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Daily Sanduskian, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1850, Sandusky, Ohio PRINTED AND PUBLISHED AT SANDUSKY 15Y D. CAMPBELL VOLUME 3.] JUNE 20, 1850. 49. TERMS OF THE Payment after three C 00 after six C 50 after the expiration of tho 7 00 For six 3 00 three 1 50 one 50 All subscriptions for less than one to be paid in Dally Per of sixteen 50 cents for one in- and 10 for each subsequent Half and quarter at the same one with the privilege of changing at the pleasure of the per Od Sir Q 00 Throe 5 00 Longer by tho upon the most reasonable 1 THE subscribers are now prepared to furnish the trade with a superior article of in and also 50 packed i i in neat style for Orders from tho i accompanied with remittances to Messrs. ney who are sole agents for the sale of the promptly attended KING near the Cincinnati dusky S. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL And dealer in HE subscriber I lie extensive lhe home and try trade for He will keep constantly on hand every article ever found in establishments of the which for quality and price will compare with prices at the east or He it prepared to sell on the most reasonable Foreign Called Stone at THRASHING MACIf THE subscriber has made arrangements with Mr N. G. from N. for Iho of manufacturing THRASHING To which he respectfully call the attention of Farmers and That ho can offer you machines which for stylo of strength and durability of he thinks cannot be surpassed in this or any other Tho horse power and are of the Syracuse much improved in point of strength and The cleaner is the Townsend ent iu favor of which flattering might be lie has an entire new sot of patterns which sess many advantages over tho old some which he will Tho bull rim mado to take arms 21 inches in tho old JUST arrived from the City of at tho old stand of Ij Cincinnati C. A choice lot of 13LACK and GREEN i nil the articles usually in a Y and PROVISION lor low fui BURNET'S ready Juno 1, 1850. C. ones being but two which enables him ii to use larger bolts in bolting it to the ibo bevel j wheel arms are sufficiently strengthened to thorn against all the shafts m the entire j machine run in composition uill run much longer than ibo ordinary iion the nun of Sheep aio mado of cold blast Hanging Rock iron by one natural point uf s SHEEP SHE Having taken agency tony Sheep Skins for Gorton cV Black BUSINESS W. T. A. K. in Pry anil New Home Furnishing Na 11 Jth Ie or Country merchants would do well to his stock and for by purchasing of him a saving of much trouble and transportation can be as goods will be sold at and southern city Particular attention called to his stock of of quality and grade which will be bold bv the pipe or at the S. he in tho the limber is of iho best Mr. Olds having bad several years in building at confidently mentis his bines to the done at the j May 25, prepared at all times to pay j the highest cash for Saudusky is the most nil such WHOLESALE AND House Furnishing IN TEA BRONZED AND TIN AND WILLOW Hast ib ACT THE The of Country Merchants and Is i there is now a good cash market .to our assortment of KOUSE K Sandusky April 1850. C. C. A OK MK i is JL from the ol tho uf by Insurance Company New 1C very leather and iu cholera limes should 11 F. I 1819. J. C. DENTAL has IIIM to MARTIN ami ol and ami D. CAMPHELL in the Physicians and ji 1'HT, on J few one of placo he be and FOR iho sale of i DONNEL would inform the people uf Sandusky and all others in that they have opened a in new stone for the purpose of transacting business in Ibo above line at tuul They have now on hand a good assortment uf and and are daily receiving ad- supplies all of which will be sold on terms that cannot fail to give Merchants lo purchase their Spring smith's and all wanting any in our are requested to call and articles and prices as wo havn no but we can make it to their interest to trade with Mav 15th, been some timo in and si pared to upon his jaro now in Iho uf Juno 1 and from the success which has attended their tako pleasure bo isnow BE OUR DU. Tci Of ail to CONVERSE nt ami in ami for i 1, corner of R. MERCHANTS TRADERS OF THE WEST Thai they are able to ilicin inquired quantity of Domestic Brown of est and most durable and sit prices that shall it for their interest to