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i It (' GtQUoK .V. URftny. t Shjkaew that aha waa growing blind www tha dreary Might - f fj rThut toaa would fall, without a Mr, -': i Ci i kpo.erian Jig"':1 i..,, .' . .1 H s -f , Tt never did aheroaka complaint, f t " .v' k Bul P1 ch day might bring "" beauty ta her wanning eye ... f ; : ijTh loveliness of Spring. ; . f - ' She dreaded thl eclipse which might " " u Perpetually inclose - Sad memories of a leafless world f i $ epeclral realm of eaowai - ;.' 1 :' She'd rather that the verdue left , An evergreen to shine Within her heart, as summer learea . - '" It memorT on the pine. She had her wish; for wltea (he sun O'erhung hia eastern towers, . And abed his benediction on A world of May-time flowers , We fo jad her seated as of old, In her eccuetoui'd place, - ': ' A mid:ii 'lit in her sightless eyes, . " And mora upou bar face! o " " ' r ; Dcgia Right. ); ', This little fable,' said my uncle, 'may, per j taps be of service lo some poor devil more lov t ingthan wise." - A certain man once married lady, whose reputation for amiability of temper was serious ly questioned, if not in , reality seriously questionable. At the wedding, avery t tbing vent on merrily, of coarse ; the party aJ the supper magnificent the whole af . fair bad been eminently successful, and all parties extremely delighted. On retiring to his appartments, the gentle man found himself annoyed by the mewing 1 and purring of4a cat. ' " 'What in the devil's, name is that? he ex- claimed. . ' '-- Oh, nothing, my dear replied the bride, "but my farvorite cat, Pussita.' , 'Oh, d n Pussita. J hate eats!' and with - this h most nncererooneouslr threw Pussita out of the second story window. Well, if you havn't got a temper." 'Yesmy dear you'd better believe it! 'Every thing,' continued my uncle, 'went on well in that establishment even to a- warm dinner on Sunday. Now it so happeued that a friend of the above mentioned gentleman, who had some months before committed the error of marry- iigan "angel,' took occasion to inquire of ium - - 'Hsw it was, thnt with him everthing'wenl merry as a marrissre bell' he. (his friend.1had almost given Dp the idea of wearing pantaloons at an. . .--......' Whereupon he related his story of Pussita . ana we second story window, without,' said - ancle, fully impressing upon his mind the im portant moral, that it was necessary to begin right.' Nevertheless, there waa thatJin his eye, when he started for home, that told of treason.' - Well, said his wife, you've come at last have you after keeping me sitting up for you and what's the matter: you iavn't been drinking, have you! You look very strange.' Not in the least, my dear bnt I hate cats. '' love'y !' ' -"''-.. 'You do, do you well like 'em that's the difference!' ' Hereupon the husband made a dash at poor . Tabby who was quietly snoozing on the sofa and rusbed impetuously to the window. You have been drinking! What art you going to do, monster. F , . Throw her out of the window ! You'd better try it I'd like tor see you do - it I'd break every bone in your body why ' don't you throw her out ? I dare you to do , it!' , - He put the cat softly down on the sofa, hung liis hat on a peg in the entry, his manliness ' and his pantaloons on an easy chair, and ex claimed ; 'Go in, ducky, darling, and win I didn't .begm right!' - 'I rather think you didn't you'd better tako a fresh start but don't try that game again, or you'll catch it come to bed,' and be went ' - ' Wrongfrom the beginning!?' , ( , A London paper notices exceedingly curi- ous groups of stuffed animals exhibited at the World's Fair by a German. They consist of series ui laoieaux, in wnicn tue animals por tray either a scene from nature, or illustrate some well known fablv. There is a learned pundit of a fox- reading a book, and looking as wise as a Lord Chancellor; there is a love scene on a sofa, at which no one can resist a smile. The village school, with the instruct ress holding up the rod, is capital ; there is a frog with a parasol equally laughable. Two hunting seines, in which a boar and a stag are brought lo bay by the hounds, are beau tifully arranged. . The Oregon Spectator says the Lesrislaiure of 1850 were furnished by the Secretary of the .territory witn the pen-knives which he obtained from a merchant At the close of the session the bill was 'handed in,' but the members refused to pay said they' didn't waat the knives so the Secretary "gathered them in" and returned them to the merchant The members swindled the merchant out of a session's use of the pen-knives, and he was glad to take back the knives and not loose the whole "bilL" - -: - - A Voics from a Missionary. A clergy man in the South-west writes to us as a post script to a business letter: "Please say to the abolitionists at the North and those who advise the fugitive slaves to re sist, that in the opinion of one who has been missionary for more than fifteen years in the State of Mississippi, one balf of my time be ing devoted to the instruction of the colored people, they are doing more to perpetuate alavery, and more damage to the slaves at the South, than all the world beside, and that I do regard them as the worst enemies the slave has npon the earth. Will they think of this ?" N. Y. Observer. - " ''' - : o - y' A paragraph Is going the rounds of the pa pers and a long run it has had too, for we have seen it in the papers of a dozen States stating that the Legislature, last winter re pealed all laws for the collection of debt why so much pains has been taken to circu late such a story we don't know nor can we tell how it originated no such tiling has oc curred, however, and as letters from other States have been received here enquiring if it ia tine, we hope the correction may be made by the press. ; Detroit Free Press. Mr. Riddle the American Commissioner at the great fair, insists that the Americans con tribute the best piano fortes; the best car riages, wagons, and coaches; the best plows and winnowing machines ; the beet cotton ; the best dentists' tools, -dentist-work, and labor aaving machinery f and he ought to have ad ded the best daguerreotypes. If intoxicating drinks had been admitted, how many premi ums the Americans would have taken for new jtnd-unrivalled combinations of spirit, sugar nd water . T " :. la Chancery. Courteommoii pleas, Saudusky county, Ohio. Alexander It. Ewing's Ad'inr. vs. ' 1,r John Smith. 