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LADIES AND GENTLEMEX! . Large Additions iid tncrV jiscd facilities IfOR 8E1XINO LAROB QUAJWITIKS OF " ' m C2S2S AND GEQCEE1ES, .AT LOWER PRICES THAN EVER! ,i A VID BET T S. Having nst purchased and received A LARGE STOCK OF GOODS, will now ex ii bibit to tliB public the best assortment EVER BROUGHT TO FREMONT! nd will Mil at as reasonable and law pricea as any trior estaoiiaarnent m tsandusKy county, t-ver thankful to a discriminating public, for th patron age by which I hav bean enabled ta reach my ; proaent position, I hop by atriclly attending la b sjrresw, and the interest of the public, to merit a , continuance of tTieir favori, , My stock of " Broadcloths. !-- v Cassimers, - Vesting, I toil Gentlemen' wear generally, will be offered at . VEY LQW PRICESi . ' ' Tlie attention of tha ladiea is particularly culled ' tb our extensive assortment of Dress Goods', which consists in part of Silks, Gro de N D. Gro da Rhine. . Ac; plain and figured Silks and Satins, aud if they do not suit look at their beautiful trariety of t-.gured and plain de lames, cashmeres, prints, &.c, and then examine hia general variety of edgings, - mull edgings, ribbons of every description, and ev- - I T ether article in that line by that time you will , want to look at hia r -. 0jlniil carictn of Sliatols, which for beauty, richness and durability, "cannot a surpasses la mis markt t. Mis stock of - XI .'-. tr a -ro an , Consists in pari of cable, log. trace and halter uiiame; n:i, crosa eur, nana ana back saws, an vils, vises, broad axes, adxsea, rocks, augurs, bra ces and bits, and in fact, every article usually kept in hardware stores. All of which will be sold at Unparalleled Low Prices. . . H' assortment of iron, nails, glass, crockery. cutlery, &c, &c, is complete. American, Swedes ana Old sable .iron in any quantitv, aelling at a mar song. - " BOOTS AN D SHOES, ' , for ladiea, ganta, boys and misses in a great variety, ,-s at pricea ta suit the times. Also large assort ment of, ...... Citly-male Clothing, t st city price. Ha would also say to the public that he has mads extensive arrangements to go inie the- WOOL TRADE! - and is now prepared to buy An. pay CASH for any amount that can be had- .Therefor bring it on, together with your prod ue of assry description, sad you will find a ' ready market and the highest prices at . - DAYID BETTS' Fremont, Mav 25th, 1850. -..-. THE DEEABFU1 SC0Ui.SE IMS VOMMl 1T JLiSTJ I We hereby let Sanduskv know - That HAWKINS JIM, CALDWELL fe CO., - JH a ve opened bhop to work for all, . - --Who'll please to favor with a call : - -; We're Bedsteads, Lounges, Tables too, - All kinds of Carpenter work we do . : We'll mend a Ctair, a Table, Stand, -. - Or Make them all for Cash jit band : v . Repair a Door and case the same, , Hang with hinge or make the frame, -' Put on the lock with bolt or bars, ., - : r t And if needs be we'll meod your Stairs : i Indeed, there is nought of wood that's made, : But we'll attempt and plbase if PAID. - : And as money makes the mare to go ' We're bound to sell our labor LOW I - For instance: Such as others sell - Of Bedsteads, we will make as well, And one-third LESS our price shall be, - v If this you doubt, just come and see, ' Rut, where'syour Shop? 'tis close at hand, " We've taken the Democratic stand ' Opposite Brainard's, on Croghan street, -: We'lt gladly public custom greet. Fremont, July 13; 1850. " 18 - The Bed-Ba aiIlotine. : - Much pleased to find we've not been alighted, ' f By thoea whose custom we've invited, And grateful thanks we make to all Who've bougfti and PAID or made a call. " , Encouraged thus, again we'll show The aforesaid ahop of JIM & CO. (Now don't mistake and elsewhere go, Ts Stevenson's or Singlesbangh One sp the hill, the ether below, ' And thus attempt lo jump Jim Crow; '. ' For if yon do we'll let you know. We'll not admit you lo the show ) v We've bought the patent the county's mine, s W mean the bed-bug Guillotine. -' 'rTThwa come ys aii who love sweet napping, ;. : "Withont such twitching, jerking, scratching. As found with bed-steads poorly made, ' By sncb as learn but half the trade. Whose pins, and holes, and points attest All will compose the clincher's rest, From whence they rally at dead f uight, " And piers your vaius with venom bite. If clean yon wish to keep your rug Your shelves and blankets from the ugs, . Come buy of us and you shall find , - - ,1 There's nothing like the Guillotine, , But what'a I lie model come, tell your plan, We'll hny your bedsteads to a man! ' We've bought the patent, as aid to you : ' Called the Perambulating Screw, . . So close they press the bugs together You'd sell them well fir harness lesther; And if yon get Van Doreo'a price You'll pay for bedsteads in a trice; For three and twenty cents together ' He ays will hny a pound of leather. Bat our liquid fudge is best of all, - A bottl w giv to each that call; . Its easily given, easy to take Sure to kill and no mistake. ... By preaing gently on the pate - .The mouth flies open like a gate: . There, drop on drop nough is said ' And I'll enaare th areata dead. Good law! ha massa, what a dunce, 'I'd ostler kill the brute at one. " " So easy done just by a squeeze, Just do good lady as you pleas. S3 : FREMONT HOUSE; . AND GENERAL fEEMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, O. WM. KESSLER, Proprietor. 