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; Dr. J. M. Bernhisel, agent at Wosbington from
the Salt Lake country, communicates the following
letter to the Washington Globe: '
A , , - Washington City, Jan. 1 9.
Dear Sir: In conformity with the wish expres
sed in your late note, I subjoin an extract from a
letter which I have recently received from Gener-
' al John Wilson, of Missouri, dated at the city of the
Great Salt Lake, September 6, 1849; he being on
his way to California, in the public service, if I mis
take not, as Indian agent, or sub-agent . The ex-
. tract yon may use at your discretion. Gen. Wilson
is a man of mature years, and of the first respec-
' tability. Implicit reliance can therefore be placed
in the accuracy of his statements. I will add that
it gives me much satisfaction to afford you the
means of repelling injurious statements recently
put afloat, and also to learn as I do, from a source
so trustworthy, the good conduct, order, and hap
piness of your people In the great Salt Lake coun
try." And as they are in the interior of this conti
nent separated by vast deserts and mountains from
the. scenes of disorder and confusion, in which they
were so long involved in Missouri and Illinois, it is
my desire that they should become a great, pros
perous and truly christian community. With sen-
timcnts of true respect, I am faithfully, - ?
U,.-- ; Yours. TRUMAN SMITH.
For Dr. J. M. Berhhisel, agent at Washington,
from the Salt Lake country. Extract from the
leter referred to in the above note : . , ,
"A more orderly, earnest, industrious, and civil
people 1 have never been among than these, (mean
ing the inhabitants f the great Salt Lake city,)
.And it is incredible how much they have done in the
'wilderness in so short a time. In this city, which
" contains now; as 1 believe, about from four to five
thousand inhabitants, I have not met in a citizen, a
single idler, or any person who looks like a loafer.
. Their prospects for crops are fair, and there is a
spirit and energy in all that you see that cannot be
equalled in any city of any size that I have ever
been in, and I will add, not even in 'Old Con
necticut.' . '
' Just as we were going to press, we receiv-
ed the following communication, by the under-
ground lightning line, telegraphed expressly fot
: the Freeman. , We had no idea the news had got
' so far from home that M. E. is in "search of a hus
v" Jjand;" but we opine it is owing to the agency of
the said underground conveyance. We have no
r doubt but the "Telegraph" man's girl, will succeed
? ' inentraping Mr. Ickabod Downing:
vi Ttiitlk Creek, Will Co;, 111, Feb. Yth, '50
, Mitv Fouxe ; I seed some tarnal nicst poetry
- -f 1 - .1 - l . I. J ...V r ...
. tu git married. She aint so al fired partickular as
"'tnight be 'sposed. Now I is situate out here on a
, .ood forty acres of land, baring some swamps, a
Tew musqueteers, and considerable snakes in dog
" days, only we have no water nearer than two
miles, but wood is nearer providin it can be found.
. I knowed this wcnld suit a f oetry gal, as sich kind
"wants exercise. As regards myself, I'm twenty-
,J t wo last corn plantin, most sevin foot high when
; straight, (which has not bin since the wild hog run
in? out of Dan Spanker's tatar patch,) tolerable
i .long legged considerin I have a short body, griz
ily gray hair, hazel eyes, 'complexion uncertain, till
: sister peggy makes soap. - Now if that gal wants a
i kind hearted generous chap, what ha a good
Irenth when whiskey is scarce, let her send a letter
hy the stage to this place, and we will make what
- e nualitv Hs nrnlimmaries. !
j --. j g ... . . -
Wheat is scace, and taters scacer. The boys ar
i gv-v. r , . . -
, Take ticular notis: Country chaps is more lovin
than town dandies.
, .. P. 8. If you cant print this ero communication
V:. send it to the Buukem Flag Stuff for insersing. !
- South vlolc-at n the President.
" " 'v k''"';'- '- Whashington Jan. 26.
Tl, n .,y.,T, . Ktm, Italril AnaW tKm. fl ....
,., -upon General Taylors California message, and up-
- , -on. his true conciliatory policy. Theouthern men
v resist his whole scheme, because ft brings Califor
r iua into the Union, with a constitution prohibiting
' , t slavery.and with a territory extending south of the
' . Missouri compromise fine of 36 deg. 30 minutes.
- . They resist, too, because it affords them no guar-
- nty that any part of the territory acquired from
Mexico will ever be subject to Slavery. The south-
-ern men say that if they fail to obtain some coro-
- promise now, they may forever yield tire whole
question, with all its ulterior consequences.
"'"The north w2t soon be strengthened by a new ap-
'portionment of representatives. Besides, if . the
" question be left open, H will go into the election
.next fall and. every northern man not in favor of
- the Wilmot proviso, will be thrown aside. It con-
J" cerns the harmony, and stability of the Union,,
' therefore, to adjust it now.
am perfectly certain that no appropriation bill
can-pass the House, nor even the senate, until
. the question be settled. There are those who will
prevent it In the state of parties in the House,
a small number of men can prevent legislative ac
tion . - . ... ..: -J.'. '; .
. . . . r s ' -
Russia Desertions from tie Army. .
