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. Oa will meet in ' the south-webteru country
"ith some 84 odd characters fas can be produced in
four quarters of the globe. To not their pecu
t liaritie,and o4udy -their characters, -would be as un-
endine an occupation, as w that of hewlio sought
iw r-nuosopnemtone; - .
v;, ;."IhTe often been amused.' and not uafreauen
x.tly instructed, by theM notings of human character.
as aeveloped among ' our rougher men of the back
:'V wood. - And it is do wast of time, ' I opine, this
" tudy of singularities in people, who are emphati
u. call peculiar in themselves; for rough and uncouth
as the may be, beneath the homespun shirt beats
many a heart whose pulsations are warmer and
1 quicker than the bosoms of others, more tenderly
-' reared, bave erer known. And the- rough - grasp
.- of the flinty hand, griping- you as he would his rifle
t stock; baa of times betokened to me a cordiality .
... and welcome; which no suavity of speech or bland-
l neat of manner in anotner, eoulu have impressed
. upon my Heart. - -
'But I did not intend to grow thus desultory, aud
; in wandering from my text, I have done so in the
-. warmth of nrj? feelings for those "sons of the deen,
. brown forest,' whose roofs have so often been my
,i shelter, and whose bread -has been so frequent1 v
i - broken for me. But to mv story. . - -
. ... . '1 was a sweet balmy morning in April last, that
4 toeli passage on the 'Concordia' lor one oi the up
. river landings. - As is the case on most of our
packets, the company was a pleasant one soci
able, and - tolerbly well acquanted- It was -no
difficult matter, therefore, tu 'insinuate', a social
r-. game "of Euchere, by the way of relieving the
jnouotony of the trip. A tall, hardy son of the
i. woods, roughly clad and with, his Jonjr riflo -hard
i by in a corner, had been sitting near by, with a half
tiiscoRSoiate, ball decided look, during most of the
game, and was finally invited, when a vecancy oc
. curred, to take a hand.
,.'. 'If you mean that game,' was the reply, 'I tell
yo no, nr.' - - .......-. :;
v , , The reply was givea in so emphathic a manner,
4- and .with such apparent fervor of feeling that all
fait m raMnBlf ts Irnnw ika n.i im.. li 1 antii-n.itl.
.".to this favorite came of our country..-.
He was interrogated, therefore, to this end and
.'well, you see, gentlemen,' be replied, ! was
first raised in old Kaintnck, and the only game
, we ever played there was 'Old Sledge,, Now the
1 Jack was 8ome in that. You' see father and we
j, came down. Massassip -on a trading trip and
1" brought a most almighty fine horse along wiih
. . ns. ' 1 tought a heap of that boss, gentlemen I
." did! k .. .... . . .- '
WelI, father got to playing with some fellers
t' one night and I got sleepy and went to roost.
"'.l 1 . 1 t-i r t j e .1 . . .1
auoui miumgnt i neara tauter coming into me
room, a cussin' to himself mightly. Says I, old
", rtnan, what's the fuss?', : .
Well, says he, drawing a powei ful breath, I've
. lost the hoes, Bill, a playin' them darn cards!'
A playin cards!' says I, for I knew he was a
. team 'an who beats you at Sledge ?' -
" "Old Sledge, says he a sorter .'drawing up' his
dignity "it was another sorter game from that
" They call X ' Yuker. l rather reckon, for the jack -
yes th Jack tuck the ace like a d n!
That's what tuck me, that's what lost the boss,
Bill? V ;
. v, 'Gentlemen, I don't play Yuker myself , I dont
V -' ' And with this ebullition he stalked away but
,V"the scene is as vividly before me now as at the time
of its occurrence. - N. Y. Spirit of the Times
. vv From Oregon.
' The If aw York Tribuna has letters from Ore
" "gon to the 3th of July,
'c; The legislature of the territorry met at Oregon
city on the 15th July, and was organized by the
election of following" officers:
.'"" '-Iw-ThV Council. Samuel' Parker, president ;
! Courtney Walker, chief clerk ; A. Robinson, assis-
tant clerk; C Davis, sergeant-at-arms; Samuel
" Is raa Hooss or Rspbssntativss. A. L. Love-
joy .speaker; Wm. Porter, chief clerk; B. Genois,as
" sistant clerk; Wm. Holmes, sergeant-at-arms; Dan-
iel Bailey, door-keeper, .
,Z ' AH the above officers are Democrats except the
chief clerk and the door-keeper of the house of re
presentatives. After being in" session about ten days, the legis
lature adjourned on the 28th July to meet again
on the od of August, lue reason assigned is that
'- tne crops being rather snort, it became necessary,
" in view of the large immigration expected in Ore
' gon this fall for members to return home and cut
and house their wheat ' This crop is short, and
"pr ovisions were already advancing in price. '
: r - "'While hrsesssion, the legislature did Kttle more
than to agree upon the adoption of a memorial to
"":' Congress upon various subjects connected with the
interest of the territory, among which is mentioned
as the necessity of granting donations of land to
immigrants who settled the territory. ' 1
The returns of the election for a deiegnte in Con
f; gress had at length been received from all the coun-
ties, and sum up as follows ; ' "
--' For S. B. Thurston, (Dem.) 470 votes
b,-S For Columbia Lancaster, (Dem.) '821 ""
- 3L . For Jo. VV Meek, (Dem.) - 40 "
:- For- Griffin, (Dem.) 6 "
" - For J. W.f Kesmitb, (Whig) 100 "
-' ' - -" Total ' 943 '
-The writer says r 'The -result of the election
V cannot be regarded as a test of the strength of parities.-
Although I am a Democrat, it is due to can-
. . i .i wl uri. : a . f
uui aj otJ ul9 niuvii. iiw ' T ,Ilr pel milieu bite
eleetion to go by default '-They did not pretend to
to bring out a candidate. --Nesmith, upon whom
Various persons, Whigs and Locos,- threw away
their votes, some' from folly some from caprice, and
some for' fhe' tiurpose of making mirth was not
' even's naturanzeo foreigner, cut, artnougn the
'"result of this eleetion affords ho test of tire strength
' of parties, yet it would perhaps be even worse than
t useless to deny that the Locofocos have a large
f' majority of the voters of the territory.
