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. - Tte Printlnf Frauds
-. John Weotworth is doinct an excellent busi- aess in th special committee oa the printing! irauas. na uas tuny estabiisnea toe charge to frequently before made, thai the present contract was obtained ia pursuance of a scheme of trickery designed to overthrow the contract system, and to fail the pocket 01 tne 'persons angaged in the scheme. . .: . v I have to day for the first time had a view of the little Ualphin, i i- r i. me peuy punnipiet lur printing which Ritchie allowed himself, in a aptrit of liberal compromise, $12,500. It is e -common mellow covered shilling pamphlet, ; which the" Harpers would willingly have struck' off for twelve or fiften hundred dollars. Take the whole affair together.and it must be ad isuitted to be a proper subject for a Grand Jury - v r . 4 Cor. M. Y. Eve. Post' . Totca Polled by JVew State. - ' On her admission as a state, Louisiana poll d 4,758 votes. , Indiana, 6,789. Mississippi, T.478. Illinois, 9,075. Arkansas, 8,088. TtfinWon 11 Sflfl FinrirlsL fLSDI. and Iowa. -,13,271. California polled last year American vote. These statistics are taken from an article in the last Southern Recorder, 'to ehow to ahow that California is better enti tled to come in as a state than either of the . others mentioned. "Besides, Texas, when ad mitted, had an area of 825,000 square miles Of territorr. ' California covers by her const! tutiou. 153.000 square miles less than ont half ot Texas and half that a sandy desert or traarable and rocky mountains. ' How unrea sonable, for the south to object to California because she chooses not to nave slavery. ' -r Georgia Uitixen. Conors Extraordinary. V . At a meetin' of cullud pussuus held at Mis- tur Coxes Selex Coatery, it was resoiDea upon de moshu of Mistur Sam Jonsin, dat r i 'Whereas, Neberdelesss, and in considera- shua ob de mental and fizikal attitud of Master Jnhn Van Riiwn. and for de sunnort lent bv bira to de cause of sufferin' brack humanity, 'dat he be "hereafter known to oar ancesta and Tjosteritr. bose in by-cone edere and future 'cenerashuna as -POMPEY'S FILLER,"; and rnay hisshsdder nebber be nothin shorter. i r rt ... FT." - - i. opini oi uie Aimes. Miss Catharine Hays, the great English vo calist, of the day, proposes giving concerts in Jlhia country m the wake ot Jenny una . RelisioTis Notice. - R. Ksv. Bishop Mel LVALNE, will preach in ' Bt Panl's Charch, rrtn.ont, on Toisdat, the 16th teet at 7 o'clock P. MT. : " ' - The public are invited lo attend. ': JTREMONT PRICE CURRENT.- Wheat per boenel . . . - .s . . ". T Flour per berrel....1:... :r. Cor per boshol- t 1U per bushel.. w : t . j suiter per pouuu. I'eie nor dosen . . . ..........6 10 5 . Cbeeee per pound Lard per pound.. ' Salt per barrell. .. .1.25 4 a 8 Hides per pound Flea eeed per buehel . ...... -........... 88 Timothy seed per ba.... t 25 , Clover seed per ba... ................ .9 75 Fork per barrell. IU uu ' Hams smoked per pound, .... ....06 -Ceane per bushel..., . ..! 00 , i'cttoe per bushel. . .. .... .... ..........37 Ouiona per bushel..-. ,-.. ..50 , "-'.Apples eneu.., ..... ........ .... .... .1 0 1 Apples dried.... .... ......2 00 -' HeMweji per pound ..................... .90 Tallow per pound-. ........... ... ... ...8 Staves Pipes per M..... ........ .,$1430 , -- Bhdper M. .............. ....lOal'2 J a--:- Bo nor M..,.i..............9al9 Blackwalnut Lumtieirper M.... ....... .819 Lver eompieint is always cored by the use of BT.HGiyiigtiiyegethJe Uthontriptie, th Sreat Amerioaw Remedy; here is a letter front " .1 . ' f Hillsborough, O., Jan. f, J847. .iDr. G. C. VeBbn. Drr Sir I deem H a duty I swa yon and the world at largo to make the follow. ii a statement in August your traveling sfent left . some of your medicitwo with me to sell. Seeing Hhe great reoommendetioue, and being myeelf sf fl sated with liver complaint I tried oeve small battle, - st t sscs (eve me relief; I tried a seeoad and you ' arrU be astonished to learn so greet was its power (hat 1 was completely cured, and am now as stout and well as ever i wis iu my life. I commenced setlrinr the toediciuo t mv customers, end its eiu golar effect wes immediately manifested, it was sue. eearfrul in alt cases, some of which our medical men toted) uid not bo cured. I cheerfully offer ay asatupeaT.tn loToror your L.itbentnplic Alivtura, - end hereby etata that t .oonsider it superior to all tfiar preparations now before trie country.. Will Yon plesee forward more ss soon as possible. Yoore&c R.H. JOHNSOW. i Os coUsmes has the advertisement of this Great ' Asnericeei Remedy. .. Get s pamphlet of the agents whose aavnes are foue d there. t tJAGUEItllEOTYPES. DAGUERRE1AN LIKENESSES, takes in sit forms, snd in "the most approved styles by ;Z-?J. S A FFO R D; . JRooms At t&4 Franklin-, Mouse, vp-staxrs: where be will remain a few daye -Jy. The Ladies and cwllemen of Fremont sad vicin ity, are respectfully invited to call snd examine bis specimens. - ; ... . . -- jaiy id. ft L iileaaeC -esse setts me "We hereby let Sa3nskv know, ' . . That HAWKINS JIM, CALDWELL fe CO., Have opened Shop to work for all, Who'll please to favor with a call:. . ' ; "We've ISedxteadsr Lounges, Tables too . .All kinds of Carpenter work we do-,"' V Wall mend a Chair, a Table, Stand, Or Mass them all for Cash nr hand : . . Jlepair a Door and case the same, . J. .. - ' Hans; with hinge or make the frame, -Pot ob the lock with bolt or bars, : ; : Aad if rjeads be we'll mend your Stairs: Indeed, there is nought of wood that's made, But we'll attempt and piiasi if PAID, And as money makes the mare to go . -Wit Jxmd to sell our labor LOW ' For aastaooe : Such as others sell - .. -Of Bedsteads, -we will saake as well, ; - And one-third LESS cmr price shall be, ilf this you doubt, just come and see.