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Sir Henry Balwer's Speech.
t"vlie Elnnerof tbe St. Andrew's Society
lo . r, on Saturday evening, an admirable
speech was made by Sir H. Bulwerin respon
se to a toast to the Representatives of the
British Government in this country. After a
happy allusion to the peculiarities of the
Scotch, under the auspices of whose patron
Saint the company had assembled and the con
nection existing between Englishmen, Scotch
men tend Americans who "could hardly be
proud of themselves without being proud of
eacri other, be continued :
He could not understand those who, to
gratify a paltry Tanity, to pamper tbe appetite
of noisy ambition, were at times willing to
create discord, and jealously, and hostility be
tween nations which were bound by every
parental, filial and fraternal sentiment to dwell
on terms of harmony and unity together,
(Cheers.) How different was the example
of which he might be reminded bv the een-
tleman near him! (Mr. Draper, President of
the. New- England bociety.) kvery one
there present knew the melancholy fate of
one of his most gnllunt countrymen, too bold
in the pursuit of science. His friends, his
countrymen, deplored his loss; all. save an
affectionate and ever hope-confiding wife, des
paired c his return, v Wh in that hour of
need earae to his rescue ? , If any one ever
doubted the feelings which ought to animate
and animate John Bull and Brother Jona
than, he felt that he had merely to pronounce
the names of Orinnell and Franklin. ' (Pro
longed cheering. - -:
Gentleman: (Sir Henry continued,) I know
that I need not remind you of the roost glo
rious feat of the arms of British troops ever per
formed on the American Continent; becuuse
amongst the most daring aud dashing in that
famous fight were the Master qLovat's kilt
ed Highlanders. - (Applause.) ;
But I may call to your recollection, that on
those lofty rocks,where the chivalry of France
end Br i tun on that day met, may now be seen
a monument, which, looking down on the
mighty river that bears the bold mariner to
the vast Atlantic commemorates in one corn-
mon epitaph, the death and glory OI Woue
and Montcalm. Often .when envying the
man, who erected this monument, his noble
thoughts, I had deemed there was an idea
nobler Still;, thftt of uniting in some great and
WU1 IAJVS IS U VlOVs) tjllb lastuu liUU SJIOSUV vt ii'4V ,
two rival Slates, which have so long contended j
for European supremacy, nnd which still, in i
spite of all the blood and treasure prodigally
lavished in their conflicts, stand side by side,
co-equal in power and renown. But if this
be the sentiment which, as an Englishman,
I sincerely, warmly, and cordially entertain to
wards, France, can I as an Englishman,
feel it less warmly, and cordially towards the
United States of America? (Cheers.) I
will not speak. -of the obligations of interest or
the ties of blood, because between England
and the United States there is a cause such
as I bare just described, which ought to bind,
which muif bind them iudissolubly together
a ause more noble than the obligations of
interest, more sacred than the ties of blood
the cause of a common creed, a common 'lan
guage, a common literature, a . common , reli
gion. (Tremendous cheering.)
Often has my heart swelled at the eloquence
of ' thaf 'sreat orator and statesman the
j . c f 1 - i
pnde and ornament of Massachusetts, when,
in language too magnificent for me to attempt
to. imitate or repeat it, he describes the might
and majesty of the British Empire, by saying
mat toera u no quarter oi me giooe in wmcn,
ataome hour of the day, the roll of the . Brit
ish drums may not be heard,, But gentleman
sensible as I am to tbe natural pride which
this allusion inspires, I deem that there is a
glory greater than that which ean be painted
by any allusion to military array" or physical
power: The glory of a moral conquest, which
must be shared by Britons and Americans,
whenever Dd the day is not for. distant
the works of Prescott arid Macauley. of Ban
croft and Hallam, of Ticknor and Ford, of
James and Cooper, of Irving and Dickens, of
Wm. C Bryant, and, may! venture lo say, of
Edward Bulwer, are read and loved through
oat every corner of this immense continent;
when, in the deepest recesses of those dark
forest, into .which the light of day cannot at
(his instant penetrate, amidst which the voice
of the .singing bird cannot this instant be rais
ed -there snail be beard, anvost y villages
and populous towns ihe smiling child lisping
forth his. infant; prayer, and the 'venerable
priest pronouncing his funenil blessing' in our
common Saxon tongue, ureal cneering.;
Am I naht in saying, then, that we Imva a
cause in common which no other true people
can have top-ether : a cause which concentra
tes itself in the-task of breathing' the Spirit
of Christianity" and civilization through, the
world with the same accent and in the same
words (Continued cheermsr.) Gentlemen
you gave my health as the representative of
Great Britain in this country. I havey there
fore,' thought it worth while to tell you the
sentiments I brought here. Hear, hear,' and
ahoeia.) . J am a dlpl&riiitlist but a uipiuma-
tist of that school which would wish to see in
scribed high over the door - of the Foreign
office in Downing street, that golden maxim
whichis the foundation of England's commer
cial greatness "Honesty is the best policy."
I am a diplomatist but one who would wish
to banish from his profession the sly whisper,
and paltry intrigue, and trust to open speech
and public opinion. .
Your President has very justly expressed
a desira that tha best relations should sub
sist between Her Majesty's Representative in
this country and the official authorities of the
TJ. S. ; Gentlemen, I cannot speak too highly
of the relations which I have hitherto with all
inch authorities. (Cheers.) With the late
Secretary of State I transacted some impor
tant affairs. I highly respect his ability.
