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CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED!!! ; DR. RODGEKS' , fomponnd Syrup of Liverwort & Tar For the Cure of Consumption, and all Dis ease of the- Lungs and Breast THIS Great Remedy has not only made almost incrodihle cures of Consumption, but it breaks up the most distressing Congh, Cold, Fain iu the Bieast.and Asthma: iu a few hours lime. We an; thorixe -our agents, in all- cases where it Joes not give immediate relief, and the bottle is returned, to cheerfully remind the morey. AVe wil no w ask the afflicted candidly to exam ine the facts below, which substantiate the merits of this great remedy; facts- which are incoatroverti ble,. and enint be deuied. - We refer you to the statemeuts of well known Physicians and Pntfes sore,who have come forward and substantiated these facts. The most incredulous eniinol hut be con -vinred that it has made cnrrsvhere ever thing eise Extracts from Vertijicatet which can be seen lit Jiill by calling on the Agents. Greatest Excitement Ever in Fremom! r ennsyivama Store! Mo N. aZIEGLER. ,IIIS M-immotl. Establishment opened out in Fremont aonie nix inonthi ago, since which lime the niot tremendous and unparalleled excite ment has prevailed iu llits coanty that his ever been hoot 11 iu the era of selling' goods. Some of tho bra 8 have become alarmed, and finding that their small stores could not compete, have enlarg ed their rooms, but in vain others have about con cluded (o close their doors. While the proprietor of the Pennsylvania More, actuated by that Philan thropic spirit hy which he is governed in all his dealings continues determined to keep up the ex citement until every mTeliHiit end tape-cutter in town frtiisinio the rn'ika ihI sashe will take off that PxhurhiUnt tariff m hich he has heretofore put opon hi Hoods, nm! stll thnii hereafter at the lw rricrs diti tfctrd Iv itie Pwuisvlyahiit store. Al- Jthr.Hifh this etub?i:.M, rut tins open eo recently ln- fi-aft-d iti Fremont' it Ji ircicy hcome oue oft illustrated, fall cloth, Jf. oirr &tattr; ov Kev, j. i, tieim- i In.mo, l!utruied, lull clotit. Sit etc; HgeA ctjire, 75 rt. I frfm -jfi e Bifctwaods and tie Adiran ! -,fxiv. J. licndiey 1 vol 12 ni ." ct. " ' " i-I1" Savior and his Apostles; a pvYTt2r--ftfeach, engraved on ateel. With iv on jjie cbararter' of Ihe "Apostla. bv ZZtZUklxiky I vol 12 mo, 15 engravings -niiTe. eatra. i50. e. 0f Rer.J. T. Ieadey; Willi ., TVol 13 mo, llluslmud. 50 cte! gill r,.75 eft 1 -. , - . '?JSacred History; by Mrs. Steele msaasKwilh splendid engravings I vol 1 1 'enrarged and revired edition-, I dol. ; rfjfiVa, 1 dot. 5''l cts. , -gr, ir the Ptecarif ' Tnspiru'ion nf Scriptures; bv Prof. Gnassotj of va. 1 rsoslafed hy itev. E. Si Kirk,-: A Ind eu?lSg''d edition. . I Vol 12 mo; 4!U pa-s- - - - - - - ' - - Korfifaci Smith: A title of. other miiv Sherwood. I vol Id mo, llluctca t svav1 - -' Z'&XfiW; by Mrs. ShcrwooJ 1 t9m irtORlrnte!, SO i ts-. .laSSS- t'atechimy rf the 'Itev. 'Astern f iJtvixes, with proof U-erfof out of irMareSy in worJs t length. . fi-r lL'O, 3 ctffDjjt Opinions of the Press.- ; ?2.cfpe end C&aractersBj the rfiiriillry." Th.' Kof aiJy very prcp jtyiire4l a companion lo the sacred Mtuii amhor. llsorject is tuiHtitftmte i-jrifr Ufti like the sucrrd w-ritifi)r. I is c-mbvr drsn tv spereuV the Bible. But i tti rq?;e a sottcitude to otjtain, and to Tttjly acxaaiuteti and d-if-ctly f imil f ittsliistory, dnctAnes aud luv; to know its i iriiV itsspiril, feel its power mud partake ; ? tttioi ordk to przc in some measure rrev Wits treasure, whtch is tuet4 hejond O f'11 'rr" circulation fr beyoud p r aitilior'a furmpr works. The News. k Setaes and CharactersBy Kv. J.' 5nlhor f thfr S trred Monntain?, Ae 1 14 4.iiiridi gretstfy to tle reputation uf th . jajlilerar mert it tr.sre than ttjitls ins , Monntoiiis. Mr Heaoly jtce! tn his its ind vivid lscritiu:s. ILs vvoiks f tPfasury of all the ruhlimity of thought, i!lj-etess of pjwi.ta, ami v:gcroo. Strcnglh -lift, wiiich ar to be found i all tha Jan- ;wjych mortals declare thfir inustla. - - " failv Globe, J..n 5. Wf and Sl-tcle9oly Rev. J. T. Head not fnr Ion? time tvt down to a ilV" lean( awtic;pTn, or found :rjj'aUiiS more fuHj jrevli2f d, ftuiti tn the tiV, and we know it will bs hailed with ..ifth i fh mony admirt-rs o the talented Ifij'apoleojf and his Mar'-halis was jfrojuila, and found at last as many en- !h- rVatlera as av book that cau be mention sal "Li .iirlfc ihe Rambles and sketches are des jSypepnlar at leut as any of his previous 4wi works r. There is not a dull chapter in j,yUdaa it is with ran infinite yarirtr.' nor lias mtIe room nnn verge enough far jlfjfjft'pf bis fin saleni to. great adean .jimM ncc8fi!ly has he accomplished ; " I ftv biiigmptiicttl sketch of ihe author i aiTf well considered,' and adds, much the btiok, hii h is ot lip hi a very k al tractive stvle bv the publisher, a-ri ; r portiand Transcript Dect 15. f garfTy is one or the most promising writers s'ftfltrff we have here one of hie beet books h wh'ch he can safely rent his Cme. It pos lSIa'B' charms of perfect simplicity it- T7"ro gravel'ul frankness pervad edition," which engages the interest of i-rn" the atrthrvr as well as in the subject. .lsbout Rome, Paris and London eqhihit nd lively trails of an ingenious nature, upon 2!J'of taslo will delight I o linger. We rifhisa iwle rqanl to that of any of the aa ) :' t. . , - New York Ve's. oilection la one which no author Deed he L jl. 'consists, indeed, nf some of Mr Head HlUrtlfiant and highly rluished compositions Ve'ltne-ns of bis sbiUties by which he may HH ihe greatest safety to his fame as a t-rabd thiuk-r New York Tribune. FrnboTe books wiM be forwarded to or- sHt:e mentioned; free of postage, tr any eWntted t?iate,n the receipt of orders, IHtfOey Wonev msv be sent bv mail at j JOHN 8. TAYLOR, T Jh-iaher, 143 Xnmu sU New York. 1 A letter Troth John ' A . Cotlins. K'Q., Kditnr snd i ni t fi.iinti tl iliftmco'-ed houses for chep Proprietor of th Temperaoce Organ;' also A I ne and taimew in ihi seiion of tho conn Uy gent and Lectort-r for the Grand DiviMuu oJ'sutis! Whre if ihf in n. 