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f ... ' ' Tfc Union . , Mr, GeSffer, Senator from Ross and Picka way, closed hi able speech in the Senate, in the fallowing eloquent strain: Sir, it teems as folly to encomianiiM this Union.; It speaks for itself in the prosperity greatness and power of the country. It was offspring of necessity ; and with men of ordin ary patriotism, necessity will compel it preser vation. The seeds which brought it forth, were implanted when the plains of battle were red on the hill, and the emoke of contention was dark in the ralleyj when stout hearts . fainted, timid souls quaked, and the faithful almost forgot to lean on the omnipotence of God., It has brought us, from a small beginn ing, unto a mighty nation, bound us together t home, and exten ded respect for ns abroad. E?ery consideration which can influence the Christian, the philanthropist or statesman, links it to the American, and awnkens for it Kia watchful euardianship. The thrilling . memories of the cast; the glorious exhibitions of the present, the reasonable antipations of future, eause ti to cung to ana love ot tered be the tongue that will lisp against it; Daisied be the hand that would be upraised to mar it; and may every degenerate son who opposes its .duration, fall powerless before . it. aa fell D.-itron before the ark of the Lord. X As the dying saint raises his eye of faith to the Cross of the Savior for redemption, so may the living patriot ;centre his hope and heart upon the Union, as the ark of political salvation, tor mm ana nis cniiaren.. "A Union of waters a Union of laads, A union of States none can sever, '' A union of hearts, a nnioa of hands, - Our own glorious- union forever." 'II Ssdbetatio of the 'Richmond Whig,' . -crives the following account of an interview Jolm P Hale or the N. H. Senator, with a - Virginian, boh parties being at the Richmond Hotel. ' - "-Good Morninff. sir! Fine weather,' - The asme to you, sir I The weather is. in- deed, fine. i' -..-. - ' Allow me to ask, sir, if your name Hale?' -i.' ; '- It is, sir at your service.'-. -- . -John P. Hale, sir V V - "Yes, sir, prccisly.' ' . 'Are you of New Hampshire, sir? 'Yes, sir, just, that is my State.' " Are you Senator Haleof New Hampshire, air?,,' .- "-r: -'I am, sir, just that individual" ": , . -"Well, si., did it not occur to you that this was no safe place for you V. . , 'Why, really, sir, it did not ,. I saw that it was safe for your senators. Mason nnd Hun er, who hare been -oting with me all the cession on the Compromise bill: as did, in- "-deed, in the other Honse, all the rest of your Democratic delegation, except one- If you Joat web ihein why should you mob me?' . . Swa-rt "Rbplt. General Castanos had rom Id in -a court, and was more adapted for it than iar acanp. Hot weather, the . fl under and baggate with which the French Jiad encumbesed themselves, end the self-sufficiency of their commander, gained for him , he victory f Bayletu- He had the good sense nd modesty to ascribe bis euccess to those ircumstances. The French Genera!, Dupoint, iad the bad taste to preserve ls vanity even 4n his chagrin, i When be Je3rveri his sword to Costanos, he said 'Yoa may well, General, 3e proud of this 4ay ; it is remarkable that I bare . never lost patched battle (ill now I, who have, been i mora thaa twevttyv and gained tliem all ! ; "It is more remarkable, replied, dryly, the sarcastic Spaniard, 'because Inevetwas in one before in my life. ; - Sale fa Witt. -', '- ? The Stockport (Eng) Mercury contains an accouut of 0e sale of wife ai 'New Inn in '- the eountv-cf Derby ,(br five pounds one shiH- Hirr-" The husband who "sold her w-e Elitha ' G, a cattle dealer," and the purchaser ". was '"George Cn bachelor. The Wife is young and fair.and cried bitterly at being thas sharne- - fuliy disposed '. '.' All, but she was a white woman ; and thats a difference. If she had been black and an inhabitant of Georgia or South Carolina, what copious tears would not the English philan " thropist have shed over the vniortunate wo man! White slavery-is too 'commonplace nd famitar to them to have any claim ou the sympathies of the "nation of grumblers. . - - SoiEsra THOtreHT. We see not, in this life, the end of human actions. Their influence " never dies. In ever-widening circles, it reach es beyond the crave. Death removes us from this to aa eternal world time determines 'what shall be our condition in that world. Every morning, when we go forth, we lay the . moulding hand on our destiny, and - every evening when we have done, we have left a ' deathless impress- upon our character. We touch not a wire bnt vibrates in eternity not a voice but reports at the throne of God. " Let vouth'' especially, think of these things "; and let ' every one remember, that, in this world, where, character is in its formation state, it is a' serious thing to think, to speak, to act -r'. i - . ' Some enjoyments are regarded too much ' in the light of luxuries that are only to bo in- t dulged in quarterly or semi-annually, rather - thnn as something that belongs to every any ' life. The sums that are- now squandered in .' one of our annual parties would, in the hands of a Parisian iadr of taste and refinement, . defray that expense for a whole season. Out want ot economy in those things arises from the fact that we have been taaght to regard every thing in' the nature of enjoyment that , rangea beyond food, and shelter, sleep and a Sunday sermon, as something entirely useless, if