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Tke Serenta Census f tie U. S. , K
have been favored by Amos W. Muzzj",
Assistant Martha, with the following-synopsis
of the new census law which we publish for
the Benefit of all concerned:
The first duty requires an exact enument
tioa of all persons whose ual i1asw of abode
on the first day of June was in the family, to
gether with the age, sex, and place of birth
the profession, occupation, or trade of every
male over fifteen years of age. The duty un
der schedule 4 requires, 1st the Ha of acres
of improved land, 2d unimproved, 3d cash val
ue of farm." Then follows value of farming
implements and machines; number of horses,
milch cows, working oxen, other cattle, sheep,
and swine; then cash value of the above nam
ed liva stock, over one year old; then bushels
of wheat, rye, corn, oats, barley, buckwheat,
peas, beans,- and potatoes raised last year;
tlieh value of orchard produce, in dollars, last
year. " The number of lbs. of butter and cheese,
tons of hay, grass seed, bops, flax, and hemp ;
lbs. of maple sugar, honey, and bees' wax.
Value of home-made manufactured cloth ;
mad lastly, the value of animals slaughtered,
II for the year ending 1st of June, 1850, -
Section fifteen requires every free person
20 years old, being a member or agent of any
family, to answer to the best of his knowledge
e questions put by the Assistant, under the
tenuity of forfeiting $30 to the use of the
Oenera! Government - - . v-"
It would be well for farmers and others who
re liable lo be absent from home when the
Marsha! calls, to have -the answers to the above
questions written down, that delay may not be
occasioned. ' Jamestown Journal :
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7 Got. Crittenden's Resignation. .
. Tha Frankfort Commonwealth of Tuesday,
tsontains an address of J. J. Crittenden, resign
ing bis office as Governor of the Common
wealth bf Kentucky, preparatory to his accep
tance of a place in President Fillmore' Cab
inet In his address he says:
"Very soon after my election, our late Pres
ident, the go-jJ and illustrous General Taylor,
offered me a place the first place in his
Cabinet I declined it, and among the reas
ons that influenced me, not the least was, the
apprehension that so sudden an abandonment
r ,1... .i.;..k ...,, Karl iuct nct&t
VI LUC UUIUn fcU 11IVU , " . J""-
me, might be regarded as a want of duty to
the State, and of proper respect for the great
honor you had eonfered upon me. - But now,
that I have served nearly two years, and that
. . I, .i
roy term ot omce, snortenea Dy tne new euu
slitution, is approaching its termination, I think
that I may without repproacb or censure, b
be permitted to resign, and that, considering
all the circumstances, you will approve my
course. - - --
Bv the Resistnation of Governor Crittenden,
Lieut Gov. Helm now becomes Governor of
the State . --: .-.
Love of Coiktry. The Germans say
Fatherland ; the English word of endearment
is Mother "Country. Father! Mother I Two
of the tenderesl words in language. And the
nations not knowing which is more so, employ
-tUAm KnU iw nrAartn h 8111-0 thev haVS Pm-
uvii I w.u, au - j
ployed the very choicest dearest signs of
toouglit ana leenng wimm rueir puwer, iu pur
ry that holy love which all good people are
penetrated with towards their native land.
And when children can forget a protecting
father; or cease to love a tender mother, then
may a citizen turn bis back upon his country
or see her stroggling in the grasp of faction
twithrmr. hrv?Hincr ant to her a lielmnp hand.'
But riot till then.
Growing Public Opinion against Sla
wery in the Slave State.
The Washington correspondent of the N.' Y.
Commercial says, that of the 105 yovng men
who graduated the present year at tne Uni
versity of Virginia, only five of them left the
institution with convictions favorable to the
continuance and spread of slavery.
. The-New York Herald, of Saturday, con
tains the following sdvertisement.f "
A lady of beauty, intelligence snd education,
an hear of a liberal and constant protector.
bv informing; Leander, Washington, D. C, of
Ler age and residence, by letter or otherwise.
.; -' - The Milan Route.
A corps of Engineer are now working then
way from Elyrin, towards this place, making
a survey with reference to a railroad route.
On Saturday they had reached Birmingham,
nd will be here to-day or to-morrow. Wc
understand the route thus far is fully as good
aa was anticipated,
: - Milan Tribune.
wear their dresses at hnlf mast, as a mark of
respect to departed mouesty. Uur Iriena naa
better be careful, or ho may be arraigned at
be bar of Tashioo, and forced to take leg bail
- Large Litter List. Jesse Holliday, P. M.
of St Joseph, Buchanan county. Mo, the great
depot of the over-land Cafifornians, advertises
5,505 letters np to July 1. The list occupies
- fifteen and a half columns of the Gazette.
g A young miss having been invited to a
military batl, inquired, with great simplicity.
if all the ladies were expected to bear arms?
M A Ft R I E D,
On the 21st nit., bv Rev. H. Lang, Mr Ferdi
nantl Bing and M isa Catharine Gresemanu, both of
By the ssme, on the 4th inst. , Mr. Peter Reed
ad Mies Caroline Bowersox, both of Washington
township. - . - - - i
' - '-
FREMONT PRICE CURRENT.
Wheat per bushel
Floor per barrel
Corn per bnshel. .... ....
Oats per bnshel
Hutter per pound
,Egg per dozen.
Cheese per pound...., ...
Lard per pound..
Salt per barrell. ...... ...
, Hides per ponnd
Flax seed per bnshel..;..
Timothy seed per bu .... .
Clovereed per bo.......
Pork per barrell-... ... . ..
Hams smoked per pound. .
Beans Der bushel .........
....4 a 8
.....3 (10 .
....10 00 .
Potatoes per bushel. .... .
Onions per bushel. .... ..
Apples green.... .... ...
- Apples dried.. .. -..
. . it.
Tallow per pound. ......
Btaves ripes per M... ..
os Pipes per M. . .
Bbl per M.
JJlackwainot Lumber per
THE choicest Liquor and Wines for Medicinal
and Mechanical purposes for sale at -. "
: .! . - Bcckland'S.
