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I upward of 1 0,o O Crps! ! , C SUMPTION CAN BE CURED' !1 'BB, ZtODCUHS' ; Co. 3ad Frsr? ef Lhemort & Tar For tiie Cure of Consumption, and allDis- of the Lvrtjs and Breast." T'. IS Ureal Remedy haa Dot only made almeat JL loxrodtble ear of Consumption, bat it breaks B to OBoet distressing Cough, Cold, Pain in the (beaut, and Asthma; iu a few hour time. W an ther e ur agents," in U cases where it doee aot j ; immediate relief, and Hie bottle is returned, to cue-rfutiv nyuad the money, . .. . ,,. ...... , t hi wii ask tha affiioted CMeVidly te exam ine rha ten below, which aubetasliat tha merits ; f tins great remedy; facta which are iiicoatroverti J and eeasrot be denied. . W refer your to the rtatemenM T well known rtivsieiens and frotss- eitemem onm every m-rcnam ana ispe-curter in wor..w(JO hvrrford..,deubst.nl.atedthe.eitown fall. in, the rank, and aave he will take off,! facta. The meat iaeredlou caBBOt but be con - wineee! that it ha made cares where everything else '2,'iiraHs from CtritJUates ttkick oi litetn iuU y csdUag oft tht Ayevti. AVrr rem John A. Collins, Eq.V Editor and 1 re ,riitor of the 'Temperance Orgau;' also A- . rent sad liaetaeer Cnrb Grand Division of sons . f Ttuperaaoe ef Irhio: , p 1 " CtteimiBtf. November 529.1 84P. A. scOjotUCDKAh Hv: For the past eirhl er ten nionir-s. 1 h felt Sneiini-zJ ta sv Mine-. hinsr iol.,twa t the exirorduary hHlmauah-!l""es.1 & v..ir ir-"Brtimnt.f lit. Kudiers' CentuuuiMi vra-i - - v-t-rt sni TaJf; ryour owwt but more mi whn m, link.i.nni tHtrT!mtJ with Polniona-3 vr Conii in .Ef'.ioi and whe, like myself, have a great1 aversto.i tn .icbia. to their re:hcs and cataoli fus; b .if k c3i.lioa ef circ" Hit stances ha pre edited iisf.i nor. ' ' ta Soir-n'her, !S4, my wif'look a severe ealil, arhech arltieif upon her langa A vtlet congh was the eatisiH?nence, which hictenwed in severity our-; sug the winner, end redaced her to almost a skete t Sia-.It ws nearly incessant, 4 attended with. er'- tmm m the side and breast, accompened with lever ac: cold ntifht sweats- he expeclorstedi snore than a pint oi malte" iaily 'Uicers gathered eon her luiiira and mschrced- Mer hands and iir -s. were cold and clammy as death, and a purple -s. nl eeiUec opeo her lips 1 tie skiM and vaneil ef- "x-" of rnr ('jmtlvphTMCien were eempleteiy haded. On tha 1st of Mav," 117. heiuforuied' niethat he cMraid do-nothing mere thau rant her tici pra n' re- i.ef, tnat her case waa nopeies, awd that she could not s:i.-v:ve more than .a fortiueht at the furthereat. X i.r,fid;tly ca)led npua Dr. R. S. fiewtan, of in citv, (who had boon so skiilfuliu the treatrceb- i "f -j?r. j and stated her ceee to mm. la rar- . ni'ed lr. Roiigers Liverwort and Tar: ast eiirrd m there ea awtliiug of quackery a boat it, out purely a ecwatiSe pntperBlion; and cave m the history of eeveral cases, all .considered hopeless. "where this preparation resloree to liealths rA bottle --v nroeared, and it one week the ettoectorotion nea-ly coi qaerd. he continued graduallay ta Si ier appetite returned, her eeufra iu-w few T5ntrferaeo. nercoreretf her strength, and to a very pi-rat d?re her TierJth, and ia now . most :.-acf;:nnr trophy of the healing vu-tnsjee Dr.1 -eMffe PreparaTion uf Lrvarwert aod Tsr I can also s that I have d nvd very rfreat1)en- f, from this preparetioa, for hearseae, apre tliroat .M alTicnre across the sraaat. , f havebeeaeaahled whileau'Xermg from severe cold and hearseaeas, to - apeaiE with comparative ease for two hoars. It has one advautaee, ia tny owa case, aver other esnec tersnta it does aot derange tlie digestive function - areducing hesfiache-or nervous tcsbilitv. i- i reganl it aa admirably (adapted for the Use of .public speaker. Kespictlully yoors, J"rvm Da. IIi&aii Cox, late Professor to Cin t tinoati Eclectic Medical Colledge,, Ms. A. tt. covri.t. However reluctant I nave - Been tn' permit my name ' to be attached to patent medsnae, ieenwderit arfaty te the eommnaity to atsTe tnat m tnree eeee or inciprent eonsumptiea; fr t: I ."s BeM, Miss Barker, uid Mr, R. U. Cox, mb of enr City Council, that lr. Rogers' Liver Tort and Tar operated more like a snecirn than any , auaer remeoy inw ever asea, joe of tne aases, ' v:i: Mies Bell, pronounced by several physicians te tm iaJorins:aniler tne laet staga at sorefuloaa Can eamMion. she is bow in good health from the tue i a lew bottles ot trie above srrup. HI RAM COX, M.'.D. " Cincinnati JaoaarV 25, 1847. . r tfar aale ia Fremont br " . ; u. -.V ,0 - s. buck'Land & Co.; .s - - -J. V, WOOSTER. - ' -Fremont, Noveaiber 1st, 51 m.: :' K Huisss Nfrrsl! Froia the SoalhH!1 ' 'l HE Mexican Mustang Liniament, that bus tv been performing such remarkable cares, and . end creating so muen excitement ia the South and 'l est during the last twelve mouths, - i'-'J -- 1T4S ARRIVED ROrB 3IIDSTI ', end all those afHicted with Rheumatism, old Sores ' rUncer t'lfeases. er Sprains, Scalds, Burns, or " KrapiioRs ef any kind, can now be healed. , Xbnse whe hmve been eiirTenng for .months er years with that loatbsrxne disease. The Piles need now snSerno kingtie as this Mv9Tsaa Limiahest is a certain remeiv, nO matter how bad they are, or of How lang stansltngi Cancers, Fistnlos, Scald Head ' f Btier or Ring1 Worm it any' kind of a sore, are '..-"tied .'aad"pe'rfect!J "Sated ia an incredibly' short -'- timev . .-. ; . r '" ' '"' tlie tUidies it is Invaluable ' ' Focsore riiplee, caked breasts, ague in the face; Tooth or l.ar Ache, erany pniapul sores er swell I iii?s. . It also removes dsndrifF from the head, in- v-i-orates the hair, and prevents it from falling out, i;-l give a beautiful glossy softness te Che hair that ss aot attained by any other preparation; :-r' .; ,For;Ilorutai)dof&.tfAriimahil' - f; ha no eonal in healing- Saddle orCoilar Gel!, t '.