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Having principally disposed of his Old stock Has ten to ;N. York City, And purchased alarge and splendid stock of FA L L & WINTER i goods, which he is determined to sella liliiclmeer lknmiikhiti it ny other store in Fremont, itaeiroi aliening, bnufxiag, bigjlagt, &e to the con trary notwithstanding. . - ' .. 2 Huving purchased a larger stock, greater varie. It, nd a better quality of goods than be has ever done before, he hopes lo tuerit . it continuance of public favor. . . . ; , , The Ladies Generally, - will do well to emmlne his stork, as he hassnrne 'autifuiDre. G.oodfr " ' 'soitt,from a bonnet tn a p,,r of tioes inrfutYr.at prices wr n cvmpeuOiui," baa not vet dared to coiae duwk to. ; v v ( In his assortment will be found .'. " Ba,ACK,Brow. Blue aud Mined eloth, black, mixed and fancy, casairneree, bine, black, and xaixedsatiaetta, Kentucky jeans aud tweeds clr.-.h, . red, white and Yellow flannels, red and blue uiaid eloakinav gimps, frinffee; caliooea. -a-hmrhftina- at. j..., ,o.c,Uii,,, anawis ana areas nana- kerchieTa, and the most fashionable fancy dress goods For the ladies that the New York marketea atord. Bleached and brown , , Shirtings, " Canton Flannels, ' Ribbons, Black Silk for Dresses, !, Sewinff Sik, ' Checks, Testings, ' 1 ' s Twist it thread, Comforters, . v i i Cohoe'a Shirts and Drawers, 7 Traveling Bogs, ; r- Mttffv - -Carpeting," Waddings, . Batting, , .. .. - Cotton, 1 am, . - Carpet v arp. Carpeting, aud almost erery description of! Dry Goods that are keptin the Western Country. 'Groceries, Taa.eofFee. sugar, pepper, spice, finger, nutmegs, cloves, cinnamon, at arch, salnralus, ' "-madder, indigo, alum, &c. " V Hard-ware, ..Croa-ont, mill, hand and wood-saws; cross-eat, '.' mill, had band-saw files; Tweed's Iron, ivti', .m. Bat and round bar; cat and wro't t ..( - - nails; band &, hoop iron; cast, sprine, & ... Amr-ricao oteelf Ames j .. t " " " ahovels, bay and manure fors; ' ' Kail rods; White'sSimmons" and Collins' eait steel axes: besides an extensive assortment of f .SHELF HARDrWARE, such as, Wcket-knives, table knives and forks, butts and screws; dooi haDgingsand trimmings, &c.,&c 'Boots aiicl Shoes, , ? a very great variety and warranted waterproof. HATS & CAPS, A GOOI) ASSORTMENT. Sole and Upper Leather, dee.; all of the above articles will be sold cheap for Cash, orex " changed Tor Wheat, Corn, Data,' Rye, Timothy, x.CItveror Fax-seeds, Hides. Sheep pells, Butter, Lard, Eees, Tallow and Wax. f'ratnont, Oct, 24th, 1851. ' FERRY DA VISE'S PAI3f K1LLEB .A: 'resB and Genuine Article, just . received ana for sale at the Grocerv and Pro vision store of TILLOTSON& TYLER ' t Fremont, November U '51. ' f "'i t ; - klLS.-r-Dinaeed, Lamp, sod Tanner's oil, for sale at tno - - t .j i . - v "; 1R1IL-R0AD STOHE. ' rrmont, Nov. 29, 51. . . e - ' A CABT XOiD of SatinetU. Jeana. and ii Cotten Goods, for summer wear, can be found at me Heady rar store of - . May 84, 1851 -- ;m - ' ' J. T. MOSS. A OOOD AKTICLE of Clack Teacait be had by celling at my store .-At lflL; .. . - : May24, I85K j: t. moss. ' CLEAR THE TRACK FOR TBE allFille Store! r- FORTY THOUSAND DOLLARS ' "Wortli of New Goods! IS IX TOWN A0AI5 with aa immense stock of - .i' , ... . --" , Fall Winter Goods ! which be hi bound to sell cheaper than the cheap- ast. This be ia enabled to do by having made hie ."purchase during (he late panic in the New York , saerket, caused by the breaking down of a host ol . tanka, and while Good ware in consequence sell ing much cheaper than ever before.'- Re can and will undersell those who bought , when the rags of worthless banks were considered good, and were taken in exchange for goods at au immense profit to New York, merchants. The people of .-. --. .. :-". NORTH WESTERN OHIO shave bees ia tha habit of trading at Fremont be mms better t:irg;tius could bo obtained hert than elsewhere.- Cheap as they have hereto fore purchased, they have sow au opportunity of receiving u. - . - r " ' Still wore Goods for their money .. . at the celebrated Ballville store, than ever before , beard of. His stock comprises a . A Larger and more Extensive variety than ever before brought into Saudue ky ceouty. He would call particular attention to bis larga assortment of superior - , FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN BroadclotlaT Caseimeres, Satinett, Fulled cloths, Tweeds, Jeans, &c. Also to the endless quantity of . Z-ADIES' DRESS GOODS bonjht expressly for the ladies of Sandusky and wdjoiaing counties, and embracing all the latest styles. ' French and English Meriuos, Cashmeres, "Alpaecas, Poplins, Ginghams, DeLainesat 121-2 cents a yard, and Calicoes, warranted fast colors, from S lo 13 cents a yard. Also, SO Cart Loads Queens-ware, Groceries, . Hard-were, Boots and Shoes, Hals & Caps, , . " Ready-Made Clothing, Ac. Also, 0 Cbasts of that Four Shilling Tea. Also, 20 hhda superior Now Orleans Sugar at 6 1-4 cents per pound. '' Also, One - hundred bags best Rio Coffee al 19 cents per pound. . Also, 30 Boxes good Tobacco at 2 shillings , , per, pound. . Also, one ahip Cargo of Spice, Pepper, Gin . ger, Sjleratus, Nutmegs, Cloves, &c, etc, 11 ia the same proportion. ' Small Profits and Ready Par is the motto at the Ballville Store, which the people of Sandusky county will please bear ia mind, for this immense stock must be sold before next Spring. All kinds of Produce takeniu exchange for goods. Tha highest market price paid in Cash for Wheat, Corn and Oats. For furthsr particulars, enquire of - . - J. T. MOSS, . .. Or E. C GASTON, At the Uallville Store. Fremont. Oct. 25tli, 1851, , THE LADIES will find at mvstore, a hand some assortment of Summer Dreit Goodt and Bnn.ncltrimm.inet. Call soon if yoa wish to see them. J. T. MOSS. May 34, 185L -trail WILL FIR at Moss's a good it- A aurlmentof Crushed, Pulverixed and Cnllbe Sugars J, T. MOSS. May 24, 1S51. ' . Bibles! Bibles! 