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iitwn-t A New Cement.
The Montgomery Advertiser contains the Ba following notice of a new and valuable- cement ;&disvered and prcpated by Mr. Remington, of Bridge notoriety. ; If the Advertiser i not : s deceived as to its properties, if will' prove a most valuable discovery: .---. ' -- . - --"- Kemixgtos Ckmekt. vV e witnessed a few - f!;lva &lnin nmna vnra avt ortr,linnrir TPSlllt. iium n iew 01 me most Fimpie ana cuenp ingie ' dients the mostimportant being common ' -sand. We saw them mixed before our eyes in two or three minutes, and spread, or rather jiourea upon ine root 01 a nouse, wuore, in a - few bonrs, it beeame hard So perfectly so, " difficulty broken even with the severest blow r' of an axe. We suppose it would not be do ling justice to the inventor or discoverer to men- tion the ingredients, but we roy say they are ' very cheap, and vastly abundant in almost ev-. pry lucauiv uiruuguuui uie umieu oiaics, huu '' the process or rationale so perfectly simple, - mai a cnua couia maKe me mixture, it, requir '"ing not the least skill. It is perfectly imper s vious to water, slightly elastic, and a noncon- - due tor ot electricity three qualities or prop Gerties which render it peculiarly fitted to the 11 objects for which it was intended by the in il ventor or discoverer, viz., the covering of hous ." es, fences, Ssa " Mr. Remington thinks its durability equal to !': that of granite. It is certainly quite a3 diffi T cult to separate after being exposed two or inree aays to me air, as we ourselves nave i seen tried, by the blows of an axe. ' The cov-'f-ering for houses will be less expensive than ;httt ff fiwl enrf itc ncn fr, tnitpe Will Y4r- ": baps, be but slightly more so. - ! One or two houses have already been cor nered with it in our city, and others have been contracted for. . As to cohesive and adhesive ": qualities, and its imperviousness to water, and its cheapness, there can be no doubt; and if its 'durability is as great as is claimed for it " by the inventor, then it is one of the most - important and useful discoveries of the age. . ... Russia and its Emperor. - This year, it is said, the Emperor Nicholas will either resign the crown or perish, buch a prediction, so positively asserted, might sav l( or of cliildishnessif uttered in the garb of pro .phecv, but those who are familiar with the se- .... cret historv of Russia know well that beyond the period of 25 years no emperor is allowed i to reign in that land. . There is, or at least - .lias been hitherto, a power behind the throne which none of the sovereigns have been able .to resist or evade.-. The dreaded family of ;the Orloffs are the hereditary ministers of , that power. The unenviable distinction is vlh;irsto be by prescriptive right the agents .4snArinll v nrmlnved. AlaYnderfwr.ilnied thfl throne for the restricted period he failed to ... .resign and perished. Diebitcsh fell into dis i grace. One of the Orion's appeared in the - . camp. Soon after the general was reported deati. Orloff remained. Who next, was the question in men's mouths. Duke Constantine died suddenly. . Orloff still remained, and only departed when the Duchess was announced as having suddenly died. The maxims of atate policy which animate the ancient nobles " of the empire, impose upon Nicholas a duty he " dare not despise that duty is to resign or ac cept his fate. A few months will confirm a prediction not thoughtlessly uttered.- Powers' statne of Calhona.' : f . It will ba. .remembered that the ill-fated -vessel in which Margaret Fuller sailed from X-eghorn, also brought the marble statue of ' Calhoun, which had been wrought by Pow ' ers for the city of Charleston. We are glad to learn that this work of art will be recover ; d from the wreck. The New York corres . pondent of the Baltimore Sun, says: .;,. Your southern readers will be glad to learn that the statue of John C. Calhoun has been found by the officers of the TJ. S. revenue cut ter Merrtsv'",Iiieut. Francis Martin will imme diafely return to the spot with a suit of sub marine armour, for the purpose of properly slinging the box previous to hoisting. Lt M. states that the statue is in perfect order, and -xaa be got up with but little trouble.- "... Western poetry. ' A gentleman from Cincinnati, filled to the fcrim with nearllelt, glowing thought, wrote a . few verses the other day and sent tTiem to the , Burlington Advertiser, for publication. We " shall only give a specimen. The whole poem - t once would certainly prove destructive to - our readers : -.. : ' - . , - "When a feller "fals in luv lie dus ware a white kid gluv, and puts on lots ot splendea close - ... nd warse tight boots upon, his lose. ' and smells just like the sprowting rose, -- " nu nwiy sprung in jooni " - - ', 1 o ',. What They Did. They Dayton Journal reminds its readers : f tbe decididly democratic complexion of the : Ohio Constitutional Convention, and thus sums was iIia o,ailt nf Ha Inr-M-ci .-' . It trtett - -J " . Talked and quarrelled for 90 days! -v Spent $35,000 of the people's money ! ; : Made a book of 1000 pages f ' - oettled no: a single principle definitely Adjourned till the 1st of December! ' With such an -array as thisno wonder , Colonel Sawyer declared there was a "mill stone" around the neck of the party! - ' Execution of Prof. Webster Sheriff El eveth, of Boston, has issued a formal invitation to certain persons designed to attend "the ex ecution of John W. Webster, on Friday, the 30th inst., at 8 o'clock, A. M, at the jail in Leveret street, in Boston." " ' When you see something mysterious in your neighbor's conduct, you have no occasion ,to get astraddle of his fence to watch the movements in his yard.and thus solve the mvs- , Never condemn your neighbor unheard, liowever many tbe accusitions which may be preferred against him; every story has two a ays of being told. . The difference between war and peace has been well defined by one of the ancients: ; T , r,F ...... ! . .. L . 