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At our Loeofoco friends are figuring a little ia President making, w shall givs what we think will be pretty near the resttH of the No vember election. : Scott Pierce, Doubt 8 5 ' 5 13 4 . 6 35 f 27 3 Maine. New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey. Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, "South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Ohio, Indiana, -Illinois, . r Iowa," Wisconsin, Michigan, Kentucky, Missouri, - '' Alabama, .Louisiana, Tennessee, " Mississippi, ' ' Arkansas, . Texas, : " California, 15 8 10 10 3 S3 13 11 " 5 ' 12 9 9 6 12 1 4 4 193 18 25 'The whole number of Electoral votes is 298. consequently 149 will be necessary to a .hoice. We BBT (liveaGea. Seott 45 more than is necessary to a choice, so that we could deduct New York, "Wisconsin and California, end still leave a majority for Scott. Or we esn spare the votes f these two last menuonea Slates, ""with those of Ohio and Maine, and till elect Scott But we don't helieve Scott w-ilflase a State that we have gi bim and he stands an equal chance with Pierce to carry Maryland. Florida and Iowa, which we have put down as doubtful. Ueorgia we naw put in the doubtful list, but on second consid eration, we shall out ef politeness, concede that State to Fierce. Virginia we have put down for Pierced because she always goes that way. but Scott will get a bigger vole there, than any Whig candidate tor me rres ideoey since the days of Washington and Ad ams, and if he: shoulJ earry that State, we trust that our Whig friends will pardon us for associating its name with those of New iiamp abire and South Carolina. ;h Gen. Scott a true Whig. ' By a letter dated Washington.June 3, 1848 Truinan Smith "wrote to Gen. Scott, atatmg that either Henry Clay, Mr. Webster, Judge Xlolnn. Gen. Tavlor or Gen. Scott would probably be nominated for the Presidency. :He inquired, among other things, whether, in case Gen. Taylor should be nominated, he would support him. , Eead the reply : ' , (Washington, June 3, 1848. i Diab Sia: I hasten to acknowledge the rib honor of vour leUer of this date. I admit ;nd feel all the tprce of the public views you iliavaJuid before me. Until within a few days I bad not supposed rthy my name was at all likely to be brought (before the Whig National Convention, now reoon tomeetin Philadelphia to select the can- .didatfl ot toe, party 'or rresiuetu oi me emi tted StaUs. N . 'Whather'I receive votes or not in that en IliffLtene'd'body for the high distinction in ques tion, 1 ahall, as Wl)ig,feel myself under ev ery -obligation -that -can bind a citizen of his oun try, and give to the nominee whether he be one-or the other of the four distinguish ed names -with -which mine is associated by you all the moral influence and support it may be in my power rightfully to exert ; and I ought not to doubt thnt all Whigs will be equally patriotic and earnest in the-same good cause. .---, -' ''Reciprocating the personal friendhsip with which yon honor me, I remain, my dear sir, ' t Faithfully yours, f ; WINF1ELD SCOTT. Lnndy'i Lane Aantvemry . The Chippewa Boys of Northern Ohio and its vicinity, are. determined te celebrate the thirty-eighth Anniversary of the Battle of Luody's lane (July ZotcJ Dy a unitary B.n eamnmeat and Patriotic Mass Meeting at Ni agara Falls, just opposite the hard fought field where v infield bcott o gloriously dis tingu ished himself The battle of Lundys Lab waa equally honorable to American and to British valor, aud its commemoration, can cause no iritation or alienation between gallant and honest patriots on opposite sides of the frontier. At this celebration, the Old Soldiers who fought with Scott at Lundy's Lane will be specially invited; and all who fought in the war of 1812 will be arged to attend. . It will he a great day for the Lake Region, should the suggestions of our Ohio friends be re sponded to m this and other States,- as we doubt Dot they wuL . - ,- , -; ; -'- ; . N. Y. Tribune. ' Ualoa mnd Harmony. '- The "Uuion of the Whig party for the sake of the Union," is made. Our opponents are surprised, and we are almost surprised our selves, at the unanimity, the harmony, and firm front, which the-Whigs now present. This Union secures the vote of Jew xork, -which, without it would have been is doubt, and, in all human probability, we shall ear ry more electoral votes than we did for Tay lor. Indeed, we may csrry as large a propor tion as did Harrison. We shall - have three, and probably five. States that did not go for n i -r , . 1 I. 4ayiar; Baa u we lose any, it can vuiy ue hi the extreme south, V the Democrats wished to avail themselves of obscurity, they should have given it the im pulsive cry of Cuba or of Canada. 1 ben they weuld bare paralleled the ease of Polk and Texas. But obscurity without any impulse is a hard nag to ride. Cin. Uaz. Gen. Scott, soon after the war of 1812. h ad his pocket picked of $900. He advertised his loss, and the purse and its contents were re turned wslh the assurance that had he been known he would net have been robbed. The Albany Atlas has less patriotism and less magnanimnity than this pickpocket It knows Gen. Seott and yet it attempts to rob him of Jus reputation. Malignity is a more degrad ing passion man avarice. AiDany Journaj. A regular diet cures more peopli than physic. " t- A Slow! We received an order for our paper yesterday, from a gentleman in a south ern county, lie and 3 otlior voters in the same family, have always been democrats, but they now declare their purposes to vote for Winoeid Scott thousands who would have voted for Marcy, had he been nominated will now go for the great defender of his coun try. Roch. Dem. Why would Cieero nover have been