--rsfhes, -Msnge, sprains of Bruises and rt (s an i-tifaiittiie remedy for splints, spayma,r Hingvoaes . dissolving the )ar;e rumors, end redaotnc; the swol i lea or enlarged joints to their nalntai, size aad 1-esihrv actiom Fair. Evil or Fistula, and Big hear.ean now be cored; and the Mustang1 Liata- merit is the remedy that cr.n do it. If you or any' " .of your family, r Voor favorite horse are afflicted -venn any of the above diseases.' try one bottle it ' "r y costs S5 cents and yon will never ase any ' a -r remedy. --- ' '. Oor sale, wholeele and retain, by S Bnek ' Z a-sl A; Co-, at Framont. and bv either agents .. ,io ait tne (tillages and. Iowa ef this aad the sur .founding efinotiea.,. f . ?; -. --, :,-' i .i- ; Oct. 4, tail. , - ( IV tall - : At the Old Corner! T" AS just received the largest 'and bpstst f lected Stork of Oixxis ever exliibited at ' the XMd Corner ; which were purchased in Ati , gut. Kith Cast, at. a time vhett- money teat worth 3 per tint a month in New York, and ; Goods even Sold st a Sacrifice of 25 per cent ' cj Importers ana Jobbers to raue the vind Thia Stock of Splendid Goods will be sold at a very small commission from I IKM tBSr, far ready payr v Tha public ia respectfully solicited to call ..urn examine goods aad prices before purchas- tDcr eisewhere? - Oihets may FUFFanJ BLOW, and adver- t e ruses to toeir bearia content, the (JJjlf CORSER will undersell them at any rate. All tfia "asAioitoA- StyUs of Silk, Drees sitd fancy Goods can be found here aa well 'a a Stock of Groceries, Hardware, I'ry Goods, Silk", Shawls, Eibbons, Bonnets, Hats and Caps, Wall and Window Paper, Bor- -dering, Ac. A large lot of 4 ' t j & Tiool Dookt, Ink. XVtltlag Paper, ,ia tact aij articles to suit the wants of the com- jmanitr.i And all we ask ia an opportunity 10 show our Goods and Prices, to show an intsl rs'ent aad discriminating public that this is the flute to boy yonr coods. ... . , ' s Cash paid for Wheat, Oats, Clover and Tim othy Seed, Sheep Pelts, Beeswax and Bntter. - ' ' " A; B. TAYLOR. f Fremont, Sept. 35, 1851. '' v "; e Petrolemm or Bock Oiii f , TrTE most wonderful remedy ever discovered. 1 J. Procured from swell 400 feet below the earth's orfaoe. The above article- Can he had at Woos setw Drar 8 lore, first door sooth of O. L. Nims. tV E EDS 'and Pittsburgh Iron at ) : Hirsrs. rTEPHYR WOR8TEpBttrna,Cavas,Board JLi and Needles, ef . Haisxs. Greatest Excitement Erer In Frcmoml 'Pennsylvania Store! ' M. N.IBG1EK, tHI3 Mammoth Establishmentopened out in Fremont some aix tnonlhs ago, aiuce which time the -meet tremendoas and unparalleled excite ment has prevailed iu this coanty that' Ms ever bead known i the era of selling goods. 'Soma of tho brags have become alarmed, and finding that their email store could not compete, have enlarg ad their room, bat in vein other nave about con clnded to close their doora'. ..While the proprietor of the Pennsylvania store, actuated by that Philan thropic spirit by which he ia governed in all hia t dealings contiosres determined to keep op the ex- 11 - that axhorhitsnt tariff which lie hes heretofore put nuon his Goods, and sell them hereafter at the low price ditctat4 by tha Peuneylyania . store. Al thoueli thie est ablisl.meat bas'beea so' receutlr lo cated in FrenKHH' it has alreacy become one of Hie moat famous end distinguished bowses for ehenp nees and lairnesa in -thie section ef the contry.-i-Where is the man. vweatae ot child who haa" not heard of ZwgWi' Cheap tttorel Kailrond, poHii eel and ewers .other excitement haa gima wny to the irreat coinaioUoei caused by the unrivatled bar Kii'S to, .no. nan ouiy. neret iu, view ,os- sti tnese the nndersiaued has been to Nework, I Philadelphia wrti -B.itoni fi-a laree auppfy of Fall J ami inier 'vrooeia, -ass save ne nae got em. down, every arrival, with New Cooda for M. IV Zffgver.' dry: goods lOflcnups Olfltha, Ciinrimereis Vestiwgvi; I20ers Sutmetsi J?ai, Tweeds, Vcr - jLJiBii: s ' . me ess aootis In endlesK ranetv. amonp which are 203 pi-eres of acotcit Gitighama, af from 9 t 12 nnlsc I.UtJO pteres tf Ameriftao Prim, 4" to '5 ceiilitr n gooii Black Alfroci, for '25 earns; Lustres. Deluiiipn, k'c tpienrfid arttf?mcat bhawla plain and fancy. Ready-Made J Clot hi n g No Slop-shop work! But such as is well made and in good style ty assort meat ol - ., f BOOTS v-AND SHOES Tts.utreqnaled in thts'ronnty- . I ha?e ' a Isrffesnp-: ply of supeiior articles, of which I warrant the work to stand, and' pay all damages if it does not. In this branch I hsvo Men and Boyr Boots and Shoes; VVoini'U's, Missosnnd Gliildre'ti's Boots and Shoes in great variety. Jf vou. wish, to practice economy in Sobeing , yourself and family come anaouy. oi me., tn r .... lam bonnd to undersell, t I will sell 10 lbs best R Coffee for 91:, Touog- IIvsou Tee, 37i cents. 1 make this declaration ef . facta, and I ant wtilingl to demonstrate the matter on the counter. - 1 intend to keep it before the people, that! wage s success ful sar against High Puces. Come and mv Goods and yon will be able to deteot the olt hnnkery sys tem of long yarns, long prices, and mixed up with numpngging- . t inienp to give them lots of grape. Fremont, Sept. V'lSol. . . r Cheaper than ever TTTOTJLD again say to his customers and the T T, funic that he haa received hi: fall end Win ter stock of Goods, and although the raw material of Wjool and Cotton bore a high price during the post yeanvet it-is an incootrov-riab!e fact that most all kinds of Oocds are cheaper ia the. eastern cities nan they perhaps have ever been heretofore, and beretore will cuiibve u to ell goods at . . Uiiparallellcd Low Prices! . Sheetings one yard wide a fair article for 5 cents, angthe best bat a trifle higher. : Do yon want cot ton ram, Sattinetts, Tweeds, Kentucky Jeans &c I wdJ self them to yon at such prices that will make those quake who have already been driven to make capital out of smoke houses: to theta 1 would sar that the smoke bouse is there, BBd the nofortvnate matt thus lamenting, inust reconcile himself the best way hecao.'' -'" r . A beantltul artiele oferhrte sngsr perfectly dry al Sj cents per pound. . Strictly prime Coffee, and all etiier kind ot 1 ;. . ,-' x GROCERIES ; i at the lowest figure. , You can find in Northern Ohio 400 pieee Calicoes, mostly. Merrimncka of the most beautiful styles, and 150 pieces of different kinds ' ) , ', . DRESS-COODS , each as muslin de lains, plaiu and fancr Aipaccss, rssamentns, ranging from ;. one shilling onwards. A - full assortmeat ef Long and Figured 8hawle, t lanueia, xfteacaed uootia, . : . v. - .. - READY MADE CLOTHING to be sold at corresponding wrice with wheat at 5e cents per bushel. My stoik of ... .... -. .y ;.i ' BOOTS ASI1) SHOES - ; - i is complete; and will "be sold verv ' chsnti- Gio- ceries. Dye Sluf&, Oils, Paints, Hardware Creekerv sole & upper Leather, Iron, Nails etc will at all tunes be kept cjr hand find sold cheap. ' -. f-. Ib conclusion, i. would sav thatif vou want to save monevL call and see ay, it costs nothing to examine. Cash will be paid for all kinds of produce. -,. ' Oct 10, 1651. t . Oh! Dear,, What Can the Matter Be? TOE ttL'OLK fCrSTKV S , ' "" .C03UI0T10.M- ; And tne Exeiteraentat at I ; HEAD QUARTERS Ten, decrees nloi e Fefer Ileal! IHfilR ELITvEX fnjD E-tabllrJ,u.vi t 1 "isorowde,! w-uli rnn:i from nilpartso." t.ita ! Western .jJtun-TlK news hanauieuil on the V tuts j of the A iiiil.' thut .Nuns has . ,, . . ., . REPEALED THE .TARIFF, Atid1ta-iind,tp close this PotnieroLiR P:1e nf nvftf 200 TiHia ot the in oi iticrirt hne ff-' iH9 evr etiiibii.ee. to iha .ftitla ot Stm Juskv c rnt-v. Bfiiftving. a we fin, that vV Hon nn:nt. to! nl fnw fii;urp, aiK.' that our iuterPiiTs- w.