BiBLES. A large lot of Family Bible from
$ i 50 to $8. Aleo, Pocket, Clasp, Tuck, and
Poiyglott Bible cad Testament at
..,.... v..,ji v- ..BocnAsa'aV:-
McAlister's All-Healing Ointment.
It is a rare occurrence that w notice editorially,
any Patent Medicine" that is being hawked abont
the country, but in duty to the world we feel bound
to acknowledge and stats that no one article of med
icine within our knowledge, for most complainte
which human flesh is heir to, begins to be as valu
able aa M'Alister's All-healing Ointment.. Hiring
witnessed its great and wonderful healing proper
ties, we would not on any consideration be withoot
it: and we ear so all heads of families, keep this ar
ticle on hand if yon wish to preserve your health
and save doctor's bill: see advertisement. - -
Liver complaint is always enred by the use of
Dr. G. C. Vaughn's Vegetable Lilhontriplic, the
Great Americun Itemed) ;- here i a letter front
Hillsborough, O., Jan. 1, 1847.
Dr. G. C. Vaughn, Dear Sir I deem it a duty I
owe yoo and the world at large to make the follow
ing statement. In August your traveling sgml left
some ef your medicines with me to sell. Seeing
the great recommendations, and being myself af
flicted with liver complaint I tried otic small bottle,
it at ottce gave me relief: I tried a second and you
wilt he astonished to learn so great was rts power
that was completely cured, and am now aa atout
and well at ever 1 was in my life. . I commenced
selling the medicine lo my customers, and its sin
gular effect waeimmediately manifested, it was suc
cessful in all eases, some of which our medical men
staled could not be cured. I cheerfully offer my
testimony in favor of your Lithontriptic Mivture,
and hereby state that I consider it superior to all
other preparations now before the country. .Will
yon please forward more as soon as possible.
Tours etc. R. H. JOHNSON.
Onr columns has the advertisement of this Great
American Remedy. Get a pamphlet of the agents
whose names are fonnd there.
TriE subecriher is prepared to furnish Soci't.
Hall, in Euckiatid's Brick Block, for
Cotillon Parties, Sorics, Lectures,
on reasonable terms: and also refreshments,
in the best atyle en the shortest nntieet
J. F. R. SEBRING.
Fremont, August 3, 1850. - -
DAGVERREIAN LIKENESSES, takes in
all forms," and in the moat approved styles by
Miniatnres enveloped in Frame?, Case, Lockets,
Ladies' Bracelets, Pins, Finger-rincs. A c.
Ladies ahonld always dress in Dark. A Dark
scarf is the most suitable neck dress for the Gen
tlemen. Rooms At ihe Franklin Bouse, upstairs:
where he will remain few days only.
The Ladies and gentlemen of Fremont and vicin
ity, are respectfully invited to cull and examine hia
epecimeus, which he does not hesitate to compare
with the most efficient operators. -
Operating hours from 8 A. M., until 5 P. M.
Fremont, July 97, 1850. SO
KCW STOCK! NEW PRICES!!
J. TE VEJVSOJ
WOU LD inform the public that hi has resumed
hi business at his !d rtnnd, oa Croghan t.,
and having httd the oportnuity of seeing ind getting
All the Latest Fashions from East and West,
and hi.vi.ig brought on au asaortmeut of the
:i FINEST WOODS, VKNEEKtVQS, AC,
he is prepared to furnish his old enfftomem and as
many new ones aa can crowd into hia ware rooms,
withrtha most aplandid lot of
iUabcgony, Rosewood and tlackwalnut
Of every kind from the Cradle to the Coffin.
As to price, ha t determined
NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD.
He ia bold to say that he can offer vosj BETTER
BARGAINS and BETTER WORK than von can
get weat of Buffalo; he ha on fcand, and is making
All kinds of BEDSTEADS,
on New and Improved Plans;
such as Lewis' Patent, Fowler's Patent, etc., etc.
Do not fail to give bim a call.
13 He has got up a good Heatse, and will attend
futterala in town or country.
Fremont, August 10, 1850.
The Bed-Bag Guillotine.
Much pTea.;i to find we've not been alighted.
Fly those who; custom we've invited,
And grateful thwnki we make to all
Who've bought anJ PAID or made a call.
Encouraged thus, agcin we'll show
The aforesaid shop of JIM & CO.
(Now don't mistake and a,cwhere go,
, To Stevenaou's or Singlesbaugb ,
One np the hill, the other below,
A iid thus attempt to jnmp Jim Crow;
For if you do we'll let you know.
We'll ot admit f oa to the show )
We've bought tha patent the county's tniuev
We mean the bed-bag Guillotine.
Then come ye all who love aweel uapping, -Without
such twitching jerking scratching.
As found with bed-steads poorly ma do,
By such aa learn but half the trade.
Whoae piua, and holes, and point attest
Att will compose the clincher's rent.
From whence they rally at dead of slight,
And pierce your veins with venom bite.
If clean yu wkili la keep your rugft
Tour shelves and bl Mike is from the Bug,
Come buy of us and you shall find
There'a nothing like the Guillotine,
But what's the mode? come, tell our j.lua.
We'll bay your bedsteads to a man 1
We've boo eh t the patent, as said to you
Called the Prrcanbulatiwg Seme.
So ejase they prem the hugs together
Yon'd sell them well fcr harm bs leather;
And if you get Van Doren'p price
YoaII pay for bedsteads in a trice;
For three and twenty cents together
He ays will hy a pound of feather.
But onr liquid fade '3 est f ai'
A bottle we give to each that call;
Its easily given, easy to take
Sura to kill and no mistake.
By presinff gently on the pate
The mouth flies open like a rute:
Thare. drop one ij.'p -enough is auU
And I'M ensure the creatue's dead.
Good law! ha massa, what a dunce,
I'd better kill the brute at once.
So easy done just by a squeez,
Jut do good lady as you please. 22
13 hereby given to all persons, auaiiiM harboring
or trusting my wife Phrcbe Solomon, ms she has
left my bed and hoard without just cause or provo
cation, and 1 am determined to puy no debts of her
contracting, a&er this date.
JOSHUA M SOLOMON.
