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X Ex-Gov. Vance. '" It is stated that Ex- Governor Vance, of Ohio has been appointed Treasurer of the U. & Treasury department Got. Vance possesses the qualifications of honesty and capability, and we rejoice to see that his sterling worth is appreciated at Wash ington. Ohio is honored by the selection. . ' .' -o "JE3T Winchcll como it on us. He sent us word from Sanduty that he would be here on Monday or Tuesday last We suppose the reason of his not coining can be accounted for on this wise : Instead of going aboard the Is lander bound for the place, he accidentally got on a Toledo boat, and it was too late to turn back when he discovered his mistake. This is the latest case of absence of mind we have beard of. I jt5T Samuel Crowell.Esq,' who a few weeks I since announced himself as an independent candidate for the office of County Treasury, I . Las this week withdrawn his naoWfrom the i tontesL His withdrawal will be found in this paper. ' ; . f Rally, now, Whigs! to the support of your candidate, JACOB F. HDLTS. And we in Jrdulge strong hope that he will be elected. I - The Slave Trade BUI. I We are glad to see that the bill to abolish t the slave trade in the District of Columbia has passed both House6 of Congress and is now the .law of the land. The trafic in slaves within sight of the Capitol of the nation has been an evil that called loudly for redress; and we, in common with the people of the north, rejoice that it has been done. . The se ries of measures adopted this session on the subject of slavery contain some things that we cannot approve! But this step will be bailed with joy by all parties in the free states.. . . O. S. Journal. Democrats, remember, that the whigs be lieve in taxing the people and exempting banks .- irom llieir just share ot the burthens ol gov ernment Sandusky co. Democrat ' Does hot the -editor of the Democrat know that, last winter, a -measure was introduced, authorizing the Banks, the charters of which provide for paying "tf per cent on the profit in lieu of taxation, to come in and put, their stock on the tax duplicate, and have it taxed the same as other, property ? and does he know that, this measure was introduced and advocated ty the WHIGS and that it was OP POSED and LOST by the votes f the Lo cofocos? ' - ' i tST GEO. M. YOOX G, Esq., P. W. P. of I the state Ohio, will visit Fremont on Wednes- 5 day, the 4th day of October next It is hop- V every Son of Temperance in the county, will I T)e present at the Division Room in this place to hear his address. . I . Tlie rumors of. another expedition against J Cuba are beginning to assume form and shape. It k said that an immense amount of money is aabscribed, that mora than seven thousand tnen'are engaged, and that two thirds of the inhabitants of Cuba are opposed to. the Span ish yoke. . . " - ;. - T. Betts has just received his large and splendid Stock of Xcw Goods!, Particulars sezt week..",'.-1-. J To Clergymen. At a meeting of the Ohio state teachers as sociation, held at Springfield, on the 3d and 4tli of July last, it was unanimously . ' -' 2 , Resolved, That alt clergymen in this state. a sermon oa the eabjept-of -eommoc schools, in or about the second week of October next . jC3 They are making a great display of I new Goods at Head Quarters. j ";.'. ' ., i . o ' - -" j ' - JCCongress will adjourn on Monday next after a prolonged session of ten months. 'rt-L'. The Cnion la Safe. - Under this caption the National Intelligen cer of the 7th rast, announces the passage of the 'Texas'Tjoundary fcilL in the following terms, ihe hearts of the Editors being to full je sense of joy on this event for any comment' f. our readers win, me una an, we are sure, learn with the same heartfelt gratification that we announce it, the fact of the passage by Uie House of liepresenUtiuu, yesterday, of the cjenate Bills to settle the Ttxas Boundary and to establish a Territorial Government fur JNew Mexico the two having been consolidated in ono fciU by the house, , . , -" Tbeyassage ot these important measures wili pairs')' all feasounblc men of every section, and give peace iiud quiet to the country. .The bills were passed by a small majority it is true ; but the scant majority was no test of the true sense of the House,' For it wasremarked by a sagacious ineiuber.'after the vote was an nounced, that lie had bo doubt the result .crave joy to at least four-fifths oi the members of the House. ii OUI ur huarts are too full of a sense of joy on this event for any comment upon it to-day. When Decatur was bearing down on the Macedonian, and ready to open his batteries on her, an officer came up and said, "Sir, the men wish the cheer." - "Let them take the ship and then, cheer," said he. Now, then, friends all! . Thb&e tikes thres cukers fob ths Union of the States, and those who have, in the Council of the Nation, gallantly stood by it! Our friend Gales is in testacies. The last we beard of him he was suffering from neu ralgiahe seems now in a fair way to ou. grow the disease. -. . -" ' Good Gbacious ! An ecstatic Jover down east thus appeals to his tender hearted Dulci nea for a parting smack : Terribly tragical, and sublimely retributive will be the course by me if you do do not instantaneously place thine alabawer lips K m'ne, and enrapture my im mortal soul by imprinung angciic kuhimb of divine bliss upon those indispensible mem bers of the human physiognomy, and then tinrll condescend to allow me to take my de- iparture from the everlasting sublimity of thy thrice glorious presence ! 