80 FlfllLY BIllLESfromJI 50to$6. and mnj-quaiititv of m!l Bibles ofevery do Kriution from 50 cents to 3 00. Also, a large v iriaty of Prayer Books and Sahbath schcol hooka '.. safe at - v ' S. BUCKLAND & Co. Oct. 25. '51. ' - T ILS. Fremont Iron Co.'s Noils, manufac- i N t.r.d at Troy, N. Y. . at Hatf... Vupwardsof 1,00 Cnrps!! CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED!!! , - DR. RODGER' 7 f emptiBd Syrap of Liverwort & Tar Fur the Cure of Consumption, and all Dis- ' ' easts of the ' Lungs and Breast, r I 'HIS Great Remedy line not only made almost - J. "incredible enres of Consumption, but it breaks up the most distressing Cough, Cold, Fain iu tbe Olrast, ud Asthma; iu a few hours tune. VVe au thome our agents, in all casea where it doee not give immediate relief, and the bottle isretumedi te eheerfuliy remind the money. We wil no w ask the afflicted candidly. to mm iae the facia below, which substantiate the merits f this great remedy; fee's which are incoatroverti ule, and cannot be dented, tv e refer rou to the t statements of well known Physicians and Profes ' sors,who have come forward and substantiated these r-.. ti,. : ....4 .. I.... . . , u.., h. vi.cedlhntithM made care, whereevervthiug els. i - - , ... " , , m " ' v, ,,,.,,:., mus .' t lull D'j cal.'iitq on the Antnts. A tetter from John A. Collins, Eq., Editor and Proprietor of the "Temperance Organ;1 also A - (rent ant) Lecturer for the Gruud Division of sous . of Temperance of Ohio: - Cincinnati, November 29, 1843. A. u. fOMU. DkarPik: For the past eight ( : Liin. ,A .1.- i:.. ku.i;.. or ten mouths, 1 have lelt inclined to say some Mes or vour preparation of Ur. Hodgers' Coinponn syrup -of Liverwort and Tar, foryour own, but nior more especially fur the benefit of thn-e uufortuiiute per suns who are threatened oratHicted with Putmoua ry Consumption, aud who, like myself, hteve a great aversion ta qnauks, to their specifics and catlioli- cona; but a combination of circumstances has pre vcute d until now. Iu November, 184G, my wife look a sererecold which settled upon herlanga A violent cough was the consequence, which increased in severity dur iug the wittier, aud reduced her lo almost a skele ton it Was near')' iucassiiit, aad attended with seaere puiu in the Sida and b feast, accotnnaued with ft ver and cold niijht sweats, he exnectoratedi marfl lhwa Piul ai er dily. Ulcers mhered feet werecoid aud clntnmy as denth, aud a purplo uut-eeiiiea upon tier lips, i ne sain and varm.. ef forts of our family physician were completely bafied. On the 1st of May, I84i , he informed me that he oould do nothing mere than grant her temporary re lief, that her case waa hopeletf , and that she could not survive mere than a fortnight nt the fur thereat. 1 immediately called upon- Lr. R. 8. JVewton, ol this city, (who had beon so skillful in the treatmei, of conoere, ) and stated her case to him. He rec ommended Or. liodgera' Jiverwort aud Tar: est aured me there was nothing of quackery about it, but purely a scientific preperatiou; andgave me the history of aeveral eases, all considered hopeless, where this preparation restored to health. A bottle was procured, aud iu one week the expectorotioD wOs nearly couqnered. he continued graduallny to mpreve, her appetite returned, her cough iu a few mouths ceased, he recovered her strength, and to a vary great degree her health, and is now most extraordinary trophy of the healing virtues of Dt Kodgers r reparation ur Liverwort and tar. I can also sav that I have derived verv creat hen. nl from this preparation, tor hoarseness, sore throat andstricure across the breast. 1 have been enabled whilesufferiug from severe cold and hoarseness, to speak with comparative ease for two hours, it has one advantage, in my own .case, over other exnec. torants it does not derange the digestive fuuetioos producing heaaacne,ornervous inability. J regard it as admirably adapted for the use of public speakers. Ueapaclfully yours. From Dr. Hiram Cox, lat Professor io Cin- : cinoatt Jiciecttc Medical Colledge. Mit, A. L. scovii.1.. However reluctant 1 nave been to permit my name to bo attached to patent medicine, 1 cousiderit a duty to the community to inie mai in inrew ccvoi uc uicipiem consumption. viz: miss uen, miss uarger, ana mr. it. M . fjox, one of onr City Council, that Dr. Rogers' Liver wort and Tar operated more I ike a specific than au v other remedy that 1 ever us-d. Una of the aaaes fix: Miss Bell, pronounced by several physicians to De laboriug under the last stage of scrofulous Con sumption, she is now in good health from the use of a few bottles of tbe above srrup. : - HIHAM COX, M. D. Cincinnati January 25, 1847. For sale in Fremont bv ' S. BUCKLAND & Co., J. F. WOOSTER. Fremont,. JJo'ewber 1st, '51 4m. ,XEWS! NEWS!! ;. Glorious News!! From the Soalb!!! 