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treasures spring to dayKght,--to gamer fiishy
wealth that nature has piled in waste on our coasts,
and bid a famished people eat eat to the full and
be merry, this is the glorious task, social and po
litical, which lies before the Democrats of Ireland.
It is their destiny to fulfill it Day after day opens
up tbe way. -1 hey have strength for the conquest
of half a universe, but they want union and fore
sight. Let them acquire these, and the path is ea
The Now Constitution.
. When the Whigs at Columbus were contending
' against the admission of Johnson to Broadwell's
legal seat in the Senate of Ohio, the Statesman
i was profuse of its full-faced heads, charging upon
them 'a conspiracy to defeat the new constitution !'
On Th,,rat,r a Kill nmvirl i rt rr fur thf? fnrmntirkn nf
' the new Constitution, was betore the House 01
Representatives. The proceedings say :
'Mr. Gaston moved that the . original bill and a
. mendments be indefinately postponed : upon which
- motion the ayes and noes were demanded, and the
motion was lost; ayes 29 noes, 37 as follows:
Ayes, Messrs. Bennet, Boggs, Breslin, Bull
T?nrt f"!rlhiirn. Dalzplt Drpaharh. Fe. Franks. Gas-
ton, Oilman, Given, Johnston, Keller, Lipps, Long,
Mustin Patton, Pugh, Roedter, Russel, Sheldon,
, Smith of Clermont, Taylor, Weyer, Whitely, Wil-
; son and Speaker 29.
Nous. Messrs. Ball of Muskingum, Burnett,
Garney, Chase, Clark, Copeland, Dodds, Ensign,
FairchildSf razer, Furnas, Green, Hammond, Haw
kins, Holcomb, Hutchins, Krum, Lutz: Manful!,
. McNeely, Patton, Pugsley, Reed, Riddle, Rogers,
Ross, Smith of Madison, Spelman, Sprogue, Thomp
son, Waite, Ward, Watt, Whijon, Will, Wood
ford, and Worley. 37.'
h We should like to see in the Statesman an analy
sis of the above vote. How many of its parly are
among the noes, except the poor cast-off Sprague?
And how many Whigs are among the ayes?
Springfield Republic
An old clergyman, preaching before some of
the American army at Corpus Christi, made use
-of these remarks:
" "Ten thousand dollars is a large sum to most of
us! yet what would it profit? You cannot carry
it out of the world. Then what would you do
with it. or you or youf" Pointing with an oratical
flourish at each repetition to different individuals
fcefore him. At length an old stager, well known
to the Corpus Christi army Judge II ys, could
VUM4U IIIIHMtl "V ' ' " -- " Q " J-
ed at him, and in the momentary pause succeed
ing the scrutinizing question, the Judge broke the
solemu silence by anawering in a loud, shrill tone,
Lay it out for mules '.' Shall I attempt, to por
tray the effect? The audience was convulsed.
A Rack. Mr. A. Degraff, the railroad contrac
tor, came down from Springfield yesterdav, and
from him we obtained what we here relate, He
said that at Morrow a green looking hoosier got
-upon the -cars, tied a large cur dog he had with
him to the iron stanchion of the hindmost car, ana
deliberately took his seat among the Indies. Away
-bounded the iron horse with his usual speed, to
the no email wonderment of the countryman, who
Tiad never ridden so fast before. Arriving at Fos
ter's Crossings he walked back to take a look at
-his favorite animal, and his surprise may be imag
ined when he found only the head of the dog at
tached to the rope with which he had fastened him.
After being peffectly satisfied that the "dog was
dead," he merely uttered, "Well, this is the only
jritter that could ever beat that dog running."
Cin. Enq.
. o
- A German Newspaper at Washington.
. A handsomely printed and ably conducted Whig
newspaper, in the German language, is now pub
lished at Washington, by Frederick Schmidt. It
Is called the Spectator of the Potomac. We ad
vise our Germon friends to send for this paper, if
4hey desire to get full and correct information of
The progrese ot svents at the .national uapital, in
their native language. The Spectator supports the
present administration. In it will be found the
. - . l r l I-
most important proceeuings in voiigress auu puu
Jie documents of special interest
Rochester Democrat
TT imv nn ppinar rliA nrirtrsiit of Mrs. Rillinorton
- - t o
aid to the artist (Sir Joshua Reynolds) in the
bearing of the songstress: "Oh, there is one error."
jWhat is that?" said the artist. You have pain
ted her listening to the angels; you should have
painted the angels listening to her.
For the Freeman.
An Emigrant's Address to tiis Mother,
ACCOMPANYING A MINIATURE OF HIMSELF.
This image of my mortal part.
May ease a while thy burdened heart,
' " And aid fond fancy that I'm home,
While far o'er foreign lands I roam.