1 " BY virtue of a decretal order iiMicd out of the euurt of eommoii piens, of Samlutky county, Ohio to ma directed and delivered. I ahafl ollV-r at public sale at .he door of the court house in Fre mont, in said county, on the 16th day. of June, next, between the hours prescribed by law, the fol lowing lends and lenemriits, to wit: In lot Nj (36) thirty aix as known and described ou Ewing's addition to tht-jowu platt of Sandusky ill Sandusky county Ohio. Levied uu nud taken aa v the property of John Smilli to aatisfy and execution in favor of Alexan der H. Eewiug'a adininistrntor. CIIFSTER EDGERTON, Special Master iu Chancery. Fremont. May 3. 1851. Ill Chancery. Court Common Pleas Sandusky County Ohio. The Stato of Ohio. William Hubbard et al. ve. William Sargeant Lorio L. bargeant. BT virtue of a decretal order issued out of the court of commou plena of Sandusky county, Ohio, to me directed and delivered I shall offer at pubiic eule at the door of the court house iu Fre mont, in eeid county, on the 6th dyr June, A. D. 1851, between the hours prescribed by law the following laude and tenemeiils, to w;t: Tho aast part of the west half of the south east quarter and part of the wast half of tile north east quarter of section No twenty (20) in township of York, iu the rountv ofsandutky and elate of Ohio, and bounded as follows lo wit: commencing at a post en the eonlh line of the Maumee and Western Reserve Road at the north east corner of lands be longing to or formerly owned by Charles Morse and running thence south 3 Jehaine and 67 links, thence aast 1 3 chains and 54 liuks, thence north 22 chains and 29 liuks. thence north 73 decrees, west 8 chaius and 75 links, thence north 5 chaina aud 25 links, thence uorth 73 degrees, west 5 chains and 19 links to the place of beginning, containing 35 and 75 one hunriredtha acrea of land more or less and being the William Sargeant Tavern stand, so called. - Leviecon and taken as the property of William Sargeant and Li.rin L. Sargeant to satisfy an exe cution in favor of the State of Ohio and William Hubbard. CHESTER EDGERTON, Special Master in Chaucery . Fremont, May 3, 1851. Exhibit f the Receipts & Expenditures of the Corporation of Fremont, for the year end ing April 1851. Total amount of orders issued for I . Corporation purposea and road work, 1104 28 Cash ree'd of J. S. Tyler, former Treasurer. 23 74 Cash ree'd of Township Treasurer U'5 00 Cash ree'd for Riceusea, 33 00 Cash ree'd of county treasurer , 443 54 $630 54 Ami of corporation llabilitiea To meet the above liabilities, there are claims against Lots, for which a tax ia levied, to the amount of $473 74 184 76 Excess of Expenditures, There are also orders issued for $288 98 sidewalk work, which are leana upon Lots to the amount of $1102 62 Tax levied on lots to meet above liabilitiea, $1102 62 C. R. McCULLOCH, Recorder. Fremont, April, 1851. 3w. WANTED, : rftHE subscriber wants One Thousand Cords of JL wood cut, for which aliberal prico will be given, and easb paid. - H. RANDALL Jr, Greea Creek April II, '51 GOLD PENS. BAGLEY'S Gold Pens and Pencils for sale cheap, at S. Bucklard Sl Co'a. P ERF U ME li Y! ROSE Hair Oil, Ox Marrow, -Bear's Oil Maccassar Oil, Bandoline Fixatrice, Philocomb, Cream of Roses and Lilys, Cologne, Rose and Lavendar Water, &e., dec, just received, at qucklakd s. Ij. D Parker Surgeon Dentist, T ESPECTFULLY tenders profeesiooalservices Xlio the citizens of r remont and vicmitr, all ope rations relating to tho preservation and beauty of the natural teeth, or the insertion of artificial teeth, on pivot, gele or silver plate, done in the neateat manner, tie is in possession ot the latest improve mentsnow in use, consequently he flatters himself that he ia prepared to render eutire satisfaction to those who way desire his aid in any brauch ol the profession. Lethean Ether administered, and teeth extracted without pain, if desired. Office in Caldwell's Brick Building, over Dr. R ice's office. . Fremont Jan. 24, 1851. Petition for Partition. Court common pleas, Sandusky county, Ohio. Samuel Smith Polly H. Smith Christian Gnsser& Adaline H. Gasser -vs. Eliza A. Coffiin Monroe Coffin Robert I. Tarlor & others ELIZA A. Coffin, Monroe Coffin. Robert I Taylor, Mary E. Taylor, Erly J. Ilerbster. John F. Herfasler, John M. Honeywell, Emeline Honeywell, Esther E. Honeywell, Harriet S. Hon eywell, Napoleon B. Clark, Oscar A. Clark and Erastua W. Honepwell willlake notice that a peti tion was filed against them on the 30th dav of April A. D. 1851," bv Kamnel Smith and Pally H. Smith his wife. Christian Gaeser and Adaline C. H- Gas aer his wife wherein sid Petitioners demand parti tion of the following Real estate situate in the coun ty of Sandusky, to wit The west half of the north west quarter, and the west half of the south west quarter of section eight, iu township four, north of range aixteen, containing ibtl acres more or less, and that at the next term of said court application will be made by siid Petitioners for at order that partition may ba made of said premises. R. P. BUCKLAND Att'y for Petitioners. May 10, 1851. 6w. Administrator's Sale. Joseph Kelley, Adm'r ? of VV m Barns dee t vs. " J Nero M Aldrich and others ) THE nnderaighed will sell at public vendue on the 16th dav of June next, at the door of the Court House in Fremont, between 10 o'clock A M and 4 o'clack P M: The east half of the north west quarter of section No (I1J eleven in township No 4 fonr Range 13 thirteen; auhject to the dower estate of Ruth Aldrich therein. Terms of sale one third cash, one third in one year and ona third in two years with intereat, se cured by mortgage on thetpremisee. JOSEPH KELLEY Adm'r. May 0, '51. MONTEREY HOUSE : " WOODVILLE, OHIO: B T BEjVJMI. MEEKER. 