our Our facilities for carrying on tho enable us confidently lo assort our ability to compete with eastern Our works are located a low miles from Sandusky upon beautiful and thai us a without a superior iu the western The raw material is landed at nur at no expense than at the cities of Lowell or Our machinery is of the newest and tnoss I approved and whole is under which children are of Mr. J. N. a known to the of New from whence bis services have been CITY July IX in i puny arc to pay Ibo 2d of Five of or before of and an additional in- of five per shuro every until the stock is paid By of G. none are so to them us they are seldom free from and as worms J. G. A. Attorneys ami Counsellors Solicitors in ry. in the oM Custom W. i end at fice in j FULTON FOUNDRY PLANING Corner of Fulton ami Water COLUMBUS INSURANCE CO. F. D. continues lo liy for tins he his 13 ieArs no tavo 810. imitate the symptoms s of almost other com- they often produce alarming without being Worms are not only a cause of disease but by their all oilier wandering from one part of the body to winding themselves up into and obstructing the and frequently the causing and too often But worms are not confined exclusively to for adults suffer as much and perhaps more from tho of ascarides or small white thread iban and very without the least suspicion of tho true cause of their For sale at GRAHAM'S Drug April 5, 1649. dtf and under instructions a of drilled operatives have been already that tha west can support its own and will maintain we re- present our upon the all mi lion of its citizens and request their that our interests ran bo mutually j Wo are prepared to nil ail orders wilh All orders or communications addressed lo the un- at Sandusky will receive prompt Tho PAINT ho subscriber lias bis 1'aint Shop to the stone building of Mr. on Jackson between Water and Market where ho is in readiness to do nil kinds of and paper in a. and by strict attention to ho hopes to a of patronage of the Dec. 7th, dtf IN OUR OWN cannot in or any iu thu tog n TIN SHOP C. has and id now ready to attend to professional CRAYNE'S JL very superior sale at GRAHAM'S Drug April dtf TUST received by the tf a lot of Principe and of which will be sold a lot of Star and Tallow by S. S. Jan. 20, 1849. dtf CANNON'S celebrated New Orleans Cholera Dr. Bird's Sulphur and Charcoal in tho form of constantly on It i- well for tho citizens to be prepared to meet this ble and have some preparation on hand at this critical in case of an Jt has not vet made its appearance among but is liable any moment So be For sale at July 2- GRAHAM'S Drug AND TT ATE at his oid stand on Way citizens of tin's city that he is now with j workmen and to manufacture to any description of AND In a manner which for style and will compare with the best in northern Ho secured the services of on experienced ker of SOLED which are ex- adapted to winter and which will bo warranted to be water proof Ho lias also an excellent stock of Philadelphia and French which will make excellent j Try and his Keep tbo foot dry and bid defiance to BERN HARD Sandusky Oct. 17, For 1850! SHOP THE subscriber has removed his Cabinet Shop to stone building on Jackson where can bo found at times a good assortment of articles in his line of custom done on short notice and at reasonable Ready made BENJAMIN Sandusky April 1850. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEIT test by April 1S50. Note Reporters Counterfeit Detectors always Kept on hand and for of tbo D. CAMPBELL CIGARS AND just from tho east with a anil well selected i lot of goods in bis lino which for quality and price j will recommend themselves to iho citizens of I city and surrounding j I In the of NUTS and FRUITS he been extremely to purchase iho I of this year's His raisins aro the only lot of I this year's growth in the and his fil- i pea Brazil arts of tbu latest j Ifo keeps on hand a very largo of the most approved and excellent 1 ties of cigars of tho most delightful and will fn our nv arc constantly every in at Our en is tn any tin shop the Our of Keep on our For- eign and our from ivu Jiro to sell nt lowest York or liTH for any in our line will moot with a J A ill 3 V 1 TT K S1 S. Porter's extensive Grocery Store has been removed to Caswell's Phenix where he is ready furnish his customers with every