The forrest Jons I've wanoVr'd thrcugh,
I've met the wood-man fatse and I roe;
But forrest drear, or prairie wide.
Can ne'er my thoughts from thee divide.
I've heard the Atlantic billows roar
On its eastern, and its western shore;
' ' And next, perhaps, my feet I'll lavo
' la the far-famed Pacific wave.
Bat whether on fair Scotia's shore,
Or where the Rocky Mountains soar;
Fond memory " still shall bring to view,
. Tba virtues I havelearn'd from you.
6 David Robertson.
Friwoht, Feb. 12, 1850.
The Fremont Literary Association,
WILL meet at H. E. Clark's School-room, Monday
evening next, at half past aix o'clock.
ORDER OF EXERCISES.
Social and General Conversation on the subject of
Novel Reading.
By order of the Executive Committee,
' - H. EVERETT, Secretary.
1 February 15lh, 1850.
A letter from Thames, Oxfordshire, England, dated
Sept. 20, 1846, says: "If you could inform me regard -
- ing an agency fur the Lith. Mixture, if I could obtain it,
Ac, i shoulr.be glad. We much admire the style in
which it is put up, and have been strongly convinced of
' its curative powers. It was tried herein a case of worms
in a child, and with perfoct success; a case of dropsy also
' was cared by it; some number of cases of eruptive dis
' eases tc. 1 could sell a large quantity, indeed my
' friends have offered me the money to forward for a few
dozen of the article, bat I know not vhere to address my
letter save through you." This was handed us by
" gentleman from CaHada, who forwarded a quantity of
Vaughn's medicine to England for a sick friend, such
is its character all over the world. Call on the Agencies
in this paper, under Great American Remedy, and get a
' pamphlet.
fTTOBACCO. A new lot of 'Cavendish, very nice, at
I one shilling, jnst openod. Call and take a 'chew
PXTTISOHX.
Fremont Price CurrentCorrected Weekly.
Wheat per bushef 8590'Cloverseed 3,75
Flour per bbl 4.50 Pork $8
Corn per bosh 32 Hams smoked per lb 5
Oats per bush 25jBeana per bu $1,25
Butter per lb .8PoUtoes per bu 25
Eggs per doz
Onions .
..50
Cheese per lb
'Apples, green .
..57a8"
Larp per lb 5 Dried apples, .$1,50
Salt per bbl 1,35
Beeswax per lb 20
Hides per lb 4a 8
Flax seed per bu 75
Tallow 10
Staves per M $10al5
Timothy seed l,25BlkW Lnmberper M .$8al2
2Uror.ttt0tnnt0,
White Wood Lumber,
o
F all kinds and clear stuff, forsale at.
O. H. FUSSELMAJN'S.
Feb. 9, 1850.
SELECT SCHOOL,
IN THE BASEMENT OF THE
Jti e tuo n ts T Cli Vil CJI.
BY J. ROBERTS,
Will re-commence Monday, February 11th, 1850.
Fremont, Feb. 2, 1850 36:3m
A. F. & F. VANDERCOOE,
MERCHANTS AND DEALERS
In all kinds of Produce !
AT the Old Stand formerly oecnpied by Dickinscn &
Van Doren.
Fremont, Sandusky county. Ohio. December 15, '43-
Chancery Notice.
Slate of Ohio, Sandusky county court of common
pleas In cnancery.
Thomas Ogle,
vs.
Michael Ernsperger and Phebe Ernsperger his wife,
Elia Ernsperger and Margaret Ernsperger his wile,
and George Puffenherger.
BY virtue of a decretel order to me directed and lean
ed from tie court of common pleas of Snudushy
county Ohio. I shall offer at public sale, at the door of
the court nonse in r r . id u i , u, .om . v
the 25th dav of March next, between the hours of ten
o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clorit P. M. the the following
lands and tenements, to wit:
The north-east quarter of section numner fonrteen, in
township number four north in range number fifteen con
taining one hundred and sixty acres of land more or less,
in Sandussy county, Ohio.
Taken as the propertv of Michael Ernsperger. Elias
Ernsperger and George Pnffenburger, to satisfy a decree
in favor of Thomas Ogle.
K P. BUCKLAND,
Feb. 16 49 :5 Master in Chancery.
Chancery Xoticc.
Sate of Ohio, Sanditshy county court of common
pleas In chancery.
Mutt P. Ewing and )
Edgar M. Gregary,
Administrators of)
Alexander H. Ewing, dee'd.
vs. I
David Swank. )
BY virtue of a decretal orderissned in thiscause, to me
directed and delivered I shall offer for sale at Vendue
on the 25th day of March next, between the hours pre
scribed hv Uw, at the door of the conrt house in said
county, in Fremont, the following described real estate,
to wit:
Tn .lit nnmli.? thirteen, as known and described on
Ewing's addition to the town plat of Lower Sandusky in
Sunriusky county Uhio.
