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   Daily Sanduskian, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1850, Sandusky, Ohio                               EDITED, PRINTED AND PUBLISHED AT SANDUSKY CITY, EKI1- COUNTY, OHIO, BY D. CAMPBELL SON. VOLUME 3.] SATURDAY, JUNE, 22, 8150. TERMS OF THE 8AJVJDUSKIAIV. Payment after three months...............6 00 Do. after six months..................6 50 Do. after the. expiration of the year..... 7 00 For six 3 00 Ihree inoiuhs........-............... 150 one month........................... 50 All subscriptions for less than one year, to be .paid in advance. Daily Advertising. Per square, of sixteen lines, 50 cents for one in- sertion, and 10 cents for each suboequent insertion. Half and quarter squares, at the same rated. For one year, with the privilege of changing at the pleasure of the advertiser, per 00 Six months........................... 8 00 'Three months........................ 5 00 Longer advertisements, by the year, upon the most reasonable terms. [NUMBER 51. 1850.] SAI.ERATUS! [ISffO. THRASHING; ____.... THE subscribers are now prepared to furnish the has made arrangements with Mr trade with a superior article of Saleralus. m Olds, from Y.. forthe pur- barrels, halves, kegs, and also 50 Ib. packed Pose manufacturing in neat stiJe for khiupujgr. Orders from the eoun- THRASHING MACHINES, try. accompanied with remittances to Messrs. Bar- jjTo which he would-respectfully Ci-jl the attention of i- Henderson, who are sole agents for the sale j Farmers and Thrashers. of the same, promptly attended to. KING CO.. Agents. Factory near the Cincinnati Rail-Iload Depot, San- dusky City. Ohio. Dec.'29. '49. That ho can offer which for style off, i orkniauship. strength and durability of material, M he thinks cannot be surpassed iii tins or ary state. Tho' horso power and th-asher. are of the -JVEW GOODS. JUST arrived from the Citv of New York, at the old stand of j HAJJIiEY. A Iot BLACK, and GREEN TEAS, COFFEES. SALMO.V, MACKJURKL. CODFISH. HERRI.VG. all tho articles foand in a GROCERY; Cincinnati Advertisements. BUEK g. POUTER. [1850! WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER. Syracuse pattern, much improved n point of strength n" tnc articles found in a GROCFRY j and durability. The cleaner is the Tounsend pat- j1 PROVISION STORE, for cale low   pices, I'nrei'fn J-'ruits. Stdtfd and Pictdal fish. FardtiiKs, Crurlicrs. Xtnjjf. Rice, Tubs. 1'aiU, htone Candles, CunfccUnnanj, fyc., at or Kctaii. Coun'ry merchuiits wuuld do well lo rvnmino his, i-tor-k and cr uc Mifficidiilly strengthened to insure) against breaking; ail tlie in the entire mar-hine composition which will run; inu'-h tongi-r thmnhe ordinarv irnn'b'ix: the are made of cold Ma-n Hanging Rotk iron bv one of lie best fnriiu'-emeji in tlie counln: the timber is of I ihe bi-M quality. Mr. Olds haviii'whdd several l.xji'-r.oiir-e m building mar-limes nt SxrtcUMj. he ll his m.-ir to tlif public.'' KKPAIRLN'G doue nt thn shonf-M notice. Sandusky City. Mav '25. lo.jQ. dauf W. F. CONVERSE. Sandusky. JulvG. 18-19. HRDWAKZ, CUTLEEY, TEA TKAYf, BRITANNIA, JAPANNED, BflONZED AND TIN WARE, BRUSUJCS, WOODEN AXD WILLOW WABJE, !Vo. 14 East Fourth (SOEIB BETWEEN SUIJ.UIO CO.'g AWD THE WBT OTtlO, A CA.KU. Orrrci. or rm: CASIAUV rv Springs, Janunry 1.5, i'' Co., Oluu, ti2. i k, from the of Ilu- lune bft'ti .some time m ai'live nrc no-.v in the nutunfacture WJLL1A.M JIL'RNET, House rurni.Innj; .More. Nu. Jt hli MrBCl.Cinniin.iti. i (loads; and :v biatc m" Ohio. operation, and of r fnun the ,'ha-already attended their t'lfyrt-. uke Friiiu. .MARTI X A1ILLER. jiul M.tr.j''.irturiT iic.. wln.lctaii- .unl ni-rtlpr in Coluriilm- IX CAMPBELL Buokrellirrc. HI. ink 'jooK M I'i I'lli-ri, in