- . But, here's your Shop? 'tis close at hand, We've taken the Democratic stand ; ' " -Opposite Brain ard's, oa'Croghan Street, " " (VVe'fl gladly pub&s custorn greet. ,'"" 1 Fremont, July 13, 1858. y k ; 18 ; GIDEOX HATCH, Tailor WOULD inform his friends end the public, that be has take a rooms at Baltri lie. where he fa tends carrying en -the above buoiaeoo, in all Hel branches, and hopes oy punctual attoataoa andat all timee at the Ballrille Mills, to exchange for long experience in his trade to merit and reeeivs a Wool. Also will manufacture Wool on ehsresor Kara of Mtronae-e. N . B. .Cutting of ganaents of every deeetrptien ayttended lo in the meet fashionable stylo, and war ranted to fit. " - - " '- V'. .Also, lie is Agent for Davis' Pain Killer mr fresh supply met received and for sale by ... GIDEON HATCH. I Pallville, July 13, 1850 18 ., ' pfERM and Lamp Oil A first rats article tor sale at . 3. BOCKLASB & Co'SV it rc l.j. and A ta foi-sale enly at New Drug Store.3OOQ0 OOOQO S: BUCKLAND & CO.: - DEALERS IN Drugs, Paints, Oils, Dye-stuffs, Glass-ware, Jfhosgens Gas ana Lamps, etc., dec THE eabeeribere have just opened a Urge stock of the above articln. which with their former stock eooiDletes the lervMt and heat aaaortment ever . . ' . . ." jiorougni to r reoiont or vieinity ALL OF WHICH ARE WARRANTED. Physicians ere reenectfullv reoueeted to cell sod examine oar erlielee of Dross end Chemicals, as we ere determined that r midiit shall as the tsjwb to boy Goods CHEAP. All out merchants eav thev are selling Goom CHEAPER then thev can be bought in Sendu.ky, l ima, or any where eleo in time 'Uiggine and are Determined not lo be outdone b) them in the way of LOW price. O Country Dialirs. will find it to their ad vantage to bar of aa any erticlee in our line, ea we are sure we can save them the transportation, at leaet. : PAINTERS and MECHANICS, using Paints of any kind who wish Goon Articles! con be eopplied et the smallest possible advance from ooat. White Lead purs Extra, No. 1, dry and ground iu oil. Chrome Yellow, Chrome Green, fane tireen. Had Lead, Lampblack, Litharge, Varnish, Linseed Oil, warranted te dry Tarpon- tine, dec., Brashes of ell sizes and kinds, at 20 per cent, cheaper than eer. GIVE US A CALL. ! JYo.S, BucklantVs Brick Block, ',tST Sign of the Big Mortar. ' jg Fremont, Sandusky eo. July 6, 165017 List of Letters REMAINING in the Post Office in Fremont,! on the 30th of June, 1850. Persona calling for any of the following will say 'advertised letters. Albach Henry Eiase Jame A rent Express ' Ludwing Rechssl Less Guetaver Lischy Jacob ' Artist Daeuerriaa Boetick 3 bVrle Masdaleua Brohfield Mary miss Baffer Jacob L.ewia uavid Slots John Mires Hiaaktrah Barkkner Geo . : S McLain John ' Moaia Jaeob - ' " BexterG ' Baoghy Henry Butler miss Elisa Ann Barnkey miss Elizabelh Baugrand Isidore Busher Christian Billes John Briefs R m Butler Jsthro Comiut Wra Crsna Johnathaa " Current Benjamin Cos Riazio Coften J ?". - -Cads Hiram -" Dorr John . V- -Orannan miss E Oyed Samuel Everill Uevid Eieenhood Elijah Engleman Samuel Evens James -",-' Fisher B Henry Foster Henry Feilhaner W , -: Marechall Ferdiusad McGawer Henry M ilner nuldah Monger Caleb ' Meier Jaeob Miller F G ' Myers Benjemin -Mitchell Betsey miss 9f eeley Jamee Nightengale itev X. - Nash Heuny Oatis George F Opp Dan el Overmyer Peter " Perkins tuicnoiaa Perry Peter G Pringlee Joljn W Redliff Thomas H Root miss Ssrah Reed Jerosha Russell Benjamin . Hadhf Thomas H Rsdliff Thomas J Rigg James -Russell John 1 Smith Louisa C miss . Fislier B Heary Fields Wm , . Floid CalhariDO Frentzel Fr Snyder Isaieh fSfCrs" John " Oil more Elanor - ; Smith Adeiiue H rars Glass Daniel Gear Joseph , Gared Benjamin : Gebel Jacob Howe) Harriet Horeb Rev S Higbe Elijah . "t ., Honnan George ... ' Halaway W Huber Jonas J r - : Hlartnett mauriee3 Hare Christopher . , Hollinger Wesley Heibeot Piorro Hahermen tnichael - ' Sollins J ' - Sloane &, Burns. . .- - Straeh Philip , . , Sittren Johannis mr Steveans James Spoha John Smith John -Snyder George Swear John " Shaffer John : Sbirelx Henry '.. Sage Elizabeth . Smith Michsel Siloa Philip ! honner lsase Xhura Daniel Thomas BF Truchemiler Cathorins Waggoner George Jacob George Joues George W . rviaen Joeepu KarrEliab King John; 1 Dawsoa or Thomas 8hobe vviieoa ot, n asset l Walker DP Wildasiun Henry . ., Wagner Samuel Wilson W M Weaaer Ann E miss " Woodward Orriu Waterman H J German Letters Kliuklns John Krembe George P' KinfieldV-- . Kreyiey Adam -Kinghatn John eeq Kelsey J & J M pTnnat RsmDfil 1 Kelts John W WILSOIf M. oTARA, r. ft Pi-irate Sale. THE subeeriber offers the following n , T tract of Land at private sale at a BAR ; f GAIN, described as follows, to wit: f"'iii-T - The south-esst quarter of the norlh eeet quarter of section No. thirty -sis, in township No. fire, north of range No. fourteen, in Sandusky countv.:eontainins fortv acres. ' - I This land is about three and a half miles west of Fremont, in Washington township, and is esoel lent It situated sad calculated for farmios purposes. Persons wishing to purchase will enquire of the Editor of the Freeman, or addreae the subeeriber at Haeerstown. Washington county, Maryland, post paid. , GEORGE OE1HL. Fremont, July 13, 185018 Petition for Divorce: Pending in the Court of Common Pleas of San dusky county. State of Ohio. Minerva Coles, r - ve. Volonev Colee. rrUlE said Volooey Coles is hereby notified, that JL said Minerva Coles on the 5th day of July, A. L. 1850. filed a petition in the Clerk's omce of said Court, sgsmsthun sitting forth, tnet she was msr ritdto hinvia Oakland county, Michigan, on the Ud dev of Jons. 1044. and moved to Uhio and set' lied ia Sandusky county, with said Voloney in the fall of A. U 11)44, where pet Kroner still resides: ' thai in July A. L). 