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FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OCTOBER 30, 1852.
11.' j IvI
- j; s, FOFKE, Editor and Publisher.
The Fmm,i published every Saturday morn
a Office la JJucklaud's Prick Building Ihird
story; Fremont, SiidtnltT eonnlTiOhio. '
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ClvhoTta d pwrd,tone address ,
fl-w.of Anan . . . - ' 1 25
'lown enbjeribefewijlibeeliarfed JlS.; ' Thedif
' "(Tereneem thptermitirtween th. price on-pper
,f el!trediowod thonmotby mail, isoeca
.-! Waea the umaPT laAofpaid i n adTanee, a aba i
.preihuly I fro Uollara wiu oecnarjreo u paia win
ilk year, if not paid uat'il after the expiration of
year, j wo JJoiiarsaqa r my hhii uo;iirK
Hd. Tb-ekerm'wtUbstHetJyadheredto.i i
Row re Sror . Firafeo that yeahare
pg for it tip to the tima van Wieh it o etopi notify
;ha Pat Mastetof yoor doeire, and aalthim to no
ify the poblihet.nnder hie frank, ( ha ii author
ed to. doj ofyoor wih to dieeontihue.- - ; ' '
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''ar'dit pftrxtixfe oFFtcEt
-Li.Wnra aojr prepared, to eteeuts to ord?r.ln a
ueatnad ef peditione manner, and uponthefairest
-arma; almnet all dcription ni t
. . JO B PRINTING; ;
. . - SUCH AS
BBsiaiseCaaDtj.: i : t IBiti. Hts.
Drafts, ' - -
Blt.I.. ' : !'- .
Baok Cbcks, , , ,
Law Casks. .
. Bali. Tickts.tc .etc.
. , W wo!d say to those of onrfriends who are in
want of snch work, voo need not o abroad to ret
s- done, when it can he done just aa good at home.
. , "t- w. o. O. F.
CoooK topos. No. 7", meets at the Odd Fel
I,1 Hall, in Buckland'a Brick Building, every
'Saturday evening.' " -' ' ' ,: 1
"PEASE Ac feOlVEItTS, :.
ya sjaaurAcrcaciur . :.:
Copper, Tin , and Slicetiron Ware ,
AVD DKlXEBS IS .. . .
T8ift?s,Trtl, Hides, Sheep-pelts, Rags,
v Old Copper, Old Stoves, &&, &a
ALBO, ALL SORTS OF OKTJUISB TABKIB JIOTIOMS
- j. Pease's BrlcU Block, No. Ii
FREM03ST. OHIO. : : , 32
STEPHEN HtTCKIiAXI Sc CO.,
i" ' DEALSBS IN ' '" . ; ' "
Drngsj Medicines, Paints, ye-Stuirs,
u JBooh, StationaaT , ,
' . " FBEMONT,. OHIO. . , -
V GEORGE W. GUCK,
AktoriicyaiMX Cotmscllor at tawt
" FREMONT, OHIO.
Office Onedoor 'east of A. B. Taylor's Store.
July 19, 1SI. -
,, , BCCKLASD Sc EVEHETT,; '
'Attorneys and Counsellors at law,
' And Solicitors in Chancery,
j TTtTILL attend toProfessiona'.busiiiess and Land
- V V Agency in Sandusky and adjoining r.oonties.
,,; ' Oanca 2d "Story Rockland's Bfock, Fremont.
? . -R. p. Bccm.Aiin.V-' tHo"" t,,"!TTv
Janoart 1st, 1P52. ji - i. .
, , ,, BICKIXSOlV & ii ayXes,
, , - , Atiornertat IiBW ,
j , AH business eotrnssed to their care will he
, fironxptly attended to. OrHce the' same heretofore
': occupied by Won. 1..' B. Otis; in Buckland'e Block.
F.' Dtcriirson-:-' - " " Go. . Hirais.
Tremont CeelS. KSiV '';'-n-i tr: '
!t-t.!1i- "cjHETiEB JEDOEIlTPSft:' ,
iAttomcTand Connsellor at law,
j-; .nd Stilicilorin Chancery, ill carafully attend
all nrofessional business left in his charee. He
ill also attend to the collection of claims etc., iuJ
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kia-and affioininreonntves. - - - i'
"'"Office -Second STorySnckland'sBlock.'"
"r ' FREMOMT, OHIO. "": '
: Ira smith;
r Jt public generally; thaf he still eontinnvstoear
f yy onhe Bbove bnsinesa in alt its branches and
i farms, iii has madeaaditionstorns stock ot
Hotiei, Carriage, Buggies, Vc
.4.itfoaracepared to accommodata all ahems
avor him with a call. Horses ana carriages
can be. had at any moment. C.or,ere.d an. open
' tnggreafor men of (Justness -or pleasure, -n the
Itortea. netiea.:; ishI it..i:r t-.M -.
- iidiK ttT& p5ie Iteiit bottom,, .
slways 6n hand .-.Thestrjctestattepticn paid,so
tnatall who call Miiaii ire jccomniomna wuuuui
A I T I - ' . i i . 1. ...... .
delay.. Teams for 'r 11 '
7. .-Carrying I'assengerg of M
"jcito any part dfthe'coaritr-','BlwTs
' . t - -' - t : . .li . j.- t
' -TSwr,hin H V thius in . rhe. nbove tirwli will
Lala welLtorise bioia trial, as befaala conndeni tney
.will be satisfied, both. aa. to teams and prices, the
former Warranted to carry passengers to their deeti
nationinlhe shortest possihle time, and the latter
teha as reasonable as pneaible. By strict attention
to "basioess, he hopes to merit a liberal share of
J. poWie pstronags. ....... n . .; .
Stablest Na arly oJosite Norton's Foundry
V Frimont.Nov.1 2.1850.' ; " " ;
,ni.M-, :i n.-.N .-..t. .. ' l : .