y. The writer thus speaks of the reports of gold
r- laving been discovered in Oregon :
" '' ' "1 am- informed that some persons, deficient in
f principle, and for the purpose of directing a por
1 tkm of the California immgrants into this country,
have sent to the United States reports of gold dis-
& eoveries in Oregon J I at first believed the story
"C of these discoveries, but the whole affair proves to
' be a fable. Nothing of permanent good is gained
-Dy a departue from truth. : For myself, I most
X sincerely hope that not a grain- of the precious
metals will ever be found in any part of Oregon.
' The iron and coal Of either Missouri or Pennsyl-
rania is worth all fhe gold mines in the world. The
; evils of the robberies, murders, stealing, and gam
bling of California ean never be ont-weighed, even
by the gold of many such countries. ' Thousands
'-are going there to lay their bodies prematurely
C in its dust, or to lose a fair fame irrevocably : amid
its profl'rgaey and general wickedness.'
ROADCLOIHS. Vntiue and woolen Goods, ver
VERY cbesp. If von want s nw uit call on
- - t - - - rsrrnosB.
fTIHE obcriber ara now publi.hing u elogint eu
J g ravmg orthe . . v ' A
Death of the Rev. John Wesley,
onerarrd in the liig-hml clyle of art by John- 8rtaia Esq,
afirr the cwlrbraled painlinir of Marahat! Clapton.
Arnoiie tlie inmy eoori men who bar apeut their Urea
IU tnr service ol their Uivme Master, few ever ezerled
treated influence for good tliau did John Wesley. With
high powers of intellect he nnited a gentleness of disposi
Hon wuica enabled hioi, at the Baine lime that he touch
ed tne tender chorda of the tinman heart, to convince
the understanding, of the truth and importance of the
holy precepts of the gospel which he promulgated And
when we take into consideration that hi manifold labors
of usefulness extended to a period of more than h If a
centurv that during Ihe whole of this long period an un
erri.-y course of rectitude was manifested in his walk
and conversation we cease to wonder at the very high
degree of esiimalion with which his memory is cherished
not onlv bv the members of the denomination, to the
unbuilding of hich his united energy and exemplarv pi
ety so much contributed, but by the truly pious of every
The death of Weley was perfectly consonant with the
even rectitude of his protracted life, and adds another to
Ihe many proofs that the 'end of the good man Is peace,
The closing scene of the life of this venerable man is the
one Mr. Clnxton lina so happily chosen as the subject of
his beautiful painting a loUlilul copy or which engraved
in an elegant manner, we have thought would be a me
mento which thousands would wish to have framed and
hung up in Ihe parlor. In. order to enable such as de
sire lo do this lo gratify their desires, Mr, Sartnin, who
stands at the hexd of his profession in the United states.
has been engaged to engrave this elegant picture in his
beat style, and, relying upon an extensive patronage, the
price has been put so low that none who desire it need be
with out it. The engraving is of a large size, suitable
for fronting, and will be primed on the best quality of
henvv plate paper, in a verv auperior manner, each im
presei'tt . presenting all ths beauties of a Brat class proof,
and will be furnished at , .1. .... .
' The following unusually Low Prices.
I Copy, - " $2.50 17 Copies, . $12,00
3 Copies, . 6.00 1 13 Copies, . 20,00
"20 Copies Thirty dollars 1
So that members of congregations and others, by nni
ting together and forming clubs, cau obtaiu this must im
pressive picture at .
Only One Collar and a Half a Copy!!
Surrounding the bed of the dying Patriarch are nine
teen hgures, representing the lullowilig persons, (of ma
uy of whom accurate portraits are given, from originals of
great rarity.) ,
Rev. Peard Dickinson.
Rv. Joaeph Bedford.
Mrs. Charles Wesley.
Miss Sarah Weslev.
Rev. Thomas Rankin.
Mrs. Esther Ami Rogers.
Miss Ritchie, afterwards
Mrs. MjHimer. j
Rev. James R gers.
Master Junes Rugers, a
child 7 years of age, ihe
- only person now living,
who was Iheu present. .
Rev. James Creighton.
Rev. Alexander Mather.
Rotierl C. Brackenbury
Hev. John Broadbeiit.
Rev.' Thomas Hroadhent.
Rev. George Wliitefield.
Rev. Jonathan Ediuinson
John Hortou Eq one of Ihe
iL,xeculors 01 ivir. Wes
D. John Whitehead, Mr.
Wesley's Physiciuir and
Biographer. . ,
A Medical Assistant of Dr.