'I 'HE Mexican Mustang Liniament, that has a i r : u i i i i and creating so much excitement in the South and - wwia ircaiwimiMv BUl.ll (0larflUIP HI I til,. ,na ?V est during the last twelve months, : . HAS ARRIVED IN OCR MIDST and all those afflicted with Rheumatism, old Sores or Uucer Diseases, or Sprains, Scalds, Burns, or r-ruptions or any kind, can now bo healed. J hose who have beon suffering for months or years with that loathsome disease. Tile Piles need now su9er no longer as this Mcstaro Liniahxht is a certain remedy, no matter how bad they are, or of how laug standing". Cancers, Fistulos, Scald Head feller or Ring Worm or any kind of a sore, are healed and perfectly cured in an incredibly short time. To tbe Ladies it is Invaluable For sere niples, caked breasts, ague in the face. Tooth or Ear Arhe, or any painpul sores or swell- inga. It also removes dandritf from the head, in vigorates the nair, and prevents it from tailing out, and givea a beautiful glossy softness to the hair that is not attained by any other preparation. For Horses and other Animals. it has no equal in healing Saddle or Collar Galls, Scratches, Mange, sprains or Bruisesand it is an infallible remedy for splints, spavins, or Ringbones dissolving thelarge tumors, and reducing the swol len or enlarged joints to their natutai size, and healthy action. Pole Evil or Fistula, and Big- headcan.now be cured; and the Mustang Linia- meht is the remedy that can do it. If you or any of your family, or your- favorite horse are afflicted ith any of the above diseases, try one bottle it oaly oosls 25 cents and you will never use any other remedy. UJ ior sale, wholesale and retain, by S Ultck- land Sc Co of Fremont, and by other agents ia all the-rilliagea and .towns of this and the sur rounding connties. Oct. 4. 1151. ODS! At the Old Corner! A- B. TAYLOR HAS just received the largest and best se lected Stock of Goods ever exhibited at theOW Corner; which were purchased in Au gust, with Cash, at a time when- money teas worth 3 per cent a month in New York, and Goods even sold at a aacrlD.ce of ZD per cent by Importers and Jobbers to raise the wind This Stock of Splendid Coodi ill be sold at a very small commission from FIRST COST, For ready pay. The public is respectfully solicited to call and examine gooas ana prices Deiorc purcnas inp; elsewhere ? Others may FUFFand BLOW, and adver tise prices to their hearts content, the OLD CORNER undersell them at any rate. All the Fasliionable Styles of Sillr, Dress and Fancu Goods can be found here as well as a Ursie Stock of Groceries, Hardware, Dry troous, oilkn, enawis, x;irbons, Bonnrts, Hats and Cds, Wall and Window Paper, Bor dering, Ac. A large lot ol School Booh, luk. Writing Paper, in fuct till articles to suit the wants ol the conv manitv. And all we as-k is at) opportunity to show our Goods and Pnc.s, to show an intel ligent and dtseritniniiting public that this is the place to buy your gooes. Cash oaid for Wheat, 0;it, Clovar and Tim othy Seed, Sheep Pelts, Baeswsx and Butter. Fremont, Spt35, 1851. Petroleum or Bock Oil. THE most wonderful remedy ever discovered. Procured from a well 400 feel below lha earth's surface.- The above article can he had at Woos ters Drug Store, first door south of O. L. Nims. SWEEDS'andPittsborghlronat HlTIH. ZEPHYR WORSTED patterns, Canvas, Board andNees, et HTi;n. Greatest Excitement Ever in Fremont! Pennsylvania Store I M N. ZIEGJLEll, ,HI3 Mammoth Establishment opened out ' in Fremont some six months ago, since which time the most tremendous and unparalleled excite ment has prevailed in this coanty that has ever been known in the era of selling goods. Some of the brags have become alarmed, and findiog that their small stores could not compete, have enlarg ed their rooms, hut in vain others have about con cluded to close their doors. While the proprietor f the Pennsylvania store, actuated bv that Philan- Ithropic spirit by which he is governed in all his dealings continues determined to keep up the ex citement until every merchant and tape-cutter in town falls into the ranks and says he will take off! thttt ftxhorhitant tariff which he has heretofore put npon bis uoods, and sell them hereafter at the low prices attt'tMed bv the rennsylvania store. Al though this establishment has been so recently lo cated in Fremont it has alreacy become one of the most famous and diMiiiguinhed houses for cheap ness and fairness iu tins section ot the country. Where t the man, woman or child who has not heard of Ziegler's Cheap Store? Railroad, noliti cal and every- other excitement has given way to i he ;reat commotion caused by me unrivalled bar gains to be had only here. In view of all these facts, the undersigned has been to New ork, Philadelphia and Boston, for a large supply of Fall mid Winter Goods, and sure he has got 'em. Steamboats, vessels and railroads, all are loaded rlow n , every arrival, with New Goods for M. N. Zg DRY GOODS lOOcases Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings; 20 cases Satinets, Jeans, Tweeds, &c ,.'JUi' 19EIE$$ GOODS In endless variety, among which are 203 pieces of Scotch Ginghams, at from 9 to 12 cents; 1,000 nieces of American Prints, 4 to 5 cents; a good Black Alpnca, for 23 cents; Lustres. Delaines, &c a splendid neeortinent bhawls plain aud fancy. Ready-Made Clothing No Slop-shop work! But such aa ia well made and in good style. Mv assortment of BOOTS AND SHOES fisonequaled iu this county. I hare a large sup ply of supeiior articles, of which I warrant the work to stand, and pay all damages if it does not. In this branch I havo Men and Boyr Boots and Shoes; Women's, JVlissos and Ghildreu's Boots and Shoes in great variety. If yoa wish to practice economy in Soheing yourself and family come and buy of me. In GROCERIES I am bnnnd In undersell. I will sell in lbs best Rio Cofl'ee for $1; Young flvson Tea, 37 J cents. I matte this declaration of facts, and I am williug to demonstrate (he matter on the counter. 