X-' flna,Dle-LB for Sale; - 5.
!,'Tt!fti sitbscriber riHetTl60 acre of excellent
1-3-JL ; tieaberadlssul, tying nesrMamer'a Corners
LA. Q. B,AWSON.
raaaseal, MJ UJMl-i-4w, e, :.
OSE Hair Oil,-- ? OxMarrows- '
Bear Oit : Maocassar Oil, .
-? Bandoline Fixstrice, Philocomb, ,n
-rtt'iiCream of Hoses and Lilys-, .'. ; . -. :
-"CologBe.Rose and Layendar Water, &c dsc,
vii t-t .' r t, just received, at Bnc:tAD' 8.
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,' ,r)LEASE CALL- and look at, my assortment
,JtT of Crookery and Glass-ware.
TjMayi24. 1851. i . 'J. T. MOSS.
BOOK8 sad Church Service. A
-JT, eplendidsssortmpnt.'from 31c to $3, at
BUGKLAND & GO'S.
r- ,T) 1,BLES. A large Jot of Family Biblew from
L $150 to $6. Also, Pocket, Cla'sp. Tuck, and
t'pfyglottBiblesind Testamentsat '
... ;.! , BrCKi.Airrt'B.
i .A LAKGE quantity of Water Lime for sale
J. A.at the Urocery and rrovision store or
-t.' M. T1LLUTBOB. .
. Jobs'7I85I. .ii:
Tillot son k Tyler,
RESPECTFULLY announce to theciti
xena of Sandusky and adjoining countire. that
they have juet replenished their Grocery with alerge
and Complere Stock, and are now prepared to supply
their Old Cuotomere and all who may favor them
with their oalronaire, with anv thine in their line,
at red need prtcea. , Theiretoek conitstaia part of
Sugars, Coflfee, Teas, Spices,
Pepper, Kaiscns, Tobaccp, Segars.
Nuts, . Powder, Shot, Ac. , &c.
together with a large and superior assortment of
C3 yeV. IWr II i 3C ffi !
madefrom refinedloafsngars. They keep onhand
aauperior article of j'.: :' . '
WINES, BltANDIES AND GIN!
which wiil be sold cKpaper than Ihe sameartic
le can be bought at any other establishment in Fre
mont. - They "alaohavea choicelot of , r ;
-..f f WHISKEI!
which wiHbeaoldfrom 34, to US cents psrgallon
the best article in town, the assertion of oTHaas to
thecontrary notwithstanding. .
.Ittmonade, Mead,' Crol one? Beer,
enn he found at their Grocery atall business hoars.
Thankfnl to the nublic for their heretofore liberal
patronage, we respecttully solicit a continuance 01
: Fremont, April 13th. 151.'-N. 5 ly.
r .; : ' -AND . GENERAL .. .
FREMONT SANDUSKY COUNTY,
W5I. KESSLER, Praprietor.
TV jf R. KESSLER, announces t the Travelin
IV J Public thitt he has returned to the above we
known stand and is now prepared to aceomm'eda!
in the best manner, all who may favorhim with
rhe-irnateoftape. - -
.NeetTorta wiilbeanared to promotethecomfort
and convenience of Cueetr.
IU Good Stabliko and careful OsTtaasin at
tendance ;: -Fremoiit,November24,l849
36 ' r:
Upholster & Paper Hanger
. : SAMJlSA'V CITY, OHIO.
'Sandnskv city. May 17, 185!.
;V - FREMOXT. 'oniO. ; '
GIDEON HATCH. Tailor t
WOULDinform hisfriendssnd the public, that
ho has laken rooms at Ballville, where he
ntends earrvinir on the nbove bos'meee.in alius
branches, and hopes by puiielnal. attention and
angexnerience in histrade to men I and receive s
hare.of paironage.r . a , .
N. B. GnttinB of irarmentsofevcrv description
attended io in the most fashionable style, and war
ranted to-.nl.. '".
Also, hots Agent for Pavis Pain Killer
a fresh supply just received and foreale by .
. ! , GIDEON HATCH.
BalWiHe, JnlT 13, 165018 ,- .
. . PHILIP MAXWELL,
WOULD respectfully announce thai he has
. Bemoyed hit $ho,onedoor
Soaih of Leppciman's Jewelry Shop,
opposite Heed Qnarters, where he will be happy
to -wait on his old customersandall whoneedany
thirty in his line.
If yon wantvou rnrments made np RIGHT,
and after the Latest Fashion you must callon
JJ. B. Particular attention paid to catting, and
warranted to fit if properly made up.
Fremont, April 28, Ir349.
GREECE & MfCG,
.ittorneysat law ASollcitors inChnncery,
Will give their undivided attention to profession
al business intrusted to their care in oanaussy ana
OtSoe In the second story of Buckland'eBlock.
n. j. xv. ooousoiv,
RESPEt;T FULLY tenders his services to the
people of Bellevuc and vicinity.. -Special
altentton given to Diseases of Children
Diseases or the Eve, Throat and Chest,
-i Ujr Office in 'Moore's Arcade," Monroe street.
where he may be found night or day," when not
profvesionly engaged. ; -Charges moderate. .
Bellevue. May J, IS52. 3m.
B Parker Sitrecou Dentist,
t-. rcnrrTi'i! ir v. ..j r : .
1 I J j U . 1 v IU I.HUUI'1.1 TILT"
r4.-.i.T?.: r ...j .,
AVto the citizens of Fremont and vicinity, all ope
rations relating to The preservation and beauty of.
lusj natural teeln, or ihe insertion of artiticjal teeth,
Wtiau-ot, gele or silver plate, done in the neatest
msLfr He is in possession of the latest improve
me is now. in ase, cousequenriy be nailers hnnseii
ma, no im urcuuim r.nuri enure eittiiaciuii (I
those who may desire ma aid ttt any branch at the
profession. . ( . ; . -: :
Lethean Ether id ministered, -titrl teeth ictracted
without pain,.if drtired. :
Oflicein Caldwell's Brick Building, over Dr
Rice's office. '.
