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v a nt ID as bingtan." -,.' rv;,.t v. Washington, Jan. 29. .' 1 : SKSATB.-Mr, Clay submitted the proposition to settle the wliole question of slavery. :; He proposes to admit California, reduce the boundary of Texas, and to establish, a territorial, government over all the territories:.: Mr. Clay hoped the resolution he had -offered would be adopted. ! He had reflected with great cart over the subject, mid knew that they had been conceived in a spirt of harmony and concession. ;"!' ;':""'. ' " ' ' A t 1st He thought California, with suitable bound- ties, ought to be admitted into the Unkm as a state. . California bad more reason for the course she had ..pursued than Michigan, for what she has done There had been circumstances, but they should be ovelooked. - '".. ----- 2d. That slavery docs not exist in California, -nor is likely to be introduced there, it Is inexpedi ; nt for Congress to impose slavery restrictions. " -- Mr. Clay's resolutions:- Whereas, it being de sirable for the peace, concord, and harmony of the 'union of these states to settle and adjust amicably ', 11 questions of controversy between them, arising out of the institution of slavery, upon a fair, eqnit--able, and just basis; therefore " Resolved, That California, with suitable "bound aries, upon her application, bo admitted as one of the states of this Union, without the imposition, by Congress," of any restriction of respect to the ex clusion or introduction . of slavery within those j boundaries. , .. ; ' "" r' - " Resolved, That as slavery does not exist by law, , and is not likely to be introduced into any of those .territories acquired by the United States from the Republic of Mexico, it is inexpedient' for Congress to provide by law either for its , introduction into, or its exclusion from any part of said territory, and ' that appropriate territorial governments ought to 'be established by congress in all of said territories, not a sign within the boSndries of the proposed state of "California, without the abolition of any re--striction or condition on the subject of slaver'. Resolved, That int western boundary of the , state of Texas -ought to' be- fixed on the Rio del ''Norte, commeneeing one" marine league from its ;tnouth, and mnn'tng up that river to the southern Tine of New Mexico, thence with that line eastward - ly so continuing in the same direction to the line as established between the United States and &pain. . " "" "Resolved, Thnt it be proposed to the State of "Texas that the United States will, provide for the payment of all that portion of the. legitimate and " bona fide public debts of that . State, contracted prior to its annexation to the United States, and for iwhich duties of foreign' imports were" pledged by " said State to its creditors not exceeding the sum of dollars, in consideration of the duties as pled ged, having been no longer applicable to that b-, '"-jecV after said annexation, but having thencefor ward become payable to the United States, and "upon condition also, that said State shall by some solemn and authentic act of her legislature ; or of convention, relinquish to the United Statesany claim .which, it has to any part of New Mexico- v Resolved, That it is inexpedient to abolish sla very in the District of Columbia, whilst that insti tution continues to exist in the State of Maryland ; without the consent of that State ; without the con sent oi the people ot me .uistrict, ana . without a just compensation to the owners of slaves within ' tthe District : ' 4 "". V:-"'- .V-". i . ..a Resolved,- That it is inexpedient to prohibit with- in the District of Columbia, the slave trade in slaves Tbrought into, it" from States,, or places beyond its -limits, either to be sold therein as merchandise or to le transported to other markets -without the D'ts trict of Clumbia:irJ ' y." ;.UResoleed, "That more effectual provision onffht to be made by law, for the restitution and delivery of -persons bound to servitude or labor in any State, -who may escape into any other State, or territory Kf this Union.' :i - ;'-"".-- "' L .' 'h !; ; . i- Resolved, That Congress has no power to prohi- "bit or obstruct trabe in slaves between slave-holding States,- and that admission or exclusion of slaves brought from one into another of them, depends xclusively upon their own particular laws : Mr. Clay concluded with n most eloquent appeal in behalf of haimony, peace and mutual forbear ance for the sane of the Lnton. . . . . - ; Another despatch says Mr., Clay says: I must say from al! that I have, heard or. read, from all the witnesses I have seerit and commurred with, from all that has transpired and transpiring. I do believe that hot on one foot of territory from ilexi V will slavery ever "be planted, and I ;-believe, it "$ould not be done by the force or power of public authority. - - --.- ..-..v -.. - - - i - -. ; These resolutions, said Mr. Clay, involve no sac rifice of any principle, they were founded on a ba- 61S ot mutual loroearance ana concession, .not as matters of principle but of feeling.; " - - -. - - V-, Hocsk. Nothing of interest was dono in the ' House. Diseusion on the mileage question." '. ; T ' liT We find the annexed account of a pcrson- -al rencontre, said to nave taken place at Lima, be jtween Mr. Potter, United States Consul at Valpa raiso, and-Mr. Sullivan, the British Charge to Chi Ti, in the Baltainore, American of the 16th insU :-t-'.ii -i Washington; Jan. 15. ; 1 News has just reached tliis city of a peronal ren-i eon t re which took place at Lima, on the 10th of the last month, between 'your fellow-citizen, 'Col. : Zabdiel W. Potter.'the newly appointed Consul of ' the United States at Yalparaisaand the Hon. Hen ry Stephen Sullivan, nephew of Lord Pnlmerston, . and her Brittannie majesty's charge d'afiiiirs near the Government of Chili, the particulars of whicli, as well as I can learn, are as follows: On the 9th , .