I highly value bis friendship. (Hear.) And
if there is any statesman in the whole world
in whose opinion I should wish to stand well,
it is the statesman who at this time presides
over President Fillmore's cabinet (Cheers)
Where is there a wiser, a more honest, or a
Oore eloquent one ? (Immense applause)
But gentlemen, I will frankly tell you, 1
think it ought to be the ambition of a British
Envoy to the United States not only to con
vince the Head the State Department of his
upright intentions, but also to convince the
heart and understanding of the American
people. (Applause.) These are my opinions
do you share them ? (Loud cries of 'Yes.')
Well then let me make all of you, kub, kin
and clan, members of my legation : let me at
tach all of you to my, mission. (Loud ap
plause and laughter.) Let me induce you,
Americans, to tell the American who abuses
Great Britian, and, you, Britons, to tell the
Englishman or Scotchman who does injustice
to America, that after all, he is but "a dirty
bird that fouls his own nest." (Great ap
plause.) Let the latter tench the parents that
their just pride should be in the prospeiity of
their children ; let the former teach the chil
dren that they will never perform any wot k
worthy of posterity, if they do not honor their
ancestors. ' (Hear and cheers.) Let all prny
that If eny contest is, for the futnre, to find a
place in oar annals, it shall be no other than
that of which yonder work of art (pointing
to rn beautiful model of a steam vessel cast in
sugar before him,) appropriately reminds me :
the contest of tbe twu C's over the great sea
of Messrs. Collins and Cunard over the At
lantic (Laughter and tremendous applause)
- a contest which has for its friendly object,
to bring the thoughts and feeling, of one of
the great divisions of the world, within tbe
shortest possible spr.ce of timejnto communi
cation with those of the other. (Loud and
The subscribers have just received
Decidedly the Largest and Best selection of
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History of the Girondists; Life tff Franklin;
Mrs. Breimer's NvpU. complete iu one vol;
Harper's Faintly Librun, 34 volumes;
do School District Library, 150 volumes;
do Claincal Library, 20 volumes
Swan's Treatise; . Sevan's Miscellany;
Webster's Dictionary, nnHbrideed
do do Liirge, revised;
do- do University edition;
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United States Dispensatory, late edi:on:
1 Ehtrl ': Prnrliftf: . F.berlee's Thernneulics:
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j Hooper's Dictionary;
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j Ray'iyAdam, Smith's, Davis', Dabol's and Per
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Smith's, Olonev's Morse's and Parley' Geogra
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Any quantity of Fools Cap. and L-lter Paper
plain and ruled. Gilt Edged and Lnibossed;
Letter Envellopes. of all kinds and styles.
CALL AND SEE! At
-. lar r sb 9
Buck land's Brick Block.
S. BIXKLAAM fc CO.
Fremont, July, 1P.50 17
New Drug Store.
S. BUCKLAND & CO.:
Drugs, PainU, Oils, Dye-stuffs, Glass-ware,
Phosgene Gas and Lamps, dec, vc
rTIHE aubseribers have just opened a large stork
I of the above articles, which with their former
; stock complete." the largest and beat assortment ever
i bron(;nt FrrI11,)t oricil,itv
ALL OF WHICH ARE WARRANTED.
Physicians are respectfully requested -lo call
and examine or articles ol Urnos and Chemicals
a we are determined tli:tt Frkmokt hall bk tuk
TQWX TO BCTT GoODS CHEAP. -
All nnr merchants say they are selling Goods
Clit,Ar.n. than thev can ne lionstit in banduskr,
Tiffin, or any here else in these 'Difgi ns' and ara
; t - JJetermmid not to be ortldoae
by them in the way of LOW prices.
Ur Codntrt Dkalrrs, will find it to their ad
vantage to buy of us any articles in our line, as wi
are sure ice ean save them the transportation
; PAINTERS and MECHANICS,
asing Paists of any kind who wish Good Ab.tici.ks
can be supplied at the smallest possible advance
from cost. While Ijead pnre JL.itra, rv. l.dry
and gronnd in oil. Chrome Telloiv, Chrome Green,
Paris Green, Red Lead, Lampblack, Litharge,
Varnish, Linseed Oil, warranted to dry Turpen
tiue, &c, Brushes of all sizes and kinds, at
20 per cent, cheaper than ever.
GIVE US A CALL,
S3T Sign of the Big Mortar.
Fremont, Sandusky co. July fi. 1850 17
NEW STOCK! NKW PUICES!!
WOULD inform the public that ho has resumed
his business at his old stand, oil Croghuil St.,
and having hud the oportunity of seeing and getting
All the Latest Fashions from East and West
and hitviug brought on an assortment of the
- FIKEST WOODS, VENEEIUNGSj,ifc.,
he is prepared to furnish his old customers, and as
many new ones as can cru-.vd into his ware rooms,
with the most splendid lot of ' .
Mahceony. Rosewood and Blackwalnut
F C B 31 I T II B E,
Of every kind -from the Cradle to the Coffin.
As to prices, he is determined
. . NOT TO BK CKDBiiSOLiIh
He is hold to suv that he cun offer von BETTER
BARGAINS and BETTER WORKthaii vou ean
get west of BulFalu; he has on laud, and is making;
All kinds of BEDSTEADS,
on JScto and improved Plans;
snch as Lewis' Patent, Fowler's P-.teul, &c, dec.
Do not fail to give him a call.
QZr He has got up a good tleatse, and will attend
funerals in lown or country.
Fremont, August 10, 1650.
To Former Compatriots in Arms.
My Brother Officer and Soldier:
No more let Patriots declnre.