4 Nancy fainted. V. Bemenkcr, Tnesayt Octooer sin. Arrival of the Pacific. : New York, Sept 21. The steamship Pacifio was telegraphed off Sandy Hook about half past three P. M. She came up the bay and harbor, in magnificent style, and arrived at the wharf at half past six. She left Liverpool on Monday, 1 1 th inst, at half past two P. M., and therefore niade the passage across the broad Atlantic in 10 days and 4 hours 11 hours quicker than any other American steamer, and 18 hours quicker than any British steamer ever made the run from Liverpool to New York. The steamer Niagara, from N. Y., arrived at Liverpool Monday night Spain The accounts from Madrid, confirm the extraordinary success obtained by the gov ernment in their elections. None of the chief of the progress party and not more than twelve of the opposition ' depu ties were elected. Austria akd Italt Two of the Roman journals give currency to a report that Lord Palmers ton has addressed to the Court of the Vatican, an energetic note, in which he cau tions it against adopting violent measures to ward Sardinia, and perserving in toe system hitherto pursued by the Pope in regard to the government A customs league it is stated has been con- concluded between Austria and the Duchies of Medina and Parma. Tuscany does not at present form part of ihe league,but negociations on the subject are presenting. The minister uf France, at Rome has published a notifies tion of the issue of Treasury bonds to the amount of 5,000,000 of scudi for the purpose of withdrawing from circulation the greater part of paper currency. Accounts from Scheswig announce that martial law has been proclaimed in Hussum against all persons concealing arms or holding communication with toe Danish camp. A grand naval review took place at Cher bourg on Saturday, in the presence of the President of the French republic Owing to the to the continued heavy rains. the war in Schleswig bas been on a standstill. Flat meadows are under water, and in some places, to such a depth that only the roofs of houses could be seen above it The Germans generally are experiencing great discontent at the delay. France. The President was at Cherbourg, and had examined the French squadron there. He entertained a great number of Ingush naval officers to a dinner, on board a man-of-war. - - The health of the Queen of Belgium causes some disquietude amongst the Oileans family. she is now severely suttenng with the aoec- tion of the chest. The cholera had disappeared from the pro vince of Constantine. The Consul Geni of the Sieneet Meine has adopted a resolution expressing a wish that the remains of Louis Pbillippe should be brought to France. Belgium. Haynau had aruved at Aix la dispell, Buffering from the severe flogging hp received from the London draymen. He was treated while passing through Belgium with silent contempt - He sneaked out of London and England ae quick as possible. The electric telegraph between England and France, has been repaired, and is now operating, Twenty miles "mere is expected will soon be laid down and the line extended to Paris on the French side, and to London on the English side. ' News from California. Arrival of the Philadelphia One million more Gold Squatter Riot at Sacramento Failure or $1,100,000. - New York, Sept 20. Steamship Philadelphia left Chagress the 0th inst, and arrived at New York this after noon. . She brings California dates to the 15th August She brings $800,000 gold dust in freight and $300,000 in the hands of passen gers. The Georgia is to bring the mail. From the San Franciseo Herald it appears that on the day previous to the sailing of the steamer, a great squatter riot had taken place in Sacramento city, by an attempt to liberate some squatter prisoners.' The mayor was shot through the arm and captain Woodland, city assessor, mortally wounded. The fighting whs continued Four or five reported killed ; large forces were being raised to repel the riot. Martial law is proclaimed, and every citizen commanded to enroll his name at the city ho tel The captain of the squatters Malony, is dead. They threaten to burn the city. The outbreak commenced on Monday the 12th, when an armed bodv of the squatters were marching to the prison to release two of the party who were conhned on board. 1 hvy were confronted by mayor Bigelou- and mcm- I after commenced, and the city was aroused to arms. Mayor Blgelow was shot and died in 15 minutes. J. W. Woodland, city assessor, was shot dead, and several other 'citizens were kill ed and wounded. Dr. Robinson and a Mr. Malony, two leaders of the squatters were shot dead, as were several of the party. . 6 .The sqaattera soon swelled from 60 to be tween 700 or 800 armi-d men. ' ' The keepers of the gambling houses and sporting men generally, were" with the citizens and real estate owners. A tremendous force soon assembled. Lt. gov. MrDougal returned to the city as soon as he heard of the affray. The Steamer M'Kim was dispatched to Ve necia, and the Seiwrtor to Si;rr Francisco for arms and men to use" them'. The above Us the substance of the news as published in the San Francisco papers, but as the stam'r was getting under way, a depat-h was received on board from the Pacific News Office, stating that an express had arrived with the intelligence that Sacramento city bad been reduced to ashes, and that the squatters were receiving reinforcements from the mines. News from the mines is very encouraging. Barton Lee bas stopped payment in Sacra mento city for tl.100,000, DIED, In Fremont, Monday the 23d inst., Alexander Hamu.Tub. youngest non of John and Jane Shreuk, aged five month aud four days- FREMONT PRICE CURRENT. CORRECTED WEEKLY. Wheat pr bushel Flonr per burrM'. ........... . Com prr hushrt .... Oat per bushel. Rutter per pAnnrt. Fees per dozen Crieese per pound.. ... .... . Lard per pound. ..... ...... Silt per barrell. .......... . Hiden per ponnd.'