not injurious; whereas the best course to pursue to make people .better is to begin by snaking them happier. . ' f , .' . Where is the fire? asked Mrs. Partington ""of a fireman, from an upper window, as the tells wera waking the'night with their clangor. t 'In- , was the ungallant response, naming '" the hottest title of perpetual warmth. " 'Dear rue!' said the old lady, bri the hills did he say, is it so far off? I wish it was nearer for your !'akel Bot he'll get there soon, she muttered ' to herself, if he goes on as he does now,' and she went to sleep again, invoking blessings on , guardians of public safety. " ' - The St Louis Intelligence says that citi zens of that city, who lately purchased a claim upon the French Government for a large.sum and who recently went to France to urge its adjustment has returned to New York, and telegraphed to his friends there that he has succeeded in having the claim allowed realize . from it about three millions of francs. , - A young lady lately appeared in male attire at St Louis. . Her-disguise was so perfect, a friend, of ours writes us, that if she had a - little more modesty she might have passed for A Big Fight. ; . We eut the following from last Saturday's New York Spirit of the Tlmss: Chalaingi to hb Wotw. The under signed will fight any man in the world, for ten Thousand Dollars a side, and he will give $3,000 to any man from Engand, to meet him here. The fight to come off six months after the match is made. And he further stipulates, shat if Judges and Umpire do not concede the fact that the match wasTairly won, he relinquishes all claim to the stakes. T. HYER. New York, March 20, 1851. Indiaks. There are 710 Indians still living in North Carolina: 357 males and 353 fe males. They have 120 farms, comprising 1,440 acres of improved, and 15.960 unim proved. Each farm has twelve acres improv ed and 133 and 123 acres unimproved, and are valued at $72 each. Their live stock is valued at S8.153. Last vear thev raised 15.- re76 bushels of corn. Among the 22 deaths in the year, was thatef Quaca, a female, aged 140 years. ... ... , Miss Lydia Maria Tumblin, of Columbiana county, Ohio, has been spliced to Mr. John Custard. Il,s not often the girls up there tumble-in custard. . . . Land Wabrakrs. The Bill before the last Congress,makiog the late batch of Land War rants assignable, did not pass. FREMONT PRICE CURRENT. CORRECTED WEEKLY. Wheat per bushel Floor per barrrl Cora per bushel. ; Oat per bushel. .-.. Butler perpoand.... - Erffa per doien.... Cheese per pound. Lard per pound..... Salt per barrell. Hide per pound.... Flas seed per bushel Timothr seed per ba 73i77 4 00 , .... 37 25 10 .. . 6 ......10 6 ....1 13 ...4 a 8 88 ....1 25 ....4 50 . . .13 00 06 ....1 00 . .37 50 .... 37 .... 75 ...... ao 7 $1420 ...I0al3 ....9a 13 ....8il2 Clover seed per bu ....... . Pork per barrel) : Hams smoked per pound. Beans per bushel ; Potatoes per buhet.... .... Onions per bushel. ......... Apple green. Apples dried.. . .i........ Beewax per pound.., Tallow per pound......... Slvvrs Pipes per M ....... . Hhd per M. ....... Bbl per M..... .... Blackwalout Lumber per M DIED. In this town, of ronsumption, on Friday. March 31st., Mnav Psa Lex Brush: daughter of Platt tROn tsq-, deensed: intlie IjthTear ol her see . "Father, I will that thev also, whom- thou hsst given me, bs with me where I am. " I saw a bud: it promised fair; ' - - Twas lovely on the stem, V.,, - - I sratehed to e the leave mifold," it Of this most precious gem. I vaiulv thot 'twould bloom on earth. And shed its fragrance rouod, . . That in the garden of oar hearts, Its fragrance would b fonnd. . , W know it could not bear the blast; . . We sheltered it with care: i We nursed for years, in tenderness, . This bud of promise rare. ' - Vain hope, for Ho who wstrh'd it most, To wham 'twns early given, Although it crashed the bleeding heart, - . ' ,. He bad it bloom in heaven. - , . Co. At her residence in Creen Creek township, San doakv eountv, on the 37th March, Mas. Mancv V. Hoa-ivwKfA, aged 63 years, 10 months, 18 days. 3l&T5ectisenunt0, THE Subscribers respectfully inform the public that they have entered into a partnership, for the purpose ot carrying on the Butchering business. Their friends who may wish to he supplied with the bet mats mat ' tlte eoutry anurds, are reqnesten to call at Urand's oM muiid, where . they will be happy to swpply tlvrm. vm accominodnting terms. GRUNO& M. VVEGS1E1N. Fremont March 29, '41, WHISKEY. Turenty-ve cents a Gallon. THriNES, Brandies, and Holland Gin, pure, on V V adulterated, either by Drugs or water: forsale cheaper tliau the some cau be bought at any other esisoiishmem in cue country Tobaccos, Scgars, . Candies, Nuts, RaisiiiSi Flasks, Hamburg Cheese &c, dbc, always on hand and for sale at the Grocery, in Bell's old stand, opposite the store of David Betts. ...... JOHN SHRENK. Agent - v - for M. A. Sbkekc. Fremont March 29, '51. . . Attatchmcnt Notice. A T mv instance an attachment was this davis- 1 V eord by A. B. Taylor a Justice of the Peace of Sandusky tuwnaliip. Sandusky county, agaiust the property and effects of David Beaybler, a non-resi dent of said couuty. R. W. MASON. By C. Edgkrtok. March 29, 1851. ; ; Sale of Real Estate by order of Court. ON Monday the 5th day of May 185T. at 3 o'clock P. M. at the door of the Court House, in thi town of Fremont will be sold to llie highest bidder, the following real estate as the property of Nathan b. Cook deceased, to wit:: In-lnt No fourteen (14) in