: A letter from the Polish frontier, dated Decem-
ber 29;says: , - - !
m Another cry of horror comes to us from the
in Lowrhboring kingdom of Poland. In the recruiting
every thin bitborto almost all the young men capaple
Henced''ry duty went off in order to escape the ar
intein order to meet the desertion, which is
f(uh0J,ablied by the frightful severity of the Russian
y-an order has been issued that the brothers
tha deserter", however young, shall be put into
. Hnl.o ' "a n t V. An . Viia nr!o. iruc onnrtunrpd
chudren of 10, 1Z and 13 years ot age were torn
- from their parents. - - -
n.vMr. Clingman, in his speech t'other day said that
- -a hundred thousand dollars -worth of slaves ran
away from the state of Dele ware every year. I
. am authorized by one of the senators from that
state to say that ail the slaves in that state can be
purchased for half that sum ! If this be true, twice
ag many run away every year from the state as are
rB the state altogether! ; Cor. N. Y. Tribune.
' f'A Rkmakkablb avo Isgenious Invention.-
" A mechanic in this city has attached machinery to
' " A clock, so as to eause the striking part to ring a bell
" 24 times at any desired hour at which one wishes
to be called in the night The machinery will 'at
f ' the same time, light, eandle and assume a pcr-
T pendicular position. ine roacninery may Desei
so as to give the alarm, and light the room at any
: nonr or minute desired. wswego times.
An Outrage. We learn from the " gis of
Truth that the town of Henderson has been tbe
scene of great excitement, occasioned bv an out
rage of an anomalous character. On Sunday night
the 6th instant, the land office of that district, situ
ated in Henderson, was entered, and a large por
tion of the records, files, certificates, and evidences
of title, (in many instances the only evidences,)
were cut out and deliberately burned, and other
wise destroyed. The extent of the evil, says that
paper, cannot now be estimated, but that it is very
great, and in maDy instances irreparable, we have
abundant reasons to fear. - A committee was ap
pointed to examine, and report upon the extent of
the damage; but, alter a long and patient investi
gation, it failed to arrive at a satisfactory conlusion
The people of Henderson will stand high as a law
abiding people ; for, though much incensed, noth
ing like violence seemed to be thought of. As the
matter will come under legal investigation, we de
cline savins more about it at present. v
The Fremont Iiiterary Association,
WILL meet at H. E. Clark'h School-room, Monday
evening next, at half part six o'clock.
ORDER OF EXERCISES.
A Lsctdrb on Hometead Exemption.
By order of the Executive Committee,
" : ' H. EVERETT, Secretary.
February 9th, 1850.-
Fremont Price Current Corrected Weekly.
Wheat per bnahe? 75 ,80
floor per bbl. .4.50
Cloveraeed 2.75
Pork f
Hams amoked per lb 5
Reatia per bu $1,25
Corn per bash..., .... . .25
Out per bush..., .... ..22
Butter per lb. ... ......... 8
Potatoes per bu .25
Onione 50
Lee per dnx... ..in
Cheese per lb. ......... . 8
Applee, ertien .... ...57an'
Larp per lb...; .... 5
Dried applea $l.3i
Beeewax per lb 20
Tallow 10
Ste per M $10aI5
BlkWL,umberperM.$813
Silt per bbf..... 1.25,
Hide, per lb 4 K 81
Flax eed per bu. ....75
Timothy aeed 1 ,25,
SUrotctiscments,
Messrs. A. Thayer & Son,
Iouaick Falls, New York, Benda to Dr. G. C. Vaughn,
iu a letter the following testimony:
' -Hoopirk Falls, March 19. 1847.
To Di.' Vauehn: I fal it a dntv f owe to vou lo make
this statement, thinking that some other person afflicted
may real, anu nna reitei inrouifn inu s.iuie source, in
Airril Inst 1 rk attHck0d w ith inflniiiHtorY rheuniatism.
so that I was perfectly helpless. I app ied to three phy
stetaiia, and aft-r remaitmiff under their care about six
weeks, nd all the lime prowine wow, they decided that
I was afflicted with the dropsy of the chest, and after try
ing every experiment, and exhausting every means in
their power, they declared my case incurable, and stated
that I could live but a very few daje at most. About
that time my fnenila aaw your Vegetable Liithontnptic
Mixture, advertised in ihe papers, they procured me a
bottle which seemed to relieve me. I have since taken
five battles, and now my health is restored, a'td I enjoy
excellent health. ELMIRA BAKER
What mere evidence do you want that this great artic
le ia tt supercede everything in its way. Call upon A
genta iu lh:s paper Wider the Great Arnrricin Remedy,
Get a book.
White Wood Lumber,
o
F all kinds and clear stuff', for sale at.
O, H. FUSSELMAN'S.
Feb. 9, 1850.
SELECT SCHOOL,
INTHE BASEMENT OF THE
METHODIST iMUnCMI.
. BY J. ROBERTS,
Will re-commence Monday, February 11th, 1850.
Fremont, Feb. 2. 1850 36:3m
A. F. &'P. VANDEBCOOK,
MERCHANTS AND DEALERS
In all kinds of Produce!
AT the Old Stand formerly occupied by Dickinscu &
Van Doren.
Fremont. Sanduskv eountv. Ohio, December 15, '49'
In Chancery
Court common pleas, Sandusky co. , state of Ohio.
John It. Greene Adrainistralo
nistrator of )
tsed,
Daniel Moore, deceased
vs.