.. ...... .. Flaxseed per bushel Timothy seed per bu. Clover seed per bo... ...... Pork per bnrrell... , Hams smoked per pound . . . Beaus per bushel Potatoes per bushel Onions per bushel..... Apples rreeu.... Apples dried.... ... Beeswax per pound.... ..... Tallow per pound. . Staves Pipes per M, .... Hhdper M, " Bid per M. ......... Bl&cknalnut Lumber per M. - 70 ...4 on 37 20 8 6 10 5 ...1 12 ..4 a 8 8 ...1 25 ...3 00 ..11 00 06 ...1 00 t...37 !.""25 , ..1 50 20 ' ,."...7 ftl4a30 ..10,12 .'.9al3 8il2 aicAlistcr's All-Healing Ointment. Jt ia not ofteo that we allow ouraelvei to speak in praise of any of the patent medicines of the dar, but owing to the many testimonial of praise that we hear daily concerning McAlister's All-Healing Ointment, we must needs say that for ourselves we have never used or seen a medicine as in name so applicable s this medicine. It is indeed truly as tonishing to see what virtue is imparted in so simple yvt powerful a remedy. For burns, bruises, scalds all diseases of the skin, and inflammations we be lieve it has no eqaal. Call and get a pamphlet in the hands of agents. COKPOBATIOX ORDLAiC. T it ordained by the Council of the Town of jl-J r remont. that all orders hereafter drawn on the treasury, for expenses in building sidwulhs. rail ingB, curbings and gutters, ur either of them, in front of any lot or part of a lot, shall stnte the num ber or description of the lot or part of lot in front of which such improvement is made. ssec 4. Ail orders drawn on the treasury, in ac cordance with the provisions of the first section of this ordinance, shall be payable out ofauv utiappro priated money in the treasury, and shall ato be a lieu on the tax levied, on such lot or part of a lot. tor the same and on the premises due for said unprov ment, (and if not previously paid,) shall be paid out of the taxes so levied, when the same is collected. or out of the money, if the same shall be collected out of the owner or owners. See. 3. When any order on the treasury shall be presented to the treasurer for payment, and there is not sufficient money in the treasury to pay the same, it is herby made the duty of the treasurer, to endorse on the baek of such order, the dale of pre sentment and the words 'not paid for want of funds;' and every order so endorsed, shall draw interest at the rate of six per cent, per an tin m, from the date of such endorsment until pa ri. B. J. BARTLETT, Mayor. C R. McCulloch, Recorder. Sept. 90, 1850. Administrator? Notice. "JVTOTIGE is hereby giweu, that the following ex- J ecutors and adoiiintrators have bled in the of fice of the Clerk of the court of common pleas, of Sandusky county, their accounts current for final settlement: samael trowell and Jacob tluttord, Ex'rs. of Levi II u fiord; Charles S. Shutts, Adm'r. of the estate of' Gabriel T. Shutts; George Over- mire, Adm'r. of the estate of John Blubaker; Chris tian Don cv son, Adm'r. of fhe estate of Christian Stibley; Joseph Gam, Ex'r. of the estate of David Gam; George Hales, Adm'r. of the estate of Ja cob Ulch; Michael MBride, Adm'r. of the estate of Lester Allen and Chester Edgerton, Adm'r. of the estate oJ Stephen I,, ainith. D. CAPPER, Dept. Cl'k. Fremont, Sept. 25 1850. i9;3 To M.ct. THE STORE and WARE-HOUSE now occu pied by E. N. Cook, in Fremont. Possession given the 6th October next. Apply to R. P. AUCKLAND. Fremont, Sept. 21, 1850. 28 NINTH INSTALLMENT To the Lower Sandasky P. Road Stock. THE stockholders of the Low. Sandusky Plank Road Company, are hereby notified that an assessment of teu per cent, on their capitul stock. is hereby called for, the same to he paid over to John R. Pease, Treasurer of said Company, in Fremont, on or before the 1st day ef November. JAMES JUSTICE, Prea't. La Q Rowson, Sec'y. Fremont, Sept. 21, 18508 School Notice. THE Commou Schools iu Fremont, will open for the reception of pupils on the first Monday in Uctooer. It is directed bv the Boaad of Education that un til further notice the pupils attend respectively at the same rooms alteuded by them at the close ol. the last term. .Teachers desirous of employment will file with the undersigned their proposals aud certificates at thr earliest posible time. By order of the Hoard, , HOMER EVERETT, Sec'y. Fremont, Sept. 21. lf50 28:3 FiiMOJV J CAM STR013 ! A large and splendid stock of Fashionable Fall and Winter Goods, JUST ttCCEIVKD FROM NKVV YORK AND BO ST OH, Purchased almost entirely with CASH! Ih the month of August, the most favorable seaaon, 13 NOW OFFDRED at the VERY LOWEST PRICES, for Cash, or Country Produce. These Goods were selected with m-ent care. in regard to quality and price, and cannot fail to Suit all who will please to examine them! AH the latest styles of Ladies Dress Goods, Ribbons, Shawls, Bonnets, Silks, &c. &tx. can be iound here, and shall be sold cheaper than can be had elsewhere Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Hardware, Iron, Nails, GIhss, Fish, Sole and Upper Leather, Coffee, Teas, Oils, Crockery, Boots and Shoes, Ready-made Clothing, Molasses, Sugar, Yankee Notions, fec, &c, In truth alt artistes w anted in the western country, can be found and will be add without regard to profit for ready pay. A. B. TAYLOR. Fremont, Sppt. I, 1?50. Iu Chancery. Conrt common pleas, Sandusky county, Ohio. Alexander H. Ewiug, ? vs. Shubil Russell, and Sophia. Russell. J BY virtue of t. decretal order issued out of th court of co.-timoii pletta of Sandusky coniiiV, Ohio to me liirt-'.l and delivered 1 shall offVr nl jmMie :ilc at the duor of the rourt house, in Fre-m-jiit, in 'i county, n the 2lst day of October, A. I) l5h between the hours prescribed by law, lite f llouintf I tirls and tenements, to wit: In lot niimt'r tlnrtv-five us designated on the re- curded p'titt of Ewin'd addition to the town of I.oWit Saintiiskv, S,niitu-ky county, Ohio. Tiikrit ni ihf property .f Shuh-.l Russell and wif io tis terre in s;tiu court til UiVor of Al- .