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- W i COME IN, WE CALL YOU. . , - A. - NEW FIRM, NEW GOODS, AXD . ? Mow -Linrsi3aEiai5?;1tSo"; --"; V - ROBERTS, HUBBARD & CO. HAVING takes the old stand of Julia R. Peas, and purchased the entire stuck of Peaee &- Roberta, lire now having it replenished with the latent and itios. desirable patterns of COOK. HALL, PARLOR, AIR-TIGHT, SJX-PL A TE AND BOX-STOVES, erer offered in this market, which will be sold at 'WHOLESALE OU RETAIL, te unit purchaser end for which we will take yon Hides, Skins, Rags, Bees-wax. Tallow, &c, Ac Old Stores bought amt sold, '; ; ; . Or exchanged for NEW ONES. . Give noaenlU Don't forget the place, Pease's Brirk Block, o. 1 , .t thesien of the Store. -lLy Particulars w.eek after next. . -i Mept. 29, 1849. - , ' 29 V. .CHEAPER FETII i Stores! : Stores ! ! '.' New Stove Store In Lower Sandnsky! THE SUBSCRIBER! jnst receiving at his Shop on Main-etreet, between Fre'd VanddercnoK's Store Hid Sebring's Grocery, any quantity al Premium, Ma pin hot air, H-ithaway'a improved Ten plate and Box Stores, and better thaa all, Wilksons Sl Co. ; j : KITCHEN WITCH! Principle Patents in 1837, 38, ,47 & 49. The proprietor of this Cooking Stove, with entire con fidence, claim for it.the merit of being the very best in the world, either a to economy, convenience, or durability. Call andexaoiine it, and satisfy yourselves. - - offer the above lot of stores at a small advance above coat, with every variety of Tin, Copper, and Sheet Irou ware, and will famish to order on reasonable terms, Eve trough; Gutter and Condntcor Pipe, and all articles in my lifle warented to be what 1 represent them. . Farmers, Merchants and others are invited to call be fore purchasing elsewhere, as lam determined to make at so object for them to do so. I will also pay a fair-price for all kinds of Merchantable Produce. EJ" Cash paid for any quantity of Sheep Pelts. ,j Oct. 13 31:6m O. H. FUSSELMAX. ; v Chancery Notice. State of . Ohio, Sandusky county court of common ci --,. -' - pleat In chancery. Ebenezer W. Anna,1' ; .. v. -fi Richard Carman. ' r BS" virtue of a' decretal order issued out of the court of common pleas of Sandusky county Ohio, to me directed and delivered I shall offer at public sale, at the door of the court house in Fremont, in said county, on the fifteenth day of January, A. D, 1850, between the boar prescribed by law, the following described lauds ad tenements to ril: ,; ,'; - . . The south half of the north-east quarter of section number three iu township number font-, north of range number fourteen, containing' ninety one and ninety-two eoe-handredths acres. And the north-west quarter of the north-eant quarter of the same section, containing forty-five and ninety-six one-hundredths acres, except one acre in the uorth-west corner in such form as to in clude the baildinga thereon. ' And the sooth-east quar ter of :ih north-west quarter of -the same section, con taining; forty-six-aad twelve one-liundredths acres in Sandusky comity, 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.. - , - i ; - .it, 1. oL.CK.1jA SJ, -. - .... , Dec. 839 :5 Master in Chancery. , A F. & F. ViNDERCOOK, MERCHANTS AND DEALERS - In all kinds of Produce, ! AT the Old Stand formerly occupied by Dickinscn & VanDorea. .' -vFremont.. Sandusky county. Ohio, December 15, '49. FItE.liOJVT SSO USE, .. ..',-' ". Y. "V"-' AND , GEN ERAL-- r .... 1 S T A? GE OFFICE: FREMONT, : SANDUSKY COUNTY, O. V-e .WM.'KESSIiER, Proprietor .T ' MR. KESSLER announces to the traveling public, that he has returned to the above -well-known stand, and is now prepared to accommodate in the best manner, all who may favor him with their patronage. No pains shall be spared to promote te comfert and convenience ofgoeets. Good Stasling and careful Ost lers in .attendance. ; ' ; i ' i ' - . Nov. 24 36 w THE TIME HAS COME , ' WHEN COLDS ANO COUGHS, And affections of the Lungs nsually prevail. .iViCi;" CONSUMPTION ,.; AND those diseases leading to it, are staring folks in the face owing1 to the sudden, changes in the neath er. And those whom the Agne left half-dead, a bad cough will be almost anre to carry off: Therefore, . - S-LOO K HERE! jf It you are troubled with a bad cough, or li.ible to take sudden colds, make haste In try the T. BA LSAM OF BOARBOUND ! JtX Tmt H ie th best cough medicin in n". It has cured thousands. . .There is no mistake about it! ft ha never been condemned aea NOSTRUM. Even the the doctors dare not abuse it, for it has saved multitudes From an nuumely grave. ' . g3T Havi gou got a C ought jg However bad it may be Try the Balsam of Hoarhonnd. X3BT Art you liable to sudden Colds! JI ' Keep the Balsam of Hoarhound conetantlv on hand, and nse it immediately. Consumption is often the result of nepteeted colon. " 1 Have yon a hacking eoagh, difiicnlty of breathing, pain in the side, night sweats? Do not neglect the symptoms of lung disease, for if attended to immediately, they may be removed with one bottle of Balsam of Hoarhound. 