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- CORRKCTsb WIKKLT oK-THIC, RKIMA1I, FROM TEt ; v ettiB musuin." 4 OHT. - I PIMSJTtVAlHA. Braachss of state Bank, vie: Bank of Erie.. .. .... 35 Union Br Meillon-. . . par i Oank of Lewiatown . . . Farmers br. Ashtabula . par Penn Relief Note. ..3 dis . .3 di Mercha'a br Cleveland, par Pittsburgh , do Coramsrcjul br . do ...pari ueiiigu ihhi ... . , ........ Lumbermen's.... ... Northampton . I l l- Y. .ARron Uraiieh.... .... .pa .Hocking valley fcr, Lan.par Sumintt Co. brauch....psri Suequehaena Co. 5 di T'vilia Del Bridge Co Tawanda bank....... U. states bank... .-..4l die AIIothvlwciePrin8 2di MABTLAKU. "I Balt&Ohio Rail Rd co 5 dis Cumberland bank.... 2 die Urbanna Banking Co. 50 die Mineral bk, CumberPd 5 dis Bank of Maryland..... . Bank of Salsbury oieao orancn.... ..!' Commercial br Toledo.. par Exchange br Columbus. par .1 ranklin br . do , ...par .Delaware br, Delaware. par Xenia. branch at XeniaCpa'r ' Chillicothebr.ChiUicotheparj Franklin br4utncianali. par Meeh. 8& Tr. br, do ,.par Dayton br, at Diyton...pr Jedera'a co.br.Steobv.epar Madrivet vl. br. Spr'lu par Tiqaa branch. ..........par Miami br, Troy.... .....p .Norwalk branch. ......pjr CiU bank of Baltimore- Caroline oauk Denton. Harve de Grasse,,.. 50 dia All otker specie payiug par Farmers' br, Salem.. ..par MICBIOAR. Harrison br, Cadit.... .par Lorain br, E!yria......per Marietta br Marietta.. .par Bank of River Raisen. Michigan Insurance Co. par Merchants' bk,Jackaon br'k Oakland co Bank... .broke ML Pleasant br. Mt Pl'tpar: Portsmouth br, Portsmthpar Wayne Co. br. Wooater par R"ej Co. br, Chill icolhe par K aoz Co. br.Mt Vernon par Par and Mecb... bank. par State bank.... par All other bank...... nncer Michigan state acrip..5dis Belmont br, Bridgeport.pat St. Clair Farmer's dp: Ripley... -pari wucossm. do - Minafield.par Iusurance Checks.... 3 dia rreme Kio. r. Katusu . .par Portage Co.br, Ravauuapari MISSOURI. Slate bk.eud branches par independent or stale atocs . Banks. CAHADA. .-. - Solvent Banks. .... ..3 die .ijCitp Bank of Cleveland. par , IW YORK. City Bank of Columbus-par; Davtoa Bank of Dayton. par Canal Bauk Albauy..40dis Lewis couuty bank.... par Atlas bauk 25 dj James bank... .... ,50 dia City bank of Cincinnati. par -Commercial bank do ..par! JBk of Geauira.Peinesv'e par Oswego hank. .......50 die Weat'o Reserve, Warr'nparj Bank of Buffalo ..5Udi Canal BH. Cleveland.. .parrmua 01 L,yons ..25 dis Franklin Bk. Zaneaville par Com'l bank Buffalo. .10 dis Sandusky City bank .... par BenecaCo. bank, Tiffinpar Com'l bank Oswego. 10 dis Farm dr. Vintners bk ' Local Banks. Bank of Wooter...70 dip Bank of Circle villa...;, par Clinton co. bank. ...10 dis Waterville bank 10 dis security Banks. Clinton Bk. of Oolomtrasperl Bank of Rock port.... 30 dis Bitfayette nk. Cincmnatipar Ohio' Life ds Trust Co. pari St. Lawrence bank.. 75 die State bank Bufialo. . . . 75 dis Rink o Sanduakr. ... 60 die Saten Hand bank.. ..60 dis 'Bank of Norwalk. ...40 dial 'Bank of Mnmi1on......parl Banks of which the charters! - have expired or become Tenth ward bank. ...fraud Alt ether specie paying $0 and over.... . . j prem MSTOCB.T. forfeited. - All solvent banks.... ..par tBank of Cleveland .... par xvr master. ttCem. bk. of Lake Eiie par Vew Hops Del Bridgei "r ranklm Bk. Columbosptir B.ink of Chillicothe....par Com. bk.ofCincinoati.par - 'Franklin bank , do ..par Ptaintield bauk...... All aolvent banks.;. ...par - VIRGINIA. Bank of Norfolk. 1 dis "Dayton bank.... .... .par X Western Reserve.... .par 1 hk Richm'd & br'nchl dis N.W. ba, Whel'g do.. par IBank or Ueanga-... ..par! Bank of the valley....! die Va bk Richm'n&br'ch 1 dia M. fc M. bk. Wheeling par t A. Al Bk. Steuhenvillepar Coiam Diana bank.. . . .par Bank of Xenia ....... .par t Xtelmout Bauk... pari RKW KHOLAHD. All solvent banks... . ..par (jstount rieasanl. ...... pa IHDIAHA. ; Marietta.... . . .pxrj j-JJanesvitla ......... ...par fudiana state bank.... I His Indiana elala script '40, 6 pr j Aluekinguai.. ...... ...pa ct int.... ..JO pr ct prem Cora bank of Scioto. ..5 dis Do I pr Ct int.. . tQ dis , Lancaster. 