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' ' IilST OF 1VETTERS,
T)EMAINlNGin the Post Office in Lower Sandusky
IV entile first day ol VJOtorjer, iB-ty.
Amrhine G sorgo
Altbee Etexer -Aldridge
Ben.
Andrew Jacob .
Ar Jacob "
Kimble Peter
Kabber John S
Kelley Joseph -
Kline Addam
Kelsey Wm
ToenyDeguerreanArtiat2
Lightcap Lucretia
AshJaeoo
Baker Leoard
Butcher Christina -'
Brewer David F
' Branlhar Adam '
Bateteole Daniel ",
" Baker Abraham
Bendon Daniel A.
Butter Daniel ' '
BelaAlmira
Y Boweraox John ' .
Buannelt Catharine
' Banmgartner Christian
. Bower Peter -
, Bahumaun Mi
Bearrieley Aran
Bradley George
Bennire George D
Cole Elixabetn C
' Chriatian Miaa AG..
.Clark Mr C -- . .
' Clark fttrs Philothe :
Chamberiin Jeremiah
Deie Jacob : " . " - 1
Dorance Mr. A
-. Ditto SM . .. .- ':
Dnnoan Anderson. ; s
', Delong John , ..., -Dawaon
John -Dnagherty
Charle '
Deahoff Moaea , .
Elder J M
Eiringham Mr i " '
iEwbochy Jacob ,
Engle Isaac . ,
Ferdig Betsey .
Finch Stephen F
" Footer Aaron
Foughi Powell i'
Fry Cornelias "
Fannnies Hjlaire ' '
Foster Elixa
. 5assey Christian
Grey G N
.Grace Thomas .
. . Goes Nemial
Uiger Jacob .
Gilbert George W .
Hyatt Sarah Ana
Hoeghton Wbj
M David N" v ; ' "
Helm Abraham ' -Halev
Rev George ' -Haitfield
G . , ;
Hitchcock Peter
Hess Leonard ... . .
Heuberpe Ph
Handy Sarah Ann
Heriey Jacob ,
!' Hoffofd James '.
Johnson Henry F ;
Joseph Isaac ... 1 :
Kobble Michael .... ,'
Kinser Joseph , a
Kafer George
Xees Samuel Fridorick.
LengJohn
Lembier Gabes
Lathrop Henry
Nightengale Rev
Newly Jamea
Noble David
Neff Beni
2
Owen H M
Or ton A K
OrvicK Samuel
Phelps Chester K
Peek Wm Wl
Philo Martha
Post Samuel -
Porter David :
Pool Joseph
Prier Henry
Phils Asor
Pool David
Perkins Robert '
Parrish John S .
Rice William
Reed Elias
Ramsey Elisabeth
Root G
Ralph Christian
Raodle Lnko
Kider OL
RootAberes
Robertson John'
Rogers James
Reed John '
Remington Rev F
Ream Sobriel .
Spohn Jonathan -Stote
GF
Sholti Allen
Stateler Andrew
Sates F. W
Scowter Wm -Stoll
Miciioel -" "
2, Silver William ,
Shannon Jacob
Shrader Wm
Schmilt Zeloftino ,;
Saelv Latten . .
Smith James F
Schaster Christian
Shock Henry
Sleightor Tunis
Trunin Wm
Topper Michael ' '
Thompson Jonn
Thaynor Isaac, D '.-
Thnmnson J C
Trnstrs of Riley township
Torn Faria . - . . , .
Tiller W F ..
Vooshier Eiga
3
Welch Palrics:
Wright Eihanor .
Ward Joh
Williams A
Warner Daniel
Walters M-ch tel . .
Yabergan William. .
- - : W. M. STARK, P, M.
October 1, 1849 3 w,
B3 Persons inquiring for any of the above letters, will
please say they are "advertised. .. .. v .
'jiitentioti Farmers ! J
I have Removed my Store
BACKtofhe Old Corner formerly occupied by me,
(opposite Deal's olHavfn stiiu.l) and known as the
the 'Wall villa Cash Store, and liave opened out a splen
did stock of
ew
jast received, whicb will be sold St very Low Prices.
Having a. plenty of ttarerhonse storage, I shall buy
most Vrnda of produce, such as the Farmer" have -to sell.
If therefors, yon have WI.eat, Corn. Oats, Flax, Clover,
- or Timotay-Seeils, Hides, Pelts, Bolter, Eggs, Rags,
' &c. Bee., give m a call and you win got Ihe
Best PriccH the mllarkrl affords,
My present slock in extent and variety, surpasses any 1
have ever be fere offered to the jmbiicj . and as to prices,
ny motto will be .. .
JYotto be ITndcrsoldl
- Some people Ih'nii (hat M da a great deal of business,
they mast make 'a great deal of raise. But, Fasmers,
will yea be flattered and deceived by flags and noise,
showy signs and flalsely colored advertisemknts?. No!
- The intelligent Farmer -wiH Judge for himself and in the
ad patronize the wan who dees business upon the fair-
st termsut,-.; .: - -
Come op then, to the 01d Corner'
opposite to Deal's old sisad. and ra a quiet war w will
.. anow von our goods and prices.
Come and look if you do not wish to buy.
3T Storage for Grain. favorahli lerms.
Oct. 630 C. J. PETTIBOXE.
Hoots anfl Slices.
ONE of the largest', best and cheapest stocks of Men's
Women's and Children's Boots and Shoes ever of
fered, just opened at . Pkttibonk's.
fTTOBACCO. A new lot of 'Cavendish, very nice, at
L . one shilling, jost opeuod. Call and take a 'chew.1
, PtTTIBORlt-
TTALL GINGHAMS. Beautiful stylea at onlv one
JD ehilling. Call and see them. Also, a splendid lot of
Delaines and wtuter Drers txoods, just received at
PETTtBONKS
Tlfl'Y FRIEND, do yoa want good Goods, and cheap
. Goods, call on PETTI BONE and examine his
new stock jnst openea at ms old stand opposite Ueal's.