-.December last, it seems that CoL Potter with his family, being; en route for Valparaiso; stopped at Lima; it. being necessary that the steamer should jtr lie ly several days at Callao in order to take in a supply of coal . CoL Potter took lodgings for him self and family at the French hotel , After having taken his rooms in the hotel, into which he was ; fihown by the landlady in person,, arid as he sup posed comfortably lodged his family during the stay of the steamer at Callao, he walked out in compa ny with a compagnon du voyage" to take a view of Lima - and its novelties and curiosities. " . Col. Potter had not long left his lodgings before lie Ilonorrble ' Henry Stephen Sullivan with his family stopped at the hotel, and deliberately walked ;up to the rooms which ; had been assigned to Col. 'Potter and family, and took forcible possession of them, and turned Mrs. Potler and her infant child out of doors. . Mrs. Potter besought him with tears in her eyes to await the return of her husband, who would only be absent a jew minutes, but it was all hi Vain. !(J His British, nobility told her she was only a common American cook, and ordered her out with her child in her arms, directing a ser vant tO; find, other apartments for her. Gen. ITer rerav who occupied rooms near those taken by CoL Potter," waa appealed to by Mrs. P:, and he and his daughter, Mrs. Micklc, went with her to the charge and "besought " him to await the return of CoL Potter ; but this appeal also was without effiect Mrs. P. was again ordered out of the room, and as she left in tears, this accomplished functionary and chivalric gentleman taunted her with words of this sort "Mamma don't whip me I'll be good rest time I will." - , Some time after this brutal occurrence, Col. Pot ter returned to the hotel, when he was informed of J what had transpired ; and as soon as he could hear the story he called upon Mr. Sullivan, who had gone out" After a short time he called again, but was again told that the gentleman was not in. Like a true American gentleman, Colonel P. de clined te disturb the family of this royal offender, or in the least to take advantage of his abscence. but went immediately to a hotel in the Plaza and procured other lodgings, it being then nearly night Early the njst morning he again repaired to the room of the charge, and found him, this time, "at home." He requested him very politely to accom pany him to the apartments of Gen. Herrera, hv order to have nn explanation of the disgraceful con duct towards Mrs. Potter on the previous evening. Mr. Sullivan coolly declined the request, and fold Colonel P. that i was he (Col. P.) who must make the apology to his lordship. Upon this Col. Potter administered to him a well-merited and,well-ap-plied chastisement, caning him until they were both completely exhausted with the effort the one in the passive, the other in th active sense -" ' T - This just retribution was wittenessed by a large number of gentlemen, among whom were . several Englishmen; and every body agreed that Potter was entirely in the right - It is needless to add, that as soon as the news spread over the city ot Lima,' there was a universal burst of admiration of Potter's conduct on the one hand, and of the con demnation of Sullivan's on the other. It is hoped that thisaflair will teach lord Palmerston's nephew that an American citizen, at home or abroad, is not disposed to brook any insult, even trom one who is of blood kin to his lordship and a high functionary of her British majesty ; and he may also profit by this lesson, and learn how to resent an injury him self hereafter. . ... , . The Fremont "Literary Association, WILL meet at H. E. Clark's School-room, Monday evening next, at half past six o'clock. '" ' ' - ORDER OF EXERCISES. ' ' lat. Reading of several Original Communications. 2nd. Social and general conversatien on the best means of Advbuciug the Prosperity of the people of Fremont- , -. ,. i . By order of the Executive Committee, " H. EVERETT, Secretary. January "30th, 18.30. '.; ' DIED, In thif olnce. on the 27th instant, of Inflamalon of the Lungs. ALM1RA, wife of HENRY STACY aged 34 Fremont Price Current Corrected Weekly. Wheat per bnshef Flour per bblv... 75i8n'Cloversoed ........ ..4,50 Pork .2.75 ..$8 Corn per bush.. . . 251 tianiB smoked per lb Uats per bu&h... . t ... . .(oeans per bu... Bnlterperlb.... 8;PoUtoee per bu ..$1,25 t'Sg' per dox.. ........ .miUmons ,....50 ..57a8' ..$',50 .....20 .....10 Cheese per lb 8 Apples, green . . Larp per lb.. ......... . 3, Dried apples, ... Siill per blI l,25 Beeswax per lb . Hides per lb ..... ....4 a 8 Tallow .... .... Flax seed per bu...... ..75 Staves per M .. .$10al5 Timothy seed.... .... .l,25BlkW Lumber per M.$3al2 :drjucctiscment0, It is on'y a day or two since we hears of a case of palry aud apop'exy cured by the celebrated Lith. Mix ture. . Wo can giue the name, Mr. Edmetids of steam er Cleveland, of the great lakes is the gentleman who testifies to it. It was in his own particular case, and we a'lvise all lo gets pamphlet and see Ihe history of the cure. : Mr. Esmond's mother, an aged Indy was cured uf a cancer by Ibis great article, nd it was but yester day we (Dr.Vaughn) saw- m letter from a geutemau whostated M.-s..lves of weedsport N. Y., wascu,edofa sore of 20 years standing. Such cures do not follow the use of the trdsh of Sarsaparillas, and other yarb drinks' which any eld lady can make by the gallon for the cost of six cents. . ,-' - - , .