That, 'Republic's ungrateful an-,
ror you and 1, who fought and bleu
And for the tJcirs ot the brave ueau
Our Country has provision made.
The Land Bill, bite 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)
brom Maine to colden Kallr-lorny.
Just call on me, And yet your Land
l am your servant to command.
I rue ns the needle to the pole
So true you'll find
LAKU AtiJiM CliUWJiLL.
Fremont, Oct. 19. 1850.
SELEC T SCHOOL,.
A Sklkct School, will be opened in Fremont bv
Rev. F. S. Whits, on
Monday, October 15th.
The Terms &c. will be made known on application
to hint. He wilt give special attention to those who
wish lo prepare themselves for teaching. Scholars
from abroad will lind the expense of attending this
school no greater than that of attending the public
schools of the town. The advantages will in all
rstects be at l-ast equal lo Ihose of nnv other
8chont and in some respects superior, on acconnt of
the litniled nnmler of sfholars.
Fremont, Oct. 5, 185(130:3
I PHE Board of School Examiners, for this Coun
X ty, will assemble on Saturday, Oct. I9th, at
the School Room of F. S. White, in the basement
of the Methodist Church, at 2 o'clock, P. M The
sessions of the Board will be held at the same place,
on sucessive Saturdays, at the hour mentioued
above, for eight weeks. Bv order of the Board.
F. S. WHITE, Clerk.
Fremont, October 12, 185031:8
FARHIJiG IiAXIKS fcOH SAIiE.
rfnHE SUBSCRIBER will sell the follow--Sl
ing described Farming Lands on the
most reasonable terms both as to price nnd
8ANDCSKY COUNTY : 8AVDUSKY TOWNSHIP.
R. Tp. Sec Acres
15 5 23 s part s e qr ) kn'n asday town
" " 28wptneqr j improved 139
" " 17 seqrofseqr 40
" " SiOswqrneqr 40
" " " e hlf nw.qr 80
" " 82 e qrsw qr -80
" ' lis fraction se quarter 32
" " 13 sw fraction 135
" " 13 w part nw quar 80
" " 14 e part fraction 92
" " " south part fraction 1 1
' " 23 north part north east quar 73
" 24 north part north west quar 78
" 28 south east fraction 106
" 36 east hlf north west quar 80
" " - west hlf north cast quar 80
A number of the above tracts of land are
improved and within one and two miles of
r re mon t
R. Tp. Sec. Part Acres.
14 6 25 north hlf south east qr 80
" " 2fl north west quarter 160
. west hlf north east quarter 80
" " " north east qr south west qr 40
" " 27 ' north half . 320
" " " north east qr south west-qr , 40
" " 28 east half , 320
" '- " north west quarter 160
" " " north hlf south west quar 80
" " 29 east half 220
" " 32 north half noth east quar 80
" " 30 south east south west qr frac 49
" " 32 south half south east quar 80
" " 33 south west quarter 160
west hf souln east quar g0
" ' 34 west hlf south west quar 80
"5 31 north east quarter 160
" " 8 frac exc se qr a exc ne qr 109
" " 9 " west hlf south west qr )
" " 19 " west hlf north west or i
" Maumee Road Tract No. 121 )
This tract has about 40 acres improved. J 138
R- Tp. Sec. Part. Acres.
13 4 20 south east qr north eastqr 40
" " " east hlf south east qr 80
" " 35 south east qr north east qr 40
, east hlf south west quarter 80
" " 36 north east qr north west qr 40
" 15 sonth east qr north east qr 40
R. Tp. Sec. Part. Acres.
13 6 10 west hlf south east quar 80
west ,f .(! east qUar go
" " " 9 east hlf south east quar 80
" " 8 north west quarter 160
' " " east hlf south west qr 80
" "' : 9 west hlf north east qr 80
" " "10 north east qr north west qr 40
" " " east hlf south east quarter )
10 acres improved, and log house. J
" " 15 north hlf north east quar 80
" " " north hlf south east qr 80
" " " south hlf south east qr 80
" " " south west half 160
" " ' south hif north west qr 80
" " " north east qr north west qr 40
" " 17 sou Hi hlf north ecst qr 80
" " 22 north hlf north west qr 80
" " " south hlf noth west qr 80
" " " north hlf south west qr 80
north hlf north east qr 80
" " 25 north west qr north west qr 80
16 5 17 west hlf south east qr 80
BALL VILLE TOWNSHIP.
R. Tp. Sec. Part ' Acres.
15 4 1 n e pt nnd i of 50 acres improved
" " 27 west hlf southeast quarter 80
GREEN CREEK TOWNSHIP.
16 4 17 north hlf north east quarter 80
J. north west qr south east qr
10 acres im Droved.
