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I've something sweet totsH you,- : . .-, ,r--",i ' Bat the mnl 70a nail keep, s . ' v" 1 'Ad renumber, if it Isn't night,.-. : .: ' ", I m 'talking in my sltep." s... I. - .- For 1 know lam but !resming, ' ; ;' , . Winn 1 think your love ia mine; . . ! -j. 1- And I know they are but Mewing, -.-. ' - All tb hops that round m shuts. . , --- S.,KS remember, whea l teu "" , .... ,,.0 . What 1 can do longer keep, , ,. '; , . We are oone of us responsible , , ', , For what we say iu eieep. . V . ; My pretty secret's coming! fes-i. Oh, listen with your heart, ' ' . v- : f 5 : -And yeu shall hear it nuoimingv ; I So eloee 'twill make you start. -- . . . Oh, aiiut your eyee ao earnest, - :i i Or laiae will wildly weep; s. .....-, A - I k you,! i adore you! but - .v 1 - .-.a . ! a ti am talking in my tlesp.' tj ! . -e- t . ; Taking the! Cciwns.'f ' i "Madam, I have called te take the census. The senses, is it and .what like do ye call th samet". .... i s ' ,--: , 'I wish to send a return to Washington of the numberof your family.- . ..: 'Shure, now, it's joking ye are. - Is it Con gressmen yon vouiu mate uv us 1 . "Oh, no, it is ouly to find out how many ou!s there are in the Union. "Well, thin, ax me the questions, and if they're dacent,Us meself as will answer. 'Begin witb the eldest, and inform me their names and occupations." ,1 - ,'. : ; 7 First, tbere's Teddy and a fine broth uv a boy He is he's forty fire years old, and is an elevator and discinderby thrade." ; '"'." - . I J T J . I . 1 K . wunt uituaiu : A UVJ UUl umuvisuiiiu. . 'It's Inglish I'm epaking: pure Malusian Inglish. ' ,T-;',:;:'.:!l'?;r : ? .5 " ' r do pot apprehend j-ou, " ri ; Apprehend me, is it,T dirty' loon?"1 It's more than the likes uv you can do that same. For two pays I'd skin ye as I irould a "pruitie. ' 'Don't get into passiens .you misconceive me. " I merely wished to say I do not under stand your husband's- trade.' - - -1 'Why don't ye spake Inglish, thin Teddy carries up brick for new . houses,' and brings them down from old ones.' , . . "I perceive he's a laborer, -k-'Jit the same, vulgarly spaking. ' "j, 'In what county was he born?' Balinalee, County Langford, in ould Ire land, and may the . divil burn the spalpeens druv us from his grane sod," "Never mind, madam: I noold -willingly hear your grivances, but my time is precious. I have but sir months to complete my return Now your name next, if you please. .. ile name's Biddy... Be the same token as I was blest by the prast be the name uv Bridget' ; - " ' - Now, your'age?" . ;('' "." V ' . "The divil roast ye; and is it a lady's age ye would be either asking her to her own face? : . , , . ' 'Madam, ' it' riot my' intention to insult you but these questions must be asked,, and who refuse to ansewr, which can be recover ed bylaw; " ; 5 ' . 'Is it the law ye would be afther threaten ing me wid, and me son Pat, one of the Pol ace, too? Do ye think it's his blissid muther would be staying ia limbo, when - it's only a word he'd have to spake to the Mare to. - get her out?' - - .'-'-. ':v; --'; "Am I to understand, then, yoa refuse to! give your age? ..;t,- . ''.- .'Jist the same; and I defy ye find it iut t. .''!. ' : ? ? ' It's not so very .material, so I shall put you down at fifty years.', ; . -- 'Murther! and a lie is it ye would be afther sinding to the President? when he can say I'm only forty -two, if he but tuk the trouble 1 it ntimins fKA nnricli rriclAP in I InGpnmmnn wliare' . .,-. -. . s -.- . .- - 'Thank you, Madam, and now wo will pro ceed with the rest:: : , ." ' But ye haven'axed all the questions about ineself yet.5 t . v-.f.-;---. ; .- 'I have your name, age, and place of birth.' ."Tbrue for ye, so ye have, ye cunning divil; nd don't ye want to know my trade ?' . 'Not at alljf I have your husband's. - 'But it's meself that thinks ye ought to put it down. I'm. a char, and iv yourself or any uv yer friends have any job in me line, going out to days work -or the lines, ye can jist spake a good word for a -decent, body?' ... 'I shall certainly always remember you! Now for the next oldest ?' ' " "That's Pat, and he's twenty three,baring a few months, ; : . - ' . , . L ... I think you said he is a Policemen ?, t . ..'Yes, shure, but can't ye put him- down a Public Funkshunary, as he call himself? It sounds more illigant and should me , frinda in the ouli country iver happen to saelhe book ye ore writing, its proud they will be." ''Who comes next?'- - ;- - v ;iii C; -The next will be Dennie. He is twenty one. . . 'K , - ... ,. -,. f ii,t - ; r . "What is his occupation ? r t- if 'Divil the Uirade he's got Isn't he waiting for a vakincy in some of the departments? and he will get it, too, for he was a mighty in fluence at the Powk He runs with the fire Ingins wherr they will let him pull .the rope; and when they, won't why ho jist hnyvee stones at them, t Iudepiodenl is ' Dennis inighty indppindent - a- ' . . i , -Who next? Please give them tome in rotation.' - "Nixt comes Maggy ; she's nineteen. Thin Tim and Miles, they are seventeen next lady's day. Yis, shure, they were all thray uf thim born twines; and thin there's Kate.she's four teen; and Biddy, she's twilve; and Dan O' Connel, he's thin ; thin comes Sukey, she's eigb;and Luke, he's four; tbin Jim, he's two; andthat'a all at present I'- -..-t-. " p - "Why madam, you have a large family .and yoa are forluaate to have them all living, for I presume you have had no death in your fami ly circle, . - J. 1 - : ' - ' ' : ; 'And is it the gfaif ut me heart ye would be cow rakin up about me childer that is dead waked and buried in ould Ireland ? Haven't I lost four as swete babes as iver was born?" ' 'Excuse me, but In enummerating your family I forgot to ask you howr many were born in this country?' ' " r e "Jis non at all! Didn't we coma over the deep say jist twilve month Inst.Easter ?" 