tin. I'onl.ml lluu-c Joli .Mi DR. D. lit- TJLDF..V. FOR thp of JRON, NAILS. GLASS. Ai would inform ilu- people "1IU ANTS A TRADERS OF Tf IE WEST i -I...D- .n busing ;l f Brown of the IICMVI- The- have now on hand a a-son r ami that ,'iali Iran mul filnty -n d i. m.iku it their mtere.st to pure-hasp our i dit'ional suii'phes of'wlncl-, that cannot fail lo cive sutiefuftion. I I'l ptITh'ls SfJEEP ilavincr taken the tf Imv Shei-p Skins lor Jot Gorton Co.'s Black Rock Woolen U'oiks. 1 h. prepared at all timer, to paj me foi any qnaniiivrpfShpcp Skins. Sandus-k} is-the most I natura.1 fiomt for tho j-iilo nf :.l! .I'llirles, HIK; there is now a jryod niariict j C. C. K EEC 11. i Sandusky Cily, April C, 1S.JO. I Luuj.it SAMUSKV cV SA.MIUSKV CITV I PI.AS'K ROM) Coup July TFIi; StorkhoEdors in 'iSit-s C'osu- K-qmred to puy the 2'1 insialment of Five Dollars per share on (heir subscriptions of sto'-k, on or beforo tho 20lll of Julv. an additional in- Maiment of five dollait, per share every 3U days thoreaftcr. until the is paid up. By of the Directors. jyl-liitf JNO. G. CAMP, JR., Treasurer The attfulion of Country Merchants and Fwnllfer. If Jlrectod to our extensive assoitmcnt of liocac JCein.lO AETICLIS. CANNOT BE SURPASSED. OUR confidently to assort our hlnhty to coinueti' bul wishin ilh'.- builtior.s, boo. Hf iiune run i.nikc It ti-eir Spiin-r sup- us u c lerest tolra.it- Oni wniliniiio loc.ited a fc-u- mil' without wit'i U cM'Ttl The ,-j 'iDnti from superior in tht K. llnbhard and Ch irles Diake havo fornipd a co- partnership and will transact business in ihe tfanic of llubb.ird nt the old stand of L. S. A: S. E. llubburd. The of the public issWioi- S. E. CHARLES DRAKE. MANCFACTUKF.B IN OUR OWN KSTABLTSIIMKKT, cannot in quality. of eheapuuss, nnj maUe lu tilt) Wchturii Countrv Ing iltn at I lie- Hie. o i- (it llu> Of nil .ire so CONVERGE   ID Cli iscu- A. W. TIENDRY Attorney anil it I.IH lice in Cilv.OIiio. Of- FULTON FOUNDRY A: PL MACHINE. I Corner of Kulion and VVjtcr itrerl-. V.. U'CTHHRrj-L. COLU.MDUS INSURANCE CO. i F. D. I'ARit-u to ln-i In fire, fur tin- i Company, he h-s il-ue for umi no t save S1U. Toiiif ises to wlnrn lul.'.reli to tiu'iu as ui rnis. I'nloiiu Iv, they nre fiee from a-id -s u- the sympioxns of ever- rithf-r jilamt, Ih-v ofien proiluce etP-M-., v. i ln'iuy tt-.i. not rttlt1, a of diMM.so but Iheir nnfilioii, acjrr.i'Mte all otbt'r waisdr-njiw from one part of tlu- body to another, winding tiiem.selvt's up IM'.O and obtruding- the and frt-qiinitly the throat, and too often dc-aili But worms are not confined evuluMvoK to dren. for adults suffer as much and perhaps nioie fioni the iinthtion of ascarides or small white thread worms, tbun rhildren. and very frequently too. without tlle least suspicion of the true cause of their affliction. For nt GRAHAM'S Ururr Store. April 5. 1349 dtf iiuv hfon pr.x a eoiiijianv of k nil-, fti.'l u i-. under llie Mipf.ro- (if .1. Y KIIIJT. Ii ucll the iiiai.uracln.ini; of i'liir- l.ind. l.-nni M In.- -er.Vfs unoiT u lui-ti ma-inn iiyif illil't'ii I'live liei-u that u csl rju support its O-.N n nianu fiif'ton' 'J, irill I'lmntaiii tif UICIL tnti rrs.'s. c ie- specifullv litini- upo.i the .ittcntion of :ts mi'l their p.iirnn tru-tinu; thai our iniorosU c.ni be innuiuHy ud are prepared to fill .ill order The subscriber bas lumuveJ bis Shop in tlie ilr. MtiblMiil on ,md .M.iilvi t M reels, ;vheie is m to .lu all of and papi-i rirti'i.inir, in a   BERNHARD ESCH. ATE at bis old stand on near the Veranda Hotel, would of ihi  line nf linsiness. Repairintraiul rn.stom .sorkrione mi short j notic-e and .it reat-onu'ile pru-es. Ready made Cof- fins constantly on hand. j BENJAMIN Sandiisicy City, April ItiSU. d3mc'2w I, "V X J_ fid m ihr cast with 'i and