5 di Tarmera' Bk. Caato.30 dia Bank of Muhattan..90dic Hamilton.... ...10 di Granville ...... ...35di . ILLIBOIS. State bk& branches 50 dia Sliawneetown ...... .75ili SZCUAKGK. Rpecie( selling mtee,2 prem Miami Exp. Co ..40 dis Kxr hange on N. 1 . 15 pr?m - Buffilo.f prem Bank of Cincinnati, . . Bk. Circrovillef 18431 75 dis tBank or Cleveland, redeemed Dy t.d. Clare, rtr TtCom'i bkf Lake Erie, redeemed by R. Hilliard. The new banks of the same name have no connection with these banks. Those banks are re-Orpanized under the law of last : winter Xenia as a branch of the etate bank; Geauga and xit . n ..-- t.1 L. : - TUB KOTE OF PREPARATION FOR TnE-PALL CAMPAIGN! . IS AGAIN HEARD AT , HEAD QUARTERS; yJLnd xdl hands are now busy marking DOWN .fkfr - ' Kreat vt-riety or ury ixooae, .... OF THE SPRlNti- AND SUMMER STYLES, i ' - icix the order has gone forth to SELL, " REGARDLESS OF PROFIT OR LOSS 1 1 ! it fUR HARP" is far from "being on the willows," J on theeontrary, we are toning it to Honble quick time, in order to accommodate the crowds of customers which will be fonnd on the line of march for the OLD BARGAIN SrAND; ia order to secure some of those 25 cent ginghams, which are etoeing off at only one shilling! Those 8 10 and 12 cent calicoea which are selling at sixpence. Those Pyrolese ginghame, cheap in ordinary times at ' 18 and 20 cents, now going at 12 J. And m large lot of thote 18 and 25 cent yard wide ' French mnsliaa which will be cleared out at only one ' shilling. Thee are only a few of the advantages which - will be offered ia closing off their largo stork of spring and - summer goods preparatory to fall operations. ' We are determined not to winter over ' A BAG OF SUMMER GOODS, and are going to give them to the people at their own pri- - eea. The order has been given and the Goods SHALL BE SOLDI ad if competition, ahould doco to the tnne of " High Betty Martin," nine feet high, can't help it. The or der are, to clear the deck, and the deck must be cleared. If in tlje c curat of Qtocnts, the people should get tome SPLENDID BARGAINS'. we don't believe they would think we came by onr goods "Oisnoneetly," as aome merchants seem to be afraid 01; bat, on too contrary, that we mean to five them A SPLENDID BENEFIT, which is just th thing we mean to do. Look out there fore, for A Decent sized Hurricane "abont these days." 22. July 21, W49 J Kf keg Cut Nails best Pittsburgh at only r JLtVr " 4 cents, ureal times lor Dimnrrt as an ather articles ia their line, will be sold in the same pro- portioa. . . ... . . 100 dollar. bags dark green RIO Coffee jnst imported, going at IJ and 14 pounds for one ,.1K AAA poundscleanJV.O. S 11 star some XtliUUv . of it splendid quality, the whole of the above stock- will be sold at 1 he wholeoi TBEMENDCUS BAB3AIHS. Snntlusky if rug Store. Drug, Medicines, Oils, Painia and Dye Stiffs, OFFERED for sale oa terms that cannot bat prove satisfactory to all who wish to purchase the hrst war rsatabls articles, at lowest rates will be found here. - - xt Wholesale and Retail, 'awlstTof Paints, vrts White Lead, R.l Uil, Paris Green, chrome Green, chrome Yellow, Turket Umber, Terra desienna,YellowOchre,Vermill:on.iii..trtTLeail, Lampblack of various qualities. Ivory rth.rk, Chinese Vermillion, Gold and eil ver brouze, f.f v.irijun shades, copat Varnish, and spirits Turpentine. Also Dye Woods and Sfnf fs. , Madder, Iadigo, Alum, Blue Vitriol, cochinrxl, lotion f Tin, Logwood, Fustic, also a good article of Ltin-SCt-d Oil. At i;ljl. Pur Wines, and Brandy for ths sick. Gineer, cream -Tartar, soda, Epsom salts, and castor Oil by the Quan tity; all for casa that is onr moto. Beeswax, Ginseng, sassafraa