1. ' r . 1 All iiUJC Ji jreofcc me Buna uurj llieir 1HLI1- crs,in time of war the fathers bury their sons." &In the members of the Legislature just cbosen in Kentucky, the Whigs have a ma jority of 12 in the Senate, and 1 1 in the House. , , - . ,- jf A little lamp outshines a star, because the lamp is nearer. For: the same reason present troubles, though ever so small, appear more difficult to overcome than those of moun tain size provided tbey are a year off! Two thousand laborers are advertised for to work on the Baltimore and Ohio rail road. Arctic Expedition. - From th National Intelligencer, 20th Copv of a deitch received at the Navy Depart' ment Irom Lieutenant .!. J. De Hnven, com mantling the United Stale Expedition in search of Sir John Franklin: ; Unitfd States Brio Advasce, ) - Whale Fish Island, June, 29 '50. J Sir: I have the honor to report the procee dings of tho squadron under my command up to this date. This vessel arrived here on the 24th inst, after rather a long passage, owing to light winds. r Many icebergs were met with on the eastern coast of Newfoundland, and as far up as latitude 51 N. From thence we found a perfectly clear sea until within one hundred miles of this place, when a few bergs were met, but not enough to obstruct navigation. The "Rescue" arrived here on the 27th. By keeping more to the eastward off New foundland, she avoided the bergs by which we were surrounded, and saw but little ice during the passage. To the NE of Newfoundland, in lat. 49 deg. 30 min, in the night, during a thick fog, with a light wind, we came in contact with a large iceberg. It could not be seen in time to avoid it We got clear of it in a few min utes, fortunately with no other damage than the loss of a jib-boom, which wc were able to replace. .The English squadron under the command of Com. Austin, sailed from here only the day before we got in. We were foi tunate in find ing his storeship here, about to return to Eng land, as it gives us a good chance of sending letters home. I was in hopes of finding a good supply of seal skin dresses here for my men, but found that Com. Austin had exhausted the whole supply. But a few indifferent suits were pro cured. ' I am in hopes however, of being more p i . .i .? i . r- successmi at ine national seuiemeuu lup- pernavik,) where I have proposed touching. For information, I sent a boat to Lievely, on Disco Island, twenty-nve miles distant from this anchorage. , The Danish authorities trea ted both officers and men in a very kind and hospitable manner: but nothing of importance, either in the way of supplies or information could be procured, the English having en grossed every thing. We shall leave to-day, and proceed to the north, touching at Uppernavik, if wind and weather will permit. Thence we shall make for Lancaster Sound. Should . Wellington Strait be open on my reaching, and finding that none of the English vessels had entered it ahead of me, I shall make a bold push for the north and west in that direction. With the exception of one man (whom I send home as an invalid, entirely disqualified to stand the climate,) the officers and crews "of both vessels are in good health and spirits, and appear sanguine as to the success of our undertaking. I am, sir, very respectfully, ; . :.; . EDWIN X DE HAVEN, Lieut commanding Arctic expedition. The Hon. W. Ballard Preston, Secretary of the Navy, Washington. H3T A prisoner named Clifton, who had just been sentenced to seven years imprison ment in the Ohio Penitentiary, was married last ihursday morning, in the Cincinnati jail, to a woman to- whon he had been previously engaged, his legs manacled and his arms hanucuQed. instate journal. " Corner Stone. The ceremonies connected with laying the Cor ner Stone of a new Church Edifice for the members of the 'Methodist Episcopal Church, in Fremont, will take place on TUESDAY th I7lh day of Sep tember next at 1 1 o'clock A. M. The Ministers of Fremont, and the public generally are invited to ai tend. Addresses will be delivered by Rev'ds Thos. Barkdull, S L. Yonrtee and others on the occasion August 31, 1850. Independent Candidate FOB COIJXTY TREASURER. Editor FitERBC.i: Believing there is no valid reason why acounty omcer should be elected merely because he is claimed to belong to a certain party and for the purpose of carrying out those views 1 have not for several years past attended any politi cal Convention. And as a sympathetic feeling for bodilv infimitr seems to be the ruling passion" of the day and in consequence of a lingering Kheumattc attection, I have for many months been unable to waiK; hop ing to obtain a share of that sympathy, I therefore present my name to my fellow-citizens of this coun ty as a candidate for (JOUIvrir l lltASUHLK Being also in favor of ''rotation itronlce,,' pledge myself, if successful, not again to be an ap plicant for the same office. SAMUEL CROWELL. Muskalunge, Aug 27. -o MARRIED, la Woodville, on the 27th, by Rev. S.M Beatty, Mr. S. A Lee and Miss E. A. Williamson, both of Woodville. In this place, on Ihe 22 1, by Rev. H. Lang, Mr, John Koons and MissHanuah Sebring all of Fre mont. DIED, la Woodville, on the 23d inst. Savina Elizabeth, daughter of John and Mary Gasser aged 6 months and 14 days.. . - Sleep on dear babe and take thy rest, . God called thee forth when He thought best. FREMONT PRICE CURRENT. CORRECTED WEEKLY. Wheat per bushel . 