Scott township, Aug. 3, 1850 31:3
T Eit) I Is it it US.
TOTICE is hereby given, that eparate propos.
i als will be received by HOMER EVERETT,
Secretary of the Board of Education, in the town of
r remont, Sandusky county, unio, until tne tain
day of August next, for the building of a School
House. One proposal tor stone, DricK-work ana
plastering: and the other for the carpenter and
joiner work aud painting, the contractors to furnish
all materials- A plan ana specincaiions ot wnicn,
can be seen on application at the Auditor's Office,
iu said town. J. a. Kjuma i lu, rreB'i.
By Homer Everett, Sec'v.
Fremont, July 35. 1850. 20
ZEPHYR WORSTED patterns; Cans, B trd
and Needle, it Hut-n-.
'ASH paid for Land Warrants, at
NT quantity of good Hickory and Ash Wood
will be taken on subscription at the'
t EEKM AS UFTICB.
C" ODFISH of superior quality at
Havses Cheaf Store.
T AILS. Fremont Iron Co.' Nails
1 tared at Troy. N. Y., at
PERM and Latnp Oil A first rate article for
8. Bocexasd & Co'.
Tl ROE'S Tonic, a certain our
and Ague for sale only at
S. BUCKLAND & Co8.
WEEDS' and Pittsburgh Iron at
WARRANTY, Mortgage, and Quit Claim
Deeds for sals at the
.Steam Mill for Sale, i
THE subscriber now offers his neW ttcnm
saw mill for aalo, situate on the Hidge
Road, about ten milea easterlv from Fremont, and
only 100 rods from the Maumee and Western Re
serve Turnpike Aoad, and within about 25 rods of
the surveyed line of the Wellington and loiedo
The mill is a superior one. In att respects, being
in a healthy location, having the very best of water,
that which will not corrode a boiler. The building
ia of Ihe most auhstautivl kind, 35 by CI feet, fitted
to saw los 3(1 feet long. Having two circular saws
and a machine for aawing felloea attached, and
sufficient power in Ihe engine to drive the whole,
and the boiler large enough to make the steam,
and more too.
ABUNDANCE OF TIMBER,
all around, and men that have got the snap to them
to haul it; there being no less than seventy teams
astir in one dav last winter, attached to some forty
sleds and boats; and every tew days of good sled
ding is equivalent to ahont one thousand logs.
Any person wishing to get large contracts lor m
Ra Iroarf, or wishing lo enter into the lumber busi
ness will find it to their advantage to call and see
And anv person antit iputine building a Mill, can
do equally as wll to t ill, for 'they can half pay for
one while they wuulj be building. The building
being so framed, ns lo be easily taken down aim set
opwould require but little time te remove it.
The subscriber has also 105 acres of good
land about forty acres cleared, a good frame i'.n,
a you.ig Orchard of over one huudred grafted A;ple
treea, most of which are bearing, with Peaches,
fears. Plums, .Cherries, (funics, trrnpes. ate.
which have also commenced bearing. The mill
and farm will be aold reparate or together, to suit
purchasers; and liberal terms or pajmeut given.
For further particulars enquire of
F. I. NORTON, Fromout,
or the subscriber on the premises.
w . Ij. v-uni is.
York, August 3, 1S50.
HF A ouanlitv of seasoned wagon and hnggv
felloes, together with nn extra quality of narrow
Inth, and lumber of all kinds kept constantly on
h inil, cheap as can be had at any other mill in the
country. (.31 :6ml w. u. t.
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate.
Court of common pie is, Sandusky county, Ohio.
David Spulm, Administrator of
C U. SlHtUn, deceased, I
The Heirs i
IS pu suance of an order of said court made in the
abovp entiileo case, I shall offer for sale at auc
tion ou the 3 let of August next, between the hours
prescribed by law, subject to the life estate of the
widow of said decedent Ihe following described
lands and tenements, to wit:
The north half of the south-west quarter of sec
tion number thirty, township numbvr five, north of
range number fourteen, containing eighty-seven
acres in feandusky county, Ohio.
Terms or Silx. Otis-third cash in hand, one-
third in one rear and one-third in two years, with
interest from day of sale, to be secured by mort
gage on the premises.
Administrator oi C. B. Spohn, dee'd.
August 3. 185(1. 21 S
Sandusky County, Oliio.
Weaving and Cloth-Dressing done in all styles
and" colors, superior to any thing
in the State.
THE subscriber rinding that Wool had risen in
price beyond the manufactured Goods intends
to stop the manufacture of woolen goods and turn
all the hands and machinery at custom work, such
as weaving Cassimers, Cloths, Satinetts, Linseys,
Flannels, and Coloring and Dressing customers'
cloths, iu all their various styles, superior to any
thing heretofore attempted.
Ho has erected a drvinff house 100 feet in length.
capable of drying 200 yards of cloth per day, besides
the out door bars. He uses falling stocks to full
with, and other machinery sufficient to finish 300
yards of cloth per day. The machinery and hands
will all be employed in weaving and dressing cloth
for customers during the season. He has all the
different machines for dressing cloths
That are used in Xc w England Factories.
such as Napping, Teaseling Shearing and Brushing
Machines, which were bought in vvooster, massa'
chosetts, and are in the beat of order. The work
men employed in his Manufactory, have served I
regular apprenticeship in Massachusetts, and work
ed in the above business from 5 to 20 years. And,
with his early and long experience in the manutac
turinff business, and bv stric t personal attention to
the eame, hoiiej to receive a liberal ahare of the
He has the FRENCH METHOD of Col
oring and uses no Copperas or Vitriol,
knowing ike same to be injurious to the cloth.
He will warrant all of his work,
both as to manufacture, colors and finish.
Prices Der vard for finishing Cloths ts 6d; Cas
simers Is 6d; Flannels Is; Satiuetta 14c; Linseys
Is; to full 5c.
Prices for weaving on Power Loom Cloths five
oo.irters wide 9c; Cassimers tire quarters wide 10u:
r ladceis lour quarters wiuo
Prices per yard for weaving and finding Chaiu
Satinetta toe; Linseys Is.