1 intend to keep it before the people, that I wage a success ful war against High Prxes. Come and my Goods aud you will be able to deteot the old hunkery sys tem of long yarns, long prices, and mixed up with humbugging. intenp to give them lots ofgrape. Fremont, Sept. 27, 1851. Cheaper than ever JD. BUTTS WOULD again say. to his customers and the Public that he has received his Fall and W in ter stock of Goods, and although the raw material of Wool and Cotton bore a high price during the p.ist year;yet it is an tncontroveriable fact that most all kinds of Gocds are cheaper in the eastern cities ban they perhaps have ever been heretofore, and herefore will enanve us to sell goods at Unparallelled Low Prices. Shcatings one yardTwide a fair article for 5 cents, ang the best but a trifle higher. Do you want cot ton yarn, Saltinette, Tweeds, Kentucky Jeans &c I will sell them to you at such prices that will make those quake who have already been driven to make capital out of smoke houses; to them I would say that the amoke house is there, and the unfortvnate man thus lamenting, must reconcile himself the best way he can. A beautiful article of while sugar perfectly dry at 61 cents per pound. Strictly prime Coffee, and all other kinds ol anocEniES at the lowost figure. You can find in Northers Ohio 400 pieces Calicoes, mostly Merrimacks of the moat beautiful styles, and lot) pieces of different kinds IItESS-GOOIS such as muslin de lains, plain and fancy Alpaccas, f aaamentps, ranging from one shilling upwards. A full assortment of Long and Figured 8hawls, r Jaunels, fJleached loode, READY MADE CLOTHING to be sold at corresponding price with wheat at 5s cents per bushel. My stock of BOOTS AND SHOES is comp'ete, and will be sold very cheap G10- ceries. Dye Bluffs, Oils, Paints, Hardware Crockery sole & upper Leather, Iron, Nails &c will at all times be kept on hand and sold cheap. In conclusion I would say thatif you want to save money, call aud see us, it costs nothing to eaamine. Cash will tie paid lor all kinos 01 produce. Oct 10, 1851. Oh! Dear, What Can the Blatter Be? THE WHOLE COUNTRY IS IN COMMOTION! And the Excitementat at HEAD QUARTERS Is Ten degrees above Fever Heat! T HEIR ELEVEN ROD Establishment is crowded with Farmers from all parts of North Western Ohio-The news has spiead on the 'Wings of the Wind,' that Nims has REPEALED THE TARIFF, And is bound to close this Ponderous File of over 200 Tons of the most Magnificent line of Goods ever exhibited to the People of Sandusky connty. Bolievm?, as we do, that Wheat must rule at low figures, and that our interests and that of the Farmer are blended together as one, we are going to make a proposition to compromise the matter, so aa to make one hand wash the other. We ask the question, whether or not, all kinds of Iron for heavy Wagons at THREE UOIiliAHS A HIXDRED. And real Acrawin Nails at $3,50 a Barrel, are not iu proportion to Wheat at 60 cents a bushel say ing nothing about those 30 hogsheads of Sugar, at 16 Founds for One Dollar In tuming over the next leaf, we find tha old Bay State has deposited with us over 100 Bales of Cot- ton Goods, and those yard wide Sheetings at 6 pence and Ready-Made JJags at lib cents, make those fellows who have tried to Ive us in improvements. look a little blue about the Gills, and wish the Brick never had been burned that are piled up in that splendid . smoke house, erected at Nims' Ware house door. Put in your amoke. its no use to try to block the wheels of this old Regulator. THZ3 FAR BE8 Are with us, and understand who it is that first sDiked the enns of this old combination. On the second pBge you will find they have laid in a iarge line or IiAlIES DUESS GOODS, including 50 piecea Muslin de Lanes at 13 1-2 cts; a perfect Mnuulain of Black it Figured Alapacas, Paramettas &. Coburgh Cloths, Poplins, Plain &. Figured Prints at 6 pence, Shawls & Ribbons in proportion. Passing along down the counter about Four Rous, we hud the Ready-Made Clothing & Sho D epartmcnl! Have nattiiken of the Fpirit of 60 cents a bushel & judaiiiB Irtnii the rush down that way, the tanners must think so too. e cannoi Bay now long mm stock will last, but plrdge ourselves to keep well posted up. untii this immense stock is closed, and while some of our neighbors spend their evsningb in canvassing our expenses, and say we must tail, another closs declare they have made over Ten Thousand dollars the past year, and have made up their miudsto sell goods one whole year at Jffew Vork cost we (lout think they would be cheap even then. Let them drive their tallest team. Head Quarters has thrown up a breast work that never Kie. The Rocks are here for all your W heat, Corn, Oats, Pork, (Sc. Aead (iuurlers, Oct. 1. 