8 CARPENTERS can find Hand-saws, Draw knives, atee I Squarea, try Squares, platteirone, Nail Hammers, Hatchets. & c. of the beat quality at HiMvt'Pnliv ftrn,,. THE choicest Liquore and Winesfor Medicinal and Mechanical purposefor sole at KUCKLAlfD 8. Corn & Cob 31ill. CORN in the Ear can be gronnd at the Croghan Milla. JOHN MOORE. J AS' VALLETTE. Ballvillo Dec- 28, 1M9. -WOOD WANTED! ' ANY quantity of good Hickory and Ash Wood will ba taken on subscription at the Fftfttaua Qric. lupivnrdi of 10,000 Care!! CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED!!! " DR. KODGEBS' Compound Syrup of. Liverwort & Tar. F0? the Cure of Consumption, and all Dis eases of the Lungs and .Breast. THIS Great Remedy haa not only made almost incredible cures of Consumption, bnt it breaks np the most distressing Cough, Cold, Pain iu tha Bieast, and Asthma; iu a few hours lime. We au thorize ouragouls, in all cases where it does not give immediate relief, and the buttle ia returned, to cheerfully refund the money. We wil now ask the afflicted candidly to " exam ine the facts below, which substantiate tha merits of this great remedv; fuels which are iticoatroverti- ble, and cannot . be denied. We refer you to the statements of well knowu Physicians and Profes sors,who have come forward and substantiated these facts. The most incredulous cannot but be con vinced thatit has made cures rt here everything else has failed. Extracts from Certificates which can be seen tn full by calling on the Agents. A letter from John A. Collins, Esq., Editor and I roprietor or Hie 1 emperance Organ, also A gent and Lecturer for the Grand Division of sous of Temperance of Ohio: . Cincinnati, November 29, 1843. A. u. Scokill Deah Sib: For the past eight or ten mouths, 1 have felt inclined to say some thing in relation to the extraordinary healiuir quali fies of your preparation of Dr. ltodgera Compound ayrup of Liverwort and Tar, foryour own, but more especially for the benefit of those unfortunate per sons who are threateued orafflicted with Pulmona ry Consumption, aud who, like myself, have a great aversion to quabks, to their specifics and catholi cons; but a combination of circumstances has pra- vciuea uuiii now. Iu November,' 1846, mv wife took a severe cold. which settled upon her langa A violent cough waa the consequence, which increased in severity dur ing the winter, aud reduced her lo almost a skele ton. It waa nearly incessant, and attended with seaere pain in the side and breast, accompauied witn lever and cold nignt sweats. She expeclorated more than a pint of matter daily. Ulcers gathered upon her lungs and discharged. Her bauds and feet were cold and clammy as death, and a purplo tint settled upon her lips. The skill and varie.i ef forts of oar family physician were complete!)' bailed. On the 1st of May, 1847, he informed me that he could do uothing mere than grant her temporary re- iiei, mat ner case was nopeiess, aud ttiat she could not survive more than a fortnight at the furtherest. I immediately called upon Dr. R. S. Newton, of this city, (who had beon so skillfulin the treatment of concern, ) and stated hercase to him. He rec ommended Dr. Rodgera' Liverwort and Tar; as sured me there was nothing of quackery aboot it, but purely a scientinc preperation; and gave me the history of several cases, all considered hoelese, where this preparation restored to health. A bottle was procured, and in one week the expectoration wOs uearlv conquered. She continued gradually to improve, her appetite relumed, her cough iu a few months ceased. She recovered her strength, and to a very great degree her health, and is now a most 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 stricure across the breast. 1 have been enabled while suffering from severe cold and hoarseness, to speak with comparative eaae for two honra. It haa one advantage, in my own case, over other expec torants it doea not derange the digestive functions producing headache, or nervons inability. I regard it as admirably adapted for the ase of public speakers. KeapKctfultr yours, JOHN A COLLINS. From Dr. Hiram Cox, late Professor to Ct'- cinoati Jiciectie Medical Colledge. Mr. A. L. scovill. However reluctant I nave been to permit my name to be attached to patent medicine, I conaiderit a duty to the community to state that in three cesea of incipient consumption, viz: Misa Boll, Misa Barger, and Mr. R. H. Cox, one of our City Council, that Dr. Rovers' Liver wort and Tar operated more like a specific than any otherremedy that I ever used. One of theaases", viz: Miga Bell, pronounced by several physicians to be laboriugunder the last stage of scrofulous Con sumption, she is now in good health from the nse of a few bottlea or the above syrup. HIRAM COX, M. D. Cincinnati January 25, 1847. For Sale by S. BUCKLAND & Co. Fremont Jan. 18, 1851. SteamlUill for Sale. TH E subscriber now offers his new steam aw mill for sale situate on the Ridgu Road, about ten 'miles easterly from Fremont, and only 100 rods fruln the Maumee and Western Ke serve Turnpike Road; and within about 25 rods of the surveyed line of th Wellington and 1 oledo uuilroad. . The Mill ia a superior one, in all respects, being in a healthy loeatisn, having the very beat of wator, that which will not corrode a boiler. The building is oflhe most auhstailtial kind, 35 by 61 feet, fitted to saw logs 30feet long. Having twocircularsaws and a machine for sawing felloea attached, and sufficient power in the engine to drive the whole, aud the boiler large enough to make theateam, and more too. ABUNDANCE OF TIMBER, all aronud, and men that 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 eledaajtid 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 KaJroad.or wishing to enter into the lumber bust less will find it to their advantage to call and see for tliemaelvea. And any person anticipating building a Mill, can op equally aa well to call, for they can half pay for oue while they would be building, the buildiug being so framed, as to be easily taken down aud set op would require but little lime to remove it. The subscriber has also 105 acres of good land about forty acrescleared, a gooi. frame Uarn, a you :ig Orchard ofoverone hundred grafted Apple trees, moat or which are bearine. with reaches, Pears, Plums, Cherries, Quiuc.-s. Grapes, &c. &c which have aUo commenced bearing. The mill and farm will be sold separate or together, to suit purchasers; and liberal terms or payment given For further particulars enquire of F. I. NORTON, Fremont, orthe subscriber on the premises. W. L. CURTIS. York, August 3, 1850. ICT A quantity of seasoned wagon and bnggy felloes, together with an extra quality of narrow lath, and lumber of all kinds kept constantly on hand, cheap as can he had at any other mill in the country. 