north west quar )
50 acres improved. )
east hlf south westqr
west hlf south eest qr
west hlf north east qr
east hlf north west qr
16 5 23
" " 21
south west hlf north west qr SO
north hlf south westqr 80
east hlf south eastqr 80
north west qr north east qr 40 I
west hlf south west qr 80 f
as Bowsan farm, 60 acrs impro'd J
15 6 25
. at ( tt
4 t U
" " 26
16 " 30
16 6 30
tt tt i
tt tt tt
north east qr south west qr 40
north west qr south east qr 40
north east qr north west qr 40
west hlf s e quar
north hlf n w quar
4 south hlf s e quar
r 5 south east qr s w qr
6 south cast quar
11 south hlf n w quar
north hlf s w quar
1 north west quarter
23 s e quar s e quar
1 north hlf n w quar
7 1 west part
south east quar
south hlf n e quar
2 north hlf s e quar
8 32 south part n e quar
35 south hlf s w quar
30 south west quarter
14 6 6 north east quarter
east hlf n w quar
north hlf s w quar
north hlf s e quar
south c quar s e quar
7 1 north w quar frac
south hlf n e quar
2 east fraction
south hlf n w quar frac
cast hlf s w quar
3 west hlf fraction
north east quar frac
north hlf s e quar
4 north hlf fraction
north hlf s e quar
13 7 17 south hlf
east hlf n w quar
14 23 north hlf
6 13 north east quarter
14 south hlf
14 north east quarter
15 11 south half
12 north east quarter
north hlf s w quar
north hlf s e quar
13 south half
north hlf n w quar
28 south half
32 north hlf
34 north hlf
35 north hlf n w quar
7 30 south half
32 west half
north east quarter
83 north half
R. T. Sec.
13 7 21
t tt tt
60 acres improved
30 south w qr n w qr frac 39
14 4 north hlf s w quar 80
5 south east quarter 160
6 south west quarter 156
8 31 south hlf n e quar 80
north hlf s e quar 80
7 6 north w quar s e quar 40
7 north east quar 160
north hlf n w quar 78
8 south west quarter 160
10 north hlf s e quar 80
12 south half 320
13 north east quarter 160
north hlf n w quar 80
north w quar s e quar 40
north e quar 8 w quar 40
14 north east quar 160
north hlf s e quar 80
15 west half 320
south east quarter 160
' 6 - 7 north e qr s w qr frac 44
- ; 21 south hlf s w qurr , 80
south w quar n w quar 40
north e quar n w quar 40
7 5 north hlf s w quar 80
Rv T. Sec Part. Acres.
9 4 5 south half 320
7 west half fraction 319
18 north w quar fractiou 159
7 6frc 24 north half 320
11 .13 whole fractional 382
14 do do 270
12 4 22 60uth hlf s e quar 80
United states Reserve at Perrysburcb, un
divided two thirds of the west half south east
quarter, 54 acres; and undivided two thirds
south west quarter.
R. T. Sec. . Part Acres.
13 2 1 west half s e quar 80
east hlf s w quar 80
10 west hlf s e quar 80
east hlf n e quar 80
11 west hlf n w quer 80
12 north hlf n e quar 80
14 5 west hlf n e quar 80
north 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
It. P. BICKLAXD
FREMONT, Sandusky co. Ohio
. April 13, 1850.
- CHEAPER YET!!
Stoves ! Stoves ! !
New Store Store in Fremont, Ohio!
TH E subscriber is just ' receiving at his shop ou
Main street, one door south of O. L. Nim's
store, any quantity of
PREMIUM, NIAGARA, HOT-AIR,
Hathaway's improved Ten Plate and Box Stoves,
and better than all, Wilkson'a & Co.'s
Principal Patents in 1837, '38, '42, '47, & '49.
The proprietors of this Cooking Stove, with en
lire confidence, claim for it the merit of being the
very best in the world, either as to economy, conve
nience, or durability. Call and examine it, and sat
I offer the above lot of Stoves at a small advance
above cost, and with every variety of
Tin, Copper and Sheet iron Ware,
and tt'ill furnish on reasonable terms,
Eave-trovgh Gutter and Conductor Pipe,
and all articles in my line warranted to be what I
represent them. , . r '
Farmers, Merchants and others are invited to
call before purchasing eUewhere, as 1 am deter
mined to make it an. object for them to do so. I
will ulsopay a fair price lor all ki:ids of merchanta
For any quantity of Sneep Pelts.
O. H. FCSSELMAN.
October 13, 31-6m.
COME IN, WE CALL YOU!
NEW FIRM, NEW GOODS, AND
PEASE & ROBERTS,
H HAVING taken the old stand of J. R. Pease,
and purchased the entire stock of Pease &
Roberts, are uow having it replenished with the
latest and most desirable patterns of
COOK, HALL, PARLOR,
Air-Tight, Six-Plate and Box Stores,
ever offered in this market, which will be sold at
Wholesale or ltctail;
tosnit purchasers, and for which we will take your
Hides, bums, Kags, Beeswax, 1 allow, &c.
Old Stoves bovght and sold, or exchanged for
Give us a call. Don't forget the place, Pease's
Brick Block No It at the sign of the Stove.
ri. IS. ror particulars call at our establish meat;
Femout, Sept. 29, 1849.
Lester Vandercook's Estate.
ALL persons indebted to the estate of the late
.Lester Vandercook, are hereby notified that
immediate payment must be made to the under
signed, or costs will be made.
A COLr.8, Administrator.
