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, . New TorV Sept 17. - ' ENGLAND. Th Queen is sojourning in the Highlands of Scotknd. The Lord Lieutentant of Ireland, w making a tour to ascertain the condition of agriculture. - Tbe repeal agitation bas been revived, but tne Attempt proved an abortion. Marshal Haynau has met with a rough reception in England. He went to visit the great Brew " ery of Barkley, Perkins fe Co. a person em ployed on the premises, discovered who he was and they commenced and attacked him, he was assailed with all sorts of missies and his cloth.es all torn off bis back, and it was with the greatest difficulty that the Austrian Butch er made his escape. . . - The crops have been nearly all harvested, nd proved a fair average. The potatos crop is much sounder than ex pected. It is reported that the Chancellor of the exchequer, has determined to advise the fcooHion of the stamp duty on newspapers and a u ties on advertisements. -..? - FRANCE. . ' The death of the ex-King bas engrossed much" attention. It is is said a-dispute in the Bourbon family will be healed, and an effort made to place Prince JJe Joumiie at the bead of the republic. .. . : The President is in another town. DENMARK AND THE DUCHIES. Nothing important traspired this week, with regard to the two armies. v uora i' aimers ton aaaresseaanoiner note to I the Prussian Cabinet, with a view to induce I - Prussia to join him and assist in the execution of the protocol of the 4th ot July. I " WAfinrl th rwitiMt Vina mf t with ft nor- emtory refusal on the part of Prussia. , - -Stockton's Sermon. . We have received a copy of Mr. Stockton's 1 sermon, occasioned by the death of president Taylor,- delivered at Masonic Hall, Cincinnati, Aug. 1, 1850." It is replete with .excellent suggestions, and especially does it portray the insignificance of manworsbip which so general ly prevails even among the independent free . men of America r He pronounces it worse than the idolatry of old, for it is committed in great er light, if not in grosser forms. We make the following Extracts:' . ' , " : - Last Words of the; Presidbkts. When Washington was sixty-seven years old, he laid down on his death bed. "I find lam dying," " lifl 1. . ' rrt ii 1 .fsi th mtmnf 7 nut mia" A M l gam xJixiort,L uie naxu, uui 1 am oui airou to go; I believed, from my first attack, I should not survive it; my bereath cannot last long." . , I . . . i i i . . i . And so be ceased to breathe. . More than a quarter of century elapsed, before a similar scence was witnessed. .. Then, on the same day, the first jubilee of the Nation, Adams, at ninety years of age, and Jefferson, at eighty-three ; came down to their last hour. I resign myself to my ' God," said Jefferson : "and my child to my country." Soon after, Adams exclaimed :: "Independence forever!'! and all was over.. They, too, bad ceased to breathe. Five years after this, at. seventy-one years of age Monroe ceased to breathe.. ' "'. ! Five years after this, at eighty-five years of ge,53adisoh ceased to breathe. , r ' " - Nearly five rears after this, at sixty-eight Tears ot aire, Harrison reniarnea -oir.A wo you lo traaersiana toe inis pnucipies ui lue govtrtith'ent" wish " them carried out. I ask nothing more.'; And he ceased to breathe. . Four years after this, at seventy-years of .age, Jacktost observed, in substance 'My; sufferings though great, are nothiag in com parison with those of my dying Savior; thro whose death i look for everlasting happiness.' And he ceased to breatlte. t - In less than, three years after this," at eighty years of age.the second Adams declared 'this is the last ef enrtii. I am content And he teased to breathe. - In a little more than one year after this, at fifty-three years of age, Pont bowed his head in baptism, confessing his Savior. And he cea ed to breathe. ' , .' And now within the last month, at .sixty six years of age ,the lamented Taylor has sub mitted to the solemn decree 'I am ready for the summons, said lie. 'I bve endeavered todo my duty.; I am sorry to leave my friends. And he, too, ceased to breatlte. 0, ; The President and toe Mcnomeneei. The delegation of sine chiefs, of this tribe were admitted to an audienee yesterday, at which time we were fortunate enough to be present .- Tbey were severally introduced to . the president, who welcomed them in terms of kindaeasi'? :- - .-- Tbe object of their mission to Washin gton was briefly stated by Mr. Brace, the sub-Indian agent nt wbese charge they have come from their far-off Itpme. The president addressed them in reply, through their interpreter, Mr. Grignon - He said (we do not profess to give a literal report) ' ; ' ' - ' I am happy to" meet with you my friends. ... I am happy to bear that you are the friends of thev white man. : v ' I am sorry to learn that you think the trea- . ty that you have entered into with us is not , I will listen to the objections you have to urge against its- justness. ?- -- . If Lfind that injustice has been done, I will take pleasure in enforcing what is just I understand yon desire to remain upon the land you now occupy during tho approaching "winter. " . In order that every thing may be well un derstood between as, and that ample time may be had you have my consent to remain there until 4he lstof June next. ' ' But you must not understand that this per mission is to serve for any longer time than I have mentioned. This privilege is granted to relieve you from the inconvenience of going into a new country in winter, as well as to afford time to examine the complaints you have to make. It is my wish that on Friday next your ob jections to the treaty be left with me. "" And it is my hope that you will return peacefully and quietly to your home, and that joa will hot interfere with such surveyors and other persons as may be sent