a filli- buster ? Because he says, in his oration to Mursena, "Cubans damn-um." A CARD. The Ladies take this opportunity to express their sincere thanks for the pieseure thev ex perienced at the boat ride; feeling that the gentlemen did every thing which would con duce to their happiness on that occasion. The Band, alto, will please accept our com pliments for the delightful music with which the com pany was regaled, and which added greatly to the enjoyment of the occasion. A CARD. The Ladies of Fremont will please accept the thanks of the Fremont Brass Band, for the beautiful and excellent Flag received from their hands, at the late excursion. MARRIED, At the "Wm. Tell House." July 1st by Rev. H. Lang, Mr. Henry Kemberling and Miss Hannah Orwig, all of Bellevue. At St John's Church, July 4th, by the same, Mr. Urine Sueman and Miss Maria Remsburg, all of Ballville. On the 4th inst, by E. F. Dickinson, Esq Mr. Toloman Albert and Miss Margaret Bur- goon. On the same day, by the same, Mr. Wil liam Allen and Miss Di ad ama Lyman. FREMONT PRICE CURRENT. 80RBICIID Wlllir. Wheat parbathal Floor per barrel . Corn per bushel Oata per bushel Butler per pound. ......... ETg per doxen Cheese per pound. ........ Lard per pound Salt perbarrell Hides per pound.... Flax seed per bushel Timothy seed perbu Clover seed per ba.... .... .. 65a 73 3 50 35 35 12 in 10 6 1 18 4 a 8 88 1 25 4 25 12 00 ....08 1 35 6i 50 I 00 u on 20 run per barren Hams smoked per pound ... Beans per bushel. . ............ 1'otatoee per bushel. Onions per bushel Apples green Apples dried ... Beeswax per pound.... Tallow per pound Steves Pipes per M Hhd per M " Bbl per M . BlaekwalnulLumberper M.... 7 ..20.22 ... 14alG ....9el3 ....8al2 CT W1STAIVS Bal.om of Wild Cherry im parts new vigor to vital action, aud relieves the system by opening the pours of the skin, and pro moling the secretion of mucous matter. Its ection is suborific, sedative and expectorant, by opening the pores, allaying irritation, and by rendering the expulsion of tnnnous matter easy. These who lake the Balsam will feel immediate relief from the distressing irretations that accom paBy affections of the respiratory organs. The pnres have been closed, the iialsam opens them. 1 he Langs suffer from irritation, the irritation ia sooth ed; the pulse is violent and feverish, they are sof tened, and the mucous membrane is relieved of ils engorgement wiili rapidity and ease- All by the jse of this delightful remedy. See advertisement in another column. Gires Universal Satisfaction. Victor, N: Y. Jan., 23, 1851. W. B. Sloan, Esq. Sir: Tour Agent. Mr. Morehouse left with us some ot your valuable med icines; and we have already disposed of the Oint ment for Horses, and it has given universal eatis action. Please forward us by railroad to this place some ef the Ointment, as ws arc very much io need of it. . Yours respectfully, SIMON DS & LEWIS. See 'Sloans Complete Farrier and Cattle Doctor.' FOR FULL AND COMPLETE DIRECTIONS Forcheosing, breeding, rearing, and general management; together with accurate descriptions. causes, peculiar symptoms, and the most approved method of curing all diseases to which horses and cattle are subject. fLTSee Agents' names at the foot of Sloan's Lolutna. for rurther particulars and teetiuiouals get Pamphlett of agents. 2lipcctt0menis, Petition to Sell Land." In the Probato Court of Sandusky county and State of Ohio- Henry R. Reilxell and . Franklin Reiizell, Admin tetmtora of the Estate of Phillip Reilxell, deceased. $ vs. ) Mary Reitxell, $ Elisabeth Srobacker. ) Charles G. StroOacker, ) Mary Brawley, ) F. W. S. Brawley, J Charles Reitxell, ) Cyrus ReitzelL ) TTHE said Mary Reitxell, Elizabeth Strobaek er, Charles O. Slrobacker, Mary Brawley, F. W. S. Brawley, Charles Reitxell and Cyrus Reilx ell, are hereby notified that the said Administra tors, on the first day ef Ju,y, A. IX 1353, filed their polities in the Piobate Court of Sandusky county, Ohio, the object and prayer of which is to obtain an order of the said Court for the sale of the follow ing Real Estate, of which the said Peillip Rsixeil died seixed, te wit: The north-east quarter, of the north-east Quarter i of section twenty-six. 26 in iownship four, 4 range thirteen, (13 containing forty acres of land; and also the sonlh-east quarter i of sec tion thirteen, 13 township feur, 4 rauge thir teen, 13 containing one hundred and sixty acrss of land, all of which said lands are aitnate in the said county of Sandusky and State of Ohio, whioh said petition will be beard on the 10th day of Au gust, A. D. 1852, upon whioh said day applisation will be made for an order of sale of the before men tioned premises. By GREENE & MUGG. Sol's for Petitioner. Fremont, July 1, 1852. Petition for Partition. In the Probate Court of Sandusky county, Ohio. George N. Snyder, J Franei Harmon, ) Catharine Harmon. J FRANCIS HARMON and Caiharine Harmon, will take notice that a petition baa been riled against th-ni, in the Probate Court of Sandusky county, Ohio, by George N. Snyder, and is now rending, whjrsin the said George N. Snyder de mands partition of the following real estate, te wit: The north half (i) of the west half ( i) of Ihe north west quarter (i) of section number one, (!) in township number four, 4 range thirteen, 13 Sandusky countv, and State aforesaid, and that on the 28th day of' July, A. 1). 