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Daily Sanduskian, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1850, Sandusky, Ohio EDITED, PRINTED AND PUBLISHED AT SANDUSKY CITV, COUNTY, OHIO, 15Y D. CAMPBELL SON. VOLUME 3.] THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1850. [NUMBER 49. TERMS OF THE SANDUSKIAfr. Payment after three mouths............... C 00 Do. after six mouths................. C 50 Do. after the expiration of tho year..... 7 00 For six mouths.......................... 3 00 three months........................ 1 50 one mouth........................... 50 All subscriptions for less than one year, to be paid in advance. Dally Advertising. Per square, of sixteen lines, 50 cents for one in- sertion, and 10 for each subsequent insertion. Half and quarter squares, at the same rates. one year, with the privilege of changing at the pleasure of the advertiser, per Od Sir months........................... Q 00 Throe months........................ 5 00 Longer advertisements, by tho year, upon the most reasonable terms. 1 SALERATUS! [1850. THE subscribers are now prepared to furnish the trade with a superior article of Salciatus, in barrels, halves, kegs, and also 50 Ih. boxes, packed i i in neat style for shipping. Orders from tho conn- i try, accompanied with remittances to Messrs. Bar- ney Henderson, who are sole agents for the sale of the same, promptly attended to. KING CO.. Agents. near the Cincinnati Rail-Road Depot, San- dusky City, Ohio. Dec.'29. '49. S. POUTER. [1850! WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER, And dealer in Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Confection- ery, Fish, SfC., Sfc. I'HF.Nix P.I.OCK, sAMJt's'Kv ciry, onio. HE subscriber liusinside I lie most' extensive lhe home and conn- try trade for He will keep constantly on hand every article ever found in establishments of the kind, which for quality and price will compare fa- cantbly with prices at the east or south. He it prepared to sell on the most reasonable terms, Coffees, Teas, Sugars. Nuts. Foreign Called itnd I'iclduL Sardines, driidicrjf. Cigars, Tobticriics, Snuffs, RLCC, Tubs, Pails, Stone llrtirc. Candles, Confectionary, ffC. at THRASHING MACIf LYES. THE subscriber has made arrangements with Mr N. G. Olds, from Syracuse, N. Y., for Iho pur- pose- of manufacturing THRASHING .MACHINES, To which he ivould respectfully call the attention of Farmers and Thrashers. _ That ho can offer you machines which for stylo of workmanship, strength and durability of material, he thinks cannot be surpassed in this or any other state. Tho horse power and thrasher, are of the Syracuse pattern, much improved in point of strength and durability. The cleaner is the Townsend pat- ent improved, iu favor of which man} flattering tes- timonials might be offered. lie has an entire new sot of patterns which pos- sess many advantages over tho old ones, some which he will enumerate., Tho bull uhccl rim isjj mado to take arms 21 inches in thickness, tho old i, coons: JUST arrived from the City of New-York, at tho 'i old stand of Ij Cincinnati C. HAOJjEY. A choice lot of 13LACK and GREEN TEAS, SUGARS, COFFEES. SALMON. i MACKEREL. CODFISH. HERRING, An3 nil the articles usually fomd in a GROCER. Y and PROVISION STORE, lor low fui BURNET'S ready pay. Juno 1, 1850. C. IlADLEY. ones being but two iuches, which enables him ii to use larger bolts in bolting it to the arms: ibo bevel j wheel arms are sufficiently strengthened to insure) thorn against breaking; all the shafts m the entire j machine run in composition boxes, uhich uill run much longer than ibo ordinary iion box; the nun ntity of Sheep