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J.S.FOUKE, EHria ruusncr.
Tk'. r....... Dblihd erery hatnrdTmofli-
-JS(iii la BuekUnd' Br'rek Bnildine lhif
-T-J':-. ill "' f"''' '.r 'TTrn.- .;; t i
Clah oUen and apvard.
, to oit Kaoreii
1 Jj J
wciii lhrttt Ictiw" the pric on ppr
- .ii?"redlntwnand thontby mil, iocca
vianed.by the xpnf carrying. . .,,,
fcontha'mnofTiiiMitpwidiii adic,a abo
itrctRrd, Twe Dollar will b chareed if paid with
rear. If norpaid wnit afterlha axpirarionof
TTolrtd FiftvcantaacHI bnfcarf
How TaSrof a Ppi!iu-rir that yonhay
1Md fpT it np to tha time yiw wiah it to atop: notify
h Ppt MastM'of Voor dixire, and ak him tan-?ri-
the "pabliahff, under hl frank, (as he ii author--MdoefyotirwWhtHse',n"e-
"" -. ' tlX'TES OF ADVpaTISINOi Lvr-.
"Onuonare )3liae firs' insertion. $H 5
T enrli iiminnaliiiaertiott...-...i ' 2"
TV Tki mrtnlhs.v. .i J". i - 2 ff
, jl : Ona jwifw 5 0
yt wo snqaVeSi mon.th. JJa
" Do' One vear,.::.v..r.:......i;rioo
HmM com nTn Tear. . -. . . . -i "i-i i i J JjY
i - j -; F R E M 0 N T . F B E E M k S i . ; v
OB PB1XT1SO OF FlCEt
'AVro"now prP,r' to exeente to order.'? a
.uektanit enpedllinti menner.and op4nthfairst
ma; afmoefsM daHpttoaiof,' !'Y i"
'h -TravDDT rtT,TlTrJ' ,! !!
- SOCH AS l'n,iH r.
fttniaicssCAKOS, Rili. Hrn.
tcoti, Bitt-trtr l-TniHO,
'HHB.I.s" i i? '?, numricATM,
io nn.. 1
I .ewnw! Blakks, ,
Bask Cws. ;! . Jk.7
I. aw Casks, .
-Wa-WnMas5 tfwseVof awrfrinda wfcnare-in
puinLof aneh work, Ton need not e anroan lo.rei
onfi, when head be dnn just as good at home.
I.o-o; .- . .v
'na I.r. fo. '7. meetanj rtie Odd Fel
Hall, in BocMand" Bricfc Building, weery
, TUU I T.'i
PEASE & 1101En.TS, , , , ,y
.vt :?! r:.H.i .r- ..i
Cwppcr, Tin, apd Iicct-iron Tvarc,
' ,4 f..;.' 'iHi mum".,, ''k' -,..'' ' .. . ;
St-Tf s, Wxiot, HiacsVsiif.cj)-pts, Rags,
!"',Pcasc Brick Blofk,1 Xo 1- x
' 1 FREMOKT,1 OHIO. ' " '
gTEPIIES WCCKIsAKW 3c CO.?
DrtMciWihes; ' Paints) Dye-Staffs
' Book;!atroirai5-rc- l'.',1J!
c ir! EOKGE iy.,.lAlCK,.!,.,.v -,
-Altaieniid CohtsIrt liawri
Ltw 'FUEMONTw OHIO. -' ; ! I,
,OTf Thedoal atf'A: U: TeWor S1r,:
Attorneys ;?nd Ccrmsellors, at Xaya
it.1 ataeiid-ra Piyesaianathitsinea ad fod
. AeenrvitiSnoiity,Bnd rtiiiin raianiirs.
lil Storv Huiklaud e ii.wk, r reinoni
" r.Hr 1st. "WSU
na-irl -ii 1 ' --i' . a . .ii i. is..'.. ! J I ! i
i '.MicjRixsoar & iuvses, .m
is! vmj i AtloraeTarat taw, ;-;-..-. -.
All bnsineaa. ntnisfd: to their are will ,he
rotnplh-Kttraded to." OHlce the same heretofore
toopied bv Iloiu L. B. Otis, m Auckland's Clock.
. E, FI Dicaissoir.'
'Gko. Tt.lf !.
AttorueT aaV Coameitor at twi
And Solieitorin Chaneery.-will caaetttlly attend
sol4 professions) bnsines left.ia Ilia eharjre. .
-irillaUe-attendto the collecioa of claims ate, i
his and adioining coonliss.1 ' ' '"'"','
iSfiScV Second1 storV Bucki'andeBiocfi.r""' " '
V'.biUii tUt !.-'.- f rt4!.1 iri'fi !.
GIVES notice to thecitixeas of Froownt . and the
nublic generally, that he still continue!" IdCa.r-
v on the nboro business "in: all its branches and
ifeeioa.- Ho a made seditions tabis stock of :
Hre4 Carriage, BtMrglJt j
MaA iKMMS wreoaeed to aeeoramodota all Who tna
.ar him with a call. HaretS and eareiagea
.to. For .pgrtt':g'jra.r,I
be had at any moment, j Coeeaed and apen
iboiirefor raep -of buataess pr.pleasura, oto the
Rid in? rtorsc of tSe tst bottom,
.alwrrs on hancT.r The'striclestatlelition pait,
thatall whoc.ilUhsll be laeeoiaiBodated wttlloul
dei Team far, ft'-iil '
Citrrying t'asaengcrs jr Movtra ,i ,
.nlAanvDftrt of the eaoatrv. alwavs on hand.
Those wishnicr anv thing in the above line, will
do well is giTehiuii trial, a ba feels canSdeSt they
will be satisfied, both as to teams and prices, the
iformer warranted tocarry pasiengersto their deeti-
"atien'in the (rhwrteat psnihte time, and tha latter
1 baadaenba a asibl. . Jy strict attaution
4e bnainese, h hopes to merit liberal share of
pnblie palronnge.' "
4Statle 5 ally ii-sit Norton Foundry.
!, :- ' li 'HI. I nil. ' ' r r
w. I t Yalaabltj Land for Sale.
T3E subscriber will sell 1C8 acreaof exeellcjit
timbersdlsnd, lying near Hamer'a Corners.