Fremont Jen. 24, 1851.
17 EXTRACT '.
Frem the Laws and Regulations of the PosrOffice
Chapt. 7, Sec. 55. "'.VIimi' the" rha'farrivesoii
Sudayvhe ( the postmaster) will keep luaofficeopeu
for one houror more, if the public convenience re-
qmre Ft, after the arrival and assnrtment tTreroof,
valesrit, be during the time ef public worship
which case he wjl! keep the office open for one hour
nrmore;rrtiecesearyaHerte same hasceasexr.'
.The above reguiacion will ;be observed at th
office.. I. M. KEELF.R P. M.
Post Office, Fremont Jan.' 1651.- "" - r
5ANF IELQ & MIT C H EL I
WHOLKBALS-AKD RETAIL DIALERS I
-r HARDWARE,' NAILS AXl) IR0X,
PAINTS, OILS, JARNISII & BRUSHES,
Tramps., Brittnnia and Jappatied IVare;
ROPES AlVB t'Oll DACE;
. teiins '&' Pistols, Powder & Shot.
STOVES AND PIPE i
Tin and Copper Wr;st thesiirn of the Padlock
net Stove, in the Store formerljeccupiedby E. N.
VWi, BppOSHP IU, Dlllit.. . r
r remont. Use, 28, Ig5fl. ,
- SOCIAL HALL.
rTTMt-siibseriber is prepared to furnis),' Socil
-- HALt., in unckland's Brick IBlock, for
rMHSoB Parties, Sorles, Leetures.&c.
i asohabfelerm! andalso ref rcslimellts,
'f best stvleonvthe shortest notice t
.-. . . '- ., . . J- F. R. SEBRING:
, r. imont August JJ850.
SIntual Tire lcsurasce Company.
FREMONT, OHIO. . i .-
. DK- It. S. KICE. i
Cohtitvuestfie practice of Medicinein Fremont
and adjacent country. "
! Osfic, ai fornrerly, on Froni street , oppo
site Peal's new liilding, ; -, .
Fremont, Not. 23, 1850. 37 I
J at try).
, Aotumn Lcares.
Oh, Autumn leaves!
- Summer's bright roses ens by one have past;
: Gone ia the beauty of the golden sheaves;
Te come at lat,
' Prophets of winter hours approaching fast!
Oh, autumn leaves!
Why look ye thus so brilliant in decay?
Why, for the dying year when Nature grieves,
. Are ye so gay, . . ! - -
With richer hues thnn graced her opening day?
Oh, autumn, leaves!
Te, as ye don your crimson robes of mirth,
. While dull decay a moment scarce reprieves,
. '. . . Your forms from earth- -.
Te tell as happier far Is death than birth!
' Oh, sntnmn leaves! -
Like you the dying saint in splendor grows; .
With each laint pulse of life that feebly heares
At evening1, close,
. His every grace with added glory glows.
. Oh, autumn leaves! .
Like you, he casts aside all hues of gloom.
And of his bright'ning hopes a chaplet weaves
- , ... . . 1 nal o'er hie tomb.
Throws the glad premise of eternal bloom.
JfU a c 1 1 1 a n t o n 0 .
Dsad Letters. During the. last quarter
one thousand seven hundred and .eighty-one
letters were returned to the Dead Letter
Office, in the Post Office Department. These
contained $10,689, in the aggregate. Re
cently, about one million and a third of such
letters were puplicly destroyed, a bonfire be
ing kindled with them on the Mall. We yes
terday saw a large number of the various ar
ticles transmitted through the mails, the ma
jority of which will neyer come into the pos
session ot thote to whom they were addressed.
Among those may be mentioned a horse
shoe; a ginger-cake, the postage on which
was $2.10; a donation to a church, being a
email cake in a paper box ; a quilt, "a New
Year's present to a bachelor; a Dutch pat
tern for a child's dress; a pin cushion, the
stand of it the bottom of a glass lamp, the
postage $4, the intrinsic worth as many cents ;
a itnc frame belonp-ins to a ealvanic batte
ry, postarje fl7r a stone ;weichinir two
pounds, addressed to a gentleman by "Eliia,"
as a .sample of bis generosity; a large bottle
of snlve; and a bundle containing a coarse
shirt,' a pair of blue stockings, and a razor.
' Revenue and Drain.
A bloody tragedy was 'enacted a few days
ago in the streets of Milwaukee. A young
man named John M. W. Lace was shot dead
bv Miss Ann Wheeler, The Free Press
states that Mr. Lace had seduced Miss Whee
ler, a milliner doubtless under an express
or implied promise of marringe and had ro
fused to make the only reparation in his pow
er, by marrying her.., lie had also blazoned
er shame to his boon companions. Driven
to desperation, she purchased a double-bar
ed pistol and dirk, met Lace, asked him if he
intended to- marry her, was answered No
with an oath, when she presented the pistol
to the back of his head and fired, and the
seducer was a corpse. The avenger of her
own wrongs stood by calmly until an officer
who was near, enme up. bhe surrendered
the pistol aud dirk, avowed and gloried in
what she bad done, and walked with the
officer to jail. In giving up the dirk she re
marked "It is a p-ood one, and I intended
to make sure work of it." Evidences of her
intention to commit suicide, the Free Press
says, have also been discovered. Miss. Whee-
ir was from Cleveland, and her relatives re
de here. The Free Press thus comments:
"This is a dreadful busines. But, on our
honor as a man, and our faith as a Christian,
we fell bound to say, that the' wrone he did
her far exceeded the wrong which:-she has
done him. And as loner as society refuses to
prefect the rights, and vindicate the wrongs
of women, she must be expected to redress
her own wrongs. There is not a man, deser
ving the Dame, who would not infinitely pre
fer to have his daughter or, sister shot down
n the streets, than become the victim of the
CuSa-Dr. Balle j'? Opinion.