SKins. aio mado of cold blast Hanging Rock iron by one of'j natural point for'tho a-dlo uf s SHEEP SHE El' Having taken tlio agency to' tony Sheep Skins for Job' Gorton cV Co.'s Black Roi-k; BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Ilry Goods. Groceries. Crocker5' Arc. W. T. A. K. WEST. ;iili! in Ht.ip'e .mil K.irKy Pry Ciorkcry nrnl (J! tii.iv.iri-. Hari'w.iri-. l.ook- anil Veiiering, Ate., New JjlotK, Coitim'.us Avo- WIJJJAA HURNET, Home Furnishing Siurt, Na 11 Jth i.lrct.1, ('iminnjti. Ie or Country merchants would do well to cvamino his stock and for by purchasing of him a saving of much time, trouble and transportation can be ef- fected, as goods will be sold at and southern city prices. Particular attention called to his cxtonsivp stock of Liquors, of even' quality and grade which will be bold bv the pipe or jntllon at the lovve.--t prices. Oct'. y, dtf. S. PORTER, he furnaoemen in tho country: the limber is of 'I iho best quality. Mr. Olds having bad several years txporionce in building nitwhines at Syracuse, be! confidently rerom mentis his bines to the public.! IIEI'AIRINC! done at the notice. j Vv. WLTHEKIOLL. Satiduskv Citv. May 25, dnctf prepared at all times to pay j the highest [tricesin cash for Saudusky is the most nil such articles, uiul) WHOLESALE AND KBTAU. House Furnishing Establishment, IN HRFV7ABS, CTJTLEEY, TEA TEAYS, BRITANNIA, JAPANNED, BRONZED AND TIN WARE, BRUSKUd, WOODF.N AND WILLOW WARE, Wo. Hast I'owi-tli Street, fKOXTH UKTWESS SUILUTO ib CO.'S ACT THE POSr OFKCE, The ftttoiitiou of Country Merchants and Is i there is now a good cash market established. .to our ABTIO.ES. assortment of KOUSE K oust. Sandusky City, April G, 1850. C. C. KEECM. A OK 'INK .rM..iv .M.v MK i vr, Co., is t.'n., jr.nuarv Company, __. JL from the Legislaiuio ol tho uf Ohio, !FE IXSIIRAIVCK, by .Mutual Life- Insurance Company New York. 1C very leather and Husband, j) iu theso cholera limes should insured. 11 F. CONVERSE, Aift I Sandusky, JulyU, 1819. J. C. Aikon. DENTAL SURGEON, has i.-- IIIM OlHce to JJI.OCK, MARTIN MILLER. Confectioner, ami ol and Fruiu, ice., wlioleaale ami retail, D. CAMPHELL SONS. Duokiellort, lil.mk liook SUitiotUTi, .iml Jol; I'fliiUjrn. in the PortUiiil lluuko, klivvi. Physicians and DR.'D. TILDKN Reii-lcnct. ji J'ins 1'HT, on .Sl-irkrt J few door, c.iM ol" llitf Tonii-eml one of whitii placo he c.tn be luund and FOR iho sale of i RON, NAILS. GLASS, DONNEL CO.. would inform the people uf Sandusky City, and all others in that they have opened a storv in Caswcll's new stone block, street, for the purpose of transacting business in Ibo above line at icliolnsalc tuul rrlJiil. They have now on hand a good assortment uf Iron, A'rtiis, and Gliiyg, and are daily receiving ad- ditional supplies all of which will be sold on terms that cannot fail to give satisfaction. Merchants wishing; lo purchase their Spring enp- plv, smith's builders, and all otbeis, wanting any tbintj in our line, are rt'spcolfullv requested to call and articles and prices as wo havn no doubt' but we can make it to their interest to trade with us. Citv, Mav 15th, IS-IU. dlf. jliave been some timo in aclivo operation, and si pared to upon his patients. jaro now cnjrajri'i! in Iho niaiuilarture uf ;j Saiidusky Cily, Juno l.'Hh, 1 Goods; and .-insured, from the success which has attended their cffuiLs, tako pleasure in! stairs, whcru bo isnow prss- Irfl'.t. dlf CAITNOT BE SURPASSED. OUR DU. .TAYiVES' Tci Of ail to whic CONVERSE .V SLOANE, Atlorncyj nt ami Solnilorx in Nulury ami for thi; i OlTuc No, 1, corner of Avenuu Jiul .M.uKet ilrcct. t'. R. MERCHANTS
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