George Moore,
John Hoyahurger, I
Catharine Hoyabnrger, )
Sarah Moore, and others. J
THE said George Moore, John Hay&hnrger Catna
rine Hayaburger and Sarah Mocre, will take notice
that said complainant haa filed in the court of common
pleos of Sandusky county, Ohio, petition against them
and others, the substance of v'.iich is, that said Daniel
Moore died intestate: tha petitioner has been appoint
ed his administrator, tiiat the personal property ia insuffi
cient to pay the debts of said intestate, that he was seiz
ed in fee iiniie at the time of his death of the following
lands and tenements situate ia Sandusky county, Ohio,
19 Witi
Lot number one hundred and ten as numbered on the
nlat of the Maumee Road lands, in township number five
range number tliiiteen, and in sections numbers one and
thirty-one, and bounded as follows, to Witi
Beginning at the south-west comet ol a piece oi tana
sold to Jacob Mease thence west along the Maumee and
Western Reserve Road to the south east corner of iN ich-
olas Newfer and William Oyer's land thence north
along the line to the north-east corner oTthe said Newfer
and G.yer's, thence east along the line to John Moore's
land, thence south along said John Moore's land to the
piece of land sold to Mease, thence a south-westerly di
rection to tire place ot beginning, containing sixty-two
acres, more or less.
The oraver of said petitioner is, that said petitioner
may be authorized to sell and convey said land lb enable
him to pay the debts of said intestate.
JUIirn U. IV t, r.n t.
Administrator of Daniel Moore, dee'd.
Fremont, February 9, 185048 6
In ChattCei-y.
Court common ple.-,s, Sandusky co., state of Ohio
Shnbael H. Russell, Administrator of )
Shubael Russell, deceased,
vs.
Horace A. Russell, and others.
THE said Horace N. Russell, will take notice that
aid complainant has filed in the erurt of common
pleaa of Sandusky county Ohio, a pet-tion against him
and others, the substance of which is, that Shuhael Rus
sell, died intesta'e. that complainant has been appointed
bv said court his administrator, that the estate of said
Shnbael, deceased, is insolvent: that at Ins death, said
intestate was seized in fee simple of the following land-
and tenements situate in the county of Ottawa, state of
Ohio, to wit! "
The north part of the south-east fractional quarter of
fractional section number twenty-four, in township nniri
ber six. north of range fifteen, containing seventy-three
acres and sixtv-two one hundredtha of an acre. Also,
twenty-two acres on the west part of the north part of
the south-west frsctional quarter or fractional section
nnmber nineteen, in fractional township number six,
north of range number sixteen, which last piece of land
ia bounded as follows: Beginning at a post at the cen
tre of the road at the north-west corner of said fractional
section number nineteen, thence east twenty-eight rods,
thence south on a parallel with the section line to Big
Mud creek, thence west to the west line ot saia section,
thence north to the place of beginning.
The prayer of said petition is that said petitioner be
authorized to sell and convey said land to enable him to
pay tbe debts ol said intestate.
S. H. RUSSELL.
Administrator of Shnhnel Russell, dee'd.
Fremont, February 9, 185(148-6
mOBACCO. A new lot of 'Cavendish,' very nice, at
L one shilling, just openod. Call and take a 'chew.'
t ETTiBOrs.
Partition Notice.
Court common pleas, Sandueky co., state of Ohio.
George W, Carpener,
vs. .
Joshua Powell and Minor Powell. )
THE said Joshua Powell, and Minor Powell will take
notice that a Petition was filed against them on the
eighth day or February A. D. 1850, in the court of com
mon pleas of Sandusky county and state of Ohio,' by
George W Carpender, and ia now pending wherein the
said Gerge W. Carpender demands partition of tbe fol
lowing described real estate, to wit:
The south-west quarter of the north-east quarter of
section number twenty-nine, -29- township number five
-5 north range number seventeen -17- containing forty
acres more or less. Also the south-west quarter of the
south-east quarter of section number twenty-nine, -29-same
townahip and rai ge, containing forty acres more
or less, in which lands said Carpender claima title to
the undivided three-fifths part. And at the next term
of said court application will be made by aaid Carpeuder
for an order that partition be made of said premises.
R. P. BUCKLAND,
Attorney for Petitioner.
Fremont, February 9, 1850 43-6 "
Administrator's Sale by order of the Conrt.
BY order of the court of common pleas of Sandusky
county, and state cf Ohio, I shall offer for sale to
the highest bidder, on Saturday, the 23d day of February
next, at Shrenk & Shrenk's Grocery, in Fremont, the
following unsettled Notes, Judgments and Accounis re
maining in my hands, as Administrator of G. W. Ra
hawser dee'd, to wit:
J ra Bartholomew, thirty dollars;
H. C. Skinner, eight dollars;
Robert Smith, thirteen dollars;
David Swank ninety-five cents;
William Cofliin, twoilollars sixty-two cents;
Joseph Sherwood, six dollars ninety-two cts;
George Greiner, ten dollars filly six cents;
Nelson Rich, one dollar fifty cents:
John Burrows, oue dollar fifty cents;
Daniel Middleton, seveuty-rive cents;
Chst G-tsser, nineteen cents;
Henry Fisher, sixty-three cents;
Jasper Ihms, seventy cents;
Robert Liglitcnp, six dollars fifty-six cents;
John Cox, two dollars;
Jester lines, two dollars thirty-eight cents;
C. K. Wa'son. three dollars fifty cent;
Peter P. Fusaelman, 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. 2, 185047 3
Chancery IVotice.
Court of Common Pleas, Ottawa county. State of Ohio
j -
eased, vs.
directed, and i
Administrator of David Chambers, decs'
Stanton H. Brown.