'Indeed! How came it then that your son is a public officer? " - ; -" 'Why, did'n he fight and vote at the powls the last election, and what for shouldn't he be awarded for his patriotism?' - . 'Are there any who cannot read and write T "Any why should we do that same, when the blissed praste can do it for us ? No, divil a one barring Pat and he has learned to write his name jist to be able to sign the dociments. 'Task KB Natiohs. At .the Burns Supper in Boston, the following teas complimentary or otherwise to the ladies, was received with great applause. . Good Wives They are pretty much 1 like good limes never exact ly on hand; but always "Coming boys, wait a little longer. We "ask, would not the girls make better wives if the boys would wait a little longer. Xatest .Arrival Fall . ancl Winter Goods ! J It is now universally admitted that ms9i STORE is the place to buy Good and cheap Goods and a he baa opened onr of the lorpesl stocks brought to thie mnrhwt, he 'nld say to his old customers, and all who make Fremunt a trad-, ingplitce, to call and examine, beuriugin mind that 110 eHtabliehuu-nl in the .. t . STATE OF OHIO!! shall undersell him in any one article. Hifstock cenfiists in part of - - - - - r 2CraBS.Bi' 3- C 3S SSi 9 Pluiii aiid fancy Alipaco,-Thihnt clilhdv Mu.clin de Iain, CashinerfS, Gilifrhama, 500 pitreof calicoes warranted fust colors. Broad cloth, Cassamere,, Sattiiu'tls, Tweetis, Joans, Hed Ticking, Flnnnels, bleached and brow 11 Shf-etiujr, tV'lton varus & bats. lIAniilVAISE " Of ever description.' " Groceries, .. .'Crockery, .. . Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, , Sole and Upper leather. Paints and Oils, Uj e stuff. IROX, KAILS AND GLASS, rfc, bc. In short, he would say that his assortment is complete, and that he is prepared 10 pirp those who will favor him witli a call a grund heiit-fit. Alikiuds of produce taken ia exchange for poods. , D. BETTS. . Fremont, Oct. 56, 1830. Liivcry k Stable. IRA SMITH, GIVES notice to the citizens of Fremont, and the public generally, that he still continues to car ry on the above business in alt its branches aud forms. : He has made additions to his stock of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, &c; and is now prepared to accommodate all who muy favor bim .with a call. Horses and carriages For Parties or Funerals can he had at any moment. Covered and open buggiea fur men of business or pleasure, ou the shortest notice. ' Kidiu? Horses of the 1est bottom, always on" hand. The strictest attention paid, so tbatall who call shall be accommodated without delay. . Teams for . - - Currying Passengers or Movers into any part of the conntry, alwavs on hand. Those wishing anv thing in the above line, will do well to give him a trial, as he feels conndcut they will be satisfied, both as to teams and prices, the former warranted to carry pAS-engersto their desti nation in the shortest possible time, and the latter to be as reasonable as possible. By strict attention to business, he hopes to merit a liberal share of public patronage. - Stables Ncarlr opposite Norton's Foundry. Fremont, Nov. 2d, 1850. Toledo, Xom nlk & Cleveland Hail lload Company. AT a meeting of the Dirf ctors of the Toledo, Norwalk & Cleveland Rail Road Companv, held atlheiroffiee cf Norwalk Ore, I.1, If 50, It was reso'.ved, that the sums subscribed to the cap ital stock of this Company to be expended on the Western Section of the Road, ling between- Fre mont and Toledo, be paid iulo the Treasury of this Company at this office, iu enetalments of ten per cent, every sixty days from this date; and that no tice be published of said call in some paper at Fre mont or Toledo, or both, for the period of thirty days, prior to the date of payments of the same. Notice is therefore hereby given that an instal ment of tfii percent, on the Capital Slock of the Toledo, Norwrlk. it Cleveland Rail Read Com pany, subscribed to be expeuded on the Western Section of said Road, ia required to be paid to the Treasurer on or befoie the 10th day of Febiaary 1851, and a further instalment of ten per cent, every sixty days thereafter until the full amonnl is paid. W. F. KITTR!DGE. Sec'y. Office of T N. &C. R. R. Coni'v. ) orwalk Dec, 16, 1850. " 1 t : KENTUCKY MUTUAL- " " LIFE IXSCRAKCE COMPAN Y, AT COVINGTON, KY. - i Guarranty Fund, $100,000 00. ' W. B. ROBBINS, Pbksidkst. A. L. GRF.ER. Vick Prksidekt. 1. R. PAYSON, Sbcbb bt. , BOARD OF DIRECTfTRS. W. B Rolbins, J. S. Morgan, A. L. Greer, J. B. Casey C. A; Witheri, S. E. Mack, R. M. Withers, , S. J. Walker. j . J. T. Morchead, Solicitor. ;:s R. Pretlow, M. 1)., Physician. ' : J. B. Casey, CA'm Com on Finance. The Terms upon which this Company infure Life are peculiarly favorable to the lusured; much more so, it is believed, than the terms of auy other fe insurance Company, to wit: '' The groat security afTorded in a Guaranty Fund of $100,1100, $2(1,000 of which has been "paid in Cash, and $S(1, 000 secured in the safest manner, by Bond and Mortgage of Real Estate; Rates of Premium greatly reduced from the rates .of other Companies, and -more equally graduated; insurance for the benefit of Married Women secure from the creditors of their husbands; The insured not liable to assessments for losses; :: No extreme hazards taken by this Company; An annnal dividend to all policy holders, payable in Caso; also, additions made to Life Policies every five years; ' Notes taken in part for premiums: '' Policies issued ndon application without delay, causing no loss of Insurance to the parlies. Lives of either sex insured between the ages of fonrteen and sixty, iuctusive, for one year, for five years, or for life. The Pamphlets and Tracts published