0 MR. KESSLER, announces to the Traveling Poblic that ha has returned lo the above well known stand and is now prepared - accommodate in the best manner, all who may favor him with their patronage. So efforts will be spared to promote the comfort and convenience of Cuests. ;. O Good Sxablihg and careful Ostixbs in at tendance. . ' - . . , Fremont. November 24, 1849 36 ' ;:Wii1ILi1! -. - - I HQ ' .THE "OLD" - WOOL DEPOT! FBEL.GHT STILL !H M3TI0HI wiltCH EVERY BODY KNOWS t3 AT PEASE'S BEICK BLOCK, NUMBER 1. THE subscribers having made an arrangemenl to purchase this article on Commission, un prepared so pay the : , - r r g3T-, VEKY HIGHEST PRICES ! je$ So bring sn your Wool and exchange it for f ASH and not for GOODS. . ' , ROBERTS, HUBBARD ic CO. Fremont, Mav 35, 1851) -'; i B LANK BOOK", full bound Ledgers, Journals, Pockets, Cash and J nvoice booRs, at : ;.s :: ' . BrCKLAND's. CAKFtitvliOKS can liua Hand saws, Druw knives, steel Squares, try Squares, plane irons. Nail Hammers, Hnlchets. &c. of the best qoality at , HatM3 Cheap Store. ' ; JOY TO THE WORLD1 ' Perry Davis' Vegetable Pain-killer. For the instant cure and entire eradication of all pain INTERNAL AND IXRERNAL REMEDY. No matter where the pain is or of what nature this will reach it. Beware of Counterfeits! Camion!! ALL persons are hereby cautioned against mak ing application for, or purchasing Davis' Pais Killer of 13 i. Sanfobli Grxoory, jr$ of Men mee City. He was formerly an agent forth sale of the gen uine medicnea but recently it haa come to the knowledge of the proprietors that he is manufac turing and vending s SPURIOUS ARTICLE, nuttinsr it tin nearly in the same style as the genu ine, nuulishin? a pamphlet copying our directions nearly verbatim, and using one of the heads of our advertisements, (" Ibstakt Cork or Pais ") as s name for his spurious compound. In order more successfully to carry on this outra geous fraud tie has with in the past two weeks, made appliation to onr western ofTice at Cincinnati, for another supply of the genuine to sell to those he cannot gull with his spurious stuff, Imt his agency is hereby revoied, und he trill not receive any furtlier supply of the Genuine, nd all porsons who value life and health, and wish to purchase the genuine gr PERRY DA VIS' PAIN KILLER, mtst -ice that a likeness of Ike orig inal inventor is on each bottle, ud purchase of snch agr-nts only as are ttarnrd rM-low. 1. N. Harris. General Aiienl. Xew London, Con necticut, May 4:li, I8;0. .... Western Office, No. 7, College Building. Ciiiciiimiti, T. H. C Allen, Superintendent Chns. Powers & Co , agents for Woodville Gideon llab-h, agent for Ball- ville: and S. BUCKLAND & CO., June 22 :3m Sole agents fo. Fremont. Shaker Sarsaparilla, IN QUART BOTTLES, AS FREPABED BY K. S. I. HOWE, Needs but one trial to establish its merit as the BEST SARSAPARILLA. EVER, discovered for the cure of the numerous diseases urtsing from a dobilitated aud derang ed state of the syslcni. FeniHle complaints, Liver complaints, Scrotal, Biles, I'itiijiteK or pustulys on the face, chronic sore Eyes Ringworm, or tetter, sculd head, rheumatism, pains in the bones or ioints, and all diseases arising from an injudicious use of mercury. . Purify Hie Blood and all is well. A REMARKABLE CURE. Columbus, Indiana. June 5ih, 1850. Messrs. S. D. Hoyt & Co, Gentlemen; About six months since I was attached with what my fam ily physician culled Bilious Pnenmouie, which be came seated deeply on my lungs, and after my phy sician hud broken op the Over my tungs still seem ed to be seriously affected. I had no appetite what ever; my skin seemed to have lost its action and function, there ai nn perspiration, and in fact my self as well as my friends hud given me up as incur able in consequence uf my complexion of disease, and ape, which is abnul sixty years, until one of my neighbors called to see me. who some four months since was a ft. e ted similaily to myself, and had pur chasad a couple of bottles of Dr. S. D. Howe's Co-upuvnu .Extract of Saks pa rill a, and it gave her such speedy relief, she prevailed on me to pur chase a bottle and try it, 1. done so more to gratify my friends than tht i had any expectation of being benefited by the medicine but be tore J. had taken the whole of ne bottle my strength and appetite began to improve rapidly aa.well as my skin, began to perform its proper function. 1 purchased th second bottle, and bv the time it w hs ell taken 1 wasresored to as good health as I have enjoyed for tlte last twenty years. Mrs. L,. M KhNALK . tr. S. Jackson a distinguished physician of Indi ana certifies to the above cure, and uses Dr. Howe's ftUAE kb. is arsah a hilla iu hts private practice and recommends its m?e for all diseases arising from a filiated state 61 the blood and system. Such testi mony is of more real value thau uages of ordinary advertisements. The great success nh.ch has attended the use of Dr. S. D. IIu-A'ds Shiiker Sarsanartlla since its in troduction in the western slates, haa established its character in this section of couutrv.- This is the only SarsaprUla that acts on the Liver, Kidneys and mood at the same time, and hence its singular efficacy and success. Be sure and get Dr. S. I). Hwefs Shaker Sar sa por ilia and take no other... - uart Bottles $ l per bottle or or b bottles for $;. FOR SALE &Y "' 7 a BUCKLAND & CO., Fremont, Sandusky county. Whelden & Rhodes, Sandusky city, George Ebert, Tiffin, And by DR. & D.HOWE & CO., Proprietors, No. I, College Hall, Cincinnati, O. To whom all orders must be addressed. . 