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   Sandusky Clarion, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1843, Sandusky, Ohio                               Vol. EDITED, PRINTED, AND PUBLISHED, AT SANDUSKV, ERIE COUNTY, OHIO, BY UAVJD CAMPBELL SONS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER Terms. Abb- to yearly AGENTS. The following gentlemen have to agents for thin 8. hipl'y j Esq. Monrueville, act I IUCH A. CAMPBELL, Steubcn. I SIKPIIEN Lvme, J i COOKE, P. M. Four Corners. E, ,e cejB.v SAMUM. D. SMITH, Verm.l hon. RICHARD Pltl-BIK, CllltfiellJ, 1 to JOHN CAKFY, Tyfinoclietee, S t. ROBINSOS, Bloom, SAMLH. MniiR. AUIC.I MORRISON McMiLi Uilead. B. LOCKMOOU. Seneca county S Wood   Goods Orocei i i u nf ii. anil al I mfo'or niecUered Store, ky Oil y, and at Bucyrtt', Ohio. ________ "w7. T.i A. K. WEST, in Staple nml I'tuicv C.oo U, Looking mill (jroii-nes, W uei stuet, Merchant Tallin. KNEEN fc KNEALE, Tailori, Tor Scull and Wil- son's MoTilhlv Watrr art) prepared to execute all o m their hoe in a manner not to surpassed in the western country. WALTER fc HARRIS, nuke clothing tr> order in llie j neatest null A good fit m "II ouse'j warranted. Call and see Opposite the checkered Store, on Wulfr street C1AIUIS for Sale. The ber wishes to dispose of either or all of the following described Farms: BO called, situated one and a half rnlea from Monrwvillr. onthe Beilevue road. There is ot this farm 100 acres in quantity; of which jaro under fence, and filly under cultivation. F. J. MOTRY, Merchant Tailor, anil Miuinf iciiuer of nml Clotl- opposite tin: Portluiul House, Waler t.t JACOB ROHRBACHER, Tailor nnd Cutter, Water Street, silt Hubbard Co's Store. Garments, warrauteil to fn. City Foundry. MOSSES, RING k ARMSTRONG. ror and Brnp-- nml Steuin luiil, Rireet. Mill rjeenne and all other Machine- r> Manulactured at bliort nottce. JOHN N. SLOANE, for Miituil Com- pany, Mayors' Office, Saniluskv Cilv. EARL BILL, Justice of llie IViiri" fur Portl mil nml Com- missioner of ItunkMipts for Krit- foumv OITicc on The "Cooke situated on thewst side of the Columbus and Sandusky turnpike, at the turnpike gate, in the township of Read, Seneca county. It contains in quantity, 230 acres; of which 100 are under improvement: and there is a thrifty young Orchard, and sever- al bmldingeeree'ed on it. Also, one Lot of 80 acres of land; on which there is an improvement of about twenty acres and a log Louse. It is situated on the road seadmg from Beilevue to Attica, in the tow R- bhip of Read, and county of Seneca, and is the lame that bought by J. K. Campbell of one limes Also, one Farm containing1 in quantity, 160 acres, situated in the township of Thompson m Seneca county, about midway between the rail-road and turnpike; known in the neighbor- hood as the Case Farm." There it. on this an Orchard just beginning to bear, and a comfort- able log house. It has about thirty -five or forty acres of improvement. These Farms are for bale on reasona- ble teimt, ns to price nnd credit. The titles will be made indisputable. Inquire of the sub- or of Bruno Silva, Monroeville; or BLANKS. The foltowiMK