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! I 1 ! Messrs. Crobaugh "VYTould moat respectively announce lo the Peo- lid moat e of Fre " T pie or r remont and vicinity, that they are pre' pared to execu'e DAGUI By the late Paris Process, entirely superior to any taken by the old Process. It mil be seen Hint these Pictures possess a strength not inferior to the most celebrated Oil Paintings, yet possessing all the beauties of light and shade that ran be found in the finest lineal eneravings. Thes Pictures are also made indellible, by the Patent Gilding, which gives them that peculiar and besutilui tone, which is seen in no other. In fct, their beauty is pnst descrip tion. Persons must examine them, to be able to judge of their perfection. The subscriber has also a variety of the richest DAGOERF.EAH STOCK, Orihair own cetecltoa. Persons visiting this place, eu bootless or pleasere, should not neglect this rare opportunity of obtaining for themselves and friends, fhee inestimable mementoes. P.S. Messrs. C. are also prepared to give Instruc tions to ny who may wish to embsrk in this fasci nating vocation, which meets the most favorable approbation and patronage from all possessed of cultivated taste and refinement. Inexperienced operators can receive instructions in the art of making the different kinds of Accelera tors, Pateut Gilding- and general iinroveuieuts. Also,' - - '-. GAIiVAAIC BATTERIES Furnished, wUh inslrnclions. All of these are in deapettsably necessary lo compete with artists pos- , essing the above facilities. Minittare t in Pins, Einp La',:r, Bracelets: j arc. Also, DtiuetTeotvpe6 and .vlil fainting cop if d with accuracy- The subserioer will remain it this place a fetrmotttftsetilv. Their Rooms mar be fon nd t th Franklin Honse. Fremont Nov. 30, 1850. - DR K. S. Illi'U. Continaes the practice of Pliysic in Fremont and adjacent country. Okfice, 8 formerly, od Front street, oppo site Deal's new butldinir. ' - Fremont, Nov. 23, 1850. 37 otd, Steel, and Quill Pens Superseded - Kach of Whyte's newlwly invented rimvlqa ted Zinc and Platina Pens is equal to thirty SteM Pens, and surpass all . others in cliistict ty One trim will prove the fact that they an cheaper mid better than any other pens invent ed.' Price 3 cents each, or 25 cts per dozen, Manufactured by A. Whyte, London, Ens;. Jacobs & Co., sole agents for the patentee for the united states. & BUCKLAND & Cot sole agents for Fre rrtortt candusky county O. Fremont, Nov, 19, 1850. 37 : 3 m. Rail Koad Store. iJIEWGOODS! new.goous; ",. : SECOND ARRIVAL OF Fall and Winter GOODS! At the Railroad Store! John R Eaynss & Son, Dealers in very variety of ' ' - FANCY AXD STIFLE DRY GOODS! Hoots and Shoes, Sals and Caps, Ready- OHttiung, Hardware, v-rockery, IN ails, Lilats. Leather, Stoneware, &c. etc. , . We Will not be Undersold," CJS OUR MOTTO! - . We have just reeeivee our third stock of Goods for the Irade of 1S50, pdrchased at the close of the business season in JNew York ctty when jobbers. to evoid wintering goods, were selling them at manufacturers prices, and were consequently but' lower than the early pare bases---which wilt enabl es to offer you - " Iry Goods, Clothing. Boots fc SHocs Hals and Caps, xe.f at greatly tveuced puces. We need not enter into an argument to convince you mat we are selling cheaper than other esib4ish-sn-ente, for the fact that we have sold Two Lakgk Stocks since June, J 850, is convincing proof thai we are selling 00 od uoods, and seUio them low CALL AO BE COVIXCJED. To the Ladies! v Finding Xiadies Goods, such as Shawls, AJpac cas. Men 11 os, De Laines, Ginghams, Prints, &c , &c.v very low, we purchased a large assortment, which we will sell t.vkkty prr ckkt lower than the same articles can be otd by those who bought earlier. pinghams 12 cents per yard; better than ever heiore oifrred in thta market fur that price. Come and satisfy yourselves Shawls Bay'Slate, Empire, Scotch, Brocha, Cassimere, and Black Sisk Shawls, which we offer at great bargains. - Prints the best and cheapest assortment ever offered from G cents to one chilling, and all fast colors. If you want a dress, be sura and call at tfayoes before buying. TO THE GENTELMEN. If you wish to aave twenty per cent in buying your Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, aud have a fresh and belter assortment to choose from than ever before offered yon, call at the "RAIL ROAD STORE r' also, if you are in want of any kind ef Groceries, Muslin, Leather, Nails, Glass, or Stoneware, come and look at our stock before buying. And with the determination to spare no pains to give entire satisfaction, both to onr village and country trade, we cannot fail to continue .to hear it aaid that . sec A. is fhe place to buy "Goods as ia Goods, e a n. Remember the place North Store, Snckland'a V, Brick Block, and the Motto, "We will not be Uu- P. S. W anted in exchange for Cash or Goods, 10,000 bashela Wheat, Oats, Corn, Rre, Barley, A,c dried Fruit, Flax seed, Hides, Sheep Pelts, Coon skioe. White Beaos, Rags, &b. Not. 23, 1850. " . Bounty Lands. BT a late Law, Congress ha granted Bounty Land to all officers and privates whoseived in the War of 1812, Florida and Mexican Wars, and - Indian Wars since 1790, according to their term of service, or their widows or heirs m case of death. The subscriber is in possession of all necessary papers and information requisite to obtain these war rants, and tenders his services for this bnsiness. C. EDGERTON, Att'y at Law. Fremont, Oct. 19, 1850 32:11 . Cant ion. THE public are cantioned against, and requested not to purchase a promisory Note, executed oj Lyman Ames, by Victory Haight and Henry Wer roogh, amounting to Eighty dollars, payable three months after date, and bearing date, Oclobei 23rd, 1850, as said Note was obtained by improper means and no aalae has been received for said Note, for which reason its payment will be coiiteated. ; VICTORY HAIGHT. Octobcr3Ist, 1850. l j T) LANK BOO Kb, full bound Ledgers, Journals, t ; Jj Dockets, Casb and Invoice books, at y4 BoCKLAND'a. f 1A3H paid for Land Warrants, at - f V - . Head QvaftTXRS. fj OTLKS, satina. alpaccaa, lawns, ginghams, Sec. NO sit qualities and prices at Haiku. ' NEW HARDWARE! 