'wnmnn r ehiM who has not of Teiuperatire of Ohio: j heard ft Zig'eis Cheap 8lurt7 Railroad, potiti- CiiH'innati, Norember 9. lcM9. !cal anil eveiy oth r excit--ment has given way to A. tu. COftti l. Dkar Sik: For the past wight the grel roinim iiou censed hy the unrivalled hBr or ten months, I have felt iuelined to sy soma- j gii.s to be had only her. In view of all these thing in relation to the extraordinary healing quad- tnots, the miHerciynd has lMn to New ork. ie of yor prepamliou -f lr. Kodgerfc' Compound j Philaih-li-hia ""d Bot- n, for a Urg supply of Fall syrnp of Liverwort and Tar, foryour own, bnt more land Whiter G..oi!f, and pure lie has got 'em. especially for Ihe benefit of those uuforlnnte per- iStenmboats, v-set cud rai'mads, nil are hmtJed sons who ure threatened orai51icted with Pulmona- d-.wf. every arrival, with New Cuods for M. N. ry Consumption, and who. like myself, have a great j Zi g! aversion to quahks, to their specifics and eathoh cens; but a comhiualivu of circumstances has pre- DRY vented until now. tn November, 1P45. my wifVtook a severecohl, which settled upon her fangs. A violent congh was the cousequeuee, which increased in seventy dur ing the wiuter, aud reduced her to a'tnoit a kele lon. It was nearly incefsut, and attended with eaere pntn in Ihe side and breast, accompnued with fever aud old night sweats, he expecforaledi more than a pint of matter daily. Dicers gathered unon her - tiitiv mid diffeliaroed. Her hntuls mid feet were CoJd mad ctammv as death, and a purpto i"D no AtT TVToHo f 1 ft 1 fT tint sttled upon her hps. The okill and ri sf- XCCLUjr -XflaUC UlUtUlIlg GOODS rases Cloths. Ca-ftmeres, Vesling; I 20 cases Satinets, Jenf I weed?, txc. ..i0i;;.' mi:s$ goods In mdlfgs rarteiy, among which are 200 pieces of Scotch isinghams, at Ironi I to Vz cenU; I ,UUU pieces of American Prints. 4 to 5 cents; a gond Hl.irk Alpaca, fur 25 rents; Lustres. Delaines, Ac n KplcurtHi assortment Shawls plain and fancy. forts of oar lanitlv phvrr-ian were cotnpleteiy bailed. On the 1st of Wjv, 1342, he informed me that he could do nothing mere thau grant her temporary re lief, that her case was hopeless, and that she could not survive mote than a fortnight at the furlherest. I immediately called upon Or. U. S. Newton, of this city, (who had beou so skillful iu the treatu:eb- of eoncery,) atid stated hercae to him. He rec ommended Dr. I'o.Jtert,' Liverwort and Tar; l sured me there tras nothing of qnackery about it. No Slop-fhop work! But such as ia well made and iu good Jnle. My aESortmeut of BOOTS AND SHOES Iisunequa!e(1 in this county. I hare a large sup ply of siipeiior articles, of which I warrant the work to stand, and pay all damages if it does not. In this branch I hnvo Men nnd Boyr Boots and Shoes; Woiueii's, Misosand Children's Boots ard ehoes in great variety. If you wish to practice but purely ascfenlitic reperation; and cave me ihe COoniV-i Soheing yourself and family come history of several cases, all considered hopeless, where this preparation restored to health. A bottle was procured, and iu una week the expeclorotion i0s nearly conqnered. he coiitittuedgrnduallav to m prove, her appetite relornrd, hr congh in n ttw f am moaihsceased. be recovered her slrt-ugth, at.tl to a very great degree her health, and ia now mrt extraordinary trophy of the healing virtues ol Dr. tiodgera Preparation of Liverwort eihI Tar. f can also say that I have derived very great ben fit from this preparation, for hoarseness, sore throat and strirure across the bnas!. f hare beeu euahh d whitestilfering from severe cold and hoarseness, to speak with comparative ease for two hoars. It has one advantage, in mv own case, over other ex pee -torjnts it does not derange the digestive functions producing headache, or nevtu iribiiity. j regard it a'ltnii-sb'y ndepted for the use of public speakers. Uespr.ttful!y yours, - From Dr. Hiram Cox, lote Professor io Cin- ' ' cinoati Eclectic Medical Colledge. Mr A L. sco. till. '-However reluctant I nave been to permit nir name to be attached to patent medicine, T cun-ider it a duly to the community to sthie tlf&ttn ihre ceses of incipient consutnpttnn, viz: Miss Bell, Mss Bisrger, and Mr. 17. If. Cot, on of out City Council, that Dr. Rogers Liver wort aud Tar operated more like a specific than any other remedy that I ever usd. , One of the names', wn Miss Btll, pronounced by several physicians to be tabortnguuder the last stnge of scrofulous Coii- sumption.. he is now in ged health from the use i of a few bottles of the above syrnp. - H1KAM COX, M. D. Cincinnati Jar.oary 25, IS47. . For sale iu Fremont hw . 8. BUCK LAND & Co., . J. F. W008TER. ' Fromont, November Isl, 51 4m. :JI L U A H L E PRPERTI! R SALE. "WC sofcsriber will offer at private sale, the L vaiuable Mill property on ScJuto Kiver, Tfith 4Q arrps of land, in the county of Ma- ioiH'it "tiles of the town of Marion, I in" ot the Railroad line and three aud a : &cf ie Depot, the road crossing the Sci K The property contains three dwelling i-onej t occupied aa a store at presents An jifjris't mill, with two rnn of stones, and a ''A .iTrnit Ireea of everv desCrintion on l!ie Tli property can be had oa reasonable T fa rn) -of about 60 acres of land, within fjhajf mileo of the Depot, well improved, iLdejt cultivction. ; A good orchard of all I fruit trees Apples, Cherries, Pearhes, Grapes; a good dwelling? house and fiiproety situated on the ScioioRiver.. , jv jta the jnost valuable mill property 4iqn on the Sciota river, capable of run jaj, pairs of stone, and can be improved ntS1?11 'h Grist and Sw Mill is hpair, and ooth do gooa work rsps vie lung to purchase snch propertv. uitty, who cau give a fall descrip ire of Joseph . Fouke, at Little Sandus- I good atisfction to any inqnirer, as he is nfalDeVT with the premises. .Application SeTWiayc lo th owner on the premises, hi'.