"PI Y virtue of a deeretal order to ma directed, and issn
I t ed from the court of common pleas, of Ottowa
county, and state of Ohio, 1 shall offer at public sale at
Ih? door of the court house in Port Clinton, in said
county, on the 4th day of March, A. D. 1850, be
tween the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and four o'clock
P. M. the following described lands and tenements,
to wit:
Let number three, -3- in square number thirty-six,
36 twenty-nine and twenty-eight one hundredths feet
of the Mill lot and twenty and eighteen one-hundredths
feet f the balance of the same lot, end lot number four
-4 in square number thirty-six, 36 in the town of
fort Uliiilon, Uttawa county, Ullio.
Taken as tho property of Stanton H. Browq, to satisfy
a decree in favor of the Administrator of David Cham
bers, deceased.
H. J. MILLER, Special Master.
Port Clinton, Ottawa county, Feb. 2, 1850 47-5
Chancery Notice.
Court of common pleas, Sandusky county, state of Ohio.
Joseph Bochler, vs. Catharine New, etal.
BY virtue of a decretc! O'der to me directed, and issu
ed out of Ihe court of common ?'eas of Sandusky
county and slate of Ohio, I shall offer at public 9"le
at the door of the court house in Fremont, in
said county, ou the 9th day of March next, between
the hours of ten o'clocx A. M. and four o'clock P. M.
the following described lands and tenements, to wit:
The north half of the north half of the north-east
quarter of section number twenty-eight 28 in township
number five 5- north of range number sixteen, -16
containing twenty -aU acres more or less, iu Sandusky
county Uluo.
Taken as the property of Catharine New to satisfy a
decree iu said court in favor of Joseph Bochler.
C. EDGERTON, Special Master.
Febrnarv 2. 1H50 47-5
Attention.
ALL persons indebted to the undersigned, either by
note or account, are requested to call and pay the
same by the first of March next. Any one neglecting
this call may expect to uud their accounts in the hands
of the proper officers for collection.
DICKINSON & VAN DOREN.
Fremont, January 26, 185046:6
Administrator's Sale af Real Estate.
Court of common pleas, Sandusky county, state of Ohio.
Petition to sell Land.
Henry Bscfc, Administrator of )
A. G. Foster, deceased:
vs. 5
H-triet Foster and others. i
TN pursuance of an order of said court made in the
X "above entitled case. 1 shall otter for sale at auction on
Saturday, the 9th day of Fel ruary next, between the
hours of t-n o'clock A. M. and four o'clock P. M. at the
door of the court house of said county, in Fremont, the
lollowing described real estate, to wit:
The south-east quarter of the south-west quarter of
section number nine. 9 in township Dumber four,
range number sixteen, -16- containing thirty-seven two
one-httndredths -37 2 100- acres, subject to the dower
estate ot Harriet roster, apBigned therein, being in
Green Creek township, iu said Sandusky county. Ap
praised at -
Also The sooth -east quarter and the east half of the
south-west quarter of section number eleven, 1 1 in
township number seven, -7 range number fourteen.
-14-containing two hundred and forty 340 acres, be
ing ia Qttawa county, Qliio, appraised at two dollars
hltv cents -S2,dU- per acre.
Terms or Sale. One-third in cash, one-third in six
months and one-third in one year, with interest from day
or sale, to be secured by mortgage on Ihe premises. "
HENRY BECK,
Administrator of A. G. Foster, deceased.
Fremont, Jau'y 5. 185043:4
CHANCERY NOTICE. .
A. H. Ewing, ) Sanduskv Countv Court of Com-
VS. ' mon Pleas:
S. Russel&wtfe. S tN CHANCERY.
TJY virtue of a decretal order to me directed and issued
I 1 from the court of common nleas of Sanduskv coun
ty, Ohio, ) shall offer at public sale at the door of the Court
house in I r e m o n I , in said county, on the 9th
day of March next, A. D. 1859. between the hours of
ten o'clock A. M and four o'clock P. M. the following
landa and tenements, to witc In -Lot number 35, as des
ignated on the recorded platt of Ewing's addition to the
town of Lower Sandusky, in Sanduskv countv, Ohio.'
t ah-li as the propertv of H. Ilussel and wife, to satisfv
a decree in said court in favor of A. H. Ewing, against
the said Rus el & wife.
JOHN L. GREENEj
Special Master.
Jan. 2646:3
CHEAPER VET!!
Stoves! Stoves ! !
New Stove Store in Lower Sanduky!
THE SUBSCRIBER in just recpivinp at hit. Shopod
Main street, between Fre'd Vunddfrcock Store
aud Setting's Grocery, any quantity af Premium, Ma-
garahotair, Hat ha way a improved i en plate and Box
Stoves, and better thaaall, Wilhsona & Co.
KITCHEN WITCH!
Principle Patents in 1837, '38, '42, '47 & 49.
The praprietors ofthis Cooking Stove, with entire con
fidence, claim for it the merit of being the very best in the
world, either as to economy, convenience, or durability.
Call andexamine it, and Satisfy yourselves.
1 offer the above lot of stoves at a small advance above
cost, with every variety of Tin, Copper, and Sheet Iron
ware, and will furnish to order on reasonable terms, Eave
trough, Gutter and Condutcor Pipe, and all articles in my
line warented to be what I represent them.
farmers. Merchants aud others are invited to call be
fore purchasing elsewhere, as I am determined to make
at an object for them to do so. I will also pay a fair price
for all kinds of Merchantable Produce.