TOSELHair 0&A'lP Marrow," ; ,, j
Bfear'g Oil ' Maccassar Oil, J
Ceam W nose, and Uy " ,
Crfogrie.itosg and LaendarAVater,; keiftcl,
iU i jTistTecelrerl. at BuCtftitsoV:-11
PLEASE CAE'an. Uy.lt-at mj aaaortineDt
otCrocker.v and Glaaa-ware.
May 241, 1851." ' i J. T. MOSS.
"PRAYER BOOKa and Charch: Serrice, A
JtTjvSjp lcs4ilsor(nant.frnm 31c to f 3,
;. . i BUUUASUtDU'S. ,
BIBLES. A larre lot of Family Bibles (ram
$1 50 'a $&,. Also, Pocket.Clasp, Tuck, and
f lj jlotlBiblessad TaatamenUat ,
r"'' .-' Bcckla.kd'.
-"''V--'- - :
. . WATEB IilSIE. . . . .....
"A I, ABGE quantity of Water Lime forests
Xlat tk Grocery and Provision store ef
r"" ' . . " G. M. T1LLOTSON.'
Jan '7 1851.'-'' '" . "' - ' i ;
Tillot son & Tyler,
RESPECTFlJl,L'l'rarinonnce to theciii
aenaofSandwskt and adjoining Bounties, that
they b;vejnstrpteished their Grocery with alerge
and complete Stock, and are now prepared to supply
their Old Costomers and all who may faror them
iifLik iiir nBimnffii: aiih inT thins iw theirline.
atrednped oricea. Theirstock consists in part of
Sngars, Coffee, . Teas. rn Spices,
Pepper, Raiscns, Tobacco, ScgTars
Nnis; " Powder,1 Shot; '. Vi
topelherwlth a largo and superior asaorfmentof :'
made from refined loafso ars. Thry keep on band
asuperior article of
IF I E S I B R A Jf D I E S A N D G I R !
which will be sold clicapcr than the asme artic
le canbe hooght at any other estahlishment ta F re
mont. - Tbey alsohavoa choice lot of . i o
.i.vqv - WHISKEY!
whlcli wiH beaold from '24 to 26 eentapergallon
the best article ; in town, the assertion of othjcrs to
thoeontrary notwithstanding. ; . yi..
, i .Lemonade,, Mead, Croni and liter, .
can be fAnnd atthah-GroeeryatallbasiiHioshnorSi
Tt .urni .k. ttr their heretofora liberal
r.snaetfullv solicit a continuance of
the same. .
Fremo'ntiApTiU2tn,l',51 N.S Iri 11
FREMON T HOUSE;
PREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, O.
WM . KESSLER, Froprietcr.
"17R. KF.SSLER', annooaced tothoTraveling
VI Pohliethal he baa returned totbeabove well
known stand and is now prepared.to accommodate
in the besl manner, all who may Tavor him with
tbelr patronage. ' ' '.'"i ' " ' ' " ' '
Nooffoirta ill be "pared to promote theeomforl
andaonveoience of Cests.(.i ;
tt-T Good STAai.i,6an,d'jarefuI Ostlkbs i n at
Fremont, November24,164a ob
Upholster &Faper Hanger
--"sandusky cirr, omtx
' Sandnsky city. May l7,18li - ' '
' JAMES DOltiHKUTV.
Licensed .Auctioneer! ,
l . '.'. FREMONT, OHIO. , ,
' OIDEOX HATCH, Tailort
WOULDinform hiafriendsand the pablie, that
, be haa taken rooms at Ballvilte, where he
intends carrying on the, above business, in alius
branches, and hopes by punctual atteniion and
oils' exnerieHee in his trade to merit alio receive a
hereof. patronage1. ;;- - ' . -v A n
N. B. Cattiag f gsrmeataofevery description,
attendedta in the most fashionables) le, and war
rantd to fit. '
"Aleo. he fa Arent for 17aVis' Pain Killer
afresh eupnvjewtrecervee: and toreaie iy
' ' . . IT 1 TAT.
Balliller July J3, 1850 18 , , ; ,
FASHION AB1jE TAIIiOBIXG.
...v, . .wpHFLlP MAXWELL, '-
WOtJLD re'spectfu'llt announce that be haw "'
Bemoved Its Simp, one tfoor
South f LeppelmaB's Jwelry Shop,-
opposite Head Qaarereirere lie will be nappy
lo wait on hieold eut4iirs and all who need any
thine in his line'. u ' "Ul '-
r. I , T T "T.
rE vwwistTH earments inane op- hivjiii.
and after the; Latest Fashion -'von fnuet callou
MAXWELL.. ...... . . ' .
N. H.' Par'iiflntnr atfentio'n paid to catting, and
arYantedto fit if pronerlvmadenp. ' ;
i FreietApril2a, l89v- - I
' ..GBEEXE A MTfitJ, V:-,
tttor'neysat I.air'dkf'ollcftara ia'Chnnt-en's
"Wilt ffive tfieir uninvidedattentibn to profeesion-
athnSiness intrusted lo their carain Sandusky and
adinurahig coonlies. : , ' J !. ;'.;..,' ) !.
Office In the second story of Buckland'aBiook.
.-I '." FREMONT, OHIO.; - a
Vl . IM. J. AV, GOOBSV
R' ESPEtTFULLY. tenders his services to the
people of Bellevue and vicinifyi'
'tpecial'iriteiilion given toDiseBaes of Children
Diseases of rlie E.ye; Throat and Chest. - -
,C7Office ui t.Mon-er,a Arcade," Monroe street,
whAre, he my. be foand night or day, ruheu not
profeesiontr engaged. Charges moderate. ' "
L Bellevue, Mayi''. 1852. 3m. - : :-;-.
4 I Parker Snrgeon 0"nlisf -.
RESPECTFUJLLY lenders rofeion!Brvice
to Hie citizena of Fremont and Wfciuiiv, all oper
rtiUuns reluUnjer to tUe preserviilion and beauty of
the natural teeth, or the insertion ol artinial teeth,
n pfv.otj el or' mtve-rslm, dniwt m th4 neatest
manner. He jfiin posvramion ol the Jntest improve-
meirHi now, to We eisfqueitUy he flaltere himBehT
lhart is prepared -to rendr entire Viitisfaction to
thot vfld may den ire tit sand id anyurtneh of the
profefniotL. r . t v i' .
without pain, il desired. '
Office hi . Caldwell's Brici Building, overDr.