Plots for the annexation of Cuba arid the
dismemberment of Mexico' are thrckenme.
In the character of Gen. Pierce, in bis party
training, in .the history of the influences
Inch lie secured his nomination, there is no
reason to hope tliat.he would interfere against
thf se baleful schemes tohilethe character, po
sition and relation of Oen.-Seott do autherize
the expectation of such interposition, should
he be elected. .
Slavery Pronntrandism will be winked at by
Gen. Pierce discountenanced bv Gen. ScotL
Defeat the Democratic party whenever it
assumes a false position on the nuestion of
Slavery and it will eventually take a true one.
iNational H,ja, Uct. I4tli.
No hoe will question the sagacity, sincerity
or inteligonce of Dr. Bailey, the well known
Democraiie-Anti-slavery editor of the Na-
tional.Era. His voice f warning from the
Capital of the Nation should be heard and
regarded by the true friends of Freedom in
Ohio. Consider well his words.
The' partial triumphs of Locofocoism in the
ate Stata elections have) emboldened the par
ty to off all disguise in regard to Cubs. - The
position of Cass and . Douglass is sustained,
and accordingly one of the most prominent
banners in the" forclrligbt procession 'in this
city Saturday night, was mscribed-i-'PiEncK
and Kro-CtJBA, CamaBa akd :the Sand
wich Islands." . , -.. . , , . , -
Opponents of Slavery annexation and ex
tension on the Reserve, will you aid this
"balc-for scheme" by'yonr votes on the 2d of
iNovember? i : .
John J.; Craig, a leading Irish' democrat of
Jefferson county, Ind. has signifyed bis inten
tion io support (ten. bcott on account of the
intotcrance of Democratic journalists toward
nfluential adopted citisens'who are advoca-
intr Scott's election m "preference to Gen.
Pierce,. whom Mr. Craie calls an "unknown
and doubtful man."
Franklin Pierce Toted against Revolu
tn 1838 bill introduced into ConeresB for
the purpose of getting additional legislation
for the relief of the Surviving officers and sol-
iers pf the war of the . revolution. Franklin
Pierce voted against this bill at different sta
ges. Un the bill and 75 against tt FRANK
LIN PIERCE VOTED AGAINST THE
SILL ON 1T$ FINAL PASSAGE! ,
" SCOTT LEADS THE COLCMJf.
A prominent Whig of Connecticut writes:
"In this. State we are organizing thorough
ly' an agent visiting every ' town -the work
will be done, and OUR VOTE GIVEN FOR
THE WHIG TICKET. . We have a hard
and close contest, but shall succeed. I was
for many years on ott'r Whig State Central
Committee, and think I am well posted up
as to our State." . .
A letter from a .Whig thoroughly in the
line of battle at VVashington City, says
"Pennsylvania cams out no worse and per
haps not so bad as we anticipated. - .
Scott is assuredly good for 20,000 more rotes
than any State candidate there. -
"Ohio has done well' nobly most admir
ably. All honor to her indomitable Whigs?
we s'and tar better. than we we dared hope
in Ohio.- .'Once more to . the breach, dear
friends, once more.' Scott, himself, will now
lead tha comma!" - ; :
To all which, Ohio Whigs everywhere re
spond, "Yes sir! we are at it!" . r
The Locofocos are bragging and doing much
wind work. Ihe VY liters are less noisy, but
will give them a touch not to their taste next
DUll. ... .... ,,.;, : . r
It appears from the careful estimate, made
by the Cincinnati' Gazette, published hereto
fore, that on our Congressional vote - we are
only beaten in the State-some 6,000 votes
a net gais over Governor Woods vote of 21,
000 1 That will do for October. :.
The smoke of the contest clears away, and
the skies are bright. Every where, all over
the State, where our Whigs have shown fight,
the cohorts of Locofocoism are broken and
scattered. One more Charge, with OJd Chip
pewa at the head, will tell the story. On,
boys, on I ...... - - .
A friend from Akron writes
"We don't care if the State has gone 15,
000 against us, Scott is sure of the State any
how. . You can set Summit county down
sure for 500 majority for Scott. -I told .you
when down there, that we would gain 300
certain, and 400 if we could, but I know now
500 is the least he can gel, and I. would not
be at all surprised if he gets 600. . Our can
didate for Congress -got 310 majority over
Uliss, the most popular man you can find any
where, and we certainly he got the Votes of
100 good Whigs, and not a vote was cast for
Lyman but will be cast for Scott; then you
see we have 410, and no one doubts but that
we will get 100 who were not out and who
voted the straight Democratic ticket, who will
vote for Scott. Every man that can cast a
vote will be out in this county I mean every
one that will cast a vote for Scott I was talk
ing with a Democrat yesterday, from Racine,
Wisconsin. He says he doe not know of a
Democrat on the. Lakes but that is going to
vote tor Scott, hi'mself included ssys there
is nothing" else talked of along the Lakes'but
Scott." 1 - " 7
n That is mighty ijood talk doru hear it?
v ell, then, push on, and do the thing you say
; yia sleepy Koss Degins to. rub. open her
eyes and "talk right out in meetin" iu this
"We are commencing an active organna-
tion, and will give a good account of ourselves
in November. , .
Whon Ross begins to organize, it is a sign
that all the restot tue state is in a biaze.
Well, do the work, boys of Ross! -.. Your coun
ty is not yet stricken from the map of Whig
sympathy. Redeem yourselves :you can.
you ought, and we believe you willr
A letter from Georgetown, Brown county,
says: "We have had a very exciting contest
in our District for Congress, which .has pre
vented the effort we are now making at or
ganization, n e carried our county J or Mr.