triangular, in tract eight in the Reservation of two miles square, at the Lowrr Rapid or the San- nusfcv Kiver. Also In-lot Xo one (1) of subdivis ion of fractional. In lots No fifteen and sixteen f 1 51 nei : i i.i . . ii i i ii a ioj HtarvriFU "u iiniifu uy Laviu ixeeves our veror of Sumiimky county, on the 22d day of Feb ruary 1845. snhjet t le the dower of the widow. Appraised at $500. ELIZA COOK Administratrix,. ; if Natham S Cook. Fremont April 5, "51. BlXLETI.VNo. 1, FROM THE OLD REGULATOR! . First arrival of Spring Goods at HEAD QUARTERS, For 1851. Clear the Decks! Nim is ahead of all competition, and is laving in a STOCK OF GOODS! and preparing the way for a heavy carmmadc from u and by wy of giving them a little priming, shall open uie name ny oncrmg on pieces BEAUTIFUL SIMMER LUSTERS! at 12 J cents. Yard wide Lawns, 8 yards for $1. Cbildrsns' White Gloves at 1 cent a Dair. A magnificent line ofBerrege do Laines, a new arli ele. 10 pieces new styles Ponlins. and they must sell, a they are the rage all over the laud. 1000 Bonnet, the real - JENNY LIND si vie, at 50 cent up to the verv best quality for a trine more, anu spienoiu use oi Kibbons to match. ' ' Summer Sals by the Cart Load! We are onlv giving you a few prices bv wav of starters out loos out lor oreaaers, wnen we get on a lull neaa oi steam O. L. NIMS. Head Quarters, April 5th, 1851. s PERM and Lamp Oil A first rat article for saie at s. kdcklahd ec Co'. PROF. Barnee's Tricopheron. for restonng Baldness; Phalon's Chemical Hair Invigorator a baaotiful article, at WOOSTER'S. TOOTH Brushes, Hair Do. Hat do Clothes Do at WOOSTER'S. JLIST OP IiETTEUS REMAINING in tht Post Office at Fremont, March 31, 1851. Auspsh Philip Atesel Philip ' Ayers Dot W Beardsley N Brush Ptatt H.ebe Wm fc J Butler Jonah Butler Eli Bowlus Henry Baker Catharine Brown Sarah B ' Boyer Jacob Beitortha M t Black Elizabeth Rilings Henry I Kane Samuel ' Kiunscut Alfred King Jacob Kinnsrr John D 3 Kratzer David Kisaler Susan Lewi Benjamin Leonards Messrs ' l.ulz John 3 -Lambort Jabus Leaher Susanna Morrer Coon red MrersH B Miller Elijah Miller Grorge Mclntyra Sanford Mapes Joseph Mnxham A Smith Moonsy Jacob Bon piichoia Billing Isaae Boreo John Buner James . Boyer Emauual BomarEF Myers Samuel -Mason Alexander Murphy Chas Henry McLain John Myers John Melxwer Josiah McCormick Willim Moses Sarah McMallon Daniel Noggl Joseph Nasiiaum Jacob Ogle Enoch Outrage Benedict Overmyer Petr Prior John Permier Baptist Prince Mrs Lysander Pool David Philips George Prnneld Samuel iPhanis Catnarin Bnrdge Richard Brown Maria Crann Jacob Curtis Charles Cliamberlin Norman Coplin Mathia Carr Jame Cram John CIorbTS ; Collar Anna Cabonetrah C Calhoun RorC D Bishop Camball John Cram Iaaac Carl Daniel Clark Lewis Caldwell Thomas Dimon Ahram - Daheof Moaea Dunning Exekiel Down Sarah Posay Isaac Reynold WHS Rock John ,-- Day B W Dr Emmerson S M Eldridge Anson Engler David or Daniel Frisby Lou sa Roush Michael 3 Redmon Misa Lis Raph Sarah J Rock John i Freeman R P Rogers Itaao Reighard Jacob . Fuller Mr Foulk Miss S L Fry Henry F ruber Jacob Feun Harriet J - , Fisher Geo W Ferris John Frv Jacob Green Chas G Graver Hezediah Glaze Joshna Riker Snmuel Kitter Martin Reed Georsre - Inline John Spohn David ' , . Smith Jacob gmith G Sull Michael Stule Geo Shull Harriet Stull Andrew J Greene Garwood Galloway James U . Gams Jacob Hiett John W Huffman Ge Honzman John Huffman Chas or Fred Hullinger John W Harvey Geo Harvey SamueL Hullinger Henry Harris Mrs Lucinda Hare Christopher Hite- George Howel Andrew Halter Catharine Hogen Henry Hamshire Jacob 3 Helpin Abram Heverling Chrislina HowerChristo.iher Huston P G2 Hogen Hnrrit Ha ii ford Julia Inke Mr Irntiro T H ire D Smith David Snyder Daniel Spade Ann Sigenthaler Wm Silverwood Wm . Sweet John Stump George Thompson Nelaon Thompson Lyman 3 . Tillotson William Topping George Webster A3eph P Wandersol John Walker Washington G Wheeler G A 2 Williams Lewis Wichmean Henry Woodford Zenah Whitmore Obed Whihnew Peter -" Williams Jacob Walter Michael White G H Wool cot George Zinck Joseph 3 Vanwagoner Mose Yount Daniel Zveors John . Jacobs John' Jones Hannah Keller Robert M KarrEhab Keam Daniel 2 Foreign Letter - Persons calling for them will please ash for adver- Fremont April 5, '51. NOTICE. mHB Board of school Examiner for the county, I will hold their session in the basement of the old Methodist Church, commencing on Saturday March 22d at 1 o'clock f . M-, and continuing on successive Saturday for 8 week. F. S. WHITE, Clerk of Board. March S3, 1851. FRESH LIME. THE undersigned will keed constantly on hand the coming year. Fresh Lime at Ballville, one and a fourth mile up the River from Fremont. D. L. JUNE. March 33, 1851. RAILROAD NOTICE. mTE qualified voter of Sawlnsky county, (sx JL cept Towiiaend and woodrille Townships.) are hereby noticed to vote on the nrst Alonday in April next, at the places of hoidiug Election in the seve ral Townships, for or sgainst the conntv Commis sioners subscribing in behalf of the county (except Townsend and Woodville lownships) the sum of Filly Thousand Dolars to the capital stock of the Toledo, Norwalk and Cleveland Rail Road Com panv. The voter will vote by ballot 'For Sub scription,' or 'Against Subscription.' . The voters aforesaid will also vote at the same time for or againat empowering said Commission ers to sell said stock after the sain shnll be sub scribed, snd they will vote bv ballot 'For Sale,' or agaiust sale,. tllKUftl HUKU M. WRIGHT MICHAEL REED. . Commissioner. Fremont March 8. 