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"Mrs. Partington, according to the N. T. Tri bune, has beeu in New York.and wbile there! witnessed a play written by Spokeshare, called "Just as you liko it." She says a man named Jake, spoke a pieco called the 'Seven Edges,' and it made such an expression upon her, that thatUeearned it by heart It was as fol lows: !.;: All the World'a singe. And all the men and women merely passeuger; They have their axes aud their entry wu)s. And one man keeps time aud plays his part. And alt th? axes have seven edges. First the baby Mewing, &c, in its nurses arms;. And then Uia wiuuing school-buy with his scratch awl,' .:- - - And shiny mnurums face, running like a snail Unwittingly to school', then the lover, truing I ke a foundry with aa awful huntinge Mjde fur his mistress's eyebrow'; then the soldier, Zealous in horror, scrubbing a stick id quarrel, Seeiue the blubber refutation Into tha camion mouth, then a justice o' the peace In fair rouud belly with good arou lined; His eyes so sore, and beard of normal cut. Fall ol old hand saws and modern mischances; And so he brays his purl; the sixth edge tinners Into the lean and slippery pair of pantaloons With youthful hoes, welishaved, a world to wide For his crook shauk: and his big hoselg voice. Turning a grain towards hord ispeeple, pipes And miixles in his sooud and last of all . That ends this strange repeulful history, In cfnml ehildshness aud mere paviliou Sands' teeth. Sands' eyea. Sands' tasting. Sands ' A few sveniny-s since, as the down train on the Little Miami Railroad ran into Morrow, on the usual announcement of "twenty minu tes for indiaesalioa.' a little Frenchman boun ced out, leaving a wifejand two or three child ren who declined refreshments, and proceeded to receive thirty cents worth of head-ache and heart-burn. Having accomplished this, he paid bis three dimes at the door, lit a fine cigar and azain soutrht the cars. But in the mean while the trnin from Cincinnati under care of our friend Hasen, had run m oetween the Sandusky train and the eating house, and on the platform of one of these our friend, the Monsieur, under the impression that all was right, took his stand and calmly sent puff after putt ot curling smoke into tne irosty nigni. la a second, the shrill whistle startle tne lazy eaters, rang a farewell note and rattled off, one with the trenchman's tamily bound lor the Queen City, and the other with the father of vounsr r ranee kxkiui forward to .Luke trie. The Frenchman continued to smoke until Hazen accosted him with a request to show hia ticket The Frenchman cooly produced his card. "This is not right," said the con ductor.' -Ah, yes, vera good, de udder conductor give ma zis at ze toun vat you call him. Eh vat Jlenee. You see V . "I see -you're in the wrong box, old fel low." , : . - ' "Ze wrong box. Oh ! vat you mean ? . "I mean that vou are on vour wav to Springfield instead of Cincinnati that's all." The Frenchman looked blank for a second, bat an idea entered his brain, and he bright coed up. s "Ah lyes, I see, joke ver good, Ha! ha! joke and get fat You ver fat, ha! ha!" This allusion somewhat anoyed Hazen, and lie left the benighted Monsieur to discover his .. . . i ; j; 1 own error." in a lewmmuies, naving uiusneo Ins cirrar. be set out in search of his 'better half!" A tasty rush through, the cars soon satisfied the Door fellow that the "toke ' was one that he could not now very well laugh at, He ran to Mr. Hazen: "Ah, Mr, Conductor, stop ze railroadstop ze railroad I am von ruined man I do not vanttogo Ztnduskee I go vis my leetle familee to Cincinnati" "Too late I can't help it now." "Vat shall I do? I vill jum out!" Three or four passengers here interposed and held the suffering little gentleman in their arms, while he continued his dismal lamenta tions, mixed up with hard swearing. Ab. my poor leetle familee my lettle baggage ze enfant ze tronk- ze bandbox ohyvy did I lake ze suppar vis de sassage in ze pie. - I vill, iurap out !" One of the passenger here suggested that sit Aenia he could telegraph to Utncinnati and learn th whereabouts of his afflicted family. This somewhat quieted our merciful friend. When the cars stopped at the little flourishing post town, Frenchy was landed. He rushed to the telegraph office, and directed a message to the clerk of the station here, who kindly ran through the hotels and found the forsaken family under the guardianship of our friend Hendrickson, the popular bost of the Wavely . House.; The next train brought own the little Frenchman who was soon in the arms of his "leetle familee." Cin. Gazette. FIIiE A3f MABLE r j s u it si .v c j?. THE undersigned would call the attention of merchants and others having property expos ed to loss by 6 re or the perils of navigation to the superior advantages offered by the ' PROTEtTIOX lASrRAXCE COMPANY, Of Hartford, Connecticut. 1. Rates of premium aalow as those of any other RESPONSIBLE office. 2. A speedy and satisfactory adjustment of lous 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 choaen. '4. Awards promptly paid in specie, bankable foods, oreaehangeon N. York, Charleston, Balti more, New Orleans, St Louia, Louisville, Pitts burgh or Cincinnati, at the option of the insured. O Pamphlets setting forth the mode and princi ple of adjusting losses rates of premiums clas sification of hazards, &c, &c, furnished to the customers of the offics free of charge. For farther information apply to tha undersigned who is fully authorized to insure dwelliugs, stores, hotels, Warehouses, mills, manufactories, barns, &e., dec. . ALSO ' household furniture and goods, wares and merchan dize contained or stored therein, against lost or damage by fire. ALSO dry goods, groceries, manufactured goods, produce, household furniture, live stock, and every other de scription of merchandize or persouBl properly, ship ped or to ba shipped per good steamboat, or boats to and from points on the western waters, or be tween eastern eitiea (via lakes, or other inland route) and any towns in the western country, againit th hazards of inland transportation. t