Bark from the Root, to be 'well washed and dried, and Paper Rage will be taken in exchange for Goods at theireash prine. ' r:- ' - SHEETS fe BELL. Lower SauduskyJune 23, '49. SPECIE TAPLE. . GOLD COINS, , . Countries. , Austria, Bolgium, Bremrn nnd Benmark, , . . England, , Coins. Sovereign, Ducat, William, Ducats, Guinea, ' . Sovereiggr D. C. .iS 33 2 29 8 2 5 4 3 1 , 4 3 1 9 16 3 6 2 10 25 09 87 85 79 30 97 82 44 47 88 91 29 43 Louis, France, Madras, Portugal, .. Prvssia. Russia, Sandinio, . Spain, Tuscanv, Star PogodaPl . Jlnlf Joannes,' .Frederick, Imperial, ' CarliBo, . Doubloon, Pistole, 1802, Rnspone, Sequin, . Duoat, Tuscany and Venice, Venice, . SILVER COINS. - ' ' Austria, Belgium, Rix Dollar, -Ducatoon, Florin, 1816, . Patuca, 1801, Rix Dollar, Crown, (new) Five Frank p., . llix Dollar, Guilder, or Florin, Rupee, 1818 . Ducat, 1818, Rix Dollar, Ruble. 1802, Scudo, Scudo, -Dollar, C , Rix Dollar, Piastre, 1818, ?' " Ducat, 96 19 40 70 06 08 93f 07 39 44 79 9 el 73 87 93 99f 04 18 75i t Brazil, Bremen, ' ' England, trance, Hamburgh, Holland, Madras," ., Naples, Prussia Russia, Sardinia, Sicily, Spain, Sweeden, Turkey, Venice, Fiirniins Lands for Sn!c. f RHE subscriber is agent for the following t lands, which ho is authorized to sell low and on reasonable terms of credit : . -r 8ANDCSKY TOWNSHIP. ... , - Part No. acres. R. 15 .32 east half south-west quarter, 80 " " 28 east half north-east quarter, 80 " - undivided reserve tract N 3, ". ' , BALLVILLB TOWNSHIP. . 15 -. 4 27 west half south east Quarter, , . 80 r SCOTT TOWnBHIP. ' 18 4 26 s equar of n equar e qr s e qr, 120 35 s e qr of n e qr e qr of s w qr, 120 " ' " 36 north-east qr of north-west qr, 40 M " 15 south-east ar of north-east qr, 40 1 . ' "" '- WASHIKOTON TOWNSHIP. ' " 14 5 4 north-west qr of north-west qr, 43 18 south-west qr of south-east qr, . 40 " " 19 east half north-west qr, 90 " 6 25 north half south-east qr, 80 " " 26 nwqr whlfneqrneqrswqr, 280 " ' 27 n hlfne qr of s w qr, 360 wt " 28 ehlf n w qr nlilf of s w qr, 560 29 east half, 320 - 32 n hlf of n ear s hlf of s ear, 160 " " 30shfofehfofn whf&seqrofs wqr, 97 " M 33 s w or w hlf of se qr e hlf of n e qr n w qr of n e qr, - 360 " " 34 west half of north-west qr, " 80 14 5. 31 north-east or, ...... 160 WOODVILLE TOWNSHIP. ' 10 e hlf of s w qr w hlf of s c qr 13 6 w hlf of n e qr a s e qr of n w qr, 360 9 east half south-east qr, . 80 , .1. RICK TOWNSHIP." 30 w hlf of s w qr n e qr of s w qr - 15 '6 " n w qrof s e qr n e qr ot n w qr, 5S00 25 a e qr of s e qr n c qr of s e qr, 80 26 n w qr of n e qr, .-- - 40 28 south half, 320 32 north half, 320 35 north half of north-west qr, 80 30 west half south-west qr, 80 . OTTAWA COUNTY. 7 (T 7 7 33 south-west quarter, 160 22 whole section, 640 19 north-west quarter, 149 2 east half of south-west quarter, 80 " " 31 north-west quarter, 130 " " 30 south-east quarter, ' 134 14 8 31 s qr of ne qr n hlf of s e or, 160 13 8 32 s part of north-east quarter, 81 ' " . 35 south qr of south-west qr, 80 - - 36 south-west quarter, 160 15 7 26 s w qr n w hlf of s e qr, - 240 14 " 8 west hlf of north-east qr, 80 ' - " WOOD COUNTY. 12 7 35 south-west quarter, 160 " " 34 south-east quarter, 160 " 4 25 s hlf of s e qr, (Montsromerv.) 80 U. S. Res. sec. 15, undivided two-thirds, w hlf of s e qr a two-thirds s w qr, 169 ' R. P. BUCKLAND. Lower Sandusky, April 21, 1849. - 9 CHANCERY NOTICE. Lemuel G. Jones and ) Rassilas P. Jones, J Court of common pleas, VS. i Sandusav count v. O. James P. Berry, et al J BY virtue of a decretal order, issued out of the court of common pleas of Sandusky county, and state of Ohio, to roe directed and delivered, 1 shall otter at public sale at the door or the court house, in Lower sandusKy, in said county, on the 13th day of October next, between the hours of ten o'clorz A M, and four o'clecx P M, the following lands and tenements, to wit: Being the west half of the south-west