UBBER OVER-SHOES. A splencid stock at
r ' - : Pr.TTIBOHE's. "
s
ALT, Sole Leather, &c, &.C., plenty and cheap at
rKTTI BOWK'S,
M
ORk-of that good Tea End Coffee, and a general
assortment ol good family Irroceries. cheap at
" Pettibonk's.
, COME IN, WE CAUL YOU.
STEW FIRM,- NEW GOODS, AND
- ROBERTS, HUBBARD & CO.
HAVING taken the old stand of John R. Pease, and
: purchased the entire stock of Pease & Roberts,
are now having it replenished with the latest aud most
desirable patterns of
COOK, HALL; PARLOR, AIR-TIGHT,
SIX-PLATE AND BOX-STOVES,
ever offbred in this market, which will be sold at
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
to suit purchasers and for which , we wilt take your
'Hides, Skins, Rags, Bees-wax, Tallow, &c, &c
Old Stoves bought aud sold,
' Or exchanged for NEW ONES,
dive ns a call. Don't forget the place, Pease's Brick
Block, Xo. 1, at the sign of the Stove. . ,
ITT Particulars week after next. ' " "'" ' '
iJspt. 29, 1843. 23
'--''
Fremont Cash Store!
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS JUST RECEIVED
One of the Largest and most Splendid
OTOSIE )W tM3)03D)Sp
Ever bronsbt to the Western Country!
PurcJutsed almost entirely 'with Cash, at an
OVERFI-OWISiG MARKET,
And selected with the greatest care, with reference to
- otylo and frice..
A MONO which csn be found in the Dry Goods line,
Xtk. Broadcloths, Cassimers, Satiuetts, Tweeds, Ken
tacky Jeans, Lindseya, Ticking,
: POINTS of every style and price,
together with the largest and most fashionable styles of
tWs Dxtss ooba tvtr Qtxhibxtib,
smong which csn be found English and French Merinos,
(all wool) of every color and style. Mohair Lustres, a
new article, real Alpccas, Turk Satin, gro de Rhine, gro
de 5wiss, and Italian inks lor ureases, ana creseties,
Fringe and Gimps all widths and styles,
Ladies call ana see in em.
SHAWLS, RIBBONS, DRESS-BUTTONS
MFPPS A2V TIPPETS.
in fact almost every article in the Dress line, can be found
at this establishment.
' ncaelt Jtlaele Clothing..'
is sold so cheap that no man need to wear an old gar
ment, incredible as this may seem, the tact cannot le
concealed, corns' and examine the
Frock, Dress and Over Coats, Vests, Pants, Draw-
. , er?. Under-shirts, Occ.
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
HARDWARE, IRON, NAILS AND GLASS,
Crockery tit id, (ilass-icares,
of all discriptions.
SOLE AND UPPER LEA TBER, Lc, dbc.
It is nunecessary to enumerate articles or prices, suf
fice it to ssy, we have purchased an endless variety of
v - Goods at extremely Low Prices, - .
which can and shall be sold so Low that
Competition will find its Harps unstrung. . We are de
determined to max a "ROME HOWL."
A. II. TAYLOR.
BlRCHAUD & DlCAIXSOX'S ) . . ' . .
Old Corner. J
Fremont, Sept 29, 1849 " 29
Jnst Received a New and Splendid lot of
Family Groceries,
SUCH AS
Mackerel, Codfish, Raisons, Ginger, Pepper, Spice,
Ground Sugar aud New Orleans,
Best quality of Coffee, Cheese, Nutmegs, Salteraios,
Star and Tallow Candles, 3
Also a lot of JAMES MOORE'S FLOUR.
t heap for Cash. -,
: . J.F. R.SEBRING.
Sept. 29 29
. J'otice,
S hereby given that the undersigned will mm appli
cation to the cnurt of common pleas of Suuduskv Co..
at the next term thereof, for an order to compound, sell
r file the uiicolle'uted claims due the estate of Djn.el
W. Rdhauser, deceased. W. B. SMITH.
G F. RAHAUSER.
sept. 1527 5 Adinr's of D. W. Rahauser.
CaJi paitt
OR LAND WARRANTS, at
HEAD QUARTERS.
NOTICE.
"XTOTICE is herebv given, that a petition has been
i. 1 filed in the office of tliecler4( of the court of com
mon pleas of Satiduskv couiitv, Ohio, praving said court
to change the name of the towu of Lower Sandusky, in
did cootvty, nnd snlistitute therefor the name ofr remont.
JAMES JUSTICE, ISAAC.VAN DOREN,
L. B. OTIS, SAUDIS BIRCHARD,
ISAAC KNAPP, and one Jiundred other citizens
of said town. Auw. 25 26:5
JVotlce to lUdecm.
NOTICE is hereby given, that application will be
made to the court of common pleas of Sandusky
oounty, Ohio, at Their next session, for an order of re
demption of the following premises which stood charged
for taxes m the name of Harvey J. Harinou, nd sold to
Merrit L, Harmon, December 1 Ith, 1843, to wit:
Iik-lol number onebundred, (100) in the town of Sau-
dusk-, io said countv. MARIA HARMON.
Septembers, lt49. tib:b
.V. lire,
rTl,e Stockll olden of the Lower Sandusky
- I Flank Road Company, are hereby notified that an
assessment of ten per cent, on theircapital stock, is here
by called for, the same to be paid over to John R. Pease,
Treasurer of said Company, in Lower Sandusky, on or
before the I5th day of October, 1849.
JAMts JUSlltt,rre t.
L Q. Rawsos, Sec'y. Sept. I 25:7
1XTISTRY.
DR. Jj. . PARKER, from Cleveland, re
spectfully announces to the publicthat he has per
manently located in Lower Sandusky for the purpose of
practicing surgical and mechanical Dentistry. From the
ample resources which he has enjoyed for acquiring a
thorough knowledge ot the prolession, he leels r.o -.rdent
that he shall be able to give satisfaction to all who may
desire his aid, in the various branches of the profession.
The public are assnred that the utmost care wilt be tak
en to render hisoperat'ons both permanent and useful.