Fremont, May S5. 1850. 11
WEEDS' and Pittsburgh Iron at
WHITE LEAD. Pnre. Extra. No. 1. Dry
and ground in Oil, for sale cheap, at
BIBLES. A large lot of Family Bibles from
$ 1 50 to $6. Also, Pocket, Clasp, Tuck, and
Polyglot! Bibles and Testaments at
NY quantity of good Hickory and Ash Wood
L will be taken ou subscription at the
36 east half 8 w quar
26 south west quarter
west hlf s e quar
- 6. 11 east part n w quar
23 east part s w quar
12 west hlf s w quar
13 west hlf n w quar
OVERWHELMING ' ESTIMOpJIESJ
OVER HALF A MILLION OF TESTIMONI
aUbave been received by tbe Pioprictor of
. : . Mc A LISTER'S
SVW2ia AL-I.HEALING OINT-
aaig MENT from Physicians
SSpgi the most skillful andce-lAZM-
lebrated, from Counsel-
isstSf lors learned in the Law,
sM from J udies of celebrity
355a on the bench, trom Min
vQgsSr istcrs of the Gospel,
:'. ';; " whose undeviating in
teiity have made them
tSp tinning lights in the
nath of Truth, from en
lightened Piofennrs. fnm acute Merchants, and
from those of every stati n, name and degree
among mankind all .f which, without one d s
senting objection, t renounce this Ointment to be
GOOD. " '
As day by day it unobtrusively extends its
sphere of action along the borders of our vast coun
try, and is circulated throughout its extent, new
evidences of its power and new proofs of its effi
cacy are continually developfd. Three millions
of Boxes, applied to disease within the last four
years, has established the astounding fact beyond
the power of cavil or contradiction, that it is IN
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 in the Face,
Corns, &c. It completely restores the INSEN
SIBLE PERSPIRATION, and by this means opens
those avenues bv which Nature intended ro expel
the morbid matter of the body thus 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 dischame their putrid matter, and
then heal them. We are not ashamed of the
All-Healing Ointment !
- Or the ' - -World's
which a discerning public has applied to this
medicine ; for there is scarcely a disease, exter
nal or internal, that it will not benefit. I have
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 the Grand Depot, 141
FULTON ST., New York, and by all Druggists
throughout the United States.
J. McA LISTER, Sole Proprietor,
141 Fulton St. N. Y.
S. BDCKLAND & AO.,
19 Only Agents for Fremont.
IN QUART BOTTLES, AS PREPARED BY ,
R. S. . HOWE,
Needs but one trial lo establish its merit as the
BEST gARSAPARILLA. K
EYER discovered for the cure of the numerous
diseases arising from a debilitate! and derang
ed stale of the system.
Female complaints, Liver complaints, Scrofula,
Biles, Pimples or pustules on tho face, chronic sore
Eyes Ringworm, or tetter, scald head, rheumatism,
pains iu the bones or joints, and all diseases arising
from an injudicious nse of mercury.
Purify the Blood and a I is well.
A REMARKABLE CURE.
Columbus, Indiana, June 5tht 1850.
Messrs. S. D. Hoyt & Co. Gentlemen: About
six months since i was attacked with what my fam
ily physician called Bilious Pneumonia, which be
came sfatcd deeply on my lungs, and after my phy
sician had broken up the fever my lungs still seem
ed to be seriously alFt cted. I had no appetite what
ever; my skin seemed to have lost iis action and
function, (here was no perspiration, and iu fact uiy
self as well as my friends had given me op as incur
able in consequence of my complexion of disease,
and age, which is about sixty years, until one of my
neighbors called to see me, who some four months
since was afflicted similarly to myself, and had pur
cliHsad a couple of bottles of Dr. 3. IX Howe's
Compound .Extract of Saksaparilla, and it gave
her such speedy relief, she prevailed on me to pur
chase a bottle and trv it. 1 done so more to g rati ft
my friends than that I had any expectation of being
benefited by the medicine, but before 1 had taken
the whole of one bottle my slrengtn and appetite
began to improve rapid I v as well as my skin, began
t perform its proper function. 1 purchased the
second bottle,, and bv the tune tt was all taken 1
was resored to as good health as I have enjoyed for
the last twenty years. Mrs. L.. M'K.liN JN Li .
Dr. S. Jackson a distinguished physician of ludi
ana certifies to the above cure, and uses Dr. Howe's
Shakkr Sabsaharilla in his private practice and
recommends its use for all diseases arising from a
vitiated state 01 the blood aud system., ouch testi
mony is of more real value thau pages of ordiuary
The great success which has attended the use o
Dr. S. D. Howe's Shaker Sarsaparilla since its in
Iroduction in the western states, has established its
character in this section of country.
Thh is the only Sarsaprilla that acts on
the Liver, Kidneys and Blood at the same tune.
and hence its singular ejficacy and success. Be
sure and get Dr. S. D. Howes Shaker Sarsa
parilla and take no other.
Quart Bottles $ I per bottle or or 6 bottles for $5.
FOR SALE BY
S. BUCKLAND & CO., 1 4
Fremont, Sandusky county. .
Whelden & Rhodes, Sauduskv citr,
George Ebert, Tiffin, And by
DR. S. D. HOWE & CO., Proprietors,
No. 1, College Hall, Cincinnati, O.
To whom all orders must be addressed. 47
The Bed-Bng Guillotine.
Much pleased to find we've not been slighted
By those whose cttatont-w'yo iovited-"
And grateful thanks we make to all
Who've bovght and PAID or made a call.
Encouraged thus, again we'll show
,1 he aforesaid shop ot JIM dc- lU.
Nvy Ual4-MAii,U'1 " Ispwhero go.
To Stevenson's or Singlesbaugh
One up the hill, the other below.
And thus attempt to iump Jim Crow;
pwTor if you do we'll let you know,
We'll not admit you to the show.)
We've bought the patent the county's mine.
We mean the bed-bug Guillotine.
Then come ye all who love sweet napping,
Without such ttcitching, jerlang, scratching.
As found with bed-steads poorly made,
By such as learn but half the trade.
Whose pins, aud holes, and points attest
All will compose the clincher's rest,
From whence they rally at dead of night,
And pierce your veins with venom bile.
If clean you wish to keep your rugs
Your shelves and blankets from the Bugs
Come buy of us and you 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 the Perambulatitig Screw.
