.
j5F" Don't let those Shylocks around where
the large flags hangout, make you believe tha.t
their stores are branches oi Ulmsted s tstaD
lishment, it is only gammon. Olmsted's Store
is still on THE TURNPIKE, and Olmsted is
there himself, to supply his friends.
Fremont, October 5, 1850
AGLET'S Gold Pens and Pencils for sale
cheap, at S. BucsLiSD & Co's.
ARRANTY, Mortgage, and Qnit Claim
Deeds for sale at the
BE.'J.4MI MEEKER. 8
PE RF U ME R T! '
ROSE Hair Oil, Ox Marrow,
Bear's Oil Maccassar Oil,
Bandoline Fixatrice, Philocomb, V
Cream of Roses and Lilys, ,
Cologne, Rose and Lavendar Water, &c tc,
just received, at bucklasd a.
THE STORE and WARE-HOUSE now occn
Died bv E. N. Cook, in Fremont. Possession
given the 6lh October next. Apply to
R P. BUCKLAND.
Fremont. Sept. 12. 1850. - - 83
CI P. Townsend's Sarsanarilln, Old Jacob's Do
O.Massing do., in two quart bottles, only 1 per
bottle. Javnes Familv Medicines; Osgood's ludia
Cholagogue; Perrv Davis's Pain Killer; Rrant's
Medicines; Muffatt's Life Pills fc Phoenix Bitters;
Avres Cherrv Pectorsl: Trask's Magnetic Oint
ment and almost everv Patent Medicine of the
at ' WOOSTER'S.
TlROF. Bamee's Tricopherone, for restorinir
L Baldness; Phalon's Chemical Hair Tnvigorator
a beautiful article, at WOOSTER'S
TOOTH Brashes, Hair Do. Hat Ho. Clothes Do,
a-r PAT'S T- S,
INT Brushes, Varnish do, Striping do. , Oil &
Lead, Copel varnish c. at
COB LITER OIL.
T Y the Biitlle or Gallon, warranted pure at
LANK BOOK-, full hound Ledgers, Journals,
Dockets, Cash and Invoice books, at
IASH paid for Land Warranip,at
SILKS, sitins, a'pa,5. lawns, ginghams, dec.
all qualities and prices at HT5s.
ODFISH of superior quality at
liATKKS IJHKAP STORK.
Neck and Pocket
ZEPHT R WORSTED patterns, Canvas. Board
YOUNG Hvson Tea of superior quality at
MONROE'S Tonic, a certain cur. for Fever
and Ague for sale only at
S. BCCKLAND & Co'S.
P and Tanner's Oil at
F.AP PUBLICATIONS. A choice lot of
arper & Brother's, just received at
HARRELR Common, Witeli mirt Fine Gray
Piaster, just rvc-ircil. and foreile by
S. BUCKLAND & CO.
Fremont, Octobt-r 19, 1(550.
PERM aud Lamp Oil A first rate article for
sale at b. .buck:. and cz Cu b.
THE public nre cautioned against, and requested
not 10 purchase, a promtsory Note, executed o)
Lyman Ames, by Victory Haight and Henry Wey
rough, atm-iviting to Eighty dollars, payable three
iiicutUs alter date, ond bearing date, Oclrbei 23rd,
1850, as stiid Note was obtained by improper means,
and no nalu1 has been received tor said Nolt-, for
which reason its payment will be contested.
VICTORY 1'A G'lT.
nnnniiiv of good Hickory ond Ash Yood
II be laUiu gu subscription at the
$andnsky County, Ohio. ' '''
Weaving and Cloth-Dressing dune in uU stylet.
and colors, superior to any thing , '
t the State.' . '
THE subscriber rinding that Wool had rises in
pries beyond the manufactured Goods intends
to stop the manufacture of woolen goods and font
all the hands and machinery at eostom work, saehv
as weaving Cassimers, Cloths. Satinetls. Linssrs..
r tanneis, ana coloring end uressing customers', M
cloths, in all their various styles, superior to any
tning neretuiore attempted. -
He lias erected a drying house 1UU fret in length.
capable of drying 20(1 yards of cloth per day, beside.
the out door bars. Ileuses falling stocks to full ,
ith, and other machinery sufficient to finish 300 ' .
yards of cloth per day. The machinery and hand. "':
will all be employed in weaving and dressing cloli, 7'jr
for customers during the season. He has all ths
different machines for dressing cloths .
Tbat are used in Xcw England Factories,
such as Napping, Teaseling Shearing and Brushing t
Machines, jvhich were bought in vvooster, nflassa-
chtiffett), and are in the best of order. The work- "
men employed in his Manufactory, have served f-7
regular apprenticeship in Maasachasetts, and work" r )
ed in the above business from 5 to 20 years. . And, . .,f,
with his eariT and long experience in the mannrac-
tiiriug busiuess, and by strict personal attention to 1
the same, hopej to receive a liberal share of th
He has the FRE2TCH METHOD of Cot- e
ormg and uses no Copperas or Vttrtol, -hioming
the same to be injurious to th cloth.
He will warrant all of his' work, '! " r n
both as to manufacture, colors and finish. '
Prices per vard for finishing- Cloths Is 6di Cos rj
imersls6d; Flannels Is; Salinells 14c; ijusejs
is; to luu du.
Prices for weaving on Power Loom Cloths fiv. .
qnarters wide 8c; Cassimers five quarters wide 10n 7
r lannels lour quarter, wide 7c. . ..