- .. . l' 1 This Great American Remedy is a careful and scien tific preparation, which has baffled the first chemists of ihe country in their attempts to analize. Dr. Vaughn hashad the satisfaction to see his article introduced into the practice of the Medical men, they declare it to be a remedy of great power, and willoverthrow the whole the ory of Medicine as administered by the M. D. Reader see advertisement in our columns, G. C. Vaughns Veg etable Lithontriptic Mixture," the Great American Rem edy, get pamphlets of Agents." SEI.ECT SCIIOOJL, I N T HE BASEMEN T OF THE JlETiBOItlST CHURVIt. ,' BY J. ROBERTS, Will re-commence Monday February 11th, 1850. Fremont, Feb. 2, 1850 36:3m Administrator's Sale by order of tbe Court. BY nter of the conrt of common pleas of Sandusky connty, and state of Ohio, I shall offer for sale to the higheBt bidder, on Saturday, Ihe 23d day of February next, at Shrenk & Shreuk's Grocery, in Fremont, the following unsettled Notes, -Judgments and Accounts re maining in my hands," as Administrator of G. W. Ra hawser dee'd, to witt Ira Bartholomew, thirty dollars; H. C. Skinner, eight dollars: - -" ' : x. Robert Smith, thirteen dollars: - --, David Swank ninety-five cents; William Coffiin, two Hollars sixty-two cents; ' Joseph Sherwood, six dollar ninety-two ctej George Greiuer, ten dollars fifty six cents; - Nelson Rich, one dollar fifty cellist ,-John Burrows, one dollar fifty cents; T Daniel Middleton, seventy-five cents; Chst Gasser, nineteen cents: ' ' r"-'-- Henry Fisher, sixty-three cents; . Jasper Ihms, seventy cents; : , . Robert Lightcap, six dollars fifty-six ceuts; . John Cox, two dollars; Jester I mes, two dollars thirty-eight cents; C, K. Watson, three dollars fifty cenU; Peter P. Fusselmau, three dollais seventy-five cts: Isaac Randell, three dollars forty-three cents; John Kiel, three dollars. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock. P. M. - W. B. SMITH. Administrator of G. W. Rahawser. Fremont, Feb. SS, J850 47-3 Chancery IVotice. Court of Common Pleas, Ottawa county, State of Ohio Administrator of David Chambers, deceased, - vs. ) . Stanton H. Brown. TJ Y virtue of a decretal order to me directed, and issu I J ed from the court of common pleas, of Ottowa county, and state of Ohio, 1 shall offer at public sale at the door of Ihe court nouse in rori Clinton, in said countv, on the 4th cav of March, A.' D. 1850, be tween the hours of ten o'clocs A. m. and lour o'clock P. M. the following described lands and tenements, to wit: Lrt number three, -3- in square number thirty-six, -36- twenty-nine and twenty-eight one-hundredths feet of the Mill lot aud twenty and eighteen one-hundredths feet of the balance of the same lot, and lot number four 4 in square number thirty-six, 36 iu the town of rort Clinton, utlawa county, fJluo- Taken as the property of Stanton H. Brown, to satisfy a decree in favor of the Administrator of David Cham ben, deceased. v II. J. MILLER, Special Master. Port Cliaton, Ottawa ccunty, Feb. 2, 185047-5 A chancery Notice, -j " r. Court of common pleas, Sandusky county, state of Ohio. Joseph Bochler, vs. Cathariue New, "el al. BY virtue of a decretal order to me directed, and issu ed out of the court of common pleas of Sandusky county and stats of Ohio, I shall offer at public sale at the door ol the court noose in t remoni, in said county, on the 9th day of March next, between the hours of ten o'clocx A. M. and four o'clock P. M. thw-feHo-srinjr described tends and tenements, to wit:-" , The north half of Ihs north half of the north-east quarter of section number twenty-eight' -28 in township number five 5 north of range number sixteen, lb containing twenty -20- acres mora or less, in Sandusky county Ohio. ; : , -,.-. - . Taken as the nropertv of Catharine new lo sausiy decree iu said court in fnvor of Joseph Bochler. v C. EDGERTO A, Special Master. February 2, lf50 47-5 -- - - l s v- Attention. ALL persons indebted to the undersigned, either by note or account, are requested to caH and pay the same bv the nrst oi niarca next. -Any one neglecting this call mnv expect to find their" accounts in the hands of the proper officers for collection. ' Fremont, January 26, 1850 46:6--v- " Administrator's Sale of Real Estate,' Court of common pleas, Sandusky county, state of O'1'0- l etition to sell Land. -. - Henry Beck, Administrator of - ) - ' - . A. U. roster, deceased: J ' - - - vs. .. ) . '. Harriet Foster and others. , " 5 IN pursuance of an order of enid court mads in the above entitled case. I shall offer for sale at auction on Saturday, the 9th day of Fetruary next, between the hours of ln o'clock A. M. and four o'clock P. M. at the door of the court house of said county, in Fremont, the following described real estate, to wit: . The south-east quarter of- the south-west quarter of section number nine, 9 in township number four, 4 range number sixteen, -16- containing thirty-seven two one-huudredlhs -37 2 100- acres, subject to the dower estate of Harriet Foster, assigned therein, being in Green Creek township, in said Sandusky county. Ap praised at Also The south-east quarter and the east half of the south-west quarter of section number eleven, 11 in township number seven, range number fourteen, 14 containing two hundred and forty 240 acres, be? ing iu Ottawa county, Ohio, appraised at two dollars fifty cents -$2.50-per acre. . - Tkhms or Salic. One-third in cash, one-third in six months and one-third in one year, with interest from day of sale, to be secured by mortgage 011 the premises. - - HENRY BECK, Administrator of A. G. Foster, deceased. Fremont, Jan'y 5, 185043:4 , CHANCER Y NOTICE. A. II. Ewing, Ewiug, li vs. V el & wife. ) Sandusky County Court of Com mon fleas: S. Ruseel&wife. IN CHANCERY. B1 Y virtue of a decretal order to me directed and issued from thecourt of common pleas of Sanduskv COUO' ty, Ohic, I shall otferat public sale at the door of the