Artificial teeth set on gold plate, in number from a single
oue to a double sett. Pivot teeth inserted in the very
best manner. Carious teeth filled so as to permanently
arrest the declay. Teeth cleaned in such a manner as
not to injure the enamel, 1 eeih extracted With the most
approved instruments.
Dr. rAK.Kr.tt, wishes to be understood that tie is re
sponsible for all liis operations. Persons wishing Dental
operations, are invited to call at his omce, in Caldwell's
lines. Building, over lsr. Chamberliu's omce.
June 30, 1849. 15
i. . Custer's Cslule.
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate by order of
the Court.
Henry Becx, Administrator of A
vs.
. G. Foster, 1
er, et. al.
Francis Manor, and Harriet Foste
IN pursuance of an order of the court of common pleas
of SaudusKV county and state of Ohio, I shall offxr
for sale at vendue on the loth d iy ot Uclober next, be
tween the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and four o'cIock
P. M. at the door of the court house in Lower Sandusky
the following described real estate, to wit:
Beginning at a point on the state road leading from
Providenee to Wuterville, on the west line of land which
on the 2d day of December, A. D. 1347 was proposed to
be given by Peter Matior, deceased, to his son Peter
Manor, Jr., running thence southwardly along said line
on a part of which at said date a fence beiug the western
boundary of land then in possession of Peter Manor, jr.,
to the Wabash and Brie canal, thence westwardty along
said canal forty rods, thence northwardly paralel with the
first mentioned line to the said road, theuce along the
same eastwardly, to the place of beginning, containing
scventeeu and one-half acres in Lucas county, Ohio.
Also the south-east quarter and the east half of the
south-west quarter of section number eleven, township
nurvber seven, range number fourteen, containing two
hi.ndred and forty acres in Ottawacouuty Ohio.
The said lands belong to the estate of A. G. Foster,
late of said Sandusky county deceased.
HENRY BECK,
Sept 22 28:4 Adrn'r of A. G. Foster.
CHARLES L. SEGUR'S ESTATE.
Sale of Real Estate by order of Court.
IN pursuance of an order of the court of common ideas
of SandufiV county and state of Ohio, 1 shall offer for
sale at vendue on the 15th dav of October next, between
the hours of 10 o'cIock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M., at
the door of the court house in Lower Sandusky, the fol
lowing described real estate, to wit:
The east half of the north-west quarter of section num
ber two in township number five, north of range number
thirteen containing 80 acres more or less.
Also the undivided five-sixth part of tract number one
hundred and one, of the Maitmee and Western Reserve
Road lauds, containing one hundred eighteen and fifty
two oue-hundredths acres subject to the dower estate of
Catharine Segur aud Harriet Segur.
R. T. BUCKLAND,
Sept. 22 28:4 Adm'r of C. L. Segur.
' NOTICE TO THE
Tax payers of Sandusky county.
: m ,
Trkasvkkb's Omet, I
Lower Sandusky, August 28r 1849. J
' I lHE tax payers of Sandusky county will take notice.
JL that the following taxes have been levied in said
connty for the year 1849 to Witt .
For state purposes, 3 mills on the dollar valuation;
tor county, $4,UUU; .for county debt, $3.UUU; tor poor,
$1,000; for poor-house and farm, $1,000; for interest.
$5UU; for common school, $1,1)01); and lor bridge pur
poses, $500; amounting to 4.75 mills on the dollar
There have been levied for township purposes the follow.
ing rates, to wit: In the township of Tdwnsend, 0.50;
Riley,0.75; Ballville, 0.53; Sandusky, U.25; Jackson
0.25; Washington. 0.25: Scott. 0.25; Woodville, 0.75
and Rice 0.3 mills on the dollar valuation. There are
also the following special school and school-house levies,
to wit: In Townsend school d'strict unmber two, 3 mills;
in district number six, 115 mills, aud in district number
eight, 1 mill on the dollar. In Green Creek, districts
numbers two, four, seven end nine, I mill on the dollar.
In district number eight, Riley, I mill on the dollar.
In districts numbers six and twelve, Hallville, 1 mill on
the dollar. In district number one, Sandusky, 14 mills
on the dollar. In district number two, Scott, I 4-5 mills
on the dollar; and in Woodville, in district number two,
1 2-3: number three, 3; and in number five 1 mill on
the dollar. In Rice, an additional school tax of $150 is
levied, and in the town of Lower Sandusky a corporation
tax of $ 1, 0(H) is levied. And for the benefit of the Wood
ville and Rollersville Free Turnpike Road, on all prop
erty within one and a-half miles on each side of said road
in Madison, and within one mile in Woodville township,
mills on the dollar are levied.
Makiusr the rates of taxation (excepting the special
rates above mentioned) in the several townships as fol-
ows:
3?
ST o
York, ' 3
Townsend, 3
GreenCreek, 3
Riley, 3
Ballville, 3
Sandusky, 3
Jackson, 3
Washington, 3
Madison, 3
Scott, a
Woodville, 3
Rice, 3
4.75
4.75
4.75
4.75
4.75
4.75
4.75
4.75
4.75
4.75
4.75
6.75
1.33
1.60
1.40
2.20
1.50
2.20
1.60
1.50
2.50
2.20
2.00
.75
9.08
9.85
9.15
10.70
9.83
10.20
9.60
9.50
10.25
10.20
10.50
11.08
.50
.75
.68
.25
.25
.25
.25
.75
.58
The subscriber will attend at his office in Lower San
dusky, until the 20th December, for the purpose of re
ceiving taxes.
N li. After the 20th December the duplicated will
pats into the hands of deputy collectors when penalty
and mileage will be charged on all taxes that remaiu due
and unpaid. r
1 ax payers will slso particularly notice that notes of no
bank except those of this state, chartered under the new
bankiug law, will be received for taxes.
O. MclN'OKIS,
Sept 1 25 :7 Treas. Sandusky county.
Goods at Cost!
D. BETTS,
HAVING been burnt out by the late Fire, would an
nounce to the public that he has saved a part of his
goods, which he has removed to Gen. Bell's corner op
posite C. J. Pettibone's store, where he will offer Goods
Lower than have ever been sold in this market, as
he is desirous to close off his present
stock, at COST, either by -WHOLESALE
OR RETAIL.