TVn the nrnnertv of David Swank to satisfv a de
cree in said court in favor of Alexander H. Ewing's ad
ministrators, and ajrainstssid Swank.
CHESTER EDGEKTON,
Feb. 16 40:5 Special Master.
In Chancery.
Court common pleas, Sandusky co., state of Ohio,
John L. Greene Admi
ninistrator of )
seaaed,
Daniel Moore, deceased
vs.
Genrire Monre, f
John Hovafcnrrer,
Catharine Hoyaburger.
Sarah Moore, and others.
THE said George Moore, John Hsyshnrgcr Catna
rine Havabnrirer and Sarah Moore, will take notice
that said complainant has filed in the court of common
pirns of Sandusky county, Ohio, a petition agajnst them
and others, ine ennstance oi wnicn inai niu uinm
Moore died intestate: that Detitioner has been appoint
ed his administrator, that the personal property is insuffi
cient to pay the debts of said intestate, that he was seiz
ed in fee simple at tha time of his death of the following
lands and tenements situate in Sandusky county, Ohio,
to wit:
Lot number one hundred and ten as numbered on the
plat of the Manmee Road lands, in township nnmber five
range number thirteen, and in sections numbers one and
thirty-one, and hounded as follows, to wit:
TWinnintr at the south-went corner of a piece or land
sold to Jncnh Mease thence west along the Manmee and
Western Reserve Rojid to the south east corner of Nich
olas Newfer and William Gyer's land thence north
along the line to the north-east cornerof the said Newfer
and Gyer's, thence east along h line to John Moore's
land, thence south along said John Moore's land to the
piece of land sold to Mease, thence a sonth-westerly di
rect ion in ine piaco oi uegmumg, luumimiig di . w
acres, more or less.
The nraver of said petitioner is. that said petitioner
may be authorized to sell and convey said land to enable
h im to pay the debts of said intestate.
Administrator of Daniel Moore, dee'd.
Fremont, February 9, 1850 48-6
In Chancery.
Court common ple.-.s, Sandusky co., state of Ohio.
Shnbael H. Russell, Adininiatrator of )
Shubael Russell, deceased,
Horace A. Russell, and others. J
TH E said Horace N.Russell, will take notice that
j i : l r. i I : .. ,i . r
1 .Bill CUIIip'milHlll HBO IIIU III HIT! I.UIII, VI t,willll,uil
oleas of Sandoskv countv Ohio, a petition against him
and others the substance of which is, that Shubael Rus
sell, died intestate, that complainant has been appointed
by said court his administrator, that the estate of said
Shubael, deceased, is insolvent: that at hia death, said
intestate was veiled in fee simple of the folloWinp land
and tenements situate in the connty of Ottawa, state of
Ohio, to wit:
The north part of the south-east fractional quarter of
fractional section number twenty-four, in township nnm
ber six, north of range nlteen, containing seventy-three
acrrs and sixty-two one hundredths or an acre. Also,
twenty-two acres on the west part of the north part of
the south-west fractional quarter of fractional section
number nineteen, in fractional township number six,
north of range nnmber sixteen, which last piece of land
is 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-eieht rods,
thence south on a parallel with the section line to Big
Mud creek, thence west to the west line of said 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 of said intestate.
S. H. RUSSELL.
Administrator of Shubael Russell, dee'd
Fremont, February 9, 185048-6
CHANCERY NOTICE.
A. H. Ewing, ) Sandusky county court of Com-
vs. mon rieas.
Russel Dixon, et al ) IN CHANCERY.
BY virtue of a decretal order issued oat 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 Honse, in Fremont, pn the
9th day of March next, between the hoursprescribed by
law the following lands and tenements, to wit: In Lot
number 12 aa known and described in Ewing's addition
to the town plat of Lower Sandusky, to satisfy a decree
in said court in favor of Alexander H. twing and a
gainst Solomon N. Russel, Shubal H. Russell and
William P. Dixon.
JOHN L. GREENE.
Jan. Sfi 46:5 Bpeciol Master-
Partition Notice.
Court common pleas, Sandusky co., slate of Ohio.
George W, Carpener,
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 of February A. D. 1850, in the court of com
mon pleas of Sandusky connty and state of Ohio, by
George W Carpender, and is now pending wherein the
said Gerge W. Carpender demands partition of the fol
lowing described real estate, to wit:
The south-west quarter of the north-east quarter of
section number twenty-nine, 23 township numnrr nve
-5- north range number seventeen 1 7- containing forty
acres more or less. Also the south-west quarter of the
south-east quarter of section number twenty-nine, -29-same
township and range, containing forty acres more
or less, in which lands said Carpender claims title to
the nudivided three-fifths part. And at the next term
of said court application will be made by said Carpender
fur an order that partition be made of said premises.
it. r . fiutiwiiAni,
Attorney for Petitioner.