2r LEATHEIt, TIN, ISO STOVE STORE! AT TflE SIGN OF THE ck & Stove! In the Store formerly occupied bv E. N. Cook, Nearly opposite I lie IV ew Bank. THE SUBSCRIBERS tukc tins opportunity to say a word to the citizens of Sandusky and neighboring count'es. You have no doubt lonir felt tlio necessity of having a Hardware establish ment in Fremont, where can be found an assort nent of goods necessary for nearly every branch of business! seeing lins, wc have come among you, with as good an assortment of Hardware of all de scriptions as can be found in a uv town ueM of the city of New York. Fmm a long connection with the business, our facilities for buying American goods timet from the manufacturers, thereby sav ing commission to agents, will give us the advant age of selling over general country dealers, as we are disposed to sell goods at a small, advance above cost. VVn shall be the better able to do so, as we have concluded lo adopt the cash vstem. We will take any thing the fanner has to offer in the way of produce, and pay the highest market price in Cash or Goods. Among our extensive assortment, may be found the following articles, viz: FOR FARMERS' USE. Shovels, spades, hay wire and or tips. Spring bellows, steel yards, oven mouths, and wkeel heatis, & vives. Chopping axes, crow bars, grind stones and rollers, and pick axes. Nail" and iron, aud all the necess;irv imple- forks, manure forks, po tato" hooks, hoes, and pruning knives. Scythes, grain cradles, scythe sualhs, rifles, ruh stones, hay rakes, aud sheep shares. Crn shelters, plows. and fanning j meuts for farmers use. Hope, bet!ctriJ, twine, I Mechanics' Tools! Carpenter's Planes, Pevls, and sqnares,savv setts, and cutting pliers. Braces and bits, augurs and gimhlets, mi onr bits, and hollow augurs. Brotd axes, hulchefs, hammers and uddfees. Plane Irons, gouges, mers, sledges, bellows, stocks and dies, plier: and wiiu-isrs. Hand, panel, up and bark s;ttvs. Masons trowels, cal lipers and rules. Gcrinnn ami cast steel mill and X cut saws. compasses mid gonges. Ciiculur saws, web rernter, mortice, tur saw, and key hole do. Taper, mill, fl.iL, half round, square, nudiound tiles. Wood rasps, half round and fl.it, hoSfl rs;ts. Wrenches, buck saws, frames aud f-trlchers. ning chisels, aud iuni- g couges. Coopers tools; an as sortment of B'irton's best Tanners loo's; and brushes, paii-t mills. Anvils, vices, ham HOUSE & CABINET TI3I3H"GSl, American door lock of and fastenings. Butts and screws.bolts, r nb board keiehes ami Buttons. Cubboard, till, chest aud trunk locks. BiauV, tacks, finishing nails, rivets, hooks, sta ples and hasps, strop, hook, table aud blind hinges. Mnhony and miner al drawer knobs, bell every description with silver plate, mineral and brass knobs, at manu facturers prices. Jar a s and iron paltent blind fastenings aud self fastening hinges. Blaise's pittent thumb latches, stop latches, knob & rim latches. Window springs.frame and Rcrew puilies, sash fasteners, shutter screws pull, door knockers aud ppnngs. Leather and Findings. Sole and upper leather, knives, long stick kip skius, french and common, calf skins, morrocco, roam, lining Steel tacks, ran fil stitch markers, brush & bone s'irks. Roll binding, galloon binding and webbing. Shoe thread, wax, measuring tapes &, size slicks. French wheels, peg and binding skins. .Laata and pegs, shoe hammer, pincers, pun ches and rasps. egging and sewing awls, pat. helves, com mon do, sand stone, markers, collices, stu'ps last hooks and boot irons parables, gum, kit files, houlder sticks, a h o of ail descriptions. SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKERS. A full assortment of 1 ools, hammers, pin Buckets, Tin os, turrets. cers, punches patten pad hooks, swivels, cock leather compasses, pink ves. breeching loons. in? irons, rem rounds, snaffles, mull & ring bits stirrups. seat awls, needles an awls, pattent channelers lire as t & rem snnpps. splitting knives &, other necessary tools, pad screws, ornaments, brass revets & nails, ro selts. martingale rinps, & all the trimmings nec Haines' pad trees, blind irons, saddlers silk. rem & girt web. essary for a harness. Carriage makers and Blacksmith: Iron ax-ols, steel springs Stump joints, carriage wagon boxes, mailable oows, top irons, indi; iron, dc can-tape bolls. rnb clolh, curtain frames & carriage lamps, iron Brass & silver hub amis, aand bands, dash & steel horse shoes & frames, & seat handles. horse nails, rasps aud all Pattent loath r, pat. the necessarv tools for doth, satiuett, damask. hlacksinithing and wag road & narrow luce, on malting. & lace lacks. Public Generally! Orittania. brass, 'pla an Mzes, eh am & fixtures. pumps ted, iron, jnpd, tin and glass candlestieUs. Guns, doub'e & sin A beautiful assort pie barrel shot guns, ri ment of Phosgene & so- fles, f-istoir, powder, shot atand lamps, cam percussion caps, powder lene & oil side & sus horns, game bags, shot pended lamps, & mantle pouches, &, gun trim miugs eee ornaments. Knives & forks, pen Cuhee