there. ' ... And before the time I have named,' the first of June next, it is my hope that the subject will be fully examined and correctly undestood and that justice will be observed in all that may b done. '- - The president' then bade them good bye, sbakmg hands with each one in bis own kind and hearty manner, and then retired. - . Tbe delegation now came into the ball, and were approaching the front door, when gen eral Scott entered. They halted, and the in terpreter informed them who he was, and we suppose, what he had done. At this informa tion they manifested a lively interest, and smi led their besrty approval as they surveyed the tall form and manly features of the old white warrior. ' The general remembered the serv ice which some of them had rendered their 'white brethren and intimated to them that the white man ever thought of them with great kindness. - '-. ' - , As the general ptified cs,a serrani approach d and made a revelation to the interpreters, which was passed around in monosvlables,and a bitch was given to each coat and blanket, and the whole party followed the servant as promptly as if lie had asked them to partake of some refreshment Washington Republic 3T Wheat sold as high as 1 7 to ?8 cents in our streets, on Wednesday, and we heard of some reaching 81 cents. Rail Road Subscription. The Register, at South Bend, la., says the county commissioners have ngreed to subscribe $40,000 to the capital stock of tbe rail road there. . Cin. Gaz. Death of Rev. Dr. Jndson. Letters received at Boston by the Hibernia, announce the death of the Rev. Dr. Judsom on the 1 2th of April last, aged 60 years. He was buried at" sea, lat 13 north long.- 93 east He had been a missionary for 38 years. ; . Ciu. Gaz. Let a man form a friendship with a woman even though she be no longer young and hand some, there is a softness and tenderness at tached to it that no male friendship can know. It is stated that the Globe newspaper at Washington is bought into the Bentonian in terest CoL Fremont's purse is pledged . to sustain it , . . Herald. - Brevitv is the soul of wit Alwars use it when visiting an editor, or communicating wuu mm. . i , ' W A new comet was discovered on the 30th ult, by Mr. G. P. Bond, of the Cambridge Observatory, in the Constellation Camelopar- dalus, ten degrees north of the star Arphs Perset . . - . . . Independent Candidate FOR COriVTY TREASURER. ' Editor Friius: Believing then is no valid reuon vbyacouoty officer should be elected merely because he is claimed lo belong lo certain party, and for the purpose of carrying OQt those views I hsve not for several years past attended any politi cal Convention. And as a sympathetic feeltnir for bodilr innmitv seems to be the "rutins passion" of the dnv and in consequence of a lingering Rheumatic affection. have for many months been uuable to walk; nop in sr te obtain a share of that sympathy, I therefore present mv name to mv fe)low-citizns of litis conn tv as a candidate for COUNTY TREASURER. Being alsov in favor of ''rotation in office,' I pledge myself, if successful, not again to be an ap plicant for the same othce. Muskalnnge, Aug 97. FREMONT PRICE CURRENT. CORRECTED WKEKI.T. Wheat per bnshel. .... .... .... ... Floor per barrel...... Cora per bushel Oats per bushel. . Butter per pound..... .... .... .... Egg per dozen Cheese per pound. . ;.. Lard per pound.................. Salt per bsrrell. .. .... ........... Hides per ponnd. .... Flaxseed per bo.hel... -Timothy seed per bn. ... Clover seed per ba ........... .... Pork per barrell.... .. flams smoked per pound. .... .... , Beans per bushel ................. : I'otnteee per bonhel ............ ... Onions per bushel... ... Apples greeu. .... .... .. Apples dried. ... Beeswax per pound.... .... ....... -Tallow per ponnd. ............ ... Staves Pipes per M. ............ . " , Hhd per M. " Bbl per M Blackwaluut Lumber per M.... ... . 75 4 00 37 20 8 6 10 .......5 .... I 13 ...4 8 75 ....1 35 ....3 00 ...n oo 06 oo 37 50 .... 25 1 50 20 7 ..$1420 ' ...10al2 ....9a 12 .:..8il2 occttseraents, AIcAIister's All-IIealins Ointment. It is a1 rare occurrence that we notice editorially. any "Patent Mediciue" that is being hawked about the country, but in daty to the world we feel bound to acknowledge and state that ne one article of med icine within our knowledge, for most complaints which human flesh is heir to, begins to be as valu able as M'AIistsr's All-liealing Ointment Having witnessed its great and wonderful healing proper ties, we would not on any consideration be williont it; and we say so all heads of families, keen this ar ticle on hsud if you wish to preserve your health and save doctor's bills: see advertisement. . .r.., -.. To I,ct. .... THE STORE and WARE-HOUSE now occu pied by E. N. Cook, in Frement. Possession given the 6th October next. Apply to ! - K. Sr. BUCKLAND. Fremont, Sept. 21, 1850. 28 NINTH INSTALLMENT To the Lever Sandusky F, Road Stock. THE stockholders of the Low. Sandusky Piauk Road Company, are hereby notified that an assessment of ten percent, on their capital stock, is hereby called for. the same to be paid over to John R. Pease. Treasurer of said Company, in r remout, on or beiore the 1st day of .November. JAMES JUSTICE, Prea't. La Q. Rowson, See'v. Fremont, Sept. 21, 1850 8 , Scliool Xotice. THE Common Schools in Fremont, will open for the reception of pupils on the first Monday n uciooer ' It is directed bv the Boaad of Education that un til further notice the pupils attend respectively at the same rooms attend od by them at the close of the laei term. Teachers desirous of employment will file with the undersigned their proposals and certificates at the earliest posible time. , tSy order of the Hoard, HOMER EVERETT, Sec'y. Fremont. Sept. 21. 