Pi-lui-teil i lot of ffoods m line which lor quality and price'1 will themselves to tho of citv and surioundinir countrv. ,i In tho purchase of NbTS ;lnd FRUITS he IIPIMI evtieiuely careful to ihe ol tins viMr's. "iit'Wth. His raihius arc the only lot tbir, in the city, and his almonds, ijl- herin. pea nuts, ]3razil nuts, aro of the latent CIGARS. lie keeps on hand a verv larrfp as- sortment ol the most approved and excellent qua fn our r.re manuf.icJiiring eTerr srlu-lc in Unit line, at tins lowest ratt-s. Our assortment o-: have! is equal to unv tin hi tlm country. Our Ciitiilnirut' contain-.- s. list of COOO dilferunt artioleii, winch ronstHUtlv on Imiul. Importing our For- i-isrn illrert. mill purchasing our domestic from the iimmitiicturers fur CASH, wo are enabled to Mil th- low cut N'ew York (Wholcsolo or Uetail) Orclers for any articli; in our lino will with promBl attention r ARR.IKOEMEXT, Cn HOURS. Two through" trains to tf.mdnsky City, and one to Columbus and afu-r April Jhh.lS.5Q. until further notice, Trains will run as follows: Leave Depot, GAS tA. A ARRIVAL O kcr of GRAHAM'S Drug Store. dtf NEW STYLES. liavo .iijst received ed to our s-tock of 1 .1 larfre lot of JIST rcceivctl Uy tin; a lot of Havana. Reij.ilia. ljrincips and ball- Spanish, CJCJAKS, all of which be sold low. Also, a lot of Star and Tallow CANDLES, bv tlle S. S. HOSMER. Jan. 20. 1849. dtf CORK SOLED which are ev- o or oc o .1 arfre ot o in.'.i- cellemiy adapted to winter wear, and which will be I.A.HI'S. so that our assortment is quite complete _ warranted to be icntrr proof. jj Among tliem ran be louiui Hrass 2 lijrht hanging lamps with globes: Japanned do do da do 1 do do do do and without- 1 do Jo ilo do do Me bus also an evi-elleni stock of Philadelphia and French cnlf-skins. which will make exccllpin work. i'ry him. ami his boots. Keep tiio feet drv iuj ties of cigars of the most delightful llavor and will KSUU Fiont btieet, at 5J o'clock A. M., and 2.40 P! siiuke easy; and in fact they will -IIIEMSKLVES Milford. Foster's Crossings, Deerfield, Alor- II is. AVjiy.i'-'Svir.e, Spring Valley, Xenia, Yellow CONFECTIONERY. t5pnoffo and Springfield. Rctitriiins. leave Spring- Is the most extensive in the city, and ho has secured :U ,A- M-> ai.d :i P. M. the services of an experienced workmnn. who m L for Columbus. Zanesville. Wheeling enci. brunch of the business defies cumnenon. li-l ani.! Inwus. should take Ihe 5J A. M Ham, i witn the tram of Ihe Columbus and and XPIII.I Railioai! at Xema. The of the Mud River and Lake Erie Rail- road leave Springfield for tiundtiskv at 11.40 A. M auri Inr Sandu.skv, Cleveland, Buffalo, Ni- Albany, Saratojia .Springs, Hoi-ton and New S'-._'_ 1 '.i I keeps constantly on hand a very stock all kinds i ul stick, seeded, frnit and nut candies which he will'] >ell at ur retail, at low prices. Ij CAKES. i He has made ample preparations sujiply pir- i ties, wedilintrs. lulls und suppers, with overv do-1 scnption of pnund cake. weddinjf. loaf.! hid (lefi.ince to disease. BERNHARD ESCH. Sanduakv Cilv, Oct. 17. ld4D. CHOfcEttA! CHOKE II A! CAiNNOiV'S celebrated New Orleans Cholera niedicine. Dr..Uird's Sulphur and Charcoal reine- ay. in the form of Pills, constantly on Land. Jt i- well for (he citizens to be prepared to meet this lerri- ole disease, and have some preparation on hand at 'his critical time, in case of an attack. It has no: vet made its appearance among us-, but is liable to, anv moment So be prepared. For sale at 2. GRAHAM'S Drujr Store. 