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Divirjerrisdom intending to detain sometime
m earth, haa don-well-to over with a veil the
u prospect of life to come for if Our sight could clear
s Jy distinguish tb.a.6pposite bank, who would remain
-a ims tempestuous coast. ..--p
e" XVTiatever difficulties you have' to encounter, be
not perplexed", Jhuf, think only,' what is right to do
wgui in uim w.110 seeiu &u tilings, ana near wun-
-joutpuung the result i ... .i' t i'U
v, .The most criminal of all men, is he wbd takes
Vd?antage of unsuspecting confidence, to work, out
, any ends but those- tor which that confidence was
given in full faith. '
"Jt3f If the devil be the father of liars, he has a
'plaaged large" family to look after, "and it is con
"' sUnUy increasing. - '-' ;' ' '" ' "" "
n IN reply to the communication of Dr. G d, who
" lias seen fit to sddrees us, upon tho subject of our week
Ij; notice! of ti C. Vaughn's ..Vegetable Lithontriptic
.Mialure the. Groat American. Remiy. mst hare only
.-to my, that every name that haa appeared in these no-
tioee aa giving testimony to the great curative power or
. this far famed article or medicine, i a genuine one,
whatever our worthy friend may think: no fiction is ne-
' d here, and if he questions oor word after thia, we
-weald ask him to take the name of any persou he has
asver foil ad mentioned, the place of reeidecce, and send
. a post paid latter to tho persou i rf he dorm not receive a
- satisfactory answer both aa .regaree the genuineness of
the Bases (riven, aud the character of tho medicine al-
i laded te also, then wo will publish gratis, his communi--'"ation,
setting forth our falsification, and stand convict
ed of perjury. . Will this satisfy , the JrT IVe happen
o know what we are engaged in lieu we print such no
,. "tices; thia Vegetable Lithontriptic is doing rreat good
. all over the oauutry, and seems to be the remedy for all
' complaints. As the agents in this vicini'y, who aamee
aro under the advertisement in oor paper will inform the
' Sr.. Get pamphlet and read. . .
fc Fremont Price Current Corrected Weekly.
Wheat per bashe? - 75i0iCloverseed ........ ,.2,50
; FUravper bbl.. ..... 5110 Park.... ;....i...n..$8
Corn per bush... . . ..3H Ha me smoked per lb . .... 5
Oats per bush-.;. ..:. .1.22) Beans per bu $1,25
. Bo iter ue rib. .. .8: Potatoes per bu ...25
eps per doz.... .... ...6jOnions .... ....
tjdeese per lb. ...... ..,, blApplea, green ......
Larn'per lb. '. 5j Dried apples,...
Suit per b!I..V. 1,25; Beeswax per lb ..
. rlidee per lb ..... ....4 a b
Flax seed per bu.... . ...87
Timothy seed ........ .1 ,25;
Staves per M .....$10al5
1 , , To Parents ana Guardiauti.
THE rabKCrilx-r reapectlully announces to tho inhab
itants of Fremont, that he intends to opeu
- t A SELECT SCHOOL, -
". t In. the Movement of the Methodist Church,
on Monday November 12.-.:
Terms, per quarter of 12 weeks, sixty-five days ;
t : Common' Branches,.... ...$3,o6
Higher English, including Mathematics,
XiOgic, Elocution, it...... 4.00
ui. Latin and Greek.... .................. .5,110
( , vuiiureu under tUjears ol ge, ......... .a,UU
' j REPEKEKCla. f . ' . ' . :
Rev. J. IlatX, Norwalk, O.
v L. & F.. Vasoercouk, Fremont. .
. , , 1, Wm. Stjkk, , "
. ; Fremont. Oct. 27 33:tf . .. JOHN ROBERTS.
W EW GOODS!
J. S.. OLMSTED,
y . AT HIS OLU gT.tXI), -
T II 11 1 V U . V P M J E .
( Opposite Yfh jler's Tavern. )
D r y G o o d s ,
BLACK, Brown,' Bine and Mixed Cloth Black, mix
ed and fancy Cussitneres, blue, bUck and mixed
' Sattinette. Kentueky jean and tweeds Cloth
Red, White and Yellow Flannels, Red
'- . J ' and Woe plaid Clo-.ihing, Gimps, -
Griages, Calicoes, Ginghams. Alpaecas. . I
. and Lawn Clothe, Shawls and Dress haudk'fs, .
And the most fashionable Fancy Dress Goods
For the Lsdies thai the JK JF. market can afford!
breached and browa shirtings,' Canton fi mm.ls, cheek
and testings. B ack Silk fur dresses. Ribbons, sewing
..Silk, twist and. thread, Canoes shirts and drawers,
. . Womioriers. . Mutts, .- 1 raveling Bags,
carpeting, - Wadding, a,
Cotton Yarn, Carpet Warp, &c.
