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A preicribed number of naval officers, at well as a pot office agent, ii to be on board of them, and authority is reserved to the Davy department, at all timet to exercise control over said steam ships, ' and to liave Ike right to take them for the exclusive use and service of the Uoitcd Stales by making proper compensation to the contractors. Therefore, whilst theke team ships will be employed in transporting- the mails of the United Slates coast wise upon ao aonua( compensation to be paid the owners, they will be ready upon a emergency tube converted into war steamers, aud the right reserved to take them for public me, will add greatly .to the efficiency aud strength of this descrip tion of our naval force. To the Steamers thus authorized and tinder contracts made by the Secretary of the Navy, should be added five other Steamers authorized . under - contracts made in pursuance of law, by the Post Master General, making an addition in 'the whole, of 18 war steamers subject to be taken for the public use. As further contract, for the transportation to the for eign countries must be authorized by Congress, the number may be enlarged Sndilinitely. ' . ' , The enlightened policy by which a ra pid communication with a distant part of the Globe, this means of American built ateamers would find an ample competition in the increase of our commerce, aud in making our country and its resources more favorably knwon abroad. Hut the national advance is still greater of having our naval Officers made familiar with steam navigation , and of having the privi lege of taking the ships already equipped for immediate service at a moments warn ing, and would be cheaply purchased by the compensation to be paid for the trans poriation of the mail in them over and above the postage received. A just national pride no less than our commercial interest, would seem to favor the policy above mentioned, augmenting the Dumber of this description of vessels. They can be built in our country cheaper than in any other country in the world. I refer you to the accompanying report of the Post master General for a detailed and satislaclory account of the condition and operation of that department for the last year. It is gratifying to find that in so short a time after the reduction of the rales of postage, and notwithstanding the iucrease of mail service, the revenue re ceived for the year will be sufficient to pay all expenses, aud no further aid will be required for that purpose. Tho first of the American steamers an thorized by the act of the 3d March, 1845. was repaired and en'ered Upon the ser vice on nrst day ol June last, and is now on her first voyage to Brem n and other . intermediate ports. The other vesse authorized under the provisions of thai act, are in course of construction,' and will be put upon the line as soon as com pleted. Contracts have been male for the transportation of (he mails, in steam ers, from, Charleston to Savannah, A reciprocal and satisfactory postal ar. rangement has been in ride by the Pont mas ter General with the authorities of Ore. men, ami no diniciilly n apprehended in making a similar arrangement with other powers, with which we may have ' com iniintcatinn by mail . steamers, eicpi Great Britain. On the arrival of the American Steamer at South Hampton in the months of July last, the British Post Office enacted' the collection of this dis criminating postages on all letters and other mailable matter to Great Britain or which went into British Post Offioes on their way to F ranee or other parts of Eu rope. The effect of this order of the Bri tish Post OffiegMs to subject all letters and other mailable matter to double postage one postage having been previously paid on them in the United States, while let ters transported on British Steamers are subject to pay but a single postage. This measure was adopted for the avow- ed object of protecting the British line., of mail steamers, now running between It it ton and Liverpool, and if continued, must speedily put an end to the transportation of all lettersand other matter by Ameri can