1851. MARINE AND INLAND ZZfSXTZt..IVCXl, BT THE Protection Insurance Company, OF HARTFORD, COIJV. Capital Stock and Yearly Premiums: $1,000,000. AS Agent for this old. well known, and highly responsible Institution, I am prepared at all times to issue policies of Insurance against loss and damage by Fire, or the perils of Nuvigation upon rue most favorable terms. C. EDGERTON. Agent for Fremont and Sandusky County. March 8, 1851. Toledo. Norwalk A- Cleveland Rail Road. STOCKHOLDERS residing on the western Section of this road, can pay their assesments, at the Banking House of Messrs. Birchard & Olis, in Fremont, to Alvin Coles Esq., who is authorized to receipt for the same. W. T. KITTREDGE, Trea. Feb 4, 185 1. Attachment Notice. A T mv instance an attachment was this day is- X3. sued by A. B. Taylor, a Justice of the Peace of Sandusky township, Sandusky county and State or Ohio, against the property and ettrcts or J. ii. Barnham, a non resident of said enmity. CHESTER EDGERTON. Fremont Feb. 18, 1851. K0TICE. "NTotice The Stocaholdersof the Fremont, Green .LN Springs & Republic Plank Road Company, ar notified that an assessment of 10 per cent, on their Capital Stock is hereby called for, ths same to be na-d to Ezra Stnner, treasurer of said Company, at Green Springs Mills, on or before the lOthday of Fehruar IP51, and every sixty day thereafter until the whole is paid. By order of the Board of Directors. R. SMITH, Pre. Dee. 14 1850. 1 WEEDS' and Pittsburgh Iron at Havkv.s. Attachment Kotice. AT my instance an atlxchment was this dsy is sued bv Daniel Baker, a Justice of the Peace, in ths towuship of Ssott 8anduky connty Ohio aeainst Hie property and effects of Honry Herrington a non-ri sident of said county. . A. HUMMAH. . March 8, 1851. w B LANK BOOK-;, full bound Ledgers, Journals, Dockets, Cash and invoice boos.?, at Buchand's. M ON ROE'S Tonic, a certain core for Fever and Ague for sale only at S, Buck land & Co's." ZEPHTT R WORSTED patterns, Canvas, Board and Needles, i t Hatxes. CASH paid for Laud Warrants, at Had QuAarers. NEW HARDWARE! 'r Aa.'BT X LEATHER, TIN, ATVTs STOVE STORE! AT THE. SIGN OF THE Padlock s& Stove! In the Store formerly occupied by E. N. Cook Nearly opposite the New Bank. THE SBBSCRIBERS take this opportunity to ay a word to the citizen of Sanduskr and neighboring counties. You have no doubt long felttho necessity of having a Hardware establish- ment iu f remont. where cau be fonnd an assort ment of goods necessary for nearly every branch of business! Seeing Ibis, w have com among you, with as good an assortment of Hardware of all de scriptions as can be found in any town weal of the city of New York. From a long connection with the business, our facilities for buying American goods direct from the manufacturers, thereby sav ing commission to agents, will give us the advant age of sellingover general country dealers, as w are disposed to sell goods at a small advance above coat. Wn shall ba the better able to do so, a we have concluded to adopt the cash system. We will take any thing the farmer has to offer in the way of produce, and-pay the highest mamei price in casta or Goods. Among our extensive assortment, may be found the loilowingarlicles, Viz: FOR FARMERS' USE. Shovels, spades, hay forks, manure forks, po wire and ox tip. Spring bellows, steel tato hooks, hoes, and yards, oven mouths, and pruning knives. - Scythes, grain cradles, sevthe snaths, rifle, rub wheel neads, & sives. Chopping axes, crow bars, grind slones and alone, hay rake, and rollers, and pick axe. sheep shares. Corn shelters, plows. Nail and iron, and all the necessury imple and fanning mil:. ments lor larnira' use. Rope, bedcord, twine. Mechanics' Tools! Carpenter Planes, Bevels, and squares, taw teU, and cutting pliers. Braces and bits, augurs and gimblets, augur bits, end hollow augurs. Broad axes, hatchets, hammers and addzes. Plane Irons, gauges, compasses and gouges. Fenner, mortice, tur ning chisels, and turn ing gouges. Coopers' tools: an as sort ment of Barton's best Tanners' tools; and brushes, paint mills. Anvils, vices, ham mers, sledges, bellows, slocks and dies, pliers and wtneers.' Hand, panel, up and bacK saws. Masons' trowels, o lipers and rules. German and cast steel mill and X cut saws. Circular taws, web saws, and key hole do. Taper, mill, flat, ha I round, square, and round hies. Wood rasps, half ron and flat, horse rasps. W renches, back saws, frames and stretchers, HOUSE fc CABINET TRIMMLG8, American door lock of every description with silver plate, mineral and brass knobs, at manu facturers prices. Braes and iron pattent blind fastenings and self fastening hingt-s. Blake's patent thumb latches, stop latches, k-nb & rtm IwrteUess Window spring, frame and screw puiltes, sash and fastenines. Butts and screws.bolts, cnbboard ketches ami Buttons. Cubboard, till. chest and trunk locks Brads, tacks, finishing nails, rivets, hooks, sta ples and J.asps, strop, hook, table and bliud hinges. Mnhoffttr and miner- I drawer knobs, bell pull, door knockers and fasteners, shatter screws springs. Leather and Findings. Sol snd upper leather, knives, long sticks. kip skins, french and common, calf skins, morrocco, roam, lining and binding skins. Last and pegs, shoe hammer, piheers, pun Steel tacks, ran files. stitch markers, brush & bone slicks. Roll binding, galloon -Hiding and webbing. Shoe thread, wax. ches and rasps. measuring tapes & size Pegging and sewing sticks. awls, psl. helves, com