, ' v o c e r i e s .
' Ted, Coffee, Sugar, Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Kut-
megs, ciovee, cinnamon, starch, saleratus,
madder, iudigo alum, '&c.
Cwss-cuL Mill, Hand and Wood Saws: Cross-
.- cut, mill and hand saw Files, Sweeds Iron, flat -end
round bars, cut and wrought Nails baud
- . " n' ',ocP Iron. cast, spring and Ameri-
Steel; Ames' Shovels, Hay and Mxnure
- Forks; nail rods; White's, Simmons' and Col
Jia'cast steet Axes, besidra an extensive assortmeut ol
, - -SHELFv HARD-WARE.
Boots l and Sh os,
A VERT GREAT VARIETY; AND
Warranted Water J roof I
. Hats and Caps,
A "(TO 6 D AS S OR T M E N T. '
SOLE AND UPPER LEATHER, &C.
'ALL OF WHICH- -Will
be sold :iMI!,ii, for Cash!
OB WHEAT, CORJT, OiTS, RYE,
ITIMOTHY, CtOTER A.D FLAX-SEEDS,
HIDES, 'SHEEP PELTS, BUTTER, LARD
t .. ? Eggs, Tallow and Wax.
, f.Frernont,;ffov3 1849:34 : t-i;-'.i.un . i
TO" Otice is hereby given that the scbrcriber hs been
' XY' appointed and duly qualified as Administraton on
the estate of Daniel Moore, dee'rf, late of Sandnskv co.
r.,QcKJg7-rj33:4.., JOHN L GREENE.
I r ;admin!stra tors notice ;
Toti'e hereby given that the subscriber has been
11 appointed and dulv onalified a AdDimiltr.tar nn
.! the estate of Jseob Orermire, dee'd, late of Sandusky co.
Mu--.Qct-g7X.33i4 ; ' JOHN L GREENE.
11 9 FOURTH-INSTALLMENT,
" To the liower Sanduskj Road Stock.
TTlie Stockhold ers of tho Lower Sandusky
J 'Plank Road Company, are hereby notified that an
assessment Of tea per eenf, en theireapital stock, is here
n. by caiied ft, taessme to be paid over to John R. Pease,
Treasurer of said Company, is Lower anduskyi on or
before the loth day of Dooember, 1849. f
.' "t -r JAJlta JUS I 'lCiS, rres't.,
a Q. Rivrsoir, Seo'y. Sent 185:7
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estate of David Beery dee'd. late of Sanduskv countv.
Nov. 234:4 FERDINAND WILSON.
ADMINISTRA TOR'S NO TICE.
Notice is hereby given that the subscriber has been
appointed and dulv nullified as administrator on the
estate of Christian B- Spohu dee'd, late of Sandusky co.
iov. a :- JJAV1D SfOWiX.
ROAD NOTICE. "
PUBLIC notice is hereby (riven that on the 1st day of
December next, a nation will ha nnwnM i ih
Trustees of Woodville Township, Sanduskv countv, for
the location and establishment of a township road, begin
nin? at the barn of Henry Cean. from thence rlne north.
so as to intersect the Portage river road.
Dated WctoDer , l4a 33:4." .
. In all Christianized and civilized countries, has caused s lsreer
proportion et deaths than any other malady that afflicts the hu
man tftmlly and, until within a few yean, there has not been
any certom rmuiy to stop the devastation of the destroyer. But
PULMONARY ; BALSAM
CurtM very many of tbe most ttrongiy marked and developed
oases of Pulmonary Consumption r eal, undoubted cases of tt
ctrattd and diaeaatd LUNG& aucta hopeless cases as were never
before cured by any other medicine. So utterly hapeUm were
some of the afflicted persons, as to have been pronounced by
phygician and friends to be actually dying. Some, who had
their burial-clothes made, have been cured, and yet live others,
who it was said would not live another day, are now aa well
and hearty as they ever were.
It possesses all tbe cleansing and purifying virtues nearly as
powerful and active as the preparation which, we call
BRANT'S INDIAN PURIFYING EXTRACT.