Blanks may be bad at the Sandusky Book-Store, rit: Warranty, Quit-claim and Mortgage Deeds; Declarations and Cognovits; i Sales; i Summons, Capias, Subpoena, and Execution; Scue Facias aud Vend it ion i Exponaei: Bond and Affidavit under the law abul imprisonment for debt; State Warrant -md Affidavit fordo.; Bubptenafor witness in criii'ina! case; Recognizance for do. do.; Recognizance for the part) accused; MittimuB. It Whole KM7.ABRTH, "run ofil Rum-ii, I ntliuin A y nm, Prince at Sew Yurk I madr by inn i C'oiiiin, amJ liave lull kit'iwlcdic of her flUATI F I'LKUY. Ailfrrniiu IWili Ward of the city  i 6 l.v Huron for! thu rciinna aid pp.ni t.' euro of tiii (mi i an r; pure ito ol tlit. continues the ulnou, 01 Im'in. ul tl.p CLOCK THE fetill I above business in Snndiiskt City, a few doorn west s" V' tl U t IF 4 1I tin.t'ii- lupnon-t, rminlt or MI or M. 01 I i til I It i 1, I nl u 1 p i in ol the 15 uiifl J nut- n MI ll i ttlii it i "-x i i. tlie bteamb' at Hotel; and from his long experience in all branches of the to perform work in a manner nut HUBBARD b CO., Dealers 111 IVy Goi.drt, kniill'uV IWuu Water bin el. WM. A. SIMPSON, anil Ketail in t-liipln Ui.i.iU, Giou lie-, I'loviMun-s "-hip Ch .iiillnv flint "I" folllllllllls Avi-llllP Pealtrs HOLLISTKR b BOALT, in Urv Goods. oo-ri-. i Waif-r Mn-et Slioet. WM. BENSCI10TER, .c-i-ei il Di- >U r in ''nn. v v lunl rcadv Clothing. Wuler mreet, op- pnsilc'll __________________ GKO. B. SMITIf, in Him k. __ JAB. K. LOCKWOOD, 'V 1'iiiiiti Oil-i NViii'liiw old iiuiulof G R M.irton, WM. S. KING, Kriu.l IK-.In m U r, MI leather in all ot ..I it.om- ,sl ul HllllllT.V JOHN J. sciiorn, mid ul i und Sin I-. _________ street, ono w nml (ippo-iite the Post i of lln- I'otlland Hou'e, CHAS. RICE, !.in anil Wagon ni ikinsr "nil Rep I'oiHC-ShoPtns anil oilier Smilli work, done on llie hliorlc-.t nolic'-, ut ID.V neai iliu Cpisuipul Chun h. MILLER MARSHALL, HoUotupd and Pnpt-r llung- iiip, Hum ink i-tii'et. JAMKSB. GRIFFITH, Ftit-liionalile Hoot At ishofinukcr. Wuter siniei, Sun dii-Uv, on huml. anil niunnliicliiic to onli i, L'l- dit-H' Gentleineu'b Boots and Shoe-i, of everv viiricty. to oe surpassed in the country. GOLD AND SILVER PLATING. j He 18 also prep.irrd to plate, with Cold or II 1 III II ll U U mi ml i hi i u i >l Mf i in v i Stephen Rwstell or Lemuel Morse, of Lvme. 40 J.K. CAMPBELL. P Albert's Pen, for bale at the SANDUSKY BOOKSTORE. pill IrllCt in lilt Inn i i u il ul i in i i )i l 1' l u 'I I i. n in Mi 1 i t it iti in i i in i i i v A l: -IM -I- ii I I i i ,1   l> I I i I'.i J ,1, r i 11 i, M i N i n" 11' i i GALVANISM. s in i> Plating can be put on of any tinckne.e, and ,li, m I r i. to last for any required length of time, a TO THE I'I Silver, miy articles that may be doMied, h ae Watches, Pencils, Rings splendid ttyle, by the newly and beautiful application of I. WiT'i-y A. v-tert 'dot atid Clnircli l'0almody, ;SKV BOOKSTORE. ari-ital. received, l i "'ii-nnent of Artificial Porce- 111 'i 1 T.eKi, by J. K. LOCKWOOD, 2t, 18 J? 11 of I.f-ATH- ihe checkered store, by CONVEUSK. 