68 Flour per barrel 4 OH Corn per bushel ....37 Oats per bushel. .... 25 Butter per pound... 8 Eggs per dozen.. JS5 Cheese per pound 10 Lard per pound... 5 Salt per barrrll .; I 12 Hide per pound 4 a 8 Flaxseed per bushel ................... .75 Timothy seed perbu.. 1 35 Clover seed per bu 3 00 Pork per barrell..... 10 00 Hams smoked per pound 06 Beans per bushel.. 1 00 Potatoes per bushel.... 37 Onions per bushel 50 - Apples green 37 Apples dried ....2 00 Beeswax per pound 20 Tallow per pound ..8 Staves Pipes per M $l4a20 " Hhd per M. ..,., , 10al2 " Bbl per M...... 9a 13 Blackwalnnt Lumber per M . 8 it 2 2liU)CtisClHCnt0, SIcAlistcr'9 All-Healing Ointment. It is a rare occurrence that we notice editorially. any'4Patent Medicine" that is being hawked about the country, bufln duly to the worlj we feel bound to acknowledge and stnte that uo one article of med icine within our knowledge, for most complaints which human neBh is heir to, begins lo be as valn- ableaa M'Alister'aAII-healing Ointment. Having witnessed its great and wonderful healing proper ties, we would not on am- consideration be without it; and we say so all heads of families, keep this ar ticle on hand if yon wish to preserve your health and save doctor's bills;- see advertisement. EDWARD F. DICKIJVSOX, Attorney and Counsellor at Lawi FREMONT, OHIO. Office One door sooth of A. B. Taylor's slore, up stairs. Aug. 3t, 1850. - CASH paid for Laud Warrants, at HAP Qpartsbsj s PERM and Lamp Oil A first rate article for sale at S. BOCKLARD & Co'8. Liver complaint ia always eared- fcy the use of Ur. li. V. Vaughn's Vegetable Liithontriptic, the Great Americuti Remedy; here is a letter from Hillsborough, O., Jan. I, 1847, Dr. O. C. Vanillin, Dear Sir I deem it a duty I owe you and the world at large to make the follow ing statement. In August your traveling agnt left some of your medicine wiih me to sell. Seeing the great recomiriemlalions, and being myself af flicted with liver complaint 1 tried one small bottle, it at once gave ine relinf; I tried a second and you will be astonished to learn so great was its power that I was completely cured, nnd am now as stout and well as ever ( was in my life. I commenred selling the medicine to my customers, and its sin gular effect was immediately manifested, it was suc cessful in all cases, some of which our medical men stated could not be cured. I cheerfully onVr my testimony in favor of your ijithonlnpiic IVlivture, and hereby stnte that I consider it superior to other preparations now before the country. VV you please forward more as soon as possilrfe. Yours &c. R. H. JOHNSON Onr columns has the advertisement of this Gre American Remedy. Get a pamphlet of the agen whose names are lound there. First Arrival from N. York! Just Received ly Express, Only F0ER DAYS from the City! "jfOUS DE LAINS and Paramettas, -L"-"- Black dress Silk, Black silk and Fancy net Lace, Wrought muslin Collars, Velvet Trimmings and Buttons, Fall and Winter Shawls, Bonnet Ribbons, &o. &c, N. B. We shall have the pleasure of showing The people of Fremont and vicinity,' The Largest, best-selected and Cheapest stock of Goods ever opened here. The Ladies are invited to eall and look at th above Goods. J. P. August 311. HAYNE3 & SON. CRANE & CO'S GREAT ORIENTALCIRCUS WILL perform in Fremont, on Friday September Cilll, L)or8 open m 2 am 7 o'clock f . M. Admission 25 cents. (J In Id re unnVr 10 rears of nee 15 cents. The Man gers take pleasure in announcing that an engagement has been made for the season with the beautiful and gifted MvLLE ROSA, The first female srtit in Europe and America. Also JOE PENTLAND, The Clown of all Clowns; Mr. H. P. Madigan, Ih great Equestrian; Mr. 11 G irdner, the celebrated Dramatic Horseman; John Shay, the eastern jug gler; Mr. Liming, the Trick Clown; Sig. Bliss, Ihe Contortionist. Messrs. Murray aud Keed, th Hie Acrobatic Artists. . - . The beautiful Twin Ponies, DAMON AND PYTHIAS, Also, the Pe;t Pony, DON JUAN, Who will dunce, waltz, and perform several other wnndertul leate. Also, following the above performance of Do Juan, w ill be presented the the most wonderful ex. hibition ever introduced into the ring, and now for the first tune iff red to the public, entitled the CHARIOTEER'S DILEJJA. The errand object of introducing the Cornels, is to enable the Manntrers to produce with ample effect ine niBfrnincent Oriental fHpeaiil of the Arab Slave, or the Sidtan'g Halt in (he Desert Kach entertainment will conclude with a most laughable COMIC AFTERPIECE. TBE BELL RINGS- ALL ABOARD First rait tl .tr rival OF THE SEASON! Hand Quarters HAVE th6 day received bv Express lot of" PR!NT3 and GINGHANS forthe earlv F Trade, and jll he receiving New Goods from day - to day un(jtjhey get the Did Establishment, ' Loactfii vp from top to bottom When that tinVe arrives, they intend to bring on . SOME; HEAVY ARTILLERY, and give the Old and New Combination Fi.ts. Fremont, August SI, 1850. Petition for Divorce. -Sarah Gydo vs. Sandusky count, Common Pleas. James ivde. 1 TAMES GYDE will take notice thatSarah Gvde, O has filed in Ihe office of the clerk of the court of common pleas of Sanduskv countv, Ohio, herpeti tion praying for a divorce from her husband, the said James Gvde; assigning for cause, extreme cruelty, and gross neglect of dutv on the part of said James Gyde, which petition will be for hearing at me next term 01 eaia court. J. L. GREENE, Att'y for petioner. Aug. 1". 