. . This differs from that, because this possesses several other Medi
cations which are peculiarly adapted to, and are ttsentially neces
sary, to cure . . - T j - a..,. r
Coughs and Consumptions.
and all diseases of a pulmonary nature such diseases as usually
' prove so fatal under ordinary treatment, when they attack the -
; Breast, Throat, Lungs, and Heart : f-
This BALSAM heals and cures War in the Lvs, rmd else
where internally, as certainly and easily as the Purifying Ex
TB act cures and heals ulcers externally. This Balsam cures ntns
cases of Cough and Consumption out often, after all other reme
dies have failed to do good. ,
. Thousands of Consumptions
and Chronic Coughs, abundantly prove its unfailing efficacy In
such diseases, and its undoubted curative power, and soothing,
healing properties, in the following complaints and diseases, viz. :
Spitting of Blood, Bleeding at the Imngs, Pain in the Breast and
Side. Night-Sweats, Nervous Complaints, palpitation of the Heart,
Cholera Infantum, Byscntery and Summer Complaints in Children
and Adults, Asthma, and ALL - -
FEMALE. WEAKNESSES AND COMPLAINTS.
No remedy that has been offered to the public has ever been
half as certain and rfutual in correcting ALL the incidents! xeak
anscs end irregularities of the temulo sex, as BRANTS PULMO-
NAMY BALSAM. - It makes noditterenee whether the deranire
. meiit be suppression, excess, or other incidental weakness it REG
ULATES ALL, by strengthening the ymem, equalizing the cir
culation, and soothing and allaying NERVOUS IRRITABILITY
See our PsanpfUets tor proof. ,
: A Dying Woman Cured !
We itate this cure to prove the power to save life, when this
BALSAM is used, even after the person is considered by phyai-
cinu du meum wmu me iom stages ot disease actually ay
ing and, in this case, so far gone that the shroud and burial
clothes were boupbt. For the particulars of this case, and the
respectable and undoubted proof of all the circumstances and
lacts, we refer to our PAMPHLETS.
This cure was effected on Mrs. ZIBA DYKE MAN. of Ballston
, Spa, Saratoga Co.. N. Y. We can prove, beyond a doubt, many
others almost equally as hopeless, and innumerable cases of Coughs
and Consumptions'CURED, which were pronounced htcurabut
by skilful physician.
See the cure of Dr. Hubbard, of Stamford, Ct., and others.
See the cure of T. S. WUcoz, merchant, of Attics, Wyoming Co.
' N. Y.t and many more, in our Pamphlets.
Dysentery and Summer Complaint
in Children and Adults are always cured. Weakly Children will
become JUsky. healthy, and aeorry, and grow rapidly, by the use
Of this BALSAM.
No mother need ever mourn the death of her child by Choi.
era Infantum, while teething, if BRANTS PULMONARY
BALSAM be administered. It should be, tor such cases, given ia
larger than the ordinary doses.
. S or gale by ...
SHEETS & BELL, ) , a A l r
C. R McCULLOCH, Sandusky, O.
D. E. H ARKNESS, Green Creek,
C. POWERS & Co., Woodville.
All letters and orders must 'be addressed to
WALLACE & CO.,'
' -27smly ' : '' ' 108 Broadway, N. Y.
?W A R E
rpHE under signed haviner bought out J. W. Steven-
I eo, would respectfully rive noiicethat he continues
the business ot UAIil.it. I MAh.lAUin all its branches
at the old staud, on Croghun street, and solicits a liberal
share of patronage. lie will keep constantly on hand,
ana manuiacture to order
Extra, Common and Dressing- Ttnreaus,
CslAJNUa, 1 A li L Hi B , AJNJJ
of everv stvla and price:
Also, every other article in the Cabinetline which may
be wanted. Mrs work shall be got up in as good style as
at any ottier establishment in the conutry, anil anorded at
as reasonable rates.
The subscriber is also agent for Whitman & Cotton's
CLEVELAND MARBLE FACTORY:
and will make contracts for Tomb-Stones, or any other
ftliirnre work on as luvorable terms as thev can be made
at Head Quarters. - F.H.CALDWELL.
Lower Sandusky, March 8, 1849. .
To Ilie Koef-IiOYins Citizens of
L 0 WER SARD USKT.
JGRl'U would take this method of informing
. the citizens of this village, that he intends to keep
Ins market well supplied with Beef, Pork, Veal and Mut
ton, so that on every day of the week they caa be suppli
ed with such pieces as they like. He will endeavor to
have Beef in market every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Veal, mutton and P.irk on other days of the ween. H
inereiore invites his old and new customers to call on
him and thev shall ever finil him therb and bkapt.
Jnnd 9, '49. 16:3m
Kew and Fashionable
Boot n nl Shoe Shop.
r HE undersigned, has opened a BOOT and SHOE
Main street, two doors north of the Post Office,
in Lower Suiidufky. and is now manufacturing to ordkh
every thing in the above line with neatness and despatch.
His materials are'oflhe best quality, his workmen are ex
perienced, and all work is warranted.