1846. said Volooey wilfully aban doned her and has been wilfully absent ever since and eaid petitioner preys lor a decree oi Lnvorce, acd will be heard at the nest term of said court. - ' - B. J." BARTLETT, .-:' - Att'y for Petitioner. JulyS, 1850, - . v Land for Sale. fTlUE following lands belonging to the De Forest JL aeira will do sold V J3 u I tJ tl t, A r , es the owners are anxious to dispose bt them. 1 hev are situated Bear Sandusky Bay 0a Big Pickerel Creek n a well settled neighborhood Rjrei ,Tp.: Sec. Description. ' Acres 17 IT 17 16 16 S 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 36 36 west h'f south-west duar - 80 north -east qnar 160 Borth-west quar " ' 160 south-east fraction . . 90 south-west qnar 130. Also 10,000 acres of jLand, . in Ottawa county, embracing every variety of soil unuorssa prairie. Detuerecan oa accommooateo with such tracts as they may wish, snd ths prices will bo not more then half such lands would sell for in Illinois or Wisconsin ; GEO. B. SMITH. Sandusky City, June 99, 1850 16:3m 1. M DANA, TENDERS his professional services to the citi zene of Fremont and adjacent conntrv. omce i ot tne pretest at hie dwelling on Arch street, where he will cheerfully attend to any calls. except wnen aoeent oa professional duty. June 24, icau. 100,000 POUNDS Wool Wanted! FOR which the highest price will be paid in C AS H. .-. - I would also say to all thst want Wooleo goods or Sheetings that they can be found good bV the vard. - 7 Manufacture Maimers, rind warp, at. . .31 Jo par yd. . " Full Cloth 37Jc " " Caeeimera, . " ...37 jo J- ; " Press Flsnnels, " .. .23c V I. ' Twill Blsnkting, 5 qrs... 31 Jc '' "'- Linsey snd find chein,... 25o "" Will take wool yen), weave into Sstioetts snd find - ehsin, at. ....................... .I6c per yd. Take yarn, weave snd find chain fnll snd press Sic " color snd preseSTc ' - - dreaas3iic The subscriber will take all kiads of produce-for the above work. p. C. DEAN. ; Bsllville, JrlBS 1, 1850.' ' " 12, ine auDscnoers nave jubi receiveu Decidedly the Largest and Best selection of EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET - Miacellaneone, Claaical, Medical and School Books, among which, ths following are a few: The writings of Gsn Washington, by Jared Sparks, 1SI volumes. Prescott's Conquest of Peru, 3 volumes) do do Mexico, 3 von. do Ferdinand and Isabella, 3 vols; do - Mieeellaniee, 1 vol: Allium'. Hiafnrw nt Rnmn. A wnmt iHildreth'e United Slates, 3 vols; Macceutey'e History of England, 3 vols; Hallam's Works, 4 vols; Gibbon's Rome, 4 vole. Stephens' Yucatan: Greece; Eerpt 3 vols each; Complete Worke of Lorenzo Dow; Addison's Works; curse s oo. Joeephue' Works 1 sod 3 vols; Byron's do Sbakspeere'e Works, I snd 3 vols; Rollin's History . do Chamber's Information for ths People, 9 vols; American Revolution 3 vole: . Marshal's Washington, 8 volumes; Neat's Puritans, 3 vole; Life of Brant, 3 vols; Mrs Edgeworth's Works 10 vols; Spark's American Biography, 10 vols; Memoirs and Administrations of the Presidents; Cooper's Naval History; - Brand's Encyclopedia; History of the Girondists: ine oi r ransiio; Mrs. Bremier's Novels, complete in one vol; Harper's Fsmily Library, 34 volumee:. do School Uretnci uorarv, ii voiuniee, do Claaical Library, 30 volumes Swan's TreeUee; Swan's Miscellsny; Webster's Dictionary, unabridged do do Large, revieea; do do University edition; do do School edition; United States Dispensatory, late editon; Eberlee's Practice; Eberlee's Therapeutics; Smith's Hend Surgery; Watson's Practice; Hooper'e Dictionary; SCHOOL BOOKS OF ALL KINDS Vt'finffur's Eclectio series of Readers; Rsy's, Adams', Smith's, Davis', Dabol's and Par kin's Arithmetic; Clark's. Smith's. Well's, Burritt's and Kirkam's Grammar; Smith's, Oloney's Morse's sod Parley'a Geogra phy, &o., ccc S TAT 10 NAB T. Any quantity of Fools Cop, snd Letter Paper plain and ruled, uut s.ogeu anu x.mooeeu. Letter Envellopee, of all kiads and styles. ..CALL AND SEE! At urns-, etomm s 9 ' - B lackland' Brick Block. S. BUCKL.AJVD & CO, Fremont, July, 1S50 17 Great Excitement. Trcmenduous Outbreak in Cuba! 10,000 Prisoners taken. TOPPING & WEGSTEIN, Have iast received a large assortment oi BOOTS & SHOES TTTHICH will bo offered at great bargains for VV CASH OR .READY fAI. Their clock comprises every variety of boots and. shoes suited to the market. The Gentlemesi ' will find thick boots and ehoes, oalf and kip, sewed and pegged, EX st extremely low prices. For Boys and Youth we hsve kip, estf and heavy boots snd shoes, as cheap as the market snores, ana oi superior iiu.i ity. Ana " For the. Ladies enameled snd kid excelsiors, enameled polka boots, calf and morocco boots, and also a lergo assortment of kid and morocco slippers of different colore sa patterns. '"'".'"''''':"-"--, ' . r or iobsi nisKs morocco sod calf