Fremont, February?, 1850 18-6
Administrator's Sale by order of the Court.
BT order of the court of common pleas of Sandusky
county, and state of Ohio, 1 shall offer for sale to
the hiahest bidder, on Saturday, the 23d dav of February
next, at Shrenk & Shrenk's -Grocery, in Fremont, the
following nnsettled Notes, Judgments and Aecoums re
maining in my hands, as Administrator of D. W. Ra
hawser dee'd, to wit:
Ira Bartholomew, thirty dollars;
H. C. Skinner, eight dollars;
Robert Smith, thirteen dollars:
David Swank ninety-five cents;
William Coffiin, two, lollars sixty-two cents;
Joseph Sherwood, six dollars ninety-two cts;
George Greiuer, ten dollars filty-six cents;
Nelson Rich, one dollar fifty cents:
John Burrows, oue dollar fifty centa;
Daniel Middleton, seventy-five cents;
Chst Gasser, nineteen cents;
Henry Fisher, sixty-three cents;
Jasper Dims, seventy cents;
Robert Lightcap, six dollars fifty-six cents;
John Cox, two dollars;
Jester Imes, two dollars thirty-eight cents;
' C. K. Waison, three dollars fifty cent;
Peter P. Fusselman, three dollats 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, 1850 47 3
Chancery IVotice.
Court of Common Pleas, Ottawa county. State of Ohio
Administrator of David Chambers, deceased, vs. )
Stanton H. Brown. (
BT virtue of a decretal order to me directed, and issu
ed from the court of common pleas, of Ottowa
county, and state of Ohio, I shall offer at public sale at
the door of the court house in Port Clinton, in said
countv, on the 4th day of March, A. D. 1850, be
tween the hours of teu o'clock A. M. and four o'clock
P. M. the following described lands and tenements,
to wit:
Lot number three, -3 in square nnmber thirty-six,
-36- twenty-nine and twenty-eight one hundredths feet
of the Mill lot and twenty and eighteen one-hundredths
feet of the balance of the same lot, and lot number four
-4- in square number thirty-six, -36- in the town of
Port Clinton, Ottawa county, Ohio.
Taken aa the property of Stanton H. Brown, 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, 185047-5
Cliancerv IVotice.
Court of common pleas, bandusky county, state of Ohio.
Joseph Uochler, vs. Catharine flew, etal.
BT virtue of a decretal order to me directed, and issu
ed out of the court of common pleas of Sandusky
county and state of Ohio, I shall offer at public sale
at the door of the court house in Fremont, in
said county, on the 9llt day of March next, between
thehoursot ten o clocK A. M. and four o'clockf. Al.
the following described lands and tenements, to wit:
The north half of tha 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 -40- acres more or less, in Sandusky
county Ohio.
1 aken as the property of Catharine New to satisfy a
decree iu said court in fvor of Joseph Bochler.
C. EDGERTON, Special Master.
February 2. If 50 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 niid their accounts in the hands
of the proper officers for collection.
lHCKJLNSOtf & VAU DOWS-iN.
Fremont, January 26, 1650 46:6
CHANCERY NOTICE.
A. H. Ewing, )i
vs.
S. Russel & wife. J
Sandusky County Court of Com
mon Pleas:
IN CHAN CERT.
BT virtue of a decretal order tome directed and issued
from the court of common pleas of Sandusky coun
ty, Ohio, I shall offer at public aale at the door of the court
house in tremont, in said connty, on the inn
day of March next, A. D. (850, between the hours of
ten o'clock A. M. and four o'clock P. M. the following
ands and tenements, to wit: ln-JLot number do, as des
gnated on the recorded plattof Ewing's addition to the
town of Lower Sandusky, in bandusky county, Uhio."
t aken as the property of b. Kussel and wife, to satisfv
a decree in said conrt in favor of A. H. Ewing, against
the said rlus'el dx. wile.
JOHN L, GREENE,
Special Master.
Jan. 26 4C:5
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate.
Court of common pleas, Sandusky county, state of Ohio
Petition to sell Land.
John L. Greene, Administrator of
Jmnes Stewart, dee'd, vs.
Mary Stewart and others.
IN pursuance of an 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 9lh
dav of March next, between the hours of 10 o'clock
A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M., the following 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-lot number ttne hundred and thirty-one, as to make
one-fourth of an acre of 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.
1 erms of Sale. Une-tlurd 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 oA the premises.
JUtl Jji liflttilt..
Administrator of James Stewart, dee'd.
Fremont. January 26. 185046:4
HELP ONE ANOTHER.
SUMMIT COUNTY MITT U All
Fire Insurance Company!
AKRON, OHIO.
THIS COM PANT will Insure on terms as favorable
as any sin.ilar institution.