All the clotiis woven will be returned ss they
leave the loom, er finished at the abova .ric;-s ai
customers may direct.
He bas made Arrangements
with the following persons a; the places mentioned
to receive yarn and cloth, and deliver the same
when returned. Alt yarns and clott, left with these
Dersons will be taken and returned even two weaks
throughout the season;
O. L. Sims, Head Quarters, Fremont.
Baker's Store Castalia.
Chapman & Hnrkness, Bellevue.
Shoemnki-r fc Osdcn, Republic.
Silas D. Boalt, Mexico.
M. Brr.:,.:,.:V, "oCuichensville.
J. Svrugart & Co., Oregon.
Parker & bhawan, Larey.
Adam Battelfi-ld, SpringvilJe.
C. W. Foster & Sod, Rome.
E. W. Thomas, Risdon.
Wni. Heller, Van Buien,- more.
Arnold fe Grev, Crowell & Burns, Mell-
Hcnry Haskins, Portageville.
W. Bradner, Millrove.
George Bautchtell, Freeport,
J. Eaton & Co., Rollersville.
C. Powers, Wooodville.
B. Caushan, Port Clinton.
P. C. DEAN.
Ballville. SanduekvCo. O. Annt 3. 185021
Court common pleas. Sandutky county, Ohio,
Joseph Wulker and
Josiah Q. Hedges, j
Daniel Alspach and
Louvina Alspach hii
NOTICE is hereby given to said Daniel Alspach
and Louvina Alspach, non-residents of Ohio,
that the raid executors of said decedent on the 1 9th
dav of June 150 filed their bill in the Clerk's office
of said court, the object and prayer of which is. to
obtain u ocree to sell the north half of the east
half of the south-weel quarter of fractional section
number twenty-six, iu township number four, north
of run sre number fifteen ia Sandnkv county, Ohio,
to satisfy a mortgage given thereon by said Alepoch
and wife on the 5th day of November, 1B47, to said
decedent, to secure the sum of one hnndred and
fifty dollars aud interest thereon; and that said bill
will bs heard at the spring term of said court, 1851.
B. 1. BARTLETT, Sol. for Comp'ts.
July 20, 1850. I9i6
111. 91 Ai'A,
TENDERS his professional services to the citi
zens of Fremont and adjacent conntry.
OrHce For the preieut at hia dwelling on Arch
street, where he will cheerfully attend to aoy calls,
except when absent on professional duty.
June 24, 1850.
T AGLET'S Gold Peng and Pencils for sale
XJ cheap, at - t. iSucsi.AND & Co s.
"1HEAP PUBLICATIONS. A choice lot of
V Harper cfc mother's, just received at
' - BUCKLANTI'S.
TRATER BOOKS and Church Seryice.eA
X Splendid assortment, from 81c to $3, at
BUCKLAND & CO'S.
S. BUCKLAND& CO.:
' ' -'- DEALERS III ' ! -
Drugs, Paints, Oils, Dye-stuffs, (Hasi'Wwn,
' T , Phosgene Gas and Lamps, die, dtc
THE subscribers have just opened a large stock
of the above articles, which with their former
stock completes the largest and beat assortment ever
brought to Fremont or vicinity
ALL OF WHICH ARE WARRANTED.
Physicians are respectfully requested to call
and examine our articles of Drugs and Chemicals,
as we are determined Hint Frsmokt shall be thl
Town to bcv Gooes CHEAP.
All our merchants say they are sailing Goods
CHEAPER than they can be bought in Sanduky.
Tiffin, or any where else in these 'Diggina' and are
Determined not to be outdone
by them in the way of LOW prices.
O Country Dealers, will find it to their ad
vantage to buy of us any articles in our line, as we
are sitre we can save them the transportation,
PAINTERS and MECHANICS,
nsing Piihts of any kind who wish Good Articles
can be aupplied at the amalleat possible advance
from oost. White Lead pure Extra, No. 1, dry
and ground in oil. Chrome Yellow, Chrome Green,
Paria Green, Red Lead, Lampblack, Litharge,
Varnish, Linseed Oil, warranted to dry Tnrpen
tine, &c-, Brushes of all sizes and kinds, at
20 per cent, cheaper than ever.
GIVE US A CALL,
.1 V.3, Bnckland' s Urick Block,
J&T Sign of the Big Mortar.
Fremont, Saudusky co. July 6, 1650 17
THE DREADFUL SCOURGE
IK1S CO.HE .IT JLtSTIT
We hereby let Sanduskv know,
That HAWKINS JIM, "CALDWELL & CO.,
Have opened Shop to work for all.
Who'll please to favor with a call : ,
We've Bedsteads, Lounges, Tables too,
All kinds of Carpenter work we do
We'll mend a Cbair, a Table, Stand,
Or Makb them all for Cash is hand :
Repair a Door and case the same,
Hang with hinge or make the frame,
Put on the lock with bolt or bars,
And if needs be we'll mend your Stairs:
Indeed, there is nought of wood that's made,
But we'll attempt and Pleask if PAID.
And as money makes the mare to go
We're bound to sell our tabor 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 11 gladly public custom greet.
Fremont, July 13, 1850. 18
Land for Sale.
THE following lands belonging to the De Forest
heir will be sold VERY CHEAP, a the
owners are anxious to dispose of them. They are
situated near Sandusky Bay on Big Pickerel Creek,
in a well settled neighborhood.
R'ge. Tp. Sec.
17 5 6
17 5 6
17 5 6
16 6 36
16 6 36
weal h'f south-west quar 80
north -eaet quar 160
north-west quar 160
south-east fraction 90
south-west quar 120
Also 10,000 acres of Laud,
in Ottawa county, embracing every variety of soil,
timber and prairie, settlers can be accommodated
with such tracts aa they may wish, nnd the prices
will be not more than half such lands would sell for
n Illinois or Wisconsin GEO. B. SMITH.
Sandusky City, June 29. 1350 16:3m
THE subscriber offers the following
trsct of Land at private aale at a BAR
GAIN, described a follows, to wit:
The south-east quarter of the north
east quarter of section No. thirty-sit, in township
2 r r . . cj I I.