185033-5 JOSEPH HERS H FY'S ESTA TE. "VTOTICE is hereby given that the tubscribers J. 1 have been appointed aud duly qualified as ad iiiinistritors on the estate of Joseph Hershv dee'd.. late ot ZiulmHe township, undnskv county. Ohio. B. W. LEWIS. JAdmrs. Ballville, Aug. 17,185023:3 SOCIAL HALL. rTtHE snbscriber is prepared to furnish Soci.'L X Hall, in Buckland's Brick Block, for Cotillon Parties, Sorics, Lectures, &c, on reasonable terms: and also refreshments. iu mo uvsi bij io on ine snortesi uoucei J. K. SEBRING. Fremont, August 3, 1850. NEW GROCERY AND SALOON: TCST OPENED IN Buckland's Jfew Brick Riiildins! J! F. R. SEBItliVO, 1 !':ii DTC r 17' r"' T1 fITI t V p. t - m flTll Customers and the Publ ic vennmllv. l!h.!i :!: that he hue again gone into the Gro- Wi " uusiuess, ana nas now opened 'tl? ONE OF TUE MOST EXTENSIVE ,,.V' ! i D. . . . 1:1 I v! Stocks of Groceries! ever brought to this .market, with especial reference to supply the wants of the citizens of Sandusky and adjoining counties. 1 hia sloes consists in part of Sugars, Coffee, Teas, - Spiees, Pepper, Raisins, Tobacco, Segars, itc, Sfc. gether with a complete and large asssortment of CANDIES, Ihe best ever opened in Fremont, the assertion nf bogus" dealers in this article to the conlrarv not withstanding. NUTS, FRUITS AND PRESERVES. of the rarest kinds, will be he found at my slore. Lemonade, Mead, C'roiik and Beer, can be had ot a moment's notice. Fresh Baked Bread, Cake, Pies, and Biscuit ulwsvs kept on hand. Families wish- ng to be supplied with Bread can at all times he accommodated with a superior article and on the most liberal trrins. ' But I hare neither time nor the nrinter room in is paper, to enumerate ihe sixth part of the articles ffept by me, andean only ask that a discriminating ublic will give me a call end and tudge for them selves, feeling satisfied that I csn render entire sat- isfac'ion to all both as to prices and quality. r reinonl, June 10, ou. WARRANTY, Mortgage, and. Quit Claim Deeds for sal at the -FREEMAN OFFICE. AEW WOCRI NEW PRICES!! j. ii. s tb: i o,v, WOULD inform the public that he has resumed hie business athisold stand, on Croghan St., and having had the oportunity of seeing and getting All the Latest Fashions from East and West, and hhvin brought on an assortment' of the ' FINEST -WOODS, VKSEKRINGS, 4C.,' ' he is prepared to furnish his rild customers, and as many new ones as can crowd into his ware rooms, with the most splendid lot of Itlahogony, Rosewood and Blackwalnnt FURNITURE, Of every kind from the Cradle to the Coffin. As to prices, he is determined NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD. ; He is hold lo sav that he can offer Von BETTER BARGAINS and BETTER WORK than yon can get west of Bulf.ilo; he has on hand, and is making All kinds of BEDSTEADS, oh New and Improved Plans; such as Lewis' Patent, Fowler's Talent, &c, &c. Do not fail to give him a call. O He has got up a good Hearse, and will attend lunerals in towu or country. Fremont, August 10, 1850. Steam Mill for Sale. THt. subscriber now offers his new steam saw mill for sale, situate on the Ridge rtoaa, rdoui ten miles eaieriy irotn rremoni, and only 100 rods from the Mauinee and Western Re serve Turnpike Road, and within about 25 rods of the surveyed line of the Wellington and Toledo Kailroad. The mill is a snperior one, in all 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 substantial kind, 35 by 61 feet, fitted to saw logs 30 feet long. Having two circular saws and a machine for sawing felloes attached, and sufficient power in the 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 day last winter, attached to some forty sleds and boats: and every ten dtivs of good sled ding is equivalent to about one thousand logs. Any person wishing to get large contracts for the Ra Iroad, or wishing to enter into the lumber busi ness will find it to their advantage to call and see for themselves. And any person anticipating building a Mill, can do equally as well to call, for they can half pav for one while they would be building. The building being so iramed, as to be easily tuUen down aud set up would require but little time to remove it. The subscriber has also 105 acres of good land about forty acres cleared, a goo a frame oarn, a you jg Orchard of over one hundred grafted Apple trees, most of which are bearing, with Peaches, Pears, Plums, Cherries, Quincke, Grapes, &c &c which have also commenced bearing. The mill and farm will be sold separate or together, to suit purchasers; and liberal terms ot pnyment given. For further particulars enquire of F. I. NORTON, Fremont, or the subscriber on the premises. , York, August 3, 1850. (iLT A qnantity of seasoned wagon and buggy felloes, together with an extra quality of narrow lath, and lumber of all kinds kept constantly on hand, cheap as can be had at any other mill in the country. 