court house in f r e m o n t , in said conntv, on the 9th day of March next, A. D. 1850, between the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and four o'clock P. M. the following lands and tenemenis, to wit: in-lot number do, as des ignated on the recorded platt of Ewiug'a addition to th( town of Lower Sandusky, in Sandusky countv, Ohio.' : Taken as the properly of S. Russel and wife, to satisfy a decree in said court in favor of A. H. Ewing, against tnesaia kus' el x. wile. JOHN L. GREENE, Jan. 26 40 :5 Special Master. Tlie Inedited Works of JLord Byron, NOW first published from his Letters, Journals, and other manuscripts, in possession of his son, Major txeorge troroon Byron, what Liord ayron said or t.ie Pope may with more justice be said of himself: "He is the Poet of all times, of all climes, of all feelings, and of all stages ol existence. A thousand years will roll away before snch another can be hoped for in oar Literature. Throwing aside the tramels of a conventional life, in his hatred and disgust at Ihe cant and hypocrisy which sought to annihilate himonaccounl of his youthful irreg ularities and indiscretious; aud relying solely on the vast power of his own mighty genius, he contemned and defi ed both the world's sensure and praise. But for the vary faults of his early education the misfortunes of his youth, and the disappointments which awaited him as he merg ed into manhood but for the natural moodiness of his spirit, and the possession of affections, that longed for something arnuud which to entwine but for the want of a mother s love, and the los of a wife's afxVctions but for a combination of evils which wonld have prostrated another but for all these, the cuius of Byron raiirht have slumbered, and been lost to us and posterity. "The liuht that leads estray is the licht that shines from heaven," and this giorious light, which shades its effol geuce over every page of his writings, will be sought for in vain in the effusions of.his most gifted contemporaries. It is the lightning flash of genius, uncontrolled and nn- controlhible, that wifl cause posterity to speut of the nine teenth century as the Rge of Byron. - With Shakspeare, Milton, fJryden and t ope, the name of liyron will in fu ture ages mark a brilliant period in the development of English Poesy, and the generations yet- to come, will treasure the smallest relic of the master mind. The val uable unpublished materials, which the editor tms been enabled lo amass, ill tracking the footsteps of Lord By ron through all his pilgrimages, consist of about one thou sand Letters, the Rnvena Jonrnal of 1632, enriched with copious nates by the late Sir Walter Scott, numerous unpublished Bourns, including the suppressed portions ol his principal works; and a mass of anecdotes and remiu- iscenees ol Lori Byron, by the .Countess Cruiccioh, by Mrs. Percy, Bshe Shelley, and Miss Bristowe; by Archdeacon Spencer, Sir Humphrey Daw, Messrs Hor ace Smith, John Taylor, Trelawny Gordon, Capt. Bol- dero, and others, lo these he is kindly permuted to add numerous letters addressed to Lord Byron by his most intimate friends. A quarter of a century has pass ed away since t lie death of Lord Byron, and twenty years have elapsed since Mr. Moore's admirable notices of the poet appeored. During that period death haa been busy with those, but of regard to whom Mr. Moore waa inde ed to omit passages in the published correspondence, as given in the seventeenth volume edition of Lord Byron's works. These passages will now be restored, the edi tor feeling assured that the public will uphold him in whet he looks up to as a sacred duty, the rescuing the mem ory of Lord Byron from the many unjust aspersions cast opon his character, either for interested motives, or for the mere gratification of envy, hatred aud malice. In publishing these, the utmost delicacy consistent with truth and candor will be observed; but if any one should feel agrieved, the editor disclaims at once any in tention of giving pain by the publication, aud would call to mind what Tyler says in his Rhapsody on Pope: "All such writings and discourses as touch no man will mend no man." The publication of these works of the Poet iu England havin? been prevented by an injunction of the Lord Chancellor, obtained through a combination of in fluences of whicli it is unnecessary to speak, the editor has concluded to give, them to the public of the United States, and thus place the world in possession tf the ma terials for doing complete justice lo the greatest of mod ern poets. The-following .distinguished persons have signified iheir jutenlion of patronizing tbe work: Her Grace, the Duchess of Hamilton; the Countess of Lin coin; the Countess of ChnrleVille; the Right Hon. the Viscount of Morpeth, M. P.; the Rl. Hon. Lord Ash burton; the Rt. Hon. the Viscount Falkland; the Lord Albert Conyngham; the R. Hon. Sir Robert Adair; G. C. B. Joseph Neelu Esq., F. R. S., Fr S. A.; Beriah Hot field Esq , M. P.; Hudson Guernnv, Esq ; Dawson Turner, Esq., F. R. S , F. S. A.; Horace TwiBS. Esq, The work will ba published in Monthly parts, at 25 cents each. At the commencement of each Volume an en graved title Rage and Fronticepiece will be given; and amongst other subjects already in the engraver's hands, are three hitherto unpublished Portraits, the first a curi ous mathematical sketch, taken about the age of eigh teen: the second, a copy of the pirture by West, the well known American painter, and the third, a sketch from the celebrated statue by Thorwaldsen, at Cam bridge. The publication will commence on the 1st of October, and be continued on the first or every sue ceediag month, till the whole is com pi ted. It is imag ined that it will not exceed four volumes. A liberal dis count made lo the trade,; no order attended to unless ac companied by cash. G. G. BYRON, Publisher, 257 Broakway, IN. I. 07 Postmasters and others transmitting orders with money from the interior, will be entitled to 15 per cent. II sent ny man me postage must be pi it' in advance. U" Every editor of a newspaper in the United States end Canada republishing the prospectus above and send ing a marked copy of bis popjr to the publisher, will reg ularly receive the new works of Lord Bvron as fast as they are published. This promise will be faithfully per formed "l KOAUCl.U t tin, V eatings aud woolen Goods, very xr-vtm cueap. If you wants new suit call on Pettibone. Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. Court of common pleas, Sandusky county, slate of Ohio Petition to sell Land. , John.L. Greene, Administrator of James Stewart, dee'd, .: vs.. ; Mary Stewart and others. IN pursuance of au order of the court of common pleas of Sandusky county, I shall offer for sale at the door of the court house iu said county, on Saturday, the 9th day of March next, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. aud 4 o'clock P. M., the followieg described real estate, subject to the dower estate of the said Mary Stewart, to wit. ? . - . . : . . A part of in-lot number one hundred and thirty-one, -131- in the town of Fremont, late Lower Sandusky, bounded and described as follows: being so much of said in-!ot number one hundred and thirty-one, as to make one-fourth of an anreof land, that is to say, five rods wide on Wayne street and eight rods back on Garrison street, so as to contain forty squaee rods more or less. Terms of Sale. One-third cash in hand, one-third in one year and one-third in two years, with interest from day of sale, to be secured by mortgage on the premises. JOHN L. GREENE, Administrator of James Stewart, dee'd. Fremont, January 26, 1850 46:4 .. , : Administrator's Sale of Real .Estate. Court ef common pleas, Sandusky county, stateof Ohio ' Petition to sell Land. John L. Greene, Administrator of John Eridler, deceased, vs. Sally Kridler and others.- i - pursuance of an order of said court marie in th above entitled case, I shall offer for sale at auction, on ciaturdav, the 9th dar of March next, between the hours of ten o'clock A. M., and four .o'clock P. M., at the door of the court house in said county, in Fremont, the following descsibed real estate, to wit - In-lots numbers hve o and six, 6- in out-lot num ber five -5 in tract number eight, 8 in the Reserva tion of two miles square at the foot of Ihe rapids of the Handusky river, subject to the dower estate of Sally Kridler. - , - - - Terms of Sale One-third cash in hand, one-third in one year and one-third in two years with interest from day oi sale, to be secured by mortgage on the premises - Administrator of John Kridler, dee'd. , Fremont, January 26, 1850 46:4 , . . CUanccry .Votice. Lemuel G- Jones aud ) ' "' Rassilas P. Jones, Conrt of aommnn 1a.. vs 1 - - - r-- . el j J ' :oandusKy couuty, U.- James P. Berrv, Ty Y virtue of a decretal order, issued out of the conrt of 1 J common pleas of Sandusky county, and state of umo, lo me directed and delivered, 1 shall otter at public sale at me oooroi tne conrt Douse, in iremoat. in said county, on the 9th dav of March next, between the hours of ten o'clock A M, and four o'cloca P M, the following lands and tenements, to wit: Being the west half of the south-west quarterof section number twenty-nine, (29) township number six, (6) north of range fonrteen east, eontaining eighty acres more or less. And the south half of the south-west quar ter of the north-west quarter ol eection number twenty nine, (29) township number six (6) north, of range four teen, containing twenty acres more or less, in Sandusxy county, Ohio. Taxen as the property of James P. Berry, et al, to sat isfy a decree in favor of Lemuel G Jones and Rassilas P Jones. . . CHESTER EDGERTON", -Jan. 2G 46:5 Special Master. Chancery Notice. Frederick S. Shaefer, , ) vs. ' Thomaa Pinxerlon, John PinKerton, Samuel Pinxerton, George PinKerton, , Jacob Heberling, Gabriel Reum&wife,& Casper Smith and wife. Court of common pleas, SandusKy county O. IN CHANCERY. BY virtue of a decretal order issued out of the court of common pleas of Sanduexy county, and state of vmiiu, to me mrectea ana delivered, l thn II ntTrr ol nnhli ie iiia uoor oi me court noose in f r e m o n t , n said county on Ihe 9th dav of March next between the hours of ten o'clock A M, and four o'clock P M, the rl! : t i . . .. . luuuwiug lanus anu tenements, is wit: - Being m-Iot number twentv-one. f 21 in Heberlinir's addition tothe town of Lower Sanduskv. on the esl airio of the Sandusky river, in Sandusxy countv Ohio. 1 alien as the property of Thomas Pinkerton. et al. to satisfy a decree in favor of Frederic S. Shaefer. "i CHESTER EDGKRTON, - Jan. 2040:5 Special Master. CHANCERY. NOTICE. Court of common pleas, Sandusky county, state of Ohio. Mary Neff, vs. Benjamiu Nefi. BY virtue of a decretal order to me directed and issu ed fmm tht Onnrf tf nmm,n nla nf C .. .1 .. .. U .. county, and slate of Ohio, I shall offer at public sale, at the doir of the eourt house, iu Fremont, in said county, m ine 9111 day ol March next, between the hours of ten 1'clork A. M. and four n'xlnrb P M Ilia rlln.;n A.. scribed lands and tenements, to win 1 he west part of the north p'irt of factional Section lUmhpr twentV.llillM. 9Q. tnttrnnliln -nnmVw.1. I....