boots and ehoes, morrocco and seal buskins, morocco, kid and seal slippers, gaiter boots, fancy colored balf gaiters: snd s large vevi ety of kid snd morocco boots snd shoes for children - Boot and Shoe Makers, will take notice, that we have a large assortment of: Shoo Fiudinre. for the trade, such as Boot Trees and Lasts, Pegs, French calf, Morocco and Boot morocco skins, pink red and white lining skins, and a general assortment of findings together with every variety or tools used in ins manufacture or ooou and shoes as cheap ae can bo bought in the west. We keep constantly on hand a large assortment of HATS AJN L (JAfS for men and boys. Boots and Shoes from measure. Our town and country customers can hsve boots and shoee made to order at our chop. We have secured the services of several experienced work men, especially for this branch of bar business, audi any work en frosted to- as will be warranted to FIT, and of UOUD S rviB.. tW South Store in Tyler's. blocJc at the tignof the big BOOT, Fremont June 22, -' lb PERF U ME R T! ROSE Hair Oil, V Ox Marrow, '" Bear's Oil - Maocassar Oil, Bandoliae Fixatrice, . Philocomb, ., Cream of Roses and Lilys, Cologne, Rose and Lavendar Water, &c, &,c, ' just received, at Buckland's. TTtTHlTE LEAD. Pure. Extra. No. I Dry vv and ground ia Oil, for sale cheap, at Buckland's. THE "OEB" WOOL DEPOT! IN FREMONT STILL IN MOTION! WHICH XVXBY BODT KNOWS 18 AT PEASE'S BRICK BLOCK, NUMBER 1 THE subscribers having made aa arrangement to purchase this article aa Commission, are prepared to pay the ,-,.. . 3T VERY HIGHEST PRICES ! Bo bring oa your VOOl and exchange K for CASH and not f ot GOODS, v ROBERTS, HUBBARD de CO. Fremont, May SS, 1850 ; " v Goods by Express! JUBT BBCEIVtD AT El3 ; (Dlksnp A MB W SUPPLY OF Fancy Lawns and Ginghams; Silk Fringes, Xiaces aud Braids; ; Ladies' Silk and Kid Gloves; do do Belts; Gents Kid Gloves; Taffeta, Brocade, Enameled and Ciintiieleon Bonnet Ribbons; White Crape; Feather Fans and Fancy Buttons; '" Palm-leaf and Leghorn Hats ;; " Brown Linen, Chambray Gingham, and Tweed Coats and Pants; and any quantity of nice things too "numerous to m.nlinn .11 . r.HF.AP ' - . Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. Court of Common pleas, Sandusky eounty, Ohio. I 1 r -r AJ i... ' jvim ueierer, aainibMirsior OI f John Mcintyre's estate; a. t , . ; - vs. .. . i John Mclnlyre, el. al. . t . IN pureuance of aa order of said court made in the above entitled case. 1 ahall offer for sale at auc tion on the 22d day of July next, between the hours prescribed by lew, at the door of the court house of said eounty, in Fremont, the follonig lande and tenemente. to wit: The eouth-weel part of the north-west ouarter of secuon numoer imny-ipur, in ureen (Jreea town ship. Sandusky county contaioing fifty acres. J lust or sals. une-tniro casb in hand, one third in one year snd one-third in two rears, with interest irom day ol sale., lo be eecured by mort gags on ths promisee. , JUnfl L.fc EVER, Adm'r. Fremont June 29. 185016-3 rnOWHSENU'S SarsapariliaA large lot for A. saieiur oniy ai ; Bucxtsnu's NEW- STORE! In Entire NEW Stock of Goods!! N these days of go-s-hesditiveness,' nothing is more true then ths ssying, thst svery day onngs "SOMETHING NEW!" and the subscribers urged by these inventive times, Have got up Something New! xpreeely for this meridean, viz: ' - " ' A New Store! Filled with J'IHt GOOMiSi which will be offered to the public on NEW TERMS; IN ' -Bnekland'i New Brick Block! consisting of a well selected stock of . Spring attir Summer (Soofo, Cloths,' plain and fancy Caesimeres, Satinettes, Tweeds snd Bummer stuns. DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS snd SHOES, HATS and CAPS. READY-MADE CLOTHING, HANDWARE. ' CROCKERY, &c. Sic It is useless to enumerate the endleaa variety that may be found at our establishment. Wo would say to the LAUl t-B nowever, mat tney can nuo the IiATEST FASHIONS of Bon nets, Ribbons, Ginghams, Chambra . do.. Silks, Satins. Shoes snd Slippers, Paresols, Gloves, Shawls, La ces; also a great vsriety oi lasnionaoie lancy aricies. : . GENTLEMEN'S Fashionable Hats aud Caps, fins Calf and Kip Boots, Broadcloths, Casstmeres, soms f ine French Caseimere Pants, Coats and Veets. A great variety of Neck, and Pocket Handk'es, Ties, Collars, die Ac, TO FARMERS. WE OFFER . all kinds of Groceries, Domestics, Sheetings, cte. VKUV bOIV. All of our Goods were bought sines ths lata . Great Reduction iu Prices! and by calling yon will find that we have the BEST SELEGTED, snd CHEAPEST Stock of Goods ever brought into this town, snd bo convinced by thst best of judges experience tnat we PRACTICE what we PREACH. ALMOST ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE, Taken in exchange for Goods! 3Don't mistake the Plaee.,! Buckland'sBrickBlock. . J. P. IIAYNES etc SON. Fremont. Mar. 1850. . IS! ONE MOMENT IiADIES AND GESITLEME: Large Additions and increased facilities; FOB SELLING LA ROE Q,CAJiTITIE3 OF v DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES, AT LOWER PRICES THAN EVER! DAVID BE T TS , Having Jnst pnrcnased and received A LARGE STOCK OF GOODS, will now ex hibil to ths public the beet sssortment EVER BROUGHT TO FREMONT ! ...J t .1 m. u. .. nvB other eetabliedment in Sandusky . eonnty. verB ancoca, and many o. tne eurrounuing WBn,.e., thankful to a discriminating public, for the patron-land the constant throng at their counters fully ago by whieh I have been enabled to reach mygdemonstrates that they can here pnrcb.es their present position, i hope by etrictiy sttending to bo-Goods cbeaper tUaa any where els sinees, snd the interests of the public, to merit e continuance of their favors. My stoek of Broadcloths, Caasimers, . Veatinxfs. and Gentlemen's wear generally, will be offered at .. .. VERY LOW PRICES! : The attention of the ladies is narticulailv called to onr extensive assortment of Dress Goods, which consists in part of Silks. Gro de Nap, Gro de Rhine, .