1351. J CHE. Ha UBLICATIONS A choice loto rper& Brother's, juslreceived at OVERWHELMING TESTIMONIES: OVER HALF A MILLION OF TESTIMONI ES have been received by the Proprietor of McALISTER'S iSe AT--LHE ALING OINT- te Y? X-lfatg;. MENT from Physician 'iflfejji-1ne mos' 'Willful and ce- lors learned in the Law, ;jSSjS from Judges of celebrity mT!i l f 3-55 on the Bench, trom Min- bSsStsSi 11 f fBS" isters or the tjospel, whose undeviating in tegrity have made them shiiune lights in in path of Truth, from en lightened Profewrs, frrm acute Merchants, and from those of every stati n, name and degree among mankind all of which, without one d;s senting objection, ironounce this Ointment to be GOOD. As day by day it unobtrusively extends its sphere of action alona the borders of our vast coun try, and is circulated throughout its extent, new evidences of its power and new proofs of its effi cacy are continually developed. Three millions of Boxes, applied lo disease within the last four years, has established the abounding fact beyond the power of cavil or contradiction, that it is IN FALLIBLE in the cure of all Tumors, Ulcers, Sores, Burns, Tetter. Piles, Scrofula, Erysipelas, Chilblains, Scald Head, Sore Eyes, Quinsy, Croup, Rheumatism, Broken Breast, Ague in the Face, Corns, &c. It completely restores the INSEN SIBLE PERSPIRATION, and by this means opens those avenues bv which Nature intended to expel the morbid matter of the body thus is the system cleansed, the blood purified, and the health re. stored. It has the power to cause all external Sores, Scrofulous Humors, Skin Diseases, and Poisonous Wounds, to dtscharee their putrid matter, and then heal them. Wo are not ashamed of the names of All-Healing Ointment I Or the World's Salve ! which a discerning public has applied to this medicine ; for there is scarcely a disease, exter nal or internal, that it will not benefit. I have used it for the last fourteen years for all diseases of the Chest, Consumption, and Liver, involvtng the utmost danger and responsibility, and I declare before heaven aad man, that not m 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 PENS. B AGLET'S Gold Pens and Pencils for sale cheap, at S. Bccblasd & Co's. PURE U ME R Y! "13 OSE Hair Oil, Ox Marrow, Bear's Oil Maccassar Oil, Bandoline Fixatrice, Philocomb, Cream of Roses aad Lilys, Cologne, Rose and Lavendar Water, &c, &c, just received, at Buckland's. NEW GOODS AT THE Railroad Grocery. WHOIiESAIiE & RETAIL. P CLOSE, would respectfully inform his old . customers 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 His slock consists in part of coffee at 10 cts per lb. Sugar at 6 cts, good Mel asses at 3 shillings per gal Tobacco at 25 cts, Rice at 5 cts. Codfish at 5 cts. No 1 Mackerel at 8 cts, best Tea at 50 cts. Loaf, crushed and powdered Sugar, layer llaisens, epurm star aud tallow candles, shot, lead and powder su perior Salaratus, Pudding starch, extract of coffee, pepper sauce, English curents, pure liquors for ainkness, such as Pale aud Dark Brandy, Cherry Brandy, Cherry Bounce. Cherry Wine, old Irish Whisky, Port, Mulga and Maderia Wines, Gin and Rum, and the greatest assortment of Segare 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, Harmonicans, 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 and Bircs, Whistles & trum pets, Mnsqnes, Toy Chairs, China Voces, India Rubber Dolls and animals and a thousand other thinga too numerous to mention, call and see for yourselves; I have also lilted np my Saloon & cook Room aud am .prepared to get up meals at the shortest notice. Hot Coffee at all times- and I 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 can be had at Sandusky city, please call one and ail Fremont Sept- 20, 1850. Office to let. THE room in the Tyler Buildings over the store recently oocupied by Topping & Wegs, tein. R. P. BUCKLAND. Aug 31. 1851. For the Toilet. A beautiful article of Rose water, Cologn, Bay XI water. Lavender do, Hair Uil, &c, at WOOSTER'S. PLEASE CALL and look at my assortment of Crockery and Glass-waro. May 24, 1851. J. T. MOSS. T)ERRY DAVIS' Pain Killer, a full supply just X receive pat WOOSTER'S IRAYER BOOKS and Church Service. A Splendid assortment. "from 31c to $3,at BUCKLAND & CO'S. CODFISH of superior quality at Havnks Cheap Store. BIBLES. A Iarge lot of Family Bibles from $ I 50 to $6. Also, Pocket, Clasp, Tuck, and PelyglottBiblesand Testaments at iJCCKLAND 8. WATER LIME. A LARGE quantity of Water Lime for sale XX at the Grocery and Provision store of n m Til i riTi G. M. T1LLOTSON. June -7 X85I. Singing Books! NOW IS THE TIJTIE for Singing, aad Bucklands are prepared for it, aud are offer ing to those want: Tbe Mendlesoln Collection of Choice Music. Carminia Sacra, Church Choir. Psallry, The Odeon. Manhattan Collection, Alpine Glee Singer, The Melodeon, 3 volumes; The Lute. The Juvenile Singing School; Sabbath Schools' Melodies; Missourie Harmoney, &c. &c. 1ST C 3a Buckland's Brick Block. Oct 25, "51. Prices of Df R 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's Drug Store, first door south of Nims. COLLARS, Gloves, Hose, Neck and Pocke Handkerchiefs, at Havnes'. WARRANTY, Mortgage, and Quit Claim Deedsforsaleatthe FREEMAN OFFICE FISH. White, Macherel and Cod, for sale at the RAIL-ROAD STORE. Fremont, Nov. 2D, '51, cc Boxes Stcrine Candlss just reeeiv 43 sd at the RAIL-ROAD STORE. Fremont, Nov. 29, '51. ft A V --' OLD ! Dr. Jacob To wnsend's SA S All I ILL A. nrVHIS Medicine is made up wholly oFVEG 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 ' cases ut Kheumatism, especially in those called acute or iuuauimatory. This is a valuable medi cine in Fever aud A goe Countries, particularly in the South and West. Used in 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. 4th. It acts with remarkable efficacy in cases of Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Sick Head aches, Flatulence, or Wind, and creates a good ap petite, by giving tone and strength to the stomach, and other digestive brgau. 