mills, mills, sktfs, Fad tailor's gns-. Brushes of all cripius. paint irons & pocket knives, carv- g Kittvf, steels, butch & bread knives & en vers. Cords & tassels, slides' Wooden & willow rollers for curtains, ware. rurtain pi- s & hands, a bires, cards, currv tie stock of lh hitfst combs, ten, hand, cw. vies win dowshades & CC sif'teti hells, wire mnsk for ctirtiiins. cloth & brass kettles. Scissors & shears, ra Jappaned ware, an zors, britlahi't tea & cof fee pols, snuffers & trays assortment. Gale latches & hing es, & foot scrapers, Hlltl rass & iron andirons. iovel & tongs. a general assortment of Pomps & tead pipe of housekef j ii g articles. Stoves and Tin Vnre. We would call the at tention of farmers and others to our fine stock of cook & parlor stoves consisting of farmers air tight, mechanics, west ern & premium. & iron witch. Parlor, Irving, thears fancy, open front, cot tage, fcheet iron & box An assortment of tin ware constantly on hand & manufactured to or der. Tin conductor & eave trough. Etig & Russia stove pipe, zinc, sheet iron & coppor. tftovej trimmed with tin or copper. Job work done at the shortest notice, and in the neatest and most substantial manner. stoves, beautiful styles all of which we will sell at as low prices as any establishment inthe state gST Don't forcct the Dlace: in Tvlcr's block, opposite the new Bank, at the sign of .1 a. t li i , rt . me iuuuiir.01,11 x-aa-tocK ana Stove. , CANFIELD &. MITCHELL. Fremont, Nov. 23d, 1850. ly. Estate of William Preston. NOTICE si hereby given that Margaret Preston hea been duly appointed and qualified, as Ad ministratrix on the Estate of William Preston, late of Qttawa County deceased. All persons interes ted will govern themselves accordingly. MARGARET PRESTON, Admix. Harris Townshir Ottawa Co. Nov. 7th 1850 1 IT, , -y in 1 To Former Compatriots in Arms. My Brother Officer and Soldier : No more let Patriots declare. That, 'Republic's ungrateful are,' For you anil I, who fought and bled And for the Heirs of the brave dead Our Country has provision made. The Land Bill, late by Congress pass'd, And graded as in service class'd' From Forty to a Quarter Section Is tendered to us for selection Of good, rich soil, (not rough nor thorny) , From Maine to golden Kally-furor, J ust call on me, 3T And yet your Land 1 am j-our servant to command. True as the needle to the pole So true you'll find LAND AGENT CROWELL. Fremont, Oct 19. 1850. Price Reduced! VAUGHN'S LITHONTErPTIC MIXTURE! Large Bottles Only One Isollar. The Proprietor of the Great American Remedy. "Vaughn's Vkgbtablb Lithomtriptic Mixture," induced by the urgent solicitations of his Agents, through out the United States and Canada, has now Eeduced the Price of his popular and well known article ; and from this date, henceforth, he will put up but one size only, his quart bottle : the retail price will be ONE DOLLAR The public may rest assured that the character of the Medicine, its Mreugih, and curative properties will re main unchanged, and the same care will be bestowed 10 preparing it as heretofore. As this medicine, under its reduced price, will be pur chased by those who have not hitherto made themselves acquainted with its virtues, the proprietor would beg to intimate that his article is not to be classed with the vast amount of u Remedies of the day ;" it claims lor itself a grtaler healing power, in all diseases, than avy other preparation note before the teorld ; and has sustained itself for eight years by its superior medical virtues, and, until this reduction, commanded double the price of any other article in this line. Notice Particularly, this article acts with great heal ing power and certainty, upon the Blood, Liver, Kidneys, Lungs, and all other organs, upon the proper action of which life and health depend. This medicine has a justly high repute as a remedy for Dropsy and Gravel, and all diseases of that nature. It may be relied upon when the intelligent physician has abandoned his patient, and tor these distressing diseases, more especially Dropsy, the proprietor would earnestly and honestly recommend it. At its present price i is easily obtained by all, and the trial will prove the article to be the Cheapest Medicine in the World! B3F Please aslr for pamphlets the agents give them away; they contain over sixteen pages of receipts, (in addition to full medical matter,) valuable for household purposes, and which will save many dollars per year to practical housekeepers. These receipts are introduced to make the book of great value, aside from its character as an advertising medium for the medicine, the testimony in favor of which, in ibe form of letters from all parts of the country, may be relied upon. B3T "Vaushn's Vegetable Lithontriptic Mixture" the Great American Remedy, now for sale in quart bottles at 1 each, small bottles at 50 cts. each. No small bottles will be issued after the present stork is disposed of. Principal Office, Buffalo, N. Y., 207 Main Street G. C. Vaushn. Sold Wholefale and Retail by OLOOTT McKESSON es CO., 127 Maiden Lane, New York City. N. B. All letters (excepting from agents and dealer with whom he transacts business) must be post paid, or no attention will be given to them, S. BUCKLAND, & CO., Fremont; e8 Powers, Woodville, VV. Aj-ers, Upper Sanrfosky, Jus. E. Fouke. Little Sandusky, R. Perry, McCntchensville. G W. Pallersnn, ftome, I. U. St John &, Co.. Tiffin city, D. VV. Armstrong, Bellvue. Zeifrler & Snook, Fort Seneca. Win. Fi.k & Co., Cleveland, Whole Sle and Retail. Fremont, No 23, 1850 ly Road Notice. 