&c. plain ana figured burs ana sauna, and il they do not snit look at their beautiful variety of figured aad-plans de rallies, dun meres, priors, &.C. and then examine hie general variety of edgings. mull edgings, ribbons of every description, and ev ery other article in tbst line; by that time yoa will want to look at bis SpUniiii tarietg of Sljatuls, which for beauty, richness and durability, cannot be surpassed in this marktt. Mis stock ot HARDWARE, Conaiets in part of cable, log, -trace and halter chains: mill, cross eot, hand and back saws, an ils, vises, broad axes, adzses, locks, augurs, bra ces and bits, and in fact, every articte usually kept a nardware storee. All ot which will be sold at Unparalleled Low Prices. His sssortment of iron. Bails, glass, crockery. cutlery, dee, dec, is complete. American, Swedes and Old Sable iron in any quantity, selling st a mere eong. . B O O T S A N 1) a II O E S for ladies, gents, boys and mioses in a great variety , at prices to suit the times. Also a large assort ment of ' Mteatly-matle Clothing, . at city prices. He would also say to the public thet he has made extensive srrangements to go into tne - -t. r-. WOOL TRADE! and is aow prepared to buy And pay CASH for any amount that can be had. Therefore bring it on, together with your produce oi every description, aad you will find s ready market and the highest prices at .. DAVID BETtS' Fremont, May 25th, 1850.. Agency of Dr. S. S. Fitch, 707 Broadway New York. TOR SALE His Patent Silver Plated Abdom J? inal Supporter, Patent steel spring shoulder brace, Silver Inhaling Tube, and Lectures on Con sumption &c. . Also his Celebrated Medicines as prepared and used by him, with or without ths instruments, in tne treatment of ... Pulmonary Oonsnmptionj Asthma, Heart Disease, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Piles, Prolapsus, Debility, female Complaints, Spinal Weekness, . Coughs, Colds, Catarh and all similar diebesea. The instruments are the beet of their kind snd warranted againet all defect. The medicines are carefully prepared by Or. Fitch, and all, whether Used together or each article separately, wilt bea comparison with, and be found Superior to any similar article' being made for nee and not merely for sale. t uii directions in . DR. FITCH'S GUIDE TO INVALIDS, which is given away, a valuable treatise of 48 nae- All to be had of the onlv dulv euthorized Agent for Bellevns, J. W. Goodson; Tiffin, Geo. e-cbert. r or sole ia r remont, by . STEPH. BUCKLAND fe CO. June 8, 1850 12-ly " ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. f i 'iHE personal propertv belonging to the eetate of L Fierpoint W. Marsh, deceased, consisting of One sett double Harness, "'? "J ' Two Beds and Bedsteads, ' One CooJe Stove and Furniture, One Clock and other propertv. will be soid at Vendue at the residence of the sub' scriber, on the 13th daw of July, eommenc ng at IU o'clock la trie torenoon. JAS. VALLETTE, Adm'r. June 39, 1850. ..GOLD PENS T3AGLEY'8 Gold Pens and Pencils for sale cheap, at S. BOCXLAKD & Co's. fiHEAP PUBLICATIONS. A choice lot of W Harper & Brother's, just received at -- - - w UUCKIAITD'S- Fremont Cash Store. 1 npHE subscriber has just received largo sad J. wen selected Sloes of ,. -.. ' - Spring ant! Summer- (ools, purchased entirely for cash, ' Since the Great Decline. - in the Eastern Marksf. - a Ia eonseaueaeo of large importations snd s lisht iiemsna in tns ssriy port o tne season Viooossi Declined in prices from 15 to 20 perct.:t which wil enable them to be eold for leee than was! paid by those who unfortunately porchued too soon. Fashionable Dress Goods of all descriptions. Turk Satins. " - . . Gro de Rine and Italian bilks cheaper than ever. Shawls from 6s. to $12, the most splendid as sortment ever exhibited in this market Bonets at less than hatf the usual prices. Artificial Flowers and Ribbons direct from Europe. " BOOTS AND SHOES, 1 1,, heat and finest that could be found ia market. and will be sold at a very email commission fro ml : First cost ana n arraaieu. Hardware,, ,; , , - -: Iron, - Nails, ..- . " Glass, - Crockery, , .."Salt.- v. . Leather, and a arge and magnificent stock of - BEADY-MADE CliOTHING, purchased direct from the manufacturers thus sav ing the Jobber'e ten per cent profit, which will be old arithont reward lo orefit or loss. - Iu a word. Ladies and Gentlemen, call and x- umine Goods and prices snd yoa will be satisfied this is tne place , -. To buy Goods Cheap. .. A. E. TAYLOR. Birchard St. Dickinson's Old Corner. Fremont, May 15. 