54 Jmt received by the _. riiirr, ry moderate expense. e will also tell the faccrct to any one JAMBS WRIGHT, l.neiv Stuble, MmUi-l slir.l Horses un I to t J. II. BALLARD, ulmii'l nn'l Clnur Ilooni-s, corner of 'M.nkcl bin 11, iinl Columbus PHINKAS MOOKRS, (xhinr iniUci huii .ni'l Oiiiila" I'unilcr mul ll'i Uanl'.of .5an lusUv, uliinibiis AM inn. I NSfJRANCE atfuiml by Columbus liibiiranop Company. PARISH Agents. SandiiHky City, O., July, lii U. 1 CLARION 12T Heeds. A supply of best French Clarionet Reedd just re- ceived at the SANDUSKY BOOK STORE. F it MEDICINES. The undei- d having late'y purchased in Philadelphia a pencral of first qnaJity medicines now of- fers them for bale to families in tins city, and the ailjiicent country, very (conbidering for Store on Wa- tei street, one door west of Columbus Avenue, mid opposite Simpson Johnson's. All com- will be bupermtcnded by my 1 UK im I I m u li Hi Ml it J, r I llli 11 i il 1 Ilii11 jnr i ii i' ni-l i iili n i i' i n l i i i I i n ni n I vi nil i i 11 u 11. in I 11 -u t in ii j i il J. DEWKY. a 11 _ i u 1 n ol I iiil I I III I III II I i_ i H I 1" ji i t ill -Unit II ill I ri tin i uvi 11 i' iiil l'i JI tttt nlv M in llll H mill I -in 1 lllln u l fcitfii A. I'a i tit- ,u ,i i i i, i. m. i l 11 i. 11 having just com- pntm. m 11 pun i.iKn .'i who ma) wibhto understand it. Sandusky, June 30, 111 mil 1 11 i i ulli wluise lonjf experience will be a sufficient uiily to tho public, of then bufety and efficacy. Ii. J. Jennings will coiibt-intl} attrnd to up prchcriptions and orders. As soon blc a number ot compositions will be added to the prcbcnt stock. A ol Die public patronage is solicited. Respectfully, D. TILDEN, Ju. Sandusky, 1, 1C43. 8 the butiincsb of IIoii.so, Sipn and Car- riage Pamtinw, Gra'inng, m all itb branch- es, would invite the attention   will be sncli uts to isfuction. Having had 18 years' in I the above he flatters liim-clf that IK Will be able to plenso and witifl) all who may Intn a. mil. Me uill ulno do ull Kinilrf ol on bhort notice. Shop over J. II. Hal lard's cubinct bliop, and oppooite tho Bank ol Sundusky, corner ofColtiinbui-Avenur- and Mar kn U I I (if llli llll I III 'I ill III III III ill I lull l illlllhli in I H i in I in l i in n I lln.ni li lli i i n nii-li i I'll .in i_ i in ni kniilli i i I n n i linniiti S3ai OH, i ich in- ntVri 1 it thii 1 we-it [inrt- for I n i! all im'-i o1 .n.i' rr. <'i li ml I i Wht it, (JI' 'i ji'j Timothy l'i i i' i d nn1.i iiandii-f toi f .11 I .111 C I! tilt ilj.Vf -f It. lli Si i i i f'o Olnn, M iv f', ttored, 50 I iiv ul lln ii i nni i I i in ir i i i li I i 'I u I i I pi id. IMIII, ol I'll [in l li ii' lii IIH I I [I ill ill ll ol I'lll I ll VI "I ''I' i in t ul I n i mul i I iih j'uyv I r. ilt ni i- i nun u i i i'ili pi i li il In iili i li f I" i n I lii un i ni I I i n inn i u 1 i itiuti, tin .It in in ut l'i i i n n i i i I ti n t n I ul lln I M lr 11 nt l i S i n I i x i kct blrect. IMHNHAS D u i tl nn I i 1 HI ill ill in I" l l I Ij-i-, 1 -U1 I till In illllV II II I I I STATIOMMY, of -k K li .1 ['K t I'oi Letter I I 1' r, Sr li'iul and S. U a few Let- I'.'i l'i i I t mi l j r 1 Mnt- ii 'I l' iu..... iillli.T ,nii-.t i .In li vt l h i li-i in i i i