47 Agency of Dr. S. S. Fitch, - 707 Broadway New York. FOR SALE His Patent Silver Plated Abdom inal Supporter, Patent fcteel spring shoulder brace, Silver Inhaling Tube, and Lectures on Con sumption &c. . , i Also his Celebrated Medicines as prepared and used by him, with or without the instruments, in the treatment of Pul-nonary Consumption, Asthma, Heart Disease, Rheumatism, Scrofula, ' Piles, x Prolapsus, Debility, " ; ' Female Complaints, Spinal Weekness, Coughs, Colds, Catarh, and all similar diseases. .The instruments are the best of their kind and warranted against all defect. The medicines are careful I j- prepared by Dr. Fitch, and all, whether used together or each article separately, will bear comparison with, aud be found Superior to any similar article, being made for use aud not merely for sale. Full directions in DR. FITCH'S GUIDE TO INVALIDS, .which i given away, a valuable treatise of 48 pag es. All to be had of the onlv duly authorized agent for Bellevue, J. W. Goodson; T iffin, Geo. EcberL For sale in Fremont, bv STEPH. BUCKLAND & CO. June 8, 1850 13-ly DENTISTRY. DR. L. D. PARKER, from Cleveland, RESPECTFULLY announces to the public that he has permanently located in Fremont, for the rorpose of practicing - Surgical and Mechanical Dentistry From the ample resonrces which he has enjoyed, for acquiring a thorough knowledge of the profess ion, he feels confident that he shall be able to give satisfaction to all who may desire his aid, in the va rious branches of the profession. The public are assured that the utmost care will be taken to render his operations both permanent and useful. Artificial Teeth set on Gold Plate, iu number from a single one to a double sett. Piv ot teeth set iu the best manner. Carious teeth fil led so as to permanently arrest the decay. Teeth cleaned in such a manner as not lo injure the en amel. Teeth extracted with the most approved instruments. . . Dr. PAR&E3, wishes to be understood that he is responsible tor all his operations. Persons wish ing Dental Operations, are invited to call at his of fice, rn Caldwell's Jinck Building, over Dr. Chnm berlin's Office. Fremont, June 30, 184915 FASHIONABLE TAILOUIG. . . PHILIP MAXWELL, WOULD respectfully announce that he contin ues his business in the Seeoiitl Ktory of Nnapp's Building, opposite Burger's o d stand, where he witl be happy lo wait on his old customers and all who need any thing in his line. If you want you garments made up RIGHT, nnd after the Latest Fashion you must cul-1 on MAXWELL. : N. 3. Partirulnr attention psifi to cutting, and warranted to fit if prnperlr made up. Fremont. Afr.1 2. - MUiNTKiiEY HOUSE: WO'JUVILLE, OHIO: b r BEIVJAMIIV MEEKEIt. 8 , P E RF U ME R Y ! OSE Hair Oil, . Ox Marrow, Bear's Oil Maccassar Oil, Bandoline Fixutrice, Philocomb, Cream of Roses and Lilys, Cologne, Rose and Lavendar Water, &c, &c, just received, at Buckland's. MONROE'S Tonic, a certain car for Fever and Ague for sale only at S. BCCKLAJTD & Co-S. ' FREMONT WO Ok DEPOT! DURING thTat visit of Mr. KENDALL, h made arrangements for the opening of a IVOOJL nvPOTin Fremont, on a most extensive scale. Finding the spaeiona Ware Room which they now occupy too amall to accommodate this addition to their business Kendall & Nims have rented the large building formerly occupied by Mr. Morehouse, and intend using it tonne Purcliase and Packing of WOOL for San dusky and the adjoining counties. They hope to offer inducements to the surround ing country to bring to this market their entire clip the present season, aa Mr. Kendall has made Arrangements with Eastern Operators, which will enable them to pay th very highest prices the market will command. Thev are thus determined TO FULFILL THE PLEDGES one after another, which they at first made to the pub lic, so that their Establishment shall indeed be Mead Quarters! where the whole farming interest iu all this section, can buy and sell to the GREATEST ADVANTAGE. Th Cargoes of Wheat, Oats and Corn, for which they hav this season paid oot the rocks," have brought farmers from Seneca, Hancock, and many of the surrounding counties; aud the constant throng at their counters fully demonstrates that they can here pnrchas their Goods cheaper than any where else in all this section of the country The Run Battalliohs have just arrived, bringing an immense assortment and many ar ticles at Greatly Reduced Prices, so that they can now sell IRON ron. Wagons, all round at $4. Prime Br own Sugar, sixteen and twenty pounds for $1. Good Molasses, at 31c; best Sugar-House, only 40c; and many of the other great staple at an - ASTONISHING REDUCTION. Tn consequence of the wonderful success at Head Quarters, it is expected that counterfeiters will be very plenty the coming season; in fact some excel lent imitators have already made their appearance in th shape of flags, signs, mottoes, &c , &.C., but it is all 'nogo," lor the people understand that thes "bogusers" are no more like the genuine OLD CASH STORE, At Hosidl nn a is h its, than m 'brass button' is like a real 'California.' They must be excused, however, from all criminal intentions, since it is evident that they did not know but what the "Express" liine rnn by "TelegrapW Bring os -H R. therefore, your Oats, R H " Wheat, Corn and Wool forthe CASH STANDETH WAITING! Fremont, May 25, 1850. NEW GOODS! RECEIVED BY J. S. OLMSTED, At his Old Stand on the Turnpike, OPPOSITE WHYLER'8 TAVERN. Dry Goods. B BLACK, Brown. Blue and Mixed cleth, black, mixed and fancy cassimeree, blue, black, and mixed satinetts, Kentucky jeans and tweeds cloth. red, white and Yellow flannels, red and blue plaid cloaking, gimps, fringes, calicoes, gimghams, al paccaa, and lawn cloths, shawls and dress hand kerchiefs, and the most fashionable fancy dress goods for the ladies that the New York market can .tiurd. Bleached and brown Shirtings, Canton Flannels, Ribbons, Black Silk for Dresses, Sewing Silk, Checks, Vestings, Twist &. thread, Comforters, . Cohoe's Shirts and Drawers, Traveling Bags, Muffs, Carpeting, Waddings, Battings, . Cotton Yarn, Carpet Warp, Carpeting, aud almost every description of Lfry troods thai are Kept in the western country- Groceries, Tea, coffee, sugar, pepper, spice, ginger, nutmegs, cloves, cinnamon, starch, salaeratus, - madder, indigo, alum,&c. Hard-ware, Cros-cut, mill, hand aud wood-saws; cross-cut, mill, and hand-saw files; Sweed's iron, flat and round bars; cut and wro't nails; band & hoop iron; cast, spring, & American steel; Ames' shovels, hay and manor" forks; nail rods; White's Simmons' and Collins cast steel exes; besides