-XJiniei H Ewi JOHN L. GRKENE, SjK'Cinl Master "in Chaticerv. Fi(wi;.,iit. S.-. kJi. 15" . -8-5 Iu i Siaticery. Court contntoii pious, Suntlufky county, Ohio. Frederick S. rilitefer, 1 vs. V I liomas Piukerton. J BY virtue of decretal order issued out of the cuurl of common plena of Sandusky county, Ohio, tome directed and delivered I shall olTr ut puitlic sate at the door of the court house iu Fre mont, in p-'iid county, on (he 21st daf of Oetober, A. D. 1650, beivveeu the hours prescribed bylaw, the following lands aud tenements to wit: - ln-lot number twenty-one, iu Heberling's addi tion to the town of Lower Sandusky, on the east side of the Sauduekv river, iu Saudusky county, Ohio. Takeu as the property of Thomas Piukerton, to snlisfy a decree in said court iu favor of Frederick S. Shaefer. CHESTER EDGERTON, Social Master in Chancery. Fremont. Sept Si, 1850. 8:5 In Chancery. Court common pteas, Saudusky coun tv, Ohio. Ami W. Cutter, . ) vs. J. V. H. Montgomery, t al. BY virtue (-f a decretal ortler issued out of the court of common pirns of Sandusky counlv. Ohio, to me directed and delivered, 1 shall offer public sale at the door of the court house in Fremont in said county on the 1:1st d-iv of October, A. D., 1 850, between the hours prescribed bv law, the following lands and tenements, to wit: The west half of the south east quarter of section number twenty-three, township number five, range number fourteen, in Sandusky county, Ohio. Also inlot uumber ninety, in Dickinson & tiirch- ard's addition to the town plat of Lower Sandusky .ndd county. Taken as the property of Jv C. H. Montgomery, to satisfy a decree in said court in favor of Ami VV. Cotter C. EDGERTON, Spec Master. Fremont, Sept 21, 1850. ' 28-5 - s ILKS, satins, alpaccas, lawns, ginghams. &c, all qualities ana prices at uaxuzs. 2sr To the Tax Payers of Sandusky County. Treasurer's Office, ce, Fremont, August 28, 1850. THE tax payors of said comity, will lake notice, that the foMowinir taxes have been levied there in for the year 1850, to wit: for state purposes 3.30 mills on ihe dollar; for county $4000; lor cobnty debt $3000; for school $ 1000; for county infimary $1500; and for interest $500; amouuliug to 4.30 nuns on me oolir.r. There has been levied for road purposes the fol io wing rates to wit: Y nrk township i. 25 hundredths; Townsrnd 1.40 hundredths; Green Creek 1.33; Riley 2; Ballville 0.75 hundredths; Jackson 850; hundredths; Washington 1.50 hundredths; Scott 2; Mad ison 2 oO hundredths; Woodville 1.75 hun dredths; Rice 2.50 hondredths mills on the dollar. For tuwnship purposes in York 0.25 hundredths; Townsend 0.25 hundredths; Green Creek 0.75 hondredths; RilerO 50 hundredths; Sauduakv 0.25 hundredths; Jscksou 0 30 hundredths; Scott 0.25 hundredths. In Ballville Township there is an extra levy for scnooi purposes oi u. iu Hundredths, and in Kice township for same purposes 2 mills on the dollar. There has also been levied the following special taxes to wit: for Woodville and Rollarsville Free I urupike d mills on the dollar valuation of all land: within the lejrai hniitaoi said road, t or corporation purposes in lbs towu of Fremont 1.50 hundredths mills. Jn r remont school district for tuition tur poses 3.40 hundredths mills; for purchasing site and scnooi nouse parposes J.oo nunoreatna. In school district No. 2 Scott township, 1 mill; No 8 Townsend 1; Fractional District 8 Ballville, Whashincton, &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 1 mill; No. 2 Wood villa 1 mill; No. 5 Woodville 1 mill; No. 6 Riley 1 mill; No 8 York 5 mills; IX o. Jackson 2 mills; No. 7 Woodville 1 mill: No. I Woodville 3.75 hun dredths: No. 1 York 1 mill; ' No. 2 Saudusky 1 mill; No. 3 Scott 1 mill; No; 2 Ballville 1 mill; No 11 Ballville 2 mills; No 2 Rice 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. Mnkino; the rates of taxation (excepting the special taxes above mentioned) in the sevarai townships as tollows to wit: York Townsend.-.. Green Creek. . Riley Ballville Sandusky.... . Jackson ...... Washington. . . Scott Madison Woodville...., Rice 3.90, 4.301 1.2c! 0.251 9.00 9.25 9.53 10.00 8.95 3.20 4.30 1.501 0.25 3.20 4.30 1.331 0.75 3.201 4.301 2.00 0.75 2.20 r. 50 0.50 0.50 0.95 0.30 3.201 4 301 4.30l 0.70 3.20 9 95 3.20 4.30 10.30 9.00 9.75 3.20j 4. 301 1.501 0.30j 3.20 3.20 4.30 2.00 2.50 0.25 4 30 4 30, 0.25 10.00 3.20 1.75 0.25 9.25 3.20J 4.30 2.50 0.25j?.0012.00 The subscriber will attend at his office in Fremont until the 20th of December next for the purpose of receiving taees, alter which day the duplicates will pass into the hands of deputy collectors, when pen ally and mileage will be charged on all taxes that remain unpaid. Tax payers will also take notice that no bank notas except those of tint state chartered under the new bauking law will be received for taxes. O. McINTYRE, 27 . Rreasurer of Sanduskv Countr. To the Qualified Toters of SJEyVDCSMLY COVJYTW T)Y virtue of an aet of the Genenl Assembly of JLJ the stale ol uiuo, passed F ebruary 28th, IP4b, entitled "An act regulating the mode of proceeding when County Commissioners may be authorized by law to subscribe to the capital stock of Railroad, Turnpike roads, or other incorporated companies in this state. And also, by virtue of an act to incorporate Ihe Toledo, Norwalk & Cleveland Railroad Company', Yon are hereby notified to vote at the next an nual election to be held iu the several townships in said county, on the 8th day of October next, for, or against a subscription by the Commissioners of said couuty to the capital stock of the above named company. - ( . . " ,'. . . . And for the porpose of effectually enforenns; the provisions