steamers, and give British steamers a monopoly of the business, A just and fair reciprocity is all we desire, and on this we most insist.:' By our laws, no such dis -crimination it . mads . against British ateamers, bringing letters into our ports; lint all letters arriving .in the United .States, are subject to tho same rates of postage, whether brought in British or American Vessels. I refer you to the re-, port of the Post Master General, for a full statement of the facts In the case, and. of Ihe steps taken by him to correct this in civility, lie hts exerted all ibe power conferred upon him by the existing laws The Minister of the United States, in London, lias brought this subject to the attention of the British Government, and is bow engaged in negotiating for the pur- nose of adjusting reciprocal post are ar- I rangementi which shall be equally just to j both countries. Should lie fail in- con. eluding such , arrtnrements. and thonld Great J?ritait insist on enforcing the in. ! qua!ity and unjust measure she has adop ted, it will become necessary to confer additional pwr on the Postmaster Gen- I r.l. fa order In l.!m . . n -1 mergency, and to put our own ateamers on an equal footing with British steamers engaged in t ratwpotiing the mail between lb lavo countries, 1 recommend that such powers be conferred., . ... In vfew of the the existing state of our country, I trust it may nut be inappropri ate to call to iniud the words of wisdom and admonition, of the firel and most il lustrious of my predecessors, ka his fare well to his countrymen. - That greatest and best of men, who served his country to long, and loved it so much, foresaw with serious concern the danger to our Uuion, in 'characterizing parties by geo graphical distinctions -northern, ' south ern, allanlio. and western whence, de signing man may endeavor to excite a be lief that there is a real difference ol local interests, and warned his Countrymen against it.' So deep and solemn was his conviction of the importance of the Union, and of persevering harmony be tweeu its different parts, that he declared to hit countrymen, iu that addi ess, 'it is of infinite moment that you should properly estimate the im inense value of vour National Union to your collective and individual happiness, that you should cherish a cordial bahilu al, and immovable attachment to it ac customing yourself to speak of it is the palladium of your pulitical safety aud prosperity watching for its preservation wtih jealous anxiety; discuulenancing whatever may suggest even a suspicion (hat it can, in any event, be abandoned, and indignantly frowning ou the first dawuiug ofeveiy attempt to alieuate any portion ot our country Ironi the rest, or to enfeeble the' sacred ties which now link together the various parts.' After a lapse of half a ceutury, these admonitions call upon us with all the force of truth It is difficult to estimate the immense value of our glorious Union of confedera led slates to whioh we are to much in debtcd fur our greatly increasing popula lion aud wealth, and fur all. that consti t ii tea us a great and happy nation. Uu important are all our difference upon mi- nor questions of public policy,, compared with its preservation; and how scrupulous ly should we avoid all agitating topics which may tend to agitate aud divide us into contending parties, separated by geographical lines, whereby it may be weakened or endangered. Invoking the blessing of the Almighty Creator of the universe upon your deliber atiuns, it will be my highest duly, not less than my sincere pleasure, to co-operate with you iu all measures, which may tend to promote the honor and enduring wel fare of our common count ry. JAMES K. POLK. Washington City, Dec, 7, 1847. THE PIONEER. I'FPER. SAXDUSKV, DEC. 8, 18t7. In favor of holding a National Convention IN THE CITY OF CINCINNATI, JULY 4, 1848. For Governor of Ohio. . JOHN B. WELLER, of Butler county, (I ho has been to ihe war and is favorable to its speedy prosecution and termination on terms satisfactory to the American people. Subject to the decision of the State Conven tion, on the 8th of January, 