A large assortment of Ladies' summer shawls, ging
hams, de laiues, and dress goods of vnrious kinds. Also,
Cbiua pearl, and Leghorn bonnets, going at cost and
do mistake.
Cloths, Cassimeres,
SatUneiles, Vestings,
Eur Hats, Boots and Shoes,
all of which will be sold regardless of PROFIT.
Cradle and Grass sythes. Pitch Forks, &c. , going at
cost. All who wish to purchase cheap goods will
save money to call before purchasing elsewhere.
iower Oiindusky, July4tli, '43. -
FIRST ARRIVAL!
O ' .V.E 85 VJ L, Li GOODS.
HEAD QUARTERS!!
MR. RI5.DAIiL,
HAS sent on a beautiful assortment of NEW FALL
GOODS, from Nw York, which have just arriv
ed and are now opening at KENDALL & N1MS'
HEAD QUARTERS ! !
August 20, 1849.
chancery J'ol ice.
State of Ohio, Sandmky county court cf common
pleas In chancery.
John D. Pheiiix aud Daniel A- Phenix,
vs.
Isaac Knapp.
BY virtue of a decretal order to me directed and issued
from the Court of Comino:: Pleas of Sandusky coun
ty, Ohio, I shall offer at public sale, at the door of the
Court House in Lower Sandusky in said county, on the
15th day of October next, between the hours of tea o'
clock A. M. and four o'clock, P. M. the following lands
and tenements, to wit:
In-Lots numbers, one hundred twenty-five, two hun
dred forty-two, two hundred fifty-three, two hundred fifty-five,
two hundred fifty-six, two hundred fifty-eight,
two hundred seventy-six, two hundred seventy-seven,
two hundred eighty-two, and two hundred eighty-three,
situate in the town of Croghansville, in said county,
and so designated on the original plat of said town. Al
so, lot number two in school section number sixteen in
township number five, range number sixteen in said
county. Also, a certain other lot in said section desig
nated on the plat of said section, as lot number three;
said last two parcels containing in all one hundred and
ten acres, excepting atid reserving from the same twenty-five
acres heretofore conveyed to Samuel Newman.
I alien as the property or Isaac Knapp, to satisfy a de
cree reudered in said court in favor of John D. and Dan
iel A. Phenix aud against said Knapp.
R. P. BUCKLAND,
Sept 15 27:5 Master in Chancery.
chancery Jotice.
State of Ohio, Sandusky county, court of common
picas In chancery. .
Ami W . Cutter, 1
vs.
William K. Dana, et. at. )
BY virtue of a decretal order issued in this case, to me
directed and delivered, I Bhall offer for sale at ven
due, on the I5th day oi October, next, between the hours
prescribed by law, at the door of the court house of said
county in Lower Sandusky the following described real
estate situate in said county, to wit:
The north-west n,uarter of section number thirty-six,
iu township number four, north of range number fifteen,
containing one hundred and sixty acres of lund more or
less, iu Sandusky county, Ohio.
Taken as the property of William K. Dana, et al, to
salisfy a decree rendered in said court in favor of Ami W.
Cutter, and against said Dane, et al.
CHESTER EDGERTON,
Sept 15 27:5 Special Master.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE
Notice is lierfby given, that the following Adminis
trators and Guardians have filed in the office of the
cleric of thn court of common pleas, their accounts cur
rent for finnl settlement: Abram Neff, Adm'r of Jacob
Neff; R. P. Buckland, Ddm'r of John Myers, and Ja
cob Desselms, Guardian of Martha A. Houpt.
P. CAPPER, Dep. Cler.
Clerks office, Oct. 63
Wantt l at ttais Office,
CORDS good Hickory and Ash wood. To those
who have promised us Wood we say. we want
Freeman Office, L. Sandusky, May 26.
10
TJROADCLOTIIS, Vestings and woolen Goods, very
JL tKl cheap.
If vou want a new suit call on
FprTWONB.
If thousands of Cherts of Scrofula. Conors, Syphilis, and otkrr
mpurs diseases of tke Blood and if the very SMALL QUANTI
TY tckich was. used of a Medians to effect Cures of such Diseases,
he any proof of the purifying medical power in the Medicine which
has subdued and conquered such Diseasesthen there is mmestion'
able evidence that
BRANT'S INDIAN
PURIFYING EXTRACT
Medicine, in every respect ; and there is abundant proof,
to great cures effected, that ONE BOTTLE of it contain mart
puntying, healinij virtue, and medical power, than there is con
tamed in Four Bottles of any earmpariUa, or any other medicine
taat has ever been offered for sale. There is undoubted proof
in our pamphlets that by the use of this great Indian Purifier,
they that were Dying yet Live they that were Lamb and
CSIFPI.ID can now Wiu-hej that were Sick, ScboTOLOCS
and otherwise diseased, have been Hsaud and Coaso
Hundreds Thousands
who have used Beast's Pustrrsa. after having used and tested
Ati. the sarsapardlas and other medicines recommended to cure
blood diseases, have decided that
Brant's is the Cheapest,
because One Bottle of it has more medical, curative matter in it,
ana, in consequence, cures mart disease in much less time, than
one bottle of any other medicine.
If. then, ONE Bottle of Brant' 5 PuairiKE will cure FOUR
TIMES more disease than one bottle of sarsaparilla, - Hkant's
Purifier" would be as cheap at four dollars a bottle, as sarsapa
l(tS,?7 f?- vBuf BRANrS PURIFIER ia sold for only
ONE DOLLAR a bottle ; and as a bottle of it has cured, and is
capable of curing, Four Times ss much disease as one bottle of
tarsapantta, therefore sarsaparilla, in consequence of its less now
er and less medical efficacy, should be sold at no mors than
TwaugFm Cents per bottle, to be as cheap as the PuaiFlxa at
One Dollar's Worth!