- DANIEL LONGENAKLR. &t9-H - " ' - " " " ffjCs'ROAO 2VOTICE. Anuiai:tneeUng of the Stockholders of the jo,'porwaik, and Cleveland R.iil Road v. 'for the eUctiou of Directors, will be ihsir Office ill Norvaik, oil Vrednesdny, (Sav of January 1852. - - . . rH wUII bs openl at 10 o'clock, A. M., xeat 1 e'eloek, P. M. i W.. F. KITTREDGE, Secretary. '; Jio. 9olh, IrJ51. rtHfan act regalating Rail Road Com irWa February lith, 1846, reads as Tol i wit: ' ' ' ' :' nhu fint election of Directors, no person any ehare on whih aoj iustallicaut , .QwriueidV 4S-5w. " SEWS! .E1VS!! . Glorious News!! From the South!!! J 11 E Mexican Mustang Liniament, that has been pertiirming such remarkable cures, and and creating so much excitement in the South aud Wt'st during the last twelve mouths, HAS ARRIVED IX OUR MIDST! and all those afflicted with Rheumatism, old Sores or Uncer Diseases, or Sprains, Scalds, Bums, or Eruptions of any kind, can uov be healed. Those who have been suffering for months or yenrs with that loathsome disease, 1"Ise IikC need now suOer no lont?er aa this MuvrKo Lim.ukrt is n certain remedy, no matter how bt they are, or of how lane standing. Cancers, Fislulos, Scald Head falleror Ring Worm r any kind of a sore, are healed &ad perfectly cured ia an iucredtbly short time.-' ' Ta the Ladies it is Invalnablc For sore nij-Ies, caked b res sis, ague in the face. Tooth or Ear Afhe, nr any paiupul sores or swell ings. It also removes dandriff from the head, in vigorates the hair, and prevents it from failing out, and gives a beautiful glossy softness ithe hair (hat is not attained by any other preparation. For Horse and other Animals. it has no equal in healing Saddle or Cottar Galls, Scratches, Mange, sprains or Bruises and it is an infallible remedy for spiiuta, spavins, or Ringbones dissolving the large tumors, and reducing the swol len or enlarged joints to their na.u!ai size, aud healthy action. Pole Evil or Fistula, and Big headcan now he cured; aud the Mustang Linia ment is the remedy that c u do il. If you nr any of vour family, or your favorite horse are afflicted with anv of the above diseases, try one bottle il only costs 25 cents and you will never use any other remedy. lO"or aa'e, wholeale and retain, by $ Buck laild At CO-, of Fremont, and by other agnis in all the villias;es and towns of this aud the sur roondint? enmities. - Oct. 4, 1851. - and buv of me. In GROCERIES hound to undersell. I will sell 10 lbs best Rio Coftee fur g?; Young Hvson Tea, 371 cents. I make this declaration of facts, aud I am willing to demonstrate tl-e matter on the counter, f intend lo keep il before the people, that I wage a success ful wnragain?! High Prcrs. Come and my Goods and yon will be ahle to deteot ihe old hunkery sys tem ot long yart'S, long prices, nnd mixed up with humbugging. I intenp to give them tots of grape. Fremont, Sept. 27, 1651. - Cheaper than ever D. BUTTS WOULD again sy to his customers and the Pul l c that he h;.s received his Fall snd Win ter stock of Goods, ami although the raw material f Wotd and ColhMi bore a high price during1 the p. st year;?4-t it it nfi inronfrover.able fact that most all kinds of Gocita are cheaper in the eastern cities hau they perhaps have ever been heretofore, and herefore will euahve us to sell goods at Uu parallelled Low Prices. Shea'ings one yard wide a fair article for 5 cents, ang the best but a tr.fle higher. Do yon want cot fnn yarn, S.iitiiietl,, Tweed?, Kentucky Jeans Ac. I will sell them to you at such prices that will make those quutke who have a'ready been driven to make capitni out of smoke houses; lo them l would say that ihe smoke huuse is there, anil the uttfurtvnate mm thus tamenliug, must reconcile himself the bet way he can. - - A beautiful article of u hite sugar perfectly diy at 6 cents per pound. Strictly prime Coffee, and all other kinds of H ROC tili EES at the lowest figure. You can find in Northern Ohio 400 piece? Calicoes, mostly Merrimacks of the most beautiful styles, and 150 pieces of different kinds IRE$S-GOODS such as mnslin de laius, plain and fancy Alpaccas, raaamenlra, ranging from one shilling upwards. A fuit assort ineut of Long and Figured Shawls, FJuUuels, Blenched Goods, READY MADE CLOTHING to he sold at corresponding price with wheal at 5e cents per bushel. My stot k of BOOTS AAl) SHOES is rontp'ete, and will be sold very chsap Gro ceries, Dye Ht tiffs, Oi'r, Paints, Hardware Crockery sole A npper Leather, Iron, Nails Ac will at all times be kept on hatid and sold cheap. Iu conclusion J would say lhatif you want to save monev, call aud see ns, it costs nothing to examine. t'anh will be paid for all kinds of produce. Oct 10, 1851. Oh! Dear, Wliat Can the Matter Be? THE W HOLE rOCSTRY IS K COHHOTIOX! And the Exrjtementat at HEAD QUARTERS 7 Ten degrees ahove Fever Ueat! nTHElIl ELEVEN' ROD Establishment iscrondetl with Farmers from all parts of North Western Ohio-Tlie news has spiead on the 'Wings of the Wind,1 that Nitns has REPEALED THE TARIFF, And is bound to close this Ponderous Pile of over Tons of the most Magnificent line of Goods ever exhibited to the People of Sandusky county. B'lieving, as in do, that Wheat most rule at low figures, and that our interests and that of the Farmer are blended together as one, we are going tu nihke a proposition lo compromise the matter, so as to make one haud wash the other. We ask the uueMion, whether or not, all kinds of iron for heavy Wagons at TII13E DOLLARS A IHSDREB, And real Agawin Nails at $3,50 a Barrel, are not iu proportion lo Wheat at 60 cents a bushel say ing tlolhtug about those 30 hogsheads of Sugar, at 16 Founds for One Dollar In tinning over the next leaf, we find tha old Bay rititc has deposited with ns over 100 Bales of Cot luu Goods, and those vard wide Sheetings at G pence and Readv-Made Bugs at 2o cents, make those OVERWHELMING TESTIMONIES: f.VF.R HALF A MILLION OF TESTIMONI tls have been received by the Ptoprietor of '-crx ' McALTSTER'S r At-.