(i Tt oi the Fanner art) ..hUtncffir. ttntiipr ae i:fi we :-e gfmo lo niHste h proposition tocomfironuso Xhe matiT. no h to mftke one hand wush tie nher. 1" We asu the qution, whtilhaf or not, b!I kinds of iron for nt'tivy tVagoot at ; - Av.fi r4! A'jwin iTciiis st 53,. 5 J a liar!, we m. ropo;t!OiiMb-VVBftt nt 60 cents' 'a ti?bc-t a Ay I SVr atL;ifi'r$uBis or 0e Dollar in tiuirine owr tJse n-nl leaf, wp find nlw old Bay Stm has oVfto! with lib vr 100 Ba.9 of Cot ton Goods, mid thoA yard wid? Sheotings at 6 pence aad Radvs-Mad BK ttt 25 ceultt, mako thon fellowa who have tried to 4t? a ia imprnvementa look a little blue about the WUs, and wi sh the Brick never had been burned that are piled up iu tht splendiil '-amoka ;house. erected at Nims Ware hone door. Pat in yanremoke. its no u to try to brock the wheela of thia old Regulator. ' TEH TARMBaS . Are with us, and understand who it is that first spiked the guns of; this old combination. On the, second page you will find they have lairf io? a iarge lineof - ..... .-. IiAlIES DRESS GOODS, including 50 pieces Muslin de Lanes at 12 1-3 cts; a perfect Mountain of Black & Figured A'apacas, Paramettas & Coburgh Cluths, Popiins, Plain & Figured Print at 6 pence. Shawls & Ribbons in proportion. Passing along down the counter about Four Rods, we fiud the ' ; ; . . . v. - " Ready-Made " Ctctliiag &. Shoe t ' De na r tmenl! v ! Have naVlaketi of the Spirit of 60 cents a bushel & s judging from the rush down that Way, the farmers roost think so too. We cannot say how long this stock will last, but pledge ourselves to keep well posted up, until this immense stock is closed, and while some of our neighbors spend their evenings in canvassing our expenses, and say we must tail, another close declare they have made ever Ten, Thousand dollar the past year, and have made up their minds to sell goods one wnole year at n ew York cost we dont think they would be cheap even then. Let them drive their tallest team, Head Quarters has thrown up a breast work that n'Mer-Ksssfa.- ' V'-' "' ' ' The Rocks are here for all your Wheat, Corn, Osts, Pork, &e. : - ... . , . , , . ,-v "Aeso' Quarters, --! f ' '',' "., .' f- -Jf:, 'l , ' l ' .. " ! ' t ' GASH paidlxu Laud. Warranu.at ( i, Head Qcabtiih. ; OVERWHELMING TESTIMONIES! OVFR HALF A HfLLtONJ OF TESTIMONY tlahave been received by the Ftoprietor of . i , - MeALISTER'S ' -J- AL-I.HEALINGOINT--i' lENT from Physicians ''- 5 'h i"11 skillful and c ir-;i'i lebrated. from : Countel- . ."lr- sV lore learned in the Law, JrJ Li4 B- from J"!:eaoicejeriiy $ . on the uenon, trom- mm- ft -i isteTS OI lue uospei. whose- undeviatmg in- . r.'"-,-.- - ieftii ww -.. - ; ; - - - Enimug llgllts HI wm ' v-. i I)Bth of Truth, from en lightened Profe-M. frf-m acute Mercbanta, and from thnsa W -every, stati n,, name and, degree - thim Ointment to be " objeM.m, .renounce thai yintmap to be. among msukiiiil all ot. wmcn,, , wiuious ou As dav bV day it unoblxnsively extends jts sphere of action along the borders of Our vast coun try, snd i rirculated throughout its extent, P?w evidences of its power and new proofs of its etn cacv art. cuBtinually developed. Three millions f Boxes, applied to diseass within, the last tour vears, has fstsblished the astounding fact beyond tlie power f cavil nr contradiction, that it is IN FALLIBLE in the cre, of U Tumors, Llcers, Pores. Burns. Tetter,, Piles., Scrofula, Erysipelas, Chilblains, Soald Head. Sore Eyes, Quinsy, Croup, Rheumatism, Btokim'Brc'ast, Ague in tbe Face, Corns, &c.'.r( complefely Testores the INSEN SIELI? PK.riSPTRATlON, snd by this means opens those ivenues bv which Nature intended to expel tlje morbid matter of the body thas is the system cleansed.nhe. blood purified, and, the health e StoretJ. . , -.r -. - ... It has the' power to cause all external Sores, Scrofulous Humors, Skin Diseases, and Poisonous Wounds, to discharge their putrid matter, and then heal them. Wa are not ashamed, of tha names of ' All-liealiQg Ointment I' ' Or the ) - - World's Sale! which - a discerning public has applied to this medicine ; for there is scarcely a disease, exter nal or internal, that it will not benefit. I have nsed it for -the last fourteen year for all diseases rf the Chest, Consumption, and Liver, involving the utmost danger and responsibility, and 1 declare before heaven aad man, that not in one single case has it failed to benefit when the patient was within the reach of mortal means. , . Wholesale and retail at the Grand Depot, 141 FULTON ST New York, and by all, Druggists throughout the United States. . , , J. McALISTEB, Sole Proprietor, L.; . . . , , 141 Fulton SU N. Y. H . V, : & BUCKLAND & AO., - J.F. WOOSTKK, 16T ".-i i '3 Only Agents for Fremont GOLD PEKS. - . B AGLEY'S Gold Pens and Pencils for sate cheap, at - - ,., B. Bucklasb & Co's. PERFUMERY)- OSE Hair Oil. Ox Marrow, Uear's Oil ... y, - , Maccatssai Oil, . Bandoline Fixatrice, t Philocomb, 1 Crearn of Roses and Lilys,-1 - r Colocrne, Rose and Lavendar Water, fee., ctc. just received, at Bcckland's,. NEW GOODS " "AT THE , Rail road Grocery. ' "WHOIESAIiE fc BETAIIi. : P CLOSE,, would respectfully inform his old customers and the public generally, that he haa jnst relumed from New York With a large and well selected stock of Groceries, Toys, and Notions whiob he now offers at greatly reduced prices- His stock, consists in part ot cottee at 1U cts per Ib. Sugar at 6 cts, good' Melasses at 3 shillings per gal Tobacco at 25 cm, Rice at 5 ets. Codfish at $ cts. Ao 1 Mackerel nt tj cts, best Tea at 50 clo. Loaf, crushed and powdered Sugar, layer Raisena, sporm star and tallow candles, shot, lead and powder su perior Salaratus, Pudding starch, extract of coffee, pepper sauce, English curents, pure liquors for sinkness, sued as rale and Dark Jirandy, Cherry Brandy, Cherry Bounce. Cherry Wine, old Irish Whisky, Port, 