121:bin W . L,. K 1YIEDECINE DEPOT. DR UGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, DYE-STUFFS, dc J. F. W00STER, TTTOULD respectfully inform the inhabitants of v V r remont and vicinity, that he has opened the store recently occupied by Messrs. Oppenlieimer, with a good and well selected assortment of Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye-Stuffs, &c, which he offers on very fair and liberal terms. Having been engeged iu the business forseveral years, he can assure the public, that from his expe rience and facilities in buying 111 the W ew I oik and Eastern Markets, that he can and will sell as low as any establishment in Northern Ohio. He will not be undersold. Please call and examine qnalityand prices, and if we don't sellyou, it will not be owing to the price Physicians are particularly invited lo call and ex amine quality and prices. At J. F. Wooster'n Drug Store may he found a choico lot of Liquors for Medicinal, Mechanical, & Sacramental purposes. Alcohol, 4th proof Brandy, pure. Pure juice of the Grapa. Port Wine, Ma deria, Sherrv, &c. Fremont Dec. 7 1850. PATENT MEDICINES. O P. Townsend's Sarsaparilla, Old Jacob's Do OsMusaing do., in two quart bottles, only $ 1 per bottle; Jaynes Family Medicines; Osgood's ludia Cholagogue; Perry Davis's Pain Killer; Brant's Medicines: Moduli's Life fills at. rhosmx Uitters Avres Cherry Pectoral: Trask's Magnetic Oint ment aud almost every Patent Medicine of the WOOSTER'S. TTULLS Trasses. Double &. Single, Abdominal X JLoupporters, smoulder Braces et c. at WOOSTER'S. c HEAP PUBLICATIONS. A choico lot of Harper & Brother's, just received at Buck land's. rpOOTH Brushes, Hair Do. Hal do.ClothesDo lit WOOSTaiai'S. BO 0 ICS! BOOKS! The subscribers have just received Decidedly 'the Largest and liest selection of EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET Miscellaneous, Clasical, Medical aud School Books, among which, the following are a few: The writings of Gen Washington, by JaredSparks, 12 volnmea. Presedtt's Conquest of Peru, 2 volumes; ' do do Mexico, 3 vole. do Ferdinand and Isabella, 3 vols; do ' Miscellanies, 1 vol; Allison's History of Europe, 4 vols; Hildreth's United States. 3 vol.: Maccanley's History of England, 2 vols; Hallam's Works, 4'vols; Gibbon's Rome, 4 vols. Stephens' Yucatan; Greece: Em-Dt 3,r,iich! Complete Works of Lorenzo Dow; Addition's Works; Burke's do. ' Josephus' Works 1 and 2 vols; Byron's do bhakspeare's Works, J and 2 vols; Rollin's Hittorv -" do Chamber's Information for tha People, 2 vola; American nevoiuiion z Vols: Marshal's Washington, 2 volumes; Neat's Puritans, 2 vols; Life of Brant, 2 vols: MraEdgeworth's Works 10 vols: Spark's American Biography, 10 vols; Memoirs and Administrations of the Presidents. Cooper's Naval History; Brand's Encyclopedia; nisiory 01 tne uironaists; ljiie of f rankliu; Mrs. Bremier's Novels, complete iu one vol; Harper'a Family Library, 34 volumes; do School District Library, 150 volnmea; do Clasical Library. 20 volumea Swan's Treatise; Swan's Miscellany; Webster's Dictionary, unabridged 00 ao Large, revised; do do Universityedition; do do School edition: United Slates Dispensatory, lateediion: Eherlee's Practice; Eberlee'e Therapeutics; Smith'a Hand Surgery; Watson'aPractice; Hooper's Dictionary; SCHOOL BOOKS OF ALL KINDS. M'Guffey's Eclectic series of Readers; Ray's, Adams', Smith'a, Davis', Dabol's and Par kin's Arithmetic; Clark's, Smith'a, Well's, Burritt'a andlKirkam's Grammar; Smith's, Oloney's Morse's and Parley's Geogra- pny, o&c, o&c. STATIONARY. Any quantity of FoolaCap, and Letter Paper plain and ruled. Gilt Edged and Embossed; Letter Envellopes, of all kiads and styles. CALL AND SEE! At Bitchland's Brick Block. S. Bl'CKLA.l) dc CO. Fremont, July, 1850 17 New Drug Store. S. BUCKLAND & CO.: DEALERS IN Drugs, Paints, Oils, Dye-stvffs, Glass-ware, fiiosgene Has ana Lamps, tec, tee. T I lHE subscribers have itist nnenerf I.... L of the above articles, which with their former stock completes the largest and beat assortmentever brought to Fremont or vicinity ALL OF WHICH ARE WARRANTED. Physiciana are respectfully requested to call andexamine our articles of Drugs and Chemicals, as we are determined that Fremokt shall 11 the Town to bov Goods CHEAP. All our merchants say they are selling Goods CHEAPER than they can be bought in Sandusky, Tiffin, or any where else in these 'Diggins' and are .JJetermined-not to be outdone by them in the way of LOW prices. O Cocictrt Dealers, will find it to their ad vantage lo buy of us any articles in onr line, aa we are sure tee can save them the transportation aneasi. PAINTERS and MECHANICS, using Paints ofany kind who wish Good Articles can be supplied at the smallest possible advance from cost. White Lead pure Extra, No. 1, dry ana gronna in oil, unrome I enow, Chrome Green, Paris Green, Red Lead, Lampblack, Litharge, Varnish, Linseed Oil, warranted to dry Turnen- tine, &c. Sl. Brushes of all sizes and kinds, at 20 per cent, cheaper than ever. GIVE US A CALL. -V0.3, Biicklati ,s Uriel Block, 3 Sign of the Big Mortar, jgtf Fremont, Saudusky co. July 6, 1650 17 OIil Dr. Jacob Townsend's SA SAPARILLA. nnHTS Medicine is made up wholly of VEG- .1 ABLr, substances, contains no mineral substance of any kind, and is perfectly safe and certain in its action in till persons, young or old. It is a most efficient article in effect ing the following purposes: 1st, It PURIFIES THE BLOOD, and cleans es the whole 63'Stem of acid, slime, worms a:id bile. 2d. It is a sovereign remedy iu all cases of Chills and r ever, and is equally good in ordinary cases of Rheumatism, especially in those called acute or inflammatory. This is a valuable medi cine in Fever and Ague Countries, particularly in the South and West. Used in the Spring 'aud Fall, it will effectually cleans the Blood and system of bilious and other morbid matter, and thus pre vent a hoet of Acute aud Chronic Diseases. 3d. It is a great remedy for Liver Comp'ainta, Disease of the Kidneys and Urinary Organs. 4th. It acta wilh remarkable efficacy in cases of Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Sick Head aches. Flatulence, or Wind, and creates a goodap petite, by giving tone and atrenglh to the stomach, and other digestive organs. 