1LT Agents lor the sale of this hue work of art. are
wanted in every part of the United States. For further
GLADDING & HIGGINS, Publishers.
Methodist Book Store 40. North Fourth Street, Phila.
m This Elegant Engraving will be furnished, whole-
snle and retail, by the MethodislBook Establishment, 200
Mulberry street N. V., and by their agents throughout
the United Slates.
IU" The purchasers of this engraving will please bear
in mind that this plate has been engraved by Mr. bar
tain expressly lor this edition, and that ths impressions
wrll therefore be all of the firs! order, and not such as are
token from the second hand English platea. -
. UJ" Newspapers publishing the above adveertisement,
will be entitled to a copy of the print, by sending a mark
ed number 01 their paper to the publishers.
Revolution in Periodical .Literature.
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WBArrO. A new lot of 'Cavendish,' verv nice, at
Lake a 'chew
FALL GINGHAM?.-Beautiful ftles at only one
shilling. Call and see them. Also, a splendid lot of
Delaines and winter Drers Goods, just received at
Bank Note Table and Exchange last.
CORRECTED WEEK LT TOk THE VRKEMM, FROM TBS
'CLEVELAND PLAIHDKALER. 1
Brsnohss of state Bank, vis:
Bank of Erie.. 35 die
Union Br. Massillon....parj
Bank of Lewislown
Fanners br. AshtabuU . par
Peun Relief Notes..
Mercha"ebr Cleveland, parPittsburgh do
Commercial br do .
par Lumbermen s..,. ..
Hocking valley br, Lan.par
summit Co. branch...
Toledo branch.... ....
Susquehaena Co..... .5 dis
T'ville Del Bridge Co
Commercial br Toledo.
Exchange br Columbus. par
Franklin br do ....par
U. slates bank. ...... .4(1 dis
Ail other specie pay iug 2 d.'s
Delaware br, Delaware. par
Aetna branch at Aenia. .par
Bait Ohio Rail Rd co5dis
Franklin br, Cincinnati. pur
Cumberland bank. ...2 dis
Urbanna Banking Co. 50 dip
Mech. & 1 r. br, do .par
Mineral bk, Cumberl'd 5dis
Davton hr, at Dartou...par
Bank of Maryland....
Jeffere'n co.br, Steubv.epari
Bank of Salsbory. . .. .
Aladriver val. br, spr'ld par
Piqua branch... ..par
City bank of Baltimore
Caroline bank Denton.
Miami br, Trov.
Harve de Grasse.... 50 dis
All olkerapecie paying par
Farmers' br, Salem.
Harrison br, Cadiz..
Lorain br, Elvria...
Marietta br. Marietta
Bank of River Raisen.
Michigan Insurance Co. par
Merchants' bk, Jackson br'k
Mt. Pleasant br, Mt Pl'tparl
Oakland co Bank.... broke
Portsmouth br, Portsmthpari
Wayne Co. br. Woosterpar
r ar ana IVlecJi. bank. ..par
State bank.... .... ....par
All other banks uncer
Michigan state scrip. .5 dis
Rosa Co. br.Chillicothe par
Knox Co. br,Mt Vernon par
Belmont br, Bridgeport. pat
St. Clair ........... . .
Farmer's br. Ripley.. ..par
Insurance Checks.... 3 di
Preble Co. br. E.iton.. .pari
fortage Cs.br, Kaveuuapar
slate ok. and blanches par
Independent or state stock
CANADA. . .
Solvent Banks. ......3 die
City Bank of Cleveland. par
City Bank of Columbus. pat
Canal Bank Albany. .40dis
Uavtou Bank of Dayton. par
Lewis county bank.... par
City bank of Cincinnati. parj
Atlas bank... 25 dis
Commercial bank do ..par
James bank.... .... .50 dis
Oswego hank... ....50 dis
Bk of Ge-iuga,Paiiieeve par
VVest'n Reserve, Warr'npar
Bank of Buffalo 50dis
Canal Bk. Cleveland.. .par
Batik of Lyons
r ranklm Bk. Zanesville par
Com'l bank Buffalo,
Banduaky City bank . . . .par
Coui'l bank Oswego. 10 dis
Farm & Vintners lik. .
Clinton co. bank. . . . 10 dip
Waterville bank 10 dis
Bank of Rock port.... 30 dix
St. Lawrence bank..75His
Seneca Co. bank, i iffinpar
Bank of Wooster....70 die
Itnuk of Circleville.... .par
Clinton Bk. of Columtiuspar
Bafavette Bk. Cincinnalipar;
Ohio Ijife & I rust Co. par
State hank Bufialn. . . . 75 dis
B'ink o Satidusk ....60 rii
Bank of Norwalk. ...4fliliH
Brink of Massilon.... ..par
Banks of which the charter
Saten Hand bank.... 60 dis
Tenth ward bank....fraud
All other specie paying
$5 and over.... ..J prem
All solvent banks par
Sew Hope Del Bridgeco-
All solvent banks. ... ..par
Bank of Norfolk 1 dis
have expired or become
tBank of Cleveland. ...pur!
ttCom bk. of Lake Eiie par
"Franklin Bk. Columbusp ir
'Bank of Chillicothe....par
Com. bk. of Cincinnati. par
"I ranklin bank do ..par:
'Dayton bank ...par
j bk Ktciim'n fc br'nchl dis
X Y eslern Keserve ..... par
N.W. b"-, Whel'g do.