185 i. in said court, application will be made by the said George N. Snyder, for an order that partition may be made of said premises. By GREENE Sc. MUGG, Solicitors for Petitioner. June Ifilh, 1S52. fUST received a supply of Slnsn's eelebrated I Horse Medicines at J. F. B OOSTER'S. List of Jiettcrs REMAINING in the Post Office in Fremont, on the 1st day of July, 1853- Anderson & McGill iLemon Jacob A Alexander Wash. Lcison Clarinda Mawor Isaac Meeker F fc B Brasheass John Bloclte Wm. Bruun Wm Batin Miram S. Bouer Susan Bostwick C E Buntliover Henry Metcalf JabeK 2 Mason Rachel Maurow Daniel Misner Christopher Myers Thomas Block Abner Martin J McCann Wm Miller John Xormina P A Bruner Christaian Bevingten Wm Brown IS Lm Bank J B BrnmourMraE Olmsted Harriet Ovcrmier George Sen Overmicr Daniel Overmier David Overmier Henry Bowland James Bon Joseph Barns Capt B Bruner Martin Brakaker John Plain M W Parish Joseph M Parish Austin Paungbaker John Church Theodore Cl.nrk Darwin Clarke Joseph R Penke Russell Cook K W Cochran Robert Place ED Poorman William Posey Isaac Rogers Amos Rogers Edward Rogers John Rice Ilirnra Campbell William Daguerrean Artist 2 : Davis Byron Doerr Conrath Dickcn Hannah Downing Wm Elison Eliza Jane Ellis Lazarus Ernsperger James W Fitch Horace Feasel Phcba Forguson Wm R Fuller Joseph Foster Henry Fox Joseph Floid Catharine C Farrel Michael Gleason Mnry Green CO Ginr.t John Graham Isane Glose Joshua Green A W Hnle FT Horton Milton Hafford Cornelius llanley Lyman A Hebeiscn George Hukile J B 4 Heberling C Hatch Gideon Hammilh Hugh Harrison George A Hatfield Joshua Imes John Johnson Miss E 2 JoslinChasM 2 Karr Eh fib Keller Phillip Rosier John King John King Samuel Kerns Daniel King Sarah Kiromerly Henry Long Dr J U Long James Long David A Long DanieljM Long Rev Samuel Long Margaret I Ludwig Jeremiah Raymond Lueinda liollins A Richards Daniel Rosell Charles Ream Gabriel Skinner Samuel Stacy Nancy C Sawyer James Strohl Peter Soott W Stohler Jacob Silvcrwood Thomas Sherwood A S Stoner John Sphon Henry StiggallJane Smith Russell Smith Nelson Smith R W ISmiih Simon fucker Nathaniel Thrawls E N Taylor W II v ilson Julia A Walker Jcrard Wilie John Warlow W Wallace Thomas A Winn Margaret Wandcrsoll John Van Nest. J S Voorlus Elijah Yagley Daniel IRISH LSTTKRS. Burke Thomas Buffy Joohn Brown Thomas fjarroll Nicholas Dillon Edward Eitzmaurice Thomas Fitzgerald John Fohy Anne Gleason Michael (Lynsh Timothy Morton David jM'Anliff Florence iMulharr Miuhuel jO'Bryne Martha Luinbert Jitbes Lowery Daniel 2 Walsh Daniel Lattig Benjamin F 8 German Letters Persons'calling for any of the above let ters will say they are advertised P. M. RAIL ROAD NOTICE. THE Stockholders of the Toledo, Norwalk and Cleveland Rail Roni Gompany, residing on the first division of said road (from the Meuinee t the Sandusky River) are hereby notified the tensh and final assessment of ten per cent, on all stock standing in their names is required to be paid to the treasurer, or Gxorge R. Harnes, Esq., Fre mont, on or before the 4th day of August next. All assessments temaintng unpaid at that time will be liable to a penalty of five per cent. By order of the Directors, W. F. KITTERIOGE, Trees. Officeof T. N. & C. R. R. Com'y. Norwalk Dec. 16. 1850. ( 1852! SANDUSKY BOOK BIXDERV? THE Subscribers would respectfully announce to the citizens of Sandusky City and vicinity that they have purciased the Book Bindery, form erly carried on by C. L. Derby & Co . and they are now prepared to execute any orders in that line of business. They profess to be practical work men in every branch pertaing to Book Rinding Work entrusted to their care warranted to be well and neatly done. Pnrticnlar attention paid to Bind ing Periodicals, Music, Newspapers, Magazines, in a superb 'manner, either plain or extra gilt. Old Books of every description rebound. Having on hand a superior stock of paper of every sixe and quality they are prepared to manufacture Blank Books of every description ruled to any pattern desired. Paper ruled at prices to suit the times. Book Binderv at the old stand over the Bookstore of C. L. Derby & Co., Caswell's Block. June, 26. 1852 Iy MILLER KIES. N. B. Those having work of the above descrip tion to be done, enn leave it at the Book and Drug Store of S. Buckland & Co. , who are our author xed agents. Town Lots and Farms for Sale! THE following Lots and Lands are for sale up on reasonable terms as to price and credit. 0 Lots on the Turnpike, in Fremont, adjoining A. F. Van Dercook's Hotel. 21 Lots on Crogban street, opposite Doctor Brain- ird reeideace. I Lot, corner of Oliver and Garrison streets, ad. joining Mr. btmpkins' residence. 1 Lot in East Town, opposite J. R. Pease's cor ner. 300 Acres of land, 23 acres improved, In Wash ington Township, on the I urnpike near How ard's Tavern. Enquire of AUCKLAND &. EVERETT. June 17, 1852. A Farm for Sale. IT CONTAINS 1 14 creat (neatly.) Ia oh the Wei torn Reserre and Mnumee Turnpike, about two miles west of Fremont: bounded on the north, by said Turnpike, and the south, by the Slnte-Road from Fremontto Rollersville. There are two Improvements on ftsid fnfm--in all about 25 acres. Two dwelling honses, and three wells of excellent Water. The soil now un der cultivation Is fertile, and productive; the bal ance heavily timbered (never having been culled) with Oak, Hickory, Aht &. an , It would make two convenient mall farms. and if so desired, will be sold in seperate tracts. Also Two In Lots (Nos 358, and 341) in Fre mont. Alo A. House and Lot in Rollersville. Either of the above described Lots, or land, Will be old on aeomtnodnting terms. LLT A lew Laud VYarkfnts vet for sale. SAMUEL CROYVELL. Muekalongp, May 29, 1862. ITT" Tiffin Advertiser cepy two. months and send a bill to this oilier. HI PORTED O Kim A TV PIU ES,an L excellout arlicle, for sale cheap, at May 18, 1852. A. Gl'SDORF'S. Whose Money? ON the 4l!i day of the present month, the sub scriber picked up, in S. Buckland & Cos. drug store, several dollars of money. Said money is left at the Drug Store. The owner will preve property, pay charges, and take it away. L 11A. t. iiua l Rullville. June 12, 