15028:3 In I'bancerj. Court common pleas, Sandusky connlv. Ohio. Alexander H. Ewing, vs. I Shnbal Russell, and L Sophia Russell. t BY virtoe of a decretal order issued out of the court of common pleas of andnsky coony, Ohio to me directed and delivered I shall otter at public sale at tbe door of the court house in Fre mont, in said county, on the 21st day of October, A. I) 1850, between the hours prescribed bv law. the followiug lands and tenements, to wit: In-lot number thirty-five as designated on the re corded platt of Ewing's addition to ths town of Lower banduskr, Sandusky county, Ohio. Taken as the' property of Shnbal Russell and wife to satisfy a decree in said court iu favor of Al exander II. Ewing. JOHN L. GREENE, Special Master iu Chancery. Fremont, Sept. 21, 1850, 28-5 Sale of Real Estate by order of Conrt. ON the 21st day of October, 1850, between the hours prescribed bv law. at the door of the Court Honse in Fremont, in the county of Sandus ky, and state of Ohio, will be sold to the highest bidder the following real estate, as the property of Daniel P. Newell, deceased, subject to the right of o"M vt me wiuow, to wit: The west half of the sooth-west quarter of sec tion number thirty, township number fire, range number thirteen, containing eighty, acres, more or less. Apprsisrd at $400 Terms Cash in hand. . t,. HUB 1 IHlilUJN, Admiuistrator. September 17, 1850 17:5. . , CO DFISH of superior quality at - j-JW5 Cwrsif Stobi. A large and splendid stock of 9 Fashionable Fall and -Winter Goods, JUST RICriVKD FROM 1KW VOItX AMD BOSTOH, Purchased almost entirely with CASH! In the month of August, the most favorable eeaaon, IS NOW OFFDRED at the VERT LOWEST PRICES, for Cash, or Country Produce. - These Goods were selected with great care, in regard to quality and price, and cannot fail to Suit all who will please to examine them! All the latest styles of Ladies' Dress Goods, Ribbons, . . Shawls, Bonnets, Silks, fec Src, can be found here, and shall be sold cheaper than can be had elsewhere! Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Hardware, Iron, Nails, Glass, Fish, Sole and Upper Leather, Coffee, Teas, Oils, Crockery, Boots and Shoes, Ready-made Clothing, Molasses, Sugar, Yankee Notions, &c, &a, In troth all articles wanted in the western country, can be found and will be sold without regard to profit for ready pay. A. B. TAYLOR. Fremont. Sept. 18. 1P50. In Chancery. " Court common pleas, Saudusky county, Ohio, William r. Uuon, vs. Shnbal H. Rnssell, et al. T)T virtue of a decretal order issued out of the JD court of common pleas of Sandusky county, Ohio, to me directed and delivered, I shall offer at public sale at the door of the court house in Fre mont, in said county, on the 21st day of October, A. D. (850, between the hours prescribed by law, the following lands and tenements to wit: ln-iot number twelve in Swing's addition to the town of Lower Sandusky, Sandusky county, Ohio. Taken as the property of Shnbal H. Russell, et al. to satisfy a decree in said court in favor of the said William P. Dixon. CHESTER FDGERTON, Special Master in Chancery. Frement, Sept. 21, 1850 28-5 In Chancery. Court common pleas, Saudusky county, Ohio. ( redenck S. bhaeler, vs. Thomas Pinkertou. T)Y virtue of decretal order issued out of the AJ court of common pleas of Saaduskv county. Ohio, to me directed and delivered I .shall offer at public sale at the door of the court house in Fre mont, in said eouuty, on the 21st day of Oetober, A. D. 1850, between the hours prescribed by law, the following lands and tenements to wit: ' In-lot nninber twenty-one, in Heberling's addi tion to the town of Lower Sandusky, on the east side of the Sandusky river, in Sandusky county, Ohio. Taken as the property of Thomas Pinkerton, to satisfy a decree in said court in favor of Frederick S. Shaefer. CHESTER EDGERTOX. Special Master in Chancery. Fremont. Sept. 21, 1850. 28-5- In Chancery. Court common pleas, SanduBky countv, Ohio. Ami W. Cutter, , vs. J. C. H. Montgomery, et. al. BY virtne of a decretal order issned out of the eourt of common pleas of Sandusky county, Ohio, to me directed and delivered, I shall offer at pubtie sale at the door of the court house in Fremont in said county on theSIst day of October, A. u., IB5U, between the hours prescribsd by law, the following lends and tsnements, te wit: 1 he west half of the south east quarter or section number twenty-three, township number five, range number fourteen, in Sandusky county, Ohio. " taken as the oronertv of J. V. H. Montgomery, to satisfy a decree in said court in favor of Ami W. Cntter C. EDGERTON, Spec. Master. Fremont, Sept. 2i , 1850. 23-5 To tbe Qualified Voters Of SAJ'l VSK I C O VJYT Y. BY virtue of an act of the Gnerl Assemblv of the state of Ohio, passed February 28th, 1846, entitled "As act regulating the mode of proceeding when County Commissioners may be authorized by Inw to subscribe to the capital stock of Railroad, Turnpike roads, or other incorporated companies in this state. - - And also, bv virtue of .an act to incorporate the Toledo, Norwnlk & Cleveland Rnilroad Company, xou are hereby notified to vote at the next an nual election to be held in the several townships in said county, en the 8th day of October next, for. or against a subscription by tbe Commissioners of said county lo the capital stock of the above named company. And for the purpose of effectually enforcring the provisions of said acts the County Commissioners of said conoty dd hereby direct:' That the voters afore said cause to be written or printed on the -tickets which they put into .the ballet-box of said election for state and county officers the words "For the Railroad subscription, or "Against the Railroad subscription.' And the Judges of elections in the several town ships aforesaid, are directed to count and return an abstract of the votes so given for or against the rail road subscription, to the office of the clerk of the court of common pleas of tbe sttid county, in the poll books of the other electors to be returned to that office. '' ' '. And the clerk of the court of common pleas is di rected to make an abstract of the votes so returned and file the same in his office, and certify the num. berof rotea for railroad subscription and tho num ber of votes against railroad subscription, to the commissioners ef sard county within five days after opening the poll books aforesaid. By order of the Commissioners. HOMER EVERETT, County Auditor. Fremont, Sept. 11, 1850. 