5ih. It is equally good for Colds, Conghs, Broiichitii, and uthar diseases of the Lungs aud Chest, Pleurisy, Palpitation of the Heart, &c. 6th. It is inestimable in casea of Diarrhoea, Dvs entery.and Summer Complainta, in Meu, Women and Children. 7th It is a very excellent remedy far NERV OUS DISEASES, aa Tic Doloreux, or Neuralgia, and Nervous Debility. 8th It is one or tiie best medicines for all cases of Scrofula which arises from over leating the sys tem followed by sudden cooling, from baddiet, liv ing or working in damp places; from humors left in the system which heve been produced by measles, scarlet fever, small pox, itch, and the like. Hence it cures Lrvsinelas, salt Kheum, bcald Head, fe ver Sores, and various Eruptive Diseases. 9th It ta also the very best N U KoLU 1 MEU IC1NE for chilnren, ureal in Measles, Scarlet Fe ver. Small Pox. Kine Pox, Rashes and Er notions of all kinds; and especially good for those Fevera and Diarrhcuas, or liowell complainta which arise from Teetliing. 10th It is a very good DIURETIC, producing a free and easy passage ol urine, it is also au ex cellent DIAPHORETIC, promoting eentle per spiration, and thus cures many cases of Dropsy. 11th Itisirrestin FEMALE COMPLAINTS. especially in cases of irregular, suppressed, or defi cient menstruation, common Fluor Albus, and all the difficulties arising from Pregnancy in all its stages. I 2th It never fails to cure Costivenessand riles which are not of the bleeding kind, and acta gently on the bowella, but neve aa a harsh cathartic. . Price One Dollar per Bottle. IL7Six Bottles for Five Dollars, j-fj Principal Office for the Western States at 169 Main street, Cincinnati, between 4th and 5tbt G. W. CALHOUN, General Agent. For sale by S- BUCKLAND & Co. Fremont. Dee. 4, 1850. Fluster! Plaster! p BARRELS Common, Witeh and Fine Gray t)t) Plaster, just received, and for sale by S. BUCKLAND & CO. Fremont, October 19, 1850. White Wood liiimber, o F all kinds and clear stuff for sale by Feb. 9. O. H. FUSSELMAN. M ON ROE'S Tonic, a certain cure for Fever aud Ague fur sale only at S. BUCKLAND fe CO'S. ZEPHYR WORSTED patterns, Canvas, Board andNeedles.it Havkkb. . CASH paid for Laud Warrants, at Ux ad Quarters. " OVERWHELMING ESTIMONIESt OVER HALF A MILLION OF TESTIMONI als have been received by the Ptoprietor of ., McALISTER'S t t upi 1 mi.i 1 n r. - " - . . - c Dk... . ?J- .1 . .(.niTnl .nilr. .. . I. H ' r iiic i,t.. - '.' ' EJ3M :'::i: lehrated. from Counsei- j5:i lora learned in the Law, from Judges of celebrity -" - . 1 11 ' v. .- iu; ou tue Deu.CH, Hum wiiii- 5 istera of the Gospel, whose undeviating in- igg?2 . terity have made them RS-S shining lights in the P-- path of Truth, from en lightened Profe wrs, from acute Merchants, and from those of everv stati n, name and degree among mankind all of which, without one d a aenting objection, ironounce this Uiutment to be GOOD. Aa dav bv dav it unobtrusively extends its sphere of action along the borders of our vast coun try, and ia circulated throughout ita extent, new evidences of its power and new proofs of its effi cacy are continually developed. Three millions of Boxes, applied to disease within the last four years, has established the astounding fact beyond the power 01 cavil or contraoicnon, mai 11 19 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, fcc. It completely restores the INSEN SIBLE PKKSHKA T1UIM, ana oy mis means opens those avenues bv which Nature intended to expel the morbid matter of the body thus ia the system cleansed, the blood purified, and the health re stored. - ' ' It has the power to cause all external soree, Scrofulous Humors, Skin Diseases, and Poisonous Wounds, to discharge their putrid matter, and then heal them. We are not ashamed of tha names of All-Healingr Ointment ! Or the World's Salve ! which a discerning public haa 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 aingle case haa it failed to benefit when the patient waa within the reach of mortal means. Wholesale and retail at tho Grand Depot, 141 FULTON ST., New York, and by all Druggists throughout the United State. J. McALISTER, Sole Proprietor, - 141 Fulton St. N. Y. S. BUCKLAND & AO., 19 Only Agents for Fremont Shaker Sarsaparilla, IN QUART BOTTLES, AS PREPARED BT B. S. D. HOWE, Needs but one trial to establish its merit as the BEST SARSAPARILLA. EVER discovered for the cure of the numerous diseasea arising from a debilitated and derang ed state of the sVBtem. Female complaints, Liver complaints, Scrofula, Biles, Pimples or pustules on the face, chronic sore Eves Ringworm, or tetter, scald head, rheumatism, paina iu the bones or joints, and all diseases arising from an injudicious use of mercury. Purify tue Blood and a 1 is we 1. A REMARKABLE CURE. ' Columbus. Indiana, June 5lh, 1850. Messrs. S. D. Hovt& Co. Genileinen: About six months since I was attacked with what my fam ily physician called lit nous rneumoma, which be came seated deeply on my lungs, and after my phy sician had broken up the fever my lungs still seem ed to be seriously affected. 1 had noappetite'whot ever; my skin seemed to have lost its action aud function, there was no perspiration, and in tact uiy self as well as my friends had given me up as incur able in consequence of my complexion of disease, and ace. which is about sixty rears, until one of my neighbors called to see me, who some four months since was afflicted similarly to mysJf,Bnd had pur chased u couple of bottles of Ok. S. D- Howl's Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla, and it gave hersuch speedy relief, she prevailed on me to pur chase a bottle and trv it. 1 done so more to gratify my friends then thnt I had any expectation ot being benefited by the medicine, nut oefore l had iKen the whole of ono bottle my strength and appetite bet?an to improve rapidlv as well as mv skin, began to perforin its proper function. 