an extensive assortment of SHELF HARD-WARE, such as, Pocket-knives, table knives and forks, butt, and screws; dool hangings and trimmings, &c, Ac. Boots and Shoes, a very great varietv and warranted water proof. HATS fe CAPS, A GOOD ASSORTMENT. Sole and Upper Leather, die. ; all of the above articles will be sold cheap for Cash, or ex changed for Wheat,' Corn, Oats, Rye, Timothy, Cloveror fax-seeds. Hides, sheep pelts, Butter, Lard, Eggs, Tallow and Wax Fremont, November 3, 184" 34 OVERWHELMING E6TIMONIE9: . VER HALF A MILLION OF TESTIMONI als have been received by the Proprietor of , McALISTER'S 53 A L-I.HEALING OINT SgSjL MENT from Physician! '5 the most skillful andce- t5gjl lebrated, from (Jounsei iSlBSp lors learned in the Law, gjjgg from Judges of celebrity 3Sf on the Bench, from Min isters of the Gospel, Jjjjjr whose undeviating in Xr leeritv have made them tsjiiulug iigiiM in viiv " path ot truth, trom en lightened Piofci T8, firm acute Merchants, and from those of every stati n, name and degree among mankind all f which, without one dis senting objection tronounce this Ointment to be GOOD. As day by day it unobtrusively extends its sphere of action alone the borders of our vast coun try, and is circulated throughout its extent, new evidences of its power and new proofs of its effi cacy are continually developed. Three millions of Boxes, applied to disease within the last four years, has established the astounding fact beyond the power of cavil or contradiction, that it is IN FALLIBLE in the cure of all Tumors, Ulcers, Sores, Burns, Tetter, Piles, Scrofula, Erysipelas, Chilblains, Scald Head, Sore Eyes, Quinsy, Croup, Rheumatism, Broken Breast, Ague in the Face, Corns, &c. It completely restores the INSEN SIBLE PERSPIRATION, and by this means open, those avenue, by which Nature intended to expel the morbid matter of the body thus is the system cleansed, the blood purified, and the health re stored. It has the power to cause all external Sores, Scrofulous Humors, Skin Diseases, and Poisonous Wounds, to discharge their putrid matter, and then heal them. We are not ashamed of the name, of All-Healing Ointment ! Or the World's Salve! which a discerning public has applied to this medicine ; for there is scarcely a disease, exter nal or internal, that it will not benefit. I have neri it for the last fourteen years for all diseases of the Chest, Consumption, and Liver, involving, the utmost danger and responsibility, ana 1 declare before heaven and man, that not in one single case has it failed to benefit when the patient was within the reach of mortal means. Wholesale and retail at the Grand Depot, 141 FULTON ST., New York, and by all Druggists throughout the United States. -- J. McALISTER, Sole Proprietor, 141 Fulton St. N. Y. v.- S. BUCKLAND & AO., . ID Only A gents for Fremont 1- IAY FARMING IiAXDS FOB SALE. fmHE SUBSCRIBER will sell theTollow ing described FarmiSo Lands on the most reasonable terms, both as to price and credit.'- , SAKDCSKT COUHTT : BAVDUSKT TOWNSHIP. R. Tp. Sec. . Acres 15 5 23 s part s e qr ) kn'n as day town " , " 26 w pt ne qr J improved 139 " 17 8 e qr of s e qr 40 " " 20 sw qr ne qr 40 " " - e hlf nw qr 80 " , 32 e qr sw qr 80 " - 1 1 s fraction se quarter 32 " " , 13 sw fraction . 135 " " 13 w partnw quar 80 " " lie part fraction 92 south part fraction 11 " 23 north part north east quar 13 " " 24 north part north west quar 78 " " 26 south east fraction . 106 " " 36 east hlf north west quar 80 u u west Ljf north east qUar g0 A number of the above tracts of land are improved and within -one and two miles of b remont. WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP. R. Tp.Se& Part Acres. north hlf south east qr north west quarter west hlf north east quarter north east qr south west qr north half north east qr south west qr east half north west quarter north hlf south west quar east half north half noth east quar 80 160 80 40 320 40 320 160 80 220 80 south east south west qr frac 49 south half south east quar 80 south west quarter west hlf soutn east quar west hlf south west quar north east quarter frac exc se qr & exc ne qr " west hlf south west qr " west hlf north west qr 160 80 80 160 109 87 This tract has about 40 acres improved, f 138 SCOTT TOWNSHIP. R. Tp. Sec. , Part. Acres. 13 4 26 south east qr north east qr 40 tt east hlf south east qr 80 " " 35 south east qr north east qr 40 a u tt east hlf south west quarter 80 " " 36 north east qr north west qr 40 " f ' 15 sonth east qr north east qr 40 WOODVILLK TOWNSHIP. R. Tp. Sec. Part Acres. 13 6 10 west hlf south cast quar 80 " " west hlf north east quar 80 " 9 east hlf south east quar 80 " " 8 north west quarter 160 " " east hlf south west qr 80 9 west hlf north east qr 80 " " 10 north east qr north west qr 40 tn ; l a 1 l f V a j tvuics iixi Li uycu, aim ug uuuac j 15 north hlf north east quar 80 north hlf south east qr south hlf south east qr south west half south hlf north west qr north east ijr north west qr sourh hlf north east qr . north hlf north west qr south hlf noth west qr north hlf south west qr north hlf north east qr, north west qr north west qr west hlf south east qr - 80 80 160 80 40 80 17 22 80 80 80 80 25 17 80 16 5 80 ' BALLVILLE TOWN8HIP. R Tp. Sec. Part Acres. 15 4 1 h e pt und of 50 acres improved " " 27 west hlf south east quarter 80 GBBEN CREIK TOWNSHIP. 16 417 north hlf north east quarter 80 ".a north west qr south east or ) 10 acres improved. - V 40 RILEY TOWOSHIP. north west quar ) 50 acres improved, f 16 5 23 " - 21 tt It tt it tt tt tt tt 15 6 25 tt u u tt tt u 26 16 " 30 200 known 16 6 30 M tt tt tt It tt 160 east hlf south west qr I west hlf south eest qr I west hlf north east qr l east hlf north west qr RICK TOWNSHIP. south west hlf north west qr ! north hlf south westqr ! east hlf south east qr 80 north west qr north east qr 40 west hlf south west qr 80 as Bowsan farm, 60 acrs impro'd north east qr south west qr 40 north west ax south east qr 40 north east qr north west qr ' 40 OTTAWA COUNTY. R. 13 Sec. Part. Acres. 