A 119 hipments of goods, wares and merchandize, per good vessel or vessels, between New Orleans aud oilier Golf porta between all American ports and English or European ports, or to any maralime port whatsoever in the AtlajUie waters, against the per ils of the seas. R. P BDCKLAND, Aoent, - Hartford Protection Insurance Co. -Fremont, Jan. 5, 1S50 t3-3m . TENTH INSTALLMENT , To tbe Lower Sandusky P. Road Stock. THE stockholders of the Low. Sandusky Plank Road Company, are hereby notified that an assessment of ten per cent, on their capital stock, it hereby colled for. the same to he paid over lo Johu R. Pease, Treasurer of said Company, in Fremont, on or before the 1st dav of J muv JAMES JUSTICE, I'res't. La Q. Rowson, Sec'y. Fremont, Sept. 21, 1850 8 .... Mason Kinney' Estate. NOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber has been duly appointed and qualified as the Exec utor of the estate of Mason Kinney, late of York township Sandusky county, deceased. .All persons having claims against said estate will Dreseut them duly authenticated for payment. V , , SAMUEL E. WALTER, . fork, Nov. 7,1850. - FARMING IjAIVBS FOB SALE. npHE SUBSCRIBER will sell the folk.w ing described Faeminq Lanes on the most reasonable terms, both as to price and credit: - sasdcsky county: SAVDUSKY TOWNSHIP. ' R. Tp. Sec. Acres 15 5 23 s part s e qr ) kn'n as day town ,r 26 w pt ne qr j improved 139 , " " 17 s e qr of s e qr 40 " " aOswqrneqr - 40 " " e hit nw qr. 80 " " 32 e qrsw qr 80 " " 1 1 s fraction se quarter 32 " " 13 sw fraction 135 " " 13 w part n w quar 80 " " 14 c part fraction 02 south part fraction 1 " " 23 north part north east quar 73 " " 24 north part north westquur 78 " " 26 south enst fraction 106 " ' " 30 east lilf north west quar 80 " " " west h!f north east quar 80 A number of the above tracts of land are improved and within one and two miles of I remonu WASHINGTON' TOWXSI1IP. R. Tp. Sec. Part ' Acres. 8Q 160 14 6 25 north hlf south east qr 4 20 north west quarter " west hlf north east quarter 80 north east qr south west qr 40 27 north halt 320 north east qr south west qr 40 east half 320 28 " " " north west quarter 160 nort, hif south weEt qUar gO " " 29 east half 220 " " 32 north half noth east quar 80 80 south east south west qr frac 49 " " 32 south half south east quar 80 160 80 80 160 109 " 33 south west quarter o west hlf soutn east quar " ' 34 west hlf south west quar "5 31 north east qunrter " " 8 frac txc se qr & exc ne qr 9 " west hit south west qr i 87 19 west hlf north west qr 5 Maumee Road Tract No. 121 ) This tract has about 40 acres improv SCOTT TOWNSHIP. ed., 13S R. Tp. Sec Part. Acres. 13 4 26 south east qr north east qr 40 east hf soulii east qr go " " 35 south east qr north cast qr 40 east hlf south west quarter 80 " " 30 no; th eas. qr north west qr 40 " " 15 sonth cact qr north east qr 40 WOODVILLE TOWNSHIP. R. Tp. Sec. ' Part. Acres. 13 6 10 west hlf south east quar 80 " " . " west hlf north east quar 80 " " 9 east hlf south east quar , 80 " " 8 north west quarter 160 .. CaSt hlf south west qr 80 " " 9 west hlf north cast qr 80 " " 10 north east qr north west qr . 40 " " ' " east hlf south east quarter ) - 10 acres improved, and log house. J . " 15 . north hlf north east quar 80 " - " north hlf south east qr 80 " " " south hlf south east qr 80 " " south west half - . . . 160 " " " south hlf north west qr 80 "' " " north east qr north west qr "40 " " 17 sourh hlf north eest qr 80 " " 22 north hlf north west qr 80 '' south hlf noth west qr 80 " " " north hlf south west qr 80 " " " north hlf north east qr 80 " 25 north west qr north west qr 80 16 5 17 west hlf south east qr 80 BALLVILLE TOWNSHIP. R. Tp. See. .. Part Acres. 15 4 1 n e pt und of 50 acres improved ""27 west hlf south east quarter 80 GREEN CREEK TOWNSHIP. 16 4 17 north hlf north east quarter 80 north l west qr south east qr ) 10 acres improved. j RILEY TOWOSHIP. orth west quar ived. j 160 50 acres improv 21 . cast hit south west qr 60 80 80 80 west hit south eest qr west hlf north east qr east hlf north west qr RICE TOWKSHIP. 15 6 25 south west hlf north west qr 80 north hlf south west qr 80 east hlf south eastqr 80") " 26 north west qr north eastqr 40 1 30 west hlf south west or 80 I 200 known as Bowsan farm, 60 acrs impro'd J 16 6 30 north east qr south west qr 40 ; " " north we6t qr south east qr 40 u u north east qr north west qr 40 1 OTTAWA COUXTY. u 2 16 5 23 " 21 U tt tt t 4 tt tt tt 15 6 25 '.MM o 26 16 30 R. T. Sec. 13 7 21 tt tt 22 6 3 Part. A.cres. Or 08 Ot ir 08 08 08 100 80 80 160 40 80 325 160 85 80 81 80 160 164 88 89 west hlf s e quar 4 south hlf s e quar 5 south east qr s w qr 6 south east quar 11 south hlf n w quar north hlf s w quar 14 north west quarter 23 8 e quar s e quar I north hlf u 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 s 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 14 80 40 158 80 310 south hlf n w quar frac 81 cast hlf s w quur 60 3 west hlf fraction 325 north east quar frac 163 north hlf s e quar 80 4 north Jilf fraction 329 north hlf s e quar 80 13 17 south hlf 320 north east qdarter 100 cast hlf n w quar 80 23 north hlf 320 13 north cast quarter 1G0 14 south hlf 320 22 whole 640 14 north east quarter 160 11 south half 320 1 2 north east quarter 160 north hlf s w quar 80 north hlf s e quar 80 13 south half 320 north hlf n w quar 80 20 whole 640 28 south half 320 14 15 32 north hlf 320 34 north hlf 320 35 north hlf n w quar 80 30 south half 315 32 west half 320 north east quarter 160 S3 north half 820 - 36 east half s w quar " " 80 26 south west quarter 160 - west hlf 6 e ouar 80 6 11 east part n w quar 80 ( 23 east part s w quar 80 16 ' 12 west hlf s w quar 80) .13 west hlf n w quar 80 V 60 acres improved ; 7 30 south w qr n w qr frac 39 14 4 north hlf s w quar 80 5 south east quarter 100 6 south west quarter 156 8 31 south hlf n e quar 80 north hlf s e quar 80 7 6 north w quar s e quar 40 7 north east quar 1C0 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 hlf 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 320 south east quarter 160 6 7 north e qr s w qr frac 44 21 south hlf s w qurr 80 south w quar n w quar 40 north e qunr n w quar 40 7 5 north hlf s w quar 80 WOOD COUNTY. . R. T. Sec Part. A cres. 9 4 5 south half 320 7 west half fraction 319 18 north w quar fractiou 159 7 6frc24 north half 320 11 . 