1848. . G. YV. ItEEItr. A, LTLE. BEERY &LYLE, , Attorneys al Law, Upper Sandusky, Ohio, - . (Office, in the Post Office.) , Upper Sandusky, Sept. 3, 47: If. Lost not Found! (STRAYED from the subscriber, living near Upper Sandusky, two cows of the following description: Both red, have while spots in the forehead; one-has a piece out of the right ear aud a slit in top ol the same; the other has - a crop off and slit in the left ear. No other marks re collected. , . - Auy.,ooe- giving imformation ' where these cows Can be found to II. Zimmer man, or to the subscriber, will be liberally rewarded. PETER KATZMEYER. Dec. 21, 1647 ll-3t. Public Vendue. riHIE personal property belonging to the est ate of John Hamlin, deceased, consisting of Cattle, Horses, IIog9, Far ming u l e iisi Is, and other proper! y , will be sold at Public vendue, at the late resi dence of the deceased, in Craae townshi p, Wyandot . conut y, Ohio, ou Saturday the) 8th, day of January, 1843. A credit giv en pu all auiuuiits over three dollars. SARAH HAMLIN, . l . . V Administratrix. Upper Sandusky, Ohio, Dec, 22, 1847. Hides! Hides!! ."JftnA HIDES Wanted, in i JliUU (ot goud,t gaudies or h exchange arne'ss. R. PERRY. AicCotoheoviUe, O. Jan. 1st, 1847-13. : ..-V'-' . ' ..- NO WOOD FOR SALE. We have much wood promised us, and if we could get it would have some for sale; but aa it is, we do not get enough to keep one fire in full blast. Don't take the bint! DAILY OHIO STATESMAN. At toon as the Telegraphic wires, and the apparatus for their use, are iu opera lion iu this city which will be in the course of a week or ten days, we shall is sue the Ohio Statesman daily during the year, instead ot during the session of the Legislature only. The wonders oft science ave broil" lit us within the means of mo mentary communion lion with all p.ria of (his continent. Already Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing toil aud Richmond, ou the sea board Al bany, Buffalo, . Montreal, Canada, Pitts burgh and Wheeling, in the interior, are in connection by Telegraph. u a few days, Columbus, the capilol of Ohio, will be attached to these cities, and news only few tnomeuts old, aud days in advance of the mails, will be issued here to the readers of the Slatesmau. A ud in a few days longer we shall be connected by these w tret with Zanesville, Cleveland, Detroit, Dayton. Cincinnati, Louisville, St. Louis, Nashville, and New Orleans. The impor l an t news from all these remote regious will be daily collected here in the cap ilol ot Ohio, and be dissenuuated through our columns every evening. What a change will this work in I he a II airs of men! Is there an advance of prices in New i ork or new Orleans, Cincinnati or lioslou! At once is it known here, and our col uinus will show it. Is there a foreign an i- val, news from the army, or auy impor tan I event! At once is it here and spread before the people. Is there an election! Instantly the result is known. It is true the expense will be. very heavy: "reo.ir perhaps, than many printing eslablin. tnents can well bear. What me addition al expeuse will be, we have not been able tu ascertain, but the editors of the W heel ing A rgtis, speaking of Ihe same subject, say: ' e confidently appeal tu our friends lo sustain us iu our enormous expense ol u if i e huudred to fifteen hundred doll irs per annum, to procure Ihe earliest lutelli gence BY TELEGRAPH. Nothing but the most prompt payment, and. a greatly enlarged subscription list, will do it.' it ciiiinot be less here, but as the wires ex lend west aud north the expense must be much greater. We are cheered by tho daily inquiries from the surrounding towns about this matter, and tho iiuiner out promises of additional subscribers. The Daily Statusjman, in addition to the Telegraphic and oilier uews our paper being issued at the seal of government will cuulaiu lull reports ul Legislative proceedings, valuable to every citizen if not iiidiepensible, as well as repoits ul conventions, ol various kiuds held only at the seal of government and reportB ol decisions uf the Court in bank, and im portant cases iu the United Slates Courts Being central, a very extensive