Rie?s office. ' ' '
- FrrMMit Jan. 534,1851.
from he Law and Regulations of the P-ost Office
' Depafrt-ment. ' : ' - "' 11 '
5'C-hHpt. 7,'Sec. 59. 'WfieTi tlie nai. arrives on
Saday, rrA(the-pnstinftfier) will keep l.iaoffieeopea
for oite.hour or ntvre, if tke pa blur eonvettMsirc re
quire it, after the arrival and assortment thereof,
utiles-it be during ih time of public worship; in
which cas he will kwp the oflitre open for o lie hrmr
or more ii neeespry after thts Kame h ceated. -
The aiwve realajion will he ohtrved t this
office.. , I. M. KEELER P, M.
Post Office, Fremont Jrtn. 1851,
3ANFIEL0 :M ITCHELL
WIIOLKSALE AND BF.TAIL DEALERS IK
HARDWARE, NAILS AD IRON,
PUNTS, OILS, VARNISH i BRUSHES,
tafflpa, Brittania and Jappaned Ware;
-! Gaas & Pistols, Fowfler & Shot. : 'J
STOVES AiND PIPE;
" MAXPFACTIBEBS OF
" Tin and Copper Ware, at the sign of the Padlock
nd Stove, in the Store formerly occupied bv E. N .
Coak, opposite the Bank. '. - i ;
, Fremont. Dec., 28, 1859. .
rTlHEsnnseriher is prepererl to fiimicl Soc.i.
;JL' .11 all, iti Bunklnud'i. Brick Iltork, for
rtiI10B Parties, Scries,; Lecture s.&c.
n i iasonableterras: mirUleo refreshments,
eiibest stvle-i.ii Hie shortest noticel
moists 'August 3t
PORTAGE COUNTY ,
JIutaal Fire Insurance Company.
B. P. BECKIiAIVIl, Agent:
;" '- -' FREMONT, OHIO.
,.i-i - i
:' ' ' ' OB K. s; hick. ' " -:
ContintiestBe practice of Medicinein Fremorit
arid adjacent country. ." '' ' 5 '
UEFicE, as formerly, on Front street, oppo
site Dears new boildinrr. ' r ' '
' Fremont, Nor. 23, 1850. 37 '
ICTThe following just tribute 'to General Scott,
was written in 184ft, .by Mrs. E. C. Kinney, of
this city, now in Italy, and was published in the
Nstinnal Intelligencer at the time, and republished
in this and other Journals.1,' We re-produce it now
as being exceedingly appropriate to the occasion,
though written without au idea of it' application to
a political objects : . . Newark Adv.
: . . ;. . ., ODE .. . , ....... ., ,,
-. ,.,! TO MAJOR GKNKKAL WINF1KLD SCOTT. ..
Hero of manv battle fields, -New
wreailied with laurels from afar," '
- . . W hose arm the sword and olive wields,;, .. .
. Champion both of peace and war! ( ;
. Thou art a haughty nation's pride ' '
To thee her truest hearta belong, , , .: j
And o'er the slaves that do thee wrong
: i. Who have thy noble soul decried, '
Id honor's strength Uioutowerest strong.
When freedem's. eagle from bercraig .....
Was startled bribe din of arms.
And to Britainnia'a lion flag '
. The war-'hoop joiuea it's wild alarms,
Though then no veteran in wars,
. Thy Stately form arose like Mara! ' ''
. And at the valor of thy brow - ,,.; ,-,
Cowered the wily Indian's bow;'
' While Britain in the iniight ol mind, '
...jj Alore'tliao her. mouarcif's. glory saw r..'.
When, waved our banner to the wind
. i -i 'Above the plains of Chippewa! ; ' ' ''
' " Thy name hJ graven on the rocks' " '
. , . rl hat brave Niagara's thunder shocks: '
"Thy louder fame is evermore
i Associate ef the torrent's roar J
.M .Graudand resistless as thtttlood , . .
Hy which thy gallant army atond,
:i When through the terrors ol the night -.
,. . ,, . The guiding star . . j
That fed the war '
- Was their true chieftain's might!
f'Buttho Achilles on thd field, i
In council thou onr Nestor art, ,. '
And for thy deeds of peace we yield "
Not plaudits only , bot the heart; ' . .'
.... Fer these have wars the nation saved
'Her name more lasting honor done,
. ' Than all the battles thoo hast braved, ' " .'
3'hatl all the victories won. ,t .
Bvyond the Misnissipfd's Hood
if 'i hy nttne a household word shall be.
Joined with the noble and the good ,
While lives a gratelul Caerokee. ''
Thelionof the lorest grows . '
But hercer when pursued by foes,
' l And u-onnded, turns in snvag wrath, '
- T. stiit the bold pursuer's path;,
.t Yet kindiy eyes and veieos mild, . r...
. The royal beast, of prey can 4auie
. So til At the timid, gentfe child
May guide, it by a fondling name. " .' ' : - ' ':
Tims nhen the cruel mandate went ' "
To quench the wigniHin s peaceful fires
- ' When almld savage lave war sent
i Friiut homes and ushesof ita sires!. . -f
: The Indian fell his noble blood ' ., ,
. Curdle with wrath, as firm he stood, , ,
' .Resolved for fight Jo string the bow, '
'-And turned upon his pale-faced foet ' ' '
' When, listening for the tyrant's tread, - . i i
'lft Behold a silvery voice instead ..;
t Fell on his ear, like, music's dream, ,
Or ike his own wild forest stream! '
' 1 His weapon fiills-his eye is wet ' :' " "
... The tatisinanie touch 4f love. v:'.v
Has made him all his threats forget . .
lM-. . Haih changed the iiou to the dove.!
. '" Aye, Natnre lo her hieflain gave . '
' ' True varorin a feeling heart ' ' 1
That could a race tubdue to save, ' .
And act the CHunun Conqueror' part. .
- But hark!, the boonihg gon Calls back - ' -.,-'i
'l'hine arm again tias.awnrd to wield; .ij .
,A . War's comet shows its iorid track, ..r
And srmies tlircmg the tented field. .
r - Tis tiight andon-San Juan's walls ''
Red lightnings barst wit dismal glare i
.-. Thro darkness what death-freighted balls, .
And streams of fire illume the air!
i 'Tis morn! A thick ascending cloud
A conqnere'd city doth enshroud;
The bulwark, long a nuti'Ni'e strength, '
- - Yields up its battUmeitt at lengl-h, . . ,,
.,. . And Ac the soul of Freedom's. wars ; .