1?5J. Th c S a ii d u sky i n a It age The Lncomctire coming, and the friend of CHEAP GOODSnnd SMALL PROF ITS rushing for J. P. HAYNES & SON'S who are now receiving their immense stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, At No X, Duckland's Block, which ia crowded with people from all parts of the country, who are wise enough to examine Ilaynes' Stock before they buy. Farmers of riaodusky county, and ye who thirst after Cheap Goods! Come and examine our stock. You will find no humbug, no soft soap, no gammon, no holding customers by the arm, no flattery, but the besl Goods you ever saw, among them heavy yard wide Brown Sheetings.Oenirns, Louisiana stripes, fastculered Calico, and a few hhds Torto Rico nirar. while, dry and clean, purchased last Fall for us by an old resident of the Island and all sixpenny goods trimmed that naed trimming. We have increased our stock oi READY-MADE CLOTHING! All made here, and warranted not to rip, embrac ing garments of all description, styles, end qual ity, and "better bargains" in the way oi "lurn- islnng the outer man' cannot be made west ol lew York, than with ue. Wholesale dealers in BOOTS AND SHOES, Findine- that Eattei-n Manufacturer! were sending Goods to Ohio on commission, cave ua a few oases coarse Boots to sell at twelve shillings, good kip at two dollars, and fine calf hoots at hlty cents more, and a large lot of Womens' and Mens" gai ters, shoes, slips, &c, so low that none need go barefoot. HATS, CAPS. AND BONNETS! of every variety, style and qunlity; Palm Leaf hats at a shilling, and Bonnets iu Proportion; and last, but not least, among our many Goods, is a rich and varied assortment or . Goods tor the Ladies! Beautiful Lawns, De Lainesand Merimac prints eight yarns for eight shillings, trimmed; Bsrages trench Lawns, Alpaccas ana ixingnams ior a trine more. Nails, Glass, Crockery, Hardware, Leather, btone-ware, &c. tc. We do a strnitforward bhsiness buy our Goods Low, and sell them CHEAP, for Ready Pay or Produce Have One Price for all. Our motto. WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD." Cash for Wool, Wheat, Oats and Corn. JNO. P. HAYNES & SON. Fremont, June 19, 185J. HARD-WARE! T?ABMEUS ! Mechanics ! X1 and Working Men North western Ohio We are happy to announce to you the arrival of the largest, most complete, and general assortment of Hardware, ever opened in this market. We are now prepared to meet the in creased demand for Goods hi our lint? have bought heavy of Eastern Manufactur ers and Importers, at very low figures, and would cay to the Friondr. of the Boys, give us a call, and satisfy yourselves of the excel -Idnt quality of our Goods, and The Jjow Pr ice I we put on them. We call the attention of Farmors to the bee) as sortment of FARMERS' TOOLS in town. A suporior Plow, steol mould board; al so John Rich's celebrated iron beam Plow, all sii- es: Corn Shellers, Scythes Snaths, Cradles, Forks, Hoes, Rakes, Rifles. Stones, Shovels, Spades, Sycles, Straw Knives, Bush Scythes, &c. &C-, as low as Ihe lowest. TO HOUSE BUILDERS ! Best Eastern Nails, at $3 00 and 3 50 per 100 pounds; and as complete an assortment ol House Trimmings! as can be fiuud in Northern Ohio. Glass, Snsh, and Putty, Paints and Oils. Mechanics Tools! Carpenter's, Blacksmith's. Mason's, Cooper's Shoemaker's, Saddler's and Harness Maker's, car riage maker's, and cabinet maker's Tools and trimmings. Iron all round for Wagons, $3 00 per 100 lbs. Saddlery Hardware, and Harness Trimmings and Tools, a heavy stock at reduced prices: Buggy & Carriage trimmings. CHAIN PUMPS, a first rate article. Stores! Farmers of Sandusky County! We can show ou ihe best and laigest assortment oftoven, ever brought to this market, consisting of the following patterns ol I iglit-Air cooks: Mew World; Western World; Globe; Cultivator; Atlas; merB Improved; Engle Hot Air Western Empire; United States; Western Queen; May Queen; Forest Queen; Prairie Flower; and Premium Stoves. Parlor Stoves, Cast Iron Parlor of all Pat terns Regulators, Cottage, &c. Our Tin Shop is iu full blsst. Work done at shoit notice, and in a workmanlike manner. An assortment of Tin-ware constantly on hand. In conclusion we will say that we have every thing in the line of Hardware, usually called for in this section of Ohio. With many thanks to our friends for their pationage, and soliciting further luvors, we remain your friends, TIIJ-) lIUi! CAMF1LD& MITCHELL, Fremont Hardware Store, Jund 15th, 165 2. BUCKEYE BOOTAAD SHOE AND Readymade CothingStore, Removed! TTALL & OASTOIV having removed their XX extensive Stock of JJoots, bhues and Clothing into Koom rio. v, Jsuckland s block, formerly oc cupied by J. F. H. Sebring would take this meth od of tendering their thanks lo their numerous cus lomers, for the "Material Aid!" furnished them thereby encouraging them in their efforts to beneht and please them, uur stock ol BOOTS & SHOES! is greatly enlarged, and consists of every variety of style, shade and quality. All hinds or lioots and Shoes for Gentlemen and Ladies wear, manufac tured to order, at the lowest price and upon the shortest notice. The several departments of man ufacture ere under the charge of skillful workmen. A general assortment of SHOE FlXmXGS, s offered to the trade, at a small advance Upon the new X ork prices. IIS AD Y-MA DE CL 0 TlIIXG t Coii'iflling ofCeats, Pants, Vests, tJnder Clothing, of all kinds. Hose, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Cra vats, and every article that belongs to a gentle men s wardrobe. of the latest styles, and in pre at profusion. All of which they want to sell fcr the dimes. Give them a call before purchasing elsewhere. No charge for exhibiting goods. HALL & GASTON. Fremont, June 12.... 