13 whole fractional 382 14 do do 270 12 4 22 south hlf s e quar 80 United states Reserve at Pcrrysbursh, 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 hlf s w quar 80 10 west hlf s c quar 80 east hlf n e quar " 80 1 1 west hlf n w quer 80 12 north hlf n e quar 80 14 5 west hlf n e quar 80 north west qvarter 160 north hlf s w quar 80 6 east hlf n e quar 80 south east quarter 160 south hlf s w quar 80 7 north hlf n w quar 80 north w quarn e quar 40 It. P. nCJCKIiANM. FREMONT, Sandusky co. Ohio ) April 13, 1850. j C II K A 1 E R Y E TI ! toves ! Stoves 1 1 New Store Store in FreiaoBt, Ohio! THE subscriber is just receiving at his shop ou Main street, one door south of O. L. . Nim's store, any quantity of PREMIUM," NIAGARA, HOT-AIR, ' Hathawnv'a improved Teu Plate and Box Stoves, and better than all, VVilkson's & Co.'a Kitchen Witch! Principal Patents in 1S37, '38, '42, '4V, & '49. The proprietors of this Cooking Stovr, with en tire confidence, claim Tor it the merit or being the very best in the world, either as to economy, conve nience, or durability. Call aad examine it, andsat- islv yourselves. I offer the above lot of Stoves at a small advance above cost, and with everv varietv of Tin, Copper and S&eet Iron Ware, and will furnish on reasonable terms, Eave-trovght Gutter and Conductor Pipe, and all articles in my line warranted to be what I represent them. runners, Merchants and others are invited to cull before purchasing elsewhere, as 1 am deter mined to make it an object tor them to do so. J will ulso par a fair price for all ki:ids of merchanta ble Produce. CASH PAID For any Quantity of hcep Pelts. O. H. FUSSELMAN. October 13, 3 1 -6m. COME IN, WE CALL YOU! IVEWFIiLW, 3 JEW tiOORS, A"I PEASE & ROBERTS, H HAVING taken the old stand of J. R. Pease, und purcliitKfd llie entire stock of Pease & Ruherls, sre now having il redeiitlied with llie latest aud most desirable patterns of COOK, HALL, PARLOR, Air-Tight, Sis-Plate and Box Stores, ever offered in this market, which wilt be sold at Wholesale or Retail; to suit purchasers, and for which we will take your Hides, Skins, Rags, Beeswax, Tallow, (fee. Old Stoves bovijht and sold, or exchanged for New Ones. Give us a call. Dnn'l forget llie place, Pease's Brick Block. JVO. Is at the sign of the Stove. J. B. Fur particulars call nt our establishmeal; Advice, gratis. Femonl, Sept. , 1840. Lester audcrcook's Estate. ALL persons indebted lo the estate of the late i.ester Vundf rc-ooh, are hereby notified that immediate payment must be made to the under signed, or costs will be made. A COLES, Administrator. Fremont, May 25. 1650. II s WEEDS mid Pittsburgh Iron at Hay nks. w H1TE LEAD. Pure. Extra. No. 1. Dry ana ground in Uil, lor sale chenp, at Bvckland's. BIBLES A large lot of Family Bibles from $ 1 50 lo $6. Also, Pocket, Clasp, Tuck, and Polyglolt Bibles and Testaments at Bockland'8. WOOD WANTED ! A NT quantity of good Hickory and Ash Wood will be taken on subscription at the Fart mar Office. IllllSllilillllJ ONE MOMENT IiAl3ES AXIS CESTLEMEJI! Large Additions and increased facilities FOU SKLL1NU LAUGE QUANTITIES OF DRY 003DS AND GROCERIES, AT LOWER PRICES THAN EVER! D A V I.D B E T TS , Having just purchased and received A LARGE STOCK OF GOODS, will now ex hibit to the public the best assortment EVER BROUGHT TO FREMONT! and will sell at as reasonable and low prices as nn other estublisriinent in Sandusky county. Ever thankful to a discriminating public, for the patron age by wliK-h 1 have been enabled to reach my present position, I hopo by strictly attending to ba sines8, and the interests of the public, to nierit a continuance of their favors. My slock of Broadcloths, Cassiiners, Testings, and Gentlemen's wear generally, will be offered at VERY LOW PRICES! The attention of the ladies is particulaily called to our extensive assortment of Dress Goods, which consists in part of Silks, Gro ile Nap, Grodo Rhine, &c; plain and figured Silks and Satins, and if they do not suit look at their beautiful variety of figured and plain de laines, cashmeres, prints, &c, and then examine his general variety of edgings, rr.ull edgings, ribbons of every description, and ev ery oilier article in that line; by that time you will want to look at hia . SMlEnbilJ uarictji of Sljarols, which for beauty, richness and durubililr, cannot be surpassed in this markt t. His stock oif II A IS D W A Ii E , Consists in part of cable, log, trace and halter chains; mill, cross cut, hand and back saws, an vils, vises, broad axes, adzses, lochs, augurs, bra ces and bils, and in fact, every article usually kept in hardware stores. All of which will be sold at Unparalleled Jjow Prices. His assortment of iron, nails, glass, crockery, cutlery, &c, &c, is complete. American, Swedes aud Old Sable iron in any quantity, selliiig at a mere song. . BOOTS AND SHOES, for ladies, gents, boys and niissesiu a great variety, at prices to suit the times. Also a large assort ment of Heady-marte fJlotFiing, at city prices. He would also 6ay to the public tlmt he has made extensive arrangements to go into the WOOL TRADE! and is now prepared lo buy And pay CASf! for any amount that can be had. Therefore bring it on, together with your produce of every description, aad you will find a ready market and the highest prices at DAVID BETTS' Fremont, Mav 25ih, 1850. THE DREADFUL SC0lpH0E We hen jv let Sanduskv know. . That HA'YVKINS JIM, CALDWELL & CO., Have opened bliop to work tor all, Who'll please to favor with a call : We've Bedsteads, Lounges, Tables too, All kinds of Carpenter work we do We'll mend a Chair, a Tahle, Stand, Or Make them all for Cash in hand : Repair a Door and case the same, Hang with hinge or make the frame, Put on the lock with bolt or bars, And if needs be we'll mend your Stairs: Indeed, there is nought of wood that's made, But we'll attempt and please if PAID. And as money makes the mare to go We're bound to sell our labor LOW ! For instance : Such as others sell Of Bedsteads, we will make as well, And one-third LESS our price shall be, If this 3-ou doubt, just come and see, But, where's your Shop? 