How much Cancer how much Syphilis how much Scso
FotA wUl One Dollar's worth of Bra,U s PURIFIER cure Read
the following statement which is a specimen of iu power.
CANCEROUS SCROFULA !
This Is the case of a Dying man who yet lives. He was cured
of a worse case of Scrofula, by only Twelve Bottles of Brant's
Purifier, than ever was cured by the use of Twelve Gallons of
the best sarsaparilla that was ever made. Sarsaparilla has not
njfrcient medical power to effect the cure of such a retoitingly
hopeless case.
Mr. J. B. Haskin, of Rome, Oneida Co.N.Y had Scrofula four
years was confined to his bed the last year he was so much
diseased and debilitated as to be unable to raise his hand to his
head. He had the best medical advice had used all of the best
sursaparillas to no good effect got worse and worse, and was con
sidered to be in a Dying State, and could not live twenty-four
hours longer, when he commenced using BRANT'S PURIFIER.
His neck was eaten nearly off, from ear to ear a hols was eaten
through bis windpipe, under his chin, so that he breathed through
the hole his ear was so eaten around that it could be lifted up
out of its place, It only holding by a small piece the use of ons
arm was destroyed by two Ulcers an Ulcer under, the arm. as
large as a man's hand, had nearly eaten through his side rate his
body. Thus he was afflicted with tioenrv such putrid, acrid, offen
sive Ulcers, on various parts of his person. For further and full
particulars, see oar Pamphlets.
Doct. Thomas Williams, one of the most skilful physicisos
of Rome, wss called to see Haskin the day before he commenced
using Brants Purifier. Doct. W. examined him, and then told
him that all the mediants in the world could not curt him that
his case was - .
Worse than Hopeless ! . -
Now bear Mr. HASKIN'S statement of cure. He saw - My
wile procured one bottle of BRANT'S PURIFYING EXTRACT
of BtsseU (t Leonard, Druggists, of Rome. I commenced using
that, and began to get better that bottle enabled me to get
off my bed, where I had been confined one year the second bot
tle enabled me to get out of the house the third botde enabled
me to Walk Two Miles, to Rome Centre, where 1 procured Sic
Bottles more ; and when had finished using them. Seventeen out
of Twenty Ulcers had healed up and three bottles mors effect
ed a PERFECT CURE of aU the Ulcers, and restored me to
good health."
FOURTEEN WITNESSES !
Mr. HASKIN has sworn to the above facts, and the facts are
witnessed and certified to by DOCT. T. WILLIAMS Mr. G. R.
BROWN, proprietor of the West-Rome Hotel Messrs. B1SSELL
4. LEONARD. Wholesale and retail Druggists and ELEVEN
other respectable witnesses.
We Challenge the World
To PROVE a Cure of as revolting and utterly hopeless a esse of
Scrofula, by the ase of TEN TIMES as much sarsaparilla, or
any other medicine, as was used of Brant s Purifier to effect the
above cure which cure shall be proved by as many weU-kntmn,
respectable witnesses, as is the above cure
JFor stile
by
SHEETS & BELL,
C. RMcCULLOCH,
i Lotrer Sandusky, O.
D. E. HARKNESS, Green Creek,
r
C. POWERS, & Co., Woodville.
. All letters and orders must be addressed to
WALLACE & CO.,
27smly 108 Broadway, N. Y.
In all Christianized and civilized countries lias caused a larger
proportion of deaths than any other malady that afflicts the hu
man family ; and, until within a few years, there has not been
any certain remedy to atop the devastation of the destroyer. But
now
BRANT'S INDIAN
PULMONARY BALSAM
Cures very many of the most ttronghf marked and developed
cases of Pulmonary Consumption real, undoubted cases of v.
eerated and diseased L UNGS such hopeless casea as were never
before cured by any other medicine. So utterly hopeless were
some of tire afflicted persons, as to have been pronounced by
physician and friends to be actually dyins. Some, who had
their burial -clothes made, have been cured, and yet liveothers,
who it was said would not live another day, are now aa well
and hearty as they ever were.
It possesses all the cleansing and purifying virtues nearly aa
powerful and active as the preparation which we call
BRANT'S INDIAN PURIFYING EXTRACT.
This differs from that, because this possesses several other Medi
cations which are peculiarly adapted to, and are essentially nsccs
eary, to cure
Coughs and Consumptions,
and all diseases a pulmonary nature such diseases as usually
prove so fatal u. .c ordinary treatment, when they attack the
Breast, Throat, Lnugs, and Heart
This BALSAM heals and cures Ulcers in the Lungs, and else
where internally, as certainly and easily as the PuairriNO Ex
tract cures and heals ulcers externally. This Balsam cures nine
cases of Cough and Consumption out of ten, after all other reme
dies have failed to do good.
Thousands of Consumptions
and Chronic Coughs, abundantly prove Its unfailing rfficacy in
such diseases, and its undoubted curative power, and soothing,
healing properties, in the following complaints and disetises. viz. :
Spitting of Blood, Bleeding at the Lungs. Pain in the Breast and
Side, Wight-Sweats, Nervous ConvlairUs, palpitation of the Heart,
Cholera Infantum, Dysentery and Summer Complaints in Children
aad Adults, Asthma, and ALL
FEMALE WEAKNESSES AND COMPLAINTS.
No remedy that has been offered to the public hfts ever been
half as certain and effectual in correcting ALL the incidental weak
nesses and irregularities of the female sex, as BRANTS PVLMO
NARY BALSAM. It makes no difference whether the derange
ment be suppression, excess, or other incidental weakness it REG
ULATES ALL, by strengthening the system, equalizing the cir
culation, and soothing and allaying NERVOUS IRRITABILITY
See our Pamphlets for proof,
CONSUMPTION.
A Dying Woman Cured !
We state this cure to prove the power to save Ufa, when thia
BALSAM is used, even after the person ia considertd by physi
cian and friends to be in the last stages of disease actually dy
ingand, in this case, so for gone that the shroud and burial
clothes were bought For the particulars of this case, and the
respectable and undoubted proof of all the circumstances and
fects, we refer to our PAMPHLETS.