French wheels, peg markers, collices, sta'ps last hooks and bootirons mon do, sand stone. sparables, gum, kit files, shoulder sticks, shoe of ait descriptions, SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKERS. A full assortmsnt of Buckels, rings, terrets. Tools, hammers, pin cers, punches, pattent pad hooks, swivels, cock leather compaases, pink eyes, breeching loops, snaffles, mull & ring bits ing irons, rein rounds, seat awls, needle and awls, pattent cbannelers splitting knives & all stirrups. Brsast oc rein snapps, pad screws, ornament, brass reveta & nails, r- other necessary tools. Haines pad trees, blind irons, saddlers silk, tts, martingale rings, & all the trimmings nec essary for a harness. rein x. girt web. Carriage makers and Blacksmiths. Iron axels, steel springs Stump joints, carriage wagon boxes, maleable iron, tc carriage bolls. sows, top irons, india rub cloth, curtain frames Bras & silver hub &. carnage lamps, iron bands, sand bands, dash frames, &. seat handles. ce steel horse shoes Si horse nuils, rasps and all Pattent leather, pat. the necesearv tools for cloth, satinett, damask. blacksmilhing and wag. on making. broad & narrow lace, & lace tacks. Public Generally! Brittania, brass, pla all sizes, chain pumps ted, iron, jap'd, tin and glass candlesticks. oc fixtures. Guns, double & sin gle barrel shot guns, ri A beantiiui assort ment of Phosgene & so fles, pistolFtpowdr.shot lar, stand lamps, cam phene Sc. oil side & sus pended lamps, & mantle piece ornaments. . percussion caps, powder horns, game hags, shot pouches, & gun trim mines. Knives & forks, pen Cofiee mills, paint & pocket knives, carv ing xtiives, steels, butch - mills, skates, sad irons 4 tailor's goose. Brushes of all des criptions. x bread knives x. cleavers. Cords & tassels, slides Wooden & willow & rollers for curtains, curtain pi s fc bands, a ware. bives, cards, corrv fine stock of the latest combs, tea, hand, cow. styles win dowshades fc damask for enrtaina. cl sitMgii bells, wire cloth &. brass kettles. Scissor? & shears, ra Jappaned ware, an zors, hrittanin tea ai, cof fee pots, sn afters & trays brass & iron andirons. assortment. Gnte latches &. hing es, & foot scrapers, and shovel & longs. a general assortment of Pumps & lead pipe of j housekeeping articles. Stoves and fin Ware." We would call the at An assortment of tin ware constantly on hand Si. manufactured to or der. Till conductor & cave trough. Eng & Russia stove pipe, zinc, sheet iron & coppor. Stoves trimmed with tin or copper. Job work done at the shortest notice, and in the neatest and most subslsntial manner. tention of farmers and others to our fine stock of cook & parlor stoves consisting of fanners air tight, mechanics, west ern & premium, & iron witch. Parlor, Irving, thears fancy, open front, cot tage, sheet iron & box stoves, beautiful styles all of which we will sell at as low prices as any establishment inthe state Don't forget the plac in Tyler's block, opposite the new Bank, the sign of the mammoth Pad-lock and S ve. CANFIELD fe. iillTCHELL. Fremont, Nov. 23d, 1850.. ly. CARPENTERS can find Hand-saws, Draw k nives, steel Squares, try Squares, plane irons. Nail Hammers, Hatchets, &e. of the best quality at mmi' Cheap Stoki. THE choicest Liquors and Wines for Medicinal and Mechanical purposes for sale at XfrCxTlAXD B. (MP Rail Road Store. JVEWEGOOIlS: SEW GOODS! -,. SECOND ARRIVAL OF Fall and Winter GOODS! At the Railroad Store! John P. Haynes & Son, Dealers in every variety of FANCY AXD STAPLE DRY GOODS! Boots and Shoes, Eas and Caps, Ready Clothing, Hardware, Crockery, Nails, Glass, Leather, Stoneware &c. &,c. "We Will not be Undersold," IS OUR MOTTO! We have just receivee our third slock of Goods for the trade of 1650, pdrchased at the close of the business season, in New York city when jobbers, to avoid wintering goods, were selling them at mannfacturera' prices, and wero consequently bot' lower than the early purchases which will enable us to offer yon Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots fc Shoes Hals and Caps, Jfcc, at greatly reeuced pi ices. We need not enter into an argument to convince you that we are selling cheaper than other establish ments, for the fact that we have sold Two Larue Stocks since June, 1850, is convincing proof that we are selling Good Goods, and selling them low. CALL, AND BE CONVINCED. To the Ladies! Finding Ladies' Goods, such aa Shawls, Alpac cas. Merinos, Do Laines, Ginghams, Prints, &c , &.C., very low, we purchased a large assortment, which we will sell T-.VKRTV MB cr.T Lowcn than the same articles can be sold by those who bought earlier. Ginghams 12 cents per yard; better than ever before offered in this market for that price. Come and satisfy vourselves. . Shawls Bav State, Empire. Scotch, Brocha, Cassimere, and Black Silk Shawls, which we offer at great bargains. Prints, the best and cheapest assortment ever ottered from b- cents to one shilling, and all fast colors. If yon want a dress, be sore aud call at Havnes' before buring. " TO THE GENTELMEN. If you wish to save twenty per cent in baying your Clothing, Boots and ohoes. Hats and Caps, and have a fresh and belter assortment to choose from than ever before offered yon, call at the "RAIL ROAD STORE!" also, if you are in want of any kind of Groceries. Muslin, Leather, Nails, Glass, or Stoneware, come and look at our stock before buying. And with the determination to spsre no pains to give entire satisfaction, both to our village and country trade, we