O Cash paid for any quantity of Sheep Pelt.
Oct. 13 31:6m O. H.-FUSSELMAN.
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate.
Court of common pleas, Sandusky county, state of Ohio
Petition to sell Land.
John L. Greene, Administratot of
James Stewart, dee'd, vs.
Mary Stewart and others.
IN pursuance of an order of the court of common pleas
of Sanduskv countv. I shall offer for sale at the door
of the court house in said county, on Saturday, the 9th
day of March next, betweeu the hours of 10 o'clock
A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M., the followieg described real
estate, subject to the dower estate of tha said Mary
Stewart, to wit.
A part of in-Iot 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 thirtv-one. as to make
one-fourth of an acre of land, that is to say, five rods
wide on vrayne street and eight rods back on Uarnson
atreet, so as to contain forty squaee rode more or less.
Terms of Sale. One-third cash iu 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.
JUHH Li. GKUN,
Administrator of James Stewart, dee'd.
Fremont, January 26, 185046:4
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate.
Court ef common pleas, Sandusky county, state of Ohio.
Petition to sell Land.
John L. Greene, Administrator of
John Kndler, deceased, vs.
Sally Kridler and others.
IN pursuance of. an order of said court made in the
above entitle. l case, I shall offer for sale at auction, on
Saturday, the 9th day 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 five -5 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 fcot of the rapids of the
Sandusky river, subject to the dower estate of Sally
Kridler,
Terms of Sate. One-third cash in hand, one-third in
one year and one-third in two years with interest from
day ot sale, to De secured ov mortgage on the premises
JUHIN Lf. GUttPit,
Administrator of John Kridler, dee'd
Fremont, January 96, 185046:4
Chancery JVotice.
LemuelG. Jones and ?
Rassilaa P. Jones, J Court of common pleaa,
. "j ,i Saodusxv county, O.
James P. Berry, el al J
DV virtue of a decretal order, issued out of the court of
XJ common pleaa of Sandusky county, and state of
Utiio, to me directed and delivered, 1 shall otter at public
sate at ine dnoroi tne conrt house, in fremoot,
in said county, on the 9th day of March next, between
the hours of ten o'cIock A M. and fear o'clacK 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 ea?, eontaining eighty acres
more or less. And the south half of the south-west quar
ter of the north-west quarter ol section number twenty
nine, (39) township number six (6) north, of range four
teen, containing twenty acres more or less, in SandusKy
county, Ohio.
Taxen as the property of James P. Berry, et al, to sat
isfy a decree in favor of Lemuel G Jones and Rassilaa P
Jones.
CHESTER EDGERTON,
Jan. 26 48:5 Special Master.
Chancery Notice
rredenckS. Shaefer,
vs.
Thomas Pinxerlon,
John Pinxerlon,
Samuel PinKerton,
George PinKerton,
Jacob Heberlin?,
Gabriel Reum&wife,&
Casper Smith and wife.
Court of common pleas,
SandusKy county O.
IN CHANCERY.
Tylt virtue ot a decretal order issued" out of the court bf
I J common pleas of SandusKy county, and state of
unio, 10 me airected and delivered, 1 shall otter at public
sale at the door of the court house in Fremont,
in said county on the 9th day of March next between
the hours of ten o'clock A M, aud four o'clock P M, the
following lands and tenements, to wit:
Being in-Iot number twenty-one, (2!) in Heberling's
addition to the town of Lower Sandusky, on the east side
of the Sandusky river, in SandusKy CountyOhio.
Taken as the property of Thomas Pinkerton, et al, to
satisfy a decree in favor of Frederics 8. Shaefer.
CHESTER EDGERTON,
Jan. 20 46:5 Special Master.
chancery Notice.
Court of common plea, Sandusky county, state of Onto.
Mary Neff, vs. Benjamin Naff".
BY virtue of a decretal order to me directed and issu
ed from the court of common pleaa of Sandusky
county, and slate of Ohio, t shall offer at public sale, at
the door of the court house, iu Fremont, in said county,
on the 9th day of March next, between the hours of ten
o'clock A. M. and four o'clock P. M., the followiug de
scribed lands and tenements, to wit:
The west part of the north part of factional section
number twenty-nine, -29- township number four, -4-range
number fifteen. 15 containing seventy-five -75-aCres
of land in Sandusky cdunty, Ohio.
Taken as the property of Benjamin Neff, to satisfy a
decree in suid court, in favor of Mary Neff.
C. EDGERTON, Special Master.
R'emont, January 2646:5
CHANCERY NOTICE.
Court common pleas, Sandusky county, state of Ohio.
Alexander H. Ewing'a Administrators, Vs.
Gabriel Frazier.
BY virtue of a decretal order to me directed and issu
ed from ihe court, of common pleas of Sandusky
couuty, Ohio, 1 shall offer at public Bale, at the door of
the court house in Fremont, in said county, on the 9th
day of March next, between the hours of ten o'clock A.
M and four o'clock P. M, the following lands and tene
ments, to wit:
In-lot number fortyi -40- as known and described on
Ewing's second addition to town plat of Lower Sandus
ky, in Sandusky County, Ohio.
Taken aa the property of Gabriel Frazier lo satisfy a
decree in said court in favor of Alezander H. Ewing's
Administrator, and against said Gabriel Frazier.
C. EDGERTON, Special Master.
Fremont, January 26 46:5 .