4TOTCE is hereby given that a petition will be . l presented to the Commissioners of Sandusky county, at their next session, pravinir for the loca tion and opening of a new road hs follows: Com mencing ht the north-enst corner of section No. iO, jaciisou lownsntp, running tnence south nearlv two mi!e5, to Jesee Mowry's Innd, then muking an an s)e to the right, (twenty rods more or less) to inter sect the county line. 3 2:4 School Teachers. I Till E Board of School Examiners, for this Coun L ty, wilt assemble on Snlurdar, Oct. I9ih, at the School Room of F. S. While, in the basement of the Methodist Church, at 2 o'cluck, P. M The sessions of the Board will be held at the same pluce, on sucessire Saturdays, at the hour mentioned above, for eight weeks! By order of the Board. F. S. WHITE, Clerk. Fremont, October 12, 1850 31 :S M'lastert PtasterT (T CT BARRELS Common, Witeh ami Fine Gray OO Plaster, just rsceivcH. and for sale by S. BUCKLAND & CO. Fremont, October 19. 1850. -;w stock: new pkites:: WOULD in Tor m the public that he has resumed his business at his old stand, on Croehan st.. and having liad the oportunity of seeing and gelling All the Latest Fashions from East and West, and having brought on an assortment of the FINEST WOODS, VE NEE RINGS, AC, he is prepared lo furnish his old customers, and as many new ones as can cro.vd into his ware rooms, with the most splendid lot of Mahogony, Rosewood and Dlackwalnut F tT U X B T U R E , Of every kladfrom the Cradle to the Coffin. As to prk'ps. he is determined NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD. He is hold lo sav that he can ofiwr vnn BETTER BARGAINS and BETTER WORK than von can get west of ButFtln: he has on I and, and is making All kinds of BEDSTEADS, on JSlew and Improved Plans; such as Lewis' Patent, Fowler's Patent, &c, &c. IJn not tail to give him a call. U-T He has got up a good Healse, and will attend funerals in town orcounlrv. Fremont, August 11), 1850. ' SELECT SCHOOL. ASklkct School will be opened in Fremont by Rev. F. S. Whitk. on Monday, October IStta. The Terms &c. will be made klimvn on application to him. He will give sperial ulleiitinn to those who wish to prepare themselves for teaching. Scholars frum abroad will tinil the expense of attending this i hool no greater than that of allendinsr the public schools of the town. The advantages will in all specie be at least equal to those of anv other school and in some rcspecis superior, on account of lite limited nuinher ol scholars. Fremont, Oct. 5, 185030:2 Dissolution. TVTOTICE is herein' civen that the co-nartuershln Jl i heretofore existing under the fiim of 'Roberts, Hubbard & Co., is this day dissolved. All ac counts of the company will be settled by Pease & noDerls. U. A. ROBERTS. F. B. HUBBARD, Sept 19, '5030:3 J. R. PEASE. GEORGE VAND O REN'S ESTATE. N'OTICE is hereby given that the subscriber has been appointed and qualified as administrator on the estate of Georce Vi.il Doren. late of Saudim. gv conntv.Ohio. C. EDGERTON. f remont, t-ept. 27 185030:3 NOTICE. ALL those knowing llipinf elves indebted to the estate of Samuel Uyder, either bv nute or book account, will do well by calling and settling immc- uiairtj, anu jou win save cosis, li not. costs will be made. For further pnrticulnrs cull ntEso. Greene's office. RACHEL RYDEU. Adm'rz. Oct 530:3 By JOHN RYDER, Ag't. FIRST INSTALLMENT. "Totice The StocKhoIders of the Fremont, Green ITS Sprincrg & Republic Plank Road Co notified that an assessment of 10 per cent, on their Capital Stock is hereby called for. the same to h? pa:d to Ezra Stoner, treasurer of said Comnanr, at vrrcou pniijfB wins, on or oei ore me JUlliuay of December lb'50. By order of the Board of Directors. R. iSMITH, Pres. S. H. Smith. Sec. October I, 1850. 30 SPERM sad Lamp Oil A first rate article for ala t S. Bucklaiid & Co's. Bulletin No. 1. GLORIOUS NEWS FROM Mend Quarters! The Returns are all in, and JflMS IS declared elected. The majority for Head Quar ters will range from 150 lo 200 tons of the most splendid variefv of Goods that were ever wafted nn li, R,n. nusny Kiver. Alter so close a coolest, thisip prob ably the greatest victory ever won bv mortal man. The news was telegraphed from Sandusky city, on Tuesday evening, and we immediately charter ed the steamboat Islander for three, ntr- haps four trips. "AM aboard passengers free." Anns is Vie sole Agent for the People's Line, TUROCOH BV DAYLIGHT WITHOUT LANDING ! Having secured . Tremendaus Low Freight by shipping our entire line of Goods in connection with llie Old .Establishment in Elvria, and bv wav r n...n . .i.... uir .1. . J J w. vrj, u i uuuin who nut, ule u&Ual Prices paid by small dealers, who ship by Buffalo. And having many friends to reward ana no enemies to punish, we propose Offering some inducements to the People of Sandusky and adjoining counties, That will drive the Old and Xew Combination into 3scr at rmr tht1 On the 28th day of September. We shall commence selling SO.OOO nounds all kinds of Iron for wagons at $3 HO per hundred. As we are the sole agents for this kind of iron, we can warrant it to be of the verv best quahlv or the Uasa snail be Refunded. 20,000 pounds best Eastern orWheeling Nails, at 4 per kes. 2.000 pounds splendid cotton yarn, warranted one thread to hold up the bundle, at only 874 cents per bundle. 