1850. - '. FREMONT V700L DEPOT! DUR1N Q the late" visiTof Mr. KENDALL; hi made arrange menu for the opening of a IVOOJL DEPOT in Fremont, on a moat extensive scale. Finding the spacious Wsre Rooms which they now occupy too small to accommodate this addition to their business - Kendall & Nims have rented the targe building formerly occupied by Mr. Morehouse, and intend using i- tor mo - Purchase and Packing of WOOL for San dusky and the adjoining counties. Thev hone to offer indoeemsnta to the surroand- ng country te bring to this market their entire clip the ore sent season, as Mr. Kendall has made Arrangement, with Eactemt Operators, which will enable them to oav the very highest prices the market will command. They are thus determined TO FULFILL THE PLEDGES one after another, which thev at first made to the pub lic, so that their Establishment shall indeed be Head Quarters! where the whole farming interest ia all this section, caa buy and sell to the GREATEST ADVANTAGE. The Cargoes of Wheat, Oats and Corn, Hfor wbich .thev have this season paid out the socks." have brought farmers from Ben sea in all (his section of the country. The Rksa BattilliOHs have just arrived, bringing . an immense assortment and many ar ticles at Greatly Reduced Pricee, 'K "so that they can now sell IRON roa " -" 'Waaoss, all round at $4, Prime Bbows ' Sooa, sixteen and twenty pounds for Good Molasses, at 31c: best Soqab-House, only 40c; and many , of the other great staples st so ASTONISHING KEDIJCTION In conseonence of the wonderful success at Heed Quarters, it is expected that counterfeiters will be verv nlentv the comina seasonf in fact some excel lent imitators have already made their appearance a the shape of flags, eigne, motloea, ate , cz-c, out t ie ell "no go," for the people nnderstand that theee "bogusers" are no mors like the gennine OEn CASH STORE, A.t:Hafl:(Saff49irs. than a 'brass button' is like a real 'California.' They must be excueed, however, from all , .. criminal intentions, since it ie evident . . . that tbey did not know but what - . , the "Express" liine run by "Telegraph." Bring oa pi H " therefore, vocrOaU, - i FJ Q v s Wheat. Corn and Wool for the -T. CASH STAKDETH WAITING! Fremont, May 25. 1850. rj E V GOODS! RECEIVED BY . J. S. OLMSTED, At his Old Stand oh the Turnpike, DPfOSITB WHYLKr'3 TAVERK. - Dry Goods, BBLACE, Brown. Blue and Mixed cloth, black, mixed and fancy caasimeres, blue, black, aud mixed satinetu, Kentucky jeans snd tweeds cloth. red, white snd Yellow flannels, red snd blue plaid cloaking, gimps, fringes, calicoes, gimgnams-, al Daecas. and lawn cloths, shawls and drese hand kerchiefs, and the most faahiouablo fancy, dress goods for the ladiee that the Ifew X org. market can ttord. uieacned ana Drown ShirtingSj Canton Flannels, . ; Ribbons, ... ; ijlack auk tor Ureases, 8eing Silt, ' ' Checks, VestingSj j . Twist fe thread, Comforters, . Cohoe's Shirtsi and Drawers, '''"',' I. ' Traveling Bags," :s , . : l" " " """ " Muffs, I ! ' . " Carpeting, " ' Waddings ' Battings, Cotton Yarn, Carpet Warn . Carpetincr, aud almost every description of Dry Goods that are kept in the Western Country- Groceries. Tes, eoftee. sogar, pepper, spice, ginger, nutmegs, cloves, cinnamon, starcn, saissratus, madder. Indigo, alum, deb; Hard-ware Croa-eut, mill, hand and wood-saws: cross-cut mill, and hand-eaW filee; Bweed'a iron, . flat and round bare; cot and wro't . . nails; band & boon iron; . cast, spring, &. Americas eleelj Aroee ' shovels, hay arid manure forks; nail rods: White's Simmoue' and Collins' cast steel axes; besides sn extensive sssortment of SHELF HARD-WARE, such as, Pocket-knives, table knives and forks, butts aud screws; doot hangings and trimmings, etc., etc. Boots and Shoes, s very great variety and warranted waterproof. HATS & CAPS, A GOOD ASSORTMENT. Sole and Upper Leather, dbc; all of the above articles will be eold cheap for Cash, or ex changed for Wheat, Corn, Oats, Rye, Timothy, Uloveror rex-eeeds, fiidee. sneep pelte, rJutter, Lard, Eggs, A allow and Wex. - ; . '.:-.-; i Fremont, November J, 1841) 34 THE choicest Liquors and Wines for Medicinal and Mechanical purposes for sale st ' JOUCKLAND 8. BIBLES. A $ I 50 to fi A large lot of Family Bibles from 6. Also. Pocket. Clasn. Tnelr. ktul I'olvclolt Bible and Teatahianla HEW GS0CE8Y m SALC::!: , , , . justopbsed nr Bttckland's New Brick Building: i ; J. F. K. SEBRING, I ML RESPECTFTJLLT informs hi Old Tt'II Customers and the Public generally, V ' " W,it that ho has agsin gone into the Gro- (tprflfe i;!"'1'"'! eery Business, sad bas now opened ii'f . 3f, ONX OT THS MOST SXTBNSIVK C!frrtTrrt tf flvn ft a na o 11 ever broueht to this market, with especial refereoct to supply the wants of (ho citiiens of SsndOskj aai j adjoining counties. - 1 1 me stock consists in pan ot . 7 . Sugars, - Coffee. Teas, Spices, :'.. Pepper, Rnisias, Tobacco, Segars, fcc, Ac. together with e complete sod large asssortmeut ofj CANDIES the best ever opened in Fremont, the assertion cfj 'bogus" dealers ia tins article to trie contrary not withstanding. NUTS, FRUITS AND PRESERVES, of ths rarest kinds, will be bo found at my store. Lemonade, Mead, Cronk and Beer, can be had at a moment's notice. Fresh Baked Breads Cake, Pies, and Biscuit always kept on hand. Families wish ing te no enpplted with Bread can st all times be accommodated with a superior article and oa the moet liberal terms. , ;. But I hsve neither time nor the printer room in his paper, to enumerate the sixth part of the articles kept by me, and caa only aek that the 'discrimina ting public' will give me a cell and judge for them selves, feeling satisfied that I caa render entire sat- sfaction 10 all both as to prices and duality. Fremont, June 15, 1850. - - 14 Livery Stable. SMITH & WILLIAMSON, GIVE notice to the citizens of Fremont, and the public generally, that they have formed a co- DartnershiD. aad intend earmnr on tns a Dove oasi nree in all ite branches and forme. They