by the Company will be found to contain much valuable information respecting the nature, principles, ap plication, and benefits of Life Insurance. Also, an examination of the plans of the other Mutual Com panies of this country, aud a foil explanation of the plan proposed by this Company, together with va rious tables, one showing the rates of premium for the term of life, of several Companies, compared with the- rates of this Company, and another giving the rates of this Company for all ages and terms at which .Insurance is made, Pamphlets and Tracts furnished gratis, and ap plications rebeived and forwarded by CHESTER F.DGERTON.' Agent at Fremont, O. JAMES W WILSON, Medical Examiner. Fremont Uec. 7, lf'SO. - NEW'STOCK! NFP-VVB ICES'! jr. II . &TE I'EJVSOwV, WOULD inform the pnbliethat lie has resumed his business at his old stand, on Croghan St., and having had the oportuuity of seeing aud getting All the Latest Fashions from East and West, and lihviug brought on an assortment of the FINEST WOODS, VENEERING8, C, he is prepared to furnish his old customers, and as many new ones a' can croud into nis ware rooms, with the most splendid lot of Mahogony, Rosewood and Blacktralnut F li B Ji I T D R E, Of every kind from the Cradle to the Coffin. As to prices, he is determined NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD. He is bold to say that he can offer yon BETTER BARGAINS and BETTER WORK than you can get west of Buffalo; he has on rand, and is making All kinds of BEDSTEADS, on New and Improved Plans; such as Lewis' Patent, Fowler's Patent, &c. , &c. Do not fail to give him a call. liT He has got up a good Hearse, and will attend funerals in town or country. Fremont, August lt I85p. WOOD WANTED! NT quantity of good Hickory and Ash Wood L will bs takeu su subscription at the Frekhak Ofticb. AMP and Tanner's Oil at HVIKS. Y OUNG Hyson Tea of superior quality at J - IJAYNKS . S1 1LKS, satins, alpaccas, lawns, ginghams, &c. all qualities and prices at rlAVNUs. "lOLLARS, Gloves, llosc, Neck and Pocket I ...ii i.:r.. .. . f T , v V' llanuacrwiiiOB at - , - n -i ""Wr BOOKS! BOOKS! The subscribers have just received Decidedly the Largest and Best selection of MM ft ML 9 EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET Miscellaneous, Clasicat, Medical aud School Books, among which, ihe fetlowmg are a few: The writings of Gen Washington, by Jared Sparks, 12 vert urn es. - - v . - Prescolt's Conquest of Pern , 2 volumes; do do Mexico, 3 vols, do Ferdinand and Isabella, 3 vols; do Miscellanies, 1 vol; Allison's History of Europe, 4 vols! ? ? . Hildreth's United States, 3 vol; - - - Maccaulej History of Enplsind, 2 vols; Ha!lums Works, 4 vols; Gitibou'a Rome, 4 vols. Stephens Yucatan; Greece;. Egypt 2 vols each; CoinpIele.Works of Lorenzo Dow; Addison's Wurks; Burke's do. k a Josrephus Works 1 and 2 vols; Byron's do ; Sh.ikspeare's Works, 1 and 2 vols; i Roil ill's Hivtory, - do Chamber's Information for the People, 2 vols; American Revolution 2 vols: -Marshal's Washington, 2 volumes; Neal's Pnritans, 2 vols; Eife of Brant, 2 vIs; Mrs Edge worth's Works 10 voIk; v Spark's American Biography 10 vols; Memoirs and Administrations of the Presidents; Cooper's Naval History; Brand's Encyclopedia; History of the Girondists; Life of Franklin; Mrs. Breinier's Novels, complete iu one vol;, . Harper's Family Library, 34 volumes; do School District Library, 1 50 volumes; do Clascal Library, 20 volumes Swan's Treatise; Swan's Miscellany; Webster's Dictionary, unabridged do do Large, revised; do do . University edition; do do School edition; United States Dispensatory, late ediion; - Eberlee's Practice; Eberlee's Therapeutics; Smith's Hand Surgery; Watson's Practice; Hooper's Dictionary; SCHOOL BOOKS OF ALL KINDS. MGuSeys Eclectic series of Readers; Ray's, Adams', Smith's, Davis', Dabol's and Per- kin's Arithmetic; . - , Clark's, Smith's, Well's, Burritt's andKirkam's . Grammar; Smith's, Oloney's Morse's and Parley's Geogra phy, &C, 4&C STATIONARY. Any quantity of Fools Cap, and Letter Paper plain and ruled. Gilt Edged and Embossed; r Latter Envellopes, of all kiads and styles. CALL AND SEE! At w src S 9 Bnckland's Brick Block. S. BlCRLAJfD Ac CO. Fremont, July, 1850 17 New Drug Store. S. BUCKLAND & CO.: DEALERS IU Drugs, Paints, Oils, Dye-stuffs, Glass-ware, Phosgene Gas and Lamps, f-c, d-c. THE subseribers have just opened a larpe stock of the above articles, which with their former stock completes the largest and best ussbrtmeutever brought to r remont or vicinity ALL OF WHICH ARE WARRANTED. -'' Physicians are respectfully requested to call aud examine onr articles of Drugs and Chemicals, as we are determined thnt Fremont shall be thk Towy to buy Goons CHEAP. All our merchants sav they are selling Goods CHEAPER than they can be bought in Sandusky, 1 ilhu, or any where else in these 'Diggins' aud are - Determined not to be outdone by them in the way of LOW prices. . Bj Codxtbt Dealers, will find it to their ad vantage to buy of us any articles in our line, as we are sure we can save them the transportation at least. PAINTERS and MECHANICS, using Paints of any kind who wish Goon Articles can bo supplied at the smallest possible advance from cost. White Lead pnre Extra", No. 1, dry nndground in oil. Chrome Yellow, Chrome Greeu, Paris Green, Red Lead, Lampblack, Litharge, Varnish, Linseed Oil, warranted to dry Turpen tine, &c, &.. Brushes of all Sizes and kinds, at 20 per cent, cheaper than ever. GIVE US A CALL. , . Vo.3, Bitcklatt ' 'sit rick Block, Sign of the Big Mortar. Fremont, Sandusky co. July 6, 4850 17 OIil ... Dr. Jacob Townsend's SARSAPAIMLLA. raiHlS Medicine is made up wholly of VEG ETABLE substances, contains no mineral substance of any kind, and is perfectly safe and certain in its action in all persons, young or o!tl. It is a most efficient article in effect ing the following purposes: 1st, It PURIFIES THE BLOOD, and cleans es the whole system of acid, slime, worms a;:d bile. 2d. It is a sovereign remedy in all cases of Chills and Fever, and is equally good inordinary cases of Rheumatism, especially in those called acute or iuflitnimaiory. This is a valuable medi cine in Fever and Ague Countries, particularly in the South and West." Used iu the Spring "and Fall, it will effectually cleans the Blood aud system of bilioas and other morbid matter, and thus pre vent a hoet of Acute and Chronic Diseases.' ; .3d. -It is a proat remedy for Liver Comp'aints, Disease of the Kidneys and Urinary Organs. 