'tis close at hand, We've taken the Democratic stand Opposite Brainard's, on Croghan street, We'll gladly public custom greet. Fremont, July 13, 1850. 18 The Bed-Bug Guillotine. Much pleassd to find we've not beeu slighted, IK those whose custom we've invited, And grateful thanks we make to all Who've bovght aud PAID or made a call. Encouraged thus, ugnin wo'll show The aforesaid shop of JIM &. CO. (Now don't mislhke and flewhere go, To Stevenson's or S.nglfsbaugh Ojio up the hill, the other below, And tints attempt to jump Jim Crow; For if yon do we'll 1ft you know, We'll uot admit you 10 the show ) We've bought the patent the county's mine, W mean the bed-hug Guillotine. Then come ye all who love sweet napping, Without such ticitfhmg, jcrhngi cralckingt As found with bed-steads poorly made, Br such as learn but half the trade. Whose pins, aud holes, and poiuts attest All will compose the clincher's rest, From whence they rally nt dead ot night, And pierce your veins with venom bite. Jf clean you wish to keep vour rugs Your shelves and blankets from the Bugs Come buy of us and you shall find There's nothing like the Guillotine. But what's the mode? come, tell your plan, We'll buy your bedsteads to a man! We've bought the patent, as said to you Called the lr.ranibitltzting Screw. So close they press the bugs together You'd sell them well A r harness leather; And if you get Van Doreu's price "You'll pay fur bedsteads in a trice; For three and twenty cents together Hej-ttys will bay a pound of leather. But our liquid fadge is best of all, A buttle we give lo each that call; Its easily given, easy to lake Sure to kill aud no mistake. By presing gently on the pate The mouth tlies open like a gate: There, drop one drop enough is said And 111 ensnre the crealne's dead. Good law! ha nmssa, what a dunce, 'd belter kill the brute at once, So easy done just by a squeeze, Just do good lady as yon (dense. 22 Steam Mill for Sale. THE subscribpr now offVrs his new Steam imli for Sa.Sc sifuate on the Ilidge Road, ttlout ten miles eater!y from Fremont, aud only 1W) rods from the Maunsee und Western lie serve Turnpike Road, aud will. in about 25 rods of the surveyed line of ll;e Wellington aud Toledo Railroad. The mil! is n snperior one, in all respects, being in a healthy location, having the very best of water, that winch will not corrode a hoitrr, The building is of ihe most substantia! kind, 35 hv 61 feet, fitted to saw logs 30 feet long. Ilnvine two circular saws aud a niHchh.e for sowing felloes attached, and sufficient power in ihe eninr to drive the whole, and the boiler lurge enough to make the steam, and more too. ABUNDAXCE OF TIMBER, all around, aud men thut have got the snap to them to haul it; there being no less than seventy teams astir in one day last winter, attached to some forty sleds and boats; and every ten days of good sled ding is equivalent to about one thousand logs. Any person wishing to get large contracts for the Ra Iroad, or wishing to enter into the lumber busi ness will find it to their advantage to call aud see for themselves. : And any person anticipating building a Mill, can op equally as well to call, for they can half pay for one while they would be building. The building being so framed, as to be easily taken dowu aud set up would require but little time to remove it. The subscriber has also 105 acres of good laud about forty acres cleared, a good frame Rarn, a young Orchard of over one hundred grafted Apple trees, most of which are bearing, with Peaches, Pears, Plums, Cherries, Quincjs, Grapes, &c. &e which have also commenced bearing. The mill and farm will be sold separate or together, to suit purchasers; and liberal terms of payment given. For further particulars enquire of F. I. NORTON, Fremont, or the subscriber on the premises. W. L. CURTIS. York, August 3, 1850. - (Li" A quantity oT seasoned wagon and baggy felloes, together with an extra quality of narrow lath, and lumber of all kinds kept constantly on hand, cheap as can be had at any other mill in the country. 21:6m W. L. C OVERWHELMING - E8TIMONIESS ' " . ' OVER HALF A MILLION OF TESTIM0NI als have been received by the Pioprietor of , . . McALISTER'S AI.-LHEAL1NG OINT MENT from Physicians Ihe most skillful and ce lebrated, from Counsel lors learned in the Law, jpf from Judges of celebrity SgS, on the Bencn, trom Min--rS' isters of the Gospel, 4gP whose undeviating in AJggS irgrity have made them "vSjEgirtjjiggS?" turning lights in the -"-SEr-r- rath of Truth, from en lightened Piota loirs, fnm acuta Merchants, and from those of everv stati n, name and degree among mankind all f which, without one d s senting objection, jronounce this Ointment to be UOUD. - . As dav bv dav it unobtrusively extendi its sphere of action olon j the borders of our vast coun try, and is circulated tnrougioui, us extent, new evidences of its power and ne w proofs of Hs effi cacy are continually developed. Three millions ol" 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 Eyea, Quinsy, Croup, Rheumatism, Broken Dreast, Ague in the Face, Corns, tec. Tt completely restores the INSEN SIBLE PERSPIRATION, and by this means opens those avenues bv which Nature intended to expel the morbid maticr of the body Hihs 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 names of . . ;. AU-Healiii? 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. 