It has been found upon a careful investigation, 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 the most economical,
but the most safe for those insured.
The strictest economy is observed in conducting tbe
businss of this company. The utmost caution is exer
cised by the Board of Directors in securing honest, judi
cious and faithful Agents.
DIRECTORS.
SIMON PERKINS,
JAMES R. FORD,
E. W. HOWARD,
G. J. ACKLET,
J. M. CUTLER,
H. B. SPELMAN.
YVM. S. C. OTIS,
L. V. BlERCE,
N. FINCH.
SIMON PERKINS, President.
WM. H. DEW ET. Secretary.
JAMES MATHEWS, General Agent.
C. B. M'CUIiLOCH,
AGENT FOR SANDUSKY COUNTY,
IS ready to insure all discriptions of Buildings, Goods,
Merchandize, dec., &c, from loss by fire.
OFFICE at tha Drug Store.
Fremont, Sandusky county, Dec. 1, 1849. 38.
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate.
Court sf common pleas, Sandusky county, state of Ohio.
Petition to sett Land.
John L. Greene, Administrator of
John Eridler, deceased, vs.
Sally Krtdler and others.
IN pursuance of an order of said court made in tha
above entitle . 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-lols 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 foot of the rapids of the
Sandusky 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 of sale, to be secured by mortgage on the premises
JOHN L. GREENE,
Administrator of John Kridler, dee'd.
Fremont, January 26, 1850 46:4
Chancery IVotice .
LemuelG. Jones and
Rassilas P. Jones, r-nnrt nf com i...
vs. ) a"A""""Z:Lr''
James P. Berry.et al $
BT virtue of a decretal order, issued out of the court of
common pleas of Sandusky county, and state of
Ohio, to me directed and delivered, 1 shall offer at public
aale at the door of the court house, in Fremont,
in said county, on the 9th day of March next, between
the hours often o'clock A M, and four o'clock P M, the
following lands and tenements, to wit:
Being the west half of the south-west ouarterof section
nnmber twenty-nine, (29) township number six, (6)
north of range fonrteen east, containing 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, (29) township number six (6) north, of range four
teen, containing twenty acres more or less, in Sandusky
countv, Ohio.
Taken as the property of James P. Berrv. et al. to sat
isfy a decree in favor of 'Lemuel G Jonea and Rassilas P
Jones.
CHESTER EDGERTON,
Jan. 2646:5 Special Master.
Chancery IVotice
Fredericks. Shaefer,
vs.
Thomaa Pinkerton,
John Pinxerton,
Court of common pleas,
Sandusxy county O.
IN CHANCERT.
Samuel Pinkerton,
George Pinicerton.
Jacob Heberling,
babriel Keum&wife,&
Casper Smith and wife.
I Y virtue of a decretal order issued out of the conrt of
I ) common pleas of Sandusxy county, and state of
unio, io me directed ana delivered, I shall otter at public
sole 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 tenements, to wit:
tteing in-lot number twentv-one. (211 in Heberlintr't
addition to the town of Lower Sandusky, on the east side
of the Sandusky river, in Sandusky county Ohio,
Taken as the property of Thomas Pinkerton, et al, to
satisfy a decree in favor of Frederick S. Shaefer.
CHESTER EDGERTON,
Jaa 2646:5 Special Master.
CHANCERY NOTICE.
Court of common pleas, Sandusky county, state of Ohio.
Mary JNefl, vs. Benjamin Neff.
BT virtue of a decretal order to me directed and issu
all from thm fonrt tt ttmmtn nl... .f Q..J..)..
county, and slate of Ohio, I shall offer st public sale, at
fhn Hnfir nf 1 lin nnti.l Vi n i o i fumn.l In :.
on the 9th day of March next, between tha hours of ten
l'clock A. M. and fnnr n'clnck P. YT the fnllnnrinir Jm-
scribed lands and tenements, to wit:
The west part of the north, part of factional section
... . ..: no . 1 i r - .
iiuiiiuc iitcuij -iiiuo , j luwiieiiip uuniDer mur, -i
range number fifteen, -15- containing seventy-five -75
AM., nf l.njt in Si.Jnil, .nnnh, fl V. '.r
Taken as the property of Benjamin Neff, to satisfy a
decree in said court, in favor of Mary Neff.
Ki. iLUiibKTUiN, Special Master.
Remont, January 26 16:5
CHANCERY NOTICE.
Court common pleas, Sandusky county, state of Ohio.
Alexander H. Ewing's Administrators, vs. )
Gabriel Frazier. J
BT virtue of a decretal order to me directed and issu
ed from the court of common pleas of Sandusky
county, Ohio, 1 shall offer at public sale, at the door of
the conrt house in Fiemont, 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 forty, -40 as known and described on
Ewing's second addition to town plat of Lower Sandus
ky, in Sandusky county, Ohio.