So close they press the bugs together
You'd sell them well ftr harness leather;
And if you get Van Doren's price
You'll ;uy for bedsteads in a trice;
For three and twenty cents together
He i-ays will buy a pouud of leather.
But our liquid fudge is best of all,
A bottle we give to each that call;
Its easily given, easy to take
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 creatne's dead.
Good law! ha massa, what a dunce,
I'd better kill the brute at once,
So easy done just by a squeeze,
Just do good lady as you please. 22
Land for Sale.
THE following lands belonging to the De Forest
heirs will be sold VERY C H E A P , as the
owners are anxious to dispose of them. Thev are
situated near Sandutky Bay on Big Pickerel Creek,
west h'f south-west quar 80
north-east quar 160
north-west quar 160
south-east fraction 90
south-west quar 120
in Ottawa county, embracing everv variety of soil,
limber and prairie, eettlerscan he accommodated
with such trfccts as they may wish, nnd the prices
will be not more than half such lands would sell fur
iu Illinois or Wisconsin GEO. B. SMITH. '
Sandusky City, June 29, 1850 16:3m
R'ge. Tp. Sec.
17 5 6
17 5 6
17 5 6
16 6 36
16 6 36
! -MARRIAGE : '
WHY SO OFTEN UNHAPPY.
THE CAUSES AND THE REMEDY!
MaT and many a wife endures yean of bodily -ro
fieri Dg and of mental anguish, prostrate and kelp
iess, embittering ber life, that of her husband, and
Hazarding the future welfare of her children, axiaing
from causes which, if known, would have spared tlie
suffering, tbe anguish to tbe wife, and to the hus
band embarrassments and pecuniary difficulties bav
Ing their origin in the mind being weighed down and
harassed in consequence of the sickness of tbe com
; panion of his bosom.
How important that tin causes should be known
to every wife, to every husband, that the dreadful
and harrowing consequences to the health and hap
- pines of both may be avoided 1 Life is too short and ,
health too precious to admit any portion of the one to
be spent without the full enjoyment of the other.
The timely possession of a little work entitled as
follows has been the means of saving the health and '
the life of thousands, ss over .......
TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND '
copies have been sold since the first edition was is
sued, -r " - i ,5- '' '
The author has been indoced to advertise it by
the urgent and pressing request of those who have
been indebted to its publication for all they hold dear
(that all may nave an opportunity of obtaining it), and
who have favored him with thousands of letters of
encomium, some of which are annexed to the adver .
. tisement - ' " 1
THE MARRIED. WOMAN'S
1 Private Medical Companion.
BY DR. A. M. MAURICBaU,
rioritioK or diseases or wombm.
Twentieth Edition. lBmo., pp. 250. Price, tl.Oft
THIS WORK 19 INTENDED ESPECIAL.
LY FOR THE MARRIED, or those contempla
ting marriage, as it discloses important secrets which
should be known to them particularly.
Here, every female the wife, tbe mother the 7
one either budding into womanhood, or tbe one in
the decline of years, in whom nature contemplates
an important change can discover tbe causes, symp
toms, and the moat efficient remedies and most cer
tain mode of cure, in every complaint to which her
sex is subject.
The revelations contained in its pages have proved
a blessing to thousands, as the innumerable fetters
received by the author (which he is permitted by the
writers to publish) will attest.
SICKLY AND UNHAPPY WIVES.
Extract of a Letter from a Gentleman in Dayton O.
" Dattok, May 1, 1847.
"Dr. A. M. Madbickau My Dear Sir.' 'The
Married Woman's Private Medical Companion,' for
which I enclosed one dollar to your address, came
safely to hand. I would not have troubled you with
these few lines, but that I am impelled by a sense
of gratitude, for myself and wife, 10 give utterance
to our sincere and heartfelt emotions.
My wife has been perceptibly sinking for some .
three years or more, in consequence of her great an
guish and suffering some months before and during
confinement; every successive one more and more
debilitated and prostrated ber, putting her life in im- .
minent danger, and which wm, on the last occasion,
despaired of I supposed that this state of things was
inevitable, and resigned myself to meet the worst.
At this time (now about two months) I heard your
book highly spoken 'of. as containing some matters
reaching my case. On its receipt and perusal, I can
not express to you the relief it afforded my distressed
mind and the joy its pages imparted to my wife, on
learning that the great discovery of M. M. Deso
meaux provided a remedy. It opened a prospect to
me which I little conceived wss possible. No pecu
niary consideration can ever repay the obligations I
am under to you for having been the means of im
parting to us the matters contained in ' The Married
Woman's Private Medical Companion.'- But for
this, ere another year would have passed over my
head, in all human probability my wife would have
been in her crave, and my children left motherless.'
Extract from a latter
Competence and Health.
"Lancaster, Pa, Oct 24, 1847.
"Mr Dear Sir: I know you will have the kind
ness to bear with me in encroaching upon your time,
' while I acknowledge (in behalf of niyseif and wife)
the obligations we feel ourselves under to yon in hav
ing made known certain matters, contained in your
most invaluable 1 Married Woman's Private Medical
Companion.' It has been worth he weight in gold
. to me. If I express myself rather warmly, yon will
see that 1 can not do so too warmly, when I inform
yon of the extent to which I have, through it, been
benefited. I will state my situation when I obtained
your book through the merest cariosity I look upon
it as one of the most fortunate events of my life. I
had been married some ten years, and was the father
. of seven children. I was leug struggling unceasingly,
to the end that I might gain a moderate competency,
but the results of my utmost exertions at the end left
me about where I was at the beginnmg of each year ;
and that only, with the most stinted economy, sufB- ;
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- '
ante, while I felt the necessity ef perseverance. -
u This constant, unceasing struggle on my part was
imperative, in consequence of the prostrated condi
tion of my 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 I the six years to live over again !