thing in the either to cat or at wonderfully Jow considering lhe quality of the The best way to find out is to and sec. Re- member the middle store of tho Phonix Wa- ter only three doors oast of the foot of bus July 17th, 1849 dtf AMD ION East of Graham's Drug WE have recieved from nn entirely now and well assorted stock of which you will find and tho best Rood Hamburgh and all other articles generally found in a store UN a call and yon will nnt bo THOMPSON 12. S Summer is and we are well satisfied that iho Gent's of City want just as good an article of Hat as the citizens of tho eastern wo have now the pleasure of informing them that they can find this article of at tho old sign of the Big Another lot of those Hungarian a ar- both bladi and i E. STAPLETON CO. WE on hand n large of BOOTS and which will be sold W. T. A. K. Lot on the south side of Washington the residence of Charles Rice and W. A. BURKE 15y P. Sandusky Feb. GREAT FANCY SILK WOOLLEN has re- moved to the corner of Columbus and Market ho is prepared lo execute nil ders in his lino of iu a mylo unsurpassed iu Iho Ladies and gentlemen are invited io call and soo samples of hiw and judge for R. Sandusky May CAS A NEW ARRIVAL OF NEW WE received ami ed to our of lamps a large lot of KANU so that our assortment is Among them can bo found Brass 2 light hanging lamps with Japanned 2 do do do do do I do do do do and Glass I do do do do do Brass 1 do Sido and Bracket Lamps with and without Brass Parlor Lamps with Glass Lamps with Cut glass with glass Cut and pressed glass with Marble Cut Pint Founts do do Alabaster and Acorn striped do do Gen. with glass and do do GAS at kept on and for sale cash only D. CAMPBELL Sandusky Feb. 1st, T T. has removed his office a few doors below tho Exchange over March 20. 1850. C A Oil uml Cut for sale low by Ai Muy I SUGARS and ME 75 and in fact will His fs tho most extensive in the and bo lias secured tho services of an experienced who in each branch of tho business defies He keeps constantly on hand a very largo stock all kinds of fruit and nut candies which ho will sell at wholesale or at low has mado ample preparations to supply balls and with evory de- scription of pound sponge or ginger and in fact every article in the cako on short and .it very In tho toy he has the most extensive lot toys of almost an endless variety ever offered in tin's child can bo suited whether male or for he has N. J. would call the attention of all who wish for any thing in hiti as ho is satisfied he can suit his customers either in the quantity or prices of his Remember that his stare is directly opposite the Euterpean the fourth door east of Columbus N. J. Sandusky Nov. 20th, dtf UM M K R 1 OK Two trains to Sandusky and ono to Columbus daily on and after April 1SJO. until further Passenger Trains will run as Leave East Front at 5J o'clock A. and 2.40 for Foster's Spring Yellow Springs and leave field at 4. 10 A. and 3 P. M. Passengers for Wheeling and intermediate should lake A. M with the train of Columbus and Xenia Railroad nt Tho iho Mad River Lake Erie road leave for at 11.40 A. M ami Passengers for Saratoga and New lalung A. M. train will sloop in dusky taking Iho 2.40 P. M. irain will proceed directly On Sunday but ono will bo Cincinnati at 2.40 P. mid Springfield at 4. 10 Faro Cincinnati to Xenia on Sandusky G 50 Columbus go new frame dwelling house just erected on tho cor- ner of and Jefferson The is commodious and con- venient and will bo leased for ono year wilh tho HUSH J SANDUfSKY CO. have just their new No. 1, and having secured the services of Brewer from 1'iU.slnfrph, fool confident that they can at all limes furnish city customers with as good mi article of Alo and is west of families supplied n article of bio Alo in drains and Yeast always on hand ami for sale C. S. CO. April 18, dif S. of u r V it r For ialo by C. S. HIGGINS A- CO For and through ply at the Ticket oil near Front IU t ho Company will not be responsible for gago exceeding 50 dollars in unless the same is returned to iho and paid at the rate of a for every 500 dollars in above that amount April 12, 185U. WHOLESALE Produce and siou No. 50 Walnut Morris Unse Cashier of iho New Cooper's mid a our own E own Praw ami Foot now in Kioto and A 5lh tt Jacks To i itii
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