21:6m W. L. C. BALLVILLE Woolen Factory! saoausKy l ounty, omo. Weaving and Cloth-Dressing done in all styles and colors, superior to any thing in the State. THE subscriber finding that Wool had risen in price beyond Ihe 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, in all their various styles, superior to any thing neretoiore attempted. He has erected a drvin? house 100 feet in length capable of drying 200 yards of cloth per day, besides ine out coor bars. , tie uses falling stocks to lull with, and other machinerv sufficient to 6nish 300 yards of cloth per dav. The machinerv and hand: will all be employed in weaving and dressing cloth lor custon.ers during the season. He has all th different machines for dressing cloths That are used in Xcw England Factories, such as Mapping, I eascling shearing aud Isrushing Machines, which were bought in Wooster, Massa' chusetts, and are in the best of order. The work men emploved in his Manufaclorv. have served regular apprenticeship in Massachusetts, and work ed in the above business from 5 to 20 vears. And with his early and loug experience in the manul'ac turing business, and by strict personal attention to the same, hopes to receive a liberal share of the public patronage. He has the FRENCH METHOD of Col onng and uses no Copperas or Vitriol, knowing the same to be injurious to the cloth. He will warrant all of his work, both as to manufacture, colors and finish. Prices per yard for finishing. Cloths Is 6d; Cas simersls6d; Flanuels Is; Satinetts 14c; liiuseys Is; to lull tic. Prices for weaving on Power Loom Cloths five uarters wide c; Cassimers hve quarters wide 10c: Flannels fonr quarters wide 7c. Prices per yard for weaving and finding Chain aatineus lac; iinseys is. All the cloths, woven will be returned as they leave the loom, or finished at the abova prices as customers may direct. lie bas made Arrangements. wilh the following persons at the places mentioned, to receive yarns and cloth, and deliver the sume when returned. AIM-arns and cloth left wilh these persons will be taken and returned every two weeks throughout Ihe season; O. L. Nims, Head Quarters, Fremont Baker's Store Castalia. Chapman & Harkness, Bellevue. Shoemaker & Osden, Republic. Silas D. Boalt, Mexico. M. Brackley, McCutchensville. J. Swagart & Co., Oregon. . Parker & Shawan, Carey. Adam Battelfeld, Springville. C. W. Foster fe Son, Rome, E. W. Thomas, Risdon. Wm. Heller, Van Buren, more. Arnold & Grey, Crowell fe Burns, Hell Henry Haskins, Portageville. W. Bradner, Millrove. George Bautchtell, Freeport, J. Eaton & Co., Rollersville. C. Powers, Wooodville. Bi Caushan, Port Clinton; - , P. C. DE AN. Ballville, Sandusky Co. O. August 3, 185021 Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. ourt of common pleas, Sanduskv county, Ohio. David. Spohn, Administrator of - " C ii. bpohn, deceased, vs. ) he Heirs N pu sufttice of an order of said court made iu the above entitled case, t shall offer for sale at auc- iou on the 31st of August next, between the hours rescribed by law, subject to the life estate of the idow of said decedent the following described lands and tenements, to wit: The north half of the south-west quarter of see- on number thinv, township number five, north of range nnmher fourteen, containing eighty-seven acres in Sandusky county, Ohio. 1 krus of sale. Utie-ihird cash in hand, one- hrrd iu one year and ooe-third in two years, with lerest Irom day ol sale, to be secured bv mort gage on the premises. UAV1U SI'Utiiv, Administrator of C. B. Spohn. dt-rM. AutiisI 3. 1P50. 215 rTlENDERS his professional services to the citi- z-nn of Fremont and adjacent conntry. Office For the preient at his dwelling on Arch reet, where he will cheerfullv. attend to ahv calls, except when absent tfn professional duly. . . JUne Sit, WOOD WANTED! ANY quantity of good Hickory and Ash Wood will be taken on subscription at the inr.ina urrici. New Drug Store. S. BUCKLAND & CO.: - . ; DEALERS IN ' Drugs, Paints, Oils, Dye-stuffs, Glass-ware, Phosgene Gas and Lamps, c, &c. THE subseribers have juslpened a large slock of the above articles, which with their former stock completes the largest and best assortment ever brought to f remont or vicinity . v . ALL OF WHICH ARE WARRANTED. Physicians are respectfully requested to call and examine our articles of Drncs and Chpmipatn. a we are determined lhnt Fremokt shall be tub towk to but Goods CHEAP. -All our merchants say they are selling Goods CHh.Afr.ll than they can be bought in Sandnskv, Tiffiu, or any where else-iu these 'Diggins' and are Determined not to be outdone 1 bj tliem in the way of LOW prices. - - . Sj" Cocvtbv Dealers, will find it to their ad vantage to buy of us any articles in our line, as we are sure ice can save them the transportation, at PAINTERS and MECHANICS, using Paints of any kind who wish Good Articles can be supplied at the smallest possible advfhice Irom cost. White L.ead pure i.ttra, Ko. I, dry and ground in oil. Chrome Yellow, Chrome Green, Paris Green, Red Lead, Lampblack, Litharge, varnish, Linseed UH, warranted to dry turpen tine, &c, &. Brushes of all sizes and kinds, at 20 per cent, cheaper than ever. GIVE US A CALL, Vt.3, Bncklantl's BrickBlock, Sign of the Big Mortar .JE3T " Fremont, Sandusky co. July 6, 1850 17 ' THE DREADFUL SCOURGE J.f COJUE 1T LAST!! We hereby let Sanduskv know. That HAWKINS JIM, CALDWELL & CO., Have opened Shop to work for all, Who'Jl please to favor with a call: We've Bedsteads, Lounges, Tables too, All kinds of Carpenter work we do We'll mend a Chair, a Table, Stand, Or Make them all for Cash in hasd: -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 please if PAID. And as money makes the mare to go . We're bound to sell our labor LOW ! -For instance : Such as others sell Of Bedsteads, we will make as well, And one-third LESS our price shall be, "'" If this you doubt, just come and see, But, where's your Shop? 'tis close at hand, - We've taken the Democratic stand Opposite Brainard's, on Croghan street, We 11 gladly public custom greet. Fremont, July 13, 1850. 