What would my wife have given to have been spared
the long days and still longer nights prostrate on a
bed of sickness! all of which wonld have been
avoided, had I then seen a copy of ' The Married
Woman's Private Medical Companion.''
From a Physician,
OBSTRUCTIONS, IRREGULARfriES, VC.
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 suffer from prolapsus
uteri (falling of the womb), or from fiuor-albu (weak
ness, debility, tfcc, dec-) X How many are in constant
agojiy formanymonthsprecedingconfinementl How
many have difficult if not dangerous deliveries, and
whose lives are jeoparded during such time, will find
in its pages the means of prevention, amelioration,
Extract from Letter.
To tHose just Married. "Had I known !"
"Philadelphia, Nov. 29, 1847.
44 Dr. A. M. Mavriceau: Had I known of bhe im
port ant matters treated of in The Married 3
Private Medical Companion' some years ago, i
couch misery I might have escaped 1 I have suffered
years from causes which you point out in your book,
without knowing what to do. I obtained a copy, and
found my case treated of I trust every female wil
avail herself of the inibrmation contained in its pages."
Letters are dallyTeceived of this character, nnna-
efMwary to present.
To those yet unmarried, but contemplating mar
riage;, W puuau. 1 iimir m mi- pmnnprv r.w
incurring the responsibilities attendant npon it, the
importance of being possessed of the revelations con
tained in these pages, so intimately involving their
futnre happiness, can not be appreciated.
It is, of course, impracticable to convey 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 is it necessary, since
it is every one's duty to become possessed of knowl
edge whereby the sufferings to which a wife, a moth
er, or a sister, may be subject, can be obviated.
y Copies will be sent by Mall free ef Festaxe
so the PsrchiMr.
On tbe receipt of One Dollar, - THE MAR
RIED WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAL COM
PANION" is sent fmailsd 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" York.
Over 30,000 Copies ksnre s-esn sent by MAIL
within three months with perfect safety and cer
tainty . .
Booksellers and agents engaged in its
sale, are making 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 tbe same terms. Commu
nications are required to be yost-paid and
addressed as above.
. Jg&- 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 La
dies1 Medical Companion," and various oth
er titles. The title of the work is "The
Married WOMANS Private Medical
Companion" by Dr. A. M. Mauriceau.
THE subscriber offers the following
tract of Land at nrivate sale at a BAR-
GAIN, tfosnribed as follows, to wit:
The eoiuh-east quarter of th north
east quarter of section No. thirty-six, in township
No. five! north of range No. fourteen, in Sandusky
county, containing lorty acres.
J his land is about three and a half miles west of
Fremont, in Washington township, and is excel
lently situated and calculated for farming purposes.
Persons wishing to purchnse will enquire of the
Editor of the Freeman, or address the subscriber at
Hagerslown, Washington county, Marvlsnd, post
paid. GEORGE "DE1HL.
Fremont, July 13,1185018
" vaughn's : -
IITHONTEIPTIG MTXTUBE! '
IiSuraja Bottles Only One Dollar.
The Proprietor of the Great Anwricsn Remedy.
Vaughn's Vbostasu Lithojttkiptio Muivis.1
Induced by the urgent solieiuuioos of iu Agaois, turough
Ul tbe Uuited States and Canada, has now
Seduced tlx Frioi ' .
of bis popular and well known article ; ana from this date,
hencaforih, he will put up but one sue only, tus quart
bottlMi : the retail price will be
ONE D0LIAB. '
The psblic may rest assured that ths character of the
Medicine, its strength, and curative properties wiix aa
M aw umchamobd, aod the same cars will bs bestowed lit
preparing it ss heretofore.
As this medicine, under its reduced price, will be par
chased by those who have not hitherto made themselves
acquainted with its virtues, the proprietor wouid beg to
Intimate that his article is not to be classed with the vast r
amount of " Remedies of the day it claims for itself a
greater healing power, in ait diseases, than any other
preparation now before the world ; and has sustained itself
for eight years by its superior medical virtues, and. until
this reduction, commanded double the price ol any other
article in this line.
No tics PABTiovLABXY.this lrucls acts with great hes
Ing power and certainty, upon the
Hood, Lhrtf. Kidneys, Lungf,
and all other oreaos, upon tbe proper action of waiea life
and health depend.
This medicine has a justly high repute as a remedy for J
Dropsy and Grarel, '
and all diseases of that nature. It may be relied upon when
the intelligent physician has abandoned his patient, and
for these distressing diseases, more especially Daopsr, the -
firoprietor would earnestly and honestly recommend it. At
is present price it is easily obtained by ail, and the trial
will prove the article to be the
Cheapest Kediciiie in the World!
9" Flease ask for pamphlets the agents give them
away; they contain over nzteen pages of receipts, (in
addition to full medical matter,) valuable for household .
purposes, and which will save many dollars per year to
practical housekeepers. ' '
These receipts are introduced to make the book of great .
value, aside from its character as an advertising medium
for the medicine, the testimony in favor of which, in tha
form of letters from all parts of the country, may be relied;
mZT Vauehn's Vegetable Lithontriptic Mixture "the
Great Aroe rican Remedy, now for sale in quart bottles at
$1 each, small bottles at 60 eta. each. No small bottles
Will be issued after the present stock is disposed of.