quarterof section number twenty-nine, (29) township number six, (6) north of range fonrteeu ea&t, eontaiuing eighty acres more or less. And the south half of the south-west quar ter of the north-west quarter ol section number twenty nine, (29) township number six (6) north, of range four teen, containing twenty acres more or less, in Sandusxy county, Ohio. Ttiaen as the property of James P. Berry, et al, to sat isfy a decree in ftvor of Lemuel G Jones and Rassilas P Jones. CHESTER EDGERTON, Sept. 1 25:5 Special Master. Clianccry Notice. State of Ohio, Sandusky county court of common pleas Jn chancery. Ebenezer W. Anns, vs. Richard Carman. 13 virtue of a decretal order issued out of the court fj of common pleas of Saniluskv county Ohio, to me directed and delivered I shiill ofli-r at public nale, at the door of the court house inLower Snndnsky in said county on the fifteenth dav of October. A. O. 1849. between the hours prescribed bv law, the following described lands and tenements to wit: The south half of the north-east quarter of section number three in township number four, north of ranee number fourteen, containing; ninety one and ninety-two one-hundiedths acres. And the north -west quarterof the uortii-eaM quarter ot the same section, containing forty-five and ninety-six one-hundredtbs acres, except one acre in the north-west corner in such form as to in clude the buildings thereon. And the south-east quar ter 01 the north-west qnarter 01 the same section, con taining forty-six aad twelve nne-liuiidredths acres in Sandusky county. Ohio, being- the lauds deeded by Ja cob Fraber and wife to said Carman. Taken as the pronertv of Richard Carman, to satisfy a decree in said court in favor of Lbenezrr W, Arms. and against said Carman. R. P. BUCKLAND, Sept 826 :5 Master iu Chancery. THE OLD CORNER . IS BEING REPLENISHED WITH The Most Attractive and Magnificent Stock of Goods, EVER EXHIBITED IN SANDUSKY! Notwithstanding its High Reputation I), Primitive Times, its Attractions now far OUTSTRIP ITS PALMYEST DAYS. TT is only necessary to inform the public that these Goods were purchased ENTIRELY WITH CASH, since the great decline of from 15 to 25 per cent, on almost all articles especially Dry Goods, Silks, Leghorn and Straw Bonnets, &c, which of course will enable them to be sold at prices so low that competition may 'hangils harp upon the willow.' It will be impossible to enumerate article and prices in the apace allotted in a newspaper; suffice it to say, we have acres of Ury Uoods cords of Llomestics quarter sectione of magnificent Carpeting from la 6d, to the finest all-wool Ingrain tone of Groceries Hard ware and CrocKery in the greatest abundance, and to spare; Cups and saucers atl6d; a lot o . Roots and ShOOes uncounted, som e of the 'finkbt' that ever graced 'earth's fairest forms;' Leghorn and Straw Bonnets, so cheap that people actually thinK we hooked them . ailk goods, ribbons, artificial flowers, wreaths, ; equal to ..." those worn ,' - : by the upper ten thou- ' ' Bands' of Broadway, ginghams, lawns, chambreya, de laines, filet, Hermina, Chamelion, Canton, and embroidered crape and California ahawls, which. shine like the golden sanda of the Sacrimento; gloves, frinires, Jenny Linde buttons for ladiea dresses, gimp, &c, in fact, all the latest styles of Yankee Notions to be found in marKet; Colored and W bite Cotton Xaru and goiug like the 'morning dew.' READY MADE CLOTHING: so cheap we can find a suit, coat, pants and vest, all for $2,5U! who would wear old cloinesf copper ana urass kettlee, wash-tubs, buckets, wooden boxes to keep your bread from the trespassing 'varmints,' Bond-boxes only 1 shilline-, fair lady keep your bonnet from soiling, Wall and Window-curtain Paper, Landscape and Portrait de siirns. call and see them; Palm Hats aud Cloth Caps in abundance; thousands of other articles might be enu merated, but the reader would be much better edified in viewintronr poods at the counter and we respectfully so licit a call before purchasing, believing that we have the ability to give greater bargains than any other establishment. A. is. TAILUlt Birchard Sc. Dickihson's Old Stand, ? .. Lower SandueKy, May 26, '49. 