(Uank of (xeauga par
Bank of the vallev. . . I dis
r & J1 lik. bleubenvillepar
Va hk Richm'n&br'ch 1 dis
M. & M. bk, Wheeling par
All solvent banks par
Indiana state bank .... 1 dis
Indiana state script '40, 6 pr
ct int.... ..10 pr ct prem
Do I prct mt 10 dis
State bk & branches 50 dis
Columbiana bank.... ..par
Bank of Xenia.... ....par
Belmont Bank pari
, . par:
Com bank of Scioto
Farmers' Bk. Can ton. 30 dis
Bank of Manhattan. .90 dis
Hamilton 10 dis
Granville 35 dis
speciefselling rntes,)2 prem
Miami Exp. Co...
Bank of Cincinnat
40disjEx hange on N. Y. 1 prem
Bk. Circleville(1813) 75 dis
tnank of Cleveland, redeemed by Ed. Clare,
ttCom'l bk of Lake Erie, redeemed by R. Hilliard.
The new banks of the same name have no connection
with these banks. .
"Those banks are re-organized under the law of last
winter Xenia as a branch of the stale bank; Geauga and
western Keserve as stale stock banks.
TIIK NOTE OF PREPARATION
OR THE FALL CAMPAIGN!
IS AGAIN HEARD AT
And all hands are now busy marking D O WN
a great variety of Dry Goods,
OF THE SPBlMd AND SUMMER STYLES,
which the order has gone forth to SELL,
REGARDLESS OF PROFIT OR LOSS!!!
I CR HARP" is far from "being on Ihe willows,"
on the coutrarv, we are tuning it to double quick
time, in order to accommodate Ihe crowds of customers
which will be found on Ihe line ot march for the
OLD BARGAIN STAND;
n order to secure point? of those 25 cent (Mil chains, w hie It
ar closing- off at only one shilling!
1 hose 8 10 and 12$ cent calicoes which are selling' at
1 hoe ryrolese ginghams, eh Rap in ordinary tunes at
8 and 20 cents, now going at
And a large lot of thoe 13 and 25 cent vard wide
French munlins which will be cleared out at onlv one
hilling. These are onlv a few of the advantages which
will be olteren in cu sing oil (heir large stocs ot spring ana
umnifr goods preparatory to Tall operations.
We arc determined not to winter over
A RAG OF SUMMER GOODS,
nd are going to give them to the people nt their own pri
ces. 1 he order has been given and the (jrootis
SHALL BE SOLD!
nd if competition should dance to the tuue of " High
Betty Martin," nine feet high, can't help it. The or-
ers are, to clear the deck, and the deck must be cleared.
3f in the rottrae of vcnts,
the people should get bonie
we Hou'l believe they would think we came by our goods
"diMioneslIy, " as some merchants seem to be afraid ol;
but, on the contrary, that we mean to give them
A SPLENDID BENEFIT,
which is just the thing we mean to do. Look out there
A Decent sized Hurricane,
"about these days." 522 July 8 1, 149-
Kegs Cut Vails best Pitishnreh at only
other articles in their lint, will be old
ill the same pro
bags dark grocn Rio Coffee j"'
imported, going at 13 and 14 pounds for one
1 AAA pounds clean V.O. Sugar some
M.JJJJ of it splendid quality. Thewholeol
the whole of the above sloes will he sold at
Stiitlttskt MP rug SI orf.
Drugs, Medicines, Oils, Paints and Dye Slvffs,
OFFERED for sale on terms that cannot but prove
satisfactory lo all who wish to purchase the best war
rantable articles, at lowest rates will be found here.
At "Wholesale and Retail,
a variety of Paints, viz: White Lead, Red Lead, Paris
Green, chrome Green, chrome Yellow, Turkey Umber,
Terra de sienna, YellowOchre, Vermillion, sugar of Lead,
Lampblack of various qualities. Ivory Black, Chinese
Vermillion, Gold and silver bronze, of various shades,
copal Varnish, and spirits Turpentine.
Also Dye Woods and Stuffs,
Madder, Indigo, Alum, Blue Vitriol, cochineal, solution
of Tin, Logwood, Fustic, copperas, &.C..&C We have
also a good article of JLin-seed Oil. Alcohol,
Pure Wines, and Brandv for the sick. Ginger, cream
Tartar, soda, Epsom salts, and castor Oil by the quan
tity; all for casil that is our moto.
Beeswax, Ginseng, sassafras Bark from the Root, to be
well washed and dried, and Paper Rags will be taken in
exchange for Goods at theircash price.
SHEETS & HULL.
Liwm Sandusky, June SO, '49.
THAT NIMBLE SIXPENCE..
T JOHN S. WEE K S,
Incites the Citizens of Lower Sandoky,
AJND STJKKUUiNDINer COUNTRY,
TO CALL AWD EXAMINE HIS 8PLISDf STOCfe Of
- Ne w &oods,
, ' ( r, 54 t ' i '.' t 'if 5 . a ;
JUSTilECEIVED & NO W OPEXIX O AT THE
East Corner Store Room of
VHYLER'S BRICK CLOCK, NO. !:
Consisting in part of Broadcloths, Cassimeres, Sat
inelts. Tweeds, Jean and Corduroy, aud an end
lets variety of Men,s and Boja'Summer wear, from 10
cents up to 2 shillings. -Ticking, Drilling and Factory
cheaper than the cneapest.