4ih. It acts with remarkable efficacy in cases of Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Sick Head aches, Flatulence, or Wind, and creates a good ap petite, by giving tone and strength to the stomach, and other digest! ve"trgan. 5th. It is equally good for Colds, Coughs, Bronchitis, and other diseases of the Lungs and Chest, Pleurisy, Palpitation of the Heart, &c. 6th. It is inestimable in cases of Diarrhoea, Dys entery, and Summer Complaints, in Men, Women and Children. . 7ih It is a very excellent remedy far NERV OUS DISEASED, ms Tic Doloreux, or Neuralgia, and Nervous Dt bility. 6th It is one or the best medicines for all cases of Scrofula which arises from overheating the sys tem followed by sudden cooling, from bad diet, liv ing or working in damp places; from humors left in the syFtein which heve been produced by measles, scarlet fever, small pox, itch, and the like. Hence it cures Erysipelas, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Fe ver Sores, and various Eruptive Diseases. 9th It ts also the very best NURSERY MED ICINE for C'ii1irtn. great in Measles, Scarlet Fe ver, S nihil Pi'X, Kine Pox, Rashes and Eruptions of all kind; nud especially good fr those Fevers and Diurrl.a: if, or Bo we 11 complaints which arise from Tepii-ii'j. 10ih It i a very good DIURETIC, producing a free and ifv fF88re of urine. It is also an ex cellent DIAPHORETIC, promoting gentle per ppirittmn, and thus cures many cases of Dropsy. Hth Ii iPjjre..t in FEMALE COMPLAINTS, especially in rases of irregular, suppressed, or defi cient fn'! nation, common Fluor A. bus, and all the ditTicuIiit-H aribing from Pregnancy in all its stages. I .Mh It never fails to cure Costiveness and Piles which are not of the bleeding kind, and acts gently ou the bowellp, but neve as a harsh cathartic. Price One loIIar per Bottle. tCTSix Bottles for Five Dollars, jq Principal Office for the Western States at 109 Main street, Cincinnati, between 4th and 5th. G. W. CALHOUN, General Agent. For sa'e lv S BUCKLAND & Co. Fremont. Dec. 4, 1850. I'lastcrf JPletsterT BARRELS Common, Witeh and Fine Gray DO Plaster, just received, and for sale by S. BUCKLAND & CO. Fremont, Octohe 19, Ic50. "White "Wood liHirabcr, o F all hinds and clear stuff for sale hy Feb. 9. O. H. FUSSELMAN. s PERM and Lamp Oil A first rate article for sale at s. hdcklakd ce, o-s. PROF. Barnee'8 Tricopherone, for restoring Balduess; Phalon's Chemical Hair Inviforator a beautiful article, at WOOSTER'S. TOOTH Brushes, Hair Do. Hat do.Clothes Do at ... WOOSTER'S.: ffltSstJ I COME IN, WE CALL YOU ! XEW FIRM. AEAV GOODS, AND PEASE & ROBERTS, H HAVING taken the old stand of J, R. Pease, and purchased the entire stock of Pease & Roberts, are now having it replenished with the latest and most desirable patterns of COOK, HALL, PARLOR, Air-Tight, Six-Plate and Box Stores. ever offered in this market, which will be sold at Vlioleale or Itetails to suit purchasers, and for which we will take your fiiaes, aume, ttags, Beeswax, Tallow, &c. Old Stoves bought and sold, or exchanged for New Okes. - , Give us a call. Don't forget the place, Pease's Brick Block. iVo. li at the sign or the Stove. N. B. For particulars call at our eslablishmeatr Advice, gratis. .1 .Femout, Sept. 29, 1849. - , lupwards of 10,000 Cnres! CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED!!! DR. RODGEUS' Compound Syrnp of Liverwort & Tar. For the Cure of Consumption, and all Dis eases of the Lungs and Breast THIS Great Remedy has not only made almost incredible cures of Consumption, but it breaks up the most distressing Cough, Cold, Pain in the Bieast, and Asthma; in a few hours time. We au thorize our agents, in all cases where it does not give immediate relief, and the bottle is returned, to cheerfully refund the money. We wil now ask the afflicted candidly to exam ine the facts below, which substantiate the merits of this great remedy; facts which are incoatroverti ble, and cannot be denied. We refer von to the statements of well known Physicians and Profes sors, who have come forward and substantiated these lacts. 1 he most incredulous cannot but be con vinced that it has made cures whereeverything else has failed. Extracts from Certificates which can le seen in full by calling on the Agents. V letter from John A. Collins, Esq., Editor and Proprietor of the 'Temperance Organ;' also A- gent and Lecturer for the Grand Division of sons of Temperance of Ohio: Cincinnati, November 29, 1848. A. l. Scosii.l Dear Sir: For the past eight or ten months, I have felt inclined to say some thing in relation to the extraordinary healing quali fies of your preparation of Dr. Rodeers' Compound syrup of Liverwort and Tar, foryour own, but more especially for the benefit of those unfortunate per sons who ure threatened orafflicted with Pulmona ry Consumption, and who, like myself, have a great aversion to quabks, to their specifics and catholi cons: but a combination of circumstances has pre vented until now. In November, 3846, my wife took a severe cold, which settled upon her langs. A violent cough was the consequence, which increased in severity dur ing the winter, and reduced her to almost a skele ton. It was nearly incessaut, and attended with seuere pain in the side and breast, accompanied with fever and cold uight sweats. She expectorated more than a pint of matter daily. Ulcers gathered upon her lungs aud discharged. Her hands and feet were cold and clammy as death, and a purplo tint settled upon her lips. The skill and varie.. ef forts of our family physician were completely bafled. On the 1st of May, 1847, he informed me that he could do nothing mere than grant her temporary re lief, that her case was hopeless, and that she could not survive more than a fortnight at the furtherest. 