27 Cleveland and Manmcc Railroad Comp. NOTICE is hereby give:,, that at a meeling of the Commissioners of the Cleveland and Mau mee Railroad company, held in Maumee City, on the 4th inst. , it was Resolved, That Books of Subscription to the eapital stock of said Company, be opened on Mou day, the 30th September, 1850, In Maumee City, at the office of Yon ng& Waite, nndcr. the direction of Samuel M. Y oung and Isaac nan. In Perrysburgh, at the office of Spink & Morray, under the direction of. John C. Spink, and Benja min F. Hollister. In Woodville, at the Ferguson House, under the direction of A. R. Furgnson and Chas, Powers. In i remont, at the othce of K. f. Auckland, un der the direction of R: P. Buckland and John R. Pease. In pursuance of the foregoing resolution, books of subscription to the stock of said company will be opened at the time and in the several places men tioned above under the direction of the several per sons therein named. John E. Hunt, Samuel M. Young, Rob't A. Forsyth, Daniel F. Cook, Wm. H. Hopkins, S. N. Beach, R. P. Buckland, Commissioners. September 7th, 1850 27 :td Petition to Sell Land. Court of common pleas, Sandusky County, Ohio. William irarDer, Administrator 01. Jehu Weaver, deceased. vs. Solomon Smith, Hiram Smith, Pleasant Smith, et al. SOLOMON SMITH, Hiram Smith, Pleasant Smith, William Garber, Elizabeth Garner, Da vid Conrodd and the wife of said David Conrodd, Lovinnh Garber, (minor,) Peter Onstott, guardian, Lydia Garber and Jacob Garber, and the unknown heirs and legal repreeeutatives of John Weaver, de ceased, are heraby informed that on the 9th day of September, A. U. Itfoll, said Admimstaator hied his Petition in the Court of Common Pleas of Sandus ky county, Ohio, the object and prayer of which pe tition is, to obtain an order at the next term of said court, for the sale of the following real estate tof which said John Weaver died seized,) er so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the debts of said decedent, to wit: The east half of the north-east quarter of section number twenty-two, in township number four. north of range number, foniteeo, in the county of bandusky, and slate ol unio. Also, the south west qoarter of section number fourteen, in town ship number four, north of-range nunfber fourteen, in the eonnty of bandusky and slate of Ohio, eon taiuing in all two hundred and forty acres qf land, more or lass. niLLiam uanjiLH, Adm'r of John WeaverIecease'dT Fremont, Sept. 14, 185037-6 To tbe Tax Payers of Sandusky Connty. ' , . . Trsa8uber's Officb, ) ' . . , . Fremont, August 28, 1850. J THE tax payers of said county, will take notice, that the following taxes have been levied there in for the year 1850, to wit: for state purposes 3.20 mills on the dollar; for county $4000; for county debt $3000; for school $1000; forcounty infimsrv $1500; and for interest $500; amounting to 4.30 mills on the dollar. . There has been levied for road purposes the fol lowing rates to wit: Y ork township 1.25 hundredths; Townsend 1.40 hundredths; Green Creek 1.33; Riley 2; Ballville 0.75 hundredths; Jsckson 250; hundredths; Washington 1.50 hundredths; Scott 2; iviadison aiU hundredths; Woodville 1.75 hun dredths; Rice 2.50 hundredths mills on the dollar. For township purposes in York 0.25 hundredths; Townsend 0.25 hundredths; Green Creek 0,75 huudredths; Riley 0 50 hundredths; Sandnskr 0.25 hundredths; Jackson 0.30 hundredths; Scott 0.25 hundredths. In Ballville Township there is an extra levy for school purposes of 0.70 hundredths, and iu Rice township for same purposes 2 mills on the dqllar. There has also been levied the following special taxes to wit: for Woodville and Rolle'rsville Free Turnpike 3 mills on the dollar valuation of all lands within the legal limitsof said road. For corporation purposes in the town of Fremont 1.50 hundredths mills. In Fremont school district for tuition pur poses 3.40 hundredths mills; for purchasing site and school noose purposes j.oo nunoredtns. In school district No. 2 Scott township, 1 mill; No 8 Townsend 1: Fractional District 8 Ballville. Whashington, &c. 1 mill; No. 6 Townsend 1.60 hundredths mills; No. 4 Green Creek 1 mill; Green Creek 1 mill; 9 Green Creek 1 mill; No. 8 Riley 1 mill; No. 6 Ballville 1 mill; No. 12 Ball ville 1 mill; No. 8 Madison I mill; No. 2 Wood ville 1 mill; No. 5 Woodville 1 mill:' No. 6 Riley 1 mill; No 8 York 5 mills; No. 9 Jackson 2 mills; No. 7 Woodville 1 mill: No. 1 Woodville 3.75 hun dredths: No. 1 York 1 mill: No. 2 Sanduskv 1 mill; No. 3 Scott 1 mill; No. 2 Ballville 1 mill: No 11 Ballville 2 mills; No 2 Rice I mill; No 3 Town send 1 mill; No. 7 Madison 1 mill: Tract 7 Madi son and Woodville 1 mill; Tract No 13 Ballville & Green Creek 1.25 hundredths; Tract No. - Madi son and Scott 1 mill. M akiug the rates of taxation (excepting the special taxes above mentioned) in the several townships as follows to wit: CO S p to S. H o York Townsend--. Grecu Creek . Riley Ballville..... Sandusky,... 