CHANCERY NOTICE.
Conrt common pleas, Sandusky county, State of Ohio.
Alexander H. Ewing )
Levi P. Dorrison, J
BY virtue bf a decretal order issued ont of the court
of common pleas of Sandusky county Ohio, to me
directed and deliveied, J shall offer at public sale, at the
door of the court house, in Fremont, on the
9th day of March next, between the hours prescribed
by law, the following described lands and tenements,
to wit':
In-lot number fifteen, as designated in the recorded
town plat bf Ewing's addition lo the town of Lower San
dusky, Sandusky county, Ohio.
1 axen as the propertv Cf Levi r. Dorrison, to satisfy
a decree in said conrt in favor of Aldxander H. Ewing
against the said Levi P. Dorrison.
JOHN L. (jKKEJNK,
Jan. 26 46 :5 Special Master.
CHANCER Y NO TlCE.
A. H. Ewing, ) Sandusky County court of Com
vs. mon Pleas.
Rtissel Dixon, et al IN CHANCERY.
BV virtue of a decretal orderissued out of the court of
Common Pleas, of Sandusky county, Ohio, to me di
rected and delivered, 1 shall offer at public sale, at the
door of Ihe Court House, in Fremont, on the
9th day 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 Ewing's addition
to the town plat of Lower Sandusky, to satisfy a decree
in said conrt in favor of Alexander H. Ewing s,nd a
erainst Solomon N. Russel, Shubal H. Russell and
William P. Dixon.
JOHN L. GREENE,
Jan. 26 46:5 Speciol Master.
FALL GINGHAMS. Beautiful styles at onlv one
shilling. Call and see them. Also, a splendid lot of
Delaines and winter Drera Goods, just received at
PrTtibosks.
CASH PAID
FOR LAND WARRANTS, at
HEAD QUARTERS.
Tire and JTIarine Insurance.
THE undersigned would call the attention of mer
chants aod others having property exposed to loss
by Fire or the perils of Navigation to the superior advan
tages offered by the
PROTECTION ISIRA( E COMPAJfT,
Of Hartford, Connecticut.
f. Rates of premium as low a those of any other
responsible office.
3. A speedy and satisfactory adjustment of losses by
the General Agent of the company for the Western and
Southern States.
3. Arbitration (of all differences which may arise)
by referees mutually chosen
4. Awards promptly paid in specie, bankable funds,
or exchange on New York, Baltimore, Charleston, New
Orleans, St. Louis, Louisville, Pittsburgh or Cincinnati,
at the option of the insured.
07 Pamphlets setting forth the mode and principles of
adjusting losses rates of premiums classification of
hazards, &c, fcc, &c, furnished to the customers of
the office free of charge.
For further information apply to the undersigned who
is fully authorized to insure dwellings, stores, hotels,
warehouses, mills, manufactories, barns, ots. , Sec.
Also Household furniture and goods, wares and
merchandize contained or stored therein, against loss or
damage by fire.
Also Dry good", 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 the
western country, against the hazards of inland transpor
tation. Also Shipments of goods, wares and merchandize,
per good vessel or vessels, between New Orleans and
other Gulf ports between all American ports and Eng
lish or European ports, or to any maratime port whatso
ever in the Atlantic waters, against the perils ot the seas.
R P. BUCKLAND. Agent,
Hart'ord Protection Insurance Co.
Fremont. Jan. 5, 1850 43:3m
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate.
Court ef common pleas, Sandusky county, elate of Ohio.
Petition to sell Land.
Ralph P. Buckland, Administrator of 1
John Myers, deceased: i
-s. i
Mary Myers and others. I
TN pursuance of an order of said court made in the
X above entitled case, 1 shall oner for sale at auction on
Saturday, the 9th day of February next, betweeu the
hoars of ten o'clock A. M. and four o'clock P. M. at the
door of the court house of said county, iu Fremont, the
following: described real estate,- to wit:
The undivided seven-ninths of the north-east quarter
of the south-west quarter and the east part of Ihe north
west qnarter of section nnmber twenty-eight, 28- in
township number four -4- north of range number fifteen,
-15- containing seventy-seven -77- acres more or lesa,
subject to the dower estate of Mary Myers, assigned
therein; being in Ballville township. Appraised at four
hundred eighteen dollurs -$418-. -
Tkbms or Sale. One-third cash in hand, one-third
in one year and one-third iu two years, with interest from
day of tale, to be secured bv mortgage oa the premises.
K P. BUCKLAND,
Administrator nf John Myers, deceased.
Fremont, Jan'y 5, 185043:4
Chancery IVotice.
Court common pleas, Sandutky county, State of Ohio.
BY virtue of a decretal order rendered by the court of
common pleas ef Sanduskv county, tn the state of
Ohio, at the October term, 1849 in the case of John M.
Font vs Peter G. Sharp and wife, and directed to me as
a Special Master Commissioner, I ahall offer for sale at
the dosr of the court house in the town of Fremont, in
saidcounty.on the 19th day of February, A. D-, 1850,
the followiug described real estate, lying in the townahip
of York, county of Sandusky and state ef Ohio, bounded
anc described as follows:
Beginning two chaiiit 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 decrees fifteen minutes west to the
centre of the Kilbourne road; thance along the centre of
sard Kilbourne road to the centre of the said Maumee
and Western Reserve Turnpike Road to the place of
beginning, being the same land conveyed to said r. G.