cannot fail to continue to hear it said that . - HA.'S'IlirEiS is fhe place to buy "Goods as is Goods," Che a p, Remember the place North Store, Bnckland's Brick Block, and the Motto, "We will not be Un dersold." P. S. Wanted in exchange for Cash or Goods, 10,000 bushels Wheat, Oats, Corn, Rve, Barlev, &c dried Fruit, Flax seed. Hides, Sheep Pelts, Cooa skins. White Beaus, Rags, dib. Nov. 23, 1850. Head Quarters REMOVED! ! Since the Great Explosion and ttloiv up at Head Quarters! J. S. OLMSTED, Has been to N. York City, AND PURCHASED A LARGE STOCK Of New Goods, And is now prepared to supply all the former customers of Head Quarters, is addition : . to his old friends and patrons who by their patronage rendered : OlmstedsEsiablishment Celebrated throughout Sandusky county, as the most favorable place to buy their Goods. HE WILL STILL CONTINUE At bis Old Stand on the Turnpike, Opposite Whyler's Tavern. In his assortment trill be found B BLACK, Brown. Blue and Mixed clolh, black, mixed aud fancy cassimeres, blue, black, and mixed satinetta, Kentucky jeans and tweeds cloth, red, white and Yellow flannels, red and blue plaid cloaking, gimps, fringes, calicoes, gimghams, al paccaa, and lawn cloths, shawls and dress hand kerchiefs, and the most fashionable fancy dress goods lor the ladies that the New Xork marketcau afford. Bleached and brown Shirtings, Canton Flannels, Ribbons, Black Silk for Dresses, Sewing Silk, Checks, Vestings, Twist & thread, Comforters, Cohoe's Shirts and Drawers, Traveling Bags, Muffs, Carpeting, Waddings, Battings, Cotton Yarn, Carpet Warp, Carpeting, and almost every description of Dry Goods thai are kept in the Western Country. Groceries, ; Tea, coffee, sugrir, pepper, spice, ginger, nutmegf, clove, cinnamon, starch. Balreratus, rnnddtr. indigo, alum, &c. Hard-ware, Cros-cut, milt, hand aud wood-fairs: cross-cut, mill, and hand-saw Dies; aweed's iron, flat and round bare; cut and wro't . nails; band & hoop iron; cast, spring, fe American steel; Ames' shovel, hay and rnanur forks; nail rods; While's Simmons and Collins Cast steel Hxes; besides an extensive assortment of SHELF HARD-WARE, such as, Pocket-knives, table ktiiYes and forks, butts and screws; doot hangings and trimmings, &c, &c. Boots and Shoes, a very great variety and warranted waterproof. HATS & CAPS, A GOOD ASSORTMENT. Sole and Upper Leather, ttc; all of the above articles will be sold cheap for Cash, or ex changed for Wheat, Corn, Gala, Rye, Timothy, Cloreror Fax-seeds, Hides. Sheep pelts, Butter, Lard, i.ggs, 1 allow and Wax. ggf Don'tlet those Shylocks around where the large flags hangout, make you believe that their stores are branches of Olmsted's Estab lishment, it is only gammon. Olmsted's Store is still on THE TURNPIKE, and Olmsted is there himself, to supply his friends. Fremont, October 5, IbjU I.StBACE. THE Portage County Mutual Insurance Com pany, will insure against losses by fire, on the Cash and Mutual srstem. R. P. BUCKLND, r remont Fs. 1, 1831, , Bulletin o.l. GLORIOUS NEWS FROM. Heady Quarters! The Returns are all fa, and IS declared elected. The majority for Head Quar ters will range from . 1 50 to 200 tons of the most splendid variety of Goods that were ever waftrd op the San dusky River, After so close aeontest, thisip prob ably the greatest victory ever won by mortal man. The news was telegraphed from Sandusky cily, en Tuesday evening, and we immediately charter . . ed ihs steamboat Islander for three, per haps fonr trips. "All aboard passengers frea." Nims is the sole Agent for the People's line, THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT WITHOUT LASDISO ! " Having secured a TrcrocndaHs Low Freight, by shipping onr entire line of Goods in connection with lbs Old Establishment in Elyris, and by way of Oswego, atabont on half the nsual . Prices paid by Bnrtall dealers, . who ship by Buffalo, And hsving many friends to reward.and no enemies to punish, we propose Offering some inducements to the People of Sandusky and adjoining counties, That will drive the Old and New Combination into On the 28th day of September, We shall commence selling SO.OOO pounds all kinds of Iron for wagons at $3 60 per hundred. As we are the sole agents for this kind of iron, we can warrant it to be of the very best quality or the Cash shall be Refunded. 20,000 pounds best Eastern orWheeling Nails, at $4 per keg. . . v - , - 2,000 pounds splendid cotton tarn, warranted one thread to hold up the bundle, at only 87 cents per bundle. ' 100 cases Boots and Shoes, and the whola shall be sold on the low pressure system. Our stock of Ready -Made CLOTHIA O, is probably the la gest in Norlh-westera Ohio. We hare prepared onr south room for the exclusive stle of Hats, Caps. Boots and Shoes, and Ready Made Clothing lor the IjadlCS, we bar a large line of WINTER DRESS GOODS. And we can sell them 'splendid new style deLaine at 121 cents per yard. Real Scotch Ginghams at Is. some for less. Plaid Prints at 4 cents; lOOpeices at 6i cents, and we will warrant the cloth lo have beeu'worth more money before they ever went iuto the print works. .... We can only enumerate a small portion of our ponderous stock, but shall ba disppointed if we do not see the whole country moving in one Grand Phalanx, for Head "Quarters! As it is the Old Regulator of the County! In all ages and sectionsof the country it has been rostomary for people after sailing nnder one class of Colors until they become old and tattered, to take another Mack.' . In future we shall make a special