3.90i 4.30 4.30 4.30 12g 1.501 0.25 0.25 0.75 9 00 9.25 9.58 10.00 8 95 3.20 3.20 1.33 3.201 4.30 200 0.50 0.50 0.95 3.20( 4 30 4.30, 0.751 2.20 0.70 3.20 3.201 9 95 Jackson 4.30 K50 1.50 2.00 0.30 0.30 10.30 Washington. . Scott Madison Woodville.... Rice 3.20 3.20 4.30i 4.30 9.00 9.75 0.25 3.20 3.20 3.201 4 30 4 30j 4.30 2.50 1.75 0.25 0.25 10.00 9.25 2,50 0.25?.00j 12.00 The suhscriber will attend at his office in Fremont until the 20lh of December next for the purpose of receiving taees, alter which day the duplicates will pass into the hands of deputy collectors, when pen alty and mileage will be charged on all taxes that remain unpaid- 1 ax pavers will aiso take notice that no bank notes except those of this state chartered under the new banking law will be received for taxes. O. McINTYRE, 27 Rreasurer of Sandusky County. CORPORATION ORDINANCE. T)E it ordained by the Council of the Town of J Fremont, that so. much of the Ordinance of said town requiring the building of Side Walks, pas sed April 6th, 1850, as requires Side Walks to be built on Market street east of Front, be and the same is hereby repealed. d. J. HARiLLi i, mayor. C R. McCulloch, Recorder. ; Rail Road Store. JOHN P. II AYNKS &, SON'S " Circular for the Fall of 1850. Great lttr action!!' . HAY2JE3' SECOND STOCK OF GOODS, Versas RAIL ROADS. - THE excitement and talk beingraboat equally "di vided between the above parties, we have con cluded lo 'compromise" by making oar establish- men t the - SAIL ROAD STORE; ' Of Sandusky County and Vicinity. The unanlicipsted success which the Proprietors of the above Store have met with since opening: naving a is pose a ot almost an Entire stock of goods for Cash, in a few weeks! has enabled us to purchase a Larger, Better, and Cheaper Stock of Goods . than ever making our Second purchase, and , ..Sail and Winter Stock, A GREATER ATTRACTION ! ! than has ever before been offered in this vicinity. And our success is the strongest argument that we are selling Better, and Cheaper Goods, than any other establishment in the place. Our store is LARGE and CONVENIENT, be ing the North Store in Buckland's Brick Block, is well lighted m oor Goods do not require twi light to eell them. - Mr. John P. Havner, spent the month of Au gust in the Eastern cities, and selected our goods, . Before slocks had been Culled, and having been engaged in the Mercantile busi ness in Sandusky county, for the past 12 years, knew exactly what to buy "for this market. Oar Stock Comprises Dry Goods, , Groceries, Hardware, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, ' Muffs Tippets fec. Crockery, Yankee Notions, Leather, - - Wall paper, Ready Made Clothing, &c, Iron, Nails, Glass, Salt, &c, &c," and 10,000 other articles, too numerous to men tion 3T Farmers look to your interests Jg$ Monev, when produce is so low should only be laid out where you can buy your Clothing and Groceries, To the best advantage. Come with vour wives and daughters, and EXAMINE OUR STOCK OF GOODS, , and the prices they are selling at, and you will be satisfied that the Hail It or nl Store, is the place to buy -'Goods as ia Goods," P. S. We would return onr thanks lo the peo pie of Sandusky county, and vicinitr for the patron age bebtowed upon us, and would hope by an nnre mitting attention to oor business keepiug a good stock and selling good Goods cheaper than ever to receive a continuance ol the same. CASH and the highest market price paid for WHEAT, CORN, OATS, SEEDSj cic. etc. SDon't mistake the Place. Hfftlh Stones, Buckland 's BrickBtock j. P. HAYNES & SON. Fremont,' Sept. 1850. 12 s ILKS, satins, alpaccas, lawns, ginghams, &c, all qualities and prices at ri atnes. YOUNG Hyson Tea of superior quality at Hatmes. rpOWNSEND'S Sarsaparilla A large lot for JL sale ur only at - ' ' JJucklahd's s PERM add Lamp Oil A first rate article for sale at s. Jjccklakd &. Co's. RATER BOOKS and Chnrch Service A Splendid assortment, from 31c to $3, at BUCKLAND & CO'S. BALLVILLE Woolen Factory! mananiKy l ounir, Ohio. Weaving and Cloth-Dressing done in all styles and colors, superior to any thing in the Slate. . - THE subscriber finding that Wool had risen in price beyond the manufactured Goods intsnds to stop the msnufacture of woolen goods and turn ail the hands and machinery at custom work, such as weaving Cassimers, Cloths, Satinetts, Linscys, Flannels, and Coloring and Dressing customers' cloths, in all their various styles, , superior to any thing heretofore attempted. - Ho has erected a drving honse 100 feet in length. capable of drying 200 yards of cloth per day, besides the out door bars. He uses falling atocka 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 New England Factories such as Napping, Teaseling Shearing and Brushing Machines, which were bought inVVooster, Massa chusetts, and are in the best of order. The work men employed in his Manufactory, have served a regular apprenticeship in Massachusetts, ana warn ed in the above busiuess from 5 to 20 years. And, with his early and long experience in the manufac turing business, and by strict personal attention to the same, hope to receive a liberal share of the public patronage. He has the FRENCH METHOD of Col , oring 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 (s 6d; Cas simers Is 6d;" Flannels Is; Satinetts 14c; JLinaeys Is; to full 5c - - '- Prices for weaving on Power Loom Cloths five quarters wide 8c; Cassimers five quartan wide 10c: Flannels four quarters wide 7c. Prices per yard for weaving and finding Chain Satinetts (5c; Linaeya Is. . All the cloths woven will be returned as they leave the loom, or finished at the abova prices as customers may direct. ne nas made Arrangements with the following persons at the places mentioned, to receive yarns and cloth, and deliver the snme when returned. All yarns and cloth left with these persons will be taken and returned every two weeks throughout the season: , . O. L. Nims, Head Quarters, Fremont Baker's Store Castalia. Chapman & Harkness, Bellevue. Shoemaker & Osden, Republic. . . . , 1 ' Silas D. Boalt, Mexico. M. Brackley, McCutchensville. ' J. Swagart fe Co, Oregon. Parker