'Malga. and, Maderia Wines, Gin and Ram. and tha greatest assortment of Segars over, brought in market, and a great variety ef fruits Prunes, Figs &c. . jar Pickles, Sardines, Nuts of all kinds, Combs snd Brushes, Gents & Lada's Pins & Rings', Fancy Boxes, Dolls, Harmonicans, Jews Harps, tuu caps, marbles. Blacking, Hair Oils, Purses,, Walets, ;Port ; Monies, Toy Whins, Toy Bureaus aud Babies ia cradles, .Horses and Riders Animms, Cries Ueers and Hires, Whistles & trom pets, Mnsqiies, Toy Chairs, China" Voces, India Robber Dolls and animals and a thousand other things too numerous to mention, call and see for vosrselves: I have also fitted up my Saloon &-cook Room and am prepared to get no meals at the shortest notice, Hot Coffee at ail limes; and I have also aa agescv from the Baltimore Oyster Com pany which enables me to sell Oysters lower than any other shop in town, and as low as ther can be hrtn AtandusHr eitv please. call one and all . .Fremont Sept- SO, IfS0. s i-, , - ' S hrrebr given that a petition will ba-. Orosented to the Trusteers of Jackson.townshio. Sanduskv tO., at tneir , next moe.ting, praying that a .1 own- shipload may ne laid ont anil established as follows Commencing at the ooonrv road ' on the cour.lv line at the middle of section thirty three on the line between Samuel Mowry and Ilenry Os'-valt, run ning north to the quarter mile post,.. thence west forty rodfen the fine betvreea Kenrv Hol.'itieer A. Saniii-1! Morervy rom thenar Brly -rod Nnrth on t!i,i;ne be.twena . Heiifv . Haliinsrot ana 5;iifnu,l t.,Wr".,fom.;iieiiCrt nortli tlirotr! iidniel Aiow- W ronni !.y. h' l,oI5s audbdr... to'.fntersi ' r0 ".Var ! rosidence of Gecr'go Geli Sept. a7'iie-3i . f; , : T sct ,, S.,'. .- OSice to let....... - 'IHg Tooto-.'fil: the. Tyler Bail dings jnver the store recently oocupiod bv Tofipin &, Vgs, teia. ' . '.' . R. P. BUCKLAND. Aa2 3i , 1851. t ? ;.' . ' ' v. For -the. Toilet A j.bi-outifol article of Rose water, ' Colopn Bav XI wajter. .Lavender-do, Hair Oil, &e.t at :- i WOOSTER'S. i t'oi.;mt Sefeool Notice. PROPOSALS for : teBchint; the several public icRoo''is iu Fraiiioiit, will be received si th An drtor's office tintil the I5th of September next, i lie froposals must iu. all casea be. 'accompanied itlj '.he legal certificate of the Board of Examiners of . mid Town, and the price of teaching permonth' The Common schools in said town will be open for the reception of pupils on Monday the 22 day of September next, By order of the Board, --' - H. EVERETT, Sec'y Aog3l, 1851. v - O PERM and Lamp Oil A first rate article for sale at ' ', Si Bocklasd & Co's. THE LADIES will find at mv store, a hand some assortment of Summer jtires Goods and B'innet trimning. ,Call .soon if you wish to see mem. ., j. JuUSS. May 24, 1851. ' ' ,". ' A' CART LOAD of Satinetts, Jeans, and .. Cotton Goods, for summer wear, can be found at the Ready ray store of . May24, 1651. , , ; J. T. JtfOSS. A GOOD ARTICLE of Black Tea can be had by calling at my store, : - May24, 1851, , J.. T, MOSS. NAILS Fremont Iron Co, turedat Troy.N. Y., at 's Nails, manufac- Hatkis' TJ LEASE CALL and look at my assortment l ot urockerv and txlass-ware. Mav 24, 1851. : . J." T. MOSS. To Cabinet Makers. GOLD LEAF & Bronzes of every " description and colors, just raceived ait WOOSTER'S. - NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to the estate of Jacob Bowlus, lafe of Sandusky township Sandusky county, deceased, are requested to make immedi ate paymnat; and all those having claims against said estate, are desired to present tnem legally au thenticated for payment within oneyaar. ; , Jacob bowlus, 1-i A 5,4 -'.- DAVID BOWLUS. lay . I0,lS5!..'?---'t''. . ' '-'-- - ' SHEX?v rUBLlCATlO.. -A choice loto J Harper & Brolherejuslreceived at gcCKLAN D'S. cAv Valuable Rook, ) JUST PUBLISHED AND FOR SALE BV ' - J0IW S. TATLOIl, . " - BOOKSELLER AND PUBLISHER, 1 143 NASSAU STREET NEW YORK, TH15 following Books will be sent by mail, free of postage, to any part of tbe United States, on the receipt ef the money for the same, which laav be forwarded by mail, at the risk of the publisher- .' The Saered Mountains; by Rev.-J. T. Head ley. I vol 13 n," Illustrated, "full cloth, Jjtl.00; gilt edges, extra, $I.W. Thf Sacred Moudtains ; byllev; J. T. Hea'd- ley.' 1 vol, IS mo, without tlie plates. rJa,i i day School edition 50 cts. i ! . .. , Sacred Scenes and Characters; by Rev. J.'T. Headier. 1 vol la rho. Illustrated, full cloth, ' $1,00: gilt edges $1.50. " - , Sacred Scenes and.Ckaracters; by Rev.,J.;T. ' Headley. J vol 18 mo, without the plates, Sun day school edition 50 cts. ' ' History ' of (he Persecutions and ' Ifatffel t of 'tie . Walctenes; by Rev'. J. T. Head fey. i vol ! I8 mn; illustrated, full cloth, 50 els ; i - .. History of the Waldenses; by Rev.-J T. Headley 1 vol 18 mo; Sunday school edition - 31 cts. - st-' Sapoleoh and his ' Dtstinyuisheil Marshals; by Rev. "J.Ti Headley f vol 13 mo, Illustra led, full cloth, 1. i ) ... - ... y i-.'f Luther end Lromwell; by, Rer. JjX Head ley 1 vol 13 mo. Illustrated, full cloth, $1. Rambles and Sketches; by Rev. J. T. Ilead ' ley! vol 12 mo; Illustrated, full cloth, The power of Reality; by ' Rev: J. T. Head lev I ao1 let mo, Illustrated, full cloth, 50 cts; gilt edges, eqtre, 75 cts. " Letters from the Backwoods and the Adiron , . daci; by Rev, i, T. Headley 1 vol 12 mo, full cloth, 50 cts. , ; v j t, . , t Jvr. '". t- : i " Biogrcpkg of. the Savior and his Apostles; with a portrait of each, engraved nn steel. With an essay on the character of the Apostles, by Rev. J. T. Headley I vol 12 mo, 15 engravings, - $I;'giltedgesextra, $150-' ; The Beavliee of ReiJ., T. Headley With .his lifh I vol 18 mo. Illustrated, , 50 cts! gilt edges, extra,- 75 ct. .. ., , ... ... Heroines of Sacred History j by Mrs. .Steele Illnstrated .with splendid , eogravings--I vol 12 - mo: new, enlarged and revised edition, I dot.; gilt edges, extra, 1 dol. 50 cts. . W'Ni-. Theopneustyi or thePlecary Inspiration of .. the Holy Scriptures; by h'rof. uuaasen of . Uenevs. . translated by Rev- t. Si. Kirk, . A , new and enlarged edition- I, vol 12 mo;-4I0 pa res. I dollar.:... ..v -I . r. Shanty, the Black JSmiih: A tale of other times; ny iVlrs. bherwood. 