- A range number fiftean, -15- containing seventy-five' -75-acresof land in Sandusky county, Ohio. Taken as the property of Benjamin Neff, to satisfy a decree in s;.id court, in favor of Mary Neff. C. EDGERTON, Special Master. Remoni, January 26 46:5 - -. ,. CHANCERY NOTICE. : Court common pleas, Sanduskv county, state of Ohio- Alexander II. Ewing's Administrators, vs. Gabriel Frazier. . BY virtu ed froi e of a decretal order to me directed and issu from the court of common pleas of Sandusky county, Ohio, 1 shall offer at public sals al the door of the court house in Fiemont, in Said county, on the 9lh day of Mareh next, between the hours of ten o'clock A. M and Tour o'clock r. ol, the following lands and tene ments, to wit: In-lot number forty, -40- as known and described on Ewing's second addition to town plat of Lower Sandus ky, in Sandusky county, Ohio. 1 aken as the property 01 trabriet t razier to satisfy a decree in said court in favor of Alexander H. Swing's Administrator, and against said Gabriel Frazier. v C. EDGERTON, Special Master. Fremont, January 26 46:5 . . ; CHANCERY NOTICE. ..; Court common pleas, Sandusky county, State of Ohio. Alexander H. Ewing vs. Levi P. Dorrieon. BY virtue of a decretal order issued out of the Court of common pleas of Sandusky county Ohio, to me directed and delivered, 1 shall offer nt public Bale, at the door of the court house, in F r e m o n t , oh the 9th day of March next, between the hours prescribed by law, the following described lands and teueinents, to wit: la-lot number fifteen, as designated in the recorded town plat of Ewing's addition to tbe town of Lower San dusky, Sandusky county, Ohio. Taxen as the property of Levi r. Dornson, to satisfy a decree in said court in favor of Aldxander H. Ewing agaiust the said Levi P. Dorrison. . JOrlJN Ij. GlUiiiJN Ji, ' Jan. 26 46:5 Special Masten CHANCERY NOTICE, II. Ewing, i 1 vs. sel Dixon, et al ) Sanduskv Countv Court of Com mon Pleas. Russel Dixon, et al IN CHANCERY. BY virtue of a decretal orderissued out of the court of Common Pleas, of Sandusky county, Ohio, to me di rected and delivered, I shall offer at public sale, at the door of the Court House, in r r e m o n t . on the 9th dav of March next, between the hours prescribed bv law the following lands and tenements, to wit: In Lot number 12 as known and described in Swing's addition to the town plat of Lower Sandusky, to satisfy a decree in said court in favor of Alexander n. iuwinv and gainst Solomon N. Russel, Shubal H. Russell and William P. Dixon. JOHN L. GREENE, Jan. 2646:5 Speciol Master. T7l A T.T. GtttCIIAMS. Beautiful styles at onlv one JJ shilling. Call and see them Also, a splendid lot of Delaines and winter Drera Goods, just received at Pkttisohf.b. CASH PAID FOR LAND WARRANTS, at HEAD QUARTERS. Tire and wllariue Insurance. .. THE undersigned would call the attention of mer chants and others having property exposed to loss by Fire or the perils of .Navigation lo the superior advan tages offered by the , ' ; PROTECTION IXSCRAXCE COMPACT, Of Hartford, Connecticut. I. Rates of premium as low as those of any other responsible office. - 2. A -speedy and satisfactory adjustment of losses by Ihe General Agent of the company for the Western and Southern States. . v - - r- , ., , 3. Arbitration (of all differences which may arise) by referees mutually chosen 4. ' Awards promptly paid in specie, bankable funds, or exchange ou New York, Baltimore, Charleston, New Orleans, St. Louis, Louisville, Pittsburgh or Cincinnati, at the option of the insured. . -.-..I.'.-:..-- - -r . - - ' IU" Pamphlets setting forth the mode and principles of adjusting losses rates of premiums classification of hazards, etc., &c, &c, furnished to the customers of the office free of charge. - . o '-. For further information apply to the undersigned who is fully authorized to insure dwellings, stores, hotels, wsrehouses, mills, manufactories, barns, &s., &e.-- - "' Also Household furniture and goods, wares and merchandize contained or stored therein, against loss or damage by fire.- -i - . -i . ; Also Dry goods,- groceries, manufactured goods, produce, household furniture, live stock, and every other description of merchandize or personal property, shipped or to be shipped per good steamboat, or boats to and from points on the western waters, or between eastern cities via lakes, or other inland route and any towns in Ihe western country, against the hazards of inland transpor tation. , ; . ;, s , t ,. K - . Also Shipments of goods, wares and merchandize, per good vessel or vetsels between New Orleans and other Gulf ports between all American ports and Eng lish or European porta, or to any maralime port whatso ever in the Atlantic waters, against the perils of the seas. - - R. P. BUCKLAND, Agent, V Hart'brd Protection Insurance Co. Fremont, Jan. 5, 1850 43:3m -. Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. Court ef common pleas, Sandusky county, state of Ohio. Petition to sell Land. ' , Ralph P. Buckland, Administrator of ) j';. John Myers, deceased: . , J , r . ' " " vs. - - : " .' :"' ' '' . " ' Mary Myers and others. j IN pursuance of an order of said conrt made iu the above entitled case, J shall offer for sale at auction on Saturday, the 9th day of Febrnarv next, between the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and four o'clock P. M. at the door of the court house of said county, in Fremont, the following described real estate, to wit: - The undivided seven-ninths of the north-east quarter of the sooth-west quarter aud Ihe east part of the north west qnarter of section number twenty-eight, -28- in township number lour 4 north of range number niteen, 15eontainineseventv-seven 77- acres more or less, subject to the dower estate of Mary Myers, assigned therein; being in Ballville township. .. Appraised at four hundred eighteen dollars $418. Terms or Sale. One-third cash in hand, one-third in one year and one-third in two years, with interest from day of sale, to be secured by morterage on the premises. ... . K P. BUCKLAND, Administrator of John Myers, deceased. Fremont, Jan'y 5, 1850 13:4 . Chancery IVoticew Court common