1 have used it for the last fourteen years for all diseases of the Chest, Consumption, and Liver, involving the utmost danger and responsibility, and I 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 Slates. - J. McALISTER, Sole Proprietor, 141 Fulton St. N. Y. S. BGCKLAND & AO, 19 Only Agents for Fremont. JOY TO THE WORLD! . Perry Davis' Vegetable Pain-killer. For the instant cure and entire eradication or all pain INTERKAL AKD EXREHNAL REMEDY. No matter where the pai n is or of what nat are this v, ill reach it. Beware of CountcrfeHs: Cantion!! ALL persons are hereby cautioned against mak ing application for, or purchasing Davis' Pais Killer of J. Sanford Gregorv, ,rft of Mau mee City. He was formerly anafrent for the sale of the gen uine niedicnes but recently it has come to the knowledge of the proprietors thnt he is mnhufar;-. luring and vending u SPURIOUS ARTICLE, putting il up nearly in the same style as the genu ine, publishing a pamphlet copying our directions nearly verbatim, and using one of the heads of oni advertisements, (' Instant Cure of Pain ") as a name for his spurious compound. l:i order mo succesi-fully lo carry on this outra geous fraud he has within the past two weeks, made appliatiou to our western office at Cincinnati, for another supp'.y of the gennine to sell lo those he cannoi gull with his spnrinus stutf, but his agencf is hereby revoked, and lie will not receive any farther supply of the Genuine, and ull porsons who value life and health, and wish lo purchase the genuine PEER T DA VIS' PAIN KILLER, must see that al'deness of the orig inal inventor is on each bottle, rid purchase of such agents only as are named below. 1. N. Harris, General Agent. New London, Con necticut, May 4th, 1850 Western Office, No. 7, College Building, Cincinnati, T. H. C Allen, Superintendent. ....Chas. Powers &. Co , agents lor Woodville Gideon Match, agent lor uatt- ville: and S. BUCKLAND & CO., June 22:3m Sole agents fo. Fremont. Shaker Sarsaparilla, IN QUART BOTTLES, AS PREPARED BY 1I. S. I. HOWE, Needs hut one trial to establish its merit as the BEST SARSAPAUILLA. TT VER discovered for the cure of the numerous JJ diseases arising from a debilitated aud derang ed stale of the system. Female complaints, Liver complaints, Scrofula, Biles, Pimples or pustules on the face, chronic sore Lyes Kmgworm, or tetter, scald head, rheumatism, pains in the hones or joints, aud alt diseases arising from an injudicious use of mercury. Purify the B!ooct nd all is well. A REMARKABLE CURE. Columbus, Indiana, June 5th, 1850. Messrs. S. D. Hovttfc Co. Gentlemen: About six months since I was attacked with what my fam ily physician culled Bilious Pneumonia, which be c:ime sealed deeply on my lungs, and after my phy sician had broken up the fever my lungs still seem ed lo be seriously all'ected. I had no appetite what ever: iiiy skin seemed to have lost its action aud function, there was no perspiration, aud in fact uiv- sell as well as my friends had given me up as incur able in consequence of my complexion of disease, and age, which ts about sixty vears, until one of niv neighbors called to see me, who some lour months since was aniicted similarly to myself, and had pur chasod a couple of bottles of Dn. S. D. Howe's CoaiPoCNii JLxtract of !s aks pa r i li. a , and it gave her such speedy relief, she prevailed on me to pur chase a bottle and try it. 1 done so more lo gratif my friends than that 1 had any expectation ol being bent h ted by the medicine, out beiore 1 hud taiieu the whole of oue bottle my strength and appetite began to improve rapidly as well as my skin, began to perform its proper function. I purchased the second bottle, and by the time it was all taken 1 was resored to as good health as I have enjoyed fur the last twenty years. Mrs. L. M'KINNEY. Dr. S. Jackson a distinguished physician of Indi ana certifies to the above cure, and uses Dr. Howe's Shakkr Sarsaharilla in his private practice aud recommends its use for all diseases arising from a vitiated state of the blood and system. Such testi mony is of more real value than pages of ordinary advertisements. The great success which has attended the use of Dr. S. D. Howe's bhaker Sarsaparilla since its in troduction in the western states, has established its character in this section of country. This is the onlv Sarsaprilla 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. D. ilo tce's Shaker Sarsa parilla and take no other. tuart Bottles f$ t per botne or or b bottles tor Ja FOR SALE BY S. BUCKLAND & CO., Fremont, Sandusky county. Whelden & Rhodes, Sandusky city, George Ebert, Tiffin, And by DR. S. D. HOWE & CO., Proprietors, No. 1 , College Hall, Cincinnati, O. To whom all orders must be addressed. 17 Land for Sale. FTU1E following lands belonging to the De Forest X heirs will be sold V JK 1 t n r A r , as the owners are anxious to dispose of them. They are situated near Sandusky Bay on Big Pickerel Creek, in a well settled neighborhood. Description. Acres, west h'f south-west quar 80 north-east quar 160 north-west quar 160 south-east fraction 90 south-west quar 120 OO acres of J in Ottawa county, embracing every variety of soil, limber and prairie. Settlers can be accommodated with such tracts as they may wish, nnd the prices will be not more than half such lands would sell for in Illinois or Wisconsin GEO. B. SMITH. Sandusky City, June 29, 1850 16:3m YOUNG Hyson Tea of superior quality at Ha iKV.s'. M ON ROE'S Tonic, a certain cure for Fever and Ague for sale onlr at S. BUCKLAND & Co's. AMP aud Tanner's Oil at Hatfes'. Rge. Tp. Sec. 17 5 6 - 17 5 6 17 5 6 16 6 36 16 6 36 MARRIAGE T"; WHY SO OFTEN UNHAPPY.- THE. CAUSES AND THE IlEMEDY! Many; and many a wife endures years of bodily -raftering and of mental anguish, prostrate and kelp- . iess, embittering her life, tlmt of her liusband, ana hazarding the future welfare of her children,. arising from causes which, A norm, would have spared the raftering, the anguish to tbe wife, and to tbe has-. band embarrassments aud pecuniary difficulties bav . ing their origin in the mind being weighed down ana harassed in consequence of the sickness of the com panion of his bosom. .... How important that the causes should be known to every wife, to every husband, that the dreadful and harrowing consequences to the health and hap piness of both may be avoided ! Life is too short and health too precious to admit any portion of tbe one to be spent without the full enjoyment of tbe ether. Tbe timely possession of a little work entitled, as follows has been the means of saving the health and die life of thousands, as over TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND copies have been sold since the first edition was is sued. The author has been induced to advertise it by a the urgent and pressing request of those who have been indebted to its publication for all they hold dear (that all may have an opportunity of obtaining it), and who have favored him with thouiBnds of letters of encomium, some of which are annexed to the adver- . tiaement. , " . . THE MARRIED WOMAN'S Private Medical Companion. ' BY DR. A. M. MAUR1CBAU, ' raorssaoa or diseases of wo mem. Twentieth Edition. 