have made large additions to weir stock of Horses: Carriages, Buggies, Ate; and are now prepared to eccommodate all who ma favor them with a call. Horace and carriages For Parties or rnaerals can be had st say moment. Covered snd openi buggies for men ot aasioess or pleasure, oa uie shortest notice. " - Biding Horses of the liest bottom, always on hand. " The strictest attention peid.se that all who call shall bo accommodated without delay. . Teams for , : ; -. - Carrying Passengers or Movers into anv oart of the coontrV. alwave on hend. Those wishing any thing in the above line. Will do well te live us a trial, as we feel confident tbey will be satisfied, both as to teams and prices, the former warranted to cerrv pes?cngers lo their desti nation in the shortest possible time, and the letter! to be ss reasonable as possible. By strict attention to business, they hope to merit a liberal share of public patronage. Stables Nearly opposite Norton's Foundry Fremont, December 15, 1849. 1 - ' :"':.' D E S T I 8 T R Y . ' ? y'- ' DR.r L. D.TPARKER, from Cixyxlxxb,, Tk ESP ECT FTJ LLT sunoancea fo the nablic thai XV he has permanently located ia Fremont, for the purpose of practicing . - Surgical sind Mechanical Dentistry From the ample resources which he hee enjoyed. for acquiring a thorough knowledge of the profeee- ion, he feels confident that he ehall be able to give satisfaction to all who may desire his aid, in the va rious branches of ths profession. The public are aseured that the utmost care will be taken to render his operations both permanent and useful. - - Artificial Teeth set on Gold Plate, in number from s single one to a double sett. Piv ot teeth set in the beet manner. Carious teem til led so as to permanently arreet the decay. Teeth $ .cleaned in such a manner ss not to injure the en-1 tmel Terth extrsctsd with the most approved ustrnments. Dr. PARKERi wishes to be understood that he is responsible tor all hie'operetions. Persons wish ;ing JJental operations, ere mviteo to can at mooi- fice, in fJaldweirs ericx cunamg. over ur. inm berlin's Office. Fremont, June 30, 184915 Shaker Sarsaparilla, IS QUABT BOTTLES, AL PREPARED BY ' . : BB. S. I. HOWE, Needs but one trial to establish its merit as the - BEST SARSAPARILLA. TT'VER discovered for ths core of the numerous, I i diseases arising from a debilitated and derang ed state of the system. Female complaints, Lnver eomplsinls, scroiuia. Biles, Pimples or pustules on the face, chronic sore Eyes Ringworm, or tetter, scald nead, rneumatiem, naine in the bones or ioiuts, snd all diseases arising from aa injudicious use of mercury. Purify the Blood and all is well. A REMARKABLE CURE." " -: Coldmbos, Indiana, Junr 5lh, 1850. Messrs. S. D. HoTtdc. Co. Gentlemen; Abonl rix months since 1 wes attacked with what my fam Ir nhrsician called Bilious Pneumonia, which be came seated deeply on my lunge, ana aiier my pny sician had broken up the fever my lungs still seem ed to be sertouslr atteeted. 1 had no appetite what ever; my skin seemed to have loot ite action sod function, there was as perspiration, and in fact my self as well as my friends bad given me up as incur able in consequence or my complexion or disease, and acre, which ie about sixty years, until one of mt neighbors celled to see me, who some four months! since was afflicted similarly to myself, and had pur chased a cooplo of bottles of Da. S. D. Howe's CoxrousD Extract or BARSArARiLLA, and it gave her such speedy relief, she prevsiled on m to pur chase a bottle and try it. . I done so more to gratify my friends thaa that 1 had any expectation ot Being benefited by tne medicine, out oeiore i oao ibksii the whole of one bottle my strength snd appetite began to improve rapidly as well ss my skin, began to Perform its proper function i - 1 purchased the second bottle, snd by the time it wee. all taken I eraeresored to ae good health as I hare enjoyed tor tbe last twenty years. Bin. Lr. M'B.IIJ . Hi. Sr Jackson a distinguished physician of fridi sua certifies to the above cure, and Dsee Dr. Howe's SHAKxa Sarsabarilla in his private practice and recommends its use for all diseases arising from a vitiated State of the blood and system. . Buch test! mony is of more real value than peges of ordinary advertisements. - The great a tickets fehich Iits attended the use of i Dr. a. O. Howe's Shaker Sarsaparilla suioe ite in troduction in the western statee, has established its character in thie section of country. This is the Only karsaprula that acts on the Liver, Kidneys and Blood at tlie same time, and hence its singular efficacy and success. Bi sure and get Dr. S.D. Howe's Shaker. Sarsa parilla and take no other. ; .. . . . '. quart Bottles $ I per ootne or or o Dottles lor $o " for salFbt s. buckland & co. . !1 1 Fremoht, Sandusky county. VVhelden ife Rhedee, Sandusky city, ' Oeoree Eberl. Tiffin, " , And bv DR. & D. HOWE & CO., Proprietors, . No. I. College tl all. Cincianati. O. Te Whom all idtdere must be ed dree d. 1? H eadQ u arter s. ON account of the death of Mr. KksdaLl, shall offer our entire stock of Goods at TREMEND 0 US B"AR GAINS! nolnding a large lot of Bonnets: Parasols. Summer stuns, Hoots and snoee. &o.f &c. The word has gone forth and this stock S3 must be sold. : The establishment will remain at present under . . . r f , ii . ... . . mr urinal nvnosil oItlnu, ..i . - June 13. 