109 cases Boots and Shoes, and the whole shall be sold on the low pressure system. Our slock of Ready -Made CLOTHING, is prooably the largest in North-western Ohio. We have prepared onr south room for the exclusive sale of Hats, Caps. Boots and Shoes, and Readv- .viane Clothing tor the lilltlies, we have a arge iiue 01 WINTER DRESS GOODS. And we can sell them splendid new style de Laines at lZi cents per yard. Real Scotch Ginghams at Is. some for less. Plaid Prints at 4 cents; 100 peicesat6J cents, ana we win warrant the cloth to have been worth more money before they ever went iuto the print worse. We ean onlv enumerate a small portion of our ponderous stock, but shall be disppointe ' f we do not see the whole country moving in one Grand Phalanx, for Mead Quarters! As il is the Old Regulator of the County! In all nrres and sections of the country, it has been uMomarr for people after sailing under one class ol Colors until they become old and tattered, to take another Mack.' In future we shall make a special charge for all velbatitn Circulars copied from Head Quarters. r7t Paid FOR ALMOST ETEISlf ARTICLE, Brought to this Market ly the Farmers. Head Quarters, ) Sept. 26th, 1850. j Stand from Under! 'irs on the FalUT TOPPING &. WEGSTEIST. ARE just receiving a large and splendid Fall and Winter stock of Boots aud Shoes, which Will be sold cheap for Cash It consists in part of Gents, Calf, Kip and coarse BOOTS & SHOES. Ladies Enameled Lace and Polka Roots? F.nm- led Excelsiors aud Buskins, aud a irreat varietv nf oiipprrs ann i les oi me uesi style. Lasting, Mo rocco nud calf LACE AND GAITER BOOTS. Misses Enameled Lace and Polka Boots; Mo- recco, Lasnng, Gaiter, and Lace Boots; Calf and Kip Boots, Morocco Buskins, Slippers and Ties. Children's enameled, lace, and nolka boots. Mo rocco and calf lace boots and shoes. , A general assortment of heavy Boots, for the coming season. Bovs', Youths,' and children's kin aud coarse boots aud shoes. A geueral assortmentof Ladies: Gents, and Mis ses Patent India Robber Boots and Over Shoes. Also, a large stock of Leather and shoe Findings, which we would be glad to have our city and coun try shoemakers exi.mine. Boots and Shoes from measure. Our town and country customers can have boots and shoes made to order at our shop. We have secured the services of several experienced work men, especially lor this branch ol our business, and any worn entrusted lo us will be warranted to FIT. and of GOOD STOCK. jW South Store in Tyler's block at the of the big BOOT. Fremont Oct. 5, 15 Latest Arrival OF Fall and Winter Goods!!! It is now universally admitted that Q1TORE is the place to buy Good and chea' Goods uud as he has opened one of the largest stocks brought to this market, he would say to his old customers, and all who make Fremont a trad ing p.Hce, to call and examine, bearing in mind that no establishment in the STATE OF OHIO!! shall undersell him in anv one article. His stock consists in part of Xi'SS fiS. W S3 S139 I 13 19 Si 9 Plain and fancy Alipaco, Thibut cloth.-, Muslin do Lain, Cushmeres, Ginghams, 500 pieces of calicoes warranted lust colors, iiroad clolh, diseameres, Sattinetls, Tweeds, Jcaus, Bed Ticking, Flannels, bleuched and brown Sheeting, Cotton varus &. bats. II A IS I WAKE " Of every description. Groceries, Crockery, Boots and Shoes, Huts and Caps, Sole and Upper leather. Paints and Oils, Dye stuff. IRON, NAILS AND GLASS, ., -. In short, he would say that his assortment is complete, and that he is prepared lo give those who will favor him with a call a grand benefit. Allkiuds of produce taken in exchange for goods. D. BETTS. Fremont, Oct. 2G, 1850. School Hoticc. THE Common Schools in Fremont, will open for the reception ol pupils on the first Monduy in October. It is directed by the Boaad of Education that un til further notice the pupiis attend respectively at the same rooms attended by them at the close ol' the last term. Teachers desirous of emplovment will file with the undersigned their proposals and certificates at thr earliest posible time. Bv order of the Boerd, HOMER EVERETT, Sec'y. Fremont, Sept. 21. lt?50 28:3 CARPENTERS can find Hand-saws, Draw knives, steel Squares, try Squares, plane irons, Nail Hammers, Hatchets. &"c. ofthe best quality at Hatkes' Cnr.r Store. W TT BC MZ2 3E3 To the Tax Payers of Sandusky County. Treascrer's Office, ) Fremont, August 28, 1850. THE tax payers of said county, will lake notice, that the following taxes have been levied there in for the year 1850, to wit: for state purposes 3. '20 mill on the dollar; for county $1000; lor countv debt 3000; for rchool $1000; for county infiniarv $1500; and for interest $500; amounting to 4.30 mills on the dollar. There has been levied for road purposes the fol lowing rates to wit: 1 ork township f.25 hundredths; Townsend 1.40 hundredths; Green Creek 1.33; Riley 2: Bullville 0.75 hundredths; Jackson 250; hundredths; Washington 1.50 hundredths; Scott 2; Madison 2.50 hundredths; Woodville 1.75 hun dredths; Rico 2.50 hundredths mills on the dollar. For township purposes in York 0.25 hundredth; Townsend 11.25 hundredths; Green Creek 0.75 hundredths; Riley 0 50 hundredths; Sandusky 0.25 hundredths; Jackson 0.30 hundredths: Scott 0.25 hundredths. In Ballville Township there is an extra levy for school purposes of 0.70 hundredths, and in Rice township for same purposes 2 mills on the dollar. There has also been levied the following special taxes to wit: for Woodville and Rollersv lie Free Turnpike 3 mills on thedullar valuation of all lauds within the legal limits of snid road. Forcorporation purposes in the town of Fremont 1.50 hundredths nulls. Jn r remont school district lor tuition pur' poses d.4U nunarctiins nuns; lor purchasing site an school house purposes d.& hundredltis. In school district No. 2 Scott township. 