18wi0 pp. 230. Pnee tl.OQ. THIS WORK IS INTENDED ESPECIAL LY FOR THE MARRIED, or those contempla ting marriage, as it discloses important secrets which should be known to them particularly. Here, every female the; wife, the motbel, the one either budding into womanhood, or the one in the decline of years, in whom nature contemplates an important change cau discover the causes, symp toms, and the most efficient remedies and most cer tain mode of core, in every complaint to which her sex is subject. " The revelations contained in its pages have proved a blessing to thousands, as the innumerable letters received by the author (which he is permitted by the writers to publish) will attest: SICKLY AND ITJVIIAPPY WIVES. Extract of a Letter from a Gentleman in Dayton, O. "Datton, May I, 1847. " Dr. A. M. Mautuceau My Dear Sir: The Married Woman's Private Medical Companion for which I enclosed oue dollar to your address, came safely to hand. I would not have troubled yon with . these few lines, but that I am impelled by sense of gratitude, for myself and wife, to give utterance to oar sincere and heartfelt emotions. My wife has been perceptibly sinking for some three years or more, in consequence of her great an guish and suffering some months before and during confinement; every successive one more and more debilitated and prostrated her, putting her life in iuv' . minent danger, and which was, on the last' occasion, despaired of 1 supposed that this state of things was inevitable, and resigned myself to meet the worst At this time now about two months) I heard your book highly spoken of. as containing some matters reaching my case. On its receipt and perusr.!, 1 can not express to you the relief it ationied my distressed mind and the joy its pngf imparted to my wife, on learning that the- great discovery of M. M. Deso meaux provided a remedy. It opened a prospect to me which I little conceived was possible. No pecu niary consideration can ever repay the obligations 1 am under to you for having been the means of im parting to os the matters contained m ' The Married Woman's Private Medical Companion. But ib this, ere another year would have passed over my head, in all baman probability my wife would have been in her erav. my r-ltiMren left motherless.'' Extract from a Letter. Competence and Health. Lancaster, Pa., Oct. 24, 1847. "My Dear Sir: I know you will have the kind ness to bear with me in encroaching upon your time, while 1 acknowledge On behalf of myself and wife) the obligations we feel ourselves under to yon in hav ing made known certain matters, contained in your most invaluable 4 Married Woman's Private Medical Companion.' It has been worth its weight in gold to me. If I express myself rather warmly, von will see that I can not do so too warmly, when 1 inform ' von of the extent to which I have, through it, been benefited. 1 will state my situation when I obtained your book through tbe merest curiosity I look upon it as one of the most fortunate events of mv life. 1 had been married some ten years, and was the father of seven children. I was long struggling unceasingly, to the end that I might gain a moderate competency, but the results of my utmost exertions at the end left me about where I was nt the beginning of each year; . and that only, with the most stinted economy, suffi cing with barely the necessaries of life. Finally, this constant effort was hegiuning to have its effect upon my health : 1 felt less cspahle to endure its continu ance, wbile I felt the necessity of perseverance. " This constant, unceasing struggle on my part was . imperative, in consequence of the prostrated condi- . tion of my wife with occasional intermission) for six years, much of the time confined to tier bed, and of course incapable of takiug the charge and manage ment of household affairs. Her condition arose from causes of which I was ignorant. Oh! what would 1 have given had I the bix years tc live over again ! What would my wife have given to have been spared the long days and still longer nights prostrate on a - bed of sickness! all of which would have been avoided, had I tlieu seen a copy of ' Thk Married Wuhan's Private Medical Companion.'" JFrom a Physician. DANGEROUS DELIVERIES, OBSTRUCTIONS, IRREGULARITIES, &C. How many are suffering from obstruction or irreg ularities peculiar to the female system, which un dermine their health, the effects of which they are ignorant, and for which their delicacy forbids seeking medical advice ! How many sutler from prolapsu uteri falling of the womb), or iTomJlnor-albnE (weak ness, debility, &c, Ac ) ! How many are in constant agony for many months preceding confinement! How many have difficult if not dangerous deliveries, and whose lives are jeoparded during such time, will find in its pages the means of prevention, amelioration, and relief! Extract from a Letter. To those just Married. "Had I known V "Philadelphia, Nov. 29, 1847. Dr. A. M. Mauriceau : Had I known ol the im '" portant matters treated of in 'The Married Woman's Private Medical Companion' some years ago. lw much misery I might have escaped ! I have suffered years from causes which you point oat in your book, without knowing what to do. 1 obtained a cop3', and found my ense treated of. X mist every female wis avail herself of the information contained iu its pages." Letters are daily received of this character, unne cessary to present. . - , - To those yet unmarried, but contemplating mar riage, or perhaps hesitating as to the propriety cf incurring tbe responsibilities attendant upon it, the importance of being possessed of the