record aud uotice is kept in our columns of the political action of parties in the counties and the earliest general result ol elec lions, 'lhese, wilhuul the addition of the Telegraphic news, would make the Daily Statesman a valuable paper lo those who desire lull and geueral news uf the affairs uf the State. Though we shall issue our paper Daily during the whole year at us present size we shall add only two dollars lo the cost The Daily Ohio Statesman, therefore, will will be one uf (he cheapest papers in the Union, for the amount uf matter it. will contain. It must therefore rely upon the incukake of fatuonagb to sustain the new expensive, and important character and and position it is about lo assume, under. the application uf electricity lo tho con veyatico uf intelligence, T E K M S : The Daily Ohio Statesman will be is sued every evening, (except Sniday)at seven dollars per annum, containing the important news, from all points connected by the telegraphic wires, up to the hou ol puoticatiou; Daily , per annum, $7,00 Tri-Weekly, " 4,(0 Weekly " ' 2,(hl :. Any person oblaiuing six subscribers will be entitled lo an extra copy for his labor. ...... S. MEDARY Columbus, Aug. 2, 1S47. IIARDINCPMMO.VPL.KAS. The Slate ul Ohio, "j Hardin county, sm. I John It. Gunu & Ben. Petition to sell M. feou administrators j laud uf the estate of Ira Gar 1 - rett deceased. J Pursuant to an older of the court of couiinun pleas uf Hardin county, Ohi made at their October term. A, D. 1847 said administrators will offer at public sale, at (he door uf the Court House, iu Upper Sandusky, Wyandot county, Ohio ou the first day of Jauiury, A. D. 1S4S between the hours of 8 o'clock A . Al. and 6 o'clock P. Al. of said day, the following described parcels or tracts of land, to wit the west part of the west half of the north east quarter uf section No, 31, township three, range fifteen, containing 12 acre? of laud ; also the west half of the south west quarter of section 31, township 3, range lo, containing 86 acres of land; also the south part ut the west half uf the south cast quarter uf section 36, township 3 range 14, containing 57 1 acres of land also the south part of the east half of Ihe south east quarter of sect ion 36, township 3, range 14, containing 57 i acres of land, lying in Wyaudot Couoiy, State ol Ohio. Terms of Sale. Oue ihird uf the pur chase money catli in hand; oue tbir tu nine months, aud the rcauaining one third in eighteen mouths fromllie day ofsalejde fertid pay men it lo be seemed by mortgage upon ihe premises, with intersl from the day of sale. To be suld free of the Dower uf Ihe Widow. JOHN R. GUNN& BEN. Al. fENN, Administrators of the said estate of said deceased. ' Nov. 25ib, 1847 8-4w. $3,50 Notice ; TS ficreby given to all persons, harboring -- or trusting Alathew I'bolnpsou, J r. ou toy Kccuiuit or employing, for I shall prot ecute all persons tu offending, as be was an apprentice of mine and hat left' with uut suy ui'uvucat iun. JOHN W. A1ANK1.V. Crawf.rd Tj.. Dec. 14,164710-31. : Sale of School lands. Ou he 20lh day ol January nex', at ten o'clock A.M. I will proceed to offer for sale, al the Court House in Upper Sandus ky, Ohio; the following lands to wit: Lot No. 4 in section sixteen, township three south of range fifleeu east, Antrim town ship it being the north west quarter of the north west quarter, containing thirty nine acret and twenty-two hundredths, appraised at eight dollars peracre. . . ijot No. 12, same section, it being the north west quarter of the south west quar ter, containing thirty nine acres and six hundredths, appraised seven dollars per acre. ' Lot No. 13, tame section, it being the south west quarter of the south west quar ter, containing thirty nine acres and six hundredths, appraised at eight dollars per acrd. Lot No. 10, same section, it being the soinn east quarter ol the souih east quar ter, containing thirty nine acres and sev enteen hundredths, appraised at five dollars per acre. Let JNo. I, section thirty two. in town ship three south of range thirteen east, .til 111 in township it beinor the east half of the south east quarter, containing eighty