80 21 north hlf n e quar " west hlf s e quar 22 north hlf n wquar 3 north hlf west half s e qr 4 south hlf s e quar 5 south east qr s w qr 6 south east quar 11 south blf n w quar - . north hlf s w quar 14 north, west quarter 23 s e quar s e quar 1 north hlf n w quar 1 west part south east quar south hlf n e quar 2 north hlf s e quar 32, south part n e quar 35 south hlf s w quar 36 south west quarter 6 north east quarter east hlf n w quar north hlf a w quar north hlf s e quar south e quar s e quar 1 north w quar frac . south hlf n e quar 2 east fraction south hlf n w quar frac east hlf s w quar . ' 3 west hlf fraction north east quar frac north hlf s e quar , 4 north blf fraction 80 80 40 80 40 160 80 80 160 40 80 325 160 85 80 81 80 160 164 14 6 88 89 80 40 158 80 319 81 80 325 163 80 329 80 north hlf s e quar south hlf . 13 7 17 320 north east qdarter east hlf n w quar 23 north hlf 1 3 north east quarter 14 south hlf 22 whole 14 north east quarter 1 1 south half 12 north east quarter north hlf s w quar 160 80 320 160 320 640 160 320 160 . 80 80 14 15 north hit s e quar 13 south half 320 80 640 320 820 320 SO 815 320 160 320 north hlf n w quar whole 20 28 32 south half north hlf 34 north hlf 35 north hlf n w quar 80 south half . 32 west half north east quarter 33 north half 14 6 25 ' " 26 i ft M " " 27 tt " - 28 U C W tt it 29 " 32 " 30 ' 32 33 tt u tt tt t, 34 " 5 31 8 " 9 19 " " Mn v ., s 36 east half s w quar 80 s V 26 south west quarter i 1 60 i ' ; west hlf 8 c quar - ." V 80 6 11 east part n w quar - 80 ".f 23 east part s w quar 80 16 12 west hlf s w quar 80 1 13 west hlf o w quar 80 y - 60 acres improved . " ' ) 1 30 south w qr n w qr frac 39 14 4 north hlf 8 w quar 80 . 5 south east quarter ; . 160 ( 6 south west quarter " 156 8 31 south hlf n e quar 80 north hlf s e quar 80 7 : 6 north w quar 8 e quar 40 7 north east quar ' ' - 160 north hlf n w quar ' 78 8 south west quarter 160 10 north hlf s e quar 80 ' 12 south half 320 13 north east quarter 160 north blf n w quar -' 80 "- north w quar s e quar 40 north e quar s w quar ' 40 . 14 north east quar 160 north hlf s e quar' 80 15 west half ; . 820 south east quarter 160 6 -7 north e qr s w qr frac ' : 44 v 21 south hlf s w qurr ' 80 south w quar n w quar 40 north e quar n w quar 40 7 5 north hlf s w quar 80 WOOD COUNTY. R.' T. Sec Part Acres. 9 4 5 south half , 320 7 west half fraction 319 18 north w quar fraction 159 1 6frc 24 north half . 320 11 13 whole fractional 382 14 do do 270 12 4 22 south hlf b e quar , 80 United states Reserve at Perrysburgh, un divided two thirds of the west half south east quarter, 54 acres; and undivided two thirds south west quarter. SENECA COUNTY. R. T. Sec Part Acres. 13 .2 1 west half s e quar 80 east bits w quar 80 10 west hlf s e quar 80 east hlf n e quar. 80 .11 west hlf n w quer 80 12 north blf n e quar 80 14 . 5 west hlf n e quar 80 north west qvarter 160 north hlf 8 w quar . 80 6 east hlf n e quar ,80 south east quarter 160 south hlf s w quar 80 7 north hlfn w quar 80 north w quar n e quar 40 R. P. Bl'CKLAND. FREMONT, Sandusky co. Ohio ) April 13, 1850. j CHEAPER YET!! Stoves ! Stoves ! ! New Stove Store ia Fremont, Ohio! f I HE subscriber is just receiving at his shop on L Main street, etwsea Frs'd Vaodsrcook store and Sewing's grocery, any quantity of PREMIUM, NIAGARA, HOT-AIR, Hathaway's improved Ten Plate and Box BtoveB, and. better than all, Wilkson's & Co. 's Kitchen Witch! Principal Patents in 1837, '38, 42, '47, & '49. The proprietors of this Cooking Stove, with en tire confidence, claim for it the merit of being the very best in the world, either as to economy, conve nience, or durability. Call and examine it, and sat isfy yoorsejves. I offer the above lot of Stoves at a small advance above cost, and with every variety of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware, and will furnish on reasonable terms, Eave-trough, Gutter and Conductor Pipe, and all articles in ray line warranted to be what 1 represent them Farmers, Merchants and others are invited to call before purchasing elsewhere, as 1 am deter mined to make it an ohjeet for them to do so. I will also pay a fair price for all kinds of merchanta ble Produce. ' -'- CASH PAID For any quantity of Sheep Pelts. O. H. FUSSELMAN. October 13, 31 -6m. COME IN, WE CALL YOU ! SEW FIRM, XEW GOODS, AND Mow ffjraimgiMim4g I PEASE & ROBERTS, H HAVING taken the old stand of J, R. Pease, and purchased the entire stock of Pease & Roberts, are now having it replenished with the latest and most desirable patterns of - COOK, HALL, PARLOR, Air-Tight, Six-Plate and Box Stores, ever offered in this market, which will be sold at Wholesale or Retail; to suit purchasers, and for which we wilt take your Hides, fekins, Rags, Beeswax, Tallow, drc. Old Stoves bought and sold, or exchanged for New Ones. Give us a call. Don't forget the place, Pease's ortcR clock Ai o XS at the sign ol the stove. N. B. For particulars cbII at onr establishmeat; Advice, gratis. Femont, Sept. 29, 1849. Lester V andercook's Estate. A LL persons indebted to the estate of the late 2i Lester Vandercook, are hereby notified that immediate payment must be made to the under signed, or costs will be made. . A COLES, Administrator. Fremont, May 25. 1850. II Head Quarters. ON account of the death of Mr. Kendall, we shall offer'our entire stock of Goods at TREMENDOUS BARGAINS including a large lot of Bonnels, Parasols, Summer Stuffs, Boots and Shoes, &c, &c. The word has gone forth and this stock BjT must he sold. The establishment will remain at present under the firm of Kendall & Nims. June 15 ,1850. s WEEDS' and Pittsburgh Iroa at Hatkes. I WESTERN NEW YOUR COEjMjEGE OF UFJIWjTU. 