33T DELA YS ARE DANGER Q ITS. So dont neglect the remedy, bnt use it at the earliest op portunity. - Dome folks are always suspecting humbtig. baaBbns.humbur'r But there is no hnmhug about this. The Balsam of Hoarhonnd is for Coughs, Colds, &.C.. aed it always relieves them immediately. f ' i :i Only 25 cenis: Try it. ..- - : C. R McCULLOCH. Fremont, Dee. 15, 1849 40:3m Wanted at tills Office, m ' f CORDS good Hickory and Ash wood. To those it) who have promised ns Wood we say. wewant it now. Freeman Office, 1... Bandoaky, May ab. ' Blank Deeds for Sale.' "CXTARRANTY, MORTGAGE, and QUITCLAIM 'if T - ' Li.t,Ua.togetier with a variety of other Blanks, foraaleHth ; FREEMAN OFFICE. llitentioih Farmers! ! " I liave ReinoTed my Store ? BACK to the Old Corner formerly occupied by me, (opposite Deal's old tavern stand) and known as the he 'Ballville Cash Store, and have opeued out a splen did stock of . Mew &oods. juM received, which will be sold at very Low Prices. - Having a plenty of ware-house storage, I shall buy mRt kinds of produce, such as the Farmers have to sell. 1 1 thi-refore, you have Wi.eat, Corn, Oats, Flax, Clover, r Timntay -See.ls, Hides, Pelts, Bnili r,, Eggs, Rags. f. Ac, give m-f a caHl and you will get the 7Sest I'riccs the JJarkel ntTorffs, My present stork in extent and variety, surpasses any I have ever beere offcrod to the pnblic; and as to prices, my motto will be JYot to be Undersold ! Some people think that to do a great deal of business, they must make a great deal of noise. But, Fasiners, will you be flattered and deceived by fl igs and noise, "hwy signs and fldlsely colored Bdvertisemknl? No! I he intelligent Farmer will judge for himself and in the -nd patronize the man who dees business upon the fair t?t trms. . . . Come up then, to the 'Old Corner,' ppiFite to Deal's old stand, and in a quiet way we will liovv you our goods and prices. . f ome and look if you do not wish to buy. :W Storage for Grain on favorable terms. Oct. 6 30 C. J. PETTIBOE. . So ii (I it sky Drug Store. Drugs, Medicines, Oih, Painls and Dye Slvffz, OFFERED for sale on terms that cannot but prove satisfactory to all who wish to purchase the best war rantable articles, at lowest rates will be fou nd here. At Wholesale and Retail, a variety of Paints, viz: While Lead, Red Lead, Pari Green, chrome Green, chrome Yellow, Turkey Umber, Terra desienna,YellowOchre, Vermillion. sugar of Lead, Lampblack of various qualities. Ivory Black, Chinese Vermillion, Gold and silver bronze, cf various shades. copal Varnish, and spirits Turpentine. Also Dye Woods and Stuffs, Madder, Indigo, Alum, Blue Vitriol, cochineal, solution of Tin, Logwood, Fustic, copperas, &c, &c. We have also a good article of lill$eed Oil, AICOHOI, Pure Wines, and Brandy for the sick. Ginger, cream Tartar, soda, Epsein salts, and castor Oil by the quali ty; ali for rflKII that is our moto. Beeswax, Ginseng, sassafras Bark from the Root, to be well washed and dried, and Paper Rags will betaken in exchange for Goods attheircash price. SHEETS Lower Sandusky. June 29, '49. CABINET THE undersigned having bonght ont J. V. Steven son, would respectfully give notice that he continues the business of CABIN ET' MAKING in all itshranches at the old stand, on Croghan street, and solicits a liberal share of patronage. He will keep constantly on hand, and manufacture to order Extra, Common and Dressing Bnreans, STANDS, TABLES, AND BEDSTEADS of every style and price: Also, every other article in the Cahinetline which may be wanted. His work shall be got up in as good style as at any other establishment in the conntry, and afforded al as reasonable rates. The subscriber is also agent for Whitman & Cotton's PI FVFI Awn MA RSI P CAfiTfiRY. and will make contracts for Tomb-Stones, or any other Marhle work on as favorable terms a thev can be made . it i . f I r n.r T-.ur c I , Lower Sandusky, March o, 184. DENTISTRY. DR. Ii. D. PARKER, from Cleveland, re spectfully announces to the public that he has per manently located in Lower Sanduekv for the purpose of practicing curgical ana inecnanicaiuentistry. X rom tne ample resources which he has enjoyed for acquiring a thorough knowledge of the profession, he feels confident hat he shall be able to give satisfaction to all who may desire his aid, in the various branches of the profession. I he public are assured that the utmost care will be tak en to render his operations both permanent and useful. Artificial teeth set on gold plate, in number from a single one to a double sett. Pivot teeth inserted in the very best manner. - Carious teeth filled so a 3 to permanently arrest the declay. Teeth cleaned in such a maimer as not to injure the enamel. 1 eeth extracted with the most approved instruments. Dr. PARKER, wishes to be understood that he is re sponsible for all his operations. Persons wishing Dental operations, are invited to call at his office, in Caldwell's HricK Building, over Ur. Chamberliu's omce. June 30, 1849. 