No. hve, nona oi range no. lourieen, iu oanauaay
eonntv. containing forty acre.
This land is about three and a half miles west of
Fremont, in Washington township, and is excel
len'lv situated and calculated ror farming purposes.
Persona wishing to norchaee will enquire of the
Editor of the Freeman, or address the subscriber at
Hagerstown, Washington countv, Maryland, post'
paid. GEORGE DE1HL.
Fremont, July 13. 1S5C 18
OIDEOX HATCH, Tailor i
TTTOULD inform his friends and the public, that
VV he has taken rooms at Ballville, where he
intends carrvinv on the above business, in all its
branches, and hopes by punctual attention and
long experience in hi trad to merit and receive i
share of patronage.
N. B. Cutting cf garment of every description
attended to in the most fashionable style, and war
ranted to fit.
Also, he is Agent for Davis' Pain Killer
a fresh supply just received and lor sale by
Bailville, July 13, 185018
(-VER HALF A MILLION OF TESTIMONI
ES have been received by the Proprietor of
rj--f-j TL1PVT from Phvaifiaiia
.JLjE the most skillful andce-
-aS&aS; ?EaA ';S ri lebrated, from Counsei-
lors learnea in rue Law,
trotn judges 01 ceienruy
- th, Heneh. trnnt Min
istcrs of the Gospel.
tV whose undeviatme in-
tciity have mane them
tninL; lights in the
T.nth of Tmu.1- from en-
iui.. p.. r,i,,r ft. in acute Merchants, aud
from those of every stati u, name and degree
among mankind all f which, without one dis
senting objection, ;ronouacc this Ointment to b
GOOD. . , .. ..
As day by day it unobtrusively extend its
sphere of action alonu the borders of our vast coun
try, and is circulated throughout its extent, new
evidences of its power and ne.v proofs of its effi
cacy are continually developed. Three millions
01" Boxes, applied to disease within the last four
years, has established the astounding fact heyond
the power of cavil or contradi . tion, that it is IN
FALLIBLE in the cure of all Tumors, Ulcers,
Sores, Burns, Tetter, riles, Scrofula, F.rysipelas,
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 to expel
the morbid matter of the body thus is the system
cleansed, the blood purified, and the health re
It has the power to cause all external Seres,
Scrofulous Humors, Skin Diseases, and Poisonous
Wounds, to discharge their putrid matter, and
then heal them. We are not ashamed of the
All-Healing Ointment i
World's Srtltc !
which a discerning public lias applied to this
,v;r, fr ihere ia warcelv 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. McALISTER, Sole Proprietor,
141 Fulton St. N. Y.
8: BUCKLAND & AO.,
19 Only Agents for Fremont.
OTE PAPER and Envelopes ofevery descrip
tion at S. Buckland at. Co s
T1LANK BOOKS full bound Ledgers, Journals,
XJ Dockets, Cash and Invoice books, at
CARPENTERS can find Hand-saws, Draw
V. knives, steel Sqnares, try Squares, plane irons,
Hs!I Hamtnersf Hatchets, &c of the best quality at
HATSSS' l. HEAr STOKEtf
The subscribers have just received
Decidedly the Largest and Best selection of
Q JEaaw SB 9 - ' - -
EVER BROUGHT TO THI9 MARKET
Miscellaneous, Clasical, Medical and School
Books, among which, the following are a few: .
The writings of Gen Washington, by Jared Sparks,
Prescott' Conquest of Pern, 2 volumes;
do - ' do . Mexico, 3 vols. r
, do - Ferdinand and Isabella, 3 vols; 7
do Miscellanies, 1 vol;
Allison's History of Europe, 4 vols; '
Hildreth's United States, 3 vols;
Maccanlev's History of England, 3 vols; :
Hallain'a Works, 4 vols; Gibbon' Rome, 4 Vols.
Stephens' Yucatan; Greece; Egypt 3 vols each;
Complete Works of Lorenzo Dow;
Addison' Works; Burke' do. 7
Josephus' Works 1 and 3 vols; Byron' da '
Shakspeare'a Works, I and 3 vols;
Rollin's History " ' do
Chamber's Information for the People, 3 vols;
American Revolution 2 vols: . -Marshal's
Washington, 2 volumes;
Neal's Puritans, 2 vols; Life of Brant, 3 vols;
Mrs Edgeworlh's Works 10 vols;
Spark's American Biography, 10 vols:
Memoirs and Administrations of the Presidents;
Cooper's Naval History; Brand's Encyclopedia;
H istorv of the Girondists; Life of Franklin;
Mr. Bremier's Novels, complete iu one vol;
Harper' Family Library, 34 volumes:
do School District Library, 150 volumes;
do Clasical Library, 20 volumes
Swan' Treatise;" Swan's Miscellany;
Webster' Dictionary, unabridged
do do , Large, revised;
do do University edition;
- do do School edition;
United States Dispensatory, late editon;
Eberlre'a Practice; Eberlee'a Therapeutics:
Smith's Hand Surgery; Watson's Practice:
SCHOOL BOOKS OF ALL KINDS.
M'GufFer's Eclectic series of Readers;
nay's, Adams', Smith's, Davis', Dabol's and Per
Clark's, Smith', Well', Burritt'a and Kirkarn'
Smith', Oloney's Morse' and Parley' Geogra
phy, &c , etc.
ST A TIONARY. '
Any quantity of Fools Cap, and Letter Paper
plain and ruled. Gilt Edged and Embossed;
Latter Envellopes, of all kiads and styles.
CALL AND SEE! At
sr ar a
Bitckland-8 Brick Block.
. BVCK1AXD Sc CO.
Fremont, July, 1SS0 17
Tremenduous Outbreak in Cuba!
10,000 Prisoner! taken.
TOPPING & WEGSTEIN,
Have just received a large assortment of
BOOTS & SHOES
TT7HICH will be offered at great bargains for
VV CASH OR READY PAY. .
Their tock comprise every variety of boots and
shoes suited to the market, -
will find thick boot and shoes, eaff and kip, sewed
and pegged, ID at extremely low price.