207 Main Street, Buffalo, New York. DR. G. C. VAUGHN'S : Vegetable Iiithontriptlc Mixture. THIS celebrated remedy is constantly increasing j its fame by the manv cures it is making . au over toe worm. It has now become the only medicine for family us aud ia particularly recommended for - i r o p 8 y All stages of this complaint immediately relieved, no matter of bow long standing, (bee pamphlet for testimony. . . Gravel, and all diseases of the urinary organs; for these dis tressing complaint it stands alone; no other arti cle can relieve you, and th cures testified to will convince the most skeptical. See pamphlet. Liv er complaint, biliona diseases, , , ; . raver ana Ague, To the great west especially, and wherever these complaints prevail, this medicine is offered- No Mineral agent, no deleterious compound is a part oTthis miztnre, it cures these diseases with certainty aud celerity, and does not leave the system torpid- See pamphlet. Piles, complaint of a most painful character, is " .Immediately Relieved, and a cure follows by a few days use of this article; it is far before any other preparation Tor this disease, or for any other disease originating from impure blood. See pamphlet. Debility of the System, weak back, weakness of the kidneys, &c, or infla mation of the same, ia immediately relieved by a few day use of this medicine, and a cure is always the result of it use. It stands as . A Certain Bemedy . , for such complaints, and also for derangements of the female frame. Irregularities, Suppressions, painful menstruations. No article has ever been offered except this, which would -touch this kind of derangements- It may be relied upon as a sure and effective remedy, and did we feel permitted to do so, could give Thousands of Name as proof of cures in this distressing elass of com plaints; see pamphlet. All broken down, debilita ted constitution from the effect of mercury, will find th6 bracing power of this article to act imme diately, and the poisonous mineral eradicated from the system. ' Eruptive Diseases will also find the alterative qualities of this article Purify the Blood, and drive such diseases from the system see pamphlet for testimony of cores in all diseases, which the limits of an advertisement will not per mit to be named therein. Agents will give them uwav; aud they contain 32 pog;8 of certificates of high character, and a . , Stronger array of Proof, of the virtuea of a medicioe never appeared. . It is one of the peculiar features of this article that never fails to beiiefit in any Case, and if bones and muscle are left to build oponrtet the emaciated and lingering iuralid - 4 Take new Courage, , : - ' and keep using the medicine as long as there is an improvement. The proprietor would CAUTION THE PUBLIC , against a number of articles which come out under the head of Syrups, Sarsapariling, &c , as cares for Dropsy, Gravel, &c; they are good for, nothing, and are only concocted to gull the unwary... Touch them not. Their inventors never thought of curing such dis eases liil this article had done it.- A particular study of tiie pamphlet is earnestly solicited. . -? Agents and all who sell the article aie glad to circulate gratuitously. Put up in 30 oz. bottles at $2: 12oz. do. al $1 each the larger holding 6 ox. more than the two imatl bottles.. Look out and not gel imposed upon. ' Every bottle ha "Vaagha's Vegetaole liilhoutriptic Mixture," blown opoa the glass, the written Kignature of G. C. Vau?hn," ou the directions, and "G. C. Vaughn, Buffalo," stamped on the cork. None other are genuine. Prepared by Dr. G. C Vaughn, and old at the principal office 207 Main street, Buffalo, at whole sale and retail. No attenticn given, to letters un less post paid orders from regular constituted agents excepted; post paid letters or verbal commu nications soliciting advice, promptly attended to gratis. Officer devoted exclusively to the sale of this ar ticle, 132 Nassau street, New York cilv; 295 Es sex street, Salem, Mass. and by the .principal druggists throughout the Uuited state and Van ada. For sale by .. S. BUCKLAND, & CO.. Fremont; J. W. Goodson, Bellerne, . Charles Powers, Woodville, J. K. Owen, Tiffiir., -W. Ayers, Upper Sandusky, Jos. E. Fouke, Little Sandusky, R. Perry, McCntchensville. Fremont, June 3, 1849 ly ' -. FIRE ANI MARINE .V U It il V JE, rpiHE undersigned would call the attention of X merchants and others having property expos ed to loss by fire or the perils of navigation to the superior advantages offered bv the ' PROTECTION INSURANCE C0MPASF, . Of Hartford, Connecticut. 1. Rates of premium aslow as those of any other RESPONSIBLE office. 2. A speedy and satisfactory adjustment of loss es by the General Agent of the company, for the western and southern States. - 3. Arbitration (of all differences which may arise) by referees mutually chosen. - 4. Awards promptly paid in specie, bankable funds, or exchange on N. York, Charleston, Balti more, New Orleans, St Lonis, Louisville Pitts burgh or Cincinnati, at the option of the insured. IT Pamphlets setting forth the mode and princi ples of adjusting losses rates of premiums clas sification of hazards, &c, &e., furnished to the customers of the office free of charge. For further information - apply to the undersigned who is fully authorized to insure dwellings, stores, hotels, warehouses, mills, manufactories, barn, &c, &c. ALSO household furniture and (roods, wares and merchan dize contained or stored therein, against loss or damage by fire. .r ALSO . dry goods, groceries, manufactured goods, produce, household furniture, live stock, and every other de scription of merchandize or personal property, ship ped or to be shipped per good steamboat, or boata to and from points on the western waters, or be tween eastern cities (via takes, or other inland rout) andany towns in the western