He intends to supply this marset with beautiful and
Men's, Boys', and Children's Boots Shoes and Brogans,
Cowhide and Kipskin, as well as pumps, slippers, &c.
Also, Ladies' and Misses' slippers Buskins, Gaiters &c,
all done up in neat and fashionable style, and delivered
with promptness and despatch. 'I he subscriber requests
a liberal share of the public patronage, aud is determined
to merit the same,
June 23. '49. IS:6m
. TOWN PROPERTY
FOn SALE AND UE2VT.
N LOTS number I35and 136, in the original town of
Lower SandusKV, being the late resideuceof A W
Ill-lots 4G in Snndusxy, and 10 in Grant'saddilion, on
which is a large BricK House &c, formerly belonging to
John S ahl.
n-lots 35 and 36 in nlat called North Town, mnn
as the Magee Ware-house property. It is also to rent
mi soia: possession given 1st or June next.
In-lot 118 with Store and other Buildings, built hv A
Morehonse, and is also to rent until sold, except the Odd
Iii-lots in SandosKy, 138, 139, 155, 160, 98, 99, 170,
and part 174 and 52 in East Town.
For Terms apply to, R P BUCKLAND.
April 21, '49. 9
RESPECLFULLY announces that he continues his
business iu the second sloir of Kiisod's buildine-.
opposite Burger's old stand, where he will be happy to
wait on his old customers and all who need any thing in
his line. If you want your garments made np right, and
after the Latest Fashion call on MAXWELL.
N. B. Particularattention paid to Cutting and warrant
ed to fit if properly made up. April 28, '49.
Boots t net Shoes.
ONE of the largest, best and cheapest stocks of Men's
Women's and Children's Boots and Shoes ever of
fered, just opened at Pettibokk's.
MY FRIEND; do vou want good Goods, and cheap
Goods, call on PETTIBONE and examine his
new stock just opened at his old stand opposite Deal's.
RUBBER O VER-SHOES A splencid stock at
- ' ,'--,E,LIZ4;C!OOJri! ,;,-,..
JUST'pubiish'e d No. 1 of the American Edition of Eli
za Cook's Journal.
-Z :!;': EDITORIAL ADDRESS. :
WHILE venturing this step in the universal inarch of
- -periodicals, let it be understood that 1 am not anx
to declare myself a mental Joan of Arc, bearing special
mission to save the people in their uoble war against ig
norance and wrong. I simply prepare a plain feast where
the viands wiil be of my own choosing and some of my
own dressing. ' I hope "if what-I provide be wholesome
and relishing, I shall have a host of friends at my board
whoe kind words and cheerful encouragement will keep
me in a proud and honorable position at the head of the
table.: . - ' - ... f. -. - : :
I have been lob long known by those whom I address
to feel strange in addressing them. My earliest rhymes
written with intuitive impulse before hacknied experience
or politic jndgmt nt could dictate their tendency, were ac
cepted and responded to by those whose good is a 'tower
of strength. The first active breath of natute that
swept over my heart strings awoke but wild, earnest mel
odies which I Sotted dowu in simple notes. Wheu i
found that Others thought the tone worth learning when
I heard my strains hummed about the sacred altars of
domestic fires des, and saw old men, bright women and
young children, scantling in? ballad strains, then was 1
made to think that my burning desire to pour out my
soul's measure of music was given me for a purpose.
My young bosom throbbed with rapture, for my feelings
met with responsive echoes from honest and genuine hu
manity, and the glory of Heaven seemed partially re
vealed when I discovered that I held power over ibo af
fections of earth.
The same spirit that prompted my first attempts will
mark my present one. What I have done has found
generous support, let me trust that what I may do will
still meet the kind baud of help. I have full confidence
in my friends, and believe if 1 offer them the combination
of utility and amusement, they will freely lake the wares
I bring, and think not worse of me for 'nixing freely with
them in 1he market place of activity and lahorV " .
I am anxious to give my feeble aid to the gigantic
struggle for intellectual elevation now going on, and fling
my energies and will into a cause where my heart will
zealously animate my duty.
It is too true that there are dense clouds of ignorance
yet to be dissipated huge mountains of error yet to be
removed but there is a stirring development in 'the
mass' which only requires steady and free communica
tion with truth to expand itself into the enlightened and
practical wisdom on which ever rests the perfection of
social and political civilization; and I believe that all who
work in the field of literature with sincere desire to save
the many by arrousing genuine sympathies and educa
tional tastes, need make little profession of their service,
for Hhe-peopla' have eufficient perception to thoroughly
estimate those who are truly with and for them.
1 only ask a trial. I will give the best mv iudgment
can offer from the co-operation of healthy aud vigorous
talent ana my own continued eitorts.