Boots anil. Shoes,
of all size, quality and prices, from two ahillingsto $1,00.
o the. aM8 otiCotDtr Banftnakg,"
he would say it is only necessarp for von to call and ex
amine his new Summer Dress Good, and you
are sure to purchase, detain, rept do. berages, lawns, va
rious patterns, blacK, plaid and fancy Alpaccas, French
gingham, linen do., damasK do , gingham lawn, and va
rious other styles and patterns.
A great variety, consisting of Canton crape, silk, be-
rage, Thibet, cashmere, brocha, muslin de laine, wool be
rages, cotton do., and lotsot pretty summer shawls ot all
kinds and styles. ,
AND THOSE BONNETS!
" Tell it not in Gath," publish it onlv in the streets of
Lower Sandusxy. We can beat Ihe Jews, and sell
them k.wer than the Gentiles. - Leghorn from 50 cents
lo $3,00 can't be beat at 'Head Quarters,' open braid,
gimp, Tuscan, Rough and Ready, velvet, crape, silk,
and in fact, almost any kind you may call for, so low that
(I don't suppose you would think I 'hooked them,) you
would think thai the New Yorkers hooked them, or nev-
ei paid for them, nor never meant to. A great variety of
GINGHAMS AND PRINTS,
From 4 cents to 15 cents, Old Mrs. Partington
has examined Jhem and says they they are .the nicest in
the city fast colors, which can't wah out. ,
HATS AND CAPS,
any price yon maycall for, from 5s to $4; wool, Leghorn,
atraw, paint, &c. , &c.
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Molasses, Salseratus, Tobacco,
Rice, &c. Also Fish, Bacon, fork and Flour constant
ly on hand.
Crockery,. Hard-ware, Hollow-ware, Tin-ware and
Wooden-ware &c, etc. "
Tn offering this stork of goods to the public I would sav.
that you will find only one price, which shall be at as small
advance above New York cost as we can sell and live,
for whk'h I must have in exchange Cash or Produce, as
I wish to be positively understood, you mUFt pay for the
goodn when you get them. On r motto is 'live and let live.'
ILT Cash paid for Wheat, Corn. Oats, Wool and all
kinds of seeds. JOHN S. WEEKS.
June 2, '49, " J5
N. B. See our advertisement in another column for
READY MADE CLOTHING. .
D. BE TTS,
HAVING RECEIVED HIS
SPRING STOCK. OF GOODS,
Platters himself that he ean offer such inducements
OF CHEAP AND GOOD GOODS, AS CANNOT
Fail to give Sufficient Satisfaction to
All who may favor him with a call.
f 1 THE great decline of Goods in the eastern markets,
I well enables him to sell Goods cheaper than has
ever been offered in this market. He would solicit an
earlv call from all those who mav come to this marKet,
to purchase Goods. His stock consists in part of
blue, black and brown broadcloth, cnssirneres.Batinetts,
Kentucky jeans, tweeds, flannels &c.a &c.
Ltiidies Dress 4tto:?S)
Silk and Canton warp alpaccas, mohairs, cashmeres.
muslin de lanes, printed lawns; a larjje and splendid
Mock of calicoes most beautiful styles, warranted last
colors. Also a full assortment of bleached goods, such
j jnckoiiettH. hohinetts, laces, edgings, 4c. Also dress
i.nd satiu silks, ribbons, handkerchiefs, emvats, and a
variety of summer shawls, silk, gingham and calico par
asols, Umbrellas, &c.
sur-h as sheetings and shirtings, bed-tickings, yarns,
carpet warp, hatting and wadding.
Leghorn, China peart, gimp and straw bonnets, Ladies,'
traveling baKets, Leghorn, straw, palm-leaf, lur and
Doots Sc S!)oc0, Sole $c Upper eatl)cr,
ALSO A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Crockery and Glass-ware,
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS,
Paints, Oils, Dye-stffs dbc.
also a full assortment of llal"l W5tIC 'rout a nerilr
up to the best of imported mouse-hole anvils. Iron.
Nails Glass &c. Iu conclusion he would say that the
above Goods were selected with great care, and cannot
fail to cive satisfaction, both as to quality and price, to
all who may give them an impartial examination, as he
does not intend to be undersold by any establishment
west ol New York. All kinds of produce will be receiv
ed in exchange for Goods.
N. B. The highest market price will be paid iu cstsllt
for Wheat, Corn, Oats and Wool.
Lower Saniluskv, June 2. '49 15
If you want to buy Ready-made Clothing Cheap,
BRICK BLOCK, NO. I.
IS THE PLACE FOR YOU TO GET
Great Barga ins ! !
1TTTE intend tokeep constantly on hand the largest and
VV best selection nf Clothing in Snnduskv, and '
do not intend to he Under sold. New supplies every
month ol latest styles and f thions. Our stork consists
in nart of. Black, blue blk. blue aud brown Broadcloth
Dress and Frock coats Teede. Jeaiies. cassimere,
sattinette. cordingtoti and Crolon sack and Frock coats.
Broadcloth, cassimere corlington. corduroy and sattin
ette Pants. Satin, silx, silk velvet, camel hair and Vel
eueia Vests. Shirts, bosoms, collars, hamlk'fs, stocks,
erav.tts. suspenders, socks, hats and caps. &c ; in fact,
almost every thing any body calls for in the clothing line,
which we will sell at a very -mall profit lor the liimks.