Prices per yard for weaving and finding Chain
Satinetts 15c; Linseysl. t
All the cloth woven will be returned ihev'
leave the loom, or finished at the above; price, as
customers may direct. ' ,
He has made Arrangements
with the following persons at the places mentioned.
to receive yarns and cloth, and deliver the sumo ,
when returned. All yarns and cloth left with thee. .
persons will be taken and returued everv two week,
throughout the season; '
O. L-Nims, Head Quarters, Fremont
Baker's Store Castalia, '
Chapman &Harknesa, Bellevne! -; '
Shoemaker & Osden, Republic.-. n
Silas D. Boalt, Mexico. ' . ;
M. Brackley, McCutciiensville. '
J. Swagart & Co, Oregon. ;; ''
Parker & Shawan, Carey. ' ' -
Adam Battelfeld, Springville. - - ; 1
C. W. Foster & Son, Rome. r
E. VV. Thomas, Risdon. . --
Wm. Heller, Van Buren, - . more. I
Arnold & Grey, Crowell & Burns, Mell-"
Henry Haskins, Portageville. ' . -W.
Bradner, Millgrove. - - i i J
George Bautchtell, Freeport, ;'- "
J.Eaton fe Co., Rollersville. -":
C. Powers, Wooodville. "
B. Caushan, Port Clinton. - 1 s
- v P. C. DEAN.
Ballville, Sandusky Co. O. August 3, J850 21 -
A large and spleudid stock of
Fashionable Fall and, Winter Gpods,.j
JU3T RZCXITED FROM SKW YORK AUD BOSTO.,.,' ;-
Purchased almost entirely with C ASH I ci
In the month of August, themost favorable ssaaonv
IS NOW OFFDRED at tho VERY LOWEST
PRICES, for Cash, or Country Produce...; ;
These Goods were selected with great care3
in regard to quality and price, and cannot fail to. :
Suit all who will please to examine them 4
AH the latest styles of J;..;;x,ij
Ladies' Dress Goods, ,? -
Kibbofis, ; . si
, Shawl?,. : '-'j"" . " .f
. Bonnets, .. - .: !,...!
- - :'. Silks, ie. Ac-.-iiw
can be found here, and shall be told cheaper tha!
can. be had elsewhere 1 , . r,; . j
Hats, Caps, Bonnets, ; :.
Hardware, Iron, Nails, Glass, Fish,- . itW
Sole and Upper Leather, Coffee, Teas, Qilsvll
Crockery, Boots and Shoes, v :-. y.io
' Ready-made Clothing, Molasses, Sugar, x
Yankee Notions, &c, &c, . i.:.
In truth all articlea wanted in the western fcoflntryv'
can be fonnd and will bo sold without .regard ItrJ
profit for ready pay. A. B, TAYLOB-b
Fremont, Sent. 18, lf50. ,.. ... , ' .-. .i, !,
First Arrival from N, York!
Just Received by Express' , . a
Only FOUR DAYS from the City!
TtiTOUS DE LAINS and Paramettas,'
U- Black dress Silk,
" Black silk and Fancy net Lace, !
Wrought muslin Collars, . J"
Velvet Trimmings and Buttous, "
Fall and Winter Shawls, . r ' ; c
Bonnet Ribbons, &c &&, ; ' ' .
N. B. We shall have the pleasure of showing to.
The people of Fremont and vicinity,
The Largest lmri n T.iptod n-nA f hf peststock
of Goods ever opened here. . .. '; rt . -The
Ladies are invited to call mid look at th.
above Goods. J. P. HAYA'ES &. SON.
August 31). ' ,
One Cent Reward. ; . . .,
ALL persona sre forbidden harboring or trusting
Saninel Cook, an indentured apprentice to th.
Blnf-kroilhing business, who absconded from me on
the 8th ol September last, as I m'ill pay no debta of
nis conti acting from this date -0ct-2l,
1&50. JACOB F. HCLTS.
Sale of Real Estate by orfiefoT Conrtr
ON the 3 1st day of October, lr?50. between th.
hours prescribed by law, at the door of tho :
Court Honse in Fremont, in the county of Saudus-r
kv. and Plate of Ohio, will be sold lo ths highest
biddt-T the following real estate, as the properly of
Dauiel P. Na-ell, drceased, subject to the right of
dower of the vudow.lo wit: ; i .
The west half ol the south-west quarter of see-.
lion number thirty, township number nve, rang...
number thirteen, confining eighty cre. more or
less. Appraised at $4"0 Term-- Cash in hanoV
E. HUNTINGTON, Administnrto ct
September 17, lc'50 17:5 . . .. t. ;
I It A SHI TH, -.;.:
GIVES notice to lhacitizetis of Fremt-, and th
public generally, that he slill cojriiun.s tocapr
ry on the above business in all its branches and
forms. He has made additions to his stock of
Horses, Carriages, Buggies, -":
and is now prepared to accommodate alt who may
favor him with a callr Horse, aud carriage. v '--j
For- Parties or Funerals r- -
can he had at any moment..: Covered and open'
buggiea for men of buainess or pleasure, ou IW
shortest notice. . .
Riding Horses of the liest bottom,
always on hand. The strictest attention paid, so
that all who call shall be accommodated without
delay. Teams for . ' t."'-
Carrying Hassensrer. or Movers
into any part of the country, alwavs on hand.. -
Those wishing anv Jhing in the above line, will
do well to give bim a trial, as he feels confident thsy
will be satisfied, both as to teams and prices, tha
former warranted to carry ps-engers to their desti
nation in the shortest poftihlo time, and the tatter
10 be. as reasonable aa possible. By alrict attention
10 business, he hopes to merit a liberal ahara of
$tai)le Nearlv opposite Norton's Fouoitrjr.
Fremont, ... 9rl. IP50. - -
White Wood Iumber, , .1 v-,
OF all kinds and clear staff for sale T : 1
Feb. 9. O. H. FUSSELMAX.