n. I In i p n 11! i i i 11111 i n' iJ v n 11 i iii i II i nml iinl-i, t> in l Inl 11 pi I, i i H ill nl -i npli (il lln i I i i 'i JIM til, nil r Ilii I ih i n I, i li, I I in., ii- I n i I i i i iii i In i iJ, In li i n i i i i till III III I It I H llll 111 I III III 1 I I I (I II I I I ll I I ill 11 111 11 I l I kn M ll {lull ,11 ll I ll I ll I II III ill, 1" II II' H I luln IIIIIH Is nun M i uc fforchouti'l i i rs r, j M -i ii n ih >i "S ml k, v I H VM II 1 I Mill! III lllll t i i I Ih l III I S.I! I ll I t_ Sin nslvv City, i r in 'u-ky. Mn in, I ,1 5 I) i all h I ll IM llll ill 'H-, III ill' I' I him I i -4 I   o5d stand, in lie Stone Uuilding-, opposite the Bank of San- lusky, wliere he ready at all tunes to attend to those who may favoi him with a call. He will assure his friends that his is made of he best materials, and hy the best workmen, that he is prepared to warrant tiny article that lie sells. As it regards price, he will say, that lie is not to be undersold by any shop in the state. JOHN H. BALLARD. Sandusky City, Jan. 26th, 1843. 33 BOOKS. Patriotic-, Naval, Comic, Fashionable and Ne-  okb, from OJ to 75 at tlic SVNDUSKY BOOKSTORE. CA 1.1 C O K S. A lot of Calicoes, ]Ubi received, ot the latest styles and patterns, lower than ever. Prices from 4 to 31 cents per WESTS' Emporium. June 3, 1813.' 51 independent of tr.nlpMnen, storo-lioepiTf, nntl mertliantf, for l he ciiro ot ColiK, Coujjli--, Cun- Mirnptions, and all pnlmon irv mil-. m .la SnldbyJ. K. LOCKWOOD, tl..... M An-enc for Me-srs. J. Pnisc k Sons, 1 DAI-. I" lonstieel, New York City. "N Sept. i.J, Hard lion, Na.lji, Oils and StuRff, at wlmleai-le and rttml, ,u the clieckered by c. it. c June 10, 1843. '.il iln m iln I iii !'i liii n iii I h I i i I I T IMSURAHCE. 1IC undersigned is prepared to take rinks on property shipped to any port MUSIC. Dempster's Beauties of Vocal Melody, Cramer's Instructions for the Piano Forte, Preceptors for the Flute, Vio- lin, and Accordion, complete sets of Bass Viol, Guitar, and Violin of the best quality, for sale at the Sandueky Book Store. Apr.l 7th, 1843. GOODS. The subscribers are now receiving, and opening for sale, at the old stand of HOLLISTKR Co., (lately occupied by C. H. a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Iron, Nails, ilass, Ste., which may be had at low prices, for and most kinds of Country Produce. HOLLISTER b BOALT. May 22, 1841. 33 STEAM-BOAT HOTEL, By Chailea Uncle, corner of Woyne and Water streets. and C. D. TOWNSEND. I'hyHicmn mxl at ihe Inw office ol George Relicr, corner of Wayne nml W.iler slreeW- WM. P. THOMPSON, Surgeon Dentwt, n permiuentlv loontcil in ihis Room at Mr. LcfllurV, Slreet. on Lake Erie, or to the upper and lower at customiry rates. JNO. M. BOALT, Agt. for Bnft'dlo Fire Marine Insurance Co. May 2fi, 1843. 