1 immediately called upon Dr. R. S. Newton, of this city, (who hud beon so skillful in the treatment of concers,) and stated her case to him. He rec ommended Dr. Rodgers. Liverwort and Tar; as sured me there was nothing of quackery ubout it, but purely ascientific preperation; and gave me the history of several cases, all considered hopeless, where this preparation restored to health. A bottle was procured, and in one week the expectoration wOs nearly conquered. She continued gradually to improve, her appetile returned, her cough in A few monthB ceased. 9he recovered her strength, and to a very great degree her health, and is now a roost extraordinary trophy of the healing virtues of Dr. Rodgers' Preparation of Liverwort and Tar. 1 can also say that I have derived very great ben fit from this preparation, for hoarseness, sore throat and strienre across the breast. 1 have been enabled while suffering from severe cold and hoarseness, to speak with comparative ease for two hours. It has one advantage, in my own case, over other expec torants it does not derange the digestive functions producing headache, or nervous inability I regard it as admirably adapted for the use of public speakers. KespEclfuMy yours. JUU11 A t.ULL.lHS. From Dr. Hiram Cox, late Professor to Cin cinoati Eclectic Medical Colledge. Mr. A. L. scovtll. However reluctant I nave been to permit my name to be attached to patent medicine, I consider it a duly to the community to state that in three ceses of incipient consumption, viz: Miss Bell, Miss Barger, and Mr. R. H. Cox, one of our City Council, that Dr. Rogers' Liver wort and Tar operated more like a specific than any other remedy that 1 ever usfd. One of the eases, viz: Miss Belle pronounced by several physicians to be laboring under the Inst stage of scrofulous Con sumption, she is now iu good health from the use of u few bottles of the above syrup. rtlKAM CUa, M. D. Cincinnati January 25, 1S47. - For Sale by S. BUCKLAND & Co. Fremont Jan. 18, 1851. CHKAPER Y E T! t Stoves! Stoves!! New Store Store in Fremont, Ohio! mllE subscriber is iusf receiving at his shoo on L Main street, one door south of O. L. Nim's store, any quantity of . , PREMIUM NIAGARA, HOT-AIR, Hathaway's improved Ten Plate and Box Stoves, and better than all, Wiluson's & to.'s Kitchen Witch! Principal Patents in 1837, 38,'42, '47,&'49. The proprietors of this Cooking Stove, with en lire confidence, claim for it the merit of being the very best in the world, either as to economy, con ve nience, or durability. Call and examine it, and sat isfr Yourselves. 1 offer the above lot of Stoves at a small advance above cost, and with every variety of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware, and will furnish on reasonable terms, Eave-trough, Gutter and Conductor Pipe, and all articles in my line warranted to be what I represent them. Farmers, Merchants and others are invited to call before purchasing elsewhere, as 1 am deter mined to make it an object for them to do so. I will also pay a fair price for all kinds ot mercnanta ble Produce. CASH PAID For any quantitv of Sheep Pelts." O. H. FUSSELMAN. October 13, 31-6rn. OVERWHELMING TESTIMONIES! over Half a million of testimoni- slshave been received by the Proprietor of . " McALlSTER'S it 1 upmvn rT WT iviij a iroiii musicians t:-zz-e .i. ... .i.:nr..l I a t02 lebrated. from Counsei- J-, - ' lors learned in the Law, from Judges of celebrity ' d on the Bench, from Min ; ffHg inter of the Gospel, iSt7' whose undeviating in Sifi '.!$ ity have made them . : shining lights in the path 01 truth, trom en lightened Prcfenrrs. firm acuta Merchants, and from those of every stati n, name and degree among mankind all f which, witln ut one d s senting objection, ironounca this Ointment to be GOOD. As day by day it unobtrusively extends its sphere of action along the borders of our vast coun try, and is circulated throughout its extent, new evidences of its power and new proofs of its effi cacy arc continually developed. Three millions of Boxes, applied to disease within the last four years, has established the astounding fact beyond the power of cavil or contradiction, that it Is IN FALLIBLE in the cure of all Tumors, Ulcers, Sores, Burns, Tetter. Piles, Scrofula, Erysipelas, Chilblains, Scald Head, Sore Eyes, Quinsy, Croup, Rheumatism, Broken Breast, Ague in the Face, Corns, &c. It completely restores the INSEN SIBLE PERSPIRATION, and by this means opens those avennes by which Nature intended to expel the morbid matter of the body thus is the system cleansed, the blood purified, and the health re stored. . ' It has the power to cause all external Sores, Scrofulous Humors, Skin Diseases, and Poisonous Wounds, to discharge their putrid matter, and then heal them. We are not ashamed of th names of ' ' , . All-Healing: Ointment I Or the World's Salve ! which a discerning public has applied to this medicine ; for there is scarcely a disease, exter nal or internal, that it will not benefit. I have 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 FUXTON ST., New York, and by all Druggists throughout the United States. J. McALISTER, Sole