185 2. To Let. TrtE STORE formerly ocrUpied by llnlt fc Gas ion in the Tyler Block, Fremont. Applv 10 R. P. BUCKLAND. June 12ih, 135 "2. OKAFENBITUO MEDICINES. T AM the only ngent for these invaluable Medi J cities in Fremont, for particulars cull and pee bills and pamphlets at the Store Itnnui opposite I 1 1MB". J IJVJl UUr.ll I X . Great Fire in Fremont ! SOAKUM REMOVED! Opposite Pease's Tin Shop on the Glenn lot! 17E II A VE;i. deterted Vie dirty old rat hot V T ami have now the prettiest room for a grocer in town: its worth a shilling lo see it. even if yon dout want to buy anything. W had got so pop -J ular, by keeping nothing but good artielen, and seeling cheap, that every body wanted to go to hherk'i, and all the groceries in town, crowded close to us, and when people from the country came in, the keepers represented that theirs wae Shrenk's establishment, and succeeded in eel litis' them poor stuff, which injuied us. Besides, we were tired of the old shell, and determined to have a new and naat establishment, as clean as a new pin. Just, pay us a visit, and take a look at things? We heve a good slock of uch Ihinsre as are usual ly kept at such establishments, besides the host stock of liquors, for medicinal purposes, ever offer ed the pnbiio. Urandy, warranted pure and free of all villainous compounds, that may be tnken as medicine, without running the risk of being drug ged. Molasses, tobaccos, Cigars, IMuts, Uaieuir, Candies, Ac, &., on hand and for sale cheap. Call, one and all end sr-e for yourselves. JOHN SHHliiSK, fov M. A. Shrenk. Old double rectified whisky TWENTY Barrels nn haud, which we will sell to onr old customers, and as manr new oues as want it at Twenty-two cents a Gallon! That's not slow for the new establishment. Don't be decoyed in the small establishments, that buy their supplies, by the half barrel. Call at Shrenk's Depot.. Five Barrels lirandv! WE have jtist received five barrels ftrnny, different kinds, some of them warranted per fectly pure, which will be sold at a small advance on eastern prices. Shrkkk. A Good Thing! Accommodation. T7,o benefit and accommodation of our 1 country mends, we have nrted up a neat room, adjoidinfr our grocery, into which they can take their women and children , to eat and drink, free from the annoyances of the ernwd. Shkkks;. WHERE WII YOU GET IT "TTTHERE did you get that whisky? It bents V Y anything I have ever seen in these parts.' 1 got it at Shrenk's. He keeps the best liquors m the county, and you may always depend upon what he says. He won't say he has pood liquor. when he has not, and if it is had he will refuse lo pell it. I bought a pint of brandy at a drug store a short time ago, and then stepped into his grocery and he gave me some of hit pure brandy to trr; I waa convinced, and 1 just gave him my bottle bran dy and all. and bought a pint of him. and ii was the best I ever got in Ihe county. 1 let the Doctor try H, and he laid he would get four gallons the nrst time he went to town. I do believe tt it the only place in Fremont, where a man can get good liquors, and depend upon what the man ems." Snoh is the opinion of a disinterested man, and it's true. All we aBk is that people shall try us. SHU Kft K . BY REQUEST. SUNDRY individuals in Tiffin requested us lo keep some first rate Brandy, as a good article could net be got in their city. It's on timid and subject to the criticism of the editors of the Adver tiser, who, we believe are good judges. Shrf.uk. - New Goods! The Balvillc Store Ahead. Great Commotion at the Old Store J. T. MOSS TS NOW RECEIVING and opening one ofllis X largest and most complete assortment or STAPLE AMD FA KCY DRY GOODS Gro:eries, Hardware, Crockery, Roots and Shoes Hats and Caps. Ready-mnde Clothin, &c. &c. erer before onerep in the Western market A Tremendous File of Goods ! for men's wear, such as Cloths, Cas!meres, Sat tinetts. Jeans. Tweeds, Drillings, Dentins, Mar iner's stripe, 6c c. I i is stock or LADIES' DRESS GOODS is unequaled by any in the western world, con sisting in part of Calicoes, Poplins, De L nines, Uerages, Berage De Laines, Jaconets, Virtoria Lawns, Biship Lnwns, Plain and Doited &wisa and Book Muslins, &.. , nil of the latent and most beautiful styles, and cheaper than can be afforded at any other establishment in town. Any quaulity of Bonnets, Ribbons, Parasols, Cheap Summer Shawls, Cotton, Linen, Mull Edgings aud Insert ings. Linen Tape, and Bobbtu, Gloves, Hoisery. Drapery, Muslins. Counterpanes, Muequito oars, nnd in fact every thiugkept iu any establishment of the kiud iu the western connrry. Those wishing any thing in the above line will do well to Call and examine my STOCK OF GOODS BEFORE PUR chafing elsewhere, as t am houud to sell goods at least tirentypcr cent cheaper than any other estab lishment this side or the city of New York. Now is the time. Call, and you shall receive goods at your own price. Tohaccorof the best quality at your own price. Tobacco of the best quality at 25n. Sugar at 6c which I will warrant to t4 a better article than you will find at any store in town, for the same money. A few carl loads of thut Good Old Four Shilling Test! warranted to suit the taste of the must fastidious. Coffee, Spice, Pepper, Ginger, . Saleratus, Nutmegs, Cloves, t&e. Give us a call at the Ballville Store, opposite Deal's new tavern, and satisfy yourselves as to the quality and cheapness of our goodf, and please bear in mind that Moss's ia Ihe place to get your money back. J. T MOSS Fremont, May 14, 1851 Attachment Xolice. A At my instance an attachment was tsndhy Amm Fenu, a Justice of ihe Peace of Cireen Creek Township, Snndnsky County, ngriint the property and effects of Azur Filo an ahecmiding debtor. R. L. SEE LEY. This 3d dnv of June A. D. 1653. Petition to Sell Land. Probate