5 14 CABINET R00M.1 f I iHE under signed having bought out J. W. Steven I son, would respectfully give noticethat he continues the business of CABINET MAKING in nil its branches at ths old stand, on Croghan street, and solicits a liberal share of patronage. He will keep constantly on hand, and manufacture to order Extra, Common and Dressing Bnreans, , bTAflUH, TAliLUS, AJU REUS TEAKS of everv style and price: Also, every other article in the Cabinet line which may be wanted. His work shall be got op in as good style as at any other establishment in the country, and afforded at as reasonable rates. , .,: ..J . The subscriber is also agent for Whitman & Cotton's CLEVELAND MARBLE FACTORY: and will make contracts for Tomb-Stones, or any other Marble work on aa favorable terms as they can be made at Head Quarters. r . H. CALDWELL. Lower Sandusky, March 8, 1849. To the Hccf-IiOving Citizens of LOWER SANDUSKY. T GRC2YD would take this method of informing oj . the citizens of this village, that he intends to keep his market well supplied with beet, rork, veal and iviut ton, so that on every day of the week they caa be suppli ed with such nieces as they like. He will endeavor to have Beef in market every J. " -f - Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Veal, mutton and Purk on other days of the weeK. He therefore invites his old and new customers to call on him and thev shall ever find him trebe and ready Jund 9, '49. 16:3m New and Fashionable B oot anil Shoe Shop. r rHE undersigned, has opened a BOOT and SHOE I shop OD . ' '' Main street, two doors north of the Post Office, in Lower Sandusky, and is now manufacturing to order every thing in the above line with neatness and despatch. His materials are of the best quality, his workmen are ex perienced, and all work is warranted. He intends to supply this marset with beautiful and fashionable GENTLEMEN'S BOOTS, Men's, Boys', aud Children's Boots Shoes and Brogans, Cowhide and Kipskin, as well as pumps, slippers, &o Also, Ladiea' and Misses' slippers Buskins, Gaiters itc, all done up in neat and fashionable style, and delivered with promptness and despatch. 'I he subscriber requests a liberal share of the public patronage, aud is determined to merit the same. - GEORGE WIGSTEIN. June 23, '19. 18:6m A Foice from California ! ! BONPLAND'S ' . I'cver atitl mlgite Kemedy. . 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 public: more especially, when it is con sidered that the disease here, assumes its worst form orostratinir the strongest men; and reducincr them so low, as to be scarcely recognizable by their friends after a week's sickness Capt. Spring informs me, that after he had disposed of all ol thi3 medicine, he was ottered ilUU a bottle lor some of it. New York, May 10, 1849. Mr. Isaac OsifOO .: Dear Sir On my late vovaee to California. I took out with me a few dozen bottles of Bonpland'c Fever and Ague remedv, 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 eineuv lor a disease so prevalent. My husines prevented my giving that attention to the sale of it, which it deserved, but it passed from second hands at very much higher pricea than those at which 1 disposed of it, say ordu dollars per bottle; and in no single instance, did I learn of ils having been used, where it was not attended with perfect success. from Mr. Sutter, (sou ol Uapt. butter at iew Hel vetia,) 1 learned it was 'beyond price.' No man should go into the gold regions without being armed with this weapon of defeuce 1 have been an eye witness of a vast amount of distress and suffering, brought on by this dis ease, of which I believe this