of said acts Ihe County Commissioners of said county do hereby rirect: 1 hat the voters afore said cause to be written or printed on the tickets which they put into the ballot-box of aatd election fur state and county officers the words "For the Railroad subscription," or "Agaiust 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 conrt of common pleas of the said county, in the poll books of the olher electors to be returned to that office . .. , ; . And the clerk of the court of common pleas ia di rected to make an abstract of the votes so returned aud file Uie same in nia office, and certify the num. ber ol votes lor railroad subscription and the nun- ber of votes against railroad subscription, to 'the commissioners of said county within five days after opening tne poll uooks aloreeaiu. . . liy order ot the toininissioners. , HOMER EVERETT. . County Auditor. Fremont. Sept. 11, 1850. 27 Cleveland and lUauniec Railroad Comp. TVTOT1CE is hereby given, that at a meeting of XI the Commissioners of the Cleveland and Mau mee Railroad company, held in Mauiuee City, on the 4th inst., it was Resolved,- 1 hat Books of Subscrtntion to the capital stock of said Company, be opened on Mou- Uy, the 3Utn September, IKoU, In Mauuiee City, at the omceof Young et Watte, under the directiou of Samuel M. oung aud Isaac Hall. . In Ferrysbufgh, at the office of Spink & Murray, under the direction of John C. Spink, and Benja min F. Hollisler. In Woodville, at the Ferguson House, nnderthe direction of A. R. Furgnsou and Chea, ruwers. In Fremout, at the oince of R. r. Bucklsud, un der the direction of R. P. Bucklaud and John R Pease. In pursuance of the foregoing resolution, books of subscription to the stock of said company will be opned at the time and in the several places men tinned above under the direction of the several per sons therein named. John E. Hunt, Rob't A. Forsyth, Wm. H. Hopkins, Samuel M. Young, Daniel F. Cook, S. N. Beach, 11. F . hucklantt, Commissioners. September Till. 1850 27:ld Petition to Sell Land. Court of common pie s. S;tnrluki county, Ohio. William Irrtrber, Ad.niuistru.tur ul Klin Weavr, deceased. V8. ofoiiion Smith, Hiram Simili, Plfricaiit Smith, t . SOLOMON SMITH, Hiram Smith. Pleasant Smith. Wilham Oarber, Elizabeth Gar ber, Da vid Con rod d aud the wife of said David Conrodd Lovinnh Giirbttr, (tniuor,) Peter Onstott, guardian Krdia Garberand Jacob Gar ber, and the unknown heirs and leeal representatives of John Weaver, de ceased, are hereby informed that on the 9th day of September, A. U. looU, said Admtnistaator tiled bis Petition in the Conrt ol Common rJeas of nana us kv counlv, Ohio, the object and prayer of which pe tition is, to obtain an order at the next term of said court, fur the sale of the following real estate t.of which said John Weaver died seized,) or 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, iu township number four. north of range number fourteen, in the couuty of Sandusky, and stale ot Ohio. Also, the south west quarter ef section uumber fourteen, in town ship number four, north of range uumber fourteen, ii the couuty of Sandusky and state of Ohio, con taining in all-two hundred and forty acres of land, more or less. W1L.L.1AM GArlBKrl, Adm'r of John Weaver, deceased. Fr-nvnt. -.. 14 IftO 7-6 In Chancery. Court common pleas, Saudueky county, Ohio, William r. Uuou, vs. Shiihal H. Russell, et al. BY virtue of a decretal order issued out of the court of com inon pleas of Sandusky county. Ohio, to me directed and delivered, I shall offer at public sale at Ihe door of ths court house in i re mont, in said county, on the 21st day of October, A. t. 1851), between the hours prescribed by law, the following lands and tenements to wit: . ln-lot number twelve in Swing's addition to the town of Lower Sandusky, Sandusky county, Ohio. I aken as the property of Shubal H. Kuesell. et al, to satisfy a deeree in said court iu favor of the sard William P. Dixon. CHESTER FDGERTOtf, Special Master iu Chancery. Fremont, Sept 21. 1850. 23-5 Rail Road Store. . JOII3V P. HAV'XES & SOX'S Circular for the Fall of 850. Gfreat Attraction!! HAYNES' SECOND STOCK OF GOODS, Vertas RAILROADS. THE excitement and talk being aboot equally di vided between the above parties, we havecon cluded to "compromise" by making oor establish ment the HAIL ROAD STORE. Of SundusJcy County and Vicinity. The unanticipated success which the Proprietors of the above btore have met with since opening: having disposed of almost an Entire slock of goods for Cash, in a few weeks! has enabled as to purchase a Larger, Better, and Cheaper Stock of Goods than ever making our Second purchase, and Fall and Winter Stock, A GREATER ATTRACTION ! I than has ever before been offered in this vicinity. Aud our success is the strongest argument that we arc 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'a Brick Block, is well lighted as our Goods do not require twi light to sell them. Mr. John P. Haynes, spent ths month of Au gust in the Eastern cities, and selected onr goods, Before stocks had been Culled, and having been engaged in the Mercantile busi ness in Sandusky county, for the past 12 years, kuew exactly what to buy for this market. Our Stock Comprises Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Muffs Tippets &c, -' . - Crockery, Yankee Notions, Leather, Wallpaper, Ready Made Clothing, fcc., Iron, Nails, Glass, Salt, fec, die, and 10,000 other articles, toonumerons to men lion JST Farmers look to your interests jg Money, 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 yon will be satisfied that the. Rail It out I Store, - is the place to buy "Goods as is Goods," e: M JE A. Jt- P. S. We would return oor thanks to the peo ple of Sandusky county, and vicinity for the patron age bestowed upon us, and would hope by an unre mitting attention to our business keepinir a cood stock and selling good Goods cheaper than ever to receive a couunuauce ol the same. CASH and the hierhest market price paid for WHEAT. CORN, OATS, SEEDS, etc. &c. SDon't mistake the PJace.s?8 Buckland"sBrickBlock. J". V. IIAYJVES Sc SON. Frement, Sept. 1850. I't BALLVILLE Woolen Factory! - Sandusky County, Ohio. 