5th. It is equally good for Colds, Conghs, Bronchitif, and othar diseases of the Lungs and Chest, Pleurisy, Palpitation of the Heart, &c. ' 6th. Itis inestimable in casesof Diarrhoea, Dys entery, and Summer Complaints, in Men, Women and Children. 7th It is a very excellent remedy far NERV OUS DISEASES, as Tic Doloreux, or Neuralgia, and Nervous Debility. 8th It is one or the best medicines for all cases of Scrofula which arises from overieating the system- followed by sudden cooling,from bad diet, liv ing or working in damp places; from humors left in the.system which heve been produced by measles, scarlet fever, small pox, itch, and the like. Hence it cures Erysipelas, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Fe ver Sores, aud various Eruptive Diseases. 9th It ts also the very best NURSERY MED ICINE for chilnren, great in Measles, Scarlet Fe ver, Small Pox, Kine Pox, Rashes and Eruptions of all kinds; and especially good for those Fevers and Diarrhoeas, or Bowell complaints which arise from teething. 10th Itis a very good DIURETIC, producing a free and easv passage ol urine, it is also an ex cellent DIAPHORETIC, promoting gentle per spiration, and thus cures many casesof Dropsy.. 11th Itisgreetin FEMALE COMPLAINTS, especially in cases of irregular, suppressed, or defi cient menstruation, common Fluor Albus, and all the difficulties arising from Pregnancy in all its stages. I ith II never fails to core Costiveneseand Piles which are not of the bleeding kiud, and acts gently on the bowells, but neve as a harsh cathartic. Price One Dollar per Bottle. ETSix Bottles for Five DolIars.TD Principal Office for the Western States at 169 Main street, Cincinnati, between 4th and 5th. G. W. CALHOUN, General Agent. For sale bv - S- BUCKLAND & Co. Fremont. Dee. 4. 1850. - Planter! M'laster! fr jr BARRELS Common, Witeh and Fine Gray DO Plaster, just received, .and for sale by K. BUCKLAND & CO. Fremont, October 19, 1850. NEW YORK WHOLESALE CLOTHING WAREHOUSE. 64 NASSAU STREET. TV ILDE, BATES & TAYLOR. QUCCESSORS to C. T. Longstreet & Co., con- O tinue to Manufacture Clothing, and are now ptepared with a stock that cannot be excelled in the Uniteo States, either in Style, Manufacture, or 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. The 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 at low prices. It is the style and workmanship of the goods to which they especially ask the exa ninalion of pur ohesers. Orders will be promptly and faithfully attended to. New York, Aug, 1, 1851. L. D Parker Snrgeon Dentist, RESPECTFULLY tenders professionalservices to the citizens of Fremont and vicinity, all one- rations relating to the preservation and beauty of ine natural teetn, or tne insertion ol artificial teeth, on pivot, gele or silver plate, done in the neatest manner. He is in possession of the latest improve ments now in use, consequently he flatters himself tnat ne is prepared to render entire satisfaction to those who may desire his aid in any branch of the profession. - Lethean Ether administered, aud teeth extracted without pain, if desired. Office in Caldwell's Brick Building, over Dr. Rice's office. Fremont Jan. 24, 1851.- Private Sale. THE subscriber offers the following tract of Land at private sale at a UAH. -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 No. fourteen, inSandusky county, containing forty acres. Thisland is abont three and a half miles west o. Fremont, in Washington township,' and is excel lently situated and calculated for farming purposes. Persons wishing to purchase will enquire of the Editor of the Freeman, or address the subscriber at Hagerstown, Washington county, Maryland, post paid. GEORGE DEIHL. Fremont, July 13, 1850 18 CARPENTERS can find Hand-eaws, Draw knives.ateel Squares, try Squares, planeirons, Nail Hammers, Hatchets, &c. oflhe beetqualityat Hayhes Cheap Stori. 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. 146 on turnpike above Lansing's shop, with small house. Lot No. 6. with small barn, back of O. L. Nims residence. Lot No. 228, corner of Croghanaud Wood streets. Lots No. -264 and 265, oa Garrison street, be tween Wood and Wayne. . , Lot no 349, corner of Market and Wayne streets. Lot no 386, Former residence of A. Morehouse. Lot 339, with small dwelling, adjoining 386 on the south. Lot no 397, on Front street, small dwelling, known as Fraxer house. Lot no 402, on Frontstreet, adjoining Mrs. Zim merman's residence. R. P. BUCKLAND. Fremont, July 12, 1651. Tooth Brushes. splendid assortment at WOOSTERs, PAPER AND PAPER HANGINGS ! 50 REAMS Blue and Whits Fools Cap Paper, an excellent quality. 100 Reamshlue and white letter paper. 40 Reams Flat Cap paper. 20 Rems assorted nute paper. A Inriye lot of wrapping paper. 300 roils wall paper of 41) different styles. A veryfine lot ol Window paper. Window shades, Fire board Prints, and pluin ami velvet border, for sale verv low at BUCKLAN DS" Octob"er25, '51. Stuart's Refined Sugar House Syr up, just the thin? for Buckwheat cakes, at the RAIL-ROAD STORE. Fremont, Nov. 29, '51. OILKS, satins, alpaccas, lawns, ginghams, &c. J allqualttiesand prices at Hatnes. L AMP and Tanner's Oil at Hatnes'. PEPSIN, A new article for Dyspepsia at WOOSTER'S. rOUNG Hvton Tea ofsnperiorqualityat HaYXZV III VALUABLE J MILL PR PEKTI! i E. fS5v r I tHE subariber willofferat private sale, the i! L vaiuable Mill properly on Scioto River, together with 40 acres of land, in the county of Ma rion, and within ten miles of the town of "Marion, and one mile of the Railroad line and three and a half miles of the Depot, the road crossing the Sci oto River. The property contains three dwelling houses; one is occupied as a store at present. An excellent Grist mill with two run of stones, aud a aw Mill, r run trees oi every description on me premises. Jl he properly can oe naa on reasonable erms. A small farm of about 80-acresof land, within one and a half miles of the Depot, well improved, 50 acres under cultivction. A pood orchard of all kinds of fruit trees Apples, Cherries, Peaches, Plums and Grapes; a good dwelling house and barn, handsomely situated on the bciotoKtver. 