Proprietor, 141 Fulton St. N. T. ' S. BUCKLAND & AO, -19 Only Agents for Fremont. Shaker Sarsaparilla, IN QUART BOTTLES, AS PREPARED BT DR. S. D. . HOWE, Needs but one trial to establish its merit as the BEST SARSAPARILLAt EVER discovered for the cure of the numerous diseases arising from a debilitated and derang ed state of the system. female complaints, Liver complaints, Scrofula, Biles, Pimples or pustules on the face, chronic sore Eyes Ringworm, or tetter, scald head, rheumatism, pains in the bones or joints, and all diseases arising from an injudicious use of mercury. Purify the Blood and u I is well. A REMARKABLE CURE. Columbns, Indiana, June 5th, 1850. ' Messrs. S. D. Hoyt& Co. Gentlemen: About six months since I was attacked with what my fam ily physician culled Bilious Pneumonia, which be came seated deeply on my lungs, and after my phy sician had brokeu np the lever my lungs still seem ed to be seriously alfected. I had aoappelit what ever; my skiu seemed to have lost its action and function, there was no perspiration, aud in fact my self as well as my friends had given me np as incur able in consequence of my complexion of disease, and age, which is about sixty years, until one of my neighbors called to see me, who some four months since was afflicted similarly to myself, and had pur chased a couple of bottles of Dk. S D- Howe's Compound Extract op oarsaparilla, and it gave her such speedy relief, she prevailed on me to pur chase a bottle and try it. 1 done so more to gratify my friends than that I had any expectation of being benefited by the medicine, but nelore 1 had tafcen the whole of one bottle my strength and appetite began to improve rapidly as well as my skin, began to perform its proper function. 1 purchased the second bottle, aud by the time it was all taken I was resored to as good health as I have enjoyed fur the last twenty years. Mrs. L.. M'KijN JNIy . Dr. S. Jackson a distinguished physician of Indi ana certifies lo the above cure, and uses Dr. Howe's Shakkr Sarsaharilla in his private practice and recommends its use for all diseases arising from a vitiated state of the blood and system. . buuli 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 Shaker Sarsapanlla since its in troduction in the western states, has established its character in this section of country. This is the only Sarsaprilta that acts on the Liver, Kidneys and Blood at the same time, and hence its singular efficacy and success. Be sure and get Dr. S. D. Hozce's Shaker Sarsa- parilla and tale no other. tuart Deities i i per uoitie or or d Domes tor 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. I, College Hall, Cincinnati, O. Te whom all orders must be addresied. 47 : FREEMAN, IIODGFS & CO. IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS, 58 LIBERTY STREET, NEW YORK. Betweon Brordway and Nassau. ARE now receiving a rich and beautiful assort ment of Fancy Silk and Millinery Goods, to which we would particularly invite the attention of all Cash purchasers, and will make it an objeei lor them to give us a call, as we are determined to sell our assortment, for Cash, lower than ever before of fered in this market. Millinors can supply themselves with every ar ticle in their line, at about the cost of Importation or Auction prices. Many of our goods are manu factured expressly for our own sale, and canuot be surpassed for beauty of low prices. ' Rich Hat and Cap Ribbons, a large variety. Silks and Satins for Bonnets. Crapes, Crape Lisses, Tarletous and Illusion Laces. Trimmines fnr Hats, Caps and Dresses. Jenny Lind Caps, Parly and Opera Head dresses. Embroidered Capes, Collars, Cuffs, and Cheim setts. ' Embroidered Edgings and Insertings, Swiss and Muslin. Thread, Brussels, Valenciene, Silk and Lisle Fhread Laces. Embroidered, Reveire and Plain Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs. Gloves and Mitts, Kid, Silk, Lisle Thread and Seiinir Silk. Scarfs. Cravats and Dress Hkfs. Swiss, Jaconelte. Book Muslins, and Bishop Lawns Embroidered, - Damask and Plain Cantoe Crape Shawls. A Full Assortment of Straw Goods.. French and American Artificial Flowers. With a larire variety not mentioned above. All wishing to avoid paying long prices wilf make money by calling and satisfying themselves. . Feb. 8,'le5l . . . Land for Sale. rp"FIE following lands belonging to the De Forest I heirs will De sola vt.ni nLnr , mc owners are anxious to dispose of them. They are situated near Sandusky Bay on Big Pickerel Creek, in a well settled neighborhood. R'ge. Tp. Sec. Description. Acres westh'fsouth-westquar 80 north-east quar 160 north-west quar . .. 160 south-east fraction 90 south-west quar 120 Also 10,000 acres ef Land, in Ottawa county, embracing every variety of soil, timber and prairie., Settlerscan bo accommodated with such tracts as thev may wish, nud the prices will be not more than half such lands would sell for in Illinois or Wisconsin GEO. U. SMITH. Sandusky City, June 29, 185016:3 TO PAINTERS )AINT Brushes, Varnish do, Striping do., Oil & Lead, Copel Varnish etc. at WOOSTER'S COD 1,IVE OIL. B T the Bottle or Gallon, warranted pure at WOOSTER'S. 17 5 6 17 5 6 17 5 6 16 6 36 16 6 36 MARRIAGE : WHY SO OFTEN UNHAPPY; THE CAUSES AND THE REMEDY ! ;". Mast and many a wife endures years of bodily , suffering and of mentRl anguish, prostrate and kelp-, less, embittering her life, that of ber husband, and hazarding the future welfare of her children, arising v from causes which, if known, would have spared thft -suffering, the anguish to th wife, and to the has- , band embarrassments and pecuniary difficulties hav ing their origin in the mind being weighed down and ( harassed in eonseqaence of the sickness of the com panion of his bosom. ' ' flow important that the causes should be known ' to every wife, to