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 the manufactured Goods intends to stop the manufacture of woolen goods and turn all the hands and machinery et custom work, such as weaviug Cassimers, Cloths, Satinetts, Linsers, rlanuels, and Coloring and Dressing customers' cloths, in alt their various styles, superior to any tning nereloiore attempted. He has erected a drving house 100 feet in length. capable of drying 30(1 yards of cloth per day, besides tne out aoor oars. Me uses tailing stocks to full with, and other machinery sufficient to finish 300 yards of cloth per day. The machinery and hands will all be employed in weaving and dressing cloth for coston.ers during the season. He has all the different machines for dressing cloths That are used ia New England Factories, such as Napping, Teaseling Shearing and Brushing Machines, which were bought in Wooster. Massa chusetts, and are in the best of order. The work men employed in his Manufactory, have served a regular apprenticeship in Massachusetts, and work ed in the above business from 5 to 20 years. And, with his early and long experience iu the manufac turing business, and by strict personal atleution to the eaine, hoped to receive a liberal share of the public patronage. r . - He has the FRENCH METHOD ef 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 vard for finishing Cloths Is 6d: Cas simers Is 6d; Flaiiuels Is; Satinetts 14c; .Linseys Is; to lull oc. Prices for weaving on Power Loom Cloths five quarters wide sic; Cassimers five quarters wide 10c Flannels four quarters wide 7c. Prices per yard for weaving aud finding Chain oauueus iai, uusrn 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 with the following persons at the places mentioned, to receive yarns and cloth, and deliver the s.utie when returned. Ail yarns and cloth left with these persons will he taken and returned every two weeks throughout the seasou; O. L. Niras, Head Quarters, Fremont Baker's Store Castalia. Chapman & Harkness, Bellevue. - Shoemaker & Osden, Republic. Silas D. Boalt, Mexico. M. Brackley, McCutchensville. J. Swagart fc 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, Mell- Henry Haskins, I ortageville. W. Bradner, Millgrove. . . George Bautchtell, Freeport, J. Eaton & Co., Rollersville. C. Powers, Wooodville. B. Caushan, Port Clinton. P. C. DEAN. Ballville, Sandusky Co. O. August 3. 165021 Sale of Real Estate by order of Conrt. ON the rtUt day of October, J850. between the hours prescribed by law, at the door of the Court House iu Fremont, in the couuty of Saudus ky, and state of Ohio, will be sold to the highest hiddvr the following real estate, as the properly of Uamel r. niewell, deceased, subject to the right ot dower of the widow, to wit: The west half of the soutli-west quarter of sec tion number thirty, township number five, range number thirteen, containing eignty acres more or less. Apprnirted at 400 Terms Cash in hand. llUxi 1 im 1 uiN, Administrator. September 17-, 185017:5 rVEPHYR. WORSTED patterns, Cuuvas, Board Zu and Needles, tt Haynks. s PERM aud Lamp Oil A first rata article It sale at s. JiucKl.aKD &, Co's. jltAYER BOOKS and Church Service A Splendid assortment, from 31c to $3, et - BUCKLAND & CO'S. CODFISH of superior quality at , Humes Cheap Stork. COLLARS, Gloves, Iiose, Neck and Pocket Handkerchiefs, at Hiints'. New Drug Store. S. BUCKLAND & CO.: DEALERS IN Drugs, Paints, Oils,, Dye-stuffs, Glass-ware, Phosgene Gas and Lamps, tc, & 1 1 THE subscribers have just opened a large stock JL of the abova articles, whinh with their former stock completes the largest and beat assortment ever brought to Fremont or vicinity ALL OF WHICH ARE WARRANTED. Physicians are respectfully requested to call and examine onr articles of Drugs aud Chemicals, as we are determined that Frkmokt shall bs th towb 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 io these 'Dipeins' and are Determined not to be outdone b) them in the way of LOW prices. . O Country Dealers, will find it to their ad vantage to buy of us any articles in our line, as we are sure we can save them the transportation, at least. PAINTERS and MECHANICS, using Faints of any kind who wish Good Articles can be supplied at the smallest possible advance from cost. Whits Lead pure Extra, No. 1, dry and ground in oil. Chrome Yellow, Chrome Greeu, Paris Green, Red Lead, Lampblack, Litharge, Varnish, Linseed Oil, warranted to dry Turpen tine, &.C., &.. Brushes of all sizes aud kinds, at 20 per cent, cheaper than ever. ' GIVE US A CALL. J'o.Z, RucklantV g Brick Ulock, t3T Sign of the Big Mortar. ; Fremont, Sandusky co. July 6, 1650 17 NEWlBGCEBY AND SALOON: JUST OPENED IN Bncklands New Brick Building! J. P. It. SEBRIiG, 1 RESPF.flTPrTI.T.Y infnrm. hi. Olrf liP (ifS) Customers and the Public generally, fCij! mat ne nas again gone into tne tjrro- fTpprFTMi l eerv Business, and haa now nnned iTiliihlUl ONE OP THE MOST EXTENSIVE Stocks of Groceries! ever brought to this market, with especial reference to supply the wants of the citizens of Sandusky and adjoining counties. " This stock consists in part of Sugars, Coffee, ' Teas, Spices, Pepper, Raisins, Tobacco, Segars, rtc., Ac together with a complete and large asssortment of CANDIES, the best ever opened in Fremont, the assertion of "bogus" dealers in tins article to the contrary not withfttanfiinp. NUTS, FRUITS AND PRESERVES, of the rarest kinds, will be be found at my store. Lemonade, Mead, Cronk and Beer, can be had ol a moment's notice. Fresh Baked Bread, Cake, Pics, - and Biscuit always kept oil band. Families wish ing to be supplied with Bread can at all times be accommodated with a superior article aud on the most liberal terms. But I have neither time nor the' printer room in his paper, to enumerate the sixth part of the articles kept by me, andean ouly ask that a oitiscriininatinf? public will give me a call and and judge for them selves, feeling satisfied that I can render entire sat isfaction to all both as to prices and quality. Fremont. Jane 15. 