Plants there ourghipious atrijies aud stace)
Without the great'Ulysses mind, ,. .. 3 :
Whose skill the wily plot designed .
Tli' Achafian hosts tho' traiiieil tu wars,
''".' Tho' countless as the watching stars,
.-' -i Might long in vain have conquest hoped,
, ,; t'he gates of Xroy had never oped.. ,
And hut for that self moviug skill
' Which to the need the plan creates,
" Against us might be fastened still ' ' ''
" The Imperial city gates.'. :ii-;
i ... Heroof Iexico!. to thee,, t , . f
, A U gates, all fortresses give way , R ,
And iu triuinphaiit pageantry.
' Through au innumereus conquered foe,'
Prood in their chief thine armiea go '
Hail to tlie glorious duy! .
i. .'. Cot sweeter s ootids await thine ear - li
j.. Tluui from victorious bugles come,
( Jiearing familiar words, and dear
"fotlie Wor warrior, Prate af!d Home! ' ''
Oreat warrior! tho no epic lyre
,; May, kmdliiig with JH.wneric fire,
f, Thy bold acJiievmeuta, first and late,
lo wiglity song perpetuate;
''Thou hast fne germ of deathless fame ' ' ' "
'"' Seoure-ia that elnsullied Bams - ' -' ' 1
, - W htoh ahall descend from age to age, . .? ,, J .
j - Adorning evei y luatory"' p4Te. 4
Even now on troths silblimest hoight
Thon Siaiidest firm in csuscious righC '
' And still like some old aak, wiM stand' !
, .' Where alarms thy daoiitless soul cau brave,
. Nor ask from tickle Fortune's baud ...
The pioudest boon she ever gave.
Yet honored lleroS from afar
I see thy glory .like a star -.
- Rising wilh pure.alid steadiest glow,
Upou a tranquil nation's brow
There may it rest not that to thee
The place would added lustre give.;
But that our country blest mty bo
- . ia bonqk's tkok ExacortvK. ...
' An Honorable Protest.
VV7e . take tlie piuasure ip copying front the
Western .Tablet, a Catholic paper published
in Chicago, tlie following sharp rebuie of
those partisan Ciuumnmtors wuo, forgetlul of
Wiheltl bco'.t s eminent services to his coun
try, are now doing, tlreir best to sully his fair
fame. , The Tablet is dted by a Democrat, a
fact w hich adds to the significance of tu re
buke it conveys.
"But although we vindicate Franklin Pierce
against the unjust attacks of the Whigs, we
would warn all democrats from joining in the
slanders which have been issued against his
distinguished opioneiit Gen. Scott, No one
can deny that he is a grent man, and an excel
lent citizen. For ourselves we have nothing
to say against him; on the contrary, we re
spect and honor him, and are verily convinced
that if the tirade of abuse by which he' is as
sailed at present . were coming; from a foreign
press those Democratic journals of America
who now asperse his character, would unite
to vindicate his honor, and indignantly rebuke
the mendacity of such approbriitm. When
our victorious armies, corwned with success
Occudied parts of .Mexico, when each soldief
mirht have been rewarded with the spoils of
t..atholic tnstsitutions, the high principle and
discriminating wisdom of Gen. Scott caused
him to issue orders by which property was
preserved, innocence respected, and the name
of America rndeared to the provinces which
had been crushed and conquered by our
arms. . ' . .
i3yThe Hun: K". f!nrter was mirtHi'Itr roarl
out of the Ranks of Shamocracy, on Saturday
oveninrr. Tlir tiii Hir-.knrv OliiK nf Mjioaillrm
Cause Spitting upon the Locofoc'o platform.
Go it, David ; give 'em goe. Forest City.
- t Th"Fnlon" iAdfiea Seott. 11
In a courteous but rather sharp controver
sy between Mr. Calhoun and ilrv Crittenden
in the Svriat spm ten years gb, i tlie'great
Carolinian complained that Mr. Crittenden,
to sustain a charge 'of inconsistency against
him, had referred to a sppech or vote made
or given several years before, Mr- Critten
den replied with his , accustomed felicity and
effect, and inquired whether the Senator
claimed the benfit of a political statute of
limitations; and if sri, how many years'' must
elapse before time could be plead in' tar of
allegations of that' description. ; The period
was not determined upon. But we presume
that a charge of inconsistency or tergiversa
tion would lie ngainsl a politician Or a news
paper, guilty of a- direct, palpable contradic
tion within a shorter time than "six rears.
Assuming that this proposition ' will not be
gainsiiid, we proceed to convict the Washing
ton Union of the most flagrant and " shame
less inconsistency." -In April, the Union used
these remarkable and emphatic' words" The
gratitude and admiration of a free ' pfopte are
aue to juajor-trener-M oeou. ' Ana again in
1848, the Union spoke of Scott ' in terms of
encomium even more earnest ' and forcible
than those used by it in April, 1847. Indeed
it was quite indignant that Taylor had' been
preferred to Stfott as a candidate" for the
Presidency ; and in an article written express
ly with "a view lb prove" Scott's capability Tori
and title to, that oftice the editor thus can
didly delivered himself. ' ' S
Gen. Scott is. an older soldier than Gen.
lavior; one who is at least eoually, ' if not
more accomplished, and who has distinguish
ed himself by more and as ' brilliant, battles
during the war, , who., captured Vera Cruz
and the, Castle and the Capital of Mexico,
and one, too, who has more qualities of a ci
vilian, and better known as a Whig."
This, we are bound to suppose was the de
liberate opinion the' sincere feeling of the
Union. Well may the Philadelphia Ameri
can inquire if the noble old chief has commit
ted higti treason, thurst a larcenous hand into
the officers of the State, betrayed the coun
try to a foreign foe, or done any other such
monstrous crime as should justly forfeit his
title to "the' gratitude and admiration of a
free people," and invoke upon his venerable
head the unmeasured and acrimonious exer
tions of the very journal which, 'Ee years
ago, so warmly eulogised him? History re
cords no act that can so impeach htm. '
And yet the columns of this same Union
now teem with the most scurrilous and inde
decetil abuse of the man to whom live years
ago, "the gratitude and admiration of a free
people were due." : On ' Wednesday ' of last
week it contained an" editorial headed "Gen
eral Taylor and General .Scott,". from which
we extract tlie following paragraph: ...