charge for all vetbatim Circulars copied from Head (Quarter. ... Canh Paifl FOB ALMOST EVERY ARTICLE, Brought to this Market by tht f'armers. Hbad Quarters, ) ' " Sept 26th, 1850. j Stand from Under! BOOTS AND SHOES! ire on the Fa l.'f . TOPPING dk WECSSTEIN. ARE just receiving a large and splendid Fall and Winter stock of Boots and Shoes, which Will be sold cheap for Cash!, - It consists in part of Gents, Calf, Kip and coarse UOOTB dz SHOES. Ladies Enameled Lace and Polka Boots; Enam eled Excelsiors aud Buskins, and a great variety of suppers ana i ies ol the best style, lasting, Mo rocco ana cjii . LACE AND GAITER BOOTS. Misses Enameled Lace and Polka Boots; Mo- rrcco, Lasting. Gaiter, and Lace Boots; Calf and Kip Hoots, Morocco Buskins, Slippers and Ties. Children's enameled, lace, and polka boots, Mo rocco and call lace boots and shoes. A general assortment of heavy Boots, for the coming season. . . Boys', Tooths.' and c hi Mr en's kip and coarse boots aud shoes. A general assortment of Ladies; Gents, and Mis ses Patent ; : - ' - India ub ber Boots and Oyer Shoes. Also, a large stoca of Leather and shoe Findings, v. Inch we would be glad to have our city ana coun try shoemakers ext. mine. -: Boots and Shoes from measure. Our town and country customers can have boots and shoes made to order at our shop. We have secured the services of several experienced work. men, especially for this branch of our business, and anr work entrusted to us will be warranted to FIT, and of GOOD STOCK. South Store in Tyler's Mock at the of the big BOOT.JtX Y remont Oct. 5, 15 MEDECINE DEPOT. DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, DYE-STUFFS, dc. J. K BOOSTER, ' T"l TOULD respectfully inform the inhabitants of U Fremont and vicinity, that he has opened the stnre recently occupied by Messrs. Oppenheimer. with a good nd well selected s snort in en t of Drug, Medicines, Paints, 6il. Dye-Staffs, &c.B which lie offers on very fair and liberal terms. -v Having been engaged iu the bueines for several retire, he can assure the public, that from his expe rience and facilities in buying in the New Yoj k md Exetera Markets, that he enn and 'will Bellas Inwiv nnr establishment in Northern Ohio, lie will not be undersold. Pit-ase call and examine quality and prices, and if we don't sell you, it will not be owing to in price Physicians are particularly invited to call and ex amine qiialiiv aud prices. At J. F. Wootter's Drug Store may be found a choico lot of Liquors for Medicinal. Mechanical, & Sarramenlul purposes. Alcohol, 4h proof Brandy, pure. Pure Juice of the Grape. Port Wine, Ma deriti. Sherry, &c. Fremont Dec. 7 1650. . In Chancery. in Ottawa Com in oh Pleas,: Eirtluud ) J. P. John B. Suser, j JOHN B Suser will take notice that said J P. K irf land has fited in the court of Common Pleas of Ottawa count) Ohio, his bill in chancery, the ob ject and prayer of which is to foreclose a mortgage given by said John B. Suser to T. P. Handy ou the d day of December 1843. to secure the payment of three promissary notes of thirty three dollars and thirty three cent i-ach, with interest thereon, which mortgage covers or describes the following lauds and tenrments lo-wit: The south half of the south west quarter, teefi'n six (6) township seven 7 Dirlh of range fifteen ( 15) containing 72 and seventy four out nundredth acres JOHN Lt GBEENE. Sol forConin't. Feb. 28, 1851 . f- " NOTICE T1 Iiereby jiven that my wife' Nancy has left my A bed and board without justifiable canre. and I hereby forewarn all persons not to trustor hnrbar her ou mv aeconnt, as I will pav no debts ef her contracting "-'MOSES PEAHOFE. Washington Tp. Feb. 7, 1851. 1 - lw- SteamMHI fer Sale. , THE subscriber now offers his new steam aw mill for sale, sitaat ne itiu Koad, about lea milea easterly from Fremont, snd only 100 rods from tbe Haamesand Western Re serve Tornpiks Road, and within abont S& rods ef the surveyed line of the Wellington and Toledo Railroad. . - TheMill is a supsridr one, in all respects, being in a lieal I hy loeatisn, having the very best of watnr, that which will not corrode a boiler. The building ia ef the most sohstau'.ial kind, 3d by 61 foot, fitted to saw logs 30 feet long. Having twocircalarsaws and a machine for sawing felloes attached, arid sufficient power in the engine to drive the whole, and tha boiler large enough to make the steam. iauu more iow. athTNDANCE OF TIMBER. alt aronad, and men that have gat the snap to thrm to haul it; there being no leas Mas seventy tesma astir ia one day last winter, attached lo some foriy sledsaad boats; and every ten daS of good sled' ding is equivalent to abont one thousand logs. - Any persoa wishing lo get large contracts lor itia Railroad, or wishing to enter into the lumber bai- ness will find it to their advantage to call and se for themselves. And any persoa anticipating building a mill, can op equally as well to call, for they can half pay for one while they would be sanding, i lie tmiiamg being so framed, sa Is be easily taken down and set up would require but little time to remove it. The subscriber has also Ida acres or poop land about forty acres cleared, a gooo frame Barn, a yoB'Jg Orchard of over one hundred grafted Apple trees, moat of which ar bearinr, with Peaches, Pears, Plums, Cherries, Quince, Grspes, 4ke. Ac which have also commenced bearing. The mill and farm will be sold separate or together, to suit purchaser; and liberal terms of payment given. or further particulars enquire oi - : F. I. NORTON, Frsmonl, or