1 mill No 8 Townsend 1; Fractional District 8 Ballvill Whashingtou, &c. 1 mill; No. G Townsend I 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 Bull ville 1 mill; No. 8 Madison 1 mill; Ho. 2 Wood ville 1 mill; No. 5 Woodville 1 mill: No. 6 Rilev 1 mill; No 8 York 5 mills; No. 9 Jackson 2 milli No. 7 Woodville I mill: No. I Woodville 3.75 hun dredlhs: Ko. 1 Vork I mill: No. 2 Sanduskv mill; No. 3 Scott 1 mill; No. 2 Ballville 1 mill: N 11 Ballville 2 mills; No 2 Rice I mill: No 3 Town send I mill; No. 7 Madison 1 mill; Tract 7 Mad son and Woodville 1 mill; Tract No 13 Ballvihe & Green Creek 1.2a hundredths; Tract No. - Madi son and Scott 1 mill. Making the rates of taxation (excepting the special taxes above mentioued) l me several iutvusuij'S HB lOIIUWB lo Ti li: O fs Wan H 5 St s. York Towusend . - -. Greco Creek... Rilev 3.90i 4.301 3.20 4.30 12SI 1.50 0.251 0.25 9 00 9.25 9.5S 10.00 3.20 4.30 I.33 0.75 3.201 4.301 2.001 0.501 Ballville.. 3.20: 4 0 0.75! 4.301 2.201 0.500.7( 0.95 0.301 8.9 Sandusky. w 3.20 9.95 Jackson ....... 3.20i 4.30 k.50 10.30 Washington.... 3.201 4 301 1.50! 4.30 2.00 0.301 0.25 9.00 Scott 3.201 9. Madison 3.20 Woodville 3.20 4.30h2.50 0.25 10.00 4 30 1.75! 0.25 9. Rice , 3.201 4.301 2.50i 0.251 ?.0tl 12.00 The subscriber will attend at his office in Fremon until the 20th of December next for the purpose oi receiving taees, after which dav the duplicates will pass into the hands of deputy collectors, when pen ally and mileage will be charged on all taxes that remain unpaid 1 ax payers will aiso take notice that no ban notes except those of this state chartered under th new banking law will be received for taxes. O. MrliN TYKE, 27 Rreasurerof Sandusky County. Head Quarters REMOVED! ! Since the Great Explosion and Blow up at Head Quarters. J. S. OLMSTED, Has been to N. York Citya AND PURCHASED A LARGE STOCK Of New Goods, And is now prepared to supply all the former customers ol Head Quarters, in audition to his old friends and patrons who by their patronaare rendered OlmstedsEstahlishment Celebrated throughout Sandusky countv, as the most favorable place to buy their Goods. HE WILL STILL CONTINUE his Old Stand on the Turnpike, At Opposite WUyler's Tavern. In Lis assortment will be found B BLACK, Brown. Blue and Mixed cloth, black, mixed and fancy cassiineres, 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 paccas, and lawn cloths, shawls and dress hand kerchiefs, and the most fashionable fancy dress goods for the ladies that the New York market can ufiord. Bleached and brown Shirtings, Canton Flannels, Ribbons, Black Silk for Dresses, Sewing Silk, Checks, Yestings, Twist & thread, Comforters, Cohoe's Shirts and Drawers, Traveling Bags, Muffs, Carpeting, Waddings, Battings, Cotton Yarn, Carpet Warp, Carpetino;, and almost every description of ury vioocis mat are Kept in th Western Country. Groceries, Tea, coffee, sugar, pepper, spice, ginger, nutmegs. cloves, cinnamon, starch, salceratus, madder, indigo, alum, &c. Hard-ware, Cros-cut, mill, hand aud wood-saws; cross-cut, mill, and hand-saw files; S weed's iron, flat and round bars; cut and wro't nails; band & hoop iron; cast, spring-, fc Amoncan steel; Ames shovel, hay and manure forksj nail rods; White's Simmons' and Collins cast steel axes; besides ait extensive assortment of SHELF HARD-WARE, such as, Pocket-knives, table knives and forks, butts nnd screws; dooi hangingsand trimmings, &c, &c. Boots and Shoes, a very great variety and warranted waterproof. HATS & CAPS, A GOOD ASSORTMENT. Sole and Upper Leather, etc.; all ofthe above articles will be sold cheap for Cash, or ex changed for Wheat, Corn, Oats, Rye, Timothy, Cloveror rax-seeds, Hides. Sheep pelts, Butter, Lard, Eggs, Tallow and Wax. 33T Don't let those Shvlocks around where the laroe flags hano-out, make you believe that their stores are branches of Olmsted's Estab lishment, it is only gammon. Olmsted's Store is still on THE TURNPIKE, and Olmsted is there himself, to supply his friends. i remont, Uctober o, IBM GOLD PENS. T AGLEY'S Gold Pens and Pencils for sale cheap, at S. Uucklakd & Co'. WARRANTY, Mortgage, and Quit Claim Deeds for sale at the FREEMAN OFFICE. MONTEREY HOUSE : WOODVILLE, OHIO: BEXJAMIX MEEKER. 8 PE RF U ME R T! OSE Hair Oil, Ox Marrow, Bear's Oil Maocassar Oil, Bandoline Fixatrice, Philocomb, Cream of Roses and Lilys. Cologne, Rose and Lavendar Water, &c, &c, just received, at Bucklako's. To Met. THE STORE and WARE-HOUSE now oceu, pied by E. N. Cook, in Fremont. Possession given the 6th October next. Apply to R, P. BUCKLAND. Fremont, Sept. 1, 1?50. 2S BALLVILLE Woolen Factory ! Sandusky County, Oliio. 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 bevoud the manufactured Goods intends to stop the manufacture of woolen goods and turn all the hands and machinery at custom work, such as weaving Cassimers, Cloths, Satinetts, Linseys, rianueis, and Coloring and Dressing customers' cloths, in all their various styles, superior to any thing heretofore attempted. Ho has erected a drving house 1 00 feet in length, capable of drying 200 yards of cloth per dav, besides Hie out door bars. He uses fallinir slocks to fnll with, and other machinery sufficient to finish 300 yards of cloth per day. The machinery and hands win all be employed in weaving aud dressing clolh tor custon.ers during the season. He lias all the i.itlerent machines for dressing cloths Tliat arc used in Sew England Factories stich as Napping, Teaseling Shearing and Brushing ..latiimra, wmcn were bougl-.t in VYooster, Massa chusetts, and are in the best of order. The work men employed in his Mannfxctorv, have served a regular apprenticeship in Massachusetts, and work- auove nusiuees trom 5 to 20 years. And, mm ins eari) and lonff exnenence in the mannluc. luring Business, and