15 FASHIONABLE TAILORING. P. MAXWEIil,, RESPECLFULLT announces that he continues hie business in the second stoiy of Knapp's bnilding, opposite Burger's old stand, where he will be happy to wait on his old customers and all who need any thing in hisline. If you want your garments made np right, and after the Latest Fashion call on MAXWELL. N. B. Particularattention paid to Cutting and warrant ed to fit if properly made up. April 28, '49. Cbancery Xotice. Slate of Ohio, SanditsJcy county, court of common pleas In chancery. Ami W. Cutter, ' vs. William K. Dana, et. al. BY virtue of a decretal order issued in this case, to me directed and delivered, I shall offer for sale at ven due, on the 9th day ot March next, between the hours prescribed by law, at-the door of the court house of said county in Fremont, the following described real estate situate in said county, to wit: The north-west quarter of section number thirty-six. in township number four, north of range number fifteen, containing one hundred and sixty acres of land more or les, in Sandusky county, Ohio. I ahen as the property of William K. Liana, et at, to satisfy a decree rendered in said court in favorof Ami W. Cutter, and against said Dane, et al. t HESTEK EDUEKTON, Jan'y 19 45:5 Special Master. Chancery Notice La Q. Rawsou I jSTaiiduskycountyeourtfCom- vs. Elezer Wilier, ) IN CHANCERY. llfiMl . iro., T ) T virtne of a decretal order issued out of the court of JL common pleas of Sanduxky county, Ohio, to me di reeled and delivered, 1 shall offer at public sale, at the door of the Court House, in Fremont, on the 9th day of March next, betweeu the hours prescribed by law, the following described lands and tenements, to wit. t he east half of the south west quarter of section thirty six. township six, north range Fifteen in said Sandusk coun ty, containing 80 acres more or less, to satisfy a decree in said court in tavor ot La H- Kawson. CHESTER EDGERTON, ' Jan'y 19 45:5 Special Master. Cbancery Notice. State of Ohio, Sandusky county, court of commnn pleas In chancery. La Q. Rawson, ) vs. Thomas Gallagher, TJY virtne of a decretal order Aaron Loveland.et al. X3 issued ont ef the court of common pleas of Sandusky county hio, to me directed and delivered, 1 shall offer at public sale on the 9th dav of March next, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. the following described lands and tenements, to wit: The east half of the north-east quarter of section number thirty-six, (No 36) township number five, (5) north of range number fifteen, (IS) containing eighty and forty-four one-hundredthsacres of land in Sandusky county, Ohio. Taken as the pioperty of said Gallagher and Loveland to satisly a decree in favor of La l. Kawson and others CHESTER EDGERTON, Jan'y 19 45:5 Special Master. " Head Quarter REDEEMING ITS PLEUGE TO THE P E O P ti E KEN DA EL & NIMS have made a great strike iu the purchase of their Goods the present season, buying them very early, tduring the cholera times,) and before the rise iu the market. : J .. The combined stocks of the Elyria St Sandnsky coneerns, on aecountof the large capital employed, ena bles them to purchase in large quantities, directly from i the manufacturers, and their agents, which makes a sa ving of the jobers profits, and enables them to sell at a faircommission less than those who purchase small sin gle stocks of Goods in the ordinary way. They calculate that thy shall he enabled to save the people at least from ordinary prices. Qfk per cent in their Boots, ShOCS, and 'y feather. g PC per cent in their Hardware. Iron and Sails. per cent in their Ready-made Clothing, of warranted quality, of which they have " brought on for the first time a splendid as sortment. V O F Pcr cent on their Groceries, Sugars, Tea and Coffee: and yd jfk per cent an almost every article in the Dry Goods line, such as Merinos, Cash niercs, I'arametas, LaniaCloths,Silks. Calicoes, &c, &c. In consequence of these advantages, they calculate to be abla to save the people of Sandusxy county at least TEN THOISAND DOLLARS, iu the purchase of their goods the present year. This fact, together with the correct opinion of some of their colemporaries, "that the intelligent farmer will judge for himself and in the end patronize the man who does busi ness upon the fairest terms," is the only reason why the public are giving head quarters such TREMENDOUS PATRONAGE. Envy and disappointment will undoubtedly cause ma ny'riETTi" insinuations, and those who indulge in such feelings will often scratch hard to find a "bone" of con tention, and some will soon mace such a mistake as to suppose that success iu business depends upon "noise & how," bnt its all because they never took lessons at Head Quarters, if they had they would have found that they must first sekvk the rr.ori e, and then the peo ple will always remember them in return. October I3th, Ie49. llcmovcd to the Morehouse Building On Hand Again! The Old Emporium is Replenished! GOODS OF EVERY KIND HA VE FELL And are now so cheap that every man, woman and child can bvy as nmch again as they formerly could for the same money. LV. I). COOKE, hasjust returned from New . YorK with a large assortment of Goods, which he now intends to offer to