Taken as the property of Gabriel Frazier to satisfy a
decree in said court in favor of Alexander H. Ewing's
Administrator, and against said Gabriel Frazier.
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. Dorrison,
TIT virtue of a decretal order iasned out of the court
JJ of common pleas of Sandusky connty Ohio, to me
directed and delivered, 1 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 of Ewing's addition to the town of Lower San
dusky, Sandusky county, Ohio.
Taken as the property tf Levi P. DorrisOny to satisfy
a decree in said court in favor of Aldxander H. Ewing
against the said Levi P. Dorrison.
JOHN L. GREENE,
Jan. 2046:5 Special Master.
IVotice.
WILLIAM BARKER. Alonzo Barker, Adelia Bar
ker, John Barker James Barker and Harrison
Barker will tak e notice, that a petition waa filed against
them on the 18th day of January, A. D. 1850, iu ths
court of common pleas of Sandusky county, Ohio, by
Alanson Hamlin, Jr., and is now pending, wherein the
said Alanson Hamlin, Jr., demands partition of tbe fol
lowing real estate:
One hundred acres Of land taken off from tbe taorth
end of the north-east quarter of section number two, -2-in
township number four, 4-- range number seventeen,
17. Also -Thirty -fine acres of land more er less,
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
twenty 20 chains and twenty-three 23 links to a
stake, thence north seventeen -17- chains seventy -70-
links to a stake, thence east twenty -20- chains fourteen
14 links to the place of beginning, in Sandusky county
and stote of Uhio, being the homsted ot tha late Jonn
E. Barker, deceasee. And,
That at the next term of said court, application will be
made by the aaid Alanson Hamlin, Jr., for an order that
partition may be made of said premises.
ALAll nil ML, I in, jr..
By C. Edgerton, bis Attorney.
January 18, 185046-6
Petition lor Divorce.
Court common pleas, Sandusky connty, state of Ohio.
Charles A. Roush, vs. Adeline Roush.
XTOT1CE is hereby crlven to said Adeline Roush,
that on the 24th day of January, A. D., 1850, said
Charles A. Roush filed in the clerk's office of the court
of common pleae of Sandusky connty, Ohio, his petition
setting forth, that on the 7th 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 grose neglect of
duty during aaid time and hitherto, which petitioner
prays for a divorce from said Adeline, and for the cura
tory of their two children; which petition will bo heard
at the next term of said court for said county.
Said Adaliue is also notified that said Charles will take
depositions in this case at the effice of Esq. Babcock,
a Justice of the Peace, in Akron, in the county of Sum
mit, and state of Ohio, on the 23d, 24th and 25th days
of February, A. D. 1850, respectively, between the
hours of 8 o'ciock A. M. and 9 o'clock P. M.
CHARLES A. ROUSH.
B. J. Bartlett, Attorney for Petitioner.
Fremont, Jan. 26, 135046-6
Fire and Jtlariue Insurance.
1 1 lHE undersigned would call the attention of mer-
X chants and others having property exposed to loss
ay i ire or tne perils oi i avigauon to the superior advan
tages offered by the
PROTECTION ISIRI(E COMPANY,
Of Hartford, Connecticut.
1. Rates of premium as low as those of any other
responsible office.
2. 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 Tork, Baltimore, Charleston, New
Orleans, St. Louis, Louisville, Pittsburgh or Cincinnati,
at the option of the insured.
tt-T Pamphlets setting forth the mode and principles of
adjusting losses rates of premiums classification of
hazards, &.C., &c, &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, &s., &c.
Also Household furniture and goods, wares and
merchandize contained or stored therein, against loss or
damage by fire.
Also Dry goods, groceries, manufactured goods,
produce, household furniture, live stock, and every other
description of merchandize or personal property, ahipped
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 Gnlf 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 of the seas.
R P. BUCKLAND, Agent,
Harford Protection Insurance Co.
Fremont, Jan. 5, 1850 43:3m
Cnancery IVotice.
Court common pleas, Sandusky county, State of Ohio.
T)T virtue of a decretal order rendered by the court of
JJ common pleas of Ssndusky county, tn the state of
Uhio, at the October term, 1849 in the case or John M.
Font vs Peter G. Sharp and wife, and directed to me as
s Special Matter Commissioner, I shall offer for sale at
the doer of the court house in the town of Fremont, in
said county, on the 19th day of February, A. D., 1850,
the following described real estate, lying in the township
of Tork, county of Sandusky and state of Ohio, bounded
ane described as follows:
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 Kilbourne road; thence along the centre of
said Kilbourne road to the centre of the said Manmee
and Western Reserve Turnpike Road to the place of
beginning, being the same land conveyed to said r. G.
Sharp by Thomas Bell by deed dated January 7, 1843,
CHARLES KENT,
Jan'y 19, 1850 45:5 Special Master.