medicine to be a complete and perlect cure. feigned, yours truly, J. H. SPRING, of ship Huntress. Price $1,50 per Bottle. f or sale ov isaau uouuuli, 00 uedar street, up stairs, Piew lorn. Also ny, J. S. OLMSTED, Lower Sandusky, O. CHARLES POWERS & Co., Woodville, O. Aue. 23 24.6m TOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE AND RENT. IN LOTS number 135 and 136, in the original town of Lower Sandusxy, being the late resideuce of A VV Cutter. In-lots 46 in SandusKy, and 1 0 in Grant's addition, on which is a large BricK House &c, formerly belonging to John S'ahl. !n-lots 35 and 36 in plat oalled North Town, Known as the Magee Ware-house property. It is also to rent till sold; possession given IstofJune next. In-lot 1 18 with Store and other Buildings, built hv A Morehouse, and is also to rent until aold, except the Odd Fellow's Hall In-lots in Sandusxy, 138, 139, 155, 160, 99, 99, 170, and part 174 and 52 in East Town. for terms apply to, K r BUCKLAND. April2I,M9. 9 THAT NIMBLE SIXPENCE. JOHN S. WEEKS, ' Inrites he Citizens of Lower Sandusky, AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY, TO CALL AND EXAMINE HIS SPLENDID STOCK OF - Hew (Roods, JUSTRECEIVED &NOW OPENING AT THE East Corner Store Room of ' WHYLER'S BRICK BLOCK, NO. I: Consisting in part of Broadcloths, Cassimeres, Sat inetts, Tweeds, Jeans and Corduroy, and an end less variety of Men.s and Boys' Summer wear, from 10 cents up to 2 shillings. Ticking, Drilling and Factory cheaper than the cheapest. : : . Boots and Shoes, of all size, quality and prices, from two shillings to $1,00. Co the aVcs of tovoev Saniuskg, ' he would say it is only necessarp for you to call and ex amine his new Summer Drvss Goods, and you are sure to purchase, delain, rept do. berages, lawns, va rious patterns, blacK, plaid and fancy Alpaccas, French gingham, liuen do., damasK do , gingham lawn, aud va rious other styles and patterns, . SHAWLS! SHAWS!! A great variety, consisting of Canton crape, silk, be- rage, Thibet, cashmere, brocha, muslin de laine, wool be rages, cotton do., and lots of pretty summer shawls of all kinds and styles. AND THOSE BONNETS ' " Tell it not in Gath," publish it only in the streets of Lower SandusKy. We cau beat the Jews, and sell them lower than the Gentiles. Leghorn from 50 cents to $3,011 can't be beat at 'Head lnarters,' open braid, pimp, Tuscan, Rough and Readv, velvet, crape, silk, and in fact, almost any kind you may call for, ao low that (I don't suppose you would think I 'hooked tliem,) you would think that the New Yorkers hooked them, or nev er 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 them and says they they are the nicest in the city fast colors, which can't wash out. HATS AND CAPS, any price yon may call for, from 5s to $4; wool, Leghorn, straw, palm, etc. , ivc GROCERIES, Susrar, Coffee, Tea, Molasses, Salaeratus, Tobacco, Rice, &c. Also Fish, Bacon, Pork and Flour constant ly on hand. Crockery, Hard-ware, Hollow-warei Tin-ware and Wooden-ware &c, &c. In offering this stock of goods to the public I would say, that you will find only one price, which ahall be at as small advance above New York cost as we can sell and live, for which I must have in exchange Cash or Produce, as I wish to be positively understood, you must pay for the goods when you get them. Onr motto is 'live and let live.' ID Cash paid for Wheat, Corn, Oats, Wool and all kinds of seeds. :- ; JOHN & WEEKS. June 2. '49. 