1 vol 16 mo, Jlluctra tsd, 50 cts. i . ' Lilly of the Valley; by Mrs. Sherwood-- 1 - vol IS mo. Illnstrated, 50 cts. The Shorter Catechism'of the Rev. Assem bly of Divines, with proof' thereof out of the Scriptures, in words at length. Per 1U0, 3 dollars. , i'v-' , .. ; Exlracii i 'from Opinions if ehe Press, .Sacred Scenes and 1 Characters By the Rev. J. 1. Meadley. his work may very prop erly be considered a companion to the sacred Moon tains, by the same anthor. Its object is to illustrate and render more lire like the sacred writings. It is not the author's design to supersede tbe Bible. But his wish is to eqcite a Solicitude to obtain, and to become intimately aexuainted and derfectty famil iar with its history, doctrines aud laws; to know its truth ta imbibe its spirit, feel its power and partake of its salvation; in a word, to prize in some measure as it deserves, this treasure, which is indeed beyond price. We predict for it a circulation fur beyond any ot me autnor's former works. t ne flaws. . Sacred Scenes and Characters By Bev. J. T. Headly, author of the 'Sacred Mountains, &e This work will add greatly to the reputation of the author. In literary merit it more than equals his 'Sacred Monntains., Mr Headly excels in his glowing style and vivid dtscriptions. . His works are a rich treasury of all the. sublimity of thought, moving tendeeoess of passion, and vigorous strength of expression which are to be found in all the lan gnages by which mortal declare their mind. . Dailv Globe. Jan 5.1 Rambles and Sketches By Rev. i. T. Head ley. We have not for a longtime sat down to a book '.with more pleasing anticipations, or found those anticipations more fully revlized, than in tbe wotk beiore ns, and we Know it wit) De nailed with gratifyeation by the many admirers of the talented author. Hie 'napoleon' ana his marshatls -was perhaps, as popular, and found at last as many en thusiastic readers as any book tbat can be mention ed. We think the Rambles snd sketches are des tined to be as pepular at least ss any of his previous ly published works. There is not a dull chapter in the work, filled as it is with -an infinite variety.' I he author has ample room aud verge enough for tne employment oi his nne talents to great advan tage; and most successfully has be : accomplished the task. The biographical sketch of the author is interesting and -well considered, and adds - much to ihe value of the book, which is got up in a very neat and attractive style by the publisher. ... J -? Portland Transcript Dect I5.r ' Mr. Headly is one of the most promising writers of thiecounlrv: we have here one of his best books one on which he can safelv rest his feme. It pos sees the nnfatigoiiig charms of perfect simplicity and truth..-. There is a gravefnl frankness pervad- ng the composition, which engages the interest of the reader in the author as welOts nt the subject His rambles about Rome, Paris and London eqhibit a thousand lively traits of an ingenious nature, upon which a man of taste will delight-to liirger. We' predict for this a sale ennal lo that of any of the au-. thar's works -5 '" " New York'News 1 he collection is. ne-'wiich no suthur need bs ashamed'.' l-i oonsiets, indeed, ?,f,soe of Mr.flead ,'ey's .most brilliant and htg'i.y finieln.'d compoaUioi!; of thivie specimens of his abilities by Which he mar bt-jrwlged. with the irreatest &ttW? ti. hi fHle'ks a -,yil riil'--' .'id ttimiirr. A '-w v.r& t rrnine. JS- .11. Theyoye books will he forwarded loor r lit the prices mfiitioiu'd: frije of jo.-Uge, tr any rt of tt-e Utjited St-iies, on lite receipt ot' ord-rs, wK!i tlie money. . Moiji-y tnuy bt sent by mail at. .my, risk.-. , . JUIL.. I'AHLOR,-'..- rub:isher, 14J-ussau st..-lVtfw. xor.k. t--.Aug. ff.'Sl. , ; , . - ' ; ' .... ' ." " ; . BRPSIJES .! BRCSJES . ' A , LAUGH ASSORTMENT of Paint, XX, Varnish, Scrubbing,- VVIiite-wash, Counter, Blacking, Cloth, Hat, Haic, Tooth and Nail Brosh- , at - , , tJUUri.LiAUO' Oet.25,'51. v . - '. MATTBASES! OF every description, size and quality, kept con stantly on hand, and manufactured to order. Also, Lounges of every description, shadeand fash ion, ... A. MeNElL. Sandusky city. May 17, 1851. SILKS, satins, alpaccas. lawns, ginghams, &e. allqualilies and prices at. -i Hathes. IAMP and Tanner's Oil at "- ' J . Havkes. kEPSIN, A nes article lor Dyspepsia at WOOSTER'S. THE choicest Liquors and Wines for Medicinal and Mechanical purpoeesfor sale at , . . 'j i :i :.'..0-.' -r.--. i Bcckland's. MONROE'S Tonic, a certain cure for Fever and Ague for sale only at 11 - . S. BUCKLAND & Co's. - MOTICE IS hereby given that all pers.ns are hereby fore warned not to trust or harbor my wife, as she has left my bed and board without cause or provo cation, and aa I am determined to pay no debts of her contracting. ' JOHN ROSENFELT. Fremont, May 19, 1851. WATER LIME. A LARGE quantity of Water Lime for aale at the Grocery and Provision store of G. M. T1LLOTSON. Jane 7 1851. PERRY DAVIS Pain Killer, a full supply jnst receive pat - '- WOOSTER'S )RAYER BOOKS and Church Service. A Splendid assortment, "frfim 31c to $3, fat BUCKLAND & CQ'S. CODFISH of superior quality at Hatses Cheap Stouk, BIBLES. A larse lot of Family Bibles from $ I 50 to $5. , Also, Pocket. CIasp, Tcck.and Poiyglottiblesaua Testaments at Bf CKLAb'D's. OIiI Dr. Jacob Townsend's SI S A barilla.; : , THIS Medicine ia made up wholly ofVEG ETABLE substances, contains no mineral pubstance uf any kind, and is perfectly safe and certain in its action in all persons, young or old. ' It is a most efficient article in effect ing the. following purposes: i , - ist, ItPURIKlES THE BLOOD, and cleans es the.whele system of scid, slime, worms and bile. 2d. Jt is a sovereign remedv in a" ases of quills and t ever, ..and is- equally good -ia ordinary cases of Rheumatism, especially in those . called acute or itinaniinatorv. This is a valuable medi- i cine in Fever and A gum Countries, particularly In ! the South and West. Used in the itiprilig "and Fall, it will effectually cleans the Blood ancrsvstem ' of -bilious and other morbid matter, aud thus pre- - - . . r A . . I . ' t - tv.i unci ill icuiq SH.u yiiruuic Liseaaes. , , 3d. ft is a irreat remedv for f.iver Cnmn'ninln. Disease of the Kidneys and Urinary Organs. 41h. It acts with remarkable efficacy in cases of Dysperais, Sour Stomscb. Heartburn, Sick Head aches, Flatulence, or Wind, and creates a good ap petite, by giving tone and strength to the stomach, and'other digestive organs. , p '' ; ; ' . v - . OWiIfis equally good for t-Tolds, Coughs, Bronchitif, . and othar diseases of the Lungs and Chest, Pleurisy, Palpitation of the Heart, &c. 6th. It is inestimable in cases of Diarrhoea, Dvs- entery,and Summer Complaints, in Men, Women and Children, i -. . J ' , i. ?