the public at bargaius with which all will be satisfied. Consisting of a general as sortment ot Dry-. od, Groceries, Hard-ware and CROCKERY. He would say to his old customers that he is under many obligations to them for their patronage heretofore, and would cordially invite them to come to the OLE EM- rUKlUM again, as lie can supply all their wants, and give them good bargains: come on, then, all who want goods. Rich or Poor all are treated alike at this estab ishmeut. June 2, '49. E 17 GOODS! RECEIVED BY J. S. OLMSTED, AT HIS OLD STAIVD, OJV THE TVn,VJPIKE, (Opposite Whyler's Tarern. ) I r y G o o d s , B LACK, Brown, Blue and Mixed Cloth Black, mix ed ana tancy nssimeres, Diue, niacK ana mixea Sattineltes. li.enturnv jeans ana tweeas iiotn Red, White and Ye'llow Flannels, Red and blue plaid Cloaking, Girnps, Gringes, Calicoes, Ginghams, Alpaccas, and Lasn Cloths, Shawls and Dress handk'fs. And the most fashionable Fancy Dress Goods For the Lsdies that the N. Y. market can afford bleached and brown shirtings, Canton flannels, checks and vestings, B ack Silk for dresses. Ribbons, sewing Silk, twist snd thread, Cohoes shirts and drawers, Comforters, Muffs, Traveling Bags, Carpeting, Wadding, Battings, Cotton Yarn, Carpet Warp, &c. &. Gr oc e r i es , Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Nut megs, cloves, einiiamon, starch, salffiratus, . madder, indigo, alum, &c. Hard-ware, Cross-cut. Mill, Hand and "Wood Saws: Cross cut, mill and hand saw Files, Sweeds Iron, flat and round bars, cut and wrought Nails band and ho.-.p Iron, cast, spring and Ameri can Stoel; Ames' Shovels, Hay and Manure Forks; nail rods; White's, Simmons' and Col lins'scast steel Axes, besides an extensive assortment o SHELF HARD-WARE Boots and Shoes, A VERY GREAT VARIETY; AND Warranted Water Proof I Hats and Caps, A GOOD ASSORTMENT. SOLE AN 3 UPPER LEATHER, &C. ALL OF WHICH ItV I ftp slt f iSIi.iP, for Cash.' OR WHEAT) COIt5f, OATS, RYE, TIMOTHY, CLOVER AND FLAX-SEEDS, HIDES, SHEEP PELTS, BUTTER, LARD Eggs, Tallow and Wax. Fremont, Nov. 31849:34 Cholera Cordial. A safe, certain and effectual preventive andcurefor Cholera and Cholera Morbus in all stages. ? tiiis Cordial is prepared and recommended by J.. the best French and English physicians and can be relied upon in all cases. The proprietor feeling that the Cholera is a disease that should not be trifled with, and that to palm off upon the public an article that cannot be relied upon would be jeapordizing the life of all who nse it feel great confi dence in offering this article tothe public, ithavingstood the test iu thousands of cases in France, England and Germany. Nothing can be better, and one bottle will in most ca ses effect a cure it taken in time. Every family should have a bottle on hand, as all are liable and the Cordial should be given immediately up on the first symptoms. An ounce of prevention is worth a ponnd of enre. Sold only by C. R. MeCULLOCH, June 2, '49. (15) Lower Sandusky. MY FRIEND, do vou want good Goods, and cheap Goods, call on PETTIBONE and examine his new stock just opened at his old stand opposite Deal's. If thoumndt of Cures of Scrofula, Concert, Syphilid, and otior impart diimuet of the Blood and if die very SMALL QUANTI TY which vat used of Medicine to effect Cures of such Disease, be any proof of the purifying medical power in the Medicine which has subdued and conquered such Diseases then there it unquestion able evidence that BRANT'S INDIAN " PURlfflG EXTRACT is ntch a Medicine, in every respect ; and there is abundant proof, in great cure effected, that ONK BOTTLE of it contains mr puri tying, healing Tirtue, and medical power, than there w con. tained in Four Bottles of any sarsaparilla, or any other medicine that haa 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 Livk they that were Lahr and Cbifplcd can now Walk they that were Sick, Sckofcxous. and otherwise diseased, hare been Healed and Cubed Hundreds Thousands , kwho have used Brant's Fusifzeb, after having used and tested all the earsapasrillae and other medicines recommended to cure blood diseases, hare decided that Brant's is the Cheapest. because One Bottle of it has more medical, curative matter in it, and, in consequence, cures more disease in much lees time, than one bottle of anr other medicine. If, then, ONE Bottle of Brant's Pubifier will cure FOUR TIMES more disease than one bottle of sarsaparilla, "Brant's PcaiFiEa" would be as cheap at four dollars a bottle, as sarsapa rilla at one dollar. But BRANT d PURIFIER is sold for only ONK DOLLAR, a bottle ; and as a bottle of it has cured, and is capable of curing, Four Times as much disease as one bottle of -sarsaparilla, therefore sarsaparilla, in consequence of its less pow ' er and less medical efficacy, should be sold at no more than Titenty-Fwe pent per bottle, to be as cheap as the ivjUFim at -One Dollar. One Dollar's Worth ! How much Canceb how much Syphilis how much Scbo FUL a will One Dollar's, worth of Brant's PURIFIER cure t Read the following statement, which is a specimen of its power. t CANCEROUS