FIFTH INSTALLMENT,
To the Lower Sandusky P. Road Stock.
npbe StOCkhold era of the Lower Sandusky
t flank Koad company, are hereby notified that an
assessment of ten percent, on their capital stock, is here
by called for, thesame to be paid over to John R. Pease.
Treasurer of said Companv, in Lower Sandusky, on or
. v ., T -, j r r , mm
Deiore ine m aay oi r eoruarv, icju.
JAMES JUSTICE, Pret't.
La Q. Rawsow, Sec'y. Dec. 2241
Livery
Stable.
rpHE SUBSCRIBERS give notice to the citizens of
I t remont, and the public generally, that they have
formed a copartnership, and intend carrying on the above
business in all it branches and forma. 1 hey have made
large additions to their stock of
HORSES, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, &C,. ic
and are now prepared to accommodate all who may favor
them with a call. Horses and Carriages for parties or
funerals enn be had al any moment. Covered and open
buggies for men of business or pleasure, on the shortest
notice. Hiding horBes ol the best bottom, always on hand,
and strict attention paid that all who call shall be accom
modated without delay. Teams for carrying passengers
or movers into any part of the countryv always to be had.
Those wishing any thing in the above line, 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 tbe 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 & WILLIAMSON.
Fremont, December 15th, 1849.
Chancery JVotice
Alexander H. Ewing's Adm'r, ) Court common pleas,
VS. SsAWTJtJSKV COUHTT, OHIO
Benjamin Meeker and others. S in chahckrt.
T)T virtue of a decretal order issued in the above en -
JJ titled cause, I shall offer forsale at vendue on the 9lh
day of March next, between the honrs prescribed by
law, at tne door of the court nonse oi said county, in
Fremont, the following described real estate, situate io
said county, to wit:
In-lots number fifty-one and fifty-two as 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 bv Ewintr street, on the north by sn alley, on
the east by lands heretofore sold by contract to Riverius
Bidwell, in said county.
Taken as the property of Benjamin Meeser end oth
era to satisfy a decree of said court in favor of A. H. Ew
ing, and against Benjamiu Meexer and others-.
C. EDGERTON,
Jan'y 19 45:5 Special Master.
THE TIME HAS COME
WHEN COITUS A3VD COUGHS)
And Affections of the Lungs usually prevail
CONSUMPTION
AND those diseases leading to it, are storing folks in
tbe face owing to the sudden changes in the weath
er. And those whom the Aeue left half-dead, a bad
cotlgh will be almost sure to Carry off: Therefore,
LOOK HERE ! jgg
If von are troubled with a bad cough, or liable to take
sudden colds, make haste to try the
MSSr BALSAM OF DOARHO UND ! j&B
For it b the best cough medicine in use. It has cured
thousands. There is no mistake about it! It has never
been condemned as a NOSTRUM. Even the the
doctors dare not abase it, for it has saved multitudes from
an untimely grave. . .
Have gou got t Cough?
However bsd it may be Try the Balsam of Hoorhound.
SST Are you liable to sudden Colds !gj
Keep the Balsam of Hoarhoond constantly on hand, and
use it immediately-. Consumption is often the result of
neglected colds.
Have you a hacking cough, difficulty of breathing, pain
in the side, night sweats? Do not neglect the symptoms
of lung disease, for if attended to immediately, they may
be removed with one bottle of Balsam of Hoarhound.
DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS.
So dont neglect tbe remedy, but use it at the earliest op
portunity, some folks are always suspecting numDug,
humbug, humbug!! Butthereis no humbug about this.
The Balsam of Hoarhound is for Coughs, Colds, &c
aed it always relieves them immediately
Only 25 centitTry it.
C. R. McCULLOCH.
Fremont, Dee. 15, 1849 40:3m
T71ALL GINGHAMS. Beautiful styles at only oJie
J? shilling. Call and see them. Also, a splendid lot of
Delaines and winter Drers Goods, jnst received at
PsTTIBOiltS.
s
ALT, Sole Leather, &c, &c, plenty and cheap at
riTTTBOSI s.
BROADCLOTHS, Vestings and woolen Goods, very
VERT cheap. If you want snow suit call on
PrrriBOKS.
S2
COME IN, WE CALL YOU.
AEW FIRM, SEW GOODS, AIM)
I?
ROBERTS, HUBBARD & CO.
HAVING taken the old stand of John R. Pease, and
purchased the entire stock of Pease & Roberts,
are now having it replenished with the latest and mast
dssirable patterns of .
COOK, HALL, PARLOR, AIR-TIGHT,
SIXP LATE A ND: BOXSTO VES.
ever offered in this market, which will be sold at . .
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
to snit purchasers aod for which we will tak your
Hides, Skins, Rags, Bees-wax, Tallow, Sic, dec
OM stoves bought ami sold,
Or exchanged for NEW ONES.