This cure was effected on Mrs. ZIBA DYKEMAN. of BaUston
Spa, Saratoga Co.. N. Y. We can prove, beyond a doubt, many
others almost equally as hopeless, and innumerable casea of Coughs
and Consumptions CURED, which were pronounced incurable
by skilful physicians.
LIVER COMPLAINT.
See the cure of Dr. Hubbard, of Stamford, Ct., and others.
Dyspepsia !
See the cure of T. S. Wilcox, merchant, of Attica, Wyoming Co.
K. Y., and many more, in our Pamphlets.
Dysentery and Summer Complaint
in Children and Adults are always cured. Weakly Children will
become fleshy, healthy, and hearty, and grow rapidly, by the us
of this BALSAM.
No mother need ever mourn the death of her child bv Chol
era Infantum, while tecthiog, if BRANTS PULMONARY
BALSAM be administered. It should bo, for such cases, given la.
larger than the ordinary doses.
JTor sate by
SHEKTS & BELL, ) T c? j t r
c r Mcculloch, j r s?- -
D. E. HARKNESS, Green Creek,
C. POWERS & Co., Woodville.
AH letters and orders must be addressed to
WALLACE & CO.,
27smly 106 Broadway, N. Y.
BELL & SHEETS,
Ilttffiicitnis anil Surgeons,
LOWER SANDUSKY, OHIO.
OFFICE Second Story of Knnpp's BuilJinj.
July 7, 1643. !
15 " Petition in Ciisncerf. ' -
State of Ohio, Sandusky county court of eommot
- pleas Iu chancery. T. . w---
John K. Bartlelt, . 1 '::'. ' '
vs. . '. -' v:" -:- !
Samuel Barllett and olliers. ) ' . !- ' "
HPHE said Samuel Bartlatt of Indiana. Richard IT
L Barllett of Iowa, and Kliznberh Babfa of Butler
county, Ollio, ars hereby notified that the saul Johu K
Kartlvlt, on the fourth d'afof Juue. 1849. filed hii peti
tion in the Clerks office of the eourt of common pleas of
sanutisxy county, Ohio, against them and others, set
ting? forth in- substance that, on or about the 14th day
of August, I84d, Samuel Bartlelt, of Suitdnsky counlv,
Ohio,, now deceased, but then In lift , Sold to John'
Barllett, forty acres of land, described s follows:
Beginning al the sonlh-west corner ol .the east part of
the uortn-west quarter of fractional section nnmber thrr-ty-four,
in township number four, north of range num
ber sixteen, in Sandusky county. Ohio, thence east one
hundred and seventeen rods and fifteen links, thence
north fifty-four rods anil ten aud one-half links, Ihe'uce
west one hundred aud seventeen rods and fifteen links,
thence south fifty-four rods aud ten and one-half links,
to the place of beginning: upon condition, that said John
should, during the natural lives of said Samuel, deceas
ed, and his wife Elizabeth, now deceased, or during
the life of either of them, maintain and support them,
which said condition ss id John has fully complied with.
Said petitioner alleges that in September, 1848, said
Samuel and Elizabeth died at Sandusky county, without
deeding said land to said John, and leaving said Samuel,
Richard and Elizabeth and others, his heirs, who refuse
to deed said laud to said John, although he has hac the
full and quiet possession thereof, ever since said agree
ment, since the fourteenth dy of August, 1848
The prayer of said petitioner is, that said Samuel,
Riehard, Elizabeth and others, release their respective
interests as children and heirs of said Samuel, deceased,
to eahl John. And they are hereby notified to plead,
answer or demur to said petition within sixty days after
th e next term of said conrt, or that in default to do so. ' a
decree pro confess will be taken at the next term of
said court thereafter. t-
C. K. WATSON,
Sept. 8 26:6 Solicitor for Compl
Chancery Notice.
State of Ohio, Sandusky county court of common
pleas in chancery.
Ebenezer W. Arms, ) " -
vs.
Richard Carman. J
BY virtue of a decretal order issued out of the court
of common pleas of Sanduskt countv Ohio, to me
directed and delivered I shall offer at public sale, at the
door of the court house inLower Sanduskv in said nnuntr
on the fifteenth day of October. A. D. 1849, between
the hours prescribed by law, the following described lands
and tenements to wit: '
The sooth half of the north-east Quarter of section
number three in township number four, north of ranee
number fourteen, containing ninety one and ninety-two
one-hundredths acres. And. the north-west quarter of
the north-east quarter of the same section, containing
forty-five and ninety-six one-hundredths acres, except
one acre in the north-west corner iu such form as to in
clude the buildings thereon. And the south-east quar
ter of the north-west quarter of the same section, con
taining lorty-six aad twelve one-hundredths acres in
Sandusky county, Ohio, being the lauds deeded by Ja
cob Fraber and wife to said Carman. "
Taken as the property of Richard Carman, to satisfy
a decree in said court in favor of Ebenezer W. Arms.
and against said Carman.
R. P. BUCKLAND,
Sept 8 26 .5 Master in Chancery.
thancery AotiCe.
State of Ohio, Sandusky county court of common
picas in cnancery.
Stephen Willetts and Edmond Willetts,
' vs. ; " '.
Isaac Street. '
BY yirtue of a decretal order to me directed, and issu
ed from the nnnrr nf fnrrt rn . ,JU r Q .... .1 ..
county, and state of Ohio, 1 shall offer at public sale at
1 1. r,r tii. nA,, u r o . i :
county, on the 15th day of October, A. D. 1849, be
tween the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and four o'clock
P. M. the following described lands, and tenements,
to wit: , '
The north-west quarter of the north-east quarter in
section number twenty-nine, in township number five
north, range number seventeen in SaudusKV county,
containing forty acres, be the same more or less.
Taken as the property of Isaac Street to a itisfy a de
cree in said court in favor of Stephen Willetts and d-
1 1X7:11 ... ...
IIIUUU TT UIBLS.
R. P. buckland;
Sept 8 26:5 Master in Chancery.
Chancery Notice.
Sale of Ohio, Sandusky county court of common
pleas In, chancery.