Barrtre, the Whig candidate . for Congress,
vgatnsi a jariy majority pf 700 voles. We
will do BETTER in our District for Scott than
we did for Taylor.' by ONE THOUSAND
votes. All right push on that column.
The following is from Elyria : ; '
-Jtie Whigs -here fee. -very sanguine.
iney know ot numbers who voted with the
two opposing parties who will- vote for Scott.
1 came here from Medina to-day. , Mr. B
and Mr. II assured mo they should do much
better at the next electron."
From Morgan, a friend writes: - ,
.."I have dedicated the coming- two weeks
to the election of General Scatt. From facts
tn my possession, put down Morgan 575 for
Scott. Muskingum will gain largely over her
last vote. Our wluga stand in
solid column anxiously awaiting -the Ides of
November." Very well: push on that col
umn too. "
Prom Mercer we have assurances that the
vote will be out and the Locofoco majority re
duced. In short, the State is everywhere the same.
It is nl fuiige and nonsense to suppose the
people will be -ungrateful to such a friend of
theirs and of his country as Winfielc Scott
has proved himself to be.
Some persons feared that the bragging of
ine locoiocos would tend to discourage our
mends, but has produced the opposite result.
They now see plainly that Ohio can be carri
ed for bentt; and -that to evercome the five or
six thousand majority againBt us, in the Con
gressional vote, will require not one-fourth of
the whig votes that were permitted to re
main at home.
The Stubeuville Herald says: "In Jeffer
son county, last year,, the whole Whig ticket
was defeated this year wehave elected four
candidates out of nine J And, although we
lost tome fifty Freesoil Whig votes in Mt.
Pleasant and Smithfield townships, this year,
we have made a clear ' gain over last year's
vote, offsom 150 lo 200." , " ;
Jefferson county will give a handsome ma
jority for Scott. ...
Th Whig ' majority in Huron county is
about 300 on ' the State" ticket, and 475 for
Congress. ' The ' Reflector says, that while
the Locofoco vote was full in.every township,
not less than 300 Whigs absented themselves
from the 'polls,, from apathy, regarding the
State and county election as of little import
ance. The same holds good all over the State.
Huron will give Gen. Scott (500 majority.
The Sontt Democrats, the - SeotuFruesoilers,
and the lazy Whigs' will all be' bri hand the
next time. ' " ' '.:
'"Another feliable friend, "writing from Mor
gan county, says: "We nre working in Mor
gan". If the balance of the "counties do as
well as we will. 'Scott will 'carry theState by
TEN THdUSA D. From every part of the
county we have good reports.". ; s ;
ouch is the feeling ail over the State. 5 It
is a sure index of a Sjott triitmp'i in Novem
ber, coys, Ce) you Mx-AK. THAT; j . -
.'''- 'O.'?. Jturrfes!..
Union of liocotor.iam and Native
Americanism. . rJ
., The returns from Pennsylvania render cer
lion the election of Judge Woodward to the
Supreme Bench of that State. This has been
caused by the union of the Locofocos with
the Native Americans. . That Judge Wood
ward is Native American of the rankest
kind, will Appear from the following extracts
from a speech made by him while a member
of the Pennsylvania .State Convention, and
then published: ; -cn, .,, ;, ,;
"Sir, I appreciate as much as any man liv
ing, the many political rights and privileges
wiuen i, m common wnu - tne people ol the
United Stales, am now enjoying, and it is my
honest impression that we do- but squandor
those privileges in confermg them upon every
maiviauai wnocnooses lo come and claim
them. fe-He knew that a great portion"
those who tome among us from foreign parts.
consist freqnently of the worst part of the
population or tnose countries, and tliey are
unacquainted with the value of the privileges
and that therefore they do not know how to
value them. I think that in thus confening
these privileges indiscriminately on' ail we
are doing injury to our liberties and our insti
tutions; and I believe, that if the time has not
yet come, it will speedily come,' when it will
be indispensibly necessary either' for 'this
body, or some other body of this State.'or of
the United btstes, to inquire whether it is not
right to put this plan into execution, by which
foreigners should be prevented from con
trolling our elections, and brow-beating our
American citizens at the polls! - " -
"And what claim have foreigners from any
country sye, sir, from any country which
is strong enough to justify its tn prostituting
our political privileges, by onterring them
carelessly and indiscriminately on every indi
vidual who may reside here for two or three
years, become a naturalized citizen' rind then
command our offices ? There are 1 very many
of these emigiants who know nothing of 'po
litical privileges in their own country before
they emigrate to this. The word is unknown
to them ; or, if they hear of it at all, .. they
hear of it as something in which they have no
participation." Is not this the fact f -Sir, we
all know that it is; we know that very many
Of these emigrants never enjoyed any politi
cal privileges themselves; that they have no
knowledge of them, and least of all hare uo
knowledge of bur people, our government.
and our institutions. The acquirement of
mis Knowledge is not' ths work of a dav.
They have no sympathy in common with Us;
they have no qualifications to render them fit
recipients of these high political privileges.';
How Judge Woodward's views were regar
at the time will be manifest from the follow
ing extract from a speech by Mr. Cummin,
an Irishman, and a member of the Conven
tion from Juniata county:
. "The whole tenor of the 'gentleman's ar
gument went to cast reproach upon foreign
ers, and to show that they were not worthy
to bo trusted.
"The gentleman reasons rather out of the
book in one point, when he says that the
time is now come when the ' United States
can do without foreigners that there is no
neeessi'ty for therri that the people iof the
United States are now able to fight their own
battleB, and they can live Bafe and free with
out their presence. He is mistaken .if he"
supposes that he can find a justification in
such reasoning as this . for ' the argument
which he kas offered.. ; There " is no ground
on which it can be justified. I hope, there
fore, that he will withdraw his amendment;
and that he will make an apology for what I
regard as a gross insult upon the Irish and
the other foreign' population of the)' State."