1 18 .Land for Sale. THE following lands belonging to the De Forest heirs will be sold VERY C H E A P , as the owners are anxious to dispose of them. ' Thev are situated near Sandusky Bay on Big Pickerel Creek, in a well settled neighborhood. L'ge. -Tp. Sec. Description. ;- Acres. 17 5 6 west h'f south-west quar 80 17 5 6 north-east quar 160 17 5 6 north-west quar 160 16 6 36 south-east fraction ' 90 16 6 36 south-west quar 120 Also 10,000 acres of Iiand, in Ottawa county, embracing every variety of soil, limber and prairie, cettlerscan be accommodated with such tracts as 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, 1850 16:3m - Private Sale. '' THE subscriber offers the following tract of Laud at private sale at a BAR- GA1IN, described as follows, to wit: The south-east quarter of the north east quarter of section No. thirty-six, in township Mo. hve, north or range Ixo- fourteen, inbandusky countr, containing forty acres. This land is about three and a half miles west of Fremont, in Washington township, and is .excel lently situated and calculated ror farming purposes. Persons wishing to purchase will enquire of the Editor of the Freeman, or address the subscriber at Hagerstown, Washington countv, Maryland, post paid. GEORGE DE1HL. Fremont, July 13, 1850 18 GIDEOIV HATCH, Tailor; . WOULD inform his friends and the public, that he has taken rooms at Ballville, where he intends carrying on the above business, in all its branches, and hopes bv punctual attention and long experience in hia trade to merit and receive i share of patrouage. - N. B. Cutting of garments 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 tilUKUJN HATCH. Ballville, July 13, 185018 OVERWHELMING ESTIMONIESI OVER HALF A MILLION OF TESTIMONY als have been received by the Ptoprietor of .. McALISTER'S ifti , AL-LHEALINGOINT' .;. MENT from Physicians :Sg5 the most skillful and ce. rSffiSK lebrated, from Counsel- lore learned in the Law, SSas from Judges of celebrity 5fSaP on the Bench, trom Min tgjpjf isters of the Gospel, rSSKf whose undeviating in .jggjjgs legrity have made them S-iy shining lights in the path of Truth, from en lightened Profeirs. from acute Merchants, and from those of every stati n, name and degree among mankind all f which, without one d's senting objection, renounce this Ointment to be GOOD. As day by day it unobtrusively extends- its sphere of action along the borders of our vast coun' try, and is circulated throughout ils extent, new evidences of its power and new proofs of its effi cacy are continually developed. Three millions of Boxes, applied to disease within the last four years, has established the astounding fact beyond the power of cavil or contradiction, that it is IN FALLIBLE in the cure of all Tumors, Ulcers, Sores, Burns, Tetter, Piles, Scrofula, Erysipelas, Chilblains, Scald Head, Sore Eyes, Quinsy, Croup, Rheumatism, Broken Breast, Ague in the Face, Corns, &c. It completely restores the INSEN SIBLE PERSPIRATION, and by this means opens those avenues by which Nature intended to expel the morbid matler of the body thus is the system cleansed, the blood puriBed, and the health re stored. ' - It has the power to cause all external bores, Scrofulous Humors, Skin Diseases, and Poisonous Wounds, to discharge their putrid matter, and then heal tbenu We are not ashamed of the names of All-IIealhi? Ointment J Or the , : "World's Salve J which a discerning public has applied to this medicine ; fur there is scarcely a disease, exter nal or internal, that it Will not benefit. I have nsed it for the last fourteen years for all diseases of the Chest, Consumption, and Liver, involving the utmost danger and responsibility, ana l aeciare 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. tho Grand Depot, Mi FULTON ST., New York, and by all Druggists throughout the United States. J. MCALlOl r.ri, OIUB rruiicnir, 141 Fulton St. H. Y. s. 19 BUCKLAND & &0., ;r i Only Agents for Fremont. TTtTHlTE LEAD Pare. Extra. No. 1. Drv V am nd gronnd in Oil, for sale cheap, at Bccklasd's. N AILS. Fremont Iron Co.'s Nails.- rnnAnr. tured at Troy. N. Y at . Hatke!,' ' n BIBLES. A large lot of Family Bibles from $ 1 50 to $6. Also, Pocket, Clasp, Tuck, and Polyglolt Bible and Testaments at BtCKl.JWfD's. BOOKS! BOOKS! ' The subscribers have just received Decidedly the Largest, and Best selection o EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET Miscellaneous, Clasical", Medical and School Books, among which, iha following are a few: The writings of Gen Washington, by Jared Sparks, - 12 volumes. ...... Prescolt's Conquest of Peru, 2 volumes; . ,' do ' do ' Mexico, 3 vols. t do - .. Ferdinand and Isabella, 3 vols; do Miscellanies, 1 vol: Allison's History of Europe, 4 vols; Hildreth's United Stales. 3 vols: Maccaulev's History of England, S vols: Hallain's Works, 4 vols; Gibbon' Rome, 4 vols. Stephens' Yucatan; Greece; Egypt 2 vols each; Complete Works of Lorenzo Dow: Addison's Works; - Burke's do. " Josephus' Works 1 and 2 vols; Brron'a do . Shakspears's Works, 1 and 2 vols; Rollin's Hirtory do '- - ''''j Chamber's Information for the People, 2 vols; , .' American Revolution 2 vols: -, .. , Marshal's Washington, 2 volumes; Neal's Puritans, 2 vols; Life of Brant, 2 vols; Mrs Edgeworth's Works 10 vols; - , Spark's American Biography, 10 vole: Memoirs and Administrations of the Presidents; ' Cooper's Naval llistorv; Brand's Encyclopedia: History of the Girondists: - Life ot Franklin; , Mrs. Bremier's Novels, complete iu one vol; . Harper's Family Library, 34 volumes: do School District Library, ISO volumes; do Clasical Library, 20 volume . Swan's Treatise; Swan's Miscellany; Webster's Dictionary, unabridged : ,j do do Large, revised; do do " University edition; do do School edition; .. United States Dispensatory, late editon; Eberlee's Practice; 'Eberlee'a Therapeutics; Smith's Hand Surgery; ... . , .Watson's Practice: Hooper's Dictionary; . SCHOOL BOOKS OF ALL KINDS. M'GufTey' Eclectic series of Readers; Ray's, Adams', Smith's, Davis', Dabol'a and Par kin's Arithmetic; Clark's, Smith's, Well's, Burritt's and Kirkam's . Grammar;- ' . . . Smith's, Oloney's Morse's and Parley' Geogra ' phy, &.c, &c. - : STATIONARY. - Any quantity of Fools Cap, and Letter Paper- plain and ruled, (jilt r.dged and Embossed; Letter Envellopes, of all kiads and styles. CALL AND SEE! At W ' ': ''- Buckland's Brick Block. - S. BUCKLAIVD & CO. Fremont, July, 1850 - 17 - Great Excitement. Trcnienduous Outbreak in Cuba! 10,000 Prisoners taken. " toppingHwegstein, Have just received a large assortment of BOOTS h SHOES WHICH will be offered at great bargain for CASH OR READY PAT. Their stock comprises every varietv of boot and shoe suited to the market, ! f . : The Gentlemen -. will find thick boots and shoes, calf and kip, sewed and pegged, UJ" at extremely low piice. v ' For Bovs and Y outh . we have kip, calf and heavy boot and shoes, as cheap as the market affords, aud of superior qual ity. And . ." ' ;;,- J. For the Indies enameled and kid excelsiors, enameled polka boots, calf and morocco boots, and also a large assortment of kid and morocco slipper of different colors and patterns. - .- For 1 on ii? Misses , -v., morocco and calf boots aud shoes, morrocco and seal buskins, morocco, kid and seal alipper, gaiter boots, fancy colored half gaiters: and a large vari ety of kid and morocco bo..-:s and shoes for children. ' Boot and Shoe Makers, 'y will take notice, that we have a large assortment of &hoe Findings, for the trade, auch as Boot Trees and Lasts, Pegs, French calf, Morocco and Boot morocco skins, pink red aud white lining skins, and a general assortment of findings together with every variety of tools used iu the manufacture of boots and shoes as cheap a can be bought iu the wesV -We keep constantly on hand a large assortment or MATS AiMJ LAI'S Tor men aud boys. Boots and Shoes from measure, v Our town and country customers can have boots and shoes made to order at our shop. We have secured the services of several experienced work men, especially for this branch of our business, and any work entrusted to as will b warranted to 111, and of UOOD STOCK. . , . . . S3T South Store . in Tyler's block at the sign of the big BOOT. Jg V Fremont June 22, 15 The Bed-Bug Guillotine. ; ' Much pleassd to find we're not been slighted, By those whose custom we've invited, . And grateful thanks we make to alt ; Who've bought and PAID or made a call. Encouraged thus, again we'll show ' ; The aforesaid shop of JIM & CO. -. (Now don't mistake and elsewhere go, ' To Stevenson's or Singlesbaugh -. One up the hill, the other below, And thus attempt to jump Jim Crow; V -For if you do we'll let you know, We'll not admit you to the show ) We've bought the patnt-the eounty's mine, We mean the bed-bug Guillotine. - ; Then come ye all who love sweet napping, ' Without uch twitching, jerkmg, tcratching, ' As found with bed-steads poorly made, By such as learn but half tho trade. - Whose pius, and holes, and points attest All will compose the clincher's rest, From whence they rally at dead of nightf 1 And pierce your veins with venom bile. . " If clean you wish to keep your rugs... , Your shelves and blankets from Ihe Bugs, - Come buy of us and yoti shall find . : ; There's nothing like the Guillotine. ' But what's the mode? come, tell your plan, We'll buy your bedsteads to a man I We've bought the patent, as said to you Called the Perambulating Screw, -So close they press the bugs together .: ; You'd sell them well fir harness leather; And if you get Van Doren's price : You'll pay for bedsteads in a trice-;. 1 -; .j For three and twenty cents together He ays will bur a pound of leather. But our liquid fadge is best of all, A bottle we giv to each that call . -Its easily given, easy to take ' - 1 i f ' Sure to kill and no mistake. . By presing gently on the pate The mouth flies open like a gate; There, drop oue drop--enough i said And I'll ensure the creatne's dead. Good law! ha msssa, what a dunce, I'd belter kill thebrute at once, . -o easy done just by a squeif, i Just do good lady as you please, , 23 In Chancery. Conrt common pleas, Sandliiky Cottuty, Ohio. , sanau iof Joseph Walker and Absulum Baldwin, Executors i Josiah Q. Hedges, vs. Daniel Alspach.and ' Lonvina Alsnach his wife. NOTICE i hereby given to Said Daniel Alspach and Louvina Alspach, non-residents of Ohio, that the sard executors ol said decedent on the IHtn day of June 1850 filed their bill iu the Cleik's office of said court, the object aud prayer of which is, to obliiln a decree to sell the north half of Ihe east half of the south-West quarter of fractional section number twenty-six, in township uumber four, north of range number fifteen in Sandusky county, Ohio, to satisfy a mortgage given thereon by said Alsp:icb and wile on the 5ih day of November. 1847, to snid ileeeden't, to secure Ihe sum of one hundred and fi'ly dollars and interest thereon; nnd that said bill w ill be beard at the spring term of said couit, Ibol. B J. BARTLETT. Sul, for Comp'ts. July 20, 1850. 