-t.nt.rtL,iiviJiiii t- WENT from Physicians the most skillful andce- " lebrated, from Counsel lors learned in the Law, 5-S from Judges of celebrity --rr isrers of the Gospel, - whose undeviating in tegiity have made them """ !:':-";':-r-''-"j Miming lights in tne "mZtr'v path of Truth, from en- Ij;hteneil Profeni'ra. firm acute Merchants, and from those of every statt n, name and degree among mankind all of which, withcut one d's senting objection, i ronounce this Ointment to be GOOli. As day by day it unoblr tsively extend its sphere of action alons the borders of our vast coun try, and is circulated throughout its extent, new evidences cf its power snd ne.v 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 of cavil or contradiction, that it is IN FALLIBLE in the core 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, ftc. It completely restores the INSEN SIBLE PERSPIRATION, and by this means opens those avenues bv which Nature intended to expel Ihe morbid matter of the body thus is the system cleansed, the blood purified, and the health re stored. It has the power to cause all external Sore,, Scrofulous Humors, Skin Diseases, and Poisonous Wounds, to discharge their putrid matter, and then heal them. We are not ashamed of the names of All-Healius Ointment ! Or the .World's Salve! which a discerning public has applied to Oiis medicine ; for there is scarcely a disease, exter nal or internal, that it will not benefit. I have used it for the last fourteen years for all diseases of the Chest, Consumption, and Liver, involving the utmost danger and responsibility, and I declare before heaven and man, that not in one single case has it failed to benefit when the patient was within the reach of mortal means. ' Wholesale and retail at the Grand Depot, 141 FULTON ST., New York, and by all Druggists throughout the United States. J. McALISTER, Sole Proprietor, 141 Fulton St. N. Y. S. BUCKLAND & &0., J. F. WOOSTER, 19 Only Agents for Fremont GOLD PEKS. BAGI.EY'S Gold Fens and Pencils for sale cheap, at S. Dockland & Cu's. PERFUMER Y! " OSE Hair Oil, Ox Marrow-, Bear's Oil Maccnssar Oil, Bandoline Fixatrice, Philocomb, Cream of Koses-and Lilys, Cologne, Rose and Lavendar Water, &c, &c, just received, at Bccklakd's. NEW GOODS AT THE Railroad Grocery. WIIOIiESAIiE &. KETAITj. P CLOSE, would respectfully inform his old customt rs and the public generally, that he has just returned from New York with a large and well selected stock of Groceries, Toys, and Notions which he now offers at greatly reduced prices- II is stock consists in pnrt of corlee at 10 cts per lb. iigur at 6 cts, good Meiasses at 3 shillings per gal Tobacco at 25 cts, Rice at 5 cts. Codfish at 5 cts. No 1 Mackerel at 8 cts, bst Tea at 50 cts, Loaf, crnshed and powdered Sugar, layer Raisens, epurm star aiid 'tallow caudles, shot, lead and powder su perior Salaratus, Pudding starch, extract of coffee, pepper sauce, English curents, pure liquors for einkness, such as Pale and Dark Brandy, Cherry Brandy, Cherry Bounce. Cherry Wine, old Irish Whisky, Port, Malga and Maderia Wines, Gin and Bum, and the greatest assortment of Segars over brought in market, and a great variety of fruits Prunes, Figs &c., jar Pickles, Sardines, Nuts of all kinds. Combs and Brushes, Gents & Lada's Pins & Rings, Fancy Boxes, Dolls, Harmonicaus, Jews Harps, Gun caps, marbles. Blacking, Hair Oils, Purses, Walets, Port Monies, Toy Whips. Toy Bureaus aud Babies in cradles, Horses and Riders Animals, Glass Deers aud Bircs, Whistles & trum pets, Mrsques, Toy Chair, China Voces, India Rubber Dolls and animals and a thousand other thinos too numerous lo mention, call and see for yourselves; I have also fitted up my Saloon & cook Room and am prepared to get up meals at the shortest notice. Hot Cofive at a'l times; aud 1 have also an agency from the Baltimore Oyster Com pany which enables me to sell Oysters lower than any other shop in town, and as low as they cau be had at Sandusky citv,'please call one and ull Fre-nout Sept- 20, 1S50. A. B. TAYLOR. Fremont, Sept. 35, 1851. Petroleum or Hock Oil. THE most wonderful remedy ever discovered. Procured from a well 400 feet below the earth's surfac. . The above article can he had at Woos tera Drag Store, first door south of O. L. Nims. SWEEXS'andPittebnrghlronat Haykes. ZEPHY R WORSTED paUern,Cvas, Board and Needles, it ' Haises. " l.iok littie blue about the '-litis, aud wish the Brick never had b-en burned that are piled up in that Hpietliiiii soiol-' HEW GOOBS! At the Old Corner! A - B. TAYLOR HAS just received the largest nnd best se lected Stoi !: of Goods ever exhibited at theOld Corner; wliioli were purchased in Au gust, with Cash, at a time when, money was worth 3 per cent a mouth in New York, and r, i ii , c - -1 rt r a" . i hiiu tiaaov-iviaoe u:igs ai cents, iiibko inose Good even sold at n Sacrifice of 2j per cent fe((iwg wf- have tH.tft0 Aflt us in imprvemets. oy importers -juu juuuc rs iu raise lite irtnui This Slock of Splendid Goods will be sold nt a very smHll commission from FIRST COST, For ready pay. The public is respectfully solicited to call and examine goods and prices before purchas ing elsewhere ? Others may FUFFand BLOW, and adver tise prices to their hearts content, the OLD CORNER will undersell them at any rate. All the Fashionable Styles of Silk, Dress and Fancy Goods can