1 purchased the second bottle, and by the time it was all takeu I wasresored to as good health as I have enjoyed fur the last twenty years. Mrs. L. M K 1 iMX k 1 . Dr. S. Jackson a distinguished physician of Indi ana certifies to the abovecure, and uses Dr. Howe's Shakkr Sahsahahilla in his private prarlirje and recommends its ue for all diseases arising from a vitialedstate 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 Shaker Sarsaparilla since its in troduction in the western states, has established its character in this section ofcountry. Thi$ is the only Sarsaprilla that ads on the Liver, Kidneys and Blood at the same time, and hence its singular efficacy and success. Be svre and get Dr. S.Js Howe s baaker Sarsa parilla and take no other. Uuart liotlles :$ i per ooiue or or o nonies ior $3, FOR SALE BY S. BUCKLAND & CO.. Fremont, Sandusky county. Whelden & Rhodes, Sandusky city, George Eberl. Tiffin. And by DR. S. D. HOWE & CO., Proprietors, No. I, College Hall, Cincinnati. O. To whom all orders must be addressed. IT FltEEJIAIV, IIODGFS & Co. IMPORTERS AXD JOBBERS, 58 LIBERTY STREET, NEW YORK. Betweon Brordway and Nassau. ARE uow receiving a rich and beautiful assort meiit of Fancy Silk and Miliiurj Goods, to which we would parlicularU invite the attention cf all Cash Purchasers, and will make it an object for them to give us a call, as we are determined losell our assortment, for Cash, lower than ever before of fered in this market. Milliners can supply themselves with every ar ticle in their line, at about the cost of Importation or Auction prices. Man of our goods are manu factured expressly for our own sale, aud cauuot be surpassed for beauty of low prices. . Rich Hat and Cap Ribbons, a large variety. Silks and Satins for Bonnets. Crapes, Crape Lisses, Tarletona and Illusion Laces. Trimmings for Hals, Caps and Dresses. Jenny Lind Caps, Party and Opera Head dresses. Embroidered Capes, Collars, Cuffs, and Cheitu- setts. Embroidered Edgings aud 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 Sewintr Silk. Scarfs, Cravats and Bress Hkfs. - Swiss, Jaconette. Book Muslins, and Bishop Lawns Embroidered. Damask and flam Cautoe Crape Shawls. A Full Assortment of Straw Goods. French and American Artificial r lowers. With a large variety not mentioned above. All wishiug to avoid paying long prices wilf make money by calling and satisfying themselves. Feb. 8, 1851- Land for Sale. THE following lands belonging to the De Forest heirs will be sold VERY CHEAP, as the 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 1 west h'f south-west quar north-east quar north-west quar south-east fraction south-west quar 80 160 160 90 ISO Also 10,000 acres of Land, in Ottawa county, embracing every variety of aoil, timber and prairie. Settleracan be accommodated with such tracts as they may wish, and the prieea will he not more than half such lands would sell for in Illinois or Wisconsin GEO. B. SMITH. Sandusky City. June 29, 1850 lfi:3m 'JO PAWTEBS ) AINT Brushes, Varnish do, Striping do. , Oil Sc. Lead, Copel Varnish &c. at WOOSTER'S COD LIVER OIL. B Y the Bottle or Gallon, warranted pure at 17 5 6 17 5 6 17 5 6 16 6 36 16 6 36 '1: MARRIAGE : WHY SO OFTKW UNHAPPY. THE CAUSES AND THE REMEDY 1 ' Mart and many a wife endures years of bodily . rafferiDg and of mental anguish, prostrate and help less, embittering her life, that of her husband, sua ' Hazarding the future welfare of her children, arising from causes which, if known, would have spared die suffering, the aogaish to the wife, and lo the hus 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 bis bosom. How important that the causes should be knows to every wife, to every husband, that the dreadful and harrowing conseqoencee to the health and hap, piness of both may be avoided! Life is too short and health too precious to admit any portion of the one to be spent without the fall enjoyment of the other. The timely possession of a little work entitled aa follows bas been the means of saving the health and the life of thousands, as over - TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND copies have been sold since the first edition was is sued. The author haa been induced to advertise ft by the argent and pressing request of those who have been-indebted to its publication lor all they hold dear (that all may have an opportunity of obtaining it), and who have favored him with thousands of letters of encomium, soma of which are annexed to the adver tisement. THE MARRIED WOMAN'S Private Medical Companion. BY DR. A. M. UAUR1CBAU, paoraisoa or vissasss or wonts. Ttctntieth Edition. 18m., pp. 250. Prut, (1.00 THI8 WORK 13 INTENDED ESPECIAL LY FOR THE HARRIED, or those contempla ting marriage, as it discloses important secrets which should be known to them pftrticnlarly. Here, every female the wife, the mother tha one either budding into womanhood, or the one is die decline of years, in whom nature contemplates ao important change can discover the causes, syrup- toms, and the most efficient remedies and most eer- . tain mode of care, in every complaint to which ber sex is sabject. 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 UNHAPPY WIVES. Extract of a Letter from a Gentleman in Dayton, O. "Dattoh, May 1, 1847. "Dr. A. M. Maobickau My Dear Sirs 'The Married Woman's Private Medical Companion,' far which I enclosed one dollar to your address, came safely to hand. -1 would not have troubled yoa with these few lines, bnt that 1 am impelled by a sense of gratitude, for myself and wife, lo give utterance to our sincere and heartfelt emotions. " My wife haa been perceptibly sinking for soma three years or more, in consequence of her great an gaish and suffering some months before and daring confinement ; every successive one more and more debilitated and prostrated her, pitting her life in im minent danger, and which was, on the last occasion, despaired of 1 supposed that this state of things waa 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 perusai, I cas -not express to yoa the relief it afforded my distressed . mind and the'joy iu psges imparted to my wife, on learning that the great discovery of M. M. Deso meaax provided a remedy. It opened a prospect to me which I little conceived waa possible. No pecu niary consideration can ever repay the obligations I am under to yoa for having been the means of tm parting to us the mslters contained in Tbe Married Woman Private Medical Companion.' hot for this, ere another year would have passed over my bead, in all human probability my wife would have been io her grave, and my children tea motherless-' Extract from a Letter. Competence and Health. Lancaster, Pa., Oct A, 