For Boy and Youth
we have kip. calf and heavy boot and shoes, a
cheap aa tha market afford, and of superior quel-
For the Ladies
enameled and kid excelsiors, enameled polka boots,
calf and morocco boots, and also a large assortment
of kid and morocco slippers of different color and
For Young Misses
morocco and calf boot and shoes, morrocco and
seal bnskins, morocco, kid and seal slippers, gaiter
boots, fancy colored half gaiter: and a large vari
ety of kid and morocco boot and shoes for children.
Boot and Shoe Makers,
will take notice, that we have a large assortment of
Shoe Fiudines. for the trade, such a Boot Treea
and Lasts, Pegs, French calf, Morocco and Boot
morocco skins, pinK red and wmte lining earns, ana
a general assortment of findings together with every
variety of tools naed in the manufacture of boots
and shoes as cheap as can be bought in tne west.
We keep constantly on hand a large assortment
of HATS A.tlU CAfS for men aud boy.
Boots and Shoes from measure.
Our town and country customers cau have bouts
and shoes made to order at our shop. We have
secured the eervice of several experienced work
men, especially for this branch of onr business, and
anv work entrusted to ns will be warranted to FIT,
and of GOOD STOCK.
t- South Store in Tyler's block at the
sign of the big BOOT. jSS
Fremont June 22, 15
Goods by Express!
JUST RECEIVED AT
A NEW SUPPLY OF
Fancy Lawns nnd Ginghnms ;
Silk Fringes, Luces and Braids;
Ladies' Silk and Kid Gloves;
do do Belts;
Gents Kid Gloves;
Tatleta, Brocade, Enameled and Chameleon
Bonnet Ribbons; White Crape;
Feather Fans and Fancy Buttons;
Palm-leaf and Leghorn Hats;
Brown Linen, Chambray Gingham, atil
Tweed Coats and Pants;
and any quantity of nice things too "numerous to
mention," all vast t-Blir.
TTOR which the highest price will be- paid in
A CASH. -
I would also say to all tnat want good, stout,
Woolen eoodc or Sheetings that they can be found
at all limes at the Ballville Mills, to exchange for
Wool. Also will m&nafacture Wool on shares or
by the yard.
Manufacture Baiineta, naa warp, ai...oixc per iu.
Full Cloth " ...37ic
Cassimers, " ...37Jo "
Press Flannels, " ...25c "
' Twill Biaukliiig,5 qrs...31n "
" Linsey and findchain,. ..25c "
Will take wool yarn, weave into Satinetts and find
chain, at I6c per yd.
Take yarn, weave and find chain full and press 31c
color and press 27c
The subscriber will take ail kinds of produce for
the above work. P. C. DEAN.
Ballville, June 1, 1650. 13
Petition for Uivorcei
Pending in the Court of Common Pleas of San
1 Coles, )
dusky count', State of Ohio.
TrlE said Volonev Coles is hereby notified, that
said Minerva Coles on the 5th day of July, A.
D. 1860, filed a petition in the Clerk's office of said
Court, against him sitting forth, that she waa mar
ried to him in Oakland couuty, Michigan, on the
2d day of June; 1844, aud moved to Ohio and set
lied in Sandusky county, with said Voloney in the
fill of A. D' 1044, where petitioner still resides:
that ih July A. D. 1846, aaid Voloney wilfully aban
doned her and has been wilfully absent ever since:
and aaid petitioner prays for a decree of Divorce,
and will be heard at the next term of said cotirt.
B. J. BARTLETT,
Att'v for Petitioner.- .
July 5, 1850. '
P E RF U ME R Yl
ROSE Hair Oil, Ox Marrow,
Bear's Oil Maccassar Oil,
Bandoline Fixatrice, Philocomb,
Cream of Roses and Lilys,
Cologne, Rose and Lavendar Water, &C, &c,
just received, at Bucklakd'S.
WHITE LEAD. Pure. Estra. No. 1. Dry
and ground in Oil, for sale cheap, at
AMP andf Tanner's OA at
... i, ONE MOMENT . :
LADIES AND GEA'TIEMEX!
Large Additions and Increased facilities
FOB SEIXINO LARGE Q0ASTT1TIH8 OT
DRY GOODS m
AT . LOWER PRICES THAN EVER I
Having Just purchased and received
A LARGE STOCK OF GOODS, will now ex
hibit to the public the beet assortment '
EVER BROUGHT TO FREMONT I
and will sell at as reasonable and low prices L aor
o'lu-r establisdment in Sandnsky- county. Ever
ihai.kfui to a discriminating public, for the patron
age by whieh I have been enatweo 10 reacn nn
present position. I hone bv strictly attending to bu
siness, and the interest of the public, to merit a
continuance of their favor. My stock of
- ' Cassimer. -
"' Testing. ;
ami Gentlemen's wear generally, will be offered at
VERY LOW PRICES!
The attention of the ladies is particnlaily called
to our extensive assortment of Dress Goods, which
consists in part of Silks, Gro de Nap, Grade Rhine,
&c; plain and figured Silks and Satins, aud if
they do not suit look at their beautiful variety of
figured and plain de tallies, cashmere, prints, &.C,
and then examine hia general variety of edging,
tr.ull edgings, ribbons of every description, aud ev
ery other article in that line; by that time yon will
want to look at hi
Splcnbib oarutji of Sljarola, ,
which for beauty, richness and durability, cannot
be surpassed in this markit. His stock of
Consist in part of cable, log. trace and halter
chains; mill, eross cut, hand and back saws, an
vils, vises, broad axes, adxses, locks, angnrs, bra
ces and bits, and in fact, every articte usually kept
in hardware stores. All of which will be sold at
Unparalleled Low Prices. . -
Hi assortment of iron, nail, glass, crockery,
cntlery, &c, &c, is coinplets. American, Swedes
and Old Sable iron in any quantity, selling at a
BOOTS AND SHOES, -V
for ladies, gent, boys and misses in a great variety,
at price to suit the time. Also a large assort
ment Of i V
at city prices. He would also say to the public
that he has made extensive arrangement to go
and is now prepared to buy .. ; .K
And pay CASH for any amount that can
b had. Therefore bring it on, together with yeur
produce of every description, sad you will find a
ready market and the highest prices at
Fremont, Mav 35th, 1850.