This journal will be published weekly, and each num
ber will contain lb royal octavo pages double columns.
It will form two handsomo volumes annually.
The price will be 3 cents each number, or $1,50 per
annum in advance.
Published at No. 80 Nassau st., New York; and by
Dexter 6c, Brothers, Ann-st.. Longtfc Brothers, Ann-st.,
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enport, Tribune Buildings, and to be had of any Book
seller. . -:
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New York. -
Papers throughout the United States may insert this
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ment with the first paper in which the advertisement ap
pears, to the publisher of Eliza Cook's Journal, 80 Nas
sau street New York. Oct. 27 337:6 $8,00
John .llactilingis Estate.
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate by order of
the Court. -
John Mackting's Administrator, 5
. vs. (
Nancy Mackling, et. al. )
TN pursuance of an order of the court of common pleas
J. of Sandusky county, I shall offer for sale at the door
of the court house iu said county, on Saturday, the 24th
dav nf November next, between the hours of 10 o'clock
A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M., the followieg described real
estate, subject to the dower estate of the said Nancy
JVlacKhng, to wit;
In-lot number twentv-seven, in Dickinson & Birch-
ard's addition to the town plat of Lower Sandusky, in
Sandusky county Ohio: and upon the following
Terms-"" To wit:-One third cash in hand, one third
in one year, and the residue in two years, with interest
from the day of sale to be secured by mortgage upon the
premises. PETER BURGOON. Admr.
Fremont, Sandusky county, Oct. 27, 1849 33:5
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, that at the next
sitting of the Commissioners of SandusKV county, a
petition will be presented to them, praying for the alter
ation ef the county road leading Irom Bank's mill to Koli
ersvilie, as follows, to wit: Beginning at the south quar
ter post or section hve, township live, range " thirteen,
theuce south eightv rods, thence in a south-easterlv
course so as to intersect the above named road at the
north west corner of school section, number sixteen, in
towhstup hve, range thirteen.
October I3th, 1849. 4w-
A PETITION will be presented to the Commission-
XX erv of Sandusky county, et their next December
session asking for e. reduction of the width of a certain
road from sixty to forty feet. Said road commences at a
point on the south side of the Western Reserve aud
Maumee Road, in township 5, range 15, where the sec
tion line of 28 aud 29 crosses the same, thence south on
said section line, and between section 32 aud 33, to the
Rollersville Free Turnpike Road.
Muskalunge, October 20, 1849.-3:4
To School Teachers.
THE school examiners for Sandusky county, will meet
on Friday of each week, for the t'-rm of eight weeks,
commencing on the 19th of October, at I o'clock P. M.
The place of meeting is iu the Frauklin House, Front
Oct. 12. W. M. STARK,
Clerk of the Board.
On Hand Again!
The Old Emporium is Replenished!
GOODS OF EVERY KIND IIA VE FELL
And are now so cheap thai every man, woman and
child can buy as much again as they formerly
could for the same money.
IV- I. COOKE) hasjust returned from New
A. YorK with a Urge assortment of GOOts, which
he now intends .to offer to the public at bargains with
which all will be satisfied. Consisting of a general as
Groceries, HarcUware and
He would say to his old customers that he is under
many obligations to them for their patronage heretofore,
and would cordially invite them to come to the OLE EM
PORIUM again, as he can supply all their wants, and
give them good bargains; come on, then, all who want
goods. Rich or Poor all are treated alike at this estab-
shment. June 2, '49.
t Cf fit ( good pine shingles, forsale ar the ware
A &3 house of R. H. Heywood. Enqn're of
Oct. 63 0 3m
C. Ol TILLOTSON.
ORE of that good Tea end Coffee, and a general
assortment of good r amily trrocenes, cheap at
OR LAND WARRANTS, at
AVantcrt at this Ofiico,
f CORDS good Hickory aud Ash wood. Tothose
i VF who have promised ue Wood we sav. we want
itnow. Freeman Office, L. Sandusky, May 20.
ALT, Sole Leather, Ac, &c, plenty and cheHp at
FALL GINGHAMS. Beautiful styles at only one
shilling. Call and see them. Also, a splendid lot of
Delaines and winter Drers Goods, just received at
. , . CHEAPER. ET!1 4 ;
Stoves!, Stoves J!4
JVew Stove Storef in IiOwer Sandusky !
THE SUBSCRIBER is just receiving at his Shopun
Main street, between Fre'd Vanddercook's Store
and Sebring's Grocery, any quantity af Premium, Ma
gara hot air, Hathaway's improved Ten plate and Box"
Stoves, and better thaa all, Wilksons & Co. '"-
Principle Patents in 1837, '38, '42, '47 & 49.