There is this wide difference between Gen
eral Scott and General .Taylor; Jbfe former
thinks himself almost an 'Adorable . C rich
ton. He is sensitive about liiStiiiesraanship,
and;li34 organs are fjli'ntj hinStbiUe? top of
his bent by calling him a Solon; and yet we
would rather" have trusted Geft. Taylor, with
nli his adtnmitted. deficiencies, i than Gen.
Scott with his bombast, conceit, and ever
present arrogance. Gen. Tuylor had tho com
mon sense of a.busiHesa," man., 't I j
j. The disgust and contempt with which such
hypocrisy, must jitl ih raiud 6fa every honor
able man, whether Whig or Democrat, would
nut btj increased ;by;any comments; if ours.
Yesterday one man was decried .and tradu
ced; ad K'h4? relatively; extolled i LS day,
the relation t things being altered he who
wa6 defamed is eulogized, and the one before
eulogized, is aspersed and depreciated. The
uinou picu(iica airu-jgeiy upou met iwgei
fulness or ; forbearance of its readers.. , ' ? :
-IS'.lHn !'l f. . i i H i I
A Falsehood Denounced.
Washington; D.' C. Octoher 6, i8S2.; '
To the Editor f the BepuLlic. . -
Deak Sib: , Havinj; seen the following
slatemtin the Union of October 7. 1S52,
viz: '"'' ' ' : .''-"
PEnrscTLT Csushiss. We clip the fol
lowing paragraph from the Washington Jour
nal ot isatttrday. It is a . crashing exposure
of Scott's blarney durinsr his electioneerino-
Campaign in Ohio: '
' 'General Scott's ' Consistency. It would
be amusing, were it hot humiliating, to com
pare the 'blarneying' tone now adopted by
by General Scott towards foreigners, with his
former coarse and bearing towards the same
persons.' The 'rich brogue' of ah Irishman at
Cleveland threw the General into ecstacies.
He actually 'loved' it it reminded him of
how Irishmen had fought side by sido, with
him in Mexico, &e. Now, to show the total
insincerity of this, it is only necessarv to turn
lo one of his letters to recruiting o(liers, writ
ten during the war in 1847. The following
is an extract: v
"You are enstructcd not to enlist foreigners
for the battalion of St. Patrick has taught us
that foreigners connot be trusted." '
"This was at a late period, and . not at the
commencement of the war.. What has since
changed his opinions? Not the Mexican cam
paign, certainly; for that was nearly over
when he so broadly asserted that foreigners
cannot be trusted. And this is the man who
is now trying to humbug Germans and Irish
men, whether naturalized or about to be!
'That rich brogue !' Well !"
I beg you will deny it, m my name, as ut
terly and unqualifiedly false. ' I was one of
General Scott's aid-de-camps during the
Mexican war, and luvts continued in that ca
pacity to this time. The only instructions giv
.en by General Scott to recruiting officers
were to report to certain officers in the Uni
ted States, viz: General of the Army at
Washington, D. C. &c, etc. All other in
structions to recruiting officers were issued
from the office of r the Adjutant General at
Washington ; and, on inquiry there, I am au
thorised to state that no such instructions
were, however, issued from the Adjutant
General's office, it could only have been done
with the sanction of President Polk or .Mr.
Secretary of War Marcy, under which Adju
tant General Jones issued orders during the
absence of General Scott in Mexico.
The utter folly of so doing, in time of war
especially, is sufficient ttj stamp, this purpor
ting to be an extract from General Scott's in
structions, as a base forgery. I reiterate
the statement is utterly false.
Verr respectfully, your obedient servant,
Captain by Brevet, United Stales Army.
'Uncle Tom's Cabin" has been translated
The Result In Pennsylvania and Ohio,
' A usual, says the;. Sandusky Register, the
Locofoco papers are claiming Ohio and Penn
sylvania . as certain for their Presidential can-'
didate, because, at the State-election, their
votes have been cast in favor of their State
Ticket: A. moment's reflection' -will show
that such a result does not necessarily follow ;
and further, that it is not even probable. ' In.
reference to the result in Pennsylvania, the
Cincinnati Gazette calls attention to the fact
that in 1848, . Governor Johnston,. (Whig)
"was only elected Governor in Pennsylvania
by the meagre majority of 297 votes, while
the Democratic Canal Commissioner had . 4,'
800 majority. . Three weeks, afterwards; at
the Presidential election, General Taylor car
ried the State by 13,800, showing a Whig
gain of 1 8,400-over that for State officers on
ly 2 1 days before.' No intelligent Politician
will pretend that Gen. Scott is not a much
stronger Candidate in Pennsylvania: than
ever General Taylor was, and tho apparent
present increase in the: vote.- for Judge and
Canal Commissioner, in that State, is no evi
dence of party strength there, as it- will be
seen in many counties where the Judge and
Canal Commissioner hare majorities varying
from 300 to 500, the Whig Candidates , for
members of the Legislature and county offi
cers have been elected." Another circum
stance has operated strongly in favor of the
opposition in the recent Stale election in Pen-,
nsylvania. Judge Woodward, the Locofoco
Candididate for the Supreme Judgeship, is a
strong Native American, and received the un
animous support of the Native . American
party in that State. Our opponents, therefore,
owe the election, certainly, of one of their
Candidates, and probably oi loth to the co
operation and assistance of their Native
American allies. , We hope thio fact will not
be lost sight of, in November, by our natura
lised citizens. Our adversaries are welcome
to all the capital they can make out of a
triumph gained by such a coalition..... ' ..',..
In Ohio, the returns,, as far as received,
show a large decrease in the Locofoco majori
ty, as compared with that given for Governor
Wood, last year.. But what is a still .nore im
portant consideration, the returns indicate
that a full vote has not been poled; which, as
the past has shown, always operates 'more to
the disadvantage of the Whigs, than of the
Locos. It is also well known that many, who
at the State' election, voted" for ' the Loco
nominees; to whom they felt bound by local
ties and organizations, will cast their votes in
November for Scott The Old Hero ha many
friends among the Opposition, who will give
him that support which they have refused to
the State Ticket ' ; " -' :
The recent result, in this State, although
not yet definitely ascertained, abounds in en
couraging indication, that if lite full - Whig
strength is brouglU to the polls, in November
an object which the effort at the State elec
tion rarely ever accomplishes the. Electoral
vote of Ohio will certainly be cast for Scott ;
Let every Whig remember this important
truth. There are, in this State, nearly 12,000
School Districts; and since 1844, there has
probably been no election, at which at least
two Whigs in a District, have not voted.