be found here as well as a large Stock of Groceries, Hardware Dry Goods, Silks, Shawls, Ribbons, Bonnels, Hats and Cap?, Wall and Window Paper, Bor dering, -ifec. A lart-e lot of ScSisol nok. Ink,- AVrltins Paper, in fact all nrticles to suit the ants of the com munity. And ail we ask is an opportunity lo show our Goods and Prices, to show an iut.l ligent and discriminating public that this is the place to buy your pood?. Cash paid for Wheat, Oats, Clover and Tim othy .Seed, Siieep Pelts, Beeswax and Butter. hmjse, erected nt Nims Ware house donr. Pnt in vour smoke, its no nse to In to blucktlie n heels of this old Regulator. THE rABKIEBS Are with ns, and understand who it is that first spiked the (runs of ibis old combination. On the second prge jou will find Ihey have laid in a iurge hue of LADIES' D.RESS "ROODS, inclnding 50 pieces Muslin i!e Lanes at 12 1-2 cjs; a perfrct Mountain of Black & Figured Alapacits. Paramettas 6c tXurg'i Clotho, Poplins, Plain & Figured Prints at 6 pence, Shawls fc Ribbons in proporiiui. Passiiir along down the counter abent Fr 'tod?, we f.nd the Ready-Made ftothing & Shoe Department! Have partaken of the spirit of 60 ceuts a bushel & judging from the rush down that way, the farmers must nulla so loo. e cannot any uuw mug mi stock will last, bnt pledge ourselves to keep well posted up. until this immense stock is closed, and while some of our neighbors spend their tvt uingi in r.nnvassinor our expenses, and sav we must fail another closs declare they have made over Ten Thousand dollars the oastvear. and have made or their minds to sell goods one whole year at Ne York cost wo dont think they would be cheap even then. Let them drive their tallest team Head Quarters has thrown up a breast work that never Have. The Rocks are here for all your Wheat, CoYn, 0-ts, Pork, &c. Aead Quarter, ) Oct. i, 151. S CASH paidfor Land Warranta.at Head QtJARfsi s. uYOTICE, J3 herebr given that n petition will be firosented to the Trutees of Jackson township, Sandusky Co., at their next moeting, praying that a Town ship toad may be laid out and estab'ithed as follows Commencing at the county road on the county line at the middle of section thirtv three on the line between Samuel Mowry and Henry Oswalt, run ning north to the quarter mile post, thence west forty rods on the line between Henry Hollinger &. Samuel Mowry, from thencr eighty rods North on the line between feury Hollinger and Samuel Mowry from thence north through Daniel Mowry's lane running hy his house and bsrn, to intersect the conntv rond near the residence of Georae Gehr. Sept. 27, '51 3w- Office lo let. f TMHEroom in the Tyler Buildings over the J store recently oocupied bv Topping &. Wegs, teiiT. R. P. BUCKLAND. Aug 31, 1851. For the Toilet. A beautiful article of Rose water, Cologn, Bay water, Lavender do, Hair Oil, &c. at WOOSTER'S. PI.S'ASE CALL and look at my assortment of Crockerv and Glass-ware. May 24, 185 1. J . T. JVOSS. PERRY DAVIS' receive pat Pain Killer, a full supplv just WOOSTER'S JRAYER BOOKS and Church Service. A Splendid assortmentfrom 31c to $3,at BUCKLAND & GO'S. CODFISH of superior quality at Havses Cheap Stork. BIBLES. A large lot of Familv Bibles from $ I 50 to $6. Also, Pocket, Clasp, Tuck, and PolyglottBibleeand Testaments at Buckland's. WATER 1.IME. AI.ABRE quantity of Water Lime for sale at the Grocery aud Provision store of G. M. T1LLOTSON. June ? 1851. Singing Books! TVTOW IS THE TIME for Singing, nnd Bucklnnds are prepared for it, and are offer ing to those want: The Mendlesoln Collection of Choice Music. Carminia Sacra, Church Choir. Psallry, The Odeou. Manhattan Collection, Alpine Glee Singer, The Melodeon, 3 volumes; The Lute. The Juvenile Singing School; Sabbath Schools Melodies; Missourie Harmoney, &c.&c. 2sr c ss Bnckland's Brick Block. Oct 25, '51. Prices of DR CARITEE'S Galvanic Curatives. Galvanic Belt, $3,00 Necklace 2,00 " Bracelets 1.00 " Magnetic Fluid, -1,00 A large supply of the above articles just received at Wooster'a Drug Store, first door south of Nims. YOUNG Hvson Teaofjnperiorqualilyat Haybis. '. ' OLD -'' - ''-"- Dr. Jacob To wnsend's SA SA r 11 ILLA. rjTIHTS Medicine is made up wholly of VEG--- ETABLE substances, contains no mineral substance of any kind, and is perfectly safe and certain in its action in all persons, young or old. It is a most efficient article in effect ing the following purposes: 1st, It PURIFIES THE BLOOD, and cleans es the whole system of acid, slime, worms and bile. 2d. It is a sovereign remedy in all cases of Chills and Fever, and is equally good in ordinary casea of Rheumatism, especially in those called acute or inflammatory. 7'his is a valuable medi cine in Fever and Ague Countries, particularly in the South and West. Used iu the Spring and Fall, it will effectually cleans the Blood and system of bilious and other morbid matter, and thus pre vent a hoet of Acute and Chronic Diseases. 3d. It is a great remedy for Liver Comp'aints, Disease of the Kidneys and Urinary Organs. -. 4lh. It acts with remarkable efficacy in cases of Dspepsia, Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Sick Head aches, Flatulence, or Wind, and creates a good ap petite, by giving tone and strength to the stomach, and other digestive organ.'. 5lh, t is equally good for Colds, Coughs, Bronchiti' , and othar diseases of the Lungs aud Cheat, Pleurisy, Palpitation of the Heart, &c. 6th. It is inebtimabte in casea of Diarrhoea, Dys entery, and Summer CompIaints,in Meu, Women ano Children. 7th It is a very excellent remedy far NERV OUS DISEASES, as Tic Doloreux, or Neuralgia, ana mervons Uroiiity. 8th It is one or the best medicines for all cases of Scrofula which arises from overieating the sys tem followed by sudden cooling, from bad diet, liv ing or working in damp places; from hnmors left in the system which heve been produced by .measles, scarlet fever, small pox, itch, and the like. Hence it cures Erysipelas, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Fe ver oores, and various t,ruptive utseases. 