50 1 liavc all from to botli i'ltthbui-jli Jinl Mich- I will sell lower thin can bi bou rhl elaewlifre, and iriant it sound. J. K. LOCK WOOD. Flour anil Whiskey, for sale, by January, 1841. aj I l il i, i I i l in I, l n -I, iii i W I- llll   tu i i i ,-L in tl i i 1 i' i tl i i, ,i', -i i i l l i m a l ir i in i it ir.K'' of l 'l I i 1 If i tdtrtL t- t r T'.I i i v i i I 'i i ifi I I li i I l I i in I 'In I i t i LII- n U 1 m I lln I I 1 I I V tl e 1 i l He-- r j; tin i i iff iv i i h nti nl i 11 i t r i 1 i> v t ic ja L I or ti is i Iiv, iv i i i [r i u- I 1 LVrr I BOOK-BINDING. T estates of deceased persons, with Practici! Foims, Etc., bv Joseph R. Swan. Also, a new edition of Swan's Treati.e, just received at the SANDUSKY BOOKSTORE. A LAIlOEi and extensive assort- ment of BOOTS Hf SHOES, lor sale at the checkered store, by C. k H. CONVERSE. June 10, 1843. Tin, Sheet-Iron and Copper LEONARD B. JOHNSON, ami Retail Dealer in Stoves. Stove Pipe, Tin Slu-el Iron, anil Copper Ware, Wulfir est prices, just received at 1 TEAS and Old Hyson, Young soii, Black, Imperial and Gun- powder Teas; Java, Rio, La- gnira nnd St. Domingo Coflee, of the beat quality, and cheap- it 13 Subscri- bers still conl.nue the above business, in the old Portland House, and having lately employed 8 first-rate workman from Philadelphia, are prepa- red to execute all orders for binding with prompt- ness. A general ossort- _ ___ _ ____ nient of Blank books, of the best quality and workmanship, will be kept constantly on hand. Blank Records, Ledgers, Journals, ruled and bound to order, of any aize or pattein. Magazines, pamphlets, kc. bound also in any style required; and Old Rec- ords, or printed books will likewise be neally and substantially rebound. D. CAMPBELL fa, SONS. Sandudky, Sept. 3d, 11! 43. A i ,i 11 i 111 iii I r. illl 113 l ill IK III I I ill H I I C U_ ll I M Iv llll I 'I I lull u v ul n r 11 iliulii 1.. c-n i ml. n 'ii, Ii i 11 1 i V u i l v I i vv I i 11 I 1 III I UOi PKAYUR----------- ._ sorlr.ient ot the Proteitdiit Episcopal Church Prayer Books, for sale at the SANDUSKY BOOKSTORE. W the ALK. About cop- ies of thu excellent work tors.ileiit SANDUSkY BOOKSTOlllu. ti i 1 ut i luii 1 iln- ir (ir I i 1 it in Jili-, i 1 ll I m I i I jn.r-ii >t I. l i I n r- I i c t i in j inn nit n i v i pi mini i- I i gi i' it Ui l _'f I" -tc i it i I i in H (iKtne n n vnu Ih' U v' ,1 I 11 t 1 i- l 11 tin- article, lAliich is i cL to Spei'n, and much J. K. LOCKWOOD. 523 r LI FARM FOR SALE. A GOOD FAKUI, containing acres of land, lying on the road leading from Sandueky City to Mansfield, three mile.s from the former pluce. Tnere is under imorove- menl 100 acres, and about 120 acres undei a fence. It has a young and excellent bearing orchnrd, two wells of good water, itnd is >u pi i-f 11 tf, i i (in i- ii i- rr-lnrne 1 I LI I r. li 'i !l lormid, .ml I oui. i i ic Irll wii'nn I nn act will I luvi- n i v im It' i i .r i ill i l iimnllH, .un! un liV. a iliffi-rPi.I In m-' 'I'h. in.i Wit- l i 'lie tun-fid itfJ In n't-I i timu'' set ntfil i-il I. 1 Iv 1 ill IK I uf I.IV IIIVII Ul.tMllh t I, III" imiv js n rln! i- t a iv p nn I ol nv h l i lit .nil, 1) Her 111 in M li i- n. nT v, i- t-' vh.l 1 i 1 ur lor Cdsli. B I3ARNCY. Inne If, 10. Vork Plaster, aoo barrels New York PLisrer, c'tpap by ,11 I- ll tv it it, fun i-" I m ninl li ive i'lii in v i n1 III V I jariiig I. c.igtviM, up i. I 1 well "fl" 1'1'1 ll" "l-1' v 4 in.lsonleoto.ili inii.vnii ji.i.i.l' Sh ll' ,11 ...eicics. h- n I. av. as H i 1.1. i i n rniy n tve WASHINGTON DEWEY, Mamifacturer of Copper, I'm, end Slice) Iron Wnrr, neuter in Stoves, opposite llol- lulcr Bonll's Store. WKSTS EMPORIUM. Sandusky, June 15th, 1843. FOR Sale, cheap for a large assortment of Cabinet Furniture; among the articled on hand may be found: Book-Cases, Tables, of every description, Dressing, nnd Common Bureaus, Dressing Ca- ses, and I.ight Stands; also, High Post, Field, French, Cot, Trundle nnd Common Bedsteads. JOHN H. BALLARD. Sandusky City, Jan 26, 1843. NEW GOODS. WE have actually been to New York, and have purchased Goods, but mostly on therefore sell less than cost, as moat merchants do because they buy "for desirous of selling our GOODS at ouch prices aa that we can pay for them al the rate of one hundred cents on the dollar. Whether our Goods will prove to be as cheap' as Gooda east of the Atlantic cities, or, cheaper" than any and all Gooda in this Market, or the of any ever offered beyond the couldn't exactly say. IMcase call and try the on, and if they don't suit, exchange. J. T. MOSS Si CO. N. B. Our Kmporiumi" have not yet ar- rived, Sandusky, 1843. Itf PORTFOLIOS quali" for sale cheap at the SANDUSKY BOOKSTORE. puivi il o i wateied by a living stream rtinmnjr throu This farm will be sold low, for prompt pay, as the owner purposes leaving thp country. For lurther particulars, persons wishing to purchase are referred to h P. M. FOLLETT, or t.. t I11V1 "r HOLLISTER BOALT, I ltl -o Sandusky City. M I. I "v" lOtf nnd Aug. Carriage Wagon Shop, u i: nun, -lll- >v df virtue Aonl 4, I ,0. The hue en ere J into co-partnership unit r l'ic fi- i nt l> iruui Whitney, have ta- ke i il.e si n ii i'' 'v f" rupicfl by Russell ron ill' i1 tiio Castaha Erie C i a1 J ofkr f ji DilV 11, i 1 i o u M.IN I -i i if c. rtilu I a ]ii-l n.l ofynni Iii -nil i. ,v n t I, in I1 .infer, I-. ih" n ____the episcopal The subscriber, thankful for past fincrs i M iriiu Conlm, and ful'u-ve wlut -t.m I, ii.u .1 n niiienl to Ue nerfe.-ilv irnc JOHN I'OWMt. ViPnr (Itiiei il ul .Nnv Hector of "it IVti Clnir. h tnd having on hand a Urge assortment of wc'l I, ,i i.mem to Ue perferilv timber, la prepared to execute al! kiiuis of work in his line, on short notice, and war rant any article thai he makes. He hopes by itrict personal intention to bu- blic nntrorMjre. to deserve a share of public ('HAS. KICb. Sandusky City, Feb. IhH l.ilJ I M Ihe, Given nl NfW Yoik II Juy uf Dcct.iubfi 1 know Munlm f on'in uilhivi kn rvn of lit r -i'l lerlng itliiess NAILS, IRON, GLAiSS, OILS PAINTS, fctc., a id tl i v will he receiving Kresii (I i il-, ani. at tiie lowest Cash tjr C.ieii i i! all kinds ot 1'ioducf. ml I'm U'l.eit, Clover, and Timothy Seed, nni Wi i 1. Libpril nnde on Pm'ire fo lor- ix u.l to MI-IK l fir, ile. V BCRTON, R. IHTNEV, Co., O., iH.I. ruled for draw- in nil .-nle at the BOOK STORE. of Time nnd for ''ie S N DUSKY X >KS B. I n' iCf full confiifi-nci' in iliP ir< nirnt mmlf In M u ihalVlm. hivinj known Ivillilierrlnllv give   in rtlilion PIS I NT IXK, for at Sandunky Book-Store. NEWSPAPFR(   

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