If these Whigs should all be brought to the
polls, it would make a difference . of thirty
thousand votes in our favor! .Let the Whigs
throughout the State, between this and the
second day of November, labor to secure this
object to bring out a full Whig vote and
the result cannot be doubtful. Remember,
that to achieve a great victory, .untiring nnd
unrelaxing labor is necessary, and that, while
the opposition are on the alert, active and per
severing, tee must not be idle. A very little
extra exertion on the part of the Whigs, would
have gained Erie county to the State Ticket,
Let us not have to reproach ourselves with
a similar reflection, after the Presidential elec
tion. , '..'!
A German Democrat.
The Memphis (Tennessee) Enquirer pub
lishes the following letter, it says, is from "a
distinguished German Democrat" of Mem
phis: ' - t " - ' .-'-,
"Memphis, September 21, 1852.
"Messrs. Editors: I am a foreigner; a
German, and a Democrat I . came to , this
country in 1830. I served in 183U in Florida
first under General Gaines and then under
General Scott Now, Messrs, Editors, that
my position may be distinctly understood in
this community, (having been considerably
aunoyed on this subject,) , I desire lo state
through your paper the reason why I inten.l
to vote for General Scott It is this; When
I was sick, wounded, and suffering intense
pain in Florida, General Scott took charge of
me himself and treated me as a father would
have treated his son; as he did all of the men
under his command who were so unfortunate
as to be sick or wounded. This was when I
was a mere private in the ranks. When my
wounds were dressed by the surgeon. Gen
eral Scott held my arm and said: 'Hold still,
Willmer 1 am with you, and will have nil
things done right in regard to your wounds.'
Having stood by and befriend me in a trying
time, I, though a Democrat, shsll stand by
him on the second day of November.
J3fThe Washington Republic announces
that the Hon. lames H. Johnson, a prominent
Union Democrat, of Georgia has declared for
Scott and Graham.
Mr. Johnson was one of the few members
of. Congress who signed ' the Toombs and
Stevens document, declanug their unwilling
ness to support Gen. Scott Mrj J. has seen
good cause to change his mind. He finds
upon examination that there is not a man in
the country who-can be more fully relied on
than Gen. Scott for a firm support Of all the
just rights of the Smith as well as the just
rights of ail other sections.
C3T" At the August elections in Desha
county Ark., ihoreVvas a fie vote between Dr.
S. II. WTilson, Whig, and Ben Johnson. Esq.,
Locofoco. We lenrn from the last Little
Rock (Ark.) Whig, that at a recent special
electiotyhetween the same candidates, Wil
son, "Whig, was elected bv 31 votes over his
Locofoco competitor. "Boys, do you hear
that!". Nashville Banner.
We don't expect to carry Arkansas, but
hut signs show, that even in that profoundly
Locofoco State, the enthusiastic admiration,
which is felt for Scott, is giving a heavy ac
cession of strength lo his party.
l O . . ,.. T ,1 1- a, ,
8EKS AND INCIDKXTS ALOKO THB' KQUTaV
' Tiwiir. Ohio 0ct V?mV
DEPARTURE FROM SPRINGFIELD.
i oi.'O 1
. General Scott left Springfield, at iwo.p'clpck
accompanied, by a number , of citizens pf. this
place... At every, station orj the, route -a dem
onstration was made, and., the,.ci;izeps of the
surrounding ...country gathered ,U meet, the.
lieneral. ; 7 ,, ... ,irH.Bj4 toWt li:
' 'A TOUNO HAMESAZE BOUVB TO BK A :810,:;'.
' At Hunt's station, a woman pressed forward
with a fat, promising baby in her arms.
"There "General, said she "that child's name
is Winfield Scott and he's going to-be h whig,
ton; in spite of his father; and if the old irmn
don't vote for von ' next month, I'll -n-Thr
rest of the sentence was not spoken, save by
an expressive iook V ' ' '" . " ' ' -
"' A SPXBCH; BUCKEYE, E-TCl' .' ,.''
At Urbana, some , two thousand, persons
were gatlu-red,,and an address was. deliv
ered by John. II. Gaines Esq., to-which. Gen.
Scott replied, alluding, in terms of. deep re
gret, to tlie, recent ;death of General .Vance,
A large number of ladies were present, and. a
vast t number ;uf carriagegantj, poller tebltjles
lrom the country,..., . .. s ., .-t,
V BRSAKDOWST-OEIf- 8COTT , AOITATEO. ; ,
At West L i herty. w here ' the - cars) stopped
tor' a few iivhotes only, there -eras good
gathering. ' A platform which had been erec''
ted here ' for -the convenience of spectators,
broke down under the pressure of the Crowd,
doing no damage however,1 lo. life or limb.
Gen. Sciitt evinced much concern at tlie acci
dent, and was quite agitatd, until he learned
that no one was Seriously iiijnrecT. !? '' -
ANOTHER 9MASH OES.'SCOTT TJRJIOVED.' '"''
At . Belfontaine, , the. county seat of Logan
county, the -..crowd was immense, and.lhe
scene of the previous night at Middletown
was re-enacted,. People surrounded the cars,
and mad. the General get out. and mount a
platform erected for the occasion, ' While Gen.
Scott was on the platform the curs accidental
ly ran. against it, crushing , the planks, and
causing a fcarlul panic among those who
were. -on it Everv one jumped olfl or was
preparing to do so, with " 'thei exception' of the
Vreneral He alone, it was remarked, appeur-
ea unstartiea, anu stooanrm... .,
V !' - ii ,. Nil.; t VJKW.1 i-!,S: .-..:.
At Belle Centre the cars wer' again
stopped, in the midst of a considerable crowds
One old ;man presssd forward and cried-
"General, " I fopght at Ltindy's Lane, nnder
Capt, CnmniiBgs. God bless you!' ! It does
mf heart good to see you, and I hope, tn-see
you before long at ' Hother place" (meaning
the While House.) "Never mind that, "my
friend," said Scott? '"it is a sufficient pleasure
to stre vou here." -'"Well General" rejoined
the old soldier,"'! saw you once on! a night
that tried men's sou!s---w hen' you rode along
with Capt. Miller. 'to show him the way to'the
enemy." ; This little incident caused much
excitement. "'" 1 "-' ?" 1'' !"