revelations con tained in these pages, so intimately involving their future happiness, can not be appreciated. It is, of coarse, impracticable to convey more fully the various subjects treated of, as they are of a na ture strictly iutended for the married, or tliose con templating" marriage; neither is it necessary, since it is every one's duty to become possessed of knowl edge whereby the sufferings to which a wife, a moth er, or a sister, may be subject, can be obviated 17 Copies will be sent by Mail free of Postage to tbe Purchaser VW On the receipt of One Dollar, THE MAR. R1ED WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAL COM PANION" is sent mailed free) to any part of the United States. All letters must be post paid (except those containins a remittance), and addressed to Dr. A. M. MAUR1CEAU, Box 1224, New York City, publishing Ofiice, No. 129 Liberty st, New xork. Over 180.000 Copies have been sent by flIAII within three months with perfect lately and cer tainty Booksellers and agents engaged in its sale, are making handsome competencies from the ready and extraordinary demand for it, and the extremely liberal terms of fered them. Active local or traveling Agents, thro out the United States and Canadas, will be supplied on the same terms. Cornmu- nications are required to be yost-paid and addressed as above. CAUTION. The public are cau tioned against various catch-pennies inten ded to be palmed off upon them, imitating tbe title of the work as 'The Married La dies Medical Companion," and various oth er titles.' The title of the work is "The Married WOMANS Private Medical Companion" by Dr. A. M. Mauriceau. Private Sale. THE subscriber offers the following- a ii tract oi Liana at nrtvaie saie at a da n. GAIN, described as follows, to wit: gjar The south-east quarter of the north east quarter of section No. thirty-six, in township JNo. rive, north ot range Io. fourteen, in an dusky county containinsr lortv acres. This land is about three and a half miles west of Fremont, in Washington township, and is excel lentty situated and calculated for farming purposes. Persons wishing lo purchase will enquire of the Editor of the Freeman, or address the subscriber at Hagerslown, Washington county, Maryland, post paid. 1jcf.JK.lj. U&ML,. Fremont, July 13, 185018 . TKICKS OK HfACKS. " Lbt Evsrvboov Kbad this Carspiilly. There Sap. sparilla lor In tha different town called S. P. Tnwn senri's SanaparH !a It is ailcemssd tu tha ORMllNAl GEN UINE.aflil ail trtau This Townsemi is no doctrtrand never wan ; but was formerly a worker on raiirusda. cioutc, and the Ulte vet hs iMumei the title of Doctor tor the put-pose oi gainitis. credit for what he is not. He says "he has attended two medical schools, and practiced for fifteen years! Now the truth i. lis never practiced medicine a day in his life ! Such wilful, wick ed miaupresentation looks bad to the character and veracity of , the man. I wish most sincerely, he had never made those m le nient of himself or of mo. When will men learn to be honest and truthful in all their defilir.irs and intercourse with their fel. low men ! He applied to one Kuel Clapp to assist hira in maim facturinr his mixiurer statute the large sums he woutd make, as an inducement to embark in ihe business. These men have been insulting and libelling me in all possible forma, in order to impress the public with the belief that the Old ltor'n Sarn parilla was not the genuine, original Sttraa-jtarWa, made from Ihe Old Doctor' Original liecipc. This S- P. Tuwueend eitvs 1 have sold the use ol my name for $7 a week. 1 will give him 500 if he will produce one winele solitary proof of this. lit statements of Thompson, Skill man it Co., are nothing but a ui lainenooas, simpty mane u ueceive m puouc, aim keep the truth down in regard to hia souring, fermenting corru pound. This io,aution the public to purchase none but Old Dr. JACOB Tuwnsend's Sarsaparills. karlne on it the Old IKx tor's likeness, his family Coat of Arm, and hit eisnature across tbe Coat of Arms. v Principal OJlce, 102 Naiau-(reet, AT. Y City. JACOIJ TOWJiSEND Old Dr. Jacob Townsend, ' THE ORIGINAL DISCOVERER OP THK Genuine Townsend Sarsaparilla. Old Dr. Townsend is now about 70 vears of aee. an.-! has Urn been known as the AUTHOR and' DfSCOVBRER of ths GENUINE ORIGINAL. "TOWNSEND SARSAPA HILL A." Being poos, he was cum pel led to limit its manotae -ture, by which means it has been kept out of market, and Lhe sales circumscribed to those only who nad proved its worth, and known ha value. It bad reached the ears of many, nefenheieas, aa uiose persons who had been healed of sore diseases, and saved from death, proi'aimad lis won!rfut HE AUNG POWER. This GRAND AND UNEQOAJXED PREPARATION n man ufactured on the largest scale, and is called far throu?hiut th length and breadth of the land, especially as it is lound ui capa ble of desenprauon or deterioration. - Unlike youiur S. P. Townsend's, it improves with aee, and never changes but forth better: beranu ii t nMnw4 An Hic principle by a scientific man. The highest knowledge of Chemistry, and the latest discoveries of the art, hare alt been brought into requisition in the manufacture of the Old Dr Sar saparilla. The Sarsaparilla root, it is well known to medical men, contains many medicinal properties, and some properties which are inert or useloss.and others, which if retained in prs parm; it for use, produce fermentation and acid, which is in jurious to the system. Some of the properties of Sarsaparilla are so volatile that they entirely evaporate and are lost in the pre paration, if they are not preserved by a scientific process, known only to those experienced in its manufacture. Moreover, iheaa volatile principles, which 11 v off in vapor, or as an ex hilanon, un-e der heat, are the very essential medical properties of the root, Anv nerson can boil op ater the root tin th mmt lrfc- mi. ored liquid, which is more from the colorin mailer in the root than from anything elf; they can then strain this Hisipid or -vapid liquid, sweeten with sour molasses, and then call it ' SAR SAPARILLA EXTRACT or SYRUP.'1 iiut such