Highest price paid for all Kinds of country produce.
J. S. WEEKS.
July 7, "49. 20
A safe, certain and effectual preventive and cure for
Cholera and Cholera Morbus in all stages.
flIlis Cordial is prepared and recommended b
I the best French and English physicians and can
be relied upon in ail cases
The proprietor feeling that the Cholera is a disease
that should not be trifled with, and that to palm off upon
the public an article that cannot be relied upon would be
jeapordizing the life ot all who use it feel great confi
dence in ottering this article to the public, it having stood
the test in thousands of cases in France, England and
Nothing can be better, and one bottle will in most ca
ses effect acure it taken in time.
Every family should have a bottle on hand, as all are
liable and the Cordial should be given immediately up
on the first symptoms.
An ouuee of prevention is wortn a pounn oi cure.
Sold oulv bv C. R. McCULLOCH,
Jun2, '49. "(15) Lower Sandusky.
Old Established Remedy
Is now put up ta the
LARGEST SIZED BOTTLES I
And Is acknowledged to be the
- made, aa is certified by the
It has performed. The original copies of which are tn lbs
possession of the proprietor. -
HEME MB E It !
That Bristol's is the only :
TRUE 4. ORIGINAL ARTICLE
And is now bronchi before tbe public in a
rimn ever offered bv any fender.
Tlie proprietor is tleterniilte:! that the ioh refutation!
it has arnnircil tor the Inst 13 years shall be maintained,
no mnitcr at whalsncrinre.
Purchasers iiinsl lie ca-i'Tnl. if they wish the PUKE
EXTRACT orsamntwrilla. to call for "Bristol's Original
Snrsnparilln," In tlie largtU sixes' bottla ever offered, at
One Dollar icr boltle.
Ne-rr York General Depot, 34 Cortlaadt-St.
Buffalo Depot, 225 Main Street.
IT Orders mlilreaseil Wj. Rcaasa, New-York, or C. C
BauTOL, Buu'nlo. will meet with prompt attention.
O. H. P. SHEETS, Agent,
For Sandusky County.
rl f V IK-!
SARSAPAR I LL A, WILD CHERRY
This valuable Medicinal preparation
from any simple Extract of Sarsaparilla " or common
purifving Mo'iicine. It is a compound of many of the
MOST CI.EAXt 2C01CIM4,
With others acting directly om the Kidnty, or having im
mediate referent to ttte relief and continued healthy ope
ration of some internal organs. It contains articles
which enter into no belter preparation in ciistence, aud
IT IS UXltlVALM:i
In purifying and refreshing effects, by any Medicine in
the world. It is put up
IS LAHGE BOTTUE8,
Is very pleasant to the taste, and is more concentrated.
STHOSYiEK, BETTKR AXD CHEAPER
Than y other in market. Persons who have taken
Sanmparillns Ay th gallon, without relief, iiave been
radically cured, by uing two or three bottles.
This is the only Compound in which 3a rn par ilia. Wild
Cherry and Dandelion are so prepared, to offer the pecu-
liar virtues of each, in combination with pure Extracts
of other healing articles in a highly concentrated state.
Its ingredients are
And are such roots and harks as are found though chiefly
affecting certain parts in their general tendency to pro
duce the most cleansing and healing effects.
IT IS IMrOiHM3
To cure ninny diseases, Dropsies. Kidney Complaint?, ice.
draw oil" Watery Humors from the Mood, or corrupt and
irritating nwretions of diseased organ from the tody,
without the thorough ope at 10 on thr Kidkicys, as
eaued hvtttis Me.ticine. o othri extract even pretends
to this eiFert. In fact this very operation for which it is
particularly compounded. Hi Iters from all other prepara
tions, and makes it the brst compound in existence.
IX AW CAtVES OF DWOrY,
Use this medicine. It wiU relieve. It hns cured tchen
life itscJf was despaired of. It contains articles that mill
airs if anything can, and takes tlte only method to make
permanent rtt. This Reutedy
rriuriESiWo wm'Es mrT
All impure and grows humors, not only by working direct
ly on the blood, hut by restoring each orism to hr;ilthy
vigor, Mid especially iiicrpnsing ihe action of those which
draw from the hodv, and lastingly remove all
IMl'tKi: OR IHSEt'lSEis F.IrHS.
AH diseases originating in a depmved state of the vital
fluids. Eruptions, Ulcers, Sores, Collection of Watery
DISEASES OF THE BLOOI,
Will find this the hest alterative, and most cleaning Mr
dicin fir hrffve nw other in invigorating effert. It
has worked some of the greatest cures ol Iumms ol the
- DISORDERS OF THE KIIEYS
Bladder, cc. A splendid diuretic. i'y extract is no good
for Weakness of the Kidneys, Weak lick, Ketrntioti or
Involuntary flow of Urine, Burning or Raiding, tncotnn
taiy Emissions, or other irritability, JIkskmber, the only
Medicine that heats these parts. In tfctotulous habits of
lie System, Lax and weakened states,
Wasting diseases of the Lungs, Fains in the Breast, fcc,
the soothing Fectorals and bracing Tonics, heal tne Lungs
moat kindly, and strengthen the body, while tfce acrid
humors that load the system are declined. " he relirrig
action of the Kidneys is marked in Lung disease. It is
warranted superior to any preparation SuUtlea attacks
from Exposure are certaintu cured.