Principal Office, Buflato, N. .,307 Maia Street '
G. C. Vaughn.
Sold Wholesale and Retail by OLCOTT McKESSON
CO., I ff Maiden Lane, New York City.
N. B. All letters (excepting from agents and dealers
With whom he transacts business) must be post paid, or as)
ausiiuoA will bs (ivea to Umiq
S. BUCKLAND, fc CO., Fremont;
Charles Powers, Woodville,
W. Ayrrs, Upper Sanduskr, - - . ,
Jos. E. Fonke, Little Sandusky,
R. Perrv, McCotchensville.
G W. Patterson. Reme,
1. I. St John & Co., Tiffin city,
D. W. Armstrong, Betlvoe.
1 ' Zeigler & Snook, Fort Seneca. n
Wm. Fisk & Co., Cleveland,
Whole Sale and Retail.
Fremont, Nov 23, 1850 ly -
F1HE AMJ MAUIXJB
THE undersigned would call the attention of--merchants
and others having property expos.,
eU to loss by fire or the perils of navigation to the
superior advantages offered bv the
PROTECTION ISSURANCE COMPACT,
Of Hartford, Connccticitt.
1. Rates of prta.ioin as low as those of any other
RESPONSIBLE office. .
2. A speedy aud satisfactory adjustment of loss- .
vs by the Geuer.il Agent of the company, for the
western and southern States.
3. Arbitration (of all differences which may
arise) by referees mutually chosen. -
4. Awards promptly paid in specie. Bankable
funds, or exchange on N. York, Charleston, Balti
more, New Orleans, St Louis, Louisville, Pitta
burgh or Cinciiinaii, at the option of thejnsured-'
ILT Pamphlets setting forth the modp and princi
pl 's ef adjt st tig losses rates of rs mi urns elat
stfication of hazards, t&c, &c , furnished to the
customers of the office free of charge. -
For farther information
apply to the undersigned who is fully autborized to
insure dwellings, stores hotels, warehouses, mills,
.manufactories, barns,. &.c, &c. ,
A I, S O -
household furn tare and goods, wares aod merchan-
dize contained or etorect therein, against tosa or
damoge by fire.
dry goods, groceries, manufactured goods, produce
household furniture, live stock, and every other de
scription of merchandize or personal property, ship
ped or to be snipped per good steamboat, er beats
to and from points on the western waters, or be
twee it eastern cities (via lakes, or other inland
route) and any towns in the western country, agatnfrt
the hazards of inland transportation.
' -A LSO . .
shipments of goods, wares aud merchandize, per
good veftsei or vessels, between riew Orleans aud
other Gulf ports between ail American ports and
English or European ports, or to any maratime port
whatsoever in the Atlantic waters, against the per
ils of the seae. - v -. - -
K P. BUCKLAND, Agekt,
Hartford Protection Iiisarancs Co.'
Fremont, Jan. 5, 1850 43-3m
.v , TEKTU INSTALLMENT
To the Lower Sandusky P. Road Stock.
rpHE stockholders of the Low. Saqdrukjr Flank?
J Road Company, are hetvr: Mtifiad that an
assessment of ten per cent, an their capital stock,
is hereby called for, the same to be paid over to
John R. Pease, Treasurer ef said Company, in
Fremont, on or before the 1st day of J uiunry .
- JAMES JUSTICE, Prea't. ;
La Q. Rowson, Sec'y.
Fremont, Sept. 21, 1850 8 ' .,
1)7 iiroauway Wew Y i
FOR SALE His Patent Silver Plated Abdom
ia! Supporter, Patent steel sprins; shoulder
brace, Silver Inhaling Tube, and Lectures on Con
Also his Celebrated Medicines as prepared and
used br him, with or without tho instruments, in
the treat m.nt f , . -;. :-t"? -.;
Putmonarjf Consumption, Aoihmsa
Heart Disease, . Rheunmtlsm, '
Scrofula, . Piles, Prolapsus,
Debility, . Female Complaints, ,
Spinal Weetncss, Coughs, Colds, Catarh,
and all similar diseases. "
The instruments are the best of their kind and
warranted- asraiust all defect. The medicines are
carefully prepared by Dr. Fitch, and all, whether
used together or each article separately, wiH bear
comparison witks and be found
Superior to any similar article,
being made for use aud not merely for sale.
Foil directions in
DR. FITCH'S GUIDE TO INVALIDS,
which is given away, a valuable treatise of 48 pag
es. All to be had or the only duly autnorizea
agent for Bellevne, J. W. Goodson; Tiffin, Geo.
Ecbert. For sale in Fremont, by
STEPH. BUCKLAND 4 CO.
June 8, 1850 12-ly
THE DREADFUL SCOURGE
We herebv let Sanduskv know,
That HAWKINS JIM, CALDAVELL fe 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 Chair, a Table, Stand, : ,
Or Make them all for Cash in hand : . ,
Repair a Door and case the same,
liana; with hinge or make the frame,
Put on the lock with bolt or bars,
And if needs be we'll mend your Stairs: ,
Indeed, there is nought of wood that's made,
But we'll attempt and please if PAID.
And as money makes the mare to go
We're bound to sell our labor LOW !
For instance: Such as others sell ;
Of Bedsteads, we will make as well,
And one-third LESS our price shall be,
If this you doubt, just come and see,
But, where's your Shop ? 'tis close at hand,
We Ve taken the Democratic stand
Opposite Brainard's, on Croghan street, '
We'll gladly public custom greet. ,
Fremont, July 13, 185a 18
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