' The proprietors of this Cooking Stove, with entire con
fidence, claim for it the merit of being the very best in the
world, 'either as to economy, convenience, or durability,
Call andexamine it, aud satisfy yourselves. . .
I offer the above lot of stoves at a small advance above
cost, with every variety of Tin, Copper, and Sheet Iron
ware, aud will furnish to order on reasonable terms. Eave
trough, Gutter and Coudutcor ripe, and all articles in my
line warented to be what I represent them.
Farmers, Merchants and others are invited to call be
fore purchasing elsewhere, as I am determined to make
at an object for them to do so. I wili also pay a fair price
for all kinds ol Merchantable rronuce. .
lJr Cash paid for any quantity of Sheep Pelts. in
Oct. 13 31:6m O. H. FUSSELMAN.
REDEEMING ITS PLEDGE TO THE
P E O PL E.
T ENDAEL & NIMS have made a great Strike
IV iu -the purchase of their Goods the present season,
buying them very earlvj (during the cholera times,) and
before the rise in the market. : .
The combined stocks of the Elyria Sc Sandusky
coneerns, on account ol the large capital employed ena
bles them to purchase in large quantities, directly from
the manufacturers, and their agents, which makes a sa
ving of the jobers profits, and enables them to sell at a
fair commission less than those who purchase small sin
gle stocks of Goods in the ordinary way.
They calculate that they shall be enabled to save the
people at least lrom ordinary prices. ,
Q per cent ir-. their Boots, ShoCS, and
X per cent in their Hardware. Iron and
r per cent in their Ready-made Clothing,
--' of warranted quality, of which they have
brought on for the first time a splendid as
6) X per cent on their Groceries, Sugars, Tea
and Coffee: and
M per cent an almost every article in the Dry
boons line, such as iuerinos, i asn
meres, Parametas, LamaCloths,Silks.
Calicoes. &.C., &e.
In consequence of these advantages, they calculate to
be able to save the people of SudusBTV countv at least
TEX THOUSAND DOLLARS,
in the purchase of their goods the present year. This
fact, together with the correct opinion of some of their
cotemporaries;"thatthe intelligent farmer will judge for
himself and in the eud patronize the man who does busi
ness upon the fairest terms," is the only reason why the
public are giving head quarters such
Envv and disappointment will undonbtedlv csuse ma
ny "petti" insinuations, and those who indulge in such
feelings will often scratch hard to find a "bone" of con
tention, and some will soon maKe such a mistake as to
suppose that success in business depends upon "dotSE &
show, "but its all because they never took lessons at
Head Q,Uate"S. if they had they would have found
that they must first serve the fkofi e, ana men me peo
pie will alwnvs remember them in return.
October I3th, 1849.
Attention, Farmers !.r
I bare Removed my Store
T ACK to the Old Corner formerly occupied by me
I 1 (opposite Deal's old tavern stand) and known as the
the 'Ballville Cash Store, and have npoued out a splen
did stock of -,;
just received, which wili be sold at very Low Prices.
Having a plenty of ware-house storage, I shall buy
moat Rinds ol produce, such as the farmers have to sell.
If therefore, vou have Wl.eat, Corn, Oats, Flax, Clover,
or Timntay-See.ls, Hides, Pelts, Butter, Eggs, Rags,
cec. dec, give me a call aud you will get the
a-nff liit,Jiu f U 19W. I '..3 MS fM .mW C
UC3I ' IIIIJ Illl. ... ITS l,
Mv present stock in extent and variety, surpasses any I
have ever befere otTerod to the public; and as to prices,
my motto will be
JYot to be IT ndersold!
Snme nennle think that to do a crretit deal of business.
they must make a great deal of noise. But, Fasmers,
will you be fluttered and deceived by fl-igs and noise,
chnivtf !!! ntwl fl.!anlv r)a,reH uA vrtt& ntk ittn? Nn!
The intelligent Farmer will judge for himself and in the
end patronize the man who dees business npon tbe fair
Come up then, to the 'Old Corner,'
opposite to Deal's old stand, and in a quiet way we will
show tou our goods and prices. -
Come and look if you do not wish to buy.
$3T Storage for Grain on favorable terms, jfgg
Oct. 6 3U C.J. PETTIBOAK.
COME IN, W CALL YOU. .
NEW FIRM, iEW GOODS, AXD
ROBERTS, HUBBARD & CO.