1847. "Ifr Dzar Sir: I know yon will have die kind ness to bear wilh me in encroaching upon year time, while I acknowledge (in behalf of myself and wife) the obligation, we feel ourselves under to yoa in hav . big made known certain matters, contained in your most invaluable 1 Married Woman's Private Medical Companion.' It baa been worth iu weight in gold to me. If I express myself rather warmly, yon will see that 1 can not do so too warmly, when 1 inform yon of the extent to which 1 have, through it, been benefited. I will state my sitattton when I obtained voor hook through the merest cariosity I look npon it ss one of the most fortunate evenU of my life. 1 had been married some ten years, and was the father of seven children. I was long straggling unceasingly, to the end that I might gain a moderate competency, bat the resalu of my utmost exertions at the end left me a hoot where I was at the beginning of each year ; and that only, with tlie most stinted economy, suffi cing with barely the necessaries of life. Finally, this constant eflbrt was beginning to have iu effect npon my health : I felt leas capable to endure iu continu ance, while 1 felt the necessity of perseverance. - MThis constant, unceasiug straggle on my part was imperative, in eonseqaence of the prostrated oondl- -lion of my wife iwith occasional intermission) for six years, much of tbe time confined to her bod, and of . coarse incapable of taking the charge and manage ment of household affairs. Her condition arose from csuses of which I was ignorant Oh ! what would I have given had I the six years to live over sgain 1 w hat would my wile nave given to nave oeeaspareo the long days and still longer nights prostrate on a bed of sickness! all of which would have bees avoided, had I then seen a copy of ' The Makkjid - WOMAN'S PlUVATX MlDICAl COMPAMOH.'" From a Pkytieian. DANGEROUS DELIVERIES, . OBSTRUCTIONS, IRREGULARITIES, C. How many are offering from obstruction or irreg ularities peculiar to the female system, which un dermine their health, the effects of which they am Ignorant, and for which their delicacy forbids seeking : medical advice ! How many suffer from protapm uteri (falling of the womb), or from fiuor-olbn (weak neaa, debility, &&, &c ) How many are in constant agony formany montlisprecedingconfinement! How many have difficult if not danuerons deliveries, and wlmse lives are jeoparded duriog sucb time, will find in its pages the means of prevention, amelioration, and relief 1 Extract from a Letter. - To lliose just Harried. "Had I known!". "PHlLAOSI.rHlA, NOV. 29, 1847. ' WDR. A. M. Mauriceau: Hsd I known of the ira portent 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 roar book, without knowing what to do. 1 obtained a copy, and (bond my case treated of. I trust every female wil avail herself of the information contained in iu pages." Letters are daily received of this character, unne cessary to present ' To those yet unmarried, bat contemplating mar- . riage, or perhaps hesitating as to tbe propriety of incurring the responsibilities attendant upon it, the importance of being possessed of tbe revelations con tained in these pages, so intimately involving their future happiness, can not be appreciated. It is, of coarse, impracticable to convey more folly the various subjecU treated of, as they are of a na ture strictly intended for the married, or those con templating marriage; neither is it necessary, since it is every one's doty 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. . XW Copies will be sent by Mall free of Faataca ta the Purchaser. Y1T On the receipt of One Dollar, ' THE MAR RIED WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAL COM PANION" is sent f mailed free) to any part of tbe United States.. All letters must be post paid (except those containing a remittance), and addressed to Dr. A- M. MAURICEAU, Box 1224, New York City. Publishing Office, No. 129 Liberty St., New' Kork. Over iJO.OOO Copies tive bees seat by MAIL within three months with port eel safety and cer tainty Booksellers nnd 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 bo 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," 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 tract of Land at private sale at a BAR GAIN, described as follows, lo wit- The eoulh-east quarter of the north east quarter of section No. thirty-six. in township No. five, north of range No. fourteen, in Sandusky conntv, containing forty acres. v Thi'sland is about three and a half miles west o. Fremont, in Washington township, and ia excel lently situated and calculated br farming purposes. Persona wishing to purchasa will enquire of the Editor of the Freeman, or address the subscriber at Hagerstown, Washington county, Maryland, post paid. ityniit ulihjj Fremont, July 13, 1850 18 ill .Price Eeduced! ; ; Vaughn's " imTTKOinEiFiic inxrosEj 1 Iarge Bottle Only One Dollar. ' The" Proprietor of the Great : American RemexJy "VAlfOHM'e VBOBTABLB LlTHONTRIPTie MlXTLBB induced by the urgent solicitation of hie Agenia, Uuroufii out the U oiled State, and Canada, ha now v Bedoced th Frio of hie popular and well known article ; and from this date, faenceiortlv Iwt will put up but one eue ooJy, lue e,urt bottlea : toe retail price will be OHE DOLLAR. - The public may reet assured that the character of the Medicine, it strength, and curative properties wtu a--biaim tTNCHAvaaD, and the eame care will be bestowed ia pre) aring it as heretofore. As this medicine, under its reduced price, will be pur chased by those who iiave not hitherto made themselves " acquainted with its virtues, the proprietor would beg ter intimate that his article is not to be classed with the vast amount of M Remedies of the day ;" it claims tor itself a grtmtar healing power, in ail disease, than any other preparation now before the world ; and has sustained itself tor eight years by its superior medical virtues, and, until this reduction, tmmanded double the price of any other article in this line. Notici pAaTiotrLAKiY, this article acts with (Teat beaV Inf power and certainty, upon the Blood, Liver, Kidney, lungs, and all ether organs, upon the proper action f which Q5 and health depend. This medicine has a justly high repute aa a remedy lor -Dropsy and OrKrel, and all diseases of