50. . - Land for Sale. FT! HE following lands belonging to the De Forest JL Heirs will be sold vttt. tj II & A r . as the owners are anxious to dispose of them. Thev are situated near Sandusky Bay on Big Pickerel Creek, in a. wen settled neighborhood. R'ge. Tp. Sec. Description. Acres. 17 17 17 16 west h'f south-west qnar 80 north-east quar 160 north-west quar 160 south-east fraction ' 90 south-west quar - 130 16 Also 10,000 acres of Iinnd- in Ottawa county, embracing every variety of soil, timber and prairie, settlers can be accommodated with such tracts as they may wish, aud the prices will he not more than half such lands would sell for in Illinois or Wisconsin GEO. Ii. SMITH. Sandusky City, June 29, I860 16:3m Private Sale. THE subscriber offers the follow iug jbi!;'f tract ol iana at private sale at a Mr - ' 5 ' ca? GAIN, described as follows, to wit: T i, ' i . The south-east quarter of the north east quarter of section No. thirty-six, in township No. five, uorth of range No. fourteen, iu Sandusky county, containing forty acres. This land is about three and a half miles west of Fremont, iu Washington township, and is excel lently situated and calculated for farming purposes. Persons wishing to purchase will euquire of the Editor of the Freeman, or address the subscriber at Hagerstown, Washington counlv. Maryland, post paid. , GEORGE DiUHL. Fremont, July 13, 185018 . First Grand tHrrival OF THE SEASON! Head Quarters, TTAVE this day received br Express lots of Xl PRINTS and GINGHANS forlhe early Fall Trade, and will be receiving New Goods from day to day until iher get the Uld iistabli6hmenta Loaded up from top to bottom! When that time arrives, they intend to-bring out SOME HEAVY ARTILLERY, and give the Old and New Combination Futs. Fremont, August 21, 1850. First Arrival from N. York! Just Received by Express, Only FOUR DAYS from the City! MOUS DE LATNS and Paramettas, Black dress Silk, Black silk and Fancy net Lace, . Wrought muslin Collars, Velvet Trimmings and Buttons, Fall and Winter Shawls, Bonnet Ribbons, &c. &&, N. B. We shall have the pleasure of showing to The people of Fremont and vicinity, The Largest, best-selected and Cheapest stock of Goods ever opeaed here. The Ladies are iuvited to rail end look at the. above Go..ds. J. P.. HAYNES & nON. August 311. SOCIAL HALL. r I tUE subscriber is prepared to furnish Soci.'L J lii.L, in Ijucklaud's Brick Hiock, for Cotillon Parties, Sories, Lectures, &e., on reasonable terms: and also refreshments, iu the best stle on th. shortest unticet- J. F. R. SEBRtNG Fremont. An fust 3, 1850. GIDEOJf HATCH, Tailor; WOULD inform his friends and the public, that he has taken rooms at Ballville, where he intenda carrying on the abova business, in all its branches, and hopes by punctual attention and long experience in hia trade to merit aud receive a share of pHtronage. N. B. Catting of garments of every description, attended tu iu the most fasbiouable style, and war ranted to tit. Also, he ia Agent for Davis' Pain Killer a fresh aupplvjast receivetl nun1 forsnle bv GIDEON HATCH. Ballville, July 13, 185018 GOLD PENS. B AGLEY'S Gold Tens and Pencils for sale cheap, at S. Bucklasd & Co's. C HEAP PUBLICATIONS. A choice lot of Harper & Brother's, just received at ; Bucklakd's. '' WOOD WANTED! NT quantity of good Hickory and Ash Wood L will be taken ou subscription at th. Fbshmib Office. 5 6 5 6 5 6 6 36 6 36 BOOKS! DO Oli S! The subscribers have just received Decidedly the largest and Best selection of a xt j acss. ism 9 - EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET Miscellaneous, Clasical, Medical and School' ' Books, amony which, the following are a few: The writings of Geo Washington, by Jar.d Sparks, 12 volumes. - , - - Prescolt's Conquest of Peru, 3 volumes; do do Mexico, 3 vols. ! s . do. Ferdinand and Isabella, 3 vols; do " Miscellanies, 1 vol; " ; ' " . - Allison's History of Europe, 4 vols; -1 - - Hildreth's United States, 3 vols; r; 'y Maeeauley's History of England, 2 vols; . - Hellani's Works, 4 vols; Gibbon's Rome, 4 vols.. Stephens Tncstan; Greece; Egypt 3 vols each; Complete Works of Lorenzo Dow; " Addison's Work;. Burke's do. - - Josephus' Works 1 and 3 vols; Byron's do - . Shakspeare's Works, aud 3 vols: - Rollin's Hictory - do Chamber's Information for the People, "i vols; ' American Revolutions vols: " ' ' Marshal's Washington, 2 volumes; ' ' - Near Puritans, 2 vols; Life of Biant, 3 vo!s; Mrs Edgeworth. Works 10 vols; ( Spark's American Biography, 10 vols; ' - Memoirs and Administrations of the Presidents; Cooper's Naval History: Brand's Encyclopedia; History of the Girondists; Life of Franklin; Mrs. Bremier's Novels, complete iu one vol; Harper's Family Library, 34 volumes:- do School District Library, 150 volumes; do Clasical Library, 20 volumee . -Swan's Treatise; . " Swan's Jliscellany; Webster's Dictionary, unabridged do , do Large, revised; do do . .. . University edition; - , do do . School edition; United States Dispensatory, late editon; ' Eberlee's Practice; Eberlee's Therapeaticsf Smith's Hand Surgery; Watson'. Practice; Hooper's Dictionary; ' -" --. : SCHOOL BOOKS OF ALL KINDS: M'Guffev's Eclectic series of Readers; r . Ray's, Adams', Smith's, Davis', Dabol'.and Par kin's Arithmetic; ' Clark's, Smith's, Well's,, Burritt'a and Kirkam'. T Grammar; . ' Smith's, Oloney's Morse's mod Parley'. Geogra phy, &c , i&c . . . , n . , STAT I O NAR Y. . - Any quantity of Fools Cap, and Letter Paner plain and rulod. Gilt Edged and Embossed; Letter En vellopsa, of all kiads and styles., C A L LAN D S E E t . At . .