Court in Sandusky County, Ohio. John Shnpp, Adm'r of ) George Rupp-, Dec. ) VI. Catharine Ruppand ) Georee Rupp $ THE said Catherine Rupp and George Rupp are hereby notified, that the stid ndrninif;trtor on the the 6th day of May, A. P. 185 j. filed his petition in the Probate Court of Sandusky county, Ohio, the object and prayer of which is to obtain an order of sttid court for the sale of the following real estate, (of which said George Rupp deceased died seized to wit: lh north west quarter of selrtlon No. twenty four, 34 in township four, 4 north of range fourteen containing one hundred ft'ul sixty acres of laud. Also, the west half of the south west quarter of section tinmbef twenty four, (24) in township four, (4 north of range fourteen, contain ing eighty acres of laud, in the District of lands subject to sale at BUcJtup, Ohio, and in the said County of Sandusky. Said petition sets forth that said Catharine Rupp, widow of said decedent, was entitled to dower in the land aforesaid, that on or about the second dny of July, A. D. 1851, she released and ronvevedall her rifrht, title and interest therein by ded, to said John Shnppi in trust, for the payment of the debts dile from said decedent's estate, and prays that said land may be sold, unincumbered by said dow er. And ths said defendants are further notified, that by the order of the Hon. John Bell, Judge of said Court of Probate, the said petition will be heard at his office in Fremont, in said county, on the 17th day of July, A. D. )S5 ?, at which time and place, said defendants are notified to appear, or iu default, the matters charged in against thenm in said petition will be tnken ns ennfrssed. JOHN SHtPP. Adm'r Bv Bucklaud A, Everett, his Sol. May 8, 18S9.' KOTITE. A PETITION will he presented to the Court of x Common Plens of SandufkV County, Ohio, cn the 5th day of July next, or a; soon thereafter as counsel can be heard, prnpiug for the appointment of Commissioners of Sewera, to open and drain muscalunge Creek and the marshy and meadow land adjoining thereto from and throngh section .'II. 3(1,29. iH, 22, 23, 14, aud 11 iu Jackson township in sid roiintv. Fremont, June 2, 18j 2. GREAT REMEDY! Celebrated Family Ointment. , Soft, 'I-koromg-M mm W fremtm aimiw jwwm wed. A M eompoud of VtgtiahU tatrmtU mmd power unetfunJed in (Ac mnaU XUdufm Urn It im univeraallv acknowledged to be an Infallible real In every case where it has been faithfully applied ea Um human system, for promoting Insensible Perspiratiott, mn4 is invaluable fn all disenscs of the flesh. Obstinate Ulssrs, Old Sores, ChiUblains, Sore Throat, Burns, Cuts, Cuuuiseaa Krupuons, Sore Nippies, Sore Breast, Diseases ef the Bye, Ague ia the Face. Kheumntie Tains, Contracted Crtte, I'sin in the s?iJe, Back and other pnrtsof the system, Scsla Head, Bruises, Fresh Wounds, Piles, and every kia aoee containing: the least particle of lnflsBiBaaaoa, are rsrsnanHy cured by this great remedy. HEALING VIRTUES. It Is a , authenticated here, as well as all erar St State, and indeed the whole wtstern Mates, that ' Medicines have attained a wide spread celvbrlty, antf n ptitation, to whiehtheysre justly entitled by their kmtmf ssrfssj," and powers. VV are not among those who ass prone to endorse every patent humbug that censes aloas. ana in this inetanrt have delayed oar sndonwuraat aatl mm have ban able to mike assurnee doubly sure, not astir -fey testing them personally ourselves, but frota th UssV aaony of a numerous portion of the ena. masts AvSag around (liluMus Globe, April 13, laM. Horse & Cattle Medicine. Ne Medicine ia use has accomplished so nuurv . arsUrtary Cwres, and given so UntvirtU Smtufattum in every variety and stage of dicae, or thnt has so cxtevstec m4 rmpida safe w Sloan' Ointment and OmiliUmn Powder, Th Ointment swiftly suierccding all other Ointments and Liniments for the cure of Fresh Wounds, Galls of ail Kinds, Sprains. Bruises, Cracked Heels, Ringbone, Wind nils, Toll EvP, Callous, Spavins, Sweeney, Fistula, Sift- " nist, Strain, Lameness, Sand Cracks, - oundered Fast, -ftcrnteltes or Grease, Manse and Horse Distemper. The Condition Powder wil If remove all inflammation and frver, purify the blood, loosen the skin, cleanse the water and strengthen every part of the body; and has proved a 7 sovereign remedy for Uie following diseases: Founder. Uiftemper, Hide Bound, Loss of Appetite, la ward Strains. Yellow Water. Inflammation of the Eyas, Fatigue from bard exercise ; also Rheumatism, (commonly called si iff complaint,) which proves so fatal to many valu able horses in this country. It is also a safe and certain remedy fur CougJia aud Colds, which generate so oamj fatal diseases. These remedies never injury and sneityi CWs, if tin V -rectioiifi are followed. For further particulars and n wnOtitrnde of On tiJUmnm af esanrssMs Cares, get Ptmpkieis of mgenta, W. B. SL0A3T, Crafts' Dfd, 40 Lmkt Mt., Oimf. ML Q7A1I Me'licins and Books advertisec by W. R. Sloan, are sold nt retail, at the propriotor's prices.by S. BUCKLAND & Co. , J. F. WOOSTER. FremouU Ilami'ton &.. Mcdrtn.y, Republic. John Gio'lson &. V. WhipDi Jlellevua. A. B. VAN DOREN. General Afent. Springfield, Clark Co., O. SEW STOUE IIV FREMOST. Great Exhibition. THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF NEW GOODS! West of New York, Kits juot been opened in Fremont, one door south of Pease & Rsbberts' Tin Shop. THE SUBSCRIBER, holieving- that a Inrgr and well conducted Dry Goods Store, waa much needed in this place, hus just opened . r - - AN ENTIKE NEW STOCK of God,' purchased in New York with cash, waieh he now respectfully inrites the citizens of SandiiKkr, and th. adjoining conntiea, In call and examine.' The attention of the Ladies is especial ly directed to his great yriely of ilflagnificent Dress Goods ! SHfcs, Satins, Paris Je Crape Silk Grenadine, Silk Albatiies, new style printed Beraget Cheni Be rape, a large lot nf Freurh, English and Ameri can Lawns, superior to anything in the market. Beraee de Klines of Ihe newest styles and most de sirable patterns. A superior assortment of French and other Ginghams the most beautiful patterns. Mohairs, Poplins, itlain ritnired and changeable Alpaccas also, superior Blnek 6'ilk Lustres Alpaccas A large and general assortment of ms kc,a m-war.3nt- Crape, He rape, Tibbet, St radii la, and Silk Shawls. sprendtd pattern?),- and the ladiea cannot fail to b.