that natnre. It may be relied unon when the intelligent physician has abandoned his patient, and lor these distressing diseases, more especially 1bopsy, the ftroprietoT would earnestly and honestly recommend it. At -is present price it is easily obtained by all, and the trial will prove the article to be the Cheapest Kedicina in the World! Kr Please ask for parophleie the agents give them away; they contain over jnxteen pages of receipt (m addition to full medical matter,) valuable for bonsenoid ' purposes, and which will sure many dollars per year to practical housekeeper. These receipts are kitrndueed to make the hook of rreal value, aside from its character as an advertising medium for the medicine, the testimony in favor of which, in the form af kniexa from all part of the country, may ba relied upon. "Vaughn's Vegetable litbontriptie Mixture M the Great American Remedy, now for sale in quart bottles ut , 1 each, small bottles at 50 eta. each. No small boule will be iesued at.er the present stock is disposed of. Principal Office, fiufiaio, IS. Yn 207 Min Street ; G. C. Vaushn. -Sold Wholesale and Retail by OLCOTT McKEShON fc CO., 127 Maiden Lane, New York City. N. B. All letters (excepting from agents and dealers with whom he transacts business) must be poet paid, ec ns) attention will be (irea to them, S. BUCKLAND, & CO., Fremont; - Charles Powers, Woodville, -; W, Ayers, Upper Suiiduskr. Jo. E. Fouke, Little Sandusky. .? , R.Perry, McCntcheiisville. G. VV Patterson, Rome. - 1. K.s J ha & Co., Tiffin city, -D. W. A 4rop. Bellvue. ; Zeigter & brwok, Fort Seneca, v Win. Fink & Co., Cleveland, Whole Sale aud Retail. Fremont. Nov 23, 1850 ly Livery Stable. IRA SMITH, GIVES notice lo ihecittzna of Fremont, and tha public generally that he eiifl continue 1 o car ry on tiie above business in all iln branches and forma. He has made additions to his slock of Horses, Carriages, Baggies &c; ; and is now prepared to accommodate all who may avor him with a cull. Horses and carriages . For Parties or Funeral '" can be had at any moment. Covered and open buggtea for men of busiuesa or 'pleasure, on tba shortest notice. Hiding Horses of the liest bottom, -always on hand. The strictest attention paid, ao that all who call shall be accommodated v it hoot delay. Teams for Carryiug Passengers or Movers tnto any part of the coon try, alwar on hand Thoe wishing hat thing in the above line, will do well to give him trial, aa he feels confident they ... ;tl Iu nt;uRar1 knit mm In laama sand iitiitaa it. a. lurmer warranted to carry pHSengera to their drsti- ' i at ion in the shortest possible time, ami the latter to be as reasonable as possible. By strict attention to bnaiiiettF, he hope to merit a liberal share v, puhlic putronage. " - ' , . - . Stables Kearlv opposite iVortoii'a Foundry. .i ifisn - r Toledo, orwalk 3c Cleveland Kail ( lloud C'tti&apaiiy. , J AT a meiiut; of the Diretot" of 1b-Teredo f Nor walk & Oevt-iaurf Rail Read Companv. il held t their office .f Norwalk Dec, I ', 1850, It was resolved, that the sums subscribed to the cup ital slock f this Coiiipniiy to be expended on Jh- ? Western Section of the Road, hhiff between Fre nontand Toledo, lw paid into the Treasury of tlm f Company al this office, in etistHlmenls of ten p f lient. everv aiitfy dnya from this date: and that it f tice be published of caid call in some paper at F i moot or 1 oledo. or both, for the period 4- f li Java, prior to the ditte of payments of the uimf Notice is therefore h-reby given thatjiii ir 1 tuetit of ten percent, on thr Cap.tl Stock " itiw Toledo, Norwelk fc Cleveland Rail Rar pany subscribed to be expended on the W - stern Section of said Road, ia required to be pi tha Treasurer on or befoie the 10th da of FWiu arv 85K and a further instalment nf ten pear cent. fverv sixty days thereafter tuiitl the full atoniit ia patd. v . r . Kill rt'UUJ-i 0ec'v. Office of T N. & C. R. il. Coin'v., Norwatk Dec, 16,1850. - S 3VEW STCCB! 11 Wl It Xhll H ST IE I-VJ.T i. V, WOULD inform the public that fie- has reunified his business al hiaold stand. Croghan-st.v md h living had lliooriuiiity ol b4 '"ng and gelling All the Latest Fashions from k,ust and West, and having bronchi on au asirlrrieMl oflhe FINEST WOODS, VENEeS&vF, 4C, ' he is prepared to furnish itis viW customers, and as many new ones as can croad iuto hia ware rootne with the most splendid lot of llaborony, Rosewood and Black walnnt FDUIVITUBIi, Of every kind from tnCra4le to the Coffin. As tn prices, hf t d-'- rted NOT TO B& 1 J)EKSOLD. - -He is hold to snv that isx offer voa BETTER UAHGAINS ') BETfi't WORK than voa caa Tet weal of ButF!: he liasou .1 and, and ia making. All linds of BEDSTEADS, on New and Improved Plans; such aa Lea-is' PateirS Fowler's Patent, &c, &c. l)o not fail to give him a call. - O He has got up a good Heatse, and will attend funerala in town or country. - . ' , v Fremont, August 10, 1850. Agency of Dr. S. S. Fitch, F... , 707 Broadway New York. OR SALE-lfie Patent Silver Plated Abdom inal Supporter, Patent aloel spring ehouldex; ' brace. Silver Inhaling Tube, and Leclureson Con sumption &e. Also hia 4brated Medicines aa prepared and used by hina4ith or without tha i&struineuls, in. the treatment of ' Pultionajfy Consumption, Asthma, Heart Disease, , : Rheumatism, Scrofula, Piles, Prolapsus, Debility, ' ' " Female Complaints, Spinal Weekness, Coughs, Colds, Catarh, . and all aiinilar diseases. ' 1 The instruments are tha beet of their king and warrauted against all defect. The medicines ara f carefully prepared bv Dr. Fitch, and all,.' whether . used together or each articfe segataterr, will bear comparison wKh, and be found 'V f Superior to any similar article, beine made for use and not merely for sale. Full directious in - DR. FITCH'S GUIDE TO INVALIDS, which is given away, a valuable treatise of 48 pag ea. All to ba had of the only duly anthorized . agent for Bellevue, 3. W. Goodsou; Tiffin, Geo., EcberL For sale in Fremont, bv STEPH. BUCKLAND & CO. June 8, 1850 12-ly , , ., PRATER BOOKS and Church Service. A Splendid assorlinenllroni 3lr to $3. at BUCKLAND & CO'S. CODFISH of superior qnality at - - ' Hatk'ks Ciikap Stork,. BIBLES A large lot of Family Bililea from $ I 50 to $S. Also, Pocket, Clasp, Tack, and Polyglott Bibles and Testaments at Bucixakd's.