9th Il ts also the very best NURSERY MED. IC1N E for chilnren, great in Measles, Scarlet Fe ver, Small Pox,Kine Pox, Rashes and Eruptions of all kinds; and especially good fir those Fevers and Diarrhajas, or iJowetl complaints which arise from I eething. 10th llisa very good DIURETIC, producing a free and easv paysnge of nrine.. It is also an ex cellent DIAPHORETIC, promoting gentle per spiration, and thus cures many cases of Dropsy. 11th It is great in 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. r2th---It never fails to enre Costivenessand Piles which are not of the bleeding kind, and acts gently on the bowells, but neve as a harsh cathartic. '. Price One Iiollur per Bottle. CTSix Bottles for Five Dollars, . . Principal Office for the Western States at 169 Main street, Cincinnati, between 4th and 5th. - - G. W. CALHOUN, General Agent. For sale by S- BUCKLAND & Co. Fremont, Dec. 4, 1850. Shaker Sarsaparilla, IS QUART BOTTLES, AS PREPARED BT DR. S. D. HOWE, Needs but one trial lo establish its merit as the BEST SARSAPARILLA. EVER discovered Tor the cure of the numerous diseases arising from a debilitated aud derang ed stale of the system. Female complaints. Liver complaints. Scrofula. Biles, Pimples or pnstules on the face, chronic sore ves itingworm, or tetter, scald head, rheumatism pains iu the bones orjotuts, and all diseases arising from an injudicious use of mercury. Pnri fytlie Blood and u I is wc 1. A REMARKABLE CURE. , ' Columbus, Indiana, June 5th, 1850. Messrs. S. D. Hovtdt Co. Gentlemen: About six months since 1 wasattarked with Whet my fam ily physician called Bilious f neumoma, which be came seated deeply on my lungs, and after iny phy sician had broken np the fever my lungs still seem ed to be seriously attected. 1 had no appetite what ever; my skin seemed to have lost its action and function, there was no perspiration, and in fact my self as well as my friends had given me np as incur able in consequence of my complexion of disease, and age, which is about sixty years, until one ef my neighbors called to see m, who some foor months since was afllicled similarly to myself,and had pur chased a couple of bottles of Dk. 5. D. Howa's CouroCNU Extract of Saksafarilla, and it gave her such speedy relief, she prevailed on me to pur chase a bottle and trv it. I done so more te gr'ify my friends than that I had any expectation of being benefited bv the medicine,- but before I had takeu the whole of one bottle mystrength and appetite began to improve rapidly as well as my skiu, began to perform its proper function. 1 purchased the second bottle, and by the time it was all takeu I was resored to as good health as I have enjoyed for the last twenty years. Mrs. L. M'KINN EY. Dr. S. Jackson a distinguished physician of Indi ana certifies to the above cure, and uses Dr. Howe's hazer Sarsaharili.a 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 ol more real value thau pages of ordinary advertisements. - - The great success which has attended the ose ol Dr. S. D. Howe's Shaker Sarsaparilla since its in troduction in the western states, has established its characterin thissection of country. I tits ts the only tiarsaprilla thai acts on the Liver, Kidneys and Blood at the same time, and hence its singular eOicacy and success. Be sure and get Dr. S. D. ffoice's Shaker Sarsa parilla and tqlce no other. y uurt Uotlles $ I per bottle or or b bottleB for $5. FOR SALE BY ' S. BUCKLAND & CO.. Fremont, Sandusky county. - Whelden & Rhodes, Sandusky city, George Ebert, Tiffin, . And bv DR. S. D. HOWE & CO., Proprietors, No. I, College Hall, Cincinnati, O. Te whom all orders must be addressed. 17 Plaster! i'ltister! w BARRELS Common, Witeli and Fine Gray OO Plaster, just received, and for sale by S. BUCKLAND & CO. Fremont, October 19, 1850. NEW YORK WHOLESALE CLOTHING WAREHOUSE, 64 NASSAU STREET. W ILD, BATES A TAYLOK. SUCCESSORS to C. T. Lontrstreet & Co., con tinue to Manufacture Clothing", and are now prepwred with a stock that cannot be excelled in the United States, either in Style, Manufacture, or Prices, to wlmh they would invite the attention of their friends, and the patrons of the late concern, as well as all wishing th pnrchase Clothing. I he reputation of the old concern is well known all through the West, and it will be the endeavor of the New to sustain it, for selling well-made and fashionable garments nt low prices. It is the st)1) and workmanship of tho goods to which they especially ask the exa ninatiou of pur chasers, v - Orders will be pomptIv and faithfully attended to. New York, Aug., I, 1851- WOOL CARDING! And C clli Eessing. rrM-IE SUBSCRIBERS respectfullyannotince I to the citizens of Suudusky and adjoining counties, that they have fitted up two double glared CAKDI'G OTACIIIXES! and are now pre pi red to card wool and dress cloth on the Shortest notice, and at as low prices as can be had at anv other establishimMit. Their ma chinery ia of the best quality, in ood repair, aod will he managed by OLD EXPERIENCED WORKMEN! and all work done will be warranted. Their ma chinery is situated on tho race about 50 Yards above Mores n & Downs mill, where the pnhliois respect fully requested to call and exame Work and Prices. Bv strict attention to business, punctuator, and by doing Good Work, we hope to mrit a t hare of public pat ronnge- JOHN TAYLOK & fro. r remont, bandusky county, o., April 2c, ol . Ij. D Parker Snrgcoii Desitist. .. RESPECTFULLY tenders profepsionalservices to the citizens of Fremont and vicinitv, all ope- rations relating to the preservation and beauty of the natural teeth, or the insertion ot artificial teeth, on pivot, gel