fe Shatvan, Carey. Adam Battelfeld, Springville. C. W. Foster & Son, Rome. E. W. Thomas, Risdon. ' Wm. Heller, Van Buren, . , more. Arnold & Grey, Crowell & Burns, Mell- Henry Haskina, Portageville. W. Bradner, Millgrove. . , , George Bautchtell, Freeport, J. Eaton & Co, Rollersville. - C. Powers, Wooodville. . B. Caushan, Port Clinton. P C. DE AN. " Ballville," Sandusky Co. O. August 3, 1850 21 Petition for Divorce. . Sarah Clyde ) vs. Sandusky count, Common Fleas. James Gvde. j TAMES GTDE will take notice that Sarah Gyde, eJ has filed in the office of the clerk of tbe court of common pleas of Sandusky county, Ohio, her peti tion praying for a divorce from her husband, ths said James Gyde; assigning for cause, extreme cruelty, and gross neglect of duty on the part of said James Gyde, which petition will be for hearing at the next term of said court. J. L. GREENE, Atfy for petioner. Ang. 1", 185083-5 - Priratc Sale. - THE subscriber offers the follow ing tract of Land at private sale at a BAR GAIN, described as follows, to wit: ' The south-east qoarter of the north east quarter of section No. thirty-six, in township No. five, north of range No. fourteen, in Sandusky countv, containing fortv acres'. 1 bis land is about three and a hair miles west ot Fremont, in Washington township, and is excel lently situated and calculated-for farming porposes. rersons wishing to purchase will enquire ot the Editor of the Freeman, or address the subscriber at Hagerstown, Washington countv, Maryland, post paid. GEORGE DE1HL. remont, July 13, 18JU lo First Grand Arrival OF THE SEASON! Head Quarters, HAVE this dav received bv Express lots of . - , PRINTS snd GINGHANS for the early Fall Trade, and will be receiving New Goods from day to day until they get the Old Establishment, 'Loaded up from top to bottom! When that time arrives, they intend to bring out SOME HEAVT ARTILLERY, and give the Old snd New Combination Fiits. Fremont, August 21, 1850. First Arrival from N. York! Just Received by Express, .' . Only FOUR DATS from the City! MODS DE LAINS and ParamettaSi Black dress Silk, Black silk and Fancy net Lace; Wrought muslirr Collars, Velvet Trimmings and Buttons, Fall and Winter Shawls, Bonnet Ribbons, &c. &c, N. B. We shall have the pleasure of shotting to The people of Fremont and vieikity, The Largest, best-selected and Cheapest stock of Goods ever opened here. The Ladies are invited to call and look at the above Goods. J. P. HAYNES &. SON, August 30. SOCIAL HALL. THE subscriber is prepared to furnish Social. Hall, in Buckland's Brick Block, for Cotillon Parties, Sorics, Lectures, &c, on reasonable terms: and also rcfrcsblltciits, in the besLstyle oh the shortest noticet J; F R. SEBRING. Fremont, August 3, 1850. GOLD PENS. B AGLEY'S Gold Pens and Pencils for sale cheap, at S. BUcXi.and & Co's; -HEAP PUBLICATIONS. A choice lot of V Harper & Brother's, just received at Buckland's. ZEPHYR WORSTED patterns, Canvas, Board and Needles, rt Haynes. COLLARS, Gloves, Hosej Neck and . Pocket Handkerchiefs, at Hatses'. w ARRANTY, Mortgage; aud Quit Claim Deeds for sale at the FREEMAN OFFICE WOOD WANTED! A NY quantity of good Hickory and Ash Wood will be taken on subscription at the Frrkhah Ottice. w H1TE LEAD. Pure. Extra. No. 1. Dry and ground in Oil, for sale cheap, at Buckland's. N AILS. Fremont Iron Co.'s Nails; manufac tured at iroy. N. Y., at Havfks'. BIBLES. A large lot of Family Bibles from $ I 50 to $6. Also, Poekst, Clasp, Tuck, and Polyglott Bibles and Testaments at BuckIand's. t l;'a CASH paid for Laud Warrants, at Us ad Quarters. New Drug: Store. S. BUCKLAND & CO.: DEALERS IN - Drugs, Paints, Oils, Dye-stuffs, Glass-ware, Phosgene Gas and Lamps, &c, Ac. THE subscribers havs just opened a large stock of the above articles, which with their former stock completes the largest and best assortment ever brought to Fremont or vicinity ALL OF WHICH ARE WARRANTED. Physicians are respectfnlly requested to call and examine onr articles of Drags and Chemicals, as we are determined thnt Frxmokt shall be the Town to but Goods CHEAP. .- All onr merchants say they are selling Goods CHEAPER than they can be bought in Sandusky, Tiffin, or any where else in these 'Diggins' and are Determined not lo be outdone " -by them in the way of LOW prices. : ' O" Coustrt Dealers, will find it to their ad vantage to buy of us any articles in our line, as we are sure we can save them the transportation, at least. PAINTERS and MECHANICS, . using Paints of any kind who wish Good Articles can be snpplied at the smallest possible advance from cost. White Lead nnre F.xfra. No. I. rfrr and gronnd ia oil. Chrome Yellow, Chrome Green, r aris ureen, nert L,ead, Lampblack, Litharge, Varnish, Linseed Oil,, warranted to dry-rTnrpen-tine, &c, &. Brushes of all sizes and kinds, at - 20 per cent, cheaper than ever. ' GIVE US A CALL. . .Vo.3, Buckland's Brick Block, JC5T" Sign of the Big Mortar. JFf Fremont, Saudusky co. July 6, 135017 . . . j NEW GROCERY AND SALOON: , JUST OPEXBD nr -. Bnckland'a IVew Brick Building! I J. F U. 8EBBIK6,' Ji RESPECTFULLY informs his Old Bp Customers and the Public generally. (TKM that he has aeain arone into the Gro- tF?r !:!;: ;! eery. Business, aud has nosr opened hMiu'l 'ggigig' - ONE OF THE MOST EXTENSIVE Stocks of Groceries! evef brought to this market, with especial reference to snpply tbe wants of tbe citizens of Sanduskyand ' This stock consists in part of - Sugars, Coffee, Teas, Spiees, - ': Pepper, Raisins, Tobacco, Segars, &c, &c together with a complete and targe asssortment of - CANDI E 3, the heat ever opened in Fremont, the assertion of bogus" dealers in this article to the contrary not withstanding. NUTS, FKU1TS AND PRESERVES, or the rarest kinds, will be be found at my store. Lemonade, Mead, Cronk and Beer, fan be had ol a moment's notice. . Fresh Baked Bread, Cake, Pies,-. and