SCROFULA! This is the case of a Vying mem who yet lives. He was cured of a worse case of Scrofula, by only Twelve Bottles of Brant's Purifier, than erer was cured by the nse of Twelve Gallons of the best sarsaparilla that was erer made. Sarsaparilla has not sufficient medical power to effect the cure of such a revottingUf hopeless case. Mr. J. B. Hasktic, of Rome, Oneida Co., IT. Y., had Scrofula four years was confined to bis 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 need 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 lire twenty-four , hours longer, when he commenced using BRANT'S PURIFIER. His neck was eaten nearly off, from ear to ear a hole was eaten through his windpipe, under his chin, so that he breathed through the hole his ear was so eaten around that it could be lifted up out ef its place, it only holding by a small piece the use of one arm was destroyed by two Ulcers an Ulcer under the arm. as large as a man's hand, had nearly eaten through his side into hie body. Thus he was afflicted with twenty 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 physicians of Rome, was called to see Haskin the day before he commenced using Brants Purifier. Doct, W. examined him, and then told him that all the medicines in the world could not cure him that his case was Worse than Hopeless! Now hear Mr. HASKIN'S statement of cure. He aid ! M wife procured one bottle of BRANTS PURIFYING EXTRACT of Bissell 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 bottle enabled me to Walk. Two Miles, to Rome Centre, where I procured Six Bottles more ; and when I had finished using them. .Seventeen out of TWnry Ulcers had healed vr and three bottles more effect ed a PERFECT CURE of all the Ulcers, and restored me to good health." - FOURTEEN WITNESSES! Mr. HASKIN has sworn to the above facta, and the facbi are witoesned and certified to by DOCT. T. WILLIAMS Mr. G. R. BROWN, proprietor of the West-Rome Hotel Messrs. BISSELL At LEONARD, Wholesale and retail Druggists and ELEVEN other respectable icitntsses. We Challenge the World To PROVE a Cure of as revolting and utterly hopeless a ease of Scrofula, by the use of TEN TIMES aa much sarsaparilla, or any other medicine, as was used of Brant's Purifier to elfect the above cure which cure shall be proved by as sussf tstU-known, rtsftctabU witnesses, aa is the above cure . 1'or gate by SHEETS & BELL, ) T., n C. R. McCULLOCH. Lower 7 0 D. E. HARKNESS, Green Creek, 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 h-s 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 stop the devastation of the destroyer. But now BRANT'S INDIAN PUUIOMRF BALSAM Cures very many of the most strongly marked and developed cases of Pulmonary Consumption real, undoubted cases of . cerated and diseased LUNGS each hopeless cases as were never before cured by any other medicine. So utterly hopeless were some of the afflicted persons, as to hare been pronounced by physicians and friends to be actually dttno. Some, who had their burial-clothes made, hare been cured, and yet live others, who it was said would not lire another day. are now as well and hearty as they ever were. It possesses all the cleansing and purifying virtues nearly as 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 neces sary, to cure Coughs and Consumptions, and all diseases of a pulmonary nature sue! diseases as usually prove so fatal under ordinary treatment, when they attack the Breast, Throat, Lnngs, and Heart This BALSAM heals and cures Ulcers in the Lungs, and else where internally, as certainty and easily as the PnairriNO Ex tract cures and heals ulcers externally. This Balsttm cures nine oases 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 efficacy in such diseases, and its undoubted curative power, and soothing, healing properties, in the following complaints and diseases, viz. : Spitting of Blood, Bleeding at the Lungs. Pain in the Breast and Side. Night-Sweats, Nervou Complaints, palpitation of the Heart, Cholera Infantum, Dysentery and Summer Complaints in Children and Adults, Asthma, and ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES AND COMPLAINTS. No remedy that has been offered to the public baa ever been half as certain and effectual in correcting ALL the incidental weak nesses and irregularities of the female sex, as BRANTS PULMO 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 crr eulaticm, and soothing and allaying NERVOUS UUUTAB1LIT1T See our Pamphlets for proof. CONSUMPTION. A Dying Woman Cured! We state this cure to prove the power to save life, when this BALSAM is used, even after the person is considered by physi cian and friends to be in the last stages of disease actually dy ing and, in this case, so far 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 facts, 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 cases of Coughs and Consumptions CURED, which were pronounced incurable by skilful physician. LIVER COMPLAINT. Bee the cure of Dr. Hubbard, of Stamford, Ct, and others. Dyspepsia ! See the cure of T. 8. Wilcox, merchant of Attica, Wyoming Co. N. 