LOCOFOCOISM AD INTOLERANCE
TUE SAME! -. - ;
' "What haturaliztiied citizen will vote for
Pierce, who has lived all his days in "a State
that allows negroes to vote but which refus
es to permit CatoHc td hnld office f Remem-.
this at the polls. New"' Hampshire has long
been a Locofoco State, and Pierce ' said to
be a leading man among them. Why has he
permitted this disgrace to rest upon hi rn
five State? Remember him AT THE
POLLS! ' O. S. Journal. ;
.' ra "
The National r Era Mr. CoRwiw.Dr.
Bailey, the able and dignified editor of the
Nationnl Era, at . Washington, in writing of
"Mr. Corwin and the Gardiner claim,". says:
The report we regard as j complete refutation
of the base charges ngninst Mr., Corwin; and
rejoice that the miserable charges against him
are refuted." . , -
, We would commend fhia testimony to all
candid men as the opinion, of such a man
as Dr. Bailey ennnot fail to satisfy the' minds
or all candid men in regard to Mr. Corwin.
.. ,0 .
All Right! r ., ;
A friend who has traversed various" narts
of Ohio since the State election brings glad
tidings. He says Hamilton county will give
a majortiy for General Scott. In Dayton the
Whigs held a iolihcntinn meeMng,- and thev
gain hundreds of votes for Scott.- The Loco
focos of Dayton tried to get Op a Pierce and
King meeting, but made a worse failure than
the Cleveland Locos on Saturday evening!
(We can't imagine a worse "firsale.") All
through the State the enthusiasm for Scott is
overwhelming. Charge, then, as Snott did
at jjunuy a nane, aim, iiKe nim, "itfer the-
. T T J 11 1 . . r , ., .
enemy's pulses upon the heights."
-( -, Soup liowl.
A.Great Story. Monsieur Petin has
written an account of his recent balloon as
scension. In speaking from :tbe upper ! re
gions he tays: , . f v. ' ' !,,(.
"Wa passed over the . broad Connecticut,
and stretched away jn both directions into. the
hazy horizon and here a singular opticle pheno
menon wsa observed by us. , Looking direct
ly. down from the, great li'-i.;hl at which we
were, (10,000 feet,) we saw . as distinctly as
though we had been an eaglfl peering down
from that hight for his prey.the fish jn great
numbers darting hither and thither beneath
its suriace. .. ,.; . -. ;
t ; t . .
tSTThe Louisville Journal says that the
efforts of the, .Democratic organs to- gather,, up
something from the history of - the Mexican
war to glorify their r.ominee,remind us pf-tho
poor fellow, a good daal; worse for liquor, who
tried to pocket the shadow of a swinging sign
for handkerchief-.. . i ; -. .: vt- -. .
Our Loco Foco neighbors are 'making ' a
great parade over what they choose to clii'm as
a triumph of 15.00C majority in this Stale for
Wright for Governor. Ve have no objection to
thetr nflating themselves with their owh'pecu
liar gas, but would caution them to keep cool
now; as we consider fact much Snore, reliable
than assertions; me propose' to show how
things in Indiana realy are. " As to Governor
Wright he is riot only a Loc6 Foco, but he is
every man s mon-he embraces eyery1 injsertV pf-HiflcVltier requiting! higher" fHoW
cent election has received from 6,000 td 7,000
Whig votes; this may be Called assertion, but
now for the "facw.
Suppose -GoverBorJW right majority to be'
rS.OOO,1 which however we do not admit. r
Then tlwre are 90 odd counties in the State
and carefully comparing the vote for. Gover
nor with the vote for Loco Foco candidates
fofCongress irt the majrity'of the counties
of the State which are already receivedV . we
find Wright to have outran his Democratic!
brethren from 09 to 450 in-every cdunty.
Now this average for the ninety odd counties
would exceed 12,000 in the State, and de-
duct this amount from Governor Wright's
claimed majority, and the majority' for the
Loco rocO candidates for Congress would b
reduced below three thousand. ; ; "- "i
": The vote for" members for Congress in this
State I the only test in this -instance as "ev
ery one Bnows. Piow, where will this uppa
rent majority ; of short three 'thousand be,
when the Old Heroof -Chrivpewa comes upon
the course ? : Irwill vanish like a white 'frost
before the noonday sun. Whigs awake
buckle on' your armorIndiana will -go for
Scott and Graham. ' -L" Cin.'Gaz.
"EXTHA COMKOI8TS FOR THE
WOLSDED AJIDSICK IX HOsPI
. .. . tAi ....
"Ninety thovtand dollars to the 1 purchase' of
blankets and s-ioes for aratuttous dist'tbu
tion among the rank and file of the army!"
The following is a" portion of the order is
sued by Genera! Sott. three nay after his
triumphant entry' with the American" Army,
into the anch-nt City of Mexico: " '
"13. Hie administration of justice, : both in
civil and crimina1 -matters, through' the 'ordi
nary courts of the country,' alrall nowhere, and
in no degree, be interrupted by ahy'officer or
soldier of the American forces, except, 1.
In cases to which sn officer, soldier, agent.
servant, or Wtower of the American Army
may be a party ; and 2.; In political cases
that, is prosecutions against other individuals
on the allegations that they have given friend
ly information, aid, or assistance to the Am
erican forresv ' . s , ; :' i ,
14. For the ease and safety of . both, par
ties in all .cities and towns occupied by the
American Army, a Mexican police ., shall be
established and duly harmonized with the
military police of said forces. . t-
3 5. d his sp'endid capitaJit churches and
rejigions worship, its covents and monasteries-
its inhabitats and property are, moreover,
placed under , the special safeguard of the
faith and honor of the. American Army.