is not the sru r.Ie known as the GENUINE OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'S - - SARSAPARILLA. Thifl is 0 Drecared that all the inert nronertiM f th Saw. taparilla root are first removed, everything capable of bacom iiig acid or fermentation ia extracted and rejected ; men every particle of medical virtue is secured in a pure and concentrated form; and thus it ie rendered incapable of losing any of its val uable and healing properties. Prepared in this war, h ia mads the moat powerful asent in the t-nrc or lunumerable iJlscstses. Hence the reason whv we hear commendations on evnrv Ma in its favor by men, women, and children. W find it dome won ders in the cure of CONSUMPTION, D YffPEPSTA . and LITER VQM PLAfNT.ATKmRFfEUMATISM.SCROF,ULA.PILE COSTIVE NEXX. all CUTANEOUS ERUPTIONS PIMPLES, BLOTCHES, and all affections rising froi IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD. : It possesses a marvellous efficacy in all complaints aris rrom Indigestion, from Aeidittt of the SomnrJt. fmm imi. J circulation, determination of blood to the head, palpitation f die heart, cold feet and hands, cold chills and but flashes over thf body. It has not its equal in Colds and Coughs; and promotes easy expectoration and gentle perspiration, raiaun stneuuss of But in noth i ne ia its excellence more manifestly seen and ac knowledged than in all kinds and stages of ' FEMALE COMPLAINTS. It works wonders m canes of Fitun- Alhux nr wiv s,m if the Womb, Obstructed, Suppressed, or Painftd Menses, ir regularity of the menstrual periods, and the like : aad is etiactual in curing an tne tonne ot JLianey Uiseasem. By removing obstructions, and Te?utating the general system it gives tone and strength to the whole body, andthus cures air forma of , TCervous Diseases and Debility, and thus prevents or relieves a great variety of other maladies, as Spinal irritation. Neuralgia, St. funs' Dance, Swooning. Epileptic Fits, Convulsions, c - It cleanses the blood, excites the liver to healthy action, tones the atotnach. and gives good digestion, relieves the bowels ot torpor and constipation, allays inflammation, ounnaa the ski, equalities the circulation of the blood, prodnctns gentle wanndt equally all over the body, and the insensible perapirauoa : re laxes strictures and tightness. imovea!l obstructions, and in vtfforarea Oi entire nervous system. Is not this then S Tho Medicine yon pre-eminently need? But can any of tltese thines be said of S. P. Townaend'S isde rwr article 1 This yonug man's liquid is not to be COMPARED WITH THE OLD DR'S. because of one GRAND FACT, that the one is INCAPABLE Of DETERIORATION, and NEVER SPOILS, . , while the other DOES: souring, fermenting, aad blowtnr th bottle containing it into fragments ; the eour, acid liquid ex ploding, and damaging other goods ! Must not ihie horrible com pound be poisonous to th svstem ? What! put acid into a system already diseased with acid 7 What causes Dvsfepei but acid? Do we not all know that when food sours iaour aionv achs, what minchief it produces?--flatulence, heartburn, palpi tation of the heart, liver complaint, diarrhcea, dysentery, colic, and corruption of the blood 1 What is Scrofula but an acid hu mor in the body 7 What produces all the humors which bring osv Eruptions ol the Skin. Scald Head, Salt Rhenm, Erysipelas. White Swellings, Fever Sore, and all ulceration internal and external 1 It is nothing under heaven but an acid substance, which sours, and thus spoils all the fluids of tbe body, more or lens. What causes Rheumatism but a sour and acid fluid which insinuates itself between tbe joints and elsewhere, irri taiing and inllamms the delicate tissues upon which it actst So of nervous diseases, of impurity of the blood, of deranged circulation, and nearly all the ailments wluctt adlict hutnaa na ture. Now is n not horrible to make and sell, and infinitely war to ute this -s" SOURING, FERMENTINfl. ACH " COMPOUND" Or & P. TOWNSEND, -and yet he would fain have it understood that Old Dr. Jncob Townsend's Genuine Original Sarsaparilla, is an IMITATION of his inferior preparation ! ! Heaven forbid that we should deal in an article which wont bear the most distant resemhlance to S. P. Towosend's article ! We wish it understood, because it is tlte absolute truth, thai S. P- Townsend's article and old Dr. Jacob Townsend's SarstD rilla are hearen-wide apart, and infinitely dissimilar; thai they are unlike in every particular, having not one single thing ia common. " . As S. P. Townsend is no doctor, and never was, is no chen fst, no pharmaceutist knows no mure of medicine or disease than any other common, unscientific, unprofessional man, what guarantee can the public hvve that thev are receiving a genuine scientific medicine, containing all the virtues of the articles used in preparing it, and which are incapable ol changes which might render them the AGENTSof Disease inatead of health t But what else should be expected from one who knows nothing comparatively of medicine or disease It require a person ol some experience to cook and serve up even a common decent meal. How much more important is ii that the persons whe manufacture medicine designed for WEAK STOMACHS AND ENFEEBLED SYSTEMS, should know well the medical properties of plants, the beat man ner of securing and concentrating their healing virtues, aiaeaa extensive knowledge of the various diseases which affect the human system, and how to adapt remedies to these diseases ( It is to arrest frauits upon the unfortunate, to pour balm iotf wounded humanity, to kindle hope in the despairing bosom, to restore health, and bloom, and vi?or into the crushed and bro ken, and to banish infirmity that OLD DR JACOB TOWNSEND baa SOUGHT and FOUND tbe opportunity and meana to bring hia Grand Universal Concentrated Remedy within the reach, and to the knowledge of all who heed it thai Ihey may learn and know, bv joyful experience, its Transcendant Power to Heal . STEPH. BUCKLAND, & CO., Agents, Fremont, Sandusky co, O, The Illustrated Domestic Bible, BY Rev. Ingram Cobin, M. A. 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