- soiled. .. - The pentln.n will find a good assortment of Broad-cloths, Caisimeres, Satti nets', Jeans, Scc.t of the finest quatitv, which will be sold chap. READY-MADE CLOTHING. Coats, Pants, Vests, of every ari:'ty, from the finest hrnad-nloih to the cheapest fnluin, which cau nnd n-ill he sold rheiiper than can be affordjd in any other store any where. BOO'l'S &. SHOES, HATS & CAPS, in great variety, from the best to the most common q u nli f y warrant rd w 1 1 rande and will be sold low. A fine article of Sltrs for the Ladies, of the best and latt-M pattens. Call and 5ee. A large variety of Swiss MuVitif and Jiickotietn, Trench worked goods, Don net Ribbons. Parasols. Gloves, HoifHTV, Embroidered Swiss, Calicoes, Chintz, Muslin, Bed ticks. Flannels, &c, tc.,of all descriptions. - : Coffee, Sugars Teas, Spice, Pepper, Welasees Tobaccos, and nearly every article iu that line of the beet qualities. As above remarked, alt my goods are nc, and will be sold at onr price. So give us a call. Per formance every duv except Sundavs.- Door open at half past 5 A. Wt Performance In begin at 6. Ad mission free, children half priep. No postponement on account Of the. weather. Never was there such an opportunity sim;e the das of Solo matt to gratify the eyes and mind with so little expense. As for prices, "there's no Uie talking. rt Wo sell so low We an afraid folks may think we steal our goods! Hut don't h afraid, friends come all, and you shall see what you shall see. Give us a call, and we will suit you to auv thing in our line. A. GUSTORF. rVemont. May I 153 ty. (TT" FJe sure to recoiled the place, oue door south of Pase & Rohberts Tin Shop. New Firm and New Goods! EISF.NIIOUH & COLES having purchased A. B. Tayl.r's Stock of Goods. and removed then) into he store lately fitted no in the KnRpp i i,l r, tra a j v receiving & large assortment of NEW RPRtXG AND SUMMKlt ttOODS! from IVew York, which will be sold at a vary small advance above first cost, for CaM, or Country Produce. Our stock consists or a LAIUiE ASS OKTili3T OF Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockeiv, Hardware, Heady-made Clothing, Boots do Shoes' Hats and Caps, Ac. AIho, the Latfsi and most Fashionab'e Styles of LADIES' DRESS GOODS, ftonnetd, ft-ibbony. Silk Lncest Cambric and Swiss Edgings and Insertingsj Gloves, ftlit?, &c, &c. The public are particularly invited to bull and examine our CJooda and Prices before purchasinsr elsewherA. We oau assure them that we will not be undersold by any other store in Town. By strict ateiittoti to business, and smalt profits, we hope to merit and receive A eh arte uf public patronage. EISENfTOUR & COES. Frenont, May 22. 185 J. 3m 1 f( Roxas Win -low Glass just received on Jl JJ coininiseion, and for sale rhan bv JAMta DOUGHERTY. N A AILS. Fremont Iron Co.'s Nails, maniifnr tared at I'rey. H. ., at . Hitca' Tooth Brushes. plendid Hsaiortmeut at WOOSTESs, O TtANGK1, Lemons and hnii" int rMp.iet by express, fur sale by J. DO I." (ill CUT V . THE BEST REMEDY ZVFAX KXOWN To man for Conglis, Asthma, Colds, Crovp, ' Bronchitis, Ioflusnxa, Bleeding of the Langs, . - Difficulty of breathing, Lirer AnVrtions, Psiii ar weakness of the Br.ast or Side, First flag af Consumption, Ac. In short, this Balsam is pecnlailry adapted lo ev ery disease of the longs ana1 Hrer, which ia pta duced in oar er.r-Tarying elimate. WILD CHERRY haa Ion; been knawa to possess important medicinal propsrties. This fact is familiar to every matron in oor land, -and nhysiciaua often prescribe it in different foriua -for a variety of complaints. Tar. also, ha brew equally noted for its virtues; and some physicians who, namea ar. familiar to the whole roantr, . have goneao far as to declure that eveu CON -SUMPTION could bs cured by that aJoiia, In other hands, again, it waa nearly vala.less, awing , . na doubt, to llieir ignoranc ra preparing and ad a minialering it a difficulty now entirely obviate!.' by patieBt experiment and long espertio. -- - . 'I he extraordinary medical powers of ih.sa twi - uhstances are new, for the first time. e.n.kin-d and embodied in DR. WlaTAK'jf BALSAM . OF WILD CHERRY. - By a nie chemie ft" -ce, everything deteterioo or uset. i rejeate, : o that what remain is th moat extraordinary and truly rfficaeioB remedy for all kind af plma ry and Nvef disease ever known to mail. T.co.i- ; vine all unbeliever that our theory i really trae -we refer to a few ease of care performed by tlu wonderful medicine: - rmutl Ridok, Ham. c. O. Sept. 37, 'tl.1 J. D. Park Dt-ar Sirs I taks the liberty af ad- vising tou of the benefit 1 have derived trom the use of Dr. Wistar' Balaam of Wild Cherry. 