HAVING taken the old stand of Juhn R. Pease, and
- purchased the entire stuck of Pease &. Roberts,
are now having it replenished with the latest and most
desirable patterns of
COOK, HALL, PARLOR, AIR-TIGHT,
SIX-PLA TE AND BOX-STO VES,
ever offered iu this inurket, which will be sold at
WHOLESALE Oil RETAIL,
to suit purchasers and for which we will take your
Hides, Skins, Rags, Bees-wax, Tallow, Sic, &c
Olft Stoves bought and svtrt,
Or exchanged for NEW ONES.
Give us a call. Don't forget the pi ice, Pease's Brick!
Blork, ao, la at the sign of the Stove.
Tj Particulars week alter, next.
Sept. 29, 1849.
Just Received a IVew and Splendid lot of
Mackerel, Codfieh, itaisnns. Ginger, Pepper Spice,
Ground Sugar and Ne.v Orleans,
Best quality of Cuffee, Cheese. Nutmegs, Salssratus
Star and Tallow Candles.
Also a lot of JAMKS MOORE'S FLOUR.
Cheap for i'eish.
J. F. R SEBRING. . '.
.... ,: -. DE-VTISTBY
Dtt. li." iAUifEU. fr'ouvlMetand; e
epectfully announces toth nuhliclhat he has p-r
inmieiMly located in Lower Sandusky fur the purpose-of
practicing surgical and mecbanfcil DenrraUT..:, Front the)
ample resources whiehha has enjoyed iorr acquiring a
thorough knowledge of the profession., he feels confident
that he shall be able to give satisfaction t all who.' may
desjre his aid, in the various branches of the profession.
The public are assured that tiie utmost car K ilt be tak
en to render his operations both permauetw awe aaful,
Artificial teeth set op gold plate, in number from aaiugln
one to a double sett. Pivot teeth .iuserted-Ju the very
best manner. Carious teeth filled s as to permanently
arrest the declay. Teeth cleaned ia aehev manner aa
not to injure the enamel. 1 eeta extraeted-wilh (lie most
approved instruments. . ... , . t V .
Dr. PARKER, wishes to be understood that lie is re
sponsible for all his operations. PersoMs 'wishing' Deutal
operations, are invited to call at hi office, in-CaidweH'a
BricK. Building. aver Dr.-Chamber!! n's vSeo. :-3
June 30, J849. . ; t , .,, - .. 15-
. , , - -
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS J.UST RECJELVED
One of the Largest and most Splendid "
Ever brought to the Western Country!
Purchased almost entirely with. Vashi at an 3
' OVJERFIiO WI1VG MABKET'' -And
selected with the greatest care, with reference-to
-1 :t)U. and Price.. ,;,?. -?n
AMONG which eea be found in the Dry Goods line,
. Broadcloths, Cassimers, StiU,; Tweed, K aa
tucky Jea'us, Lindseys, Ticking, ' . .,'., ...
v , . " PRINTS of cvery.stTif anjjpri'ce, e"
together with the largest and moat as-iiojiable tylesof
. Call's Drcs0 ooDa mtx (Exljibitefc I
among which can be found English aud French -MexJojOa,
(hR wool) of every color and style, AJolinir Lustres, a
new article, real Alpccaa, Turk Satin,, gro de Uhiue, gro
de Swiss, and Italian' Silks for- Dresses, 'and 'Bresettes,
Fringe and Gimps all widths-and atJe" '" 'J
.'-' 'Ladies eall anrj see thenar -' ct li :
SEA WLS, RIBBONS, DRESS-B tTTTONB
MUFFS AD TlPPli rS, . ? '
in fact almost every article in the Dress liiie, cau De-juand
at this establishment.. - w ''" I t ,
Bnitty Matte tothit.g?J-'1
is- sold BO cheap that ue man need t"weaifirl pld gr
merit, incredible as thia may seem, the- fact caunot.te
concealed, come and examine tho g- f .ija'A-'-'r . .
Frock, Dress and Over Coats, Vesta, Pants, Draw-
, . - er Under-shirts, &c... , '., t.-&w
Boots and Shoesr ITats and Caps, -
HARDWARE, IRON, ' NAILS : AND GL&SS,
Crockery tt nd GtassjiearfSy
of all discriptions. , -
SOLE AND UPPER LEATHER, dcx&c
It is uu necessary to enumerate articles or prices, .suf
fice it to say, we have purchased an endless - variety of
' : ! - Goods at extremely Low PricVs,1 -
- "which can and shall be o!3 so Low7 that T .
Competition will find its Harps unstrung. We are de
determined to maKe ROME HO WL r ' - ' v
. -A..Il. TATfXOPai.