eight acret aud seventy two hun dredths, appraised at six dollars and sev enty five ceuta per acre. Liot JN o. 2, same tection, it being the west half of the south east quarter, con taining eighty six acret and twenty six hundredths, appraised al six dollars aud seventy five ceuts per acre. Lot JNo. 3, same section,' it being the east half of the south west quarter, con taining eighty three acres and sixty hun dredths, appraised at six dollars per acre. ijiH jo. i, Siinc section, it being the west half of the south west quarter, con laiiiing eighty one acres and nine hun dredths, appraised at five dollars per acre. l,ol lo. i, section tixteeo, tame town ship and range, it being the east half ol Ihe uorili east quarter, cotitaiuiug eighty acres and thirty nine hundredths, apprais ed at fun i dollars and fifty cents. Lot No. 2, same section, it being Ihe west half of Ihe north east quarter, con taining eighty acres and thirty nine hun dredths, appraised at five dollars per acre. J .ci t lo. .), eauie section, it being the east liulf of the north west, quarter, cuu lainiog seventy nine acres aud eighty hundredths, appraised ul five dollars per acre- - Lot No. 4,, same section, it being the west half uf the uorih west quarter, con taining seventy nine acres and eighty hun dredths, appraired at five dollars per acre. Ijot Io. 0, same section, it being the west half uf the south west quarter, con taining seventy nino acres aud eighty eight hundredths, appraised at fotirdullars per acre. Lot No. 6, Bame section, it being the east halfof the south west quarter, cuu lainiug seventy nine acres and eighty eight hundredths, appraised at five doilars per acre. Lot No. 7, same section, it being the west half of the south east quarter, con taining eighty acres and twenty three hundredths, appraised al five dollars and fitly cents per acre. Lot No. 8, same section, it being the east half of the south enst quarter, con taining eighty acres and twenty three hundredths, appraised at five dollars and lift y ceuts per acre. ' INonaol the above described lands can be sold for less than five dollars per acre, nor for less than the appraisement fixed thereon. Terms of Sale. One twelfth of the pur chase money lo be paid at Ihe time of sale, and the balance in twelve annual instal ments, uf equal amount,, with annual in leresl thereon. SAA1UEL M. WORTH, Auditor, W. C. O. December 1, 1847 8-Gw. THE LOJVO EXPECTED Jlrrivcd at last! "Tfclk , John J. Harlz, who stud ied his pro fession as physician and Burgeon in f ranee and Germany, and has practiced in this stale for the last 12 years, basal the many solicitation of his acquaintances, permanently located in Upper Sandusky aud tenders his professional services to the public. He intends to restrict his riding to the vicinity of this place. Persons at a distance can consult him by bringing the urine first taken in the morning, in a clean vial, particularly in long st&udiug of old complaints. He can be found at his office, on Wyao dot avenue, opposite the old Indian tavern, al all tunes, except when absent on pro fessional business. : Being able . to speak the r rench, German and liiiiglish lauguag es, he can consult with all. REFERENCES.,. Doctor L. Biggelow, Palmy ra, Portage county, O. ' ; " ', " : J. De Wolf, Ravana," " O . , J. Town, Hudson, Summit co. O ' , R- Estep, Canton, Stark, co. O ' S. Seely, Warren Trumbull en. ' J. Scoll, Parkman, Geauga co. U, Sandusky, Oct. 8th, IS47 52-lf. . G UA flDIAWSSA LE TX3RSUANT to an order of the court ot V common plets of Wyandot county. Ohio, I shall offer for sale on the premises in lymochtee township. in said county, on rriday the 31st day ol December instant between the hours of 10 o'clock A.M. nud 4 o'clock P. Al. the following real estate to wit: the west half uf the west part ol fractional section thirty one, in township one south, in range fourteen east., in the Delaware land district in Ohio, bounded as follows, to wit: beginning at the south west corner ot said traction . running thence north along the west line of ssid fraction 25 chains aud 88 links, to Ihe north west corner of said fraction; thence east along the