19:6 GOLD PENS. BAGLEY'S Gold Pens and Tencils for sale cheap, at S. BocKtASn & Co'a. 1HEAP PUBLICATIONS. A choice lot of -A :eive Harper St, Brother's, just received at DUCELANU 8. ATER BOOKS and Church S SpleiidiH assortnint, from 31c to $3, rt BUCKLASD & CO'S. ' .. ONE MOMENT - ' . .. iiADirrs aad gextleuevj ; Large Additions and increased facilities FOR BELLI KG IARGE QCAKTW1K3 OF ' DRY GOODS km GEOSEEIIS, AT LOWER PRICES THAN E.VER! biviD BETTS, Having jnst purchased and received A LARGE STOCK OF GOOD3, wilt now ex hibit to the public th best maorlmeat EVER BROUGHT TO FREMONT! and will sell at as reasonable and low price as a-ny oihe'r establisdment iu Sandusky county. Ever thankful to a diserimiaatiog poblic, for the patron age by which I have been en-bled to reach my present position, I hope by strictly attendisg to bu siness, and the interests of tlm public, to rajecia j continuance of their favors. My stock of Broadcloths, J : -- Cassiincrg, J.v.w. Vesting, ' and Gentlemen's wear generally, will be eSereilat . ; VERY LOW PRICES!-, . . The attention of the ladies is partieulafr called to our extensive assortment of Dress Goods, which, consists in part of Silks, Gro de Nap, Gro de Rhine. &.C.; plain and figured Silks and Satins, aud if they do not suit look at their beanlifnl variety of figured and plain de laines, cashmeres, prints, &c., and then examine hi general variety of edging, mull edgings, ribbons of every description, and ev ery other article in that line; by that time j c will want to look at his ' 0p(cn!iij carichi of 5I)am!sr . ... which for beanty, riehnea and durability, c&Riwt be surpassed in this markt t. fl is stock of " ... If A It I W A K E , ,- Consists in part of cable, log, trace anil halter chains; mill, cross cot, hand and back saws, an vils, vises, broad axes-, adzses, locks, angnrs, b,c cea and bits, and in fact, every artiete usually kept in hardware stores. All of which will be sold u Unparalleled low Prices. - His assortment of iron, nails, glass, crockery, cutlery, Stc, &c, is eomplets. American, Swede and Old Sable iron ia any qnantity, tiiing at a mere ong. BOOTS AND SHOES, for ladies, gent, boy and misses in a great variety, at price to suit the times. Also large assort ment of - . Iteatly-matle Clothing, at city prices. He would also say to ihe pubtie that he ha made extensive arrangements to g into the ; WOOL TRADE! and is now prepared to bny ; And pay CASH for asy amonat lliat caa be had. .Therefore bring it on, together with yer produce of every description, aad yoa will &d aT ready market and the highest prices at - , - . DAVID BETTS Fremont, May S5ih, 1850. . A U A Y N E S'- :NEW:STOHE! la Entire NEW Stock of Goods ! ! ' ' ' : O , IN these day of 'go-a-headitiveness,' nothing i more Irae than the laying, that every day bring "SOMETHING NEW!" and the subscriber urged by these inventive times, - Have got up Souietiiing Sew: expressly for this meridean, viz: ' ..-. - As :New -Store! ' Filled trith .YJSli GOODSl which will be offered to the public on NEW TERMS; 18 -Bttckland-s Xcw Brick Block! : consisting of a well selected stock of . . . Sjirtng aiib Snmmcr (Soora, . Cloths, plain and fancy Cassimeres, . Satineltes, Tweeds and Summer Stufi. DRY GOODS, - . " ;--,"--v GROCERIES, - - r-r:.- - BOOTS and SHOES, ... V-. . -HATS and CAPS, ". ' ' 1 READY-MADE CLOTHING, " : -- J IIANDWARE, - ' -'; 5 - V.'-i . CROCKERY, &c. tc. ; ' 1 It is useless to enumerate the endless variety that may be found at our Establishment. Wa woulel saylothe LADIES however, that they can find , -, the Jj ATEST FAS HI03iS of Bou- .-; nets. Ribbons, Ginghams, Chambra . do. , Silks, Satins, Shoes and . " . Slippers, Parasols, Gfoves, Bhawls, La- -ces; also a great variety of fashionable fancy aricle. : GENTLEMEN'S Fashionable Hats and Caps, line Calf and Kip Boots, Broadcloths, Cassimeres, some Fine French Cassimere Pants, Coats and Vests. . --: A-great variety of Neck, and Pocket . Handk'sa, Ties, Collars, &c &e. v . , - "TO FARMERS, WE OFFER all kinds of Groceries, Domestics, Sheetmgs, &c, . ; VUIIY LOW.. ,v All of oar Goods were bought since the lata Great Reduction in Prices! and by calling yod will find that we have the " BEST SELECTED, and - - - CHEAPEST Stock of Goods, ever brought into this town, and be convinced by that best of judges experience -that we PRACTICE what we PREACH. ALMOST ALL KINDS Or P R 0 D U C E ' ' Taken in exchange for Goods! gglTDon't mistake the Tpiace.3 BucJilancrsBricklilock. J. Mav. P. HAYXES &. SOST. 185(1. IS - Fremont, Wft?ILf!: TttR OL,n WOOL DEPOT! . IN FREMONT STILL IN MOTICT. ; WHICH EVERT BOOT KJTOTV8 13 AT - - PEASE'S. 13RICK BLOCK, NUMBER h .. 0; . THE subscriber having made an arrangement to purchase this article -on Commission, are prepared 'o pay the . y 3&r. VERY HIGHEST PRICES ! So bring on yonr Wool add exchange it for- CASH nnd not for GOODS. .ROBERTS, HUBBARD & CO' Fremont, May 26, 1850 - - - 1 JUST RECEIVED AT a new scphi op v . Fancy Lawns nnd Ginghams; Silk Fringes, Laces ant! Braids; Ladies' Silk and Kid Gloves; - do do - Belts; Gents Kid Gloves; - ' Taffeta, Brocade, Enameled nnd Chameleon Bonnet Ribbons; .White Crape; -Fenther Fans and Vancy Buttons;. .. , Palm-icaf and Leghcrrn tlate: " Brown Linen, "Clianibray Gihhaiii, and! Tweed Coats and Pahtfe; - and any quutily of .nice, things too "numerou to mention," all vkrt L.llrjAr. TOVyfJSENU'S' sureapati.'!a -A large lot for sale ? only at - Bcch.amj"s 'White Wood liiimbcr, . OF all kinds and cleoretufflcr .Me l,v Feb.3. O. H. FUSSELMAST.- SILKS, satins, alpa'ceaa, lawns, gingham, &cf all rlualities and prices Kt ' - - IIjitse- YOtJNG Hyson Ten of superior qitahtv at - . IJaVkks'. - AMP and Tanner's Oil at