by strict personal atteution to llie same, hopej to receive a liberal share of the puiiiic patronage. He has the FRENCH METHOD of Col oring and uses no Copperas or Vitriol, knowing the same to be injurious to the cloth He will warrant all of his work, both as to manufacture, colors and finish. Prices per yard for finishing Cloths Is 6d;' Ca simer5ls6d; Flannels Is; Satiuetts 14c; liinsevs Is; to full 5c. M Prices for weaving on Power Loom Cloths five quarters wide tfc; Cassimers five quarters wide 10c: Flannels four quarters wide 7c. Prices per yard for weaving aud finding Chain Satinetts 15c; Linseys Is. AH the cloths woven will be returned as they leave the loom, or finished at the abova prices as customers mav uireci. He has made Arrangements with the following persons at the places mentioned, to receive yarns and cloth, and deliver the same when returned. All yarns and clolh left with these persons will be taken and returned every two weeks throughout the season; O. L. Nims, Head Quarters, Fremont Baker's Store Castalia. Chapman & Harkness, Bellevne. Shoemaker & Osden, Republic. Silas D. Boalt, Mexico. . . M. Brackley, McCutchensville. J. Swagart & Co, Oregon. Parker & Shawan, Carey. Adam Battelfeld, SpringviNe. C. W. Foster & Son, Rome. E. W. Thomas, Risdoo. : Wm. Heller, Van Buren, - more. Arnold & Grey, Crowell & Burns, Mell- Henry Haskins, Portageville. W. Bradner, Millgrove. George Bautchtell, Freeport, J. Eaton & Co., Rollers ville. C. Powers, Wooodville. B. Caushan, Port Clinton. P. C. DEAN". Ballville, Sandusky Co. O. Augnst 3, 1850 21 A large and splendid stock of Fashionable Fall and Winter Goods, JUST RKCE1VKD FROM HEW YORK AND BOSTON, Purchased almost entirely with CASH! In the month of August, the most favorable seaaon, S NOW OFFDRED at the VERT LOWEST f Kici.S, for Cash, or Country Produce. These Goods were selected with ereat care. in regard lo 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, fec. (fee- can be found here, nnd shall be sold cheaper Ulan can be had elsewhere! Hats, Caps, Bonnets, . Hardware, Iron, Nails, Glass, Fish, Sole and Uppej Leather, Coffee, Teas, Oils, Crockery, Boots and Shoes, Ready-made Clothing, Molasses, Sugar, Yankee Notions, fec, &a, n truth all articles wanted in the western country. can be found and will be scid without regard to prom lor reacy pay. A. B. TAYLOR. Fremont, Sept. 18,1850. Irst Arrival from N. York! Just Received by Express, Only FOUR DAYS from the City! MOUS DE LAWS and Paramettas, Black silk and Fancy net Lace, Wrought muslin Collars, Velvet Trimmings and Buttons, Fall and Winter Shawls, Bonnet Ribbons, &c. fec, 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 opened here. The Ladies are invited to call and look at the above Goods. J. P. HAYNES & SON. August SO. One Cent Reward. ALL persons are forbidden harboring or trusting Samuel Cook, an indentured apprentice-to the Blacksmithing business, who absconded from me on the 8th ot spptember last, as I will pay no debts of is cormanuiirr irom miB aate Oct, si, l&oO. JACOB F. HULTS. Sa5c of Real Estate by order of f oirrt. ON the 31i-t day of October, Jc'50. between the hours prescribed bv law, at the door of the ourt House in Fremont, in the countv of Sandus- and state of Ohio, will be sold to the niHiest ddcr the following real estate, as the nronerlv nf aniel P. Newell, deceased, subiect to the rinht of dower ofthe widow, to wit: The west half of the south-west quarter of sec tion number thirty, township number five, range number thirteen, containing eighty acres more or Iras. Appmiued .it S40!) Terms' Cash in hand. E. HUN TINGTON, Administrator. September 1 1 , JKU li:o IAtcnj gfelf; Stable. IA SMITH, GIVES notice to llie citizens of Fremont, and the public generally, that he Mill continues tocar rv on the i.hove business in. all its branches and forms. He has made e.ddilions to his Btock of iroi-scs, Carriages, Buggies, &c$ and is now prepared to accommodate all who may :avor him with a cul. Horses and carriages Tor Pr.rtics or Funerals can be had at any moment. Covered and open bugoies Tor men of business or pleasure, on the shortest notice. Itiiiint; Horses of tho liest bottom, always on hand., The strictest attention paid, so that all who call shall be accommodated without delay. Teams for Carrying Passengers or Movers into any part of the country, alwavs on hand. Those wishing anv thing'in the above liner4ill do well to give him a trial, as he feels confident they will be satisfied, both as to teams and prices, the former warranted to carry pss-engers lo their desti nation iu the shortest possible lime, and the latter to be as reasonable as possible. By strict attention to business, he hopes to merit a liberal share of public patroniige. StafeSos N-ar!v opposite Norton's Foundry. Fremont, Njv. 2d, 1850. Wtiits Wood Lumber, .f-k P -It L. J. 1 . - . ' I I' " Binos ana clear stun lor sale hv W f eb eb. & O. H. FUSSELMAN. FR1MTCASII STORE! BOOKS! BOOKS! The subscribers have just received Decidedly the Largest and Best selection of 9 EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MA&KET Miscellaneous, Clasical, Medical and School Books, among which, the following are a few: The writings of GnWMshiniiAn kv i.ujs : 12 volumes. Prescott's Conquest of Peru, 2 volumes; do ' " do Mexico, 3 vols. do Ferdinnnfl nl fo.kll 9 I-.' do Miscellanies, 1 vol: Allison's History of Europe, 4 vols; Hildreth's United States. 3 vols: - Maccanley's History of England, 2 vols; HaIIhiii'i Wnrk,. J vnl. 1 , 1, V. )- T) j t " - " I B nuiHF, VOIP. Stephens' Yucatan; Greece; Egypt 2 vol each; Complete Works of Lorenzo Dowi Addison's Works; ' Burke's do. Josephos' Works I and 2 vole; Byron' do Silaksnesre'a Works. 