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 use of this BALSAM. No mother need ever mourn the death of her child by Cliol era Infantum, while teething, if BRANTS PULMONARY BALSAM be administered. It should be, for such cases, given in larger than the ordinary doses. Jf'or sale by SHEETS & BELL, ) T Q t . 0 C. R. McCULLOCH, f Lower Sandusky, O. D. E. HARKNESS, Green Creek, C. POWERS, & Co,, Woodville. All letters and orders must be addressed to WALLACE & CO., 27smly 106 Broadway, N. Y. Boots and, Shoes. - ON E of the largest, best and cheapest stocks of Men's Women's and Children's Boots and Shoes ever of ered, just opened at Pettibose's. ' - ' - THIS " " .' ' " -' - Old Established Remedy 'is now put up in the ' LARGEST SIZED BOTTLES ! And is acknowledged to be the BEST SARSAPARILLA! made, as is certified by the . WONDERFUL CURES It has performed. The original copies of which are in die - possession of the proprietor. - . REMEMBER! 5 That Bristol's is the ooly TRUE &. ORIGINAL ARTICLE And is now brought before the public in a' t- LARGER BOTTLE! rimn ever olTcied by any render. The proprietor is determine:! that the man aercrATro it has acquired for the Inst 15 years shall be maintained, no matter at what sacrifice.. - - Purchasers must he ea'cful, if they wish the PURE EXTRACT of Sarsaparilla. to call for "Bristol's Oriciiml SnrsniNmlln," in tlic largest sized bottles ever offered, at One (JoHnr per boulc. s t- New York General Depot, 34 Cortlandt-St Buffalo Depot, 225 Main Street. itT Orient niMreswd Wm. Bcroer, New-York, or C. C. Bbistol. Buffalo, will meet with prompt attention. O. H. P. SHEETS, Agent, , . For Sandnsky County. Junell,'49. . I7:ly : SARSAPARILLA.WILD CHERRY. This valuable Medicinal preparation . . :. DIFFERS ENTIRELY from any simple " Extract of Sarsaparilla" or common purifying Meiiicine. It is a compound of many 01 the .' MOST CLEANSING MEDICINES, ; With others acting directly on the Kidneys, or having im mediate referenw to the relief and continued healthy ope- ration of some internal organs. It contains article . which euter into no other preparation in existence, and IT IS 1'NRIVAl.L.ED In purifying and refreshing etlece, by auy Medicine in ... the world. It is put up ' . " IN LARGE UOTTXES, Is rerv pleasant to the taste, and is more concentrated, STRONGER, BETTER AND CHEAPER Than antr other in market. Persons who have taken . "Sarsnparillss" by the gallon, without relief, have been ra'cafiy cured, bv using two or three harries. This is the onlvCompound in which Sarsaparilla, Wild Cherry and Dandelion are so prepared, to oner the peeu -liar virtues of each, in combination .with pure Extracts, of other healins. articles in a highly coucentraieii suite. Its ingredients are PURELY VEGETABLE, And are such roots and barks as are found though chiefly affecting certain parts in their general teudeucy to pro duce the most cleansing and healing ejects. . IT IS IMPOSSIBLE j : To cure many diseases, Dropsies. Kidney Complaints, ate. draw olf Watery Humors from the Blood, or corrurt and irritating secretions of diseased organs from tlic Itody, : without the thorough operation os the Kidneys, as caused by tliis Medicine. No other extract even pretends to Ms effect. In fact this very operation for which it is -particularly compounded, dirfcrs from all other prepara- -tions, and makes it the best compound in existence.. . IN ALL CASES OF DROPSY, . Use this medicine. It will relieve. It has enre.d when life itse'f was despaired of. It contains nrtieres that trill ' cure if anything can, and takes the only method to luako . permanent cures. This Remedy . PURIFIES AND DRIVES OTT ' Al! impure and gross humors, not only by working direct ly on the blood, but hy restoring each orpan to henhhy . vigor, and especially increasing the action of those which draw from the body, and Instii'sly remove all IMPURE OR DISEASED FLUIDS. All diseases originating in a depraved state of the vital Buids. Eruptions, Ulcers, Sor, Collection of Watery Humors, DISEASES OF THE BLOOD, Will find this the esf alterative, and niotclean"uii2 Me dicine. far before nn .other in invigorating eect. It, ha worked some of the greatest cures oi ljisv.iM.' ot the t Urinary Organs, DISORDERS OF THE KIDNEYS, Bladder, fce. A splendid diuretic No extract is so good for Weakness of the Kidnevs, Weak Back, Ectcntion or Involuntary flow of Urine, Burning or Scalding, lirzoiun Xary Emissions, or other irritability, Resiembek. the only Medicine that heals these parts. Ill Scrofulous habits of tie System, Lax and weakened atatea, CONSUMPTION, COUGHS. Wasting diseases of tile Lungs, Pains in the Breast, Ice, ' the soothing Pectorals and bracing Tonic, heal the Lungs ; most kindly, and strengthen tlic body, while the acrid humors that load the system are cleansed. Tke relieving action of the Kidneys is marked in Lung disease. It is warranted superior to any preparation Sudden attacks from Exposure are certainly cured. ; FEMALE COMPLAINTS, For Irregular, Snpvressed or painful Mcnsrruation, Floor Albus, Uterine D seasee, or any