1 ' waa prostrated by that- lerr.ble scorge, consarap ' lion, in May last. The attack was truly horrifying to me, for five of ocr family, (my brothers and sis ters,) had died of consumption. I was afflicted with nearly all Ins worat tealurea oi me aiseas. I t had a distressing cough, and expectorated a grent' dea I of blood, hectic fever, severe pains in the sid. . and chest, cold chill, alternating with flaabe at heat and copious night sweats. I aa under the caro of a skillful pbysician, from the time I was taken sick unlit about six weeks sinoe, being then about helpless, and my frieoda ronei ered my case hopeless, or at least beyond oar Physician' kill, adviaed the use of Wistar' Bal aam of Wild Cherry. Without my knowl.dg ny rather procured it, and .commenced administer ns it tome, and from the first day i ommerd taking it my health improved, aud in two week . from the tim I commenoed using it, I waa able t : be out and oversee my business, nnd labor, which 1 stilt continue to-do. t have taken four bottt.s .1 ; ' the inedicin, and now consider myself perf.atly -" well. JKK.EM1AH laCKiUU. Another Atoiiisliins Care. E. Katb, a highly rssvactabl merchant of Rash- '. ville. V'.irfieM ennntv. Ohio, sent us the folloain1 . j voluntary tribute t 'DS. tTISTAn's BALSiU or WILD CUHRI." ... IlusbviHa, Fairfield eo, O. April 6, '51. ' Mr. J.D. Park Hear Sir: I wish to stslet. vou that mv dauffhter. Amanda, aeed 16 veara.- had, about a year sfnee, a very, sevrre attack of me.sels, which reduced her very mnch, and left her with a racking cough. I employed all the phy sician within our reach for the purpose of remov ing h.r coogh, but wijhoot success, she oppear- ad to be sinking into decline, with every aymp- torn of consumption. ;. .K - I then tried Dr. "Roger' Liverwort aad Tar." -Bui that aggravated her cough, and gave hex symp toms nf. .till mnr. m.liffnMnt eh.r.pter. 1 mmm r' h . now most seriously alarmedf and it was with trem bling fear that I from day to day, saw th prograM r of that insatiable disease, consumption. I reaily despaired of my daughter's recovery. But I prav-t identially aaw the certificate of Jonathan CouUna, r whose daughter. Sarah Jnne. was cured of C.a- sumption by Wistar' Balsam of Wild Cherry ! this created a faint hope that it fmgkt help my daughter, and 1 immediatelr commenced nsinr U-'- and it almost instantly gave relief, her health waa , improved front the first bottle, and by the use af two bottle of "WislaHa Balsam of Wild Cherry," . she was restored to perfect health, and sha ia not nowjat all predisposed to a cough. 1 wilt soy to those mat are amictea wun any un ease tending to consumption, do not detpmir. tor Dr. Wistar' Balaam of Wild Cherry will cor to, if yon will but try it. - - - j. E.-KAL6. The genuine Wistar' Balsam of Wild Chsrry has a fac simile of Ihe signature of Henry Wistar. M. D., Philadelphia, and "Sanford dt Park" on a finely executed steel engraved wrapper. ' No ath.r can be genuine. -v Sold by. .' J. D. Park. Cincinnati, O. V North east corner ef Fourth and Walnut sts en trance on Walnut street to whom alt erdere must be addressed, - " k Sold ia Fremont by S. BUCKLAND & C. . And by W. C. Baker, Castalia: J. Hutchiaa 3t Son, Bellevaej W. Brauer, Millgrovs; Charlaai. Powers, Woodville: FoelV Son, Rom; . Ham- , ilton &. McCartney, Republic; L L. St. John. Ti fin oity, ant P..V. Beary & Bro., Green Creek.- ' r rein on t, February 28, '5. Iy Or. Cuysott's Improved Extract Yellow Dock and SarsspariHa. - The original and ouly genuine preparation for the permanent cure of consumption and disease ef the Lnnirs when thev are sODDOSsd to be affsated by the two free use of Mercury, Iron, Quinine, & , IT WILL CURE WITHOUT FAIL ? rcorofula or Kings Evit; Cancers, Tnmors, K ruptiona of the skin. Erysipelas, Chronic aere) Ring worm or Tetters. Scald Head. Rheumatism, t Pains in the bones or joints, old sores and ulcers, " Swelling of the glands, Syphilis, Dyspepsia, Salt;- Hhenm, Uisease ol trie ruaneys, ios ot Appei nr. Disease arising from the ne of Mercury, Pain ia .r the side and shoulders, R-eneral Debility, Drepsj Lumbago, Jaundice and Costivenes. The Lest I'emalt Medicine fCnonn The Sliaker prepared Yellow Dock, and , the Red Honduras Sarsaparilla, are the invaluable , remedial agents from Which "Vr. Uu) sou's m. , proved Extract of Teilow Dock and Sarsaparilla" i formed; aad the laboratory of Dr..Gl)taott has ifiven tn the virtue of these roots in their perfec tion. Hit preparations contains all Ihe realnrativa rooerties of the roots, combined and concanlrated in their ntinost strength and efficaey. - .xpenmenis wer. maue iu me nisnamciara this medicine, until il was found lhatitconldaal b ' further improved , , Accordingly, we find it resorted to almost nniver- ally, ih ease of Hspnllr, t'odrbHtic nnd Culans- Ous complaints, for general prostration of the vital Dowers, and all those tormenting disease ef th skin so trying te the psiiense, ahd s. injurioD l.. health. . . . - " - The following letter is from a highlV respectable physician,, who enjoys an extensive practice Navarre, aunt to , u , unr. v. mar. - Dr.. John 1). Park Dear Sir: "Dr. -Guyana's. Extract of Sarssnarilia;'1 Thin m.ditiue hs seen prescribed br Ihe for the last three rears, with go.d efTi-ct, in general debility. Liver complaint, Jaun disei DyspepSiai Chronic add ffervjUs diseases. Is all remals complaints it certainly t. uneqnalled. In th Use of this theeictne the patient constant. . Iy gains strength and vigor, a fact worthy of great coasideration. tt is pleasant to th taste and small, and can bs used by person with th mot d.ltaal. ' tomachs, witti safety, under any citcuinsiance. I am speaking from perience, and lo the afflirt.4 I advise ila Use.. : L)l. it . B. i-i-LI'LH. VJ" Price fl pr bottle si bottles for $i. . Sold by J. Di PARK, Cineinnaii, O. ' JJorth east corner of Fonrth ahd Walnut sta es trance bit Walnut tb whbin sll orders Bin ba addressed. Sold in Fremont tiyS. fetTCKLAND & Ca. ' And by Wheldnn dc Rhode. Sandusky cit.; J. tlntchiiia & Son, fitllevnei XV . T, Baksr, Casta!-,' ia; W. liradner. Mill Grove: Charles Power.' Woodville; Foster & Sea, Rome; Haniilfna A. McCartney, Republic; and I. L. St. John, Tiffia. Fremont, February 28, 1S61. iy