1 he above is the most valuable mill properly west of Marion on the Sciota river, capable of run ning several pairs of stone, and can be improved to most any extent. Both Grist and Saw Mill is n thorough repair, and both do good work. -Any person wishing to purchase such property. can inquire of Joseph E. Fouke, at Little Sandus ky, Wyandot county, who can give a full descrip tion and good satisfaction to any inquirer, as he is well acquainted with the premises. Application can also be made to the owner on the premises. DANIEL LONGENAKER. June 16,1851." YSFEPSJ!. 1? .is VEGETABLE SIA BITTERS. THE MOST POPULAR FAMILYMEBICIJIE OF THE lOl! Used by Physicians of High Standing. These BITTERS remove all morbid secretions. purify the blood, give great lone and vigor to the digestive organs, fortify the system against all fu ture disease, can be tahen.witb safety, at no time debilitating the patient being grateful to the most delicate stomach, and remarkable for theircheer ing, invigorating, strengthening, and restorative properties, and an invaluable and snre remedy for Dispepsia in its Worst Forms. Also, Liver Complaints, Jaundice, Heartburn, Costiveness, f aintness. Disorders of the skin, Liv er, and Skin, Loss of appetite. Low Spirits Nerv uns Headache, Giddiness, palpitation of the Heart, Sinking and Fullness of Weight at the Stomach. and all other diseases caused by no impure state of me blood, liver, ect., which tend to debilitate and weaken the system. : FEMALES Who suffer from a morbid and unnatural eoudilion will find this Medicine of INESILABLE YAU'E in all cases ot iekibil debility, this Medicine ACTB UIK i- CHVRMl V.- THOUSANDS Have tested its efficacy, and thousands more are now under treatment: ani not one solitary case of failure has yet Oeen reported. Volumes could be filled with certimcates of those who have been per manently cured. . , Call on the agent and get a Pamphlet. Containing the Certificates of Remarkable Cnrea. and the high estimation in which this medicine is held by the f ublio fress can be had of the Agents jt&PRic 50 Cests teb Bottle " Principal Office, 122 Ftltoh St., N. Y. , up stairs. ..For Sale by S. BUKLAXD & Co. Fremont Sept. 18.1851. CAHFIELD &M ITCHELL WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL DEALERS IS . HARDWARE, MILS AXD IR0IV, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH & BRUSHES, . Lamps, Brittama and Jappaned Ware; ROPES ASfDCORDAGEj Cans & Pistols, Powder & Shot. STOVES AND PIPE; MANUFACTURERS OF Tin and Copper Ware, at the sign of the Padlock and otove, iu tne More formerly occupied by E. N Cook, opposite the Bank, Fremont, Dec, 28, 1850. 1 , .; ; . - HoteI,Boarding & PrirateBonse keepers WOULD do well to call ot A. McNeil's Uphol etry and examine his Mattrases, as this s the time to repair and clean house for Spring and Sum mer. There is nothing in use that can compare with a Good furled Hair Matt rass, which are sold at Buffalo prices; and his Straw Mattrasses will be found mpre serviceable and con venient for under beds, and cheaper in the long run, then the old fashioned straw bed, as they save labor and trouble; also prevents duel, dirt, &e , which always arises from the use of straw beds. .They are found in all cities to be advantages and are adapted for general use. " He is also prepared to do all kinds of Upholstry Work that comes in his line of business. A.McNElL. Sandusky city, May 17,1851. For the Ladies! It is hardly necessary to inform lha La diesof our stock of . PERFUMERY AND FANCY GOODS! as they know where they are, and what they are, but we would just hint to them that we have en larged our stock in this line very much this Fall, and we are sure they will be pleased to try our Pachuly, Amhre. Verrine, Jenny Lind, Jockey Club, Maynoliu, Vanillin, Cream ofLilliea, Ox Morrow, Jules Huuels EanLustrell, Aa., for they are certainly very nice. Then there is tbe Fancy Goods on the other side : Ladie's Ebony Boxes and Writing Desks, Port Folio Paper Weights, Alabaster Jewel Boxes and Ink Stands, Pearl. Shell, lvery .and Velvet Card Cases, and the finest Papeir JYachue Pert Monies you ever did see, and a thousand other ar ticles too numerous to mention, which were bought expressly for them. Just come and see them whe ther vou watit to buy or not. We are never tired showing nice goods, and we want the good folks of Fremont and vicinity to tie posted np in these mat. ter. S. BUCKLAND & Co. Fremont, Odtober 25th, 1851. To Cabinet Makers. G OLD LEAF & Bronzes ofevery description and colors, just received at WOOsliK S. TOOTH Brushes, Hair Do. Hatdo.CIolhesDo at WOOSTER'S. " Corn t Cob Mill. CORN in the Ear can be ground at the Croghan Mills. JOHN MOORE. JAS' VALLETTE. Ballville Dec- 28, 1859. WOOD WANTED! . A NY quantity of good Hickory and Ash Wood will be taken on subscription at tne Freeman Office. B LANK BOOKb, fullboundLedfcers.Joumals, Dockets, Cash and Invoice bocks, at Buckland's. A pood supply of Botanic Medicines just ree'd at E lr' WOOSTER'S. Farms and Farming Lands rrnFOR-SAtEi-nr HflHE SUBSCRIBER will sell th fotfow JmL ing described FabmisTo Lakdb oa tha most reasonable terms, both as to price and ereditr ' 1 -. , "" . SANDUSKY C017KTT : BAYDUSXY TOWSfSHTF.