north line thereof 14 chains and 20 links to a pest ttandine on said ine, from whence a burr oak 20 inches in dia mater hears south 85 d eg. west 62 links distant; thence sorilh 3 deg. 50 in. east 15 chains and co links to a posi; l hence norm t-5 deg. .'10 m. east lb chains .D links to pi.ii: thence south 3 deg. CO in. east 10 chains lo a post Handing on Ihe north line f the W ysxdoi itesci valton; idence west along said Uvseivalioii huaSO chains and 42 link" e he place of brginuii)gv coo- laining 51 ninety-two hundredth! acret. Terms uf tale, cash in ha int. ROSETTA HULSR nardisit) of the minor heir of Sat Hulse deceased- , ' . t Dec. lit, 1947 -4 w. ",i0 Jit the Store ichere persons always buy, after visiting thc " Cheapcst Have just opened at their Store, on the Corner of Wyandot & Sandusky Avenues, oposite I he Court House lot, a full and general assortment of ' FALL $ WINTER GOODS; Which need no foolish BOASTIXO to recommend, to induce the public to purchase. The PILE is large enough, QUALITY good enough, and the PRICE low enough to suitevery one. And as we have uo INTEREST to pay on Capital, we can and will sell lower than our neighbors dare do. We would therefore invite all to call and ex amine for themselves, and we pledge ourselves, that none shall go away, dissatisfied. Our Slock consist in part, at follows; DRY GOODS. Broad Cloths, Cassitneres, Satinelts, Kentucky Jeanet, California Plaids, Alpac ca, Cashamers, Do Laines, Scotch & American Ginghams, Dress &, Bonnet .Silks, White & Blk Satins, Itibbins, Lace, Cambricks, Jaconelts, Bobinels, Grecianetts, Lawns, Alull Aloslin, Thibit, Plaid, Wool, and Silk Shawls, Pocket & Drest Hdkft, Black & Brown .Muslins, Ticking., Wool & (anion Flannels; and all other articles iu the dry goodt hue, adapted to Ladies and CATS--C loth, Velvet, Plush, Oil Clotli, Nnrr, Bucnn Vista and Pallo Alto. HATS -dipt, Xeutiu, Hilk, aud Brush . . . GROCERIES of all kinds. HARDWARE TO K ILL , Such at Door hangings, Locks, Latches, II A 1 C11U 1 s, aud a general assortment of Queens, Glass and China ware; Soots, Shocst Slips, Gaitors, Gum E. Shoes; Sole and Upper Leather; IRON, NAILS, GLASS, and every other article usually kept by retail Stores, all of which will be exchange far COUNTRY PRODUCE. - CASH paid for Wheat, Cloverseed, Hides Upper Sandusky , November 12th, lt!47 Land for sale cheap in Wyandot county. Southwest .quarter, Section 7, Tp. 3, Range 13, 106,02 acres; North half, Sec. (. Townshin 3. Range 13. 332.48 acres: East half Southeast quarter Sec. 0,Tp. 3, Itange 13, CO, 00 acres. All in Mifflin Township. North halfSec. 31 Tp.2 Itange 13, 322,79 acres; West half Southwest quarter Sec. 31, Tp. 2, Range 13,80 acret; (b'0,34 acres;) nil iu Salem Township. Northeast quarter Sec. 1, Tp 3, Itange 12, lot), 17 acres', all tu Jackson I own ship Southeast quarter Sco. SO, Tp. 2, Itange 12, 160,00 acres; all in Richland Township. ALSO IX MARION C'ODXTV East half Northeast quarter Sec. 10, Tp. 6. Range 10, 80 acres; Richland Township. Also many traota of land in the counties of Seneca Sandusky, Erie, Ottowa, Wood, Lucas, Williams, llenrv, &c, Apply lo . L. STANISLAUS, Sandusky City, Ohio. November 20, 1847 7-4w. Come and Ride. flMIOSE wishing to hire horses can be ' accommodated by calling on the sub scriber at J. Sell's Hotel, where he keeps his stock, DAVID BOWS11ER. Dec. 3, 1847 8if. Administrator's Sale. Pursuant tu an order of the court of common pleas of Wyandot county, Ohio, I shall offer for sale, at the door of the court house in said county, on the 29lh day of January next, between Ihe hours of 10 o'clock A. .Al. and 4 o'clock P. M , the following real estate, la wit: fifteen acres lying in the north west corner of the west half of the noith west quarter of section twenty-nine, in township one south, el range fifteen east, of the first meridian in Ohio, and bounded as follows, to wit. commencing at t he north west corner of said tract, running thence south on the west line thereof forty rods; thence due east sixty rode; thence north to the north line of said l ract; thence west to the place of beginning. ' " - "' Said land to be Bold free from dnwer, and for one half cash in hand and the bal ance in six months. - EZF.KIEL EYESTONE. Administrator of Samuel Anno, deceased. Deo. 10th, 1847-9-4L $2,00 : Notice. At my instance an attachment was this day issued by Job. E. Fouke, a Justice of Ihe Peace of Pitt ' township, Wy.indol co:inty, against the property and effects of James M. Drum, a nun resident of said county, HENRY LIPPE. Dated this 15th day of Nov. 1847.