-.- ' 7th His a very excellent remedy fafnERV.. OUS DISEASES, as TicDoloreux. or Neuralgia, and rvervous Debility. , . : 8th It is one or the best medicines foil, allcases of Scrofula which arises from overiealing 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.. - glance it cures Erysipelas, Salt Ifhenm, Scald Head, Fe ver sores, and various tvcuptive Uiseases.- 9th It ts also the very best NURSERY MED ICINE for chiluren, great in Measles, Scarlet Fe ver, Small Pox, Kiue Pox, Rashes and Eruptions of all kinds; and especially good for tliose- Fevers and Diarrheeas, or Bowell complaints which arise from 1 eethtng. -.. i i -,-m'i Km nis .i- 10th It is very gobd DIURETIC, producinir a free and easv passage of urine. -' It is also ah ex cellent DIAPHORETIC, promoting gentle per spiration, and thou cures many cosesof Dropsy. , llth Itis great in FEMALE COMPLAINTS, especially in cases of irregular, suppressed, or defi cient menstruation, common, Fluor . Albus, and all tbs difficulties arising from Pregnancy in allits stage. ! i , ;;. tjjn; ? .'---"li-i 'V ' ; l-jlh It never fails to cure Costivenetaand Piles which are not of the bleeding kind, and acts gently on the bowells, but neve as a harsh cathartic,. , , .. . , i - Price One Dollar per Bottle. . i , ff3"Six fiottlea for Five Dollars. .:' . Principal Office- for the "Western .States at; 169 Main streetCincinnati, between 4th and 5th, ii G. W, CALHOUN, General Agent.' ..' For sale bv . . , ' S-BUCKLAND & Co. Fremont. ' Dec. 4. 1850. , . , , ...:. Plaster! laster! . , . T BARRELS Cbmmon, Witeh and Fine Gray OO Piaster, just received, and forsale by ' - ' S. BUCKLAND & CO. Fremont, October 19, 1850. ' NEW YORK 1YE0LESALE CL0TBLXG WABEHCUSE, 64 NASSAU STREET, i' 'tV"lL.DjB BATES 4 TAVLOB. OUCCESSORS to C, T. Longstreet & Co-, con O tinue ta Manufacture Clothing, and are now prepared with a stock - that cannot be excelled in the united istates, either m , u.v - -i- io. ' - v Style, Manufacture, tr Prices,? to which they would invite the attention of their friends, and the patrons of the late concern, as well as all wishing th purchase Clothing;. . - r ;.r The reputation of the old concern is well-known all through the West,siid it will be the endeavor of the New to sustain it, for selling well-made and fashionable garments at low brices. -. o.--.: r :i . It ia the style and workmanship of the goods to wmcn toey especially asc ins exa nmatiou orpor- cnasera. v..- - f. w :--. .. w Orders will be promptly and faithfully attended to. New York, Aug, 1,1851. -;. -y ' S: . ' WOOL CARDING! - And C cth Dessicg, THE SUBSCRIBERS reapectfuflyannoiince to the citizens of Sandusky and ailjoining couaties, that they have fitted up twedoublegeared CABDIIVG M ACHIMS! C aad are now pre pn red lo card wool arid dress cloth od the shortest notice', nnd at s low prices as can be hud a t any other establishment. Their ma chinery ia ofthe best qnality. in good repair; aud will be oi a tinged by , OLD EXPERIENCED WORKMEN! and all work done will be warranted". Their ma chinery is sitoated-on tho race-about 5f yardsabove Morgan at Downs' mill, where the public is respect fully requested tocaliand ettame Work and Prices. - By strict attention to business, punctuality, 'and bv doing Good Work, we hope to merit a share- ef public pstronnge- JOHN TAYLOK & Co. Fremont, Sandnsky county, April 28, '51.' . Ii. D.Parker SnrgeoB Oentist, REfPECTFliLLY tenders professionoiservices to tin- citizens of FrPfiioni find vicinitv. all Ope- rrttiuii! rehitinjr to, the preservation and beauty of the n.tlurai teeth, or th insertion ol artthrial teeth, on piviM, g;ele or siU er ;!te. ilone in the neatest manner !ie,i in possession of the latest 'improve ments nov. iii use, conseqiiftiitly.-he flatters himself that he is prepnrer! to render entire satisfaction to those who may desire his aid iu any branch of the profession.- Lelhean Ether administered, aud'teeth extracted without pain, if desjred. ' ' v y' 'f --''; Ortiee in Caldwell'st Brick Building, over Dr.. Rire'aoffice.-. - , --. . Fremont Jm- 24, -IP5i t -J:-?. ,.H . ' f ? '---.'-- - WASTED.' " "' '""'" nnHE subscriber wants One Thousand Cords of X wood nn!. tor which aliberal price will be given, and cash paid, t f r.; . :... j , . - . - , v H.aRANDALL Jr, ; Green Creek April Ilj, '51 ',---,, : . ;Prirate Sale.; Vt.'.'- THE subscriber offers the following tract of Land at private sale at a BAR GAIN, described as follows, to wit:- The south-east quarter of the north east quarter of section No. thirty-six, in township No. five, north of range IV o. tonrteen, in sandustty county, containing forty acres. ! ' ' ' ' This laud is about three and a half miles west o. Fremont, in Washington, township, and is excel lently situated and calculated ror farming purposes. Persons wishing to purchase will enquire of the Editor of the Freeman, or aorireBs the subscriber at Hagerstown, Washington county, Maryland, post paid. ' 1 tx&uttixi, U,tnju. Fremont, July 13, 185018 , CARPENTERS can find Hand-saws, Draw knives, steel Squares, try Squares, planeirons Nail Hammers, Hatchets, decofthe hestqualityat : HaVNXS ChKAP STORK. Houses and Lots For Sale. : THE UNDERSIGNED will sell on the most reasonable terms, the following, Houses and Lots in the town of Fremont. Lot No. )4S on turnpike above Lansing's shop, with small hoUBe. Lot No. 6. with small barn, back of O. L. Nims residence. " Lot No. 228, corner of Croghan and Wood streets. Lots No. 264 and 265, on Garrison street; be tween Wood and Wayne. v , . . -- jf i , -Lot no 349, corner of Market and Wayne streets. Lot no 336. Former residence of A. Morehouse. Lot 389, with small dwelling, -adjoining 386 on the south. ,- - ' - -' Lot no 397," on Front street, small dwelling, known as Frazer house, i Lot no 402, on Front street, adjoining Mrs. Zim merman's residence. R. P. BUCKLAND. Fremont, July 12, 1S51. - , . WARRANTY," Mortgage, and Quit Claim Deedsforsaleatthe ; FREEMAN OFFICE. r -. - -.-t j. '.. li-.