'DEMOVAKi! S. Porter'scxtcnuivr Xlj Wholosaie Grocery Store has been removed U- yaswell's Phenix Block, where he is ready and wil- to furnish his customers with every thing in the grocery lino, either lo eal or drink, at wonderfully prices, considering the quality of the ineheslway lo find on I is lo call, and sec. Re- jncmber Ihe middle slore of Iho Phenix Block, Wa- w street, only three doors oast of the foot ofCoIiun- Avenue. Sanduskv City, July 17th, 1849 dlf GIIOCEKV FltOVJS- s East nf Dniff Start.) E have rccieved from HulFalo an entirely now i and well assorted stock of Groceries, among- which you will find Teas, (Green and ColFco of tho best qual- Rood Hamburgh Cheese, and all other articles generally fouiul in rt'iitoro (if this kind. Give un a call and von will not bo disappointed. THOMPSON DRAKE. 13. FASH. BE AVER If AT! For Summer, 18-50! _ S Summer is cominrr. and are i well satisfied that the Goit's of'> ___ _ ndiuJiij Cily want just as an article of Uat as tlie citi7cns of tho eastern cities, i- we have now the" pleasure of informing- them that they can find this ailiclp of Heche's the old stand, sign of the Big Hat. ALSO: Another lot of those Hungarian Hats, u neat ar- ticle, bolb lilucli. and drab. E. STAPLETO.V CO. Br.tss 1 do Side and Eidcket Lamps with and without jrlohps; Biass Parlor Lamps with globes. Glass Lamps with stands: Cut olass rio. with ijlass bottoms: Cnt and glass with Marble Stands; Cut Pint do do Alabaster and Arorn slriped do do Gen. Taylor, with and do do PlfOSGEXE GAS at all times kept on hand, and for sale cash on'y D.CAMPBE'LL Sandusky Cily. Feb. 1st, i850. cup. ribin. lellv, or finger cakes, and in fitcl everv article in the cake line, on short nolice and .it rpa.-onabla rules. TOYS! TOYS'! In the tov line, he lias ihe extoii'i've lot of of almost an endless variety ever offered in j Cincinnati to market. Even'child can be suited whether male or Sandusky City.... taking ihe.OA A. M. tram will sleep in San- t.iking the2.41) P. M. train will protend directly ilnoiigh. On Sunday but one train will be ran, leaving Cincinnati 1J. M., and Springfield at 4.10 A nn liaiul a of BOOTS and SHOES, which will be sold rj'ehS] VV. T. A. K. WEST. ow. Jj Lot on tho south side of street, between the residence Charles llicc and W. A, Simpson. JOHNSON. BURKE Co., By P. COOKK, Agent. Sandusky Cily, Feb. T _______ has removed his' office a few doors below tho Exchange Hotel, over-, market. Even- child can be suited whether male or I, female, for he has dolls, drums, birds, beasts, flovv- ers, leptiles, trumpels, harmonic-oils, A'c., .tec. iV. J. would call the attention of all those who wis.li for any thing in his line, as he is satisfied he can suit his customers either in the quality, quantity or prices of his goods. Remember that his stsre is direclly opposite the Enteiisean Hall, the fouilh door east of Columbus Avenue. N. J- BUYER. Sanduskv City, Nov. 20th, JS49. dlf RadchhVestore. Sandusky, March.20, 1350. i-h. Trout. 1'iclirrel, Bass and Cat Fish I lor sale low by 1IUB13ARD DRAKE' Way 1st, 1S50. TUST larso lot of J SJLJGARS and A1KLASSES; 75 doxcn Patent 25 VI Jan. tf S. S. HOSMER. GREAT ECONOMY. FANCY SILK Jk, WOOLLEN PYKll, has re- moved lo tho corner of Columbus Avenue and., Market street, ,vhere he is prepared io execute, nil or- dors in his lino of business, in a stylo unsurpassed in the eastern cities. Ladies and gentlemen are ihviteij to call and soo samples of his work, and jnrlrro for themselves. F. II. COMStOCK. Sandusky City, May 6, 1850. CAHIPIIENJE: A ini.4dnc VVHELDON RHODES OF COUNTERFEIT .UOIVIiiV. BANK Noio Reporters Counterfeit Doleclors are always Kept on ham! and for vale, of the la- D. CAMPJJELL SON. April FOR new trail dwelling house just erected on the cor- ner of Columbus Aveuue and .Jefferson __----- sireet. The bouse is commodious and con- venient and will bo leased for one vi-ar wilhlho priv- IMTHM n 
                            

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