H A Y N ES'
An Entire NEW Stock of Goods!!
IN these days of 'go-a-headiliveness,' nothing is
more true than the saying, that every day brings
and the subscribers urged by these inventive times,
Hare got np Something IV'ewJ
expressly for this meridean, vizi
A New Store!
rilled with JYE If GOODS I
which will be offered to the public oa :
NEW TERMS; IN "
Buckland's New Brick Block
consisting of a well selected stock of
Spring anil Snmmtr ooos,
Cloths, plain and fancy Cassimeres, Satioettes,
Tweeds and summer stuns. '
GROCERIES, - - :
BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS and CAPS, .
" HANDWARE, -
CROCKERY, fec. &c. J
It is useless to enumerate the endless variety that
mav be found at our utabliehment. We woo 10
say to the LAtri .9 nowerer, mat iney can una
the Ii ATEST FAS HIOXS of Bon
nets, Ribbons, Ginghams, Chambra
- do.. Silks, Satins, Shoes and -Slippers,
Parasols. Gloves. Shawls, La
ces; also a great variety of fashionable lailcy ancles.
Fashionable Hats and Caps, fine Calf and Kip.
Boots, Broadcloths, (J&ssimeres, some rme
French Caseimere Pants, Coats and Vests.
A great earietv of Neck, and Pocket
Handk'es, Ties, Collars, &c etc. -
" TO FARMERS, WE OFFER
all kinds of Groceries, Domestics, Sheetings, &c,
All of our Goods were bought since tha late
Great Reduction io Prices!
and by calling yoa will find that we have the
BEST SELECTED j and
CHEAPEST Stock of Goods,
ever brought into this town, and be convinced by
that best of judges experience that wa :
PRACTICE what we PREACH.
ALMOST ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE) -
Taken in exchange for Goods!
mistake the Place.
3.V. HAYA'ES & SOX.
Fremont. May, 1850. 12
Wt I ilLtl
IN FREMONT STILL IN MOTION!
WBICU EVERY BODY KNOWS IS AT -'
PEASE'S BRICK BLOCK, NUMBER 1.
THE subscribers having made an arrangement
to purchase this article on Coinuiissios, are
prepared to pay the - , ,
VERY HIGHEST PRICES ! j&t .
So bring on your Wool and exchange if for
CASH and not for GOODS.
ROBERTS, HUBBARD fc CO'.
Fremont, May 25, 1850 .
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate."
Court of Common plea?, Sandusky county, Ohio.
John Lefever, A'dmh.istrator of 7
John Mclntyre's estate; C
vs. - ) -
John Mclntyre, el. al. . J
IS pureon-)e of an order of said court made in the
aboVe entitled ease,.! shall offer for sale at auc
tion on file 22J d&y of July next, between the hours
prescribed by law, at the door of the court house of
said county, in r remont, the following lauda and
tenements, to wit: -
The South west part of the north-west qnarfer of
section numoer Ihirty-lour, in Ureen LreeK Iowa-
ship, Sandusky coifnfv containing fifty seres.
Tf.rhs or Sale. One-third cash iu hand, one
third in one year and one-third in two years, with
interest from day of sate, to be secured by mort
rage on the premises.
. JOHN LEFEVER, Adrh'r.
Fremont Jone 29. 185016-5'
rpOWNfS END'S Sarsaparilla A large lot for
JL aale ILr only at
tVHiie tfott litiiubcr j
fXF all kind and clear Stuff for
stuff for silo tjv. ,. , ,
O. ; fusseLman.
KJ Feb. 9.
SILKS, satins, alpaccaa, lawns, ginghams, &c
all qualities and prices at HatsiW.
YOUNG livsori Tea of superior ouality al
JUST OPXNED IJf
Bnckland't New Brick Call&ss!
F. B. gEBltlXO,
i 1 RESP
RESPECTFULLY inform hi O.i
Customer and the Public generall; ,
f"", hat he ha again gou int the Gro- fr- i-ti
i. ncery cosiness, ana nas srw eprncu nj
C 05X OF THE HOST EXTENSIVE V ..
Stocks of Groceries!
ever bronght to this market, with especial reference
to supply the wants of the citizens of Saudusky and
adjoining counties. "
This stock consists in part of
Sugars, Coffee, f " Teas, '
. Spices, ' Pepper, ' llmsms,
-Tobacco, : Segars, tc, c. -
1 titgr.riirr with a complete and lar assortment of
the best ever opened in Fremont, the assertion of
"bogus" dealer ia this article to the contrary not
withstanding. NUTS, FKUI1 S ANU r'Kfc.St-KVtS,
of tha rarest kinds, will be b found at my stvr.
Lemonade, SEead, Cronk aad Beer
can be had at moeit aetissv
Fresh Baked Cread, Cakv, Fii, -' .
and Biscuit always kept a hand. Families wish
ing to be supplied wita Srd aaa at all times ! .
accommodated with a soperiar arttol and ou the
most liberal term.
But I Imv neither time nor the printer room m
his paper, to enumerate the siith part ef the article -kept
by me, and can only ask that th 'discrnniua-
ting public' will give me a eall and judge for them
selves, feeling satisfied that I can render entire sat
isfaction to all both a to price and quality.
Fremont, Jone 15, 1850. ' U
JOY TO THE WORLD!
Perry Datls' Vegetable Paia-killen
For the instant curs and entire eradication of all pam
rNTEBXAL AHD KZKERNAI. BEMEDT.
So matter where the pain ier of what nature
. . this will reach it.