Country, against the hazards of inland transportation. ALSO shipments of goods, wares and merchandize, per good vessel or vessels, between JNew Orleans ana other Gulf ports between all American ports and English or European ports, or to any maratime port whatsoever in the Atlantic waters, against me per ils of (he seas. R. P. BUCKLAND, Agbnt, ; - Hartford Protection Insurance Co. Fremont, Jan. 5, 1H50 43 3m Livery Stable. SMITH & WILLIAMSON, GIVE notice to the citizens of Fremont, and the public generally, that they have formed a co partnership, and intend carrying on the above busi ness in all its branches and forms. They bave made large additions to their stock of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, &c; and are now prepared to accommodate all who may favor them with a call. Horses and carriages For Parties or Funerals 7 can be had at any moment. Covered and open buggies- for men of business or pleasure, on the shortest notice. Hiding Horses of the tiest bottom, always on hand. The strictest attention paid, so that all who call shall be accommodated without delay. Teams for ' carrying rs.s8engrw or L.iuvcia into any part of the country, always on hand. Those wishin? any thine in the above line, will do well to give us a trial, as we feel confident they will be satisfied, both as to teams and prices, the former warranted to carrv naaencers to their desti nation In the shortest possible time, and the latter to be as reasonable a nossible. Bv striot attention to business, they hope to merit a liberal share of publie patronage. f. Stables Nearly opposite Norton's Fonjidry,. Fremont, December 15 IS49. TH1CKI Of tttlACKS. t-BT BVSSTBODT R.SAD THIS CARtrULLT. TheTC S S. saparilla lor me la the different town called a. P. Town. end's Sarsapariluw It 1 urrenised aa the OR1&1N AL, QUO U1NB, aod all uau. Thie Towneend u no doetorand never wae j but waa formerly a worker on railroad, eaaale, ana the like yet as assumes (ha title of loetor for toe purpoee of gaining credit lor What be ia not. lie says " ha haa attended 'two medical schools, and practiced for fifteen Tears 1 tH Mow the truth is. h never practiced medicine a day m hia life I Such wdful, wick tti misrepresentation looks bad to the character and veracity of the man. I wish moat sincerely, be had never made those state ments of himself or of me. When will men ktara to be honest and truthful in all their dealings and intercourse with their feU low men I Ha applied to one Ruel Clapp to assist him in raand factoring hia mixture, atating the large sums he would make, aa aa inducement to embark in the business. These mea beya been insulting and libelling me is all possible forms, in order to impress the public with the belief that the Old Doctor's Sarwa. narilla was not the genuine, original SartaparWa, made from the Old Doctor Original Recipe. This 3- P. Townsend snva 1 have sold the use of my name fbr7 a week. I will give hint S500 If he willproduce one single solitary proof of this. His statements of Thompson, Skillmart at Co arc noihine bat a tissue of falsehoods, simply made to deceive the public, an seep tne trutu aown in resara u o" wwwf, ,Efpni con. round. This is to caution the public to purchase none but Oil Dr. JACOB Townsend's SareapariHa. having on it the Old Doe, tor's likeness, hia family Coal qf Arms, and bis signature across the Coat of Anns. Principal Office, 102 Kattau-ttrul, If. T dry ; ; 0 : . ... JACOB TOWMSEND : Old - Dr. Jaeob Townsend, - THE ORIGINAL DISCOVERER OF THIS. - " Genuine Townsend Sarsapariila Old Dr. Towiwend ia now about 70 year of mre. and hu tonf baen known u the AUTHOR and DISCOVERER of ch GENUINE ORIGINAL "TOWNSEND SARSAPA RILLA." Being poor, he waa eompeDad to limit iu maoafatv tur, by which mean it haa been kept out of market, en, iba ale arcumacribed to thoea only who bad proved ha worth, anal known Ita value, b had reached the eara of many, D-nheiMav ae tnoee person who had been healed of sore rliaritf . and eared irom death, proclaimed iu wonderful HrfEALING POWER. - ; Thie GRAND AND UN EQUALLED PREPARATION t man. ofaeturod on the largeM acale, and ia called for ihromrhout the length and breadth of the land, eepeciailj aa it ia found incapa ble of degeneration or deterioration. Unlike young & P. Townsend'e, it impma with ace. and never change bat for the better ; because it is prepared on leien Hfic prwnetpie bv a sientiAe man. The highest knowledge of Chemistry, and the Latest discoveries of the art, have all beea Brought into requisition in the manufacture of the Old Dra Sr aa pari 11a. The Saraaparilla root, it ia well known to medical men, contains many medicinal properties, and so me properuea which are inert or uaeleaand others, which if retained in pre paring it for use, produce fermentation and acid, which is in jurious to the eyetem. Some of the properties of Sarsaparilta are ao volatile that they entirely evaporate and are tost id the pre paration, if they are not preserved by a tcientific vroce. knowm only to those experienced ia iu manufacture. Moreover, thea volatile principle, which flv off is vapor, or as an ei halation, na tter heat, are the very essential vtedtcal properties- of the root, which give to it all iu value. - Any person can boil or stew the root till they get a dark cot red liquid, which is mora from the coloring matter ia the root than from anything else ; they can then strain this rnmptd or vapid liquid, sweeten with soar molasses, and men call H "SAR. SAPARILLA EXTRACT ox SYRUP." But auch ia not the art. GENUINE OLD DR. JACOB TOWKSEND'S SARSAPARILLA. This ia so prepared that all the inert properties ef th Sar aaparilla root are first removed, everything capable of becom ing acid or fermentation is extracted and rejected ; then every panicle of medical virtu is secured in a pure and concentrated form ; and thus it is