. . ,. ' . . . - : : : '
OREAT G.VTHERISO OP J LADIES OES. SCOTT
sj. MADE PRISONER ,... .,, ,,,4,.-,. s"
. At Keroptou i .1 ; number , of ladies were
gathered . on a stand, and General Scott got
out of the curs to shake hands with them.
when a large caowd .of persons immediately
surrounded mni. ana Oespue tne ringing ,.t
the car bell, nnd blowing of the whistle, they
would not let him return to the cars until near
ten minutes had been lost.- U ' I .)
GREAT EXTIIUS.IASM X' DITASTEB "IS THE
At Patterson,in. the tnidst of the enthusi
astic demonstrations, a man commenced dan
cing on a pile of Lumber, and shouting in a
stentorian voice, "Well, boys,! !! be U -d if 1
aint hs goitd a man a any one here,. -Hurrah
for. Pierce." . He , nwtike- no echo, however,
the people being averse to introduce any parr
ty lest in welcoming Scott . Several tings
were here taken on lua cars anu spread to
the breeze.1 j. !'-.: -,' .v. .--?, . ,
ItLCMISATlOS ASD RAIX AT TIFTIS TORCH
LIGHT. ;i;'' '" ' '"'';
PROCESSION SPEECH FROM , THE G2XERAL,
It ' now began to rain, and before the cars
reached Tiffin a smart shower was descend
ing. Notwithstending this drawback, howev
er, there was a dense crowd at the station,
and the streets were brilliantly illumina'.ed
and full . of people. ', A large procession was
formed at the depot, preceded by numerous
torch bearers. Ill the procession was a hand-
somely decked car, niled wttn laaies, wuo naa
turned out despite the rain. ,..' ..
On reaching Shawaii House. General Scott
spoke a few words from the balcony, express
ing Ins unwillingness to Keep mem out. in me
rain for the purpose, of addressing them, and
adding thai he would meet and speak to
them in the. morning,
The house was tieutifuliy decorated, and
filled with ladies. The town was also crow
ded to overflowing, and beds were at a pre
. Ohio for Scotf. '
We tliink it is now settled t fixed fuel'
that the 23 votes of.Ohio will be given to Gen.
Scott. I lis strength is greater in the Slate
much greater than that of pur Statu ticket at
the late election. AH who voted the whig ticket
at our general election, will vote . for Stint
electors, aud many that voted tignir.sl itat the
recent election, will vote with us tor Scotland
Graham. Our friends in Ohio know, and
our friends elsewhere may rest assured, thai
Ohio is for Scott and Graham, for the. Union,
for internal improvements for protection.' o
to our own labor, for peace, and the pros
perilv and happiness of the people. - , ?
; - aj Jntlffc Corwin i-iU r.-s
We See by the Slate M,'ot' Tnesday, that
quite a numberof appointments have been as
signed to Judge Corwin, of the Supreme
Court for political meetings. By pursuing
this course, Judge Corwin has violated prom
ises made to his friends. His taking the stump,
however, is not, in our opinion, a lowcringof his
dignity, but an elevation. Improper as we
deem it for a Supreme Judge to mingle in
the political contest of the ilay.if Jndgn Cor
win never-soil tlie ermino with a more
flagrant offence than making political speeches
he will disappoint the expectatiop ,of hi
friends. It is certainly one of the smallest
improprieties 6f which he- is aiUy: '"- '''
iicuerat stun s. our lurvtigut u ms!m;
t PoMAKT'ici'Artiii'rt A'Srfjf W two since)-
but)liihed:-1lsxVsJJ ihefCinrinnaltlNorikiiii! .
the marriage irMf.P.,' bf yfetiborg to Misi'
R., of Covin'tbL'Frqm'eireumfe
raherUihgulai' ' nnt.tireil''c
marriage,1 a oo'ti 'eal gossip ha Weri oe-'
casiotied "in "ihH' community'' dorihg Aevef'sl"
day pasCviV appears that MR S,ubf Cbvirtg-'
tori tad jeen paying his" sddresses to5 "the lady.t
arid' ti4" pressed 'his uit successfully1, as h
had fcaspS tiiWiJeve, for 'the 'engagement hd!
been 'completed, and' the 'wedding'aT Bxed
M.'SVhappy in:Iie')rbhtestaiiorr and cares
ses bf love, maile hb setrect fifTiis ttpproaen-1
ihg' "niiptfafsC Thc'."weddrn'1gaf meats! were'
prepared, Hhe clergyman was eogaged.'and'.
friends around were 'notified' bj? letter "and by'
felegrhpli of the Same. "'.The wedding was trt'
take place oh the 1st of September On Sun
day last 'the, lover Ji'ad an fnteT-vleV with bid?
"intended," the ' arraugemedtVfJrtslIy compfe-',
ted, ' ftnd .a" trip ' to Niagara Falls, Saratag'o,'
New' York,, du'ring,"the honey moon.'
agreed upon. Twenty' minutes after the 'de-'
parture'of Mr SL, the affianced bride left also'
in company of Mr.'P.,"ef y"icsbu'rgh.,."'They
came fliiectfy across the fivfr hnd at the Den
nis,it tfouse V8re ma"dl manahtf wlftf.''',; '!""
? Of thls, the unfortunal'MV.',S
btissf tiTlghorance; until at iat6 lio'uf bq 'Sund ay'
ere'nirig, 'w hen ne tatfret'c tKe y oonTatl r"
called nnon him. and overwhelmed him with?
the nstoundTng 'mtelligence',' His reelirigs:oo
being cpriviifcetl of the; frulli'cari befirhaginerfy'
perhaps but trot dr?sc'ribedr'The. talhei'Valr
indignant beyond' expression at the conduct of
his daughter., lie,, fcwore. although he oref?
swore before, that she should hot receive one'
cent of? his weaHh he was Worth' hear ifcl'OO,'''
000 and hat 'nothing sliouidlndhce a reeW-i
ciliation. ' Tlie next morm'no; the 'ftews'spreadl
tvery whre ani3 'Mr? S: found ' kll'.'Coviftg'
tou jesting about tiis' mirforturik ,"'Thi" jilt-
ting affair, so extniordihaVt and u'liiicciiUntai
ble" at fSrst'gfancejHs explained somethibjf-'
ter this manner,' bj1 tn6sb"vVlie appear 'W
beefi eaga'tied tiir-seVeral Jeais',"'!but liefjia
rents had'.fijrbidderi' thenmatclHVo the' Jady4
l1ie sex1si''ever fertile5- in ' expedients-de'I
termined to, choose anolherlottr one 'ii tSra
rierj'pare'ntsr' apprpveantf 'lhus after "iirtu
ri'ncj ihefKwrfifen ! c6nsenthfll ihe shoulct tati?