BlRCHAED & DiCAINSDN'S ,. , J
Old Corner. , , . -.,...,,' J
Fremont, Sept. 29, 1849 ? ; V' - W
Goods eit Cost!-;
""'."77 d. betts;: ,
- - - r
HAVING been burnt out by the late Fire, would an
nounce to the public that he haa srved a part of hi
goods, which he has removed to Gen. Bell's comer op
posite C. J. Pettibone's store, where he will offer Goods
Lower than have ever been, sold in tliis market, -as
he is desirous to close off his present
slock, at COST, either by
WHOIiESAIiE OR BETAII-. !
A large assortment of Ladies' summer sliawls.'ging
hams, de laiues, and dress goods of vnrious kinds. Also,
China pearl, and Leghorn bonnets, going at cost and
no mistake., ...v . :
Cloths, - CassiihereS,".. .'';' jv
Sattinettes, "' "." ' Vestiugs.' . '. .
Fur Hals, .'"' Boots and Shoes,
all of which will be sold regardless of PROFIT."-; '
Cradle and Grass sythes, Pitch Forks,' &c. going-at
cost. All who wish to purchase cheap pOOas will
save money to call before purchasing elsewhere. " - ;
Lower tSandnsKy, July 41H, '4M. .... ; : . j-;xu
Farmin; Lands for Sale. -' .- -;
f EjlHE subscriber is -agent for-the following
!$ lands, which he is authorized to Sell low and
on reasonable terms. of credit: . iJr -' --'
f SANDUSKY TOWSSHIP,'
r. t. a " Part"-" '-r:
v .-- .... :
32 east half south-west quarter,; ;. - 60
28 east half north-east quarter,,. Li---; ; '.r'80
undivided -J-reserve tract No. 3,::.- '
BALLVILLB TOWKSHIP. r - .' tj '
27 west half south east quarter, .:' - 80
BCOTT TOWNSHIP; ' "
6 s e quar of n e quar e qr e qr, -120
35 se qr of n e qr 4 e.qr of s w qr.- : 1 129
36 north-east qr of north-west jr,. f.v'40
15 south-east qr of northeast-qr,
:. WA8HISGTON TOWNSHIP. 'r
4 north-west qr of north-west qr, ' 3
1 8 south-west qr of south-east qr t 40
19 east .half north-west qr, :; -, . ; -' 90
25 north half south-east qr, - - -60
26 n wqr & w hlfne qr.ineqrs wqr. 280
27 n hlfne qr of s w qr, , 860
28 e hlf n w qr n hlf of s w qr, " 560
29 east half, ' ' ', 320
32 n hlf of n eqr s hlf of s e qr, ; 160
30. s hfofe hf ofn w hfs eqrofs wqf, 97
33 s w qr w hlf of S e qr e hlf of
n e qr 4 n w qr of n e qrr - S60
34 west half of north-west qr, , -r - 80 "
31 north-east qr, " : - - 160
WOODVILLZ TOWKSHIP.- -i ;
10 e hlf of s w qr w hlf of a qr , "
whlfof n e qr s e qrof n w qr, 360
9 east half south-east qr, -., : . 80
RICS TOWNSHIP. ' ! ,
30 w hlf of s w qr n e qr of s w qr H
- n w qrof s e qr n e qr ofn w qr, 200
25 s e qr of s e qr n e qr of s e qr, .0
26 n wrqrof n e qr, ; f .-,40
28 south half,' ' - 1 - 320
S2 north half, T. : - 320
35 north half of north-west qr, . .80
16 " 30 west half outh-west qr, ivC.80
. OTTAWA COOHTY. ,.;.,;. --,;!
14 7 33 south-west quarter, . .- . ' -,t:60
6 22 whole section, . - - :J.i: (., -,,, ,.649 -
15 7 19 north-west quarter, i j ; . iv 149
13 7 2 east half of south-west quarter, tO
31 north-west-quarter,.. .- - -.-..-j: .-'130
" , 30 south-east -quarter, - if -, .: . . ; 154
14 8 31 s qr of n e qr n hlf of s e or. 160
13 8 : 32 s part of north-east quarter, 81
" " 35 south qr of south-west qr, ' 80
" " 36 south-west quarter, . . ; - 160
15 7 26 s w qr n whlfof s eqr, , . 240
14 " 8 west hlf of north-east qr, - 80
;. , .. wood cocNTir. : ,. - , j,. ;"
12 .2.85 south-west quarter,. . :. v ,. j 16Q
S4 south-east quarter, , ; ,?.,! ; .160
4 . 25. s hlf of s e qr, (ilontgompry.) - .80
TJ. S. Res. sec. 15, undivided two-thirds, w hlf, -
of s e qr two-thirds s w qr, 189
IL P. BUCKtASTPt
Lower Sandusky, April 01, 1849,
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