La Quiuio Raws on,
vs.
Joseph Meek.
I)Y virtue of a decretel order to me directed and fssu-
JJ ed from the court of common nleas of Saudnekv
county Ohio, I shall offer at public sale, at the door of
the court house in Lower Sandusky, in said county, on
the 15th day of October next, between the hours of ten
o'clock A. M. and 4 o'cIock P. M. the the following
lands and tenements, to wit:
The west half of the north-eat quarter of section
number twenty-three, in township number five north of
range numDer sixteen containing eighty acres of land iu
SandnsKy county, Ohio.
TaKen as the property of Joseph Meek, to satisfy a
decrea in said coUrt in favor of LaQuiuio Rawson, and
against the said Joseph Meek.
U. P. BUCKLAND,
Sept 8 26 :5 Master in Chancery.
Chancery Notice.
Alexander II. Ewing's Adm'r, ) Conrt common pleas,
VS. SANDCSKT COUtlTT, OHIO
Benjamin Meeker and others. S in chancrry.
TJY virtue of a decretal order issued in the above en -
XJ titled cause, I shall offer for sale at vendue on the 13'h
day of October next, between the hours prescribed by
law, at the door of ttie conrt house of said county, ik
Lower Sandusky, the following described real estate
situate m said con ut v. to wit:
In-lots number fifty-one and fifty-two as described on
Ewing's addition to the town plat of Lower Sandusky,
said lots being five rodsecch on Water street, bounded of
the south by Ewiug st-eet, on the north by an alley, on
the east by lands heretofore sold by contruct to Riverius
ISirtweil, in said county.
TaKen as the property of Benjamin MeeKer end oth
ers to satisfy a decree of said court in favor of A. H. Ew-
ing, aud against Benjamin MeeKerand others.
C. EDGERTONT,
Sept. 1 25 :5 Special Master.
Chancery SToticc.
State of Ohio, Sandusoy county, court of commnn
' pleas In chancery.
La Q Rawson, )
vs. i
Thomas Gallagher, virtue of a decretal order
Aaron Lovelaud, et al. S -O issued out of the court of
common pleus of Sandusky connty Ohio, to me directed
and delivered, 1 shall oner at public sale on the I Jill day
of October next, between the hours of HI o'clock A. M.
and 4 o'clock P. M. the following described lauds and
tenements, to wit:
1 he east half of the north-east quarter of section
number thirty-six, (No 36) township number five, (5)
north of range number filteen, (la) contaium? eighty
and forty-four one-hundredtlisacres of land in Saudusky
coutity, Ohio.
Taken as the piopertyof suid Gallagher and Loveland
to satisfy a decree in fnvor of La Q. Rawson and others.
CHESTER EDfjELlTOM,
Sept 125 :5 Special Master.
CHANCERY NOTICE.
Ewing, 1 Sandusky Countv Court of Com-
A. H.
vs.
moil 1 lens:
re. S W CHANCERY.
. Russel
HI Y virtue of a decretal order to ine directed and issued
I J from the court of common pleas of Sandusky coun
ty, Ohio, 1 shall offer at public sale at the door of the court
house in Lower Sanduskv in said countv, on the 15th
day of October next, A. D. 1843. between the hours of
ten o'clock A. M and four o'clock P. M. the following
lands aud tenements, to wit: ln-Lot number d, as des
ignated on the recorded platt of Ewing's addition to the
town af Lower Siinnnskv, m Sanduskv county, Ohio
Taken as the property of S. Rnssel and wife, to satisfy
a decree in said court iu favor of A. II. Ewing, against
thosaid Rus-el & wife.
JOHN L. GREENE,
Sppt. 8 26:5 -f ecial Miister.
:Z. Chancery. JVotlce. n ,,;T -
Court of common pleat of Sandusky county and
,r ' - State of Ohio -In chancery.'.. '
Mary P. Ewing and Edgar M. Gregory; Administrators
of Alexander H, Ewing deceased, i
vs. - - -, , si,
Joseph A CowuVik - . - .
Joseph A . Cowd' n will take notice that Mary V.
Eaing i.ud Euitar M. Gregory, Administrators ut
Alexander II. Ewing, tale of Hamilton county aad state
of Ohio, deceased, tome fifed tbeir bill in chaucery, in
the conrt of common pUas of said Sundnekv. county, the
substance and prayer of which bill ia. that said Cowden
on the 18lh day ol th-Cember A. D. 1841 , eut ired into a
written contract with a,. id Alexander II. Ewing, for the
purchase f In-lol number forty-seven, (No. 47) as
known and described i" Ewing's additssu to th town
plat of Lower Sanduskv iu said SsHtduekv countv, aad
said Cowden ly said contract agreed to p y said Alex
under H. Ewing the sum of three hundred dollars, to
wit: Fifty dollars on the"18th day of December In each
of the years 1842. 1843, 1644, 1845, 1846, and 1847, to
gether with the interest on the whole sum annually, and
to pay all taxes oh sa d lot after the year 1841; that
said Cowden has failed to pay said several sums of mon
ey, and said bill prays that said in-Iut may be sold for tbs
payment of the same. - '.'":
The said Cowden ia further Notified that nnless he ap
pear and plead, answer or demur 'o said bill within sixty
data efter the rising of the next term of said court, said
bill and the tnatiers therein aledged will be taken for
confessed aad a decree rendered accordingly.. . ;
Sept 125 :tl " - Sol, for complainants.
i'.htntecry JYotice. ; -'
A. H. Ewing, . ) Sandusky Connty eourt of Com-
vs. . - - mon Pleas, i .
Russel Dixon.etal IN CHANCERY." - .
Bf virtue of a decretal order issued out of the court of
Commou Pleas, of Sandusky connty, Ohio, to me di
rected and delivered, I shall offer at publie sale, at the
door of the Court House, in Lower Sandusky, on the
13th dayot October next, between the hours prescribed by
law tha following lands and tenements, to wit: In Let
number 12 as known and described in Ewing's addition
to the town plat of Lower Sandusky, to satisfy a decree
in said coart in favor of Alexander II. Ewing and a-
gaipat Solomon N. Russel, Sbubal H. Russell aud
William P. Dixon. ..j
JOHN L. GREENE, ..