pleas, Sandusky county, State of Ohio. BY virtue of a decretal order rendered by the court of common pleas of Sandusky county, iu the state of Ohio, at the October term, 1849 in the case of John M. Foul vs- Peter G. Sharp and wife, and directed to me as a Special Master Commissioner, 1 shall offer for sale at the dosr of the court house in the tewn ot r remont, in said county, on the 19th day of Febrnarv, A. D., 1850, the following described real estate, lying in the township of York, county of Sandusky and state of Ohio, bounded anc described as lotlowsi Beginning two chains and eighty links west of the eastern termination of the Maumee and Western Re serve Turnpike Road, thence three degrees fifteen min utes east, seven chains and fifty-two links, to a stake; thence north three degrees fifteen minutes west to the centre of the Kilbonrne road; thanes along the centre of said Kilbourne road lo the centre ef the said Maumee and Western Reserve Turnpike, Road to the place of beginning, being the snme land conveyed to said P. G. Sharp bv Thomas Bell bv deed dated Januarv 7, 1843 " " CHARLES KENT. . Jan'y 19, 1850 45:5 Special Master. FIFTH INSTALLMENT, . , To the Lower Sandusky P, Road Stock. TfteS tOC kh Older of the Lower Sanduskv Plank Road Company, are hereby notified that an assessmentof ten per cent, on thelrcapital Stock, is here by called for, the same to be paid over to John R. Pease. Treasurer of said Company, in Lower Sandusky, ou or before the 15th day of February, IfriffO. - -, JAMES JUSTICE, PresH. La Q. Rawson, SecV- - Dee- 2241- JLitcry r : Stable. ' rpHE SUBSCRIBERS give notice to the citizens of I l remont, and the public generally, that they have formed a copartnership, and intend carrying on the above business in all its branches and forma. They have made i . ij;.: . - . l. . 1 .. , - - ' , large auoiuous 10 ineir biocb oi HORSES, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, &e,, it. and are now prepared to accommodate all who may favor them with a call. Horses and Carriages for parties or funerals cn be had at any moment. Covered and open buggies for men uf business or pleasure, on the shortest notice. Riding horses of the best bottom, always ou hand aud strict attention paid that all who Call shall be accoin modeled without delay. Teams for carrying passengers or movers into any part of the country, always to be had. Those wishing auy thing iu the above liue, will do well to give us a trial, as we feel confident they will be satis fied, both as to teams and prices, the former warranted to carry passengers to their destination in Ihe shortest possible time, and the latter to be as reasonable as possi. ble. By strict attention to business they hope to merit a liberal share of public patronage. . Stables on " '- Street, nearly opposite f . 1. Nor ton's foundry. ' SMITH & WILiIjlAMSUni. Fremont, December 15th, I84SK . Chancer Xoticc ' AlexanderH. Ewing's Adin'r, ) Court common pleis. VS. SANDUSKVCOUNTV,OHJOi Benjamin Meeker and others. ) ib charckrt. . BY virtoe of a decretal order issued in the above en titled cause, I shall offer fors.ile at Vendue on the 9ih day of March next, between the hours prescribed by law, at the door of thecourt honse of said county, in Fremont, the following described real estate, situate iu said county, to wit: In-lots number fifty-one and fifty-two as described on Ewinc's addition to the town plat of Lower Sandusky, said lots being five rods each on Water street, bounded on the south by Ewing street, on the north by an alley-, on the east by lands heretofore sold by contract to RiVerius Bidwell, hi said county. " TaKen as the property of Benjamin Meexer snrt oth ers to satisfy a decree of said court in favor of A. H. Ew ing, and against Benjamiu Meexer and others. . ;' C. iiLltjJl.rtlUIN, . jan'y 1 9 45 :6 Special Master, Petition for IMvorCe. Court common pleas, Sandusky county, state of Ohio, Charles A. Roush, vs." Adeline Roush. " NOTICE is hereby given lo said Adeline Roush, that on the 24th day of January, A. D:, 1850, said Charles A. Roush filed in Ihe clerk's office of the court of common pleae of Sandusky county, Ohio, his petition setting forth, that on the ?th day of March, A. D. 1842, he Was lawfully married to said Adeline, and charging her with willful absence from said Charles, since the 27th of May, A. D., 1846, and with eross neglect of duty during said time and hitherto, which petitioner prays for a divorce from said Adeline, and for the cura tory of their two children; which petition will be .heard at the next term of said court for said connty. Said Adeline is also notified that said Charles will take depositiotis in this case at the (fries of Esq. Babcock, a Justice of the Peace, in Akron, in the eounty of Sum mit, and state of Ohio, an the 23d, 24th and '25th days of February, A. D. 1850, respectively, between the hours of 8 o'ciock A. M. and9 o'clock P. M. - CHARLES A. ROUSH, ;; B. J. Bartlett, Attorac for Petitioner. Fremont', Jan. 26, 1350-4C-G v . . HELP OXE ANOTHER. . .. . .StJIHIT (OLXTY HITIAL Fire Insurance Company! .'. .... AKRON, OHIO. - , . THIS COMPANY will Insure on terms as favorable as auy similar Institution. It has been found upon a careful investigalio-j, that the expense of Insuring in a Mutual Company, does not ex ceed one-fourth that of a Stock Company, The princi ple involved, renders it not only Ihe mos eeoMSafcaL but the most safe for those insured : -.- The strictest economy Is observed in conducting the businss of this company. The utmost caution is exer cised by the Board of Directors in securing honest, judi cious and faithful Aent. .::. -.. ' - DIRECTORS.