1 and Q vols? jvuiinro niMory - aa - Chamber's Information for the People, 2 vols; - American Revolutions vols; Marshal's Washington, 2 volumes; Neal's Puritans, 2 vols; Life of Brant, 2 vols; mrs TjOgewortn-s vv orKS lu vols; Spark's American Biography, 10 vols: Memoirs and Administrations of the Presidents; Cooper's Naval History; Brand's Encyclopedia; Historv of the Girondists; - Life of Franklin; Mrs. Bremier'a Novels, complete in one vol; Harper's Family Library, 34 volumes: - do School District Library, J50 volume; do Clasical Library, 20 volume Swan's Treatise; - - - ' - - Swan's Miscellany; Webster' Dictionary, unabridged v do do .. . Large, revised; ' do , do . University edition;... J do do School edition; United State Dispenaatorv, late editon; L-1 i IJ . . ' r-1 . . uvcirv " . m. .in, juuenec i nerapeflUCS; Smith's Hand Surgery; ....- Watson' Practice; Hooper's Dictionary; SCHOOL BOOKS. OF ALL KINDS. M'Gufiey' Eclectic series of Readers; Ray's, Adams', Smith', Davis', Dabol's and Per kiu's Arithmetic: Clark's, Smith's, Well's, Burritt'e and Kirkam's . Grammar; - Smith's, Oloney's Morse's and Parley' Geogra- - pny, etc., ccc. STATI O NARY. Any quantity of Fool Cap, and Letter Paper plain and ruled. Gilt Edged and Embossed; Latter Eovellopes, of all kiads and styles. CALL AND SEE! At . ... aar m a 9 '. . Bnckland's Brick lilock. S. BUCKXAND As CO. . Fremont, Julv, 1650 17 List f Letters T) EMAIN1NG in the Post-office at Fremont, on j. v tne 1st day oi uctocer, reou. Asbudge & Beal Myers maryan rors. Almond Thoma Aemberth J G olHiKler K Miller Edwin R Metis David Mills Lee McFarlan Wm Baird Peter Brown sarah Ann mrs Bessnelte Christmas Bromley George W Mels David m Ball tiliot Bronner Pogi Bracker Aederman &c Brotter Loui Miss ; McNutt Calvin Monger Caleb ' ' Mclutvre John Miller Bradly Mackeron John -Machold G Nightongale Rev L Newoll JN Otl Fidel Bremer Joseph P Boardman Mr Bachtali John Butts Daniel 3 Cline Jacob Cole Howard PringleJoIin W Pruce Lysander Payton Mr Pharis John Crawford J R Cully Emilly Mr Conger Mathew Dana George 1 Debbert Abraham . Dreyfus Isaac Porter Harmon Pence , Pratt Esther Parristr John Endicott John B Ear'es Daniel Eastwood Thoma Ford John P Grace Thoma Gardner MP Gree J F Reed John Remmington Geo R. Robinson Henrv . Rider Jacob Rowlev Adrew Stin John ' v Fpohn Daniel SteAecson J P Garanb mrs E Gross Jacob Gore Henry Gardner William B Sanderson Rebecca riteve::son HE Gebbow Edward V Stahl Mary J B mis Harley Jucob Hanley Cornelius Hawley Joseph Higby Elijah H utFman sarah miss : Huntzinger Joseph -Holmes J M Honeywell William Higby Daniel Heuline John Husted mrs E C Johnson Henry Jems Jasper Klotz Juhn Logan Jacob -Lou as Eleanor Lee J Lily Andreas Lefler John Lesher miss Susannah Smith John . Shroud Henry Sower Robert Steven James Sevmour Raldh - Tiff Wm Thomar Christ Woudsley Ehaa WidnerJohn Whetsel Sila Wire John Working Philip Wiler Abraham Wooiworth Cnester " Wiechmann Hennch Wellman Luke B Wright Eliaa Vandersall Messer Vangilder Jeremiah German Letters Persons inquiring for anv of the above letter will sav advertised. W. M STARK. New Drug Store. S. BUCKLAND & CO.: DEALERS IS - Drugs, Paints, Oils, Dye-stuffs, Glass-ware, rnqsgene was and Lamps, dee., vc. THE subscribers have just opened a large stock of the abova articles, which with their former stock completes the largest and best assortment ever . brought to Fremont or vicinity ALL OF WHICH ARE WARRANTED. Phvsicians are respectfully requested to call - and examine our articles of Drug and Chemicals, as we are determined that Fremont shall bk th tows to buy Goods CHEAP. All onr merchants say ther are selling Goons CHEAPER than they can be bought in Sandusky, Tiffin, or any where else in these 'Diggins' aud are Determined not to be outdone by them in the way of LOW prices. O Coostrt Dealers, will find it to their ad vantage to bny of us any articles in our line, as wa are sure we can save them the transportation at least. PAINTERS and MECHANICS, using Paints of any kind who wish Goon Article can be supplied at the smallest possible advance from cost. White Lead pure Extra, No. 1, dry and ground in oil. Chrome Yellow, Chrome Green, Paris Green, Red Lead, Lampblack, Litharge, Varnish, Linseed OH, warranted to dry Turpen- 1 tine, &c. , &. Brushes of all sizea and kinds, at 20 per cent, cheaper titan ever; . GIVE US A CALL. - -Vt.3, BSucklatttVs Brick Block, Sign of the Big Mortar, jgjf -Fremont, Sandusky co. July 6, 1850 17 'First Grand Arrival OF THE SEASON! Head Quarters, HAVE this dav received bv Express lots of PRINTS aiid GINGHANS forthe early Fall Trade, and will be receiving New Goods from day to day nntil they get the Old Establishment, 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 Fiits. . Fremont. Anellst 21. ia50. Admiuistrator'a Notice. NOTICE is hereby given, that the followingx- ecotorsand administrators have fijed in the of fice of the Clerk of the court of common pleait, of Sandusky comity, their accounts current for final -settlement: Samuel Crowell and Jacob Hufford," . Ex'rs. of Levi Hnftbrd: Charles S. Shntts, Adm'r. of the estate of Gabriel T. Shntts; George Over-" mire. Adin'r. of the estate ef John Blobaker: Chris- -tian Doncvson, Adm'r. of the estate of Christian Stibley: Joseph Garn, Ex'r. of the estate of David Garn; George Wales, Adm'r. of the estate of Ja. cobUlch; Michael M'hrii'e, Adm'r. of the eetat of Lester Allen and Chester Edgerton, Adm'r of the estate of Stephen C. Smilh. - ,. . CAPPER, De-id CPk. Fremont, Sept. 95 1?50. '