rf, . noTwiflistanding'slie waa'"under
call in . the for mer ' lover to bear bfl" the Jirixe
This siie' affected by ''. rnaking' "ai'cats 'paw of
Mr. S. and it : pprears ih jSerformed ih
heartless transaction fror& beginning' tii end'
without bnce'exciting'the, "suspicion of her ps-i
rent' or lover! . .-7". T.'j '.' V "
Who. after aaeS a' eoirii de 'elat: Will One
tion the dec'ehfulnes's' bf ; women f:vBuf th
romantic narfof the storV remfiinS to tefoldi
a ue . i.orsjrKeri 4over, aiier nsain iiiiiitwi,'
thousand and ohel iTiroeal w'hat"'he'-lihou1d' d.
under '"such" circumstarices of !sheh 'painful!
embarass'ment,' at ' length resolved Wtii
slioot .hfmself, 6r her, br liln' but' to join irt
the" prWctical joke'nd the'too inndying langli;
and to'bffer himsellah3ediafor;.et;he ralien
upon the indignant father, a'ndftrt Tnlkioi
over the 'affiilrj -succeed 4& in ionvlnctng; hint
it , was ' beitef"6ne' of thfe pVirtie 'shbultf 'Be
made thhnppy,tharitfit lall' should ! mkiJ
miserable,' and things tould hot be helperf,
he urged jlhe "parents 'to'becbroe tec6nci!eoJ
to' thefr clindreo." This "donV;"ne Varae :,'t .
Cincinnat'ti' arid accompanied "ttve neeljr mar
ried couple' td Co'vingtop, wller'theY rec'eivedl
the" forgiveness Hnd benediction'' bfthfe oflen
pery places. J .
r i K -1. " . 1 !'. 'tOs 1 ! .'Mj.Vil i rat
'''jiyTne Franklbrt l:e6mlflinwea1tri, frttb''
lishes riieTollowing copy, of the Demoeratit
ticket of Fayette county, Ky.. m 1823. ' 1
""""'' ;" .''' "''jACK'SOX'! ':"w v"i'i
- - , '-. ...
' iFrsfraWeW tha cey Tms' i "'
:i .'...In ktorma rta boagha haee eheltered tbeia; K
7i -...O'er FseedomU land itOj btaachjaa naoea w
. ,XW planted on (.h Lion's grare, :
,i f.;w . fVrCgrM-i' ii! if
! BEXJAM1N TAYLOO. fev-.-U t 1
)-..-, Fur Stole hegitksturt, t- v f-e u-i
n,r,,i , , n ,7 v- f ' iiITrT,,
So here !the Democraia in, 1 828,v'-het: a
high 'protect h tariff teas- in i a Ih .tipBralius
and when. splendid and 'gjmTak' irystem-6
internal improvs-ments was .- contcmplatien,
claimed th tariff and interaaHmprovemetila
as distingnishing measures of the Democratio
party."s Wefnay: add, thatjin the intswye-arj
1 8'28,'ali the wieaibcrs of. the -Democralir--or
Jaokstm electoral ticket f Kentucky pus orttt
a handbill under thctn own iame which asstta.'
circulated by ten of tliousands and- repirWtah-.
edin alt the Demcrafief( papera, infiatmj
that Jacksoa and thi Dmtdrncy-"'eTo ' nv
fai er of the efficient) protecttaB 1 ef i Amorieani
industry by --a" tariff'; hnd ' tHati'HC John! Q:
Adams should be. re-elected and '.'the !Wbiiri
should continue in powtyr; ith tariff trooldF
not be sustained with - suffient-p., 'Anil
afterwards two Dernocratic Slate hmJrItilnlV,
one of them held ns lata! asNlM2ite'iilveet
v-Kiwtntousyiin" fiimrs'bS the protioilro
American itidtastry bytsiriff dtrtiea artt
designated-the particular branche iif induM
try which" tlnelthought aliould be eaergrjlsctrllip
protected' by fltoch diitiet.'3 e i.--tr.'it! .iru
What veryonsistent patrtjr .thJW DeirW
eratie party isi s It adbpta,. diaoardseadrifrt
agaiti anrt Uiscarda agaiifc every k&id of dKt
trine, and always ptwfessea-1 ' IgrivetTiing'
itself in It adopting anoV-tt dwcrd!ngif W
the strict letter of tlw ontir0m nd to feel
a perfect horror forhttitndinTiairtTOnfttrctisJ
A statesman tnigljt a well, t "itinsieU" the
tail f a weatheroock4n Marches go -with th
Locofoco party. ,,, !v Louisville JoHrqal,:
i --,! :.t"; .- "i' v ':'' .'. nil.--.. t:n.:j '
-..,-.3 r!ii.; -.5 t.'.H'-i-.a-lH' ' ; ? .
!. t ; : IFlat a few Totes illi(y'i-
Friends bf Scbti fand"Oraliamt jttst 'one
word for yoti ;to heed:- Ohio has Mnrhl'S.
000 "'ch(K)l'"(fist,rlctX1an4 ther'Har'liw'h''n.r
elec'tio-n fii the1 State, since fft'iaVwliiii'a-'ii.'nf
Fessiliafi i 'two Wiirf''rtctflf;W(5 nt;
th8 Stall !did npt Absent "Hhemservei, ft-oiit'
i.ti- -i t-- '
also cohslder himself a special" 'committee1 ''!
Presidtwr berOril,'i'ii'ttrjTVr; V-i
-;' t a- ri' iiti .IE.'
Now let every Whig who reads tins njrv,
graph telf this fact to his WThig neigl-rHirana.
miik-rJ n'snecial committeef man ' bf ItihY; aiiiV'
se"to fr that tfiix year hut pyfr ",hig m
district fails to '(fefiosifhis vole 'M "the" 2d f
November. . , ,
'1)9'this'rhrottghout thV fltatanrl W
Whig 'triumph will be comple'V ;)iii.i'wiif
then certainl 've ' tinfielrT SeKtt W
electcift! VoIps, and'plnr ' hiaVletfti'W tblho