- SIMON PERKINS, JAMES R. FORD, E. W. HOWARD, G. J. ACKLEY, " J. M. CUTLER, ' - H. B. SPELMAN. wm. s. c. o ris, , L. V. BIERCE, N. FINCH. v ;, 8iM0W PERKINS, President. " WM. H. DEWEY, Secretary. - - v - v f JAMES MATHEWS, General Agents ' c. n. M'cxiiiiOcif, ''. "., . " AGENT FOR SANDUSKY COUNTY, rl IS ready to insure all descriptions of Buildings, Goods, Merchandize, &c., &c., from loss by fire. , s j OFFICE at the Drug Store. ., , , ' -'t Fremont, Sandnrky county, Dec 1, 18-19. 38. Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. - Conrt of common pleas, Sandusky county, slate of Ohio. ; Petition to sell Land, ' Ralph P. Buckland, Administrator of) ' Charles L. Segur, deceased: " . -if : VS. ' :. .. t I ! :: I 1 -- Harriet Seagur and others.. .. i - ' ' - IN pursuance of an order of said court, mads in the above entitled case, I shall offer fur sale at auction on Saturday, the 9th day of February, next, between the hears of ten o'clock. A. M. and four o'clock P. M., at the door of the court house of said county, in Fremont, the following described real estate to wit: -, - I he undivided five-sixth part of the east half of the.- north-west qnarter of section number two, -2 in town ship number five, 5- hi range number thirteen, containing eighty-six 86-acres rnoreer less; appraised ' at Three hundred thirty, three dollars thirty-thres cents,. -$333,33-. Also the undivided five-siyth part of tract number one hundred one, -101- of the Maumee and Western Reserve Read Lands containing one hundred eighteen fifty-two oue-hocdredth -118 62-100-. acres laud more or less, subject to the dower estate uf Catha rine aud Harriet Segur, appraised at Four hundred dol- lurs-$40fr. . i - -, T -,. "vfr-r y - ", . 1 bhms of Sal. Une-third in hand, one-third in six months, and one-third in one rear, with interest from Ihs day of sale, and deferred payments to be secured by iuoit-i gage on the premises. . - ; - It 1. BUCKLAND, " ., ' - - "Administrator of C. L. Segur, deceased. Fremont, Janv 5, 1850 (3:4 " " . , -. i .. . . - rV, " : NOTICE. " . . ' X IS hereby given that application will be made to the court of common pleas of Sanduskv conntv and state sf Ohio, for an order of redemption of the following describ- ea real estate, sola tor taxes on the lath day of January, A. D. 1846, to Gerg Dunbar, to wit: The west naif of , the soath-west quarter of section number thirty-five, township four, rauge fourteen, containing eighty acres, taxed at the time of the sale, for taxes aforesnid in ths Dame of Michael McKennev, and sold for $10 31.9. ; r- , EDWARD McKENNEY, : , 1 ELIZABETH McKENNEY, ; '' ' Per R. P. Buckland, their Attorney -Fremont, Jan'y 5, 185043.6 -.-.a - , Chancery Xotico. - . Sale of: OJuo, Sandusky county court of common' . jpleas- Inckemcery. t: -f-'rj La Quinio Rawson, i . i ' -"''' V Joseph Meek. - J i ; ' Zi i A BY virtue of a decretel order to me directed and iesu ed from the court of common pleas x1 Ssudusky eounty Ohio, I shall offer at public sale, at the door of the court house" in Fremont in sard county, on the 9th day of Febrnarv next, between the hours of ten" o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clocK P. M. the the following lands and tenements to witt . - The west half of the north-en-t rjuarrerof section number twenty-three, in township number five north ef range number sixteen containing eighty acres ef laid in Snnduaicy county, Ohio. - ' " - v; . Taxen as the property of Joseph Meek, to satisfy a -drrre in said court in favor of LaQotnfo Rawspn, aud against the said Joseph Meek. R.P, nCCKLAND. ; Jan. 5, 1850-43:5 f, , Master in Chancery.'", T Ilcmotai. Hcmotah C8 Ds B E T T S, ; : BEGS leave to inform his old customers and the public generally, that he has ; s ' ' Removed his Goods "opposte to Gen. BelVt '-: s. Old Corner, in the Slore formerly occupied by C. J. Pettibone: - : : ' - . where he will keep on hand eonetanth-.a full assortment ef" HA RD -WVARE Boots and Shoes Sole and TJnno.r leather. a Crockery a n d Crlassicarc 7 " jOils arid PaintSjCT N AILS :;A ND IiSS, ' And a full assortment of Iron, for ironing If "agons. Io conclusion, he would sy to all who wish to buy " Cheap Go o to call on bim befors purchasing elsewhere: ss he has a , .: Large Room and plenty of Light, . '-" so that you may not examine in the dark. He will ba . Happy to show you whether yon buy or not. - -' -All kinds of produce will be takes in exchange for - Goods; such as wheat, corn., oats; sccls butter, eggs, &c. i-L Fremout, Jau'y 5, 1850 43 . "' , . ( . -jroticei' "-" ' WILLIAM BARKER, Alouzo Barker, AdeliaCaW ' ker," John Barker James Barker, end Harrison Barker will take notice, that a petition was filed against; Ihetn on the 18th day of January, A D. 1830. iu ths court of common pleas of Sandusky county, . Ohio, by Alanson Hamlin, Jr., and is now pending, wherein ths said Alauson Hamlin, Jr , demands partition of ths fal lowing real estate: - - , ; : One hundred acres of land taken off from the north end of the north rasl quarter of section number two, -2 in township number four, -4 range number seventeen -17 Also Thirty-fine seres of land more or less,, described as follows; beginning at the south-east corner of the tract above described, thence south eoveutesu -17- chains and seventy -70-links to a stake, theucs twenty -20- chains and twenty-three -23-. links to a. stake, thence north seventeen -17- chains seveuty 70- links to s stake, thence east twenty -3fl chains fourteen -14 links to the place of beginning, in Sandusky coun ty end stote of Ohio, being the homsVsit of the lts Jolin, E. Barker; deceasee. And. ' . . That at the next term of said court, application will be made by ths said Alanson Hamlin, Jr., for an order that partition may be made of said premises. , - "- ' ' " ALANSON HAMLIN Jr., """I v -r-f-.---, bv Qt Edgerton, his Attorney. - January 18. 185046-6 .- ; : CI ALT, Sole Lrallier, &c, &e., plenlv and cheap s J l'isTTIBO!ISt '"