or silver plate, d ne in the neatest manner. He ts in possession ot the latest improve ments now in use, consequently he flitters himself that he is prepared to render entire satisfaction to those who may desire his aid in any branch of the profession. Lethean IMher administered, aud teeth extracted wjthout pain, if desired. Office in Caldwell's Brick Building, over Dr. Rice's officer Fremont Jan. 24, 1851. WANTED. rTlHE subscriber wants One Thousand Cords of J wood cut, for which aliberat price will be given, and cash paid. H. RANDALL Jr, Green Creek April 11, '5L ill Prirate Sale. THE subscriber offers the following 4 tract ot IjBHU al private sate at a niia 1BI,L aescnoea os ioiiows, 10 wu: ssssB The south-east quarter of the north east quarter of section No. thirty-six, in township No. five, north of range No. lourleen, inbundusKy county, containing forty acres. Thisland is about three and a half miles west o Fremont, in Washington township, and is excel lently situated and calculated Cor fanning purposes. Persons wisliinsr to nnrchnse will enquire of the Editor of the Freeman, or address the subscriber at Hagerstowu, Washington conntv, Marvlnnd, post paid. GEORGE DEI HL. Fremont, July 13, 1850 18 CARPENTERS can find Hand-saws, Draw knives, steel Squares, try Squares, plan eirons. Nail Hammers, Hatchets. &c.ofthe best quality at Havnes Cheap otork Houses and Lots For Sale. THE UNDERSIGNED will sell on the most reasonable terms, the following Houses aud I.nisin the town of Fremont. Lot No. J46 on turnpike above Lansing's shop, wtlh small house. Lot No. 6. with small barn, back of O. L. Nims rpRirtpnce. I .ot ?in. 2 'S. corner of Croehanaud Wood streets. Lo'.s No. 2G4 and 265. on Garrison street, be tween Wood and Wavne. Lot no 349. corner of Market and Wayne streets, Lot no 386. Former residence of A. Morehouse. Lot 3S9, with small dwelling, adjoining 386 on the south. Lot no 397, on Front street, small dwelling, known an Frazer honse. Lot no 402, on Front street, adjoining Mrs. Zim merman's residence. R. P. BUCKLAND. Fremont, July 12, 1S51. TTTARRANTT, Mortgage, a:id Qoit Claim Derdiforsaleatthe FREEMAN OFFICE Farms .and Farming Lands FOR SALf Hotel.CoardiB j & Priratcliouse keepers WOULD do wef) to call at A. McNeil's Uphol stry and examine his Mattrases. as this is the time to repair and clean house forSpringand Sum mer. There is nothing in nse that can cnmnin with a Good Curled Hair JHattrass, which are sold at Buffalo prices; and his Straw Mattrasses will be found more servieeahln ,nH f.nn- venient for nnder beds, and cheaper in the long run, then the old fashioned straw bed, as they save labor and trouble; also prevents dust, dirt, &c , which always arises from the nse of straw beds. They are found in all cities to be advantages and are adapted fnr general nse. He is also prepared to do all kinds of L pholstrv Work that comes in his line of business. A.McNEIL. Sandusky city, May 17, IP51 . good supply of Botanic Medicines just ree'd at WOOSTER'S. - A HOT :"E".V, 3BB-jaCEt.3Mr; - r I THE Subscribers respectful!) inform the public i that they have entered into a partnership, for the purpose of carryingon the Butchering business. Their friends who may wish to be supplied with the best meats that the country affords, are requested to call at Urund's old stand, where they will bo nappy to supply mem, on accommodating terms. UKUJiUit ftl. WKGSIEIN. Fremont March S9, '51. ....'.-.- C A 13 FIELD MITCHELL WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN HARDWIRE, SAILS AD IRON, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH & BRUSHES, Lamps, Brittania and Jappaned Ware; HOPES AXD CORDAGE; Guns & Pistols, Powder & Shot. STOVES A IS D PIPE ; MASTFACTIREBS OF Tin and Copper Ware, at the sin of Ihe Padlock and Stove, in the Store formerly occupied by E. N . Coak, opposite the Bank. Fremont, Dec, 2, IS50. - Executor's Xotice. . NOTICE is hereby given that Ihe subscriber has oeeti duly appointed snd qualified as exsco- tir on the ostate of Haunnh Smith deceased lateol York tp, randuskv conntv Ohio. ABRAM HAMILTON. Pept 6, Ic'51. ,r TOOTH Brushes, Hair Do. Hal do.Cloihe D at WOOSTER'S. Coin & Cob 31 ill. - CORN in the Ear can be ground at the Cmtrhan Mills. JOHN MOORE. JAS' VALLETTE. - Ballville Dec- 2?, 1S59. WOOD WANTED! NY quantity of good Hickory and Ash Wood u will be taken on subscription at the FRKEMAR OfFFCIt. FRESH JLIME. T1TE undersigned will keed constantly on hand ths coming year, Fresh Lime at Ballville, one and a liurlh miles up the River from Fremont. U. L.. ill i t.. March 22, 1851. B LANK BOOKS, fall bound Ledgers, Journals, Dockets, Cash and Invoice bocas, at . Buckiand's. EXTRACT . i From the Laws and Regulations of the Post Office Department. - Chapt. 7, Sec. 59. 'When the mail arrives on Suday, he (the postmaster) will keep his office open for one hour or more, if the public convenience re quire it, after the arrivaand assortment theroof, unless it be during the time of public worship; in which case he will keep the office open for one hour or more, if necessary afterthe same has ceased.' The above regulation will be observed at this office. I. M. KEELER P. M. Post Office, Fremont Jan. 1851. BRUSHES '. BRUSHES ! AI.AKGE ASSORTMENT of Paint. Varnish, Scrubbing. White-wash, Counter, Blacking, Cloth, Hat, Hair, Tooth and Nail Brush Oct. 25, 'ot. MATTHIASES! OF everydeseriptiou, size and quality, kept con stantly on hand, and manufactured to order. Also. Lounges of every description, shadeand fash ion. " A. McNEIL. Sandusky city, May 17, 185 1. ILKS, satins, alpaccas, lawna, ginghams, &c. allqualities and prices at - Haines. AMP and Tanner's Oil at Hathis'. I EPS IN. A new article for Dyspepsia at WOOSTER'S. TIIEchoicest Liquorsand WiaesTor Medicinal and Mechanicalpurposesforsaleat Bcckland's. MONROE'S Tonic, a certain cure for Fever and Ague for sale only at S. BUCKLAND & Co's. SOTICE TS hereby o-iven that all nersrns are hereby fore J. warned not to trust or harbor my wife, as she has left mv bed and board wilhont cause or provo cation, and as I am determined to pay no debts of her contracting. ' ' JOHN ROSENTELT. Fremont, May 19. 