Sharp bv Thomas Bell by de?d dated Januarr 7, 1843.
" CHARLES KENT.
Jan'y 19, 1850 45:5 Special Master.
FIFTH INSTALLMENT
To &e Lower Sandusky P Road Stuck.
TbeSidckhOlsl en of the Lower Sandusky
Plank Road Company, are hereby notified that an
assessmenlof ten perceuUon theircapi'tal stock, is here
by called for, the same to be paid over to John R. Pease,
Treasurer of said Company, in Lower Sandusky, on or
before the I5th day of ebruary, Jt50.
JAMES JUSTICE, Prea'l.
L Q. R.AWSOV, Secy. Dec 2241
lAtery
Stable
rtlHE SUBSCRIBERS give notice to the citizens of
JL Fremont, and the public generally, that they have
formed a copartnership, and intend carrying on the above
business in all it branches and forma. They have made
large additions to their stock of
HORSES, CARRIAGES, CrGGlES, &f ic.
and are now orenared to accommodate all who mav favor
them with a-call. Horses and Carriages for parties or
funerals can be had at any moment. Covered and open
buggies for men Of business or pleasure on the shortest
notice. Riding horses of the best bottom, alwaja on hand,
and strict attention naid that all who call shall be accom
modated without delay. Teams for carrying passengers
or movers into any part of the country, always to be had.
Those wishing any thing iu Ihe above line will do well
to give us a trial, aa we feel confident they will be satis
fied, both as to teams and prices, the former warranted
to Carry passengers to their destination tn the shortest
possible time, and the latter to be aa reasonable as possi
ble. By strict attention to business, Ihey hope to merit
a liberal share or public patronage.
Stables ou Street, nearly Opposite F. 1. Nor
ton's foundry.
SMITH & WILLIAMSON.
Fremont, December 15th, 1849.
CfattrtCer y IVoticet
Alexander!!. Swing's Adm'r, Court common pleas,
vs. AitDbsxVcotnTt,oHio.
Benjamin Meeker and others. ) is chancer v.
BY virtue of a decretal order issued in the above en
titled cause, I shall offer for sale at vendue on the 9ih
day of March next, between the hours prescribed by
law, at the door of the court honse of said county, in
Fremont, the following described real estate, situate in
said connty, to wit:
In-lots number fiftyone and fifty-two aa described on
Ewing'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, in said county.
Taxen as the property of Benjamin Mercer end nth
ers to satisfy a decree of said court in favor of A. H. Ew
ing, and against Benjamin MeeKef and others.
C. EDGERTON,
Jan'y 19 45:5 . Special Master. '
Petition for Divorce
Court common pleas, Sanduskv rnnty, state of Ohio.
Charles A. Roush, vs. Adeline Roush.
XTOT1CE is herebv iriven to said Adeline Tt'oush
IX that on the Si4lh day of January. A . D.. 1850, said
Charles A. Ivoush filed in the clerk's office of the court
of comrcon pleae of Sandusky county, Ohio, his petition
settuig forth, that on the 7th day of March, A. D..1S42,
ie was lawluiiy married to ssid Aleime, and charging
her with willful absence from said Charles, since
the 27th of May, A. D. ,1846, and with gross 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 county.
Said Adeline, is also notified that said Charles wili lake
depositions in this case at the .cffice of Eq. Babcock,
a Justice of the Peace', in Akron, in the eountv of Sum
mit, andstat'e of' Ohio, on tha 23d, 94th and 25th days
bf February," A. ' D. 1S50, -respectively, between the
hears of 8. o'clock A. M. and 9 o'clock P. M,
CHARLES A. ROUSH,
B..J. Bartlelt. Attorney for Petitioner.
Fremont, Jan. 26, 1350 46-6
HELP ONE ANOTHER. ,
SUMMIT COCaTTY MVTVAIj
Fire Insurance Company!
t
AKRON, OHIO. ... -
THIS COMPANY will Insure ou terms as favorable
as any similar Institution.
It has been found upon a careful investigation, that the
expense of Insuring in a Mutual Company, doea not ex
ceed one-fourth that of a Stock Company. The princi
ple involved, renders it not only the mus' economical,
but Ihe most safe for those insured .
The strictest economy is observed in conducting the
businss of this company. The almost caution is exer
cised by the Board of Directors iu securing honest, judi
cious and faithful Ageuts,
: DIRECTORS. -
SIMON PERKINS,
JAMES R. FORD. ,.
E. VV. HOWARD,
G. J. ACKLEY. -J..M.
CUTLER, :
H. B.- SPELMAN, ;
WM. S. C. OTIS,
L. V. BIERCE,
N. FINCH.
SIMON PERKINd, President.
WM. H. DEWEY. Secretary. . - r. -
. JAMES MATHEWS, General Agent.
c. h. ai'dfiiiOCfi, "
AGENT FOR SANDUSKY COCNTT,.
IS ready to insure all discriptions of Buildings, Goods,
' Merchandize, dec, e., from loss by fire. '
OFFICE at the Drag Store. ' - ' ' " :.
Fremont, Saudueky county, Dec 1, 1849. 33.
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. . .
Court ef common pleas, Sandusky county, state of Ohio.
. Petition to ttll Land.
Ralph P. Buckland, Administrator of?
Charles L. Segur, deceased:
vs.
Harriet Seagur and others.