Biscuit always kept on hand.. Families wish ing to be snpplied with Bread can at all times be accommodated with a superior article and on the roost liberal terms. ' But I have neither lime nor the. printer room in his paper, to enumerate the sixth part of the article kept by me, andean only ask that a discriminating public will give me a call end and judge for them selves, feeling satisfied that I can render. entire sat isfaction to all both as to prices and quality. , r remoni, June io, ou. . ... Land for Sale.. THE following lands belonging to the De Forest heirs will be sold VERY CHEAP , as the owners are anxious to dispose o'f them. Thev are situated near Sandusky Bay on Big Pickerel Creek, Description. Acres. west h'f south-west quar - 80 north-east quar. 160 north-west quar 460 south-east fraction 90 south-west quar -130 Also 10,000 acres of Land, In Ottawa county, embracing every variety of soilr timber and prairie, settlers can be accommodated with such tracts as 'they may wish, and the prices will be not more than half such lands would sell for in Illinois or Wisconsin GEO. B. SMITH. Sandusky City, June 39, 185016:30) NEW STOCK! NEW PBICESU JT. If. STM2VJEJSOYr , WOULD inform the public that he has resumed his business at his old stand, on Croghan St., and having had the oportonity of seeing and getting All the Latest Fashions from East and West, and having Drought on an assortment of the ' FINK8T WOODS, VEXEERINGS, 4C, " - he is prepared to furnish his old customers, and as many new ones as can crowd into his ware rooms, with the most splendid lot ef illahogony, Rosewood and Blackwalnnt PCBKITIIBE, Qf every kind from the Cradle to the Coffin. 'As to priceshe is determined NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD. He is bold to say that he can offer vou BETTER BARGAINS and BETTER WORK than you can get west of Buffalo; he has on band, and is making All kinds of BEDSTEADS, - Jveur and improved Plans; such as Lewis' Patent, Fowler Patent, dbc. , Ac. Do not fail to give him a call. 1 - ur tie nas got np a good tleaise, and will attend funerals in town or country. Fremont, August 10, 1850. Steam MUI for Sale. - rjlHE subscriber now offers his new steam JL saw mill for sale, situate oo the- Aidge Road, about ten miles easterly from Fremont, and only 100 rods from the Maumee and Western Re serve Turnpike Road, and within about 25 rods of the surveyed liue of the Weltingtou aud Toledo Railroad. '- The mill is a anperior one, in all respects, being in a healthy location, having the very best of water, that which will not corrode a boiler, The building is of Ihe most suhstautial kind, 35 by 61 feet, fitted to saw togs 30 feet long. Having two circular saws and a machine for sawing felloes attached, and sufficient power in Ihe engine to drive the whole, and the boiler large enough to make the steam, aud liiore too. ' ABUNDANCE OF TIMBER, all around, and men that have got the snap to them to hatfl K; there being no less than seventy teams astir in one dav last winter, alUched to some forty sleds and boats; and every ten duys of good sled ding is equivalent to about one thousand logs. Any person wishing lo get large contracts tor tne Ralrpad, or wishing to cuter into thelumbfr 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 pay for one while they would be building. The buitdiug being so framed, as to be easily taken down aud set up would require but little time to remove it. The subscriber has also 105 acres qf good land about lortv acres cleared, a gooo frame Burn, a young Orchard of over one huudred grafted Apple trees, most of which are bearing, with Peaches, Pears, Plums, Cherries, Quiiic, Grapes, &c. cVc which have also commenced bearing. The min and fttrm will be sold separate or together, to suit purchasers; and liberal terms of payment given. For further particulars enquire of T. I. NORTON, Fremont, or the subscriber on the premises, s W. L. CURTIS. York, August 3, 1850. ILT" A quantity 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. R'ge. Tp. Sec. 17 5 6 17 5 6 17 5 6 16 6 36 16 6 36 GIDEON HATCHj Tailorj TIT'OULD inform his friends and the public, that VY he lias taken rooms al Ballville, where he intends carrying on the above business, iu ail its branches, aud hopes by pdnctuat attentiou aud long experience lu his trade to merit and receive a share of petronage. - - ' ' N . B. .Cutting of garments of every description, attended to iu the most fashionable style,, and war ranted to fit. ' Also, he is Agent forTOavls' Pairi Killer a fresh supply just received and for sale bv GIDEON HATCH, tfallville, July 13, 185918 BOOKS! BOGUS! rri i v . . , ... - iue suuscrioers nave just reccivea ' Decidedly tlu Largest and Best selection of EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET ' Miscellaneous, Clasieal, Medical and School T I i ' . . . - .. . "u"-"i ui, mwwinr are a lew: The writings of Gen Washington, by Jared Sparks, YUlUfllCB. Prescott's Conquest of Pern, 2 volumes; , , do ' do . Mexico, 3 vols, do Ferdinand and Isabella, 3 vols; do'- Miscellanies, 1 vol: Allison's History of Europe, 4 vols; Hildreth's United States. 