-'-..- r-nmrmcBm, . , .Buckland'i Brick Block; a- S. BTJCKIjAXD AC CO. Fremont, July, 1850 - : - , : 17. t: , - Great .Excitement. . . :., Tremendnons Outbreak in Cuba! - 10,000 Prisoners taken. TOPPING &WEGSTE1 X, - " Have just received a large 'assortment of BOOTS M SHOES WHICH will be offered at great bargains for . CASH OR READY PAY. f - Their stock comprises every variety of boots and' shoes suited to the market, . -,.. f ' - The Gentlemen r- -. -, ., will find thick boots and shoes, calf and kip, sewed . and pegged, U at extremely low prices. For Boys and Youth w. have kip, ealf and heavy, boots and shos-, as cheap aa the market-affords, and of superior tjnaj- ity. Aud . . - - For the Ladies '" -r enameled and kid excelsiors, enameled polka boots, -calf and morocco boots, and also a large assortment of kidSand morocco slippers of uiQereut colors and . ; patterns.' , . - - ' For Young Misses ' morocc. and calf boots and shoes, morrocco and " seal buskins, morocco, kid and seal slippers, gaiter ' boots, fancy colored half gaiters: and large van- ety of kid and morocco boots and shoes for children. Boot and Shoe Makers, will take notice, that we have a large assortment of -Shoe Fiudings, forlhe trade, such as Boot Trees Snd Lasts, Pegs, French calf, s Morocco and Boot-' morocco skins, piuk red and white lining akins, and , a general assortment of findings together with every variety of tools used in the manufacture of boots..- and shoes as eheap as can be beughfiu th. west. We keep constantly on hand a large assortment - V of HATS AND CAPS for men and boys. - Boots and Shoes from measure. - ' Our town and country customer, can have boot. : and- shoes made to order at onr .hop. We liava -secured the service, of several experienced work men, especially for this branch of our business, am anv work entrusted to ant will be warranted to FIT, and of GOOD STOCK-- j . - -. . South Store in Tyler's block at the'"' sign of the big BOOT, :' - r reroont-June 2SS, . ' .' - 10: -v.-.. . . XEW STOCK! NEW. PRICES: jr. If. STEVJEA'SOJW WOULD inform the. public that he has resumed. . his business at his old stand, an Crogh&n St.. and having had the opbrtunity of seeing and getting All the Latest Fashions from Fast and West, and having brought on an assortment of tho FINEST WOODS, VENEERING3, 4C., be is prepared to furnish his old customers, and a. many new ones aa can crowd into hi. war. rooms, with th. most splendid let of Mahogany, Rosewood and Biackwalnnt F UK JtlTIJB E , -- ' ' Of every kind from the Cradle to the Coffin. As to priced, he i determined NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD. He is bold to say that he can offer von BETTER " BARGAINS and BETTER WORK than you can T get west of Buffalo:, he bas ou hand, and is making: All kinds of BEDSTEADS, . ' ' - on New and Improved Plans; such as Lewis' Patent, Fowler's Patent,' &c, &.C. Do not fail to give him a call. - . : O' He has got up a good Iiearse, and will attend funerals in towu or country. Fremont, August 10, 1850. "! '. , " ' Steam mil for Sale. THE subscriber now offers his neW Stcam sikw mill for sale, situate on tho ftidp Road, nbout teu im.es eitxtertj1 from Ftp m our; mud only 100 rods from tho Mftumee and Wootern Re serve Turnpike Road, aud within about 25 rods of, tho surveyed iiue of tl.e Woiliugtou aud Toledo Railroad. " " ' The mill is a superior one, in a.1 respect, behtj in a betithy locatiou, leaving ihe vary best of water, that which will not corrode a boiler, The building is of Ihe most suhslaulidi kind. 3o by 6i feet, fitted to saw logs 3t feet long. Having two ci'rcolar saws and a machine for wing; fltoea attached,a4id suflicient power in the eugiuo to drive tha who'ei and the boiler large enough la ma tie thp Alcam,.., aud more too. ' ABUNDANCE OF TIMBER, ' . all around, and men that have got the su&p to them to haul it; there being no less than seventy Uama? astir iu one day last winter, attached to some forty sleds and boats, and every ten days of goodslcd-;, ding U equivalent to about one thousand logs. Any person wishing to get large contracts for tho " Ra Iroad, or wishing to euter into the lumber basi -' ness will find it to thoir adranUgo to call aud eo for themselves. - v - : T - - And any person anticipating building ft Mill, cm do equally as well lo call, for they can half pay for ono while they would be building. The' build eg -being so framed, as to bw easily takeu down aud sot op would require hot little tima tjreinov ii- The si4bscriber has also 10J oxres of pood land about fonv hcres cleared, a rood frame Barn, a you.ig Orchard orover one I'tdhdrod pjfled Apple trees, most of which are hoarhYtf, with Peaches, Peart, Plums, Cherries, Quincjc, Oropeft, tfee. &.o which have lso eoranieneed bearing. The mill, aud farm will he sold separate oY together, to sUif parobueers; and librral tern.s of paymeit gireii For further patrticulars enquire of 1 ", " V. I. NORTON, Fremoiil. or the subscriber on tho premise. , . ' ; " W.h, VLill I IS. York, Auguat3, IKO; ' - . . - -r uj A-quaiiitiy aeaeonra. wagn ana Trugzy felloes, coeeiner wn air exira jaaniy -ot narrows lath, and lumber of all kinds kant conatantlv m hand, cheap as can be had at any other mill iu ths country. . . ,: 2l:bm W.-L. C. -Waile Wood Liunbtir. O F all kinds aud clear stuff for .ale lr l eb. a. O. U. FL'SSELMAX.