16. In consideration of the foregoing pro
tection, a contribution of f 150,000 is imposed
on its capital 'to be paid in fourVeekly histall-ments-of
thirty-seven thousand fiva hnrtdred
dollars (JS7.5O0) "each, beginning bn Monday
next, the 30th instant.' and v,t"ermirialing!'on.
Mond.iv' the It th of October. 'y - '
1 7. The Ayuntamieto; pr corporate -ftuthor-j
tv of the city, is especially chargpd with the
collection and payment of the several install
. . -.' '- r-., : -l ; ... - - ; :'.i.U, f .
) 8. V Of tha who'e corilribution to Be'piid
orer to th's Armv. twenty thousand (follars
f shall be appropriated to the purchase of extra.
comforts for the wounded and sick in hospi
talninety " thousand dollars (9O,06'6) "to "the
purchase of blankets and shoes for gratuitous
distribution among the rank arid file nf the
army, and "forty thousand dollars (40.000) re
serVeJ tir other neressary-, military ;-pwf poses.
.. il.a.i-i'TbisjOttler will ba read; at the head
of every company of .the United States forces
serving in Mtiaico, and translated into Spanish
for the, information,. Mexicans. . ... ,
--. By command of ; Major,-Gcneral .Wjnfield
bcott, -, ;, t r,';;--!;., :i, -
, jt.: . . II. L. Scott, A. A. A. G.
The Organ IJ rug. otcs. ,
In the usual course of things the organs of
the .Locofoco party sound tlwir. ,prag, notes
every four years, just after the State elections,
In have' an effect on the Presidential election.
In this there is nothing new. . The Kotes are
old, and familiar to the ears pf all who remem
ber, from one, Presidential election, to another.
We will give a few notes, struck up ia ..the
Union four year ago. They sound nearly.
if not exactly, like these sounded now. .Lis
ten, ; . . ; , . , , . .. .
On tha 20th of October, JS43, the Yash
ington Vuion said : -. ;; . ,.
: .''rictory is certain, for the Democracy are
now aroused. . Each man is buckling on his
armor for the desperate conflict." . . " .
: On tha,21st it said :, l, , .,! !, '
We put down the vote of Pennsylvania,
therefore,, as unquestionable A thousand
circumstances confirm it. ., Whp csri
despair?, ; .. ,Qur prospects, indeed,
are brightening every day, in Tennessef.
On the 28ll it said: .... '.
' Fillmore will kill. .Taylor' Stone dead in
Florida. . The State s safo, for
Cass and Butler by several hundred majority
We , speak from - the . card. '.;.' " in'
North., Carolina all looks well." r
; These high encouraging notes, then - were
only full of sound,, and signified nothing.
Now mark Ihe change of tune. .The ejection
.came off, and on the Uth of November, the
same Union snii ;
"Gen. Zachar'v Tavlbrhas been eleeterTt
President' of the United States. I In announc
ma this conclusion, iwe cannot, of course,' con
ceal our ''disappointment! and regret. Our
friends in variant States ha m. been mistaken
in their calculations. Th&yhave deceived us,
and tee have deceived others.".
Rentier, compare thwse-! .high -eotmdlng
notes with what are now sounded, a will b". for
the next ten days; and you will out be deceiv
ed by them. . e :; .i...
Such was the mseription on one of the ban
ner of the Locofoco jubilee "fizzle" on Satur
day night,. Last.ye.ar the . Locofooo majority
in Cuyahoga, was .1,241, ' ."and this year, the
Hhrgs.have decreased tt yundred .votes
In November Cuyahoga will giysj ,0'0',"rtTs .
for Svottand'OrsVam. , ' t fSonp -'OwL
Cen Casg Opinion of Grh SCW
- ht allusion- to Geneva) Scott's' heriwe- aisij
glorious conduct ia removing the lodianr sad
in attending those who ere sick and. dyiqg
of cholera, General Cass, then' Secretary of
War, though a politicial opponent, could Hot
whhold his praise, and wrote' es follows:
r t M Allow rae to -congratulate r yotr; sis, pft
this fortunate consummation of your arduqpif
duties, and to. express my entire approb atiyn
of your iehott course of proceeding during' ti
leourage than tn sperationt of an actit rum'
patgn vnder ordinary etmvnstanceSi
buch was ihe testimony of General Cass.-
Yet the degeherste Locoftmos of the Plereet
stamp "are'prelendmg that General Scot f is not
entitled io the gratitude sad confidence of bis
countrymen. ..-..-.-:,! r
'OS- ,. .
.y.Tbe temocrat'c Sattorial domm!tt
at" Washingtoh sent a copy of Hawthorne's life!
of Pierce-to thfe; Clerelanol';2Vur 'Dtfiibcrtit,
stating that it was "important that the -keck
be m'v the.-.way ..-of ; haying J large ir
e-ilation over tha - ennntrv. ko . mnnn. . V .
favorable, and immediate notices of ii Jy" tl4
;" The editor-gives it the StnmdmfeiMrV'
the following extract from which will show '
tenor ,vi (itfj Xl aa j9.-tsn.if
: "All the meanness and , all. the rsaealitiee
involved in that disgusting anci atrocious sr
yility, are lauded in this "Life, as if tlipy
were so mariy "?aricel tirtues? "Tbe'rtorhov's
4ngenity and ampler retoi ic are both exhaust
ed in sinister efforts to put darkmss for hehu
and evil for good; as if inspired by the very
jgeriius of Pandemonium, to ihsulj tbe 'eoth-
mon sense of mankind', to scout the hn'matiht
of the age, and tq mock Almighty God;" na
-,' r. . : ,;,,,f ),,
. T SALsitiBS.-T-The charge ;of : ih. Lrtc-ofoco
about the amount of money received. by Gert-1
end Scott has turned attention to lhel sum
received by some of oiif ' L6co'foco' ' bfieeTK'-ies
The National Intelligencer gives the the.oi-
lowing ltcmswhich-ar worUiy of repeatisg
to tlvose .whp, are prating about the 5smount
received by General Scott. .