3 vols; '. - , -Msccanley's History of England, 2 vols; Hallatn's Works, 4 vols; Gibbon's Rome, 4 vols. ' Stephens' Yucatan; Greece,- Egypt -2 vols each Complete Works of Lorenzo Dow: Addison's Works; Burke's do. Josephus' Works I and 2 vols; Byron's do . ShsKspeara's Works, 1 and 2 vols: Rollin's History do - Chamber's Information for the People, 2 vets; American Revolutions vols; . Marshal's Washington, 2 volnmes; Neal'a Puritans, 2 vols; Lifs of Brant, 2 vols; mrsr.agewortn vv orKS in vots; . Spark's American Biography, 10 Vols: " " " Memoirs snd Administrations of the Presidonts; Coooer's Naval Historv: Brand's Encvdonedie: Historv of the Girondists: Life of Franklin; Mrs. Bremier's Novels, complete in one vol; Harper's Family Library, 34 volumes:- - . . do School District Library, 150. volumes; . "do Clasical Library, 20 volnmes Swan's Treatise; Swan's Miscellany; tveosier s iicuonarj, miauriuxru do ; do ' ' University edition; . -' do do ' School edition: United States Dispensatory, late edilon; " ' coenee s r-rsxiice; - fc.Derire's t herapeutics; Smith's Hand Surgery; - Watson's Practice: Hooper's Dictionsry; . . : SCHOOL BOOKS OF ALL KINDS. M'Guflev's Eclectic series of Readers; - " .. j -1 ......... , wuu, u &ata , ibhv) m ,.u , vs- kin's Arithmetic: Clark's, Smith's, Well's, Burritt'i and Kirkam's Grammar; ' - ' - '- Smith's, Oloney's Morse's and Parley's Geogra- . phy, &c, 4-c , . ST A TIONAR Y. ... Any quantity of Fools Cap; -and Letter Paper ' 1 i , i -t.t. r.. , i r- , j oiBin -ano ruieo. uitt f.oirea boo x.moavea:. Letter Envellopes, of all kiads and styles. . CALL 1SD SEE! At ' Buckland's Brick Block. - S. BICKXAD A CO. Fremont, July, 1650 .. - - - 17 - Great Excitement, r TremendaoGS Outbreak in Cuba! " 10,000 Prisoners taken. TOPPING & WEGSTEIN, Have iust received a' larze assortment of WHICH will be offered at great bargains for . . CASH OR READY PAY. , . T-1 ; , - 1 . " a 1'iieir siuca comprises every, variety 01 uwwiHii shoes suited to the market, . - - . - , The Gentlemen ' will fin ttitl.1. t.l. .nJ -1 f ..J 1 J . and pegged, Ul" at extremely low piices. . y . - we novo nip, can ana ritsnvy uwi, iuu iiues, --. cheap as the market affords,. and of superior qual--ity. And" . ......... For 'the fiiu! '-- 1 enameled and kid excelsiors, enameled polka boats, ( f .nil mArwMb linot a .nit tor, lnrn ajn.tnij,fr. if I , I . 1 of kid and morocco, slippers of different colors and patterns. . : ' For Yotin? Misses -morocco and calf boots and shoes, morroceo -end fee&i uuMfciuB, luwDccu, BHtinnKoi viippervrgaiier boots, feBcy colored half gaiters: and a large vari- . ety of kid and morocco boots and shoes for children.. Boot and Sboe Makers, will take notice, that we have a large assortment of onoe r inumgs, lor ine traoe, sncn as 0001 t rees and Lasts, Pegs, French calf, Morocco and Boot morocco skins, oiuk red end whhe liniuv skins, and ,a general assortment of findings together with every variety of' tools Used iu the manufacture of boots . We keep constantly on hand a large assortment of HATS AND CAPS for men and bovs. Boots and Shoes from measure. . . pur town and country customers can hove bootai and shoes made to order at our shon. We have secured'tlfe services 'of several experienced work men, especially lor this branch 01 oor business, and anv work entrusted to ns will be warranted to FIT,, and of GOOD STOCK. . JST South St'ore iti Tyler's block at the sign of Vie big BOO T. jt : .. r remont June 22, 15 ' THE DREADFUL SCOUESE n.is eojtiv .it x.ars rri. ; We hereby let Sanduskv knovr,- That HAWKINS JIM, CALDWELL & CO., Have opened Sbop to work for all, . .- : ; - Who'll please to favor with a call,: ; . . We've Bedsteads,. Lounges, Tables too, - - All kinds of Carpenter work we do . We'll mend a Chair, a Table, Stand, . ? ... , Or Make them all for Cash iKjHasd-: , , . , Repair a Door and case the same, - . . Hang with hinge or make the frame, f. Put on the lock with boltor bars, - Anil tf noAtla ho a'U manrl van Svf ii i rc Indeed, there is nought of wood that's made,. . But we'H attempt and pleass if PAID - And as money makes the mare to go ,-. rtTii'rA hninit ia Wnilr lnlrfi LOW! For instance Buchaar others sell -. ; ... Of Bedsteads, we will make as welt And one-third LESS our price halLbe. ... If this voir doubt, just come and. see, :, . . . But, where's your Shop ? 'tis close at handj We've taken the Democratic stands.- , .'. '. Opposite Brainnrd's, on Croghan strcet- Wis'll lotl nKlin puctrtm nrMt. - '. .-- Fremont, July 13, 1850, " - ' ''. ; l8""- Tlie Bed-Bng Guillotine-' : Much pleassd to find we've not been slighted, By those whose custom we've invited, ..a And grateful thanks we make to all . , Who've bought and PAID or made if Calk; - -Encouraged thus, again we'll shove : j- "". The aforesaid shop of JIM & CO. ... , (Now don't mistake and elsewhere gor ". ' . To Stevenson's or Singlesbapgli . . - . , One up the hill, the other betow, " -- And thus attempt fo jump Jim Crow' ' - For if you do we'H let you fenow, We'll not admit vou to the show ) ' We've bought tlie patent the county's mine,. ;. We mean the bed-bug G:dllotine. - ." ' . . Then come ye.all who love sweet napping, - .Without snch ivcitrhmg. jerhng, taitUhingt As found with bed-steads poorly made, - ' Bv such as learn but half the trade, " Vhose pins, and hole, and pmut attest All will compose the Clincher's rest. From whence they raily at dead of nigliii And pierce yonr vein with-venom bite. -If clean you wish to keep your rugn--. Your shelves and blankets From the Bugi, " . Cottle buy of us and you shall find There's nothing like the Guillotine. "- . Butwhat's the mode? come, tell yourflaUf . j We'll buy your bedsteads to a maul ... , We've bought the patent, a said to you- Called ihe PeranibnlatKig Acrttr: So el.we they press tiie bugs together . : You'd sell them wvll fir harness lealliert. And if you get. Van Daren's price . v , You'll pay for bedsteads 111 a trice;." . . . .. .3 " For three and turenty cents together x 1 He fiiy will boy a potldd of leather, ; Bot onr liquid fsdge is hest of alt; A bottle we give to each that Cdlll - T Its easily given, easy to take , ' , s , Sore lo kill and uo mistake. , ,:x . By presing gently on.the pale . ,. .-, ..! The mouth flies open like a gate:. - . There, drop one drop enough m saul And I'll ensure the creatue's dead. - 3 . Good. law! ha meesa, what a dunce - ' 1 'd hotter kill the brute al once, .-,r So easy done just by a squeeze, - . ..... t Just do good ladyasyou please; , . - AMP and Tanner's Oil as