IN pursuance of an order ef said court, made in the
above entitled ease, I ahalt offer for sale at auction on
Saturday, the 9th day of February, next, between the
hours of ten o'clock. A. M. and four o'clock P. M., at
the door of the conrt house of said county, la Fremont,
the following described real estate to wit: -.
Th ttnHiviftMfl rtva.aisth nari nf ihm at half
north-west quarter of section Dumber two, -2 in town
ship number five, -5- in .range number thirteen, 13
containing eighty-six 86 acres more or less; appraised
at Three bundled thirty three dollars thirty-three cents, .
-$333,33-.. Also the undivided five-sixth part of tract
number one hundred one. 101 of Ihe Mamnaut mad
Western Reserve Road Landa containing one hundred
eighteen fifty-two one-hundredth -118 52-100- acre
land more or less, subject to the dower estate uf Catha
rine and Harriet Segur, appraised at Four hundred dol-
d.jtnv ...
Terms up Sx. Oue-third in hand, one-third iu six
months, and one-third in one year, with interest from tho"
day of sale, and deferred payments lo be secured by mort
gage on the premises. -.
It f. UU CALAIS D,- -
- tilmiiiMlMlnFiir. f. fiM
Fremont. Jan'v 5. 1850 43:4 . , .
Chancery tice. .
Sate of Ohio, Sandusky county court of common
pleas Jn chancery. ' - y
La Quinio Rawson,
- . vs. .
Joseph Meek.
Ttv ;, nf j..hi.i a ma J;- t j :
. . A ... w. .... V. ...... . .1 . U 1 . V k U II U In.
JD ed from tbe court of common pleas of Sauduskr
county Ohio, I shall offer at public Bale, at Ihe door of
the court house in Fremont, in said couuty, on
the 9th day of February next, between the hours of tea
o'clock A. M, and 4 o'cIock P. M. the the following
anna ana tenements, to wit:
The west half of the north-ea-t 'quarter of seetioa
number twenty-three, in township number five north ef
range number sixteen containing eighty acres of lead A
,nilaE raiintv. Ohin.
- Taxen as the property of - Joseph Meek, te satisfy a
decre in said court in fuvorof La Quinio Rawson, and
against the said Joseph Meek. - -
R P. BUCKLAND,
Jan. 5, 1850 -43:5 - Master in Chancery,.
03" Removal. Ilcmotal. CQ
De B E T T S,
BEGS leave to inform hia old customers and tha public
generally, that he has -av .. ...... t
Removed his Goods opposte to Gen. Belt's
Old Corner, in the Store formerly occupied iy
C. J. Petitionee ,
where he wilt keep on hand eonstantly.a full assortment ef
JEOry &oods,
HARD-WARE,
r.i.-
Boots and Shoes,
Sole and Upper Leather
Crockery and Glassware
Oils and Paints,
NAILS AND GLASS.
And a full assortment of
Iron, for iron ing Wagons.
In conclusion, he would say to all who wish to boy
Cheap Goods.
to call on him before purchasing elsewhere: as he has a
Large Room and plenty of Light,
so that you may not examine in the dark. He will be
Happy lo show you whether you buy or not :
All kinds of k0ittCe will be taken in exchange- for
Good; such as wheat) corn, oats, seeds,
btittei-i eggs, &e. , ; .-
Fremont, Jan'y 3, 185043
Xfttice.
WILLIAM BARKER, Alouzo Barker, Adelia Bsr
ker, John Barker James Barker and Harrison
Barker will take notice, that a petition was filed against
them on the 18th day of January, A. D. 1850. iu the
court of common pleas of Sandusky county, Ohio, by
Alanaoo Hamlin, Jr., and is now pending, wherein the
said Alanson Hamlin, Jr, demands partition of the fal
lowing real estate:
One hundred seres of land taken off fm the north
end of the north -east quarter of section number two. 3
in township nnmber four. -4 range number seventeen,
-17. Also Thirty-fine acres- of land more or leas,
described as follows; beginning at the south-east corner
of the tract above described, thence south seventeen
17 chains and seventy 70-links to a stake, thence
lnr.nlw OH .loin. mnA f t'nti- iKr.a l linirailM a.
slake, thence north seventeen -17- chains seventy 70
links lo a stake, thence eaet twenty 20- chaina fourteen
-14- links to the piece of beginning, in Sandusky county
and atote of Ohio, being the hometed of the late John
r t .-i -'A' ' . . - - i .-. -. ... .. .
That at the next term of said court, application wit fee
made hy the said Alanson Hamlin, Jr., for an order that
partition may be made of said premises.
ALANSON HAMLIN, Jr..
iv ,ogenon, nis Attorney.
January 18, 1850 46-6 , .
NOTICE. V 7 ;
IS hereby g'vn that application will be made to tha
court of common pleas of Sanduaky connty aud state ef
Ohio, for an order of redemption of the following describ
ed real estate, sold for taxes on Ihe 13th day ef January,
A. D. 1846, In Gerge DunSar, to wit: The west half of
the south-west quarter of section number thirty-fire,
township four, ranje fonrteen, containing eighty acres,
taxed at Ihe time of the sale, for taxes aforesaid in the
name of Michael McKenney, and sold for JilO 31.9. - .
EDWAKD McKbMiMii,
ELIZABETH McKENNEY,
Her R. P. Bnckland. their Attorney
Fremont, Jan'y 5, 1850 43r8
s
ALT, Sole Leather, &c, &c, plentv and cheap at
riTTiBori-e,

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