Beware of Connterfeiu: Caution::
ALL persona are hereby cautioned egamst mail
ing application for, or pnrehasiug Uatis' fxi
Killer of XT J. SaKroaii Ghsourt, of Mau
Ha was formerly an agent for the sale ofmc gen-.
sine medKaes but recently it lias come to tlis
knowledge of the proprietors that he is manefac-'
luring and vending a sru KIUUS - A K 1 JCLt,,
putting it up nearly in the eame stvle as the genu- "
ine, publishing a pamphlet eopying our directions
nearly verbatim, and using one of the heads of our
advertisements, ( Ihstakt Cons tr Pais") ss a
u for his rpurions compound.- v
In order more eotoes fully to carry on lliis cntra-
geoos fraud he has within the past two weeks, made
applialion to our western office at Cincinnati, for
another scpp.y or tne genome to sell to tness lie
cannot gull with his spurious stuff, but his agency
is hereby revoked, and he wiu not receive any
further supply of the' GenuineKo& ail portone
who value hie and health," and wish to purchase
the genuine PERRY DA VIS' PAIN
KILLER, must see that alikeness of the orig
inal inventor is on each bottle, and purchase ef
such agents only as are named below.
1. N. Harris, General Agent, New Loudon, Con
necticut, May 4th, 1850. .... Western Office, No.
i, College Uuilding, Cincinnati, T. II. C. Alien,
Superintendent. ....Chas. Powers A Co , agents
for Woodville. ....Gideon Hatch, agent for Ball
ville: and 8. BUCKLAND fc CO.,
June 22:3m ' '" - Sole agents fo, Fremont.
' IH QUART BOTTLKS, AS PREPARED BY .
DR. S. D. HOWE, .
Needs but one trial to establish its merit m At
- BEST SARSAPARILIJL - '
EVER discovered for the cure of the numerous 1
diseases v eirtg from a debilitates1 and drrsng.
sd state of the system. . .
Female complaints, Liver complaints, ScrcfnU,
Biles, Pimples or pustules on Ihe face, chroniclers
Eyes Kingworm, or tetter, scald head, rheumat sm,
pains in the bones or joints, and all diseases arismg ';
from an injudicious use of meieury. , i
jrnniy me uiogaana uii i w i'Ui
' A REMARKABLE CURE.
Columbus, ludiana, June 5th, 1S50.
Messrs. S. D. Iloyt A. Co. Gentlemen: About
sis months since I was attacked with what my fam-r
ily physician called Bilious Pneumonia, which be
came seated deeply on my lungs, and after my phy
sician had broken up the fever my lunge still sosm
ed to be seriously affected. I had noappetile what-
tHnalinn ll,M uk. nn MmiiniliAii. and in fx.t MV.
self as well as my friends had given me Up as incur'
able in eonaequeuce of my complexion ef disease?.
- ' " - I 1 J
and age, which ia abont sitty years, untd xtef wy
neighbors called te sea me. who soma foat nMathevs.
since was afEicted similarly ts myself, and but ctvr -
chasad a couple of bottles of Da. S. D. hem'i
Co-frocKD Extract or SsasstsarLLA, and it gava
her such speedy relief, aha prevailed oa me to pur
chase a bottle and try it, I dona so mora to gratify -my
frieuds than tht I had aoy expectation ef being
benefited bv the medicine, but before I bad taken
the whole of one bortlmy . strength and appeals
began to improve rapidly as well as my skin, begsn
to perform its pre per rascfiaa. 1 purchased t '
second bottle, aud by tha tisss .it was alt taken i .
was resored to as geas) heatih aa eaisyed fur
llie laa. .WS J ., . - maim, .r mm .
Dr. S. Jackson a dietingaisned physieiea ef Indi
ana certifies to the above car, serf uses Dr. Hovre'e -i
bhaeir Sah9ahsh.la in his private practice and
recommends its us for all diseases arising from a
vitiated state of the Wood and system. Such testi
mony is of more real rain, than pages of ordinary
advertisements. . ii
Tha great success which has attended the usa of
Dr. S. D. Howe's Shaker Saraaparilfa Since Us in
troduction in the western states, has established its
character in this section of country. '. "
This is Ike only SeersapriUa that acts oa1;
Ihe Liver, Kidneys and Biuod el the iami time, ..
and hence its singular eficacy and success. -Be-sure
and get Dr. S. iX- Howe's Shaker Sarsa
parilla and take no othef. .
Quart Battles $ 1 per boflle or or 6 bottles far $5.
FOR SALE BY
S, BUCKLAND & CO., , - -i
Fremont, Sandusky county.
Whelden & IthodeS, SsQ4uky city;
George Ebert, Tiffin, .- ' And by
DR. & D. HO WE & CO., Pwarfietorv -
Te whom all orders mast be aiidresred. ' tt
Agency of rr S. S. Fitcfc,
- . 707 Broadway New York."
FOR SALS His Patent Silver Plated Abdom-..
iual S.iport'er,- Patent ateel prinjj shoulder
brace. Silver Inhaling Tote, and-Lectures on Con-'
Also his Celebrated Medicines as prepared and.
used by him, with or without th iustrunitnts, iu.
the treatment o . , , , ,
Pttluoriary Constj'hipfidn; Astlifna,
Heart Disease, , , . Rheamatism, ' "
Sbrofula, t :. Pftes; Prolaps-us.-
3pinal Weeincss, Cotrgha, Colds, Catsrli,"
ami alf similar diseases. '
The histrments are the nest of their kiar atro?
wafraiifed agaioat all. defect. The medicines ar
carefully prepared by Dr. Fitch; and all, whether
used together or eaen ariioie separately, wur uear ,
comparison with, and be found
' Superior te aary simtlar artltl,
being mecTe far use aud uot merely for sale.
Fall directions In " . ' '
DK. FITCH'S GUIDE TO ItiilDS, '
which is given away,- a valuable, treatise ef 48 peg
es. All to. he had of the only duly, aothoriied
agent for Bellevue. J. W. GoOdson': Tiran. Gse.
Egbert. Fur sale in Freronl,.bv , v
STEPH: BUCKLAND k CO. '
June 8, iS50-lf2f-fy.
Merchants asd dealers
In all kinds of Produce ;
Ai ike Old Siantt ! .
Eorinerlr occupied by Dickenson & V, Boxes
EREMO-ST, OHIO; , .
Deceinlitr 15. I84g
T;HlTE-SUiV 30::isTS atrartiele mad-s-V
expressly for this ass, jatt received at ,
,' - ' Hates..