-0-41. IN CH ANCERY. Merrit S. Tygert, VB, Ashford Kent. Wyandot Common Pleas. Ke.nondent will takn nnlir ll.nl ,,m. pl'l has filed in said Court h.s petition for ' the foreclosure of a mortgage upon . the f following prim i set, to. wit: the t.iutfi etsl j Quarter of the south wett Quarter of See. ! lion thirty one, iu Tcwnship two, south, uf Range thirteen east, in said county and Slate of Ohio, which said mortgage was executed by - respondent to compt't and dated, April" 2, 1612. Unless rcio.nn dent appearso ssid bill wit Inn-six I y days from the next teurr t t said Ci urt it will be taken as confessed, and decree ac cordingly. . ; . ' . ' . ' SCOTT & SEARS, . . Com pit Soli's. Dec. 10th 1847 -6p. . $2,37. . RIFLE! A guod Rii)a fr sale, at ihitoice. Store in this place. Gentlemen's ware, Boltt, STABLE AND HAYFORKS. Cutlery. and CALF skint. 5-lf.' Blue Ball Hotel. II. ZIMMERMAN, Has opened a public house on the cor tier of Fifth street and the Wy&ndot Ave nue, where he is prepared to give every accommodation to relieve the tired and satisfy the hungry. Those travelling through Upper Sandusky will find them selves pleasantly situated by calling at tha sign of the Blue Bali,, for the proprietor will spare no pains in arranging things to) (nuke customers comfortable. His Table. The (able will abound with the very best the country can afford, prepared in a manner that will suit Ihe palate of every one. Boarders can here find good accom modalioos and reasonable bills. The Stable. This branch will at all timet be attend. ; ed by a good and attentive hostler, who ' will make it his particular business to see ' that all animals entrusted to hit care are well taken care of. GROCERIES! TN addition to the tavern, he keeps a well selected assortment of all kinds of Groceries. Persons washing cheap and good articles in this line can and will b accommodated by calling on the subscri ber. , . . .. . - - . -'. The following is a list of some of the er ' tides he has on hands: . , '-. - - . . , .Candies,' Tobacco, Teat, V -Nuts, '- Cigart, V Coffee, Cinnamon, Snuff, Sugar, Pepper, Powder, Crackers, Spice. Shot,-..,.- Cakes, . " Cloves, Lead, Cheese. In fact he has nearly every thing kept ia ' groceries, all of which will be sold low, Come and trade! Farmers can do well by purchasing s. Groceries at the Blue Ball, for they will be sold cheap and the highest price paid . for produce. Bring in your produce and. . get good prices and cheap groceries. II. ZIMMERMAN, , Upper Sandusky, Nov. 19, 1947 6tf. . Attachment Notice, LL person interested will take Notice, that on the 10th day of December, A. D. 1847, MoBes H. Kir by, a J ustice of tho Peace of Crane township, Wyandot couo ty, at Ihe instance of ,udson Spaulding, issued a writ of attachment against the property and effects of Anthony Sell, , a non resident debtor for the itira of -. $16 .tO, which writ together with this jut. tice proceedings thereon, hat been duly , . certified. to the Court of Common . Pleat ' of Wyandot county, Ohio, to be therein further prosecuted according to law., . , . GUYiC WORTH, Clerk,,- Dec. 22tb, 1847. 11-3, John Hamlin's Estate .- Notice it hereby given, that tha tub sen her has been appointed , and qualified at administratrix on the . estate f John f Hamlin, late uf Wyandot county, Ohio, deceased. . ' ' SARAH II A M LIN, - " Adminislmtri).'- Dated tt Upper Sandusky, this 22d day i t ii i ici o. '' of December, 1847 ll-3t. jtOLOMQX ADAMS ESTATE, . Nonce it heieby given, that the sub, scribert have been appointed and qualified ' , as executors on the estate of Solomon ', Adams, late of Wyandot county, deceased." ' WILLIAM ADAMS. EDWARD WARNER; . , ' ' i t'xeeutort. U. SanJusky, Oct. 20, 1?47 3-3t 1 3. . ) 4 ml .,.!