-' R. Tp. Sec. "'- " ' Acres 15 ' 5 26 w pt ne qr fraction 11 " S3 SDtse ar " 72 I 189 on tbe river l miles below Fremont partly improved. ' " " 17 s e qr of s e qr ' '' . 40 " " '20 aw qrne qr ' ; 40 " " " eblfnwqr - ' - . 80 " " 32 e qrsw qr - go . , BALLVILLE TOWNSHIP. . , ' ' 15 4 1 about 30 acres mostly improved, en the turnpike one mile east of Fra mont. ' " ' ' 27 west Wf south east quartet 80 ' " 36 north west quarter 160 known as the Dana farm, about 60 . . acres improved, framed house - and , barn, and orchard. BICE TOWKSHIP. 15 6 25 south west hlf north west qr 80 "" " north hlf south west qr . . 80 i - - BLLEY TOWOSnlP. - , - ; 16 5 19 west hlf south east qr . 80 ' GREEN CREES TOWTtSHIP. ' 16 4 17 north hlf north east quarter 80 " 13 north east fraction quarter - 151 " WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP. . ' , 14 5 21 west half north west quar 80 ' " ' north half north west quar 40 . " 6 31 south east qr north east qr 40 SCOTT TOWNSHIP. 13 4 26 south east qr north eastqr, . 40 " ' a ant hlf south east qr . - 80 " " 35 . south east qr northeast qr. 40 " " " east blf south west quarter 80 " " 36 north east qr north west qr 40 as sonth east qr north east qr 40 " ".. 14 north east qr south east qr 40 WOODVILLE TOWNSHIP. 13 6 10 west hlf south east quar 80 partly improved. " "" ' " 8 north west quarter 160 . " " east hlf south West qr - " 80s : : "10 east hlf south east quar ""-J 80 " " 15 east quarter 1 - - - 320 .4 u jjontn hlf tiortl, west qr ; 80 t a -nortn eastqr north west qr, -40 " " I? sourh hlf north esst qr 80 " " 22 north west quarter " 160 " " . " north hlf south west qr r 80 M " " north hlf north east qr " 80 ' " " 25 north west qr north west qr 40 OTTAWA COUNTY. R. 13 M 15 13 .'Sec. 'Part..;, . Acres. 21 north hlf n e quar 80 " west hlf s e quar 80 23 east pt south west qr . ; 89 1 1 east pt north west qr 80 .( north west qr south e qr 411 5 south east qr s w qr 40 160 80 80 160 40 81 80 160 v 80 80 160 80 . 6 soma east quar 11 south hlf n w quar north hlf s w quar 14 north west quarter 23 s e quar 8 e quar. 8 32 south part n e quar ' - ' 35 south hlf s w quar 36 south-west quarter 14 31 south hf north e qr west hf south e qr 15 : 1 26 south west quarter : west hf south e qr - WOOD COUNTY. ' 9 4 5 south half : V 320 " " 7 west half, frrction . .. , 318 'V 18 north west fraction 158 11 6 13 whole fraction . 281 " - " 14 whole fraction . , 270 ' " 24 north half ' " S20 12 4 25 south hlf south east qr 80 U S Reserve s 15 undivided two thirds ' '' west hlf south east quarter ' " 53 U S Reserve s 15 undi&ided two thirds - south wast quarter. " 187. - . .SENECA COUNTY. . ' 3 1 north hlf south aait qr 4 80 " aaat 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 " west hlf north sast qr frac 73 " north hlf south west qr " 80 ' 6 east hlf north west qr frac 75 " south east qr 160 " south hlf south wast qr.' ' .-78 7 north hlf south west qr 78 " north west qr north west qr - 40 R. P. BUCKLAND. Fremont, Not. 29th, 1851. - KEW STOCK! NEW PRICES!! J. tl STEVEJYSOJV," ' WOULD inform the public that he has resumed his business at his old stand, on Croehan St.. and having had the oportunity of seeing and getting All the Latest Fashions from East and West and having brought on an assortment of the -" FINEST WOODS, VENKBRINGS, 0.,' - . he is prepared to furnish his old customers, and as many new ones as can crowd into bis ware rooms,, with the moat splendid lot of ; . Mahogony, Rosewood and Blackvalnnt F V K N I T V B E , Ofevery kind-from the Cradle to the Coffin As to prioes, he is determined NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD. ' ' ' He is bold to say thai he can offer yon BETTER BARGAINS and BETTER WORK than yon can get west of Buffalo; he has on band, and ia making Ml hinds of BEDSTEADS, ' f . : - New and Improved Plant'; such as Lewis' Patent, Fowler's Patent, &c, Ac. Donot foil to give him a call. 07 He has got op agood Hearse, and will attend funerals ia town or country. Fremont, August 10, 1850. , '. EXTRACT 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 hie office open for one hour or more, if the publio convenience re quire it, after the arrival and assortment thereof, unless it be during the time of public worship; ia which case he will keep Ihe office open for one hour or more, if necessary after the same has ceased.' The above regulation will be otwerved at this office. I. M. KEELER P. M. Post Office, Fremont Jan. 1851. . - " BR USEES ! BR USHES . A LARGE ASSORTMENT of Paint'. Varnish,- Scrubbing. White-wain, Counter, Blacking, Cloth, Hat, Hair, Tooth and Nail Brush es, at BUCKLAFDS Oct. 25, '51. ? mattrases: OF every desoription, size and quality, kept con stantly on hand, aud manufactured to order. Also, Lounges ofevery description, shade and fash ion. A. McNEIL. , Sandusky city, May 17, 1851. THE choicest Liquors and Wines for Medicinal and Mechanical purposesforsala at . , Bcckland's. . ON ROE'S Tonic, a certain care for Fever and Ague for sale only at. ' S. BucsriAKD & Co'l. 13 2 t -U M t ti '-, u. u u : m !4 44 i U M 4 tt .