Sept& 26:5 Special Master..;
Chancery Xotice. ' ;
La Q- Rawson ) Sandusky connty court of Coin-
vs. j . mon Pleas,
Eleier Willev, . S IN CHANCERY.
BY virtue of a decretal order issued oat of the eourt ef
common pleas of Sandusky county, Ohio, to me di
rected and delivered, 1 shall offer at public sate, at the
door of the Court House, in Lower Sandusky, on the 13th
day of October uext, between the hours prescribed by law,
the following described lands and tenements, to wit. The
east half of the south, west quarter of sectien thirty six,
township six, north range Fifteen in said Sanduskt coun
ty, containing 80 acres more or less, to satisfy a decree
iu said court in faeor of La Q. Rawson. : .
CHESTER EDGERTON, ; ?
Sept 1 25:5 ' Special Master.
Chancery 'ot ice.
Alexander H. Ewing's Adm'r
Vs. , . . court common pleas.
David Swank, ... sasdoset cobstt, .
George Wall and others. J ' is cbasckrt. '
BY virtue of a decretal order issued in thiseausa, to me
directed and delivered I shall offer for sale at Vendue
on tha 13th day of October next, between the hours pre
scribed by law, at the door ef the court house ia said
county, in Lower Sjandosky, the tollowiug described real
estate, to wit! '
In-lot number one, as described on Kwnio's addition
to the town of Lower Sandusky, Sandusky county, O.
Taken as the property of swank oc Wall to satisfy a
decree iu said court in favor of A. H. Ewing.
CHESTER EDGERTON, v ' .
Sept 1 25 :5 Special Master. .
. Chancery Aioticc. ." ' '
Court of common pUa, Sandusky county and elate
of Ohio In chancery.
Alexander H. Ewing
vs. .
Levi P. Dorrison,
BT virtue of a decretal order issued oat of th court
of common pleas of Sandusky county Ohio, to me
directed and delivered, I shall offer at public sate, at the
door of the court house, in Lower Sandusky, on the
15th day of Ootobar nex, between the hours prescribed
by law, the following described lands and tenements,
to wit:
In-lot nnmber fifteen,' as designated in the recorded
town plat of Ewing's addition to the town of Lower San
dusky, Sandusky county, Ohio.. . -
-Taien as the property of Levi V. Dorrison, to satisfy
a decree in said court hi favor of Aldxauder H. Ewiug
agaiust the said Levi P. Dorrison.,
JOHN L. GREENE, . .
Sept 8 26 ' ' . - Special Master.
CHANCERY NOTICE. ;
State of Qhio, Sandusky county court of common
picas In chancery.
Thomas Ogle, ' '
'" VS. ' ".
Michael Ernspergtr and Phebe Ernaperger his wire,
Elias Ernsperger and Margaret Erusperger his wile,
aud George Purlenberger. ' -'r,-i' '
BY virtae of a decretal order to me directed, and isse
ed out of the court of common pleas of Sandusky
county and state of Ohio, I shall offer at public safe,
at the door of the court house in Lower Sandusxy, in
said county, ou the I5th day of October next, between
the hours of ten o'cIock A. M. and four o'clock P. M.
the following deaeffbed lands and tenements, to wit;
The north-east quarter of section number fourteen, in
township number four north in range number fifteen con
taining one hundred and sixty acres of land more or less,
in Saudussy county, Ohio. . - :
Takeu as the property of Michael Ernsperger, Eliaa
Ernsperger and George Pnffenburger, to salisfy a decree
iu favor of Thomas Ogle.
... R. p. BUCKLAND, - :
Sept. 8 26 :5 Master in Chancery. ?
CHANCERY NOTICE.
Fredericks. Shaefer,
Thomas PiuKerton,
John PinKerton,
Samuel PiuKerton,
George PiuKerton,
Court of common pleas,
Sanduexy county O,
JN CHANCERY.,
Jacob Heberhnp, ,
Gabriel Reum&.wife,& . . . . ' .
Casper Smith and wife. S . -
BY virtue of a decretal order issued out of the court of
common pleas of Sandusxy county, and state ef
Ohio, to me directed aud delivered, 1 shall offer at publie
sale a1 the door of the court house in Lower Sandusky,
in said county on the 13th day of October next between
the hours of ten o'clock A M, aud four o'clock f M, the
following liic!s and tenemen s, to wit: ,
Being iu-lot number twenty-one, (21) in Heberling's
addition to the town of Lower t-'andusky, on tha east ride
of the Sandusky river. In Saudussy county Ohio.
Taken as the property of Thomas Pinkerton, et al, te
satisfy a decree in favor of Fredericjc S. Shaefer. .
CHESTER EDGERTON,
Sept i 25:5 Special Master.
CHANCERY NOTICE,- - - .; j.
Lemuel G. Jones and ) . " '. .
Rassilas P. Jones, - Conrt of common plsas,
vs. ( Sandasxy countv, O. -
James P. Berry, et al j ;
BY virtue of a decretal order, issued ont of tke court of
common pleas of Sandusky county, and state of
Ohio, to me directed and delivered, I shall offer at publio
sale at the door of the court house, in Lower Sandusxy,
in snid counlv, ou the 13th day of October next, between
the hours often o'cIock A M, aud lour o'cIock P M, the
following lands and tenements, to wit: '
Being the west half of the south-west quarter of section
number twenty-oiue, (29) township number six, (6)
north of range fourteen east, eontsiumg eighty acres
more or less. And thesouth half ortbe south-west quar.
ter of the north-west quarter ol section number twenty
nine, (29) township nnmber six X6) north, of rang four
teen, containing twenty acres more or lessen Sandusijr
county. Ohm. :
Taioii as the property of James P. Berry, et al, to sat
isfy a decree in favor ol "Lemuel G Jonta ano1 Rassilas P .
JneS' CHESTER EDGERTON, .- ,
Sept. 1 25:5 Special Master.

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