rendered incapable of lotting any of its val uable and heaJing properties. Prepared in this way, ft is mad th moat powerfulagent m the '' ...... Cra of Innumerable Dtaeaaes Hence the reason why we hear comiModatiens on every aid ia Ms favor by men, woinea. and children. We find it doing ws ders in the cure of r CONSUMPTION, DYSPEP8TA. and LIVER COM PLAINT.ami in R FIE UMA TISM. SCR OP UL A, PILES. COSTIVENESS. alt CUTANEOUS ERUPTIONS PIMPLES, BLOTCHES, and ill affection rising trot IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD. It possesses a starve! low efficacy in all complaints arisaa from Indtg emtio, from Acidity ef the Stomach, from unguis eircutauon, deuirotnauoa of blood to the hssad, palpitation ar the heart, cold feet and hands, cold chills and hot flashes over thf body. It haa not it equal in Cold and Coughs ; and promotes easy expectoration and gentle perapirauon, rsUxing strictures at she lungs, throat and every other part. - .But in nothing ia it excellence mora iranr&stly Bean and ac knowledged than in all kinds and stajtea of . - FEMALE COMPLAINTS. It works wonder in cases of Fimor Aldus or White, FaOtntf efthe Womb. Obstructed, Suppressed, or Painful Mens, It. regularity of the menstrual periods, and the like ; and ia eJiectual In coring all the forma of Kidney Diseases. By removing obstructions, and reculating the general system, it gives tone and suength to the whole body, and thus corse all form of Wer-rowe Tteea,as tnnd Debility, ' and thus prevents or relieves a great variety of othtit1 uiaesjJIaa. aa SytneU irritation, Neuralgia, St. Vitus Dance, Swemnm, . Epileptic Fits, Oowulsums, $e. It cleanses the blood, excites the liver to healthy action, tcna the stomach, and fives good digestion, relieves the bowels of arpor and coiisupatiofx, allays m flam mation. ourine the akva equalize the circulation of the Woo, producing eentte waraidi squally ail over the body, and the insensible pereoiratioat re laxes strictures and tightness, tr moves all obRiruciiona, and is viaoraiee the entire nervou nvmem. Is not thia then The MeoUolike worn pre-eminently xteadf But can any of these things be said of S- P. Townaead'i infe rier article Thia young man's liquid is not to be r COMPARED WITH THE OLD DR'S. because of one GRAND FACT, that the one ia UNCAPABLK Of DETERIORATION, and . - NEVER SPOILS, . - while the other DOES : souring;, ferwumtijtg. and itemng ih bottles containing it into fragmenu ; the sour, acid liquid ex ploding, and damaging other goods ! Mum not Urn horrible cam pound be poisonous u the systena 1 What ! put meid into m system already diseased teitk acid? What causes Dyspepsia but acid ? Do we not all know that when food sours k our storn acha, what mischief it produces 1 Batulmce, heanbtfra. palpi tation of the heart, liver complaint, diarrtxea, dysentery, colic, and corruption of the blood 1 What ia Scrofula but an acid hu mor in the body 1 What produces all the humors which bring om Eruptions of the Skin. Scald Head, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas. White Swellings, Fever Sores, and all ulceration internal and externa.? ft is nothing under heaven but an acid substance, which, sours, and thus spoils all the fluids of the body, mere or less. What causes Rheurnariam but a sour and acid fluid which insinuates itself between the joinu and elsewhere, irrv tatinc and in nam rag the dehcate tissues upon which it acta ? So of nervous disease, of impurity of the bood. of deranged irculauon, and nearly all the ailments which afflict human am ture. Now ia it not horrible to make and sell, and tn&mtely tsvrm to use thia SOUR1NO, FERMENTINf?. ACID tCOMPOPND!' OF f P. TOWNSEND, and yet he would fain bave it untie rstood that 0?d Dr. Jacob Townsend'e Genuine Original SarsapariUa, ia aa IMITATION of hia inferior preparation !! - Heaven forbid that we should deal tn an article which would bear the moat distant resemblance to S. P. Townsentf's article f We wish it understood, because it is the absolute truth, that S. P. Townsend's article and aid Dr. Jacob Townsend's Sarsapa riUa are heaven-wide apart, and infinitely dissimilar; that they are unlike in every particular, having not one ungls thing tm common. Aa S. P. Townsend is no doctor, and never was, ia ne chem ist, no pharmaceutist knows no more of rnetiiene or ihseaa than any other common, onscienxifie, unprofessional man, what guarantee can the public hsve that they are receiving a errniine scientific medicine, containing all th virtues of the artkTes used in preparing it, and which are incapable of changes which might lander them the AGENTSof Disease instead of health I But what els should be expected from one who know? nothmg; comparatively of medicine or disease ? It requires a person of some experience to cook and serve np even a caramon decant meal. How much more important ia it that the peraons wb manofacture medicine designed for WEAK STOMACHS AND ENFEEBLED SYSTEMS. . should know well the medical properties of plants, the best maii aer of securing and amcentimting their healing rinses, also a extensive knowledge of the vanoue diseaaea which affect the human ay stem, and how to adapt remedies to these diseases ! It is to arrest; frauds upon the unfortunate, ta pour balm tat wounded humanity, to kindle hope in the despairing boeorav to restore health, and bloom, and visor into the crushed and bro ken, and to banish infirmity that OLD DR JACOB TOWNSEND baa SOUGHT and FOUND the oppovtuniiy and means to srtna; hia Grand UxtWerea Concentrated, Rematty within the reach, &id to the knowledge ef ail who aaed H that they may learn and know, by joyful experience, no TrABtMendauiLt Power to .HeaJ : ." STEPH. BUCKLAND, & CO, Agents,- Fremont, Sandusky eo., O. - The Illustrated Domestic Bible, 4- BY Rev. Ingram Cobin, M. A. 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