-it ! .s u b- Shaker Sarsaparillav IN QUART BOTTtES, AS PREPAIiKD B ' dr. s. d. iioive, rr tf ( Needs but one trial lo estalluh its merit as the BEST SARSAPARIlT, A i i TjVER discovered for the cure of the numerous X-4 diseases arising from a debilitated and derang ed state of the system. . . , ,. -. , , Female complaints, Liver complaints. Scrofula, Biles, Pimples or pustules on ths face, chronic sere Eyes Ringworm, or tetter, scaldbead. rheumatism pains in the bene or joints, and all diseases arising iroin so uijuuiciuus use oi. mercury, ' . t - -y i Pnri f, the Blood and a. I is we 1. - - "A REMARKABLE CURE." - ' ' , , r Columbus, Indiana, June Slh, 1850. Messrs'. S. D. HovltSc Co. Gentlemen; About six months since I was attacked with what my fam ily physician called Dillon i'neumonia, which be came seated deeply on my lungs, and after my phy sician had broken up the fever jny lungs still seem ed to be seriously affected. ? 1 had no appetite what ever; my akin seemed to have lost, its action and lunclion, there was no perspiration, and ia fact my self as well as my friends had given me up as incur able in consequence of. my complexion of disease, and age, which is about sixty years, until one of my neighbors called to see me, who some four months sines was afflicted similarly to myself, and hsd pnr ehasad a couple of bottles of Da. S D. Howe's CoxrouRD JucTRAcT or o A&SAP-ARiLZ. A, and it gave her such speedy relief, she prevailed on me to our- chase a bottle and try it. 1 done so more te gratify my friends than that I bad any expectation of betas benefited , by, the medicine,, but , before 1 hsd taken the whole of one bottle my strength and appetite began to improve rapidly as well as mv skin, bes-an ta perform its proper, function, 1 purchased the second bottle, and bv the time, it was .all taken I was resored to as good health as I have etiioved for the last tweuty years. .Mrs. L. M'KIiMY, Dr- S. Jackson a distingoished physician ef Indi ana certifies to the above cure, and uses-Dr. Howe's Shaker SAttSASuaiLtA in his private practice and recommends its use for all diseases arising from a vitiated state of the blood and system. ' Such testi mony is of more real value than pages of ordinary advertisements.' .";." s, -i, . The great success which has attended the nae 'of Df. Si 0. Howe's Shaker Sarsaparilla since its in traduction in the western states, has established its Character in this section of country. ' " " This is the only Sar sapriUa that acts on the Liver, JSdneys and. Blood at&e same time. and hence its singular efficacy and success. - Be sitre and get Dr. &D. Howe's, Shaker Sarsa- parila and take na other.. t . ; 41'" ,HuarliioUies $ 1 per bottle or or 6 bottles for 5. ' v v :v FOR SALE JSlf .t . .C a BUCKLAHD & CO, : - ' - ;.Fremont, SandusTty countr, " (fyWhelden & Rhodes, Sandusky citv,- . 4 (Imnra T.t -iffi i .it A A k.. . i rifiT S. D. HOWE '& CorProprietorav"". No. 1, College Hall, Cincinnati, O. Te whom all orders nmat "be addressed., 17 " V AL U A ii Li: ' ' MILL rPffiBEET i' ! FOR SILE. v. ; rpUE subsriber wjUofferat private sale, the Jj -L valuable Mill properly on Scioto River, together with 40 acres of land, ia the county of Ma rion, and within ten miles of the town of Marion-, and one mile of the Railroad, tine and three and a half miles of the Depot, the road crossing the Sd nla River. The property contains three dwelling houses; one is occupied na a storp at, pres-ni. An excellent Grist mill with two run(.of. stones, aud a Saw Mill. Froit trees of every descriniien on tha premises. . The property eaa be had ou reasonable ermsb . , - - - .: 1 - . -. 1 A small farm of about 80 acres of land, within one und a half miles of the, Depot, well Improved, 50 ecres under oultivction. A good orehardof all kinds of- fruit trees Apples, Cherries, Peaches, Plums and . Grapes; a good dwelling house and barn, handsomely situated on the Scioto River The above ss the most valnable mill property wen 01 zvianou on ,ine isciota river, capable 01 run ning several pairs of Stone, and can be improved to most any extent. Both Grist, and Saw Mill is in thorough repair, snd both do good work. Any person wishing to purchase such property, can inquire 01 Josepn r.. rooke, at Little (Sandns ky, Wyandot connty, who can give a full descrip tion and good satisfaction to any inquirer, as he is well acquainted with the- premises. ' Application can also De maoe to tne owner on the premises. , ..1 , DANIEL LONGENAKER. Jane. 16, 185I. ...-'tw J-' ' r-; IToteI,Boarding & PrjrateBouse keepers TTTOULD do well to call at A. McNeiPa Unhol V V stry and examine his Mattrases, as this is the time to repair and clean nonse Tor spring and Sum mer. There is nothing in use that can compare with a Good Curled Hair Alattrass, which are sold at Buffalo prices; and his - Straw Mattrassea will be found more serviceable and con venient for under beds, and cheaper in the iono- run, then the old fashioned straw bed, as they save laoor ana iron ore; aiso prevents oust, dirt, cee , which .always arises from the use of straw beds. They are found in all cities Id, bee, advantages and are ninntd for frenemf Ds.. . ' ' . He is also prepared to do all kinds of Upholslrv TM I. . t .. . ' -.. 1. I . . f I . . 11 ota, iua iwuici iu lite iiue Ol ousiness.-, . r - . , - A. McNEIL Sandnsky City, May J7, 1851.; . .: A good supply of Botanic Medicines just ree'd at i '.:'' '':--'.-- - WtMiSrtll'S. r" IHE Subdcribers respectfuUMnfonn the public I tiat'thrvy have entered into a partnership, for the purpose ol carryingon the Batcherm? bosiness. Their friends who may wih to be supplied with the beet meats that the country afford, are- requested ro canal uruBO'i oia stano, wnere tney win be happy to supply them, on aocommodatint? tfrms. -,-r iirvU i U fc M. Vr ctio 1 aJ.; Fremont March 2&, 51. t " . CAN F I E L D & lei I TO HELL tVAQtESAtR AND RETAIL JiKAiEIlS IS,' t ! HAMDWARE, SAILS AS 1R0X, PAINTS, OILS v TAEXISB & BRLSIIES, Lamps, Brittania and Jappaned Ware; ' ' ROPES AJfB COBPIGE; Guns & . Pistols. Powder & Snot. STOVES AND PIPE; ' ; ; MANFFACTIIREB OF ' x Tin and Copper Ware, at the sign of the Padlock and Stove, in the Store formerly occupied by E.N. t-iooa, opposiie-tne nana.- . . -Fremont, Dee-v 28, 1850." " ' . ' '; "' " -i i:a : -, Executor's Notice. - NOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber has been duly appointed and qualified as exscn tnr on the estate of Hannah Smith deceased late of York tp, Sandnsky county Ohio. '"'-." J' ' ' . ?,., , .. ABRAM HAMILTON. Sept 6, lust. : - V-;f TOOTH Brushes, Hair Do. Hat do.Clothes Do at ': 1 WOOSTER'S. ; '; Corn &. Cob Mill. . , GORN in the Ear can be ground at the Croghan .Mills. JOHN MOORE.- , JAS'YALLETTE. , Ballville Dec- 2a, l59. . ' v ' n--.:. :" WOOD WANTED!- .. . , ; NY quantity of Koud Hickory slid Ash Wood t willbehiben oBsar.eriin.athe - ; u 1 -- iFrkiso Orrics 1? 