tha subscriber on the premises. , VY. Vlw B. i ia. Tork, August 3, 1850. '- - " 07 A quantity sf seasoned wseon and bue?y felloes, ioeether with an extra quality of narrow lath, and lumber of all kinds kept constantly a hand, ehesp as can be had at any other mill in tha eoontry. - 31:6m) W. L. C. New Advertisement. EAT AND GROW FAT. , : .MEAT , AS IS MEAT, i I I1HE Subscriber respectfully informs the ciliiens JL of Fremont and vicinity, that he continoea the Butchering business at his old stand, where he will furnish his customers with Beef that will 'put fat on the ribs' in a way that will bo surprising to lean folks. No nse of going hungry, and bankeritg af ter the Sesh pots, when Ton can get meat of tha very best quality, and at prices to correspond with 'lean and lank' pockets, bv calling at Grnnd's old establishments . Tha coming' season his arrange ments ars such that his customers can be supplied every morning with the best Iheeonntrvcsn afford. - G. F. GRUND. Fremont Jan. 54 ltfSl. r -; .-a-' '. Ij. 19 Parker Snrgeoii Dentist, RESPECTFULLY tenders professional service lo the citizens of Fremont and vicinity, ail ope rations relating to the preservation and beauty of the natural teeth, or tbe insertion of artificial teeth, on pivot, pele or silver plate, done in tbe neatt-st manner. . He isia possession of the latest improve ments now in use, consequently he flatter, himself that he is prepared to render entire satisfaction to thoss who may desire his aid ia any branch of ill. profession. ', , Lethean Ether administered, aud teeth extracted without pain, if desired. ' Office in Caldwell's Brick Building, aver Or. Rice's office. ; , ,.r - Fremont Jsn. 24,' 1851. ."'-"' A DESIDEKATIM! " Gold, Steel, and Quill reus Snperscded. Each of W hyte's newlwly invented amnlga ied Zinc and Platina -Pens is equal to thirty Stetl Pens, and surpass nil others in elasticity-One trial will prove the fact that they are cheaper and better than any other pens invent ed. Price 3 eents each, or 25 cts per dozen. Manufactured by R. Wliyte, London, Eng. Jacobs A Co., sole agents for the patentee for the United States. - a BUCKLAND & Co. sole agents for Fre mont Sandusky county O. - FremonVNov, 19, 1850. v 37 ; 3 m. EXTRACT From the Laws and Regulation of the Post Office Deparlmeut. Chapt. 7, Sec. '59. 'When the mail arrives en Sudayi he (the postmaster) will keep his office open for one hour or mure, if tha public convenience r. -quirs itr after the arrival aud assortment therofB unleseit be during the time of public worship; in which case be wilt keep the oflice open for on. hnar or more, if necessary after the same has ceased.' - Tha abova regulation will be observed at this offine. . . L M. KELLER P. M. Post Office, Fremont Jan. 1851. Corn 3c Cob Mill. flORN in the Ear can be ground at the Crnghan W Mills. JOHN MOORE. JAS' VALLETTE. Ballville Dee- as, Tf-59. r Bounty Lands. BT a late Law, Congress has granted Bounty Lands to all officers and privates whoseivcd is the War of 1813, Florida and Mexican Wars, and Indian Wars since 1790, according to their term of service, or their widows or heirs in rase of death. The subscriber is in"possession of all necessary , papers and information requisite to obtain these war. rants, and tenders his services for this business. u C. EDGERTON, All') at Law. - Fremont, Oct. 19, IS50 32:ff GOLD PENS. B AGLET'S Gold Pen and Pencils for sale , cheap, at - -. S. Bccklird & Co's. WARRANTT, Mortgage, and Quit Claim Deeds for sale at thtr ' FREEMAN OFFICE PERFUMER Y! ROSE Hair Oil, ' r Ox Marrow, Bear's Oil s Maccassar Oil, Bandoline Fixatrice, - Philoeomb, Cream of Rosea and Lilys. - Cologne, Rose and Lavendar Water, &e, Ac, . - just received, at PrcirtaKD's. . To f.f t. . . , rpHE STORE and WARE-HOUSE now occo JL pied by E. N: Cooa, in Fremont. Possession giveu the 6th October next. Apply to '" R. P. BUCKLAND. Fremont. Sept. 12, 1850. 29 - i PATENT MEDICINES. , Townseud's Sarsaparilla, Old Jacob's Do. ssinr do., in two onart bottle., nnlv i S.M bottle. Javnes Faniilr Medicines: O.irnod. lurii. Cholngogue; Perry Davis's Psin Killert Brant's Medicines; MofTalt's Life Pills & Phesnix Bitters: Ayres Cherry Pectoral: Traak's Maguelic Oint. incut and almost every Patent Medicine of the l WOOSTER'S. jjiyi. Valnabio Farm for Sale. - FT'UIAT valuable and well' known farm sitoalrd J on th) south bank of Ihe Mautn.e River, about (en miles south west of ihe town of Perrysburgsnd tviaumoe city, and known as the Ilcaare'a Farm. Said farm contains about three hundred and Eft acres, about two hundred of it bottom: and all of it of the very best quality, well adapted to grain and .toca tanning. Abont xtiu acres ol the land is ua er improvement, and ready for a crop. Upon the premises are a good Stokk Hocsc, a good bearing orchard of apples, pears aud peach, s. ab iirKXHAOSTuiK stohk qcAnRT of excellent build ing and Time ercae, anp two very good water pow er..,, f his furm extends across the river snd bounds tor ahuut a mile on Ihe Wabash & Erie Canal. . tt is considered by good judges, oae of the beat, if aot the very best farm upon tho river. It will be sold cheap, and a part of the purchase monsy can remain if required, neon mortgage unoa the premises. . For particnlsrs enquire of . . BtNKETT ifc HARRIS Toledo, Ohio, Feb. 23,l?5t. , HULLS Trusses, Don Me & Single, Abdominal Supporters, Shoulder Braces Sr. at , , ... nuii; i r.K'f. GHEAP PUBLICATIONS. A choice lot of Harper ek Brother's, ra.t reciv.d at ' -' EccKUkSD'e.