every husband, that the dreadful . and harrowing consequence to the health and hap piness of both may be avoided 1 Life is too short and . health too precious to admit any portion of Uie one to be spent without the full enjoyment of the other. The timely possession of a little work entitled as : follows has been the means of saving the health and the life of thousands, as over i ; TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND1 copies have been sold since the first edition was U- sued. " The author has been induced to advertise it by -' tiie argent and pressing request of those who ha ; been, indebted to its publication for all they bold dear (that aU may have an opportunity of obtaining it), and who have favored him with thousands of letters of encomium, some of which are annexed to the adver- , 'tisement. ' "'' THE MARRIED WOMAN'S Private Medieal Companion. : , BY DR. A. M. MAUBICBAU, 'rteriiiot or siimli or womiw. . Ttctntklh Edition. im., pp. 259. Prtor, 1.0ft . ' THIS WORK 18 INTENDED ESPECIAL..: LY FOR THE MARRIED, or those contempla- , ting marriage, as it disckises important secrets which ihoold be known to them particularly. r . Here, every female the wife, the mother the one either budding into womanhood, or tbe one in die decline of years, in whom nature contemplates n important change can discover the causes, symp toms, and tbe most efficient remedies and most cer tain mode of core, in every complaint to which her sex is sabject ! ' ' . " - The revelations contained in its pages have proved - a blessing to thousands, as the innumerable tetters received by die author (which be is permitted by tbe writers to publish) will attest. . - ,.. SICKLY AND IWIIAPPY WIVES. Extract of a Letter from a Gentleman in Dayton, O. ' , "DaTTOS, May 1, 1847. Dr. A. M. Maoriceau My Dear Sir.- 'The Harried Woman's Private Medical Companion,' for which I enclosed one dollar to your address, came safely to hand. I wonld not have troubled yon with these few lines, but that I am impelled by a sense of gratitude, for myself and wife, to give utterance to our sincere and heartfelt emotions. " My wife has been perceptibly sinking for soma .- three years or more, in consequence of her great an guiah and suffering some months before end daring confinement; every successive one more and more debilitated and prostrated ber, putting her life in im minent danger, and which was, on tbe last occasion, despaired ot I supposed that this atata of things was . inevitable, and resigned myself to meet tbe worst. At this time (now about two months) I beard your book highly spoken of. as containing some matters reaching my case. On its receipt and perusal, I can not express to you the relief it afTorded my distressed mind and the joy its pages 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 eveT repay the obligations I am under to you for having been the meana of im parting to us tne mnners comaiueu m .. Woman's Private Medical Companion. Bnt to - this, ere another year would have passed over my . head, in all human probability my wife would have been in her grave, and my children left rattherleas. Extract from a Letter. - Competence and Health. .' "Lancaster, Pa., Oct 24, J847. , " Kx Dear Sir : I know you will have the kind- ' ness to bear with me in encrosching upon your time, .. while I acknowledge (in behalf of myself and wife) -the obligations we feel ourselves under to you in hav ing made known certain matters, contained in yoor moat invaloable Married Woman's Private Medical Companion.' It bas been worth iu weight in gold tome. If I express myself rather warmly, yoa will " see that I can not do so too warmly, when I inform yon of the extent to which I have, through it, been benefited. I will state my situation when I obtained your book through the merest curiosity ' I look upon . it as one of tbe most fortunate events of mv life. 1 . had been married some ten years, snd was the father ' of seven children. I was kmg struggling unceasingly, . to the end that 1 might gain a moderate competency, . ' but the results of my utmost exertions at the end left ' me about where I waaatthebegianingof each year; .. . and that only, with the most stinted ecooomy, suffi cing with barely the necessaries of life. Finally, Uiis ' constant effort was beginning to have its effect upon . my health : I felt less capable to endure its continu ance, while I felt the necessity of perseverance.. " This constant, unceasing struggle on my part was -imperative, in . consequence of the prostrated condi- - . tton of my wife fwith occasional intermission) for six -years, much of the dme confined to ber bed, and of course incapable of taking the charge and manage-. roent of household affairs. Her condition arose from causes of which I was ignorant Oh! what would I have given had I the six yean to 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 then seen a copy of ' The Married . W omah's Private Mkdical Companion.' " From a Pliytieian. DANGEROUS DELIVERIES, OBSTRUCTIONS,. IRREGULARITIES, tC. How many are suffering from obstruction or irreg- clarities peculiar to the female sj stem, wbich on dermine their health, the effects of wbich they are ; ignorant, and for which their delicacy forbids seeking medical advice ! How many suffer from prolapxvt ' uteri (falling of the womb), or fromKOriAw (weak- ; ness, debility, c, c ) ! How many are in constant agony for many months preceding confinement ! How . many have difficult if not dangerous deliveries, and whose lives are jeoparded daring such time, will find -in its pages the means of prevention, amelioration, and relief! - Extract Jrom a Letter. To those just Married. " Had I known!" t "PmiAnEtrHiA, Nov. 29, 1847. IT .v Dr- A. M. Madriceau: Had I known of the im - portant matters treated of in 'The Married