1850. T , ... - : -Pierpoitst Mar-sh's Estate XTOTICE ia hereby gives that the subscriber has! X v Dees appointed and Qualified ae admmtetrator on the eetate of Fierpoint Marsh, late of San dusky county, deceased. , June 29, 1850. JAS. VALLETTE. CODFISH of superior ouelity at - --'- : IIatses CbkaI Stoat. NAILS. Fremont Iron Co. 'a Neils, ntannfas tured at Troy. If. V., at i - Hatkxs'. AMP and Tanner's Off at rAtrS i JOY TO THE WOUti ! Pcrry Darls' Vegetable rIa-kl. ? Pot the instant cure snd entire eradication of all fta ISTER3AX, AKD EXREBHAX. REMEDT. - 1V0 matter where the pain iserof srkat natnre - tnis will reacta u- Beware of Counterfeits! Cantlon!! ALL persons are hereby cautioned sgainst mak ins apiticstioo for, or purchasing Davis Paul " 11 Lie of $T J . S ANFuao Get oor r, rjj of M s- . nee City. .- . - . ,t ,. : Ho was formerly en agent for the sale of the gen. nine medicnes but recently it has come to the , knowledge of the proprietors that he is nismifae sring and vending a SPURIOUS ARTICLE, uttiug it tip nearly in the same style es the genn- ' ine, publishing a pamphlet copying onr directions : learly verbatim, and osing one of Hie heads of our idvertieemetita, ("Isstast Curs cr Pais "J as a lame for hie spurious compound. : ' In order more successfully to cerrv on this oa Ira- geons fraud he has within the past two weeks, roao appiiation to our western office at Cincinnati, for another supply of the genuine to sell to those he cannot gull with his spurious slutT, but his ayewy 's hereby revolted, and he wul not receive any further supply of Hie Genuine, and all porsone who value life and Health, and wish to purchase the gennine PERRY DA VIS' PAIN KILLER, must see that aiiteness of the orig inal inventor ts on each bottle, nd purchase of sueh egents only ae are named below. 1. pi. Harris, uenerai Agent, new Lonaon, Con necticut, May 4th, 1850. ....Western Office, ISo. 7, College Building, Cincinnati, T. HY C. Allen, Superintendent. ....Chss. Powers & Co , agents for Woodville. ....Gideon Hatch, agent for Bail- ville: and . S. BUCKLAND & CO., June S2:3m Sole agents for r remont. CHEAPER YET Stoves ! Stove tt . j e e New Siove Store ia Fremont, CL THE subscriber is just receiving at his shop on Main street, between Fre'd Vandercook' siors 'and Sebung'e grocery, any quantity of PREMIUM, NIAGARA. HOT-AIR, Hathaway's improved Ten Plate and Box Stoves,' and better than all, w iikeon's ol Co. 's Kitchen Wit cli! Principal PatenUin 1837, 'S8,'42, '47, 4 '49. The proprietors of this Cooking Stove, with en tire confidence, elaim for it the merit of being tbe very best in the world, -either aa to economy, conve nience, or durability. Call and examine it, aud sat iety yourselves. . I offer the above lot of Stoves at a email advance above coat, and with every variety of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iroa Wsre, aad will furnish on reasonable terms, - Eave-trough, Gutter and Conductor .Pipe, and all articles in my line warranted to be what t repreeent tnem. - - - Farmers, Merchante and others are invited to call before purchasing elsewhere, aa 1 am deter- - mined to make it en ohject for them to do so. I will also pay a fair price for all kinds of merchanta ble Produce. - -CASH PAID For any quantity of Slieep Pelts. - O. II. FUSSELMAN. . October 13, 31 -6m. 'V t 'COME IN, WE CALL YOU ! ffBAVFIBM, NEW GOODS) AAD " ; &0BeRTS, HCBBARD & CO., ; H SAVING taken the old stand of 3. R. Peaee,' . sad purchased the entire stock of Pease & , Roberts, are now bating it replenished with ths latest and moet desirable patterns of - . COOK, HALL, PARLOR, Alr-Tignt, Six-PIite and Box Stores. ' srer offered in this market, which will bs sold st Wholesale ot Retail to suit pbrchasere, and for which we will take your Hides, bktns, Rags, Beeswax, 1 allow, dre. . Old Stoves bought and sold, or exchanged for New OSes. .'. ' -' - ''. fjive he s Call. DonH forget the place. Pease's Brick Block rV6. If attlie tigu or the Siove. . W. B. For particulars call al our establiiluneatt Advice, gratis. Featont, SepL 29, 1849. vl '-'."-'. ' ; Lester Vaudercook's Estate. ALL persona indebted to the estate of the late Leeter Vandercook, are hereby notified thef Immediale payment must be made to - the under signed, or costs will be made. . . . , A CULJi.S, aifnj.ttsfrafor. Fremont. Mar 25. 1850. it1 f it Jr . Splendid sssortment, from 31c to $3, at BUCKLAND & CO'S. N OT PAPER and Eavelopee of every descnp, , tion at S. BucKlakd Sc Co's BLANK BOOKh, full bound Ledgers, Journals, Dockets, Cash and invoice books, at . CARPENTERS can fihd Hand-eaws, Draw-s knives, steel SqbateS, try Squares, plane irons . Nail Hammers, Hatcllets. A: c of the best quality st , Havsks' CBiAr Stout. ; ZEPHT R WORSTED patterns, Canvas, Bo-rd andSeedles.it rlinn. COLLARS, Gloves, Handkerchiel's, et (lose, Neck and Pocket ( UAVlfES. . CASH paid for Laud Warrants at . Head Qpakters. ., WOOD WANTED! - ANT quantity of good Hickory and Ash Wood .-; will be taken en subscription at the i : 1 ttrtatAS Office. Whiie liVood JLtunoer, tY all kinds and clear stuff for sale by Feb. 9. O. H. FUSStLMAN. OILKS, Satins, alpaccas, lawns, ginglifims, &.Ct k7 all qualities and prices at Hatsxs. rOtlNG Hysoa "Tes of superior quaiitv at - ' - Havsis. gWEEDS' and PitWburgh lrtti at Hatnks. WHITE BUS BONNETS au article made expressly for thie bee, Jost received at . . : - . . fiATNES . ; i; f , & P. VAN fit I C O 0 Kj ; ' ' MERCHANTS AND DE A LEKS '.' . J In all kinds of Produce,' - . At tfae Old Stand . . t Eortrleriy boctipied by Dickenson & V. Dorerf,:" -t ; December 2. tS-i ; '' "' : ' .''""