derangement of tlie Fe male Frame. It never disappoints expectation. No com mon medicine will reach these derangements. This Com pound contains certain Roots, the best and only ones that should be used. It cures the most aggravated forms. -GENERAL DEBILITY AND DECLINE, r t will refresh immediately. A few days' use wilt con vince the incredulous. The appetite increased the' nerves so quiet spirits raised and new, Ture and Hich : Blood takes the place of vitiated and corrupt. USE IT IN YOUR FAMILIES. Sou will never ho witrout it. It will do more good and rure more speedily, the hundreds of petty diseases. Colds, Bowel Complaints, Impure Blood, tc. than any tiling you have ever tried. Look at Certificates. Tke Wilt est Infant or most delicate Female can take it with per fect safety. BEAR IT IN MIND. That this is the only medicine that has ever cured the low, wearing Ship Fever, as attested by the oaths of some thirty of the cured, and you will acknowledge . THERE IS SOMETHING IN IT. I Where obstructions of the organs have caused deposits, GRAVEL, Or Stone in the Bladder, this medicine has been used with astonishing success. For Certificates of Cures of this or any disease, see Pamphlet of cures. THE WORST FORMS Of Diseases of the STOMACH and BOWELS, Costive ness, DYSPEPSIA, with Debility, r.c. For Bowel Com plaints it can be relied on as a certain remedy. Also, when accumulation of bile has cauaeii BILIOUS DISEASES, Jaundice, &c, or when thev are coming on, take this and you are safe. It carries oil' the corrupt bile rapidly, hy the natural channels, and eases immediately. It has cured LIVER COMPL AINTS Of years standing as certificates testify. It alaays gives satisfaction. Try it- Great Physicians prescribe atu-ays diuretics. This compound is excellent Dandelion alone at almost specific. LOOK FOR TESTIMONY, On the pages of our Pamphlets, or columns of our papers. A list of as imluenli.il names haa nerer been given in support of an Medicince. We have there tndtsputable testimony of the certain cure of every disease we mention. The most thorough investigation is requests. GlcV A PAMPHLET. Call on the certifiers or ask tl.eir opinion, and you too will use it. It will affect you different t're any other, and we think it will do you more good. 0. H. P. SHEETS, Agent, For SandusKy couuty. W m. YVhipp, Bellevne, T. Daniels, Toledo, Hamilton & McCentury, Repnblic, McCulloch & Thorp, Sandnsky, F. H Boyer, Tiffin. June II, '49. I7:Iy 1? WESTEBS SEW YOBtt COLLEGE OF HEALTH! 20T, Main street, Buffalo, JV. Y.v?. ; - , DR. G. C. VAUGHN'S . . . .7 Vegetable Lithontriptic Mixture. r 1 celebrated remedy is constantlyincreasingitsr a lame uy me many cures it is masing . . ' , J ALL OVER THE WORLD., ,V ; .' ." It has now become the only medicine for family ass, nnS s particularly recoinuienoio tor - - ' - DROPSY;' --''- -r'--i: all stages cf this complaint immediately relieved", ri matter 01 now long 8iaamg. see pamphlet for lesli mony; ; - GRAVEL, . ... . . ,- " and all diseases of the nriuury organs; forthesedistress ing complaints itstands alone; no other article can. re lieve you, and the cores testified to willconvincethe must sceptical, seepanrphlet. Lirerconiptaint.biliousdiseaer . : , . jr FEVER;, AND AGUE. -,u ; . J.; Tothe great west especially, and wherever theseeom- plaints prevail, this medicine is effered.nrf - r . " ' Z - ; NO MINERAL AGENT, ' . -"'''' ' nodeleteriouscomponndts a part of this mixture, ileurre these diseases with certainty and celerity, and does set. leave the system torpid. See pamphlet. t. ' ; PILES, ' ' ' ! ' a complaint of a most paiuful character, ia- 1 ?' J .'-V 'IMMEDIATELY- BELIETEtf. V 'T, and a cure follows by a few days use of this article.' itie far before any other preparation Jor this disease, er for any other disease originating from impure blood. See pampniet. . -. ,- - . . . f DEBILITY OF THE SYSTEM, -' "m weakliack, weakness of the kidnevs, Ac.orinflamalion of thestrhe, is immediately relieved by a few day ose ol this medicine, and cure is always the result of "lis nse. t" il sianas as : , : - - : ' .-" - . i, . A CERTAIN REMEDY . . ; ' for snoh complaints, and also for derangements of (be fe male trame, .. . . t .-.r.-.'. " ; IRREGULARITIES, SUPPRESSIONS, V - painful menstruations. - No article has ever been offered MVnlthittiA'lii,'h U' mi 1.1 tixr.K ll.ia Liu it nr.nn.unifliit. It may he relied noon as a sure and etfectiveremedr, and did we feel permitted to do so, could fcive i A THOUSAND NAMES s as proof of cures in this 'distressing class of complaints". see painphle. - All broken down, debilitated constitutions Irom the eltect of merenry, will find the bracing power of this article to actimmediately, and the poisonous rain cral eradicated frcm the svstem, ' - 11 ' - !.- ERUPTIVE DISEASES -' ; will find the alterative qnaiities of this article ' .-'"t a J i v. .PURIFY jTHE BLOOD, ,.