Give us a call. Don't forget the place, Pease's Brick
Block, Sfo. 1; at the sign of tha Stove.
iLT Particulars week after next.
Sept. 29. 1849. 89
CHEAPER YET!!
Stores! Stoves !!
XewStove Store in IiOwer Sandnskyt
THE SUBSCRIBER is jnst receiving at his Shop on
Main street, between Fre'd Vanddereock's 8tora
and Sebring's Grocery, any quantity af Premium, Ma
garahot air, Hathaway's improved Ten plat and Bos
Stoves, and better thaa all, VV jlksons &, Co,
KITCHEN WITCH!
Frinciple Patents In 1837, '38, '42, '47 & 49.
The praprietors of this Cooking Stove, with entire con
fidence, claim for it the merit of being the very best in tha
world, either as to economy, convenience, or durability.
Call andexamine it, and satisfy yourselves.
I offer the above lot of stoves at a small advance above
cost, with every variety of Tin, Copper, and Sbeet Iron
ware, and will ruroish to order on reasonable terms, .svo
trough. Gutter and Conduteor Pipe, and all articles in mj
line warented to oe wnai i represent tnera. .-
Farmers, Merchants and 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. ' -
D" Cash paid for any quantity of Sheep Pelts, jj
Oct. 13 31:6m O. H. FUSSELMAN.
C3 Removal. Removal.
D. BETTS,
BEGS leave to inform his old customer and thagablia.
generally, that he has ' t
Removed his Goods opposte to Gen. BetTi
Old Corner, in the Store formerly occupied by
C. J. Pettibone:
where he will keep on hand Mnstsntly.afultassortmeataf '
JDry Woodsy
HARD-WARE,
Groceries, :
Roots and Shoes,
Sole and Upper Leather,
Crockery and Glassware,
Oils and Paints,
NAILS AND GLASS,
And a full assortment of
Iron, for ironing Wagons.
In conclusion, he would say to all who wish to bay
Cheap Goods,
to call on him before purchasing elsewhere: ss he has a
Large Room and plenty of Light, '
so that you may not examine in the dark. Ha will be
Happy to show you whether you buy or not.
All kinds of prodnce will be taken in exchange for
Goods; such a-wheat, corn, oats, seeds,
butter eggs, Are.
Fremont. Jau'y 5, 185043
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate.
Court of common pleas, Sandusky county, state of Ohio.
Petition to sell Land . fc
Ralph P. BuckUnd, Administrator of)
Charles L. Segur, deceased: i
vs. J
Harriet Seagur and others. '- )
IN pursuance of an order of said court, made in the
above entitled ease, I shall offer fur sale at auction on
Saturday, the 9th day of February, next, between the
hours nf ten o'clock. A. M. and four o'clock P. M., at
the door of the court hoaee of said county; in Fremont,
the following described real estate to wilt
The undivided five-sixth part of the east half of the
north-west quarter of section number two, 2-. in town
ship nnmber five, -5- in range number thirteen, -13-contaiuiug
eighty-six 86 acres more or less; appraised
at Three hundred thirty three dollars thirty-three cents.
-$333,33-. Also the undivided five-sixth part of tract
number one hundred one, ".lUI- ot the maumee and
Western Reserve Road land containing fine hundred
eighteen fifty-two oue-hundredth -IIS S3-190- acres
laud more or less, subject to the dewer estate of Catha
rine and Harriet Segur, appraised at Four hundred dol
lars $40U-.
Terms or Site One-third in hand, one-third in sis
months, and one-third in ode year, with interest from the
day of sale, and deferred payments to be secured by mort
gage on the premises.
K. f. i3UUJ4.LiAiiU,
Administrator of C. L. Segur, deceased.
Fremont. Jan'y 5, 185043:4
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate.
Court of common pleas, Sandusky county, state of Ohio,
Petition to sell Land.
Ralph P. Buckland, Administrator of )
John Myers, deceased: S
vs. )
Mary Myers and others. y '
IN pursuance of an order of said conrt made in the
above entitled case, I shall offer for sale at snction on
Saturday, the 9th day of February next, between the
honrs 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 nndivided seven-ninths of the north-east quarter
of the south-west quarter and the eset part of ths north
west quarter of section number twenty-eight, mSS in
township number four -4. north of range number fifteen.
-15- containing seventy-seven -77- acre more or less,
subject to the dower estate of Mary Myers, assigned
therein; being in Ballville township. Appraised at four
hnniTAil Aiffhtpen dollars $41cV
Terms or Sjit,x. One-thitd cash in hand, one-third
in one year and one.third in two years, with interest from
day of sale, to be woored by mortgage on the premises.
' H. P. BUCKLAND,
Administrator nf John Myers, deceased,
Fremont, Jan'y 5, 185043:4

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