Hon. Wilsjn Sh ahnonof Ohio Was ""Mfht-
ter to Mexico.'' " His SaTai-f eomtnenceel W th
!)th of April. 1814, and ended the 9th of Mar,
1843,-mnkmg. one year and. one month.- 1I4
received for salary,. kc, s above, $21,4I8-
51. ' ' ': "! '" - -
J Hon. David Tool, of Ohio ivas Minister "to
Brazil.' His salary commenced the 1st of
Mat', 1847, and ended the-J 4th .ofSepterp.
ber, 1851, making four years, fotlr months, and
fourteen, days. , He received for salary, eon
tingencies, exchange, dtc, Co6,240,33. ' ' '
Gen. Jackson, Who received for eight tears
service from 1818, to 1826, $98,556,10.
.. The, amount, received -by Shannon -s;td
Tod, are much higher, pro ata than ever re-
ceivea by &cott:. w e do not object "to them
but i; is no more than fair ' thart to ,rrteritroi
them, when the amount received by Sc'olt
urged as ari objection to him,,' ' ''
. f- - . HO ' .
A:n: ',; Marjiand..' ,. J a:?
The late Senator Merrick, of Maryland, alio
has repeatedly declared. his opposition, to.Stott,
;ud in so doing. caused tlie Locofocos to shout
in glaunes has thought better of the sub
ject, -and has .determined to go witb h: whig
iriencsior ocotti,-in a liite speech. At Jl ort
Tobacco, tur. Merrick made ft feverish HL-eech
for Scott,,. He. said :. ,' ,.,
map coul.have been. more opposes jo
nomination of Gen, cotthan .he his, prefer,
encea for Webster and EiLiraore were inpesrli
He wss incensed at .the .preference pt, the
i'onvep tion, and gave f ree, ex pression to his
feelings, rte had,.no doubt, htty or "a Tioh
dred times (leclnred that' lie woultt riot'voie
for Qrjn. Scpjt " Such was his intention.' " tie
had. a. right io form itW ;express:itl Bnt
he had also a right lo change it.' ' He "fcdDtaJi
' -"Gri, Scott.is an exbPr'ence
patjriptic . , citizen. , My objections' were ' hot
persona jto liim', but for'great 'public reson
my preferences cannot Jnow;, be gratified.
They "and (.her reasons'. Tor' theiit have' tieen
over.ruled.s"vB.ut shall , t " therefore sepat-ritH
from my friends jfo., ' tfpon; full Teflectijitt
I have determined that.it is wisest an'd'tieti
nay, duty,' to cast my vote for Geri. Bcott.?.",
Mr. Merrick knew lGen."iScott ariii 'Gisn,
Pierce, well. He would 'not dehotince' the
one npr.favif the other,'- But' he' thought
there was no roem for a considerate, ,urtnre
judiced mhn, to hesitate . between 'them.
ScOTjT 18 TJIE. M A!tJ '
i ,.,-.! , v cOnzress.
We have not full returns biit prerrre 'fiie
members elect from" Ohio are as follow! :s
:' 1st Dist. Davitr Ti DinsevI Loco.; : t
2 J. Scott Harrison, Whig.'
t ! -l . .
J-L D. CBmpbel!, Whig, ci
4 hf.'Nichbls, Loco.'
5 A.'P. EdgerTOrt.'LocOi' -".
6 And. 'Ellison, 'Loeo. wru ; tn.-.ii
': 1 Aaron' Harlan; Whig. ' : - .
: 8 Moses B Corwin, AVhig-';..; vw t
a- 9 F: W: Greesi.- Tjoco. t .. -:"
f lo-r-.LL.TA-!or,-Whigk' '..;.. .
t- lr--.Thos.' RiehVy, Loco..
. 1 2-iE-dsrirt B. -Oldsj Lnen; ,y rii'w n!
f 13 -V. D: Lindsleyi Loc.V.-i tec't is.fnib
; 14 H; H..Johrtsorv Locrx !- p.- .hJ
-tS"" 1- 'Sappi Whig-. I &
r 1 6 Flward Bail.' Whig. : . . ssui ,a --
" 1 "Wilson SrmmiiBh.-'LocOf- -, S --i .
:e.l8 flw Bliss; jfjeied.'i. .- U.'.ji f-i,-i ti.--.Tt
Ul-9-i-Ed. WseV;-Fran Seil. t is no
:- 20-J. R- Giddhigsv Free- Snil, i-.'
21 And. Stewart, Loco.Staf Jobf.i
Messrs, - Harrisoit, . GaapBELVJand ,TSrl
are elected in districts counted ttongly Jdeo
tbco.. ),).: i-'i -4
--.' 'iq, ' ' --
i" XaUTc" .Aiaerica'a3.gains
LqwirjC, Levin, the leader, of the'Tl!tjiV
Americans in.Philadelphia, is very, stroltglv
opposed tn General .Scott, and dfcfarff ht
will defeat him it possible. 9 J;le ha plrdei:
the whole . Native American . votp gainst
Scott, and will take . the stump himself Jfor
Pierce, and King, as icon as the Stats eiee-
i'.ou ts otct. , ,
' CaKcffay will Contest.
"We' sec' it stated that'the ' officiaf 'WirTrrfi'v '.
for Olds ln Lidking, is . 851 r'and'''fir 'rlro-.
iVMh' PicltawaV and, lf'rank'!iri;:J&S6i' lpir;ii
fd.'f ma.Wity fri" MJ3ison " tbwnliirthi
Judges! threw but :19 ' vofPsfSf "Oalllr"-
which we're In thi . npssbf8v brT,ni fS'",i
would liave given' him Jl 'bfsj. "majority fit
drirf ': ' ' :': a ;i. M