15 N. B. See our advertisement in another column for READY MADE CLOTHING. D. BETTS, HAVING RECEIVED HIS SPRIjVG stock, of goods, Flatters himself that he can 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 PHE great decline of Goods in the eastern markets. I well enablea him to sell Goods cheaper than has ever been offered in this market. He would solicit an early call from all those who may come to this inarKet to purchase uoods. tits stock consists in part 01 Dry Goods, blue, black and brown broadcloth, cassimeres, satinetts. Kentucky jeans, tweeds, flannels &c, &c. Ladies' Or ess iiootls Silk and Canton warp alpaccas, mohairs, cashmeres, muslin' de lanes, printed lawns; a large and splendid stock of calicoes most beautiful styles, warranted fast colors. Also a full assortment of bleached goods, such asiackonetts, bobiuetts, laces, edgings, SrC. Also dress and satin silks, ribbons, handkerchiefs, cravats, and variety of summer shawls, silk, gingham and calico par asols, Umbrellas, otc. . , ... COTTON GOODS; such as sheetings and shirtings, bed-tickings, yarns, carpet warp, batting and wadding. " STRAW GOODS, . . Leghorn, China pearl, gimp and straw bonnets, Ladies' traveling basxels, Leghorn, straw, palm-leaf, fur aud wool hats. Coots & BIjocs, Sole & Upper Xmttjer, - - ALSO A FULL ASSORTMENT OF Crockery and Glass-ware, . GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS, . Paints, Oils, Dye-stnffsdtc - also a full assortment of hard-ware, from a needle up to the best of imported mouse-hole anvils, Iron, Nails Glass &c. Iu conclusion be would say that the above Goods were selected with great care, and cannot fail to give satisfaction, both as to quality and price, to all who may give theru an impartial examination, as he does not intend to be undersold by any establishment west of New York. All kinds of produce will be receiv ed in exchange for Goods. N. B. The highest market price will be paid iucasJl, for Wheat, Corn, Oats and Wool.- Lower Sandusky, June 2. '49 -15 IiOWER SANDISKY Clothing Store. If you want to buy Ready-made Clothing Cheap, BRICK BLOCK, NO. 1 IS THE PLACE FOR YOU TO GET Or eat bargains ! ! WE intend to keep constantly on hand the largest and best selection of Clothing in Sandusky, and we do not intend to be Under sold. New supplies every month of latest styles and fashions. Our stock consists in part of. Black, blue blk, blue and brown Broadcloth Dress and Frock coats. Tweede, Jeanes. cassimere, sattinette, cordingtou and Croton sack and Frock coats. Broadcloth, cassimere cordmgton, corduroy and sattin ette Pants. Satin, silK, silk velvet, camel hair and Vel eucia Vests. Shirts, bosoms, collars, handk'fs, stocks. eravats, suspenders, socks, hats and caps, cec.; in fact, almost every thing any body calls for in the clothing iine, whieh we will sell at a very small proht tor the Dimes. Highest price paid for all Kinds of country produce. J. S. WEEKS. July 7, '49. 20 Cholera Cordial. 1 safe, certain and effectual preventive and cure for Cholera and Cholera Morbus in all stages. rights Cordial is prepared and recommended by I ihe best French and English physicians and can be relied noon in all cases. The proprietor feeling that the Cholera is a disease that should not be trined with, and that to palm on upon the public an article that cannot be relied upon would be jeapordizing the life of all who use it feel great confi dence in ottering this article to the public, it having stood the test iu thousands of cases in France, Euglaud and tjermany. Nothing can be better, and one bottle will in most ca ses effect a cure it taken in time. Every family shonld have a bottle on hand, ns all are liable arid the Cordial Bhould be given immediately up on the first symptoms. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of enre. Sold only by C. R. McCULLOCH. June 2, '49. (15) Lower Sandusky. " ''' ' THIS " " Old Established Remedy . - :. v Is now put up in the . . - , LARGEST SIZED BOTTLES ! ' '' And is acknowledged to be the . BEST SARSAPAR1LLA! made, as ia certified fay the WONDERFUL CURES It has performed. ' The original copte of Tbick are in the - -possession of (he proprietor. R E MEMBER! That Bristol's is the only . - TRUE & ORIGINAL ARTICLE y And is now brought before tire public in a ' - " LARGER BOTTLE! : j i rhan ever ottered by any vender: " " ' . The proprietor is determined that the moa rkpitatio - it has acquired for the Inst 13 years sliall be maintained, bo matter at whatsaertnee. .... -'- Purchasers ii!tit he catrftil, if thev wish the PURR EXTRACT of Sarsnparilla. 