111. ft I, IMF!. 'v THE nhdersigiie'd witt'keed constantly on hand .T. - - P.a, l.im. .1 fiMviUel one and a fourth miles up the River from' Fremont. . , March 22, 1851v B i LANK BOOK'S, full bonnd Ledgers, Journals, Dockets, Casn ana i nvuiov , -( . . . Bcckiasd's, ; . extract. ,':;;',.'. s v.v .-'C- From the Laws and RegulaUons of the Pst Office Department.' ,- ---;.r- ivf J ij; c; -, -i . Chapt. 7, Sec. 59. 'When th mail arrives on Suday, he (the postmaster) will keep his office open for one hoar or more, if the public, convenience re quire it, after the - arrival and t assortment theroof, unless it be during the time of public worship; in which ease he Will keep the officeopen for on hour or more, if necessary after the same has ceased.' Tha above reaulation will be observed at this office. I. Mi KEELER, P, M. , Post Office, Fremont Jan. 1851. ' Fares and Farmiii Lcnd3 mm mm. wm m m mum n r L"L-i. hiii.ii. fTTlHE SUBSCRIBER will sell tf follow! Lm. ing described FAKifiKo Lasdb on. the tnost reasonable terms, both' as to price and tredit: , : t ,'''.' ; ' SAiiDUSKT COUICTY : gATDCSXT TOWKSHIP. R. Tpv Sec, t" - - ' , Acres 15 ,6 " 2d w ptneqr fraction 77 ) " 23 1 pt bc qr ' 72 f laV ' on the river Ij miles below FrcniODi partly improved ' '17 s e qf-of e qr " 20 aw qrne qr " " ,y e hlf nw qr ' " ' ' 32 eqrswqr ,' V'. BAtLVILLB roWiTSHl'p. 40 40 -80 15 4 1 about 30 acres mostly, improved. -, on the turnpike ons mJe east.of J're- . mont'- -'- . ,t '.' 'i;-- v i - ' - " . 27 west hlf south east quarter" " , " . 38 northwest quarter , ' 169 known a the Dana farm, about SO acres improved, framed . house and barn, and orchard. - 1 . EICV TOWNS nil. 13 6 25 , sifuth west hlf north west qr '' ' r north hlf south westqr . B1LET TOWOSH1P. . ; 80 80 60 80 151 80 40 .-.4a 9 40- 8a 40 ' 80 40' 40 40 -89 160 80 80 S23 SO 40 M leoc 80 80 18 5 1 9 west hlf south east qr . 1 BKKBS OKKEK TOWNSHIP. , 17 north hlf north east quarter 16 4 13 north east fraction quarter ' washiAgtos Towsrtsinp; ' 14 5 21 west half north west quar,, . -north half north west quar " 6 91 south eaBl qr north east qr ; , " ' SCOTT TOWSfcni. ' .13 4.. 28.. .south east qr north eastqr east hlf sou: b eabt qr 35 south east qr north east qr east hlf south west quarter 36 14 north east qr north west qr sonth ea;t qr north east qr north east qr south east qr ..wOODVIlXE TOWNSHIF. 13 8 10 'west hlf south- east quae (. parti jr improved. J , f "-. 8 ; north west quarter r " '...' east hlf south west qr 10 15 east hlf south east quar . east quarter .' . , - south hlf north west er r north east qr north west qr sourh hlf north eust qr , . north west quarter ..,; north hlf south west qr north hlf north east qr ' north west qr north west qr 17" 22 " 25 4J ' OTTAWA COUNTY. T. Sec. , Part. - - -Acres '7 "-'21 north hlf a e quar v 80 " f 41 " west hlf s e quar 80 8 ' 23 eastpt south west qr . ' 89 " . 11 east pt north west qr SO R. 13 - ts is 13 - jp north west qr south e qr ,40 5 south east qr s w qr 40 9 south east quar 11 south hlf i v qdar .' -i . ,north hlf a w quar -; 14 north wast quarter 23 s e quar s e quar -82 south part n e quar 160 't 0 "80 ' ,160 , 40 81 80 180 80 ',80 160 80 S , 35 -south hlf w quar -33 souih west quurter -. .V 31 south hf north e qr ... .) ? west hf south e qr v: r 23 south west quarter y west hf south e qr ' WOOD COUNTY." " 5 south half '4 . ' ' . ' 7 wast half, frrction t 'y' 18 north west fraction ' ' 14 15 9 4 320 318 153 281 270 320 80, 53 187 -4 ' . 80--80 80 '80 80 : so 140 ii e 1 3 whole fraction K 14 whole fraction 24 north half . .. 12 4 25 south hlf south east qr V . U S Reserve s 15 undivided two thirds I w-sst hlf south east quarter U S Reserve s 15 undiiided two thirds .. south west quarter, t ; - ' SENECA COUNTY. ' 13. 2. , 1 north hlf south east qr. -,v (, east hlf south west qu -v - , 10 east half north east qr ' " -i: west lilf south east qr 1 1 west hlf north west qr , ' . - lowest hlf northeaster. " -: 5 north west qr frac . - ' 14 i f west hlf north east qr frao 73 north hlf south westqr S 80 " " .- 6 east hlf north west qr fra l- 75 " u. . '" south ast qr , 160 'ft south hlf south west qr. - ""78 " ' 7 north hlf south west qr"'" '"T9 V north west qr north west qr ':.40 - R. P. BUCKLAND. -Fremont,.Nof, 2&th, 1851.5s ' - Agcncj of Dr. S. S. Fitcb,, t . 7ft7 Broadway New York. VTIOR SALE-His Patent Silver Plated Abdtm Jt? , tnal Supporter. Patent tel spring, sheulder. brace. Silver Inhaling Tubs, and LeeturesouCon- snmptioo &c. -.. : 1. - . - Also his Celebrated Medicine as prepared an used by him. with ot without ihe instruments, in the treatment of . , ., , jij.- Pulmonary Consumption, Asthma, .',.; .. Heart Disease, :. v Rheumatism, Scrofula, , ' " Piles, , . Prolapsus, Debility, , - . . . iemale Uotriplamts,, .3 Spinal Weekness, Coughs, Colds, Catarh, and all similar diseases.- . , , . . . - The instruments are the best ef their kind and warranted atrainst ail defect. The medicines are carefully prepared by Dr. Fitoh, aad all, whether used togetheror each artiele separately, will bear comparison with, and be foood ' ' Superior to anr similar article.. being made for use and not merely for sale. . ' FuU directions to ' - u , , .. , - DR. FITCH'S GUIDE TO INVALIDS, which is given away, a valuable treatise of 48 pag es. All to be had of the only duly authorised agent for Bellevue, J. W. Goodson; Tiffin, Geo- Ecbert. . iorssle in rremont, by '. i i ; , STEPa BUCKLAND 4 CO. ' Jbbo8.1850 12-ly : - " s-' NEW STOCKt NEW PRICES!, i-'i- jr. n STEVEJ"S.T WOULD inform th public that he has resumeel hia business at hia old stand, on Croghan St., and having had theopotiouity of seeing and getting; All the Latest Fashion from Ems end West and having brought on an assortment of the '"' .'' FIKKST rVOODS, VKNKpRISGS, Ca,t . he is prepared to furnish hia old eestonersvaBda many newonee aaean crowd inr his ware rooms-, with' the most splendid lot of - -- t ' - ManogOBy; Rosewood and Black walitnt Of every hind from tht Cradle to the Coffin. ; As to prices, he ia determined . , , NOT TO BE. UNDERSOLD. He is bold to say that h een offer yea BETTER BARGAINS and BETTER WORK than. yea can get west ol liannie-s asasssa nanid, and is making AU kinds of BEpSTEADS, :-. ?"' y oJ New and Improved Plans; such as Lewis' Patent. Fowler', Patent, &o., &e Do aot fail te give him a call. - ,-- O He has got op a good Heatse.and wilt attend funerals ia town or country. Fremont, August 10, 1850.