For Irregular, Suppressed or paiuful Menstruation, Fluor
Albus, Uterine Diseases, or any derangement of the Fe
male Frame. It never disappoints expectation. Io com
mon medicine will reach these derangements. This Com
pound contains certain Roots, the best and only ones that
should be used. It cures tlte most aggravated forms.
GENERAL DEHI1.ITV AND DECl-IXE,
t will refresh immediately. A few days use will con
vince the incredulous. The appetite increased the
nerve9 go quiet spirits raised and new, Pure and Rich
Biood takes the place of vitiated and corrupt.
USE IT IN YOUR FAMILIES.
You will never he without it. It will do more good and
rure more speedily, the hundreds of petty diseases. Colds,
ttowel Couiplniuts, Impure Blood, fce. tfian any thing
you have ever tried. Look at Certificates. The Weak
est I sr vr or most delicate Female ean take U with per
DEAR IT IN MIND.
That this is the only medicine that has ever cured the low,
wearing Ship Fever, as attested hy the oath of some
thirty of the cured, and you will acknowledge
THERE IS SOMETHING IN IT.
Where obstructions of the organs have caused deposits,
Or Stone in the Bladder, this medicine has been used
with astonishing success. For Certificates of Cures of
this or any disease, see Pamphlet of cures.
THE WORST FORMS
Of Dii!asfs of the STOMACH and BOWELS, Costive
ness, DYSPEPSIA, with Debility, Ac. For Bowel Com
plaints it ean be relied on as a certain remedy. Also,
wheu accumulation of bile has caused
Jaundice, &c, or when they are coming on. take this and
you ara safe. It carries off the corrupt hile rapidly, hy
the natural channels, and eases immediately. It has cured
Of years standing as certificates testify. always gives
satisfaction. Try it. Great Physicians prescribe always
diuretics. This compound is excel lent--Dandelioii alone
is almost specific.
LOOK FOR TESTIMONY,
On the pages of our Pamphlet, or columns of our papers.
A list of as influential names has never been given in
support of any Medicince. We havp there indisputable
testimony of the certain cure of every disease we mention.
The m est thorough investigation is requested. fJF.T A
PAMPHLET. Call on the certifiers or a?k their opinion,
aud you too will use it. It will aflect you di lie rent frf
any other, aud we-think it will du you more good.
O. H. P. SHEETS, Agent,
For SandusKy county.
Wm. Whipp, Bellevue,
T. Diniels, Toledo,
Hamilton & McOentury, Republic,
McCulloch & Thorp, Sandusky,
F. H Boyer, Tiffin.
Jane II, '49. - - lT:Iy
5v ess rssta stBHSSs
iiffn i T' i r, t, i t u-r mm
WESTERS SEW , YORK
COLLEGE OR HEALTH";
30T, Main street, Buffalo, IV. Y.
Vegetable Lithontriptic Mixture.
THIS celebrated retnadjr is conitsntly ioorsssinf its
fame by the many cures it is making
ALL OVER THE WORLD. ; : ;
It has now become the only medicine for family use, and
is particularly recommended for " . - !
., -. PROFSY : r--.:-; v
all stages of this compluiul immediately relieved, no
matter of how long standing, see pamphlet for testi
mony. ..' i . .
' """ "T GRAVEL , '.. '!..'. .
and all diseases of the urinary oresns; forthesedislress-
ing complaints itstands alone; no other article can re
lieve too, and the cures testified to willconvincethe most
sceptical, see pamphlet. Liv,rconiplaint,biliousdiseases,
.. ... FEVER AND AOUE. , .i
To the ere at west especially, and wherever theseeotn-
plaiuts prevail, this medicine is offered. . -, f
,;,.....- ... -KO. MINERAL AGENT,
nodeleterions compound is a part of this mixture, il cures
these diseases with certainty and celerity, and does not
leave the system torpid. See pamphlet.
" " PILES, ' 1 ' i
a complaint of a most painful character, ia ' ? :
; IMMEDIATELT RELIEVED.
and a cure follows by a few days use of this article: it is
far before any other, preparation for this disease, or for
any otner disease originating from impure blood,.. Bee
pauipuieu '. v - c
i . . DEBILITT OF THE BTSTEM,
weak. back, weakness of the.kidaevs. cVc. , oriuflamation
of the same, is immediately relieved hy a few days ass of
mis medicine, aud a cure is always tbe result of its use.
It stands as
A CERTAIN REMEDY
for such somplaints, and also for derangements ei the fe
painful menstruations. No article has ever been offered
except this, which would touch this kind of derangements.
t may be relied upon as a sure and ettecti ve remdr. and
did wo feel permitted to do so, could jiive r ; :
- A THOUSAND NAMES
as proof of cures in this distressing class of complaints.
see pamphle. All broken down, debilitated constitutions
Irom the enect or merenrv, will find the braeine power
of this article to actimmediately, and the poisonons min
eral eradicated Ircm tne system. ..
ERUPTIVE DISEASES "'
will find the alterative qualities of this article
PURIFT., THE. BLOOD, ., . ,
and drive such diseases from the . system see pamphlet
for testimouy of curesin all dieases, which the limits of
an advertisement will not permit to be named therein.
Agents give thera aways and they -.contain 32 paees of
certificates of high character, and a stronger . .