1851. . 15 40 40 .80 15 4 15 6 25 16 5 rrnilE SUBSCRIBER will the follow--M ing described Faruisq Labds on tho most reasonable terms, both as to price and credit:- ' -- f -- . SAKPCSKTCOTSm: 8AVDC8K? IOWKSBIP. "j R. Tp. Sec. . '. ' . Acres 5 - 26 w ptneqr fraction 11 i -i3!j " 23 sptse qr - " , 72 J on the river lj-miles below Fremont partly improved. f . '. " .17 8 e qr of s e qr ' ",, 20 sw qr ne qr- " "';: " e hlf nw qr. , i " 32 e qr sw qr . .:; . ; - BALLVILLE TOWtTSHIp; -.' '--' ;- 1 about 30 acres mostly improved. on the turnpike one mile east of Fre mont. , - -- . : - 27 west Ulf south east quarter 0 36 north west quartet -160 known as the Dana furm, about .50 acres improved, framed house and barn, and orchard. ' RICE TOWNSHIP. . south west hlf north west qr : 80 north hlf south westqr - -80 RILEY TOWOSHIP. . - ' , 19 west blf south east qr . - -80 GREEK CREEK TOWKSHIF. : : 4 17 nortU hlf north east quarter 80 " " 13 north east fraotion quarter . ,151 WASHINGTON TOWKSHIP. f 14 5 21 wc&t half north west quar : north half north west quar-; " 6 31 south east qr north east qr . . SCOTT TOWNSHIP. , south east qr north east qr east hlf south east qr ' south east qf north east qr; east hlf south westquarter north eas. qr north west qr son th east qr north eastqr north east qr south east qr JwOODVILLE TOWNSHIP. ' " . 13 6 '10 . west hlf south cast quar . partly improved. " ' " 8 north west quarter " !- east hlf south westqr . . east blf south east quar V east quarter" ' south hlf north west jjr north east qr north west qra sourh hlf north eost qr north west quarter' " . north hlf south west qr " north hlf north easl qr " 25 north west qr north west qr 40 . OTTAWA COUNTY ; ' Sec. Part. ' ' . Acres. 16 13 4 20 8 - U " 35 M it 3g ' " " 15 " " 14 10 15 17 22 60 .'40 -40 40 80 .40 80 . 40 40 40 ' 80 s 160 , 80 80 .820 80 . 40 , - 80 160 80 : 80. R. 13 t 15 13 T. 7 8 14 15 21 north hlf n e quar . 80 " ' - west hlf s e quar - V 80 23 east pt south west qr - 89 . 1 1 east pt north west qr GO , f i nortli west qr south eqr 40 40 160 80: 80 160 .. 40 . 81 " .80. 160 80 80 -. 160' 80 9 4 11 6 12 4 5 south east qr s w or 6 south east quar 11 south hlf n w quar north hlf s w quar 14 north west quarter 23 s e quar s e quar " 32 south part n e quar 35 south elf s w quar 36 south west quarter 31 south hf nortli e qr west hf south e qr " 26 south west quarter west hf south e qr . WOOD COUNTY. - . . 5 south half . 320' 7 west half, frrction-,. . - 318 18 north west fraction .' '. j 15S 1 3 whole fraction " --,,. 281 - 14 whole fraction.- ";, 270 ; 24 north half, . . ' : 320- " 25 south hlf south east qr , 80 U S Reserve s 15 undivided two thirds west hlf south east quarter " 53 " U S Reservo s 15 undivided two thirds south west tjoarter. - - - - ' - 187, .'-.' SENECA COUNTY. .' - . . 1 north hlf south east qr 80. . " east hlf south west qu " 80' 10 east half north east qr ' ,80 " west hlf south east qr ' 80, 11 west hlf north west qr ; ' 80 12 west hlf north east qr . " 80 , : 5 north west qr frac ,, .-. . ,146 M west hlf north east qr frac ' 73. . " north hlf south west qf ' ? 80 6 east hlf north west qr frac - 75 "south eastqr - , 160 -" south hlf south west qr. : 7-8' 7 north hlf south westqr 79 . " north west or north west qr " 40 R. P. BUCKLAND. Fremont, Nov. 29th, 1851. 13 2 4 tt U - tt tt it tt t U H 14 " tt U tt tt tt ' U 4t . . - , U M . tt Agency of Dr. S. S. Fitch, l 707 Broadway New York'. FOR SALE His Patent Silver Plated Abdom- ioal Supporter, Patent ateel spring sbonldet .. brace, Silver luhaling Tube, and LecturesonCou snmption &c. . - .- . . r . . - Also his Celebrated Medicines as prepared and used by him, with or without the instruments, in the treatment of ' '-. ..'-'- Pulmonary Consumption, Asthma, . Heart Disease, Rheumatism, . , Scrofula, :. Piles, : Prolapsus, Debility, ' Female Complaints, . ; Spinal Weeknoss, Coughs, Colds,-Catarh, and all similar diseases.: . - The instruments'are the best of their kind and warranted against all defect. The medicine are carefully prepared hy Dr. Fitch, and alii whether nsed together or each article separately, will lear comparison with, and be fonnd Superior to any similar article,1 being made for nse aud not merely for sale. , . , Full directions in - .. . DR. FITCH'S GUIDE TO INVALIDS, which is given away, a valuable treatise of 48 pag es. All to be had of the onlv duly authorized agent for Bellevne, J. W. Goodsoo; Tiffin, Geo. Ecbert. For sale in Fremont, bv STEPH. BUCKLAND & CO, June 8, 1850 12-ly NEW STOCK.! KEW PRICES!! a. II. &TEtEJVSOJ WOULD inform the public that he has resumed his business at his old stand, on Croghan St., and having had the oportunity of seeingand getting Allthe Latest Fashions from East and West and having brought on an assortment pfthe FINEST WOODS, VENEERINGS, 4C . " . he is prepared to furnish his old customers, and as -many new ones as can crowd into his ware roomr, with the most splendid lot of Mabogony, Rosewood and DlsckwalUnt F U R N I T II R E, . Of every kind from the Cradle to the Coffin. Aa to prices, he is determined - ' ' NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD. He is bold to sav that he can offer von BETTER BARGAINS and BETTER WORKthan yoo can get west of Buffalo; hehason hand, and ia making All kinds of BEDSTEADS, . ... on New and Improved Plans such aa Lewis' Patent, Fowler's Patent, &o.,&e. Do not fail to give him a call. ., Bj He has got up a good Hearse, and will attend funerals is town or country. . - , Fremont, August 10, 1850. : j ' ... a'