Woman's Private Medical Companion' some years ago. how much misery I might have escaped ! I have suffered " years from causes which you point out in your book, . without knowing what to do. I obtained a copy, and found my case treated of. I trust every female wil avaU herself of the information contained in ita pages.". Letters are daily received of this character, unne cessary to present . , . , . To those yet unmarried, out contemplating saar- . riage, or perhaps hesitating as to the propriety of incurring the 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 course, impracticable to convey more fully the various subjects treated of, ss they are of a na ture strictly intended for the married, or those con templating marriage; neither ia it necessary, since it is every one's duly to become possessed of knowl edge whereby the offerings to which a wife, a moth er, or a sister, may be subject can be obviated. t CJf Copies will be seat by Mall free fPostasa te the Purchaser. . tW On the receipt of One Dollar, " THE MAR RIED WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAL COM PANION" is aent (mailed free) to any part of the United States. AU letters must be post-paid (except those containing a remittance), and addressed to Dr. A. M. MAURICE AU, Box 1224, New York City.,-, Publishing Office, No. 129 Liberty st. New ork- Over aO.OOO Ceplea fcnve beaa seat by lMAU. witbin three months with perfect safety and ce. 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. Commu 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 the title of the work as "The Married La dies' Medical Companion," snd 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 tract of Land at private sale at a BAR GAIN, described os follow, to wil: The south-east quarter of the north east quarter of section No. thirty-six, in township No. five, nortn oi range rto. tourteen, insanausxy county, containing forty acres. r M"f This land is about three and a half miles west o. Fremont, in Washington township, and is excel lently situated and calculated for fanning purposes. J rersons wisning to purcnase win enquire oi tne Editor of the Freeman, or address the subscriber at Hagerstown, Washington countv, Maryland, post paid. GEORGE DE111L. Fremont, Jul? 13, 1850 18 . " iillli Price Bediieed! :; ... ...'.7 VAUGHN'S. ;-' j IITHOOTEIPTIC KIXTUEE! -" la-artfe Bottle Only One .Dollar. - ' The Proprietor of the Great Aimrican Romr, ? t ,,VATJOMN' VBOTAta LiTHOITTniPTIO MlXTOM," ' induced by the urgent solicitations of his Agents, t&roiifit' out the United iaies and Canada, has now ' ' "A --- r Seduced the Mm ' -' "'. ' of his popular and well known articla ; and from this dat, f henceforth, ho will put up but on visa only, hia quart ; -tool :tba tvtail price-will be- - - :; ... ONE DOLLAR. The public may rest assured that the character of the - Medicine, hs strength, and curative properties will . .' maim uncharged, and the same care wilt be bestowed in 4 : preparing; it as heretofore. " - k As this medicine, under its reduced price, will be pur chased by these who have not hitherto made themselves acquainted wiih its virtues, the proprietor would beg to j intimate that his article is not to be classed with the rset amount of " Remedies of the day it claims for itself frtmttr healing power, in ail dt teases, than any other preparation note before the ttorld ; snd hss sustained itself lor eight years by ita superior medical virtu ea, and, until ' this reduction, commanded double the price ot any ether article in this line. Notice Particularly, ihwarticleeeu WKkg.tthesJ Inf power and certainty, upon the - - r . - Blood, Itiver, Kidneya, Liuigm, .."--. , and all ether organs, upon the proper action of which life , and health depend, - . This medicine has e justly high repute as a remedy for . Dropsy and Gre-Tel, and all diseases of that nature. It may be relied upon wheit the intelligent physician has abandoned his paiienu end , tor these distressing diseases, more especial fy 1ropst, live firoprietor would earnestly and honestly recommend it. At ts present price it is easily obtained by ail, and toe trial ; will prove the article to be tbe Cheapest Kedicine In the World! ' ' ffZr Flease ask for pamphlets the agents gin them away: they contain over sixteen pages of receipts, (in addition to full medical matter,) valuable for household J purposes, and which will save many dollars per year te -. practical housekeepers. These receipts are introduced to mare the book of great Value, aside from ita character as an advertising medium for the medicine, the testimony in favor of watch, in the form of letters from ail pane of the country, may be relied upon. , -. - Ky Vaughn's Vegetable Lilhontriptic Mixwre "the : Great American Remedy, now for sale in quart bottles at ' ,l each, small bottles at 60 cts. each. No smalt bouiee will be iisued after the present stock is disposed of. Principal Office. Buffalo, N. Y. 307 Main Street . v - G. C. Vaushn, " Sold Wholesale and Retail by OLCOTT McKESSON As. . CO., 127 Maiden Lane, New York City. N. B. AH letters (excepting from agents and dealers , with whom he transacts business) must be post paid, or ne attention will be given te them,. ' . S. BUCKLAND, & CO., Fremont; , Charles Powers, Woodville, " 1 W. Ayenr, -Upper Sandupkr, -r- I 1 .. . T L' I. . I o i" 1 ., R. Perry, McCntchenville. v. ... . , . G. W Patterson, Rome, ' " " .' ' 1..L.S f -hit & Co., Tiffin city," ''' - ' D. W. A - .tr.mp, Bellvue. ' Zeigler & nook, Fort Seneca. ; . . ' , .; ? , . Wm. Fisk & Co., Cleveland, , , , , ( ' Whole Sale and Hetail. Fremont, Nov 23, 1850 ly " , ' - " ' THE BRITISH PERIODICALS : ,.''- ASD TUB . . , FA RMER'S GUI DE. . Liberal offers to Aew Subscribers!! . i LEONARD SCOTT & CO. 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