, ; f ; ' ARRAY OF PROOF
of the virtues of a medicine never appeared. : It is one
of the peculiar features of this article that it never fail
to benefit tu anv case, and if bones and muscle are left to'
build upon, let the emaciated and lingering invalid
. .. . , HOPE ON,
and keep taking the medicine as long as there is an im
provement. The proprietor would ' - ,
CAUTION THE PUBLIC '" t
against a number of articles which come ont under the
head bl Syrup.' , iSarsaparillas, di.c. as cures for Dropsy,
Gravel &c: thev are good for nothing, and concocted to
gull the unwary: . .
TOUCH THEM NOT.
Their inventors never thought of curing such diseases
till this article had done it. A particular stodr ofthe
pamphlet is earnestly solicited. .-
A gems aud all who sell the article are glad to circulate
gratuitously. Put up in 30 oz bottles al 2: Win. d.
at $1 each the larger holding 6 oz: more than two small
bottles. Lookout and not get imposed upon. -Every
bottle has " Vaughn's Vegetable Lithoutriptic Mixture, "
blown upon the glass, the written signature of " G. C.
Vaughn," on the directions and "G. C Vsugh, Buffalo"
stamped on the cork. None other are genuine, prepa
red bv Dr.- C. Ct. VHUeh. and sold at the principal othce
207 Main street. Buffalo, at wholesale and retail. No at.
tention given to letters unless post paid orders from reg
ularlv constituted agenls excepted: pot paid tellers ol
verbal communicatioussolicitiiig advice, promptly attend,
ed to. gratis.
Offices devoted exclusively to the sale of this slicle-
132 Nassau street. New York CiH : 295, Essex r Salr-m,
Mass. and by the principal druggists throughout tvlu
ted states and Canada. For sale by : :
C.R. M'CULLOCII, . Lower sandofky.
J. W. Goodson, Bellevue; C." Powers, Woodville;
K. Owen, Tiffin, . VV. Ayres, Upper Sandusky. R.
Perrv. McCulchensville. . -., .
Lower Sandusky, June 3, 1848.
A NEW BOOK BY DR. VM. YOUNO.
SECOND EDITION, JT7ST PUBLISHED, PRICK 25 CENTS.
Tlie JEgi of liifcs . - ,
A TREATISE on Affection, Love and Mar
riage, and the Diseases of Youth, Maturity,
and Old Age, or the Lights and Shades of
Matried Life, (its infelicities and enjoyments. )
'To be or not to be, that is the. question."
(VVith curious cases, illostralisns, Ac.)
"There are more things 'wixt heaven and earth, Horatio.
Than are dreamed of in our Philosophy." Shskspeare,
This book should be in the hands of every yonng man
towowan contemplating marriage. Every school -boy,
and indeed every man or woman, married er single,
should read with care and attention, this Irnly useful work,
as we consider it well adapted to awaken attention to 8
subject more blighting to body, mind aud soul, than any
other vice. u. .
Young or middle aged persons, suffering from dyspep
tic and consumptive symptoms of long standing, hy a
careful perusal of this most wonderful work, will find the
baneful habit here described.
ILT Any one sending twenty-five cents enclosed in a
etler, will receive one copy of this book, by mail, or five
copies will be sent for one dollar. r
ILT All letters are expected to be post Paw, except
hosiveontaiiiing a remittance, and addressed "Dr. WM.
YOUNG, 152 Spruce street, between Fourth and Fifth,
A oice from California ! ! '
Vcvcr ant .Is lie Itetnrtly. ,
THE FOLLOWING LETTER from the most relia
ble source, cannot fail to convince the most scepti-
cai, that the above remedy is one of the best specifics, ev
er offered to the pobiic; more especially, when it is con
sidered that the disease here, assumes its worst form
prostrating the strongest men; and reducing them so
low, as to be scarcely recognizable by their friends altera
week s sickness
Cam. Soring informs me, that after he had disposed of
all of this medicine, he was offered ftlOO a bottle for
some of it.
New York, May 10, 1849.
Mr. Isaac Osgood: Dear Sir On my late vovage to
California, I took out with me a few dozen bottles of
Bonnland'c Fever and Ague remedy, not so much a mat
ter of profit, as to introduce it into that section of the
country, where it is so much needed: an invaluable
lemedy for a disease so prevalent. , .
Mv husines prevented mv giving that attention to the
sale of it, which it deserved, but it passed from second
hands at very much higher prices than those at wnicn i
disposed of it. say 25 or 3D dollars per bottle; and in no
single instance, did I learn of its having been need, where
it was not attended wiin peneci success. '
From Mr. Sutter, (eon of Capt. Salter at New Hel
vetia,) I learned il was 'beyond price.' No man should
go into the gold regions without being armed with this
weapon of defence I have been an eye-witness of a vast
mmintnf distress and suffering, brought on by this dis
ease, of which I believe this medicine to be a complete
and perfect cure. signed, yours truiy,
-r t-t rt ta r . i tt
i. a., otrtiin t7, or snip rauniresa.
Prlcc $1,50 per Itottle.
For sale bv ISAAC OSGOOD, 86 Cedar street, np
stairs. New lork. Also by, .
J. S. OLMSTED, Lower Sandusky, O.. - ;
CHARLES POWER3 fc Co, Woodville, O.
Aug. 25 04.6m ' ' s "--