-v( -., ' ' and drive such diseases from the eyetem see pamphlet for testimony of cures in all dieases, which the limits of an advertisement will not permit to be named therein. Ajents give tlieni awav: and thev canteio 33 paces o certificates of high character, and a-stronger " ARRAY OF PROOF . '- ' ot the virtues of a medicine never appeared. It is one of the peculiarfeatures of this artiele that it never fail to benefit iu any case, and if bones and muscle are left 10 . build upon, let the emaciated and lingering invalid " '' " hope 'on, "- ' -' ; ; . . and keep taking the medicine as long as there ie an im provement. The proprietor would - ' -, . .- Caution the public - ' ' . ? arrainsi annmoer or articles wnicn come ont under tne head of Syrupr, sarsaparilla, &e. as cures Tor Dropsy, Gravel &c they are good for nothing, and concocted lo- gun me unwary:- - . , .'" TOrCIf THEM "NOT.. . .. Their inventors never thought of citrine; snch diseases till this article had done it,, A particular study oi the pamphlet is earnestly solicited. ..... .. ... . . '. He-ems and all who sell the article are glad to circulate grutuitouely. Fut tip in 30 oz. . bottles at $2; 10 oz. do.' at $1 each the larger holding 6 oz: more than two small bottles. L.o'k out and not get . imposed upon, t-very bottle has Vaughn's Vegetable Lithontriptic Mixture," blown upon the glass, the written signature of " G. C. V anghn," o tbe directions and "G. C Vauzh, Buffalo Btaiiic-u uu me rom. iinnf oirrer are genome rrpa j , r w st . i ri red bv Dr. C G. Vanch, and sold at the principal office 207 Main street, Buffalo, at wholesale and retail. No at tention given to letters unless post paid orders from res; ulcrly constituted a-rents excepted: poM paid letters oi verbal commuuicationssolicilins advice, promptly attend' ed to, gratis. ; r- i Urhces devoted exclusively to the sale of this article 132 Nassan street. New York Cit : 295, Essex a- - Sal'm,' mass, and bv the principal drtifgists thrsBzhotst t o I ki ted states and Canada. ForsalebTii ' C. R. M'CULl.OCH, Lowerssndusky. J. W. Goodnon, Believue: C. Powers. - Woodville-; J. K. Owen, Tiffin, W, Ayreg, Upper sandnsky, R. rerry, mctutcnensvme. Lover Sandusky, June 3, 1848. ' : - .A Voice from California!! , BOSPLASD'S , , , JFft'er atul.sJJtgne IScmttfy ", THE FOLLOWING LETTER from the most relia ble source, canuot fail to couvince the most scepti- cai, that the above remedy is one of the best specifies, ev er offered to the pubiic; more especially, when it is con-' sidered that the disease here, assumes its worst form prostrating the strongest men; and reducing them so lo w, as to be scarcely recognizable by their friends after a week's sickness .- ::-, -- t - t i " ;, . ;- Capt. Spring informs me, that after he had disposed of all of lh.3 medicine, he waa. offered glOO a bottle for some of it. r - - - . - - - - '.New Yorki May 10, 1849. Mr. Isaac Osgood: Dear SirOn my late voyage to California,' I took out with me a few dozen bottles of Boupland'c Fever and Ague remedy, not so much a mat ter of profit, as to introduce it into that section of the conntry, where it is so much needed: aa invaluable teniedy for a disease so prevalent.. .-. : My busines prevented my giving that attention to the sale of it, whieli it deserved, but it passed ' from second f hands at very much higher prices' than those at which I disposed of it, say 25 or 30 dollars per bottle; and in no single instance, did I learn of its having been used, where it was not attended with perfect success. n-.u..-f ' From Mr. Sutter, (son of Capt. Sntter at New Hel vetia,) t learned it was 'beyond price.' No man should , go into the gold .regions without being armed with this weapon of defence 1 have been an eye-witness of a vast amount of distress and suffering, brought on by this dis- e i. t k.1:.,. 1 1. : . ,n .'.Amnl.l. and perfect cure. Signed, yours truly,- . J. H. SPRING, of ship Huntress. , ' Price $1,50 per Bottle. .' For sale bv ISAAC OSGOOD. 66 Cedar street, tip stairs. New York.- Also by. ... . nil 4 dt tj1 o Dnwuos St.- n wkt.nu Os, VUnibliUO X J f XUiAi UC JW I1WVUIU1V v. I A 95 Am -'.i,.;--.- ". ':''.:. -..'-,.. lower saaijusky; . . W. al 1 I - I -a n m -' T a n T I. II 1112' i. li 111 u.j at T-F -unit ,nsin t fn Inn' ffpfid.ii-imn.np Cilnfi.turt Clheatr- sj - - j I . -, BRICK BLOCK, NO. ; ; v; TS THE PLACE FOR YOU TO GET Great Bar gains II WE intend to keep constantly on band the largest aad best selection of Clothing in Sandusky, and wa do not intend to be Under sold. . New supplies every month of latest Btyles and fashions. Our stock consists in part of, Black, blue bib, bine and brown Broadcloth. Dress and Frock coats. Tweede. Jeanes. casimre sattinette, cordinglon and Croton saek and Frock, coats. Broadcloth, cassimere cordington. cordurey and sattin ette Pants. Satin, silK, silk velvet, camel hair and VeN encia Vests. Shirts, bosoms, collars, handk'fs stock, nr. i.n I . BlianAtldflrS. BOCKS, hats and cans. &c: in fact. almost every thing any body calls for in tbe clothing line, which we will sell at a very small profit for the Duns. Highest price paid for all xinda of ceuntry produce. ; ; . - 8 . . J. S. WEEKS. July 7, '49. - v 20 ' TsUBBER OVER-SHOES. A splencid atock at . . PiTTIBOKE'f.