10 call for "Bristol's Original Sarsnparilla," in the larg ui tited aoUes ever offered, atr One Hollar ier bottle. - - . - - ? New York General Depot, 34 ortlancH-St. Buffalo Depot, 226 Main Street. f, r . r i r-- ejf Onlen atiilrcssetl Wiir. RraneR.'NewYork, or"C. C " Bristol, Bulfalo, will meet with prompt attention. , ..... O. II. P. SHEETS, Agent, ,: For Sandusky County. June II, '49. ' ' I7:ly S ARS APAR I LLA,W JLD CHERRY This valuable Medicinal prcpnratiou DIFFERS ENTIREI.Y : from any simple Extract of Sarsapnrill.i ' or common J purifying Medicine It is a compound of many ot the MOST CLEANSING MEDICINES, -With others acting directly oa the Kidneys, or having im- ' j - mediate reference to tlie relief and continued healthy one- . ration of sonic internal on-ans. It contains articles which cuter into no other preparation in existence, and ( IT IS ITNRIVAI4JED :! V In purifying and refreshing effects, by any Medicine in" ' the world. It is put np - v- -.; v ? IN LARGE BOTTLES, ; -im very pleasant to the taste, and w more concentrated, . STRONGER, BETTER AND GlIEAPEIt v Than any other i market. Persons who hrtve taken -"Sarsnpnrillas" by the gallon without relief, have been' .. radically cured by using two or tbrw; Joules. "r . This is the only Compound in which Sarenpariltn, Wild , ' Cherry and Dandelion are so prepared, 10 olfer the pecw' liar virtues of each, in combination with pure Extracts of othes healing articles in a highly couceuirateU state. Its ingredients are 'r ? PURELY VEGETABLE, . And are such roots and barks a are found tlioiiph chiefly atlectitig certain parts in their ccuernl tendency to pro ducc the most cleansing and healing ejfects. IT IS IMPOSSIBLE ; ' -To cure many disease?, Dropsies. KMaey Complaints, &.C. draw oil" Watery Humors from tlie- Bloc!, or corrupt and irritating secretions of diseased organs from tlie body. . without the thorough off ration am the Kuwsets, as caused by this Medicine. No other extract'eveu pretend to tlits ejj'cct. In fact this very eration for which it is particviarly compounded differs from all oiher prepara tions, and makes it the best compound in existence, ' f IN ALL CASES OF DROPSY, ? Use this medicine. It mill relieve.- It hos ettred tohen . life ittetf was despaired of. It contains articles that iciU enre if anything ran and takes the only method to make permanent cures. This Remedy . PURIFIES AND DRIVES OVT All impure and trross humors, not only by working direct-; ly on the blood, hut by restoring each organ- to heahby vigor, and especially increasing the action of those which draw from the body, and lastingly remove all . IMPURE OR DISEASED ELUIDS. AH diseases originating in a depmvpd state of the vital fluids. Eruptions, Ulcers, Sores, Collection of Watery Humors, DISEASES OF THE BLOOD, Will find this the best alterative, and mostcleaning Me dicine, far before any other in invigorating effect. It ' ' has worked some of the greatest cure of lHseaes ui the - . Urinary Organs, ... - - . - - - DISORDERS OF THE KIDNEYS, , vy" Bladder, Sec, A splendid diuretic, If o extract is to good , for Weakness of the Kidneys, Weak Hack, Sclent ion or. Involuntary flow of Urine, Burnitig.or Eseahfing, Involun tary Emissions or other irritability, RkSTkmbkr. the only . Medicine that heals these parts, in Scrofulous habits of fce System, Lax and weakened states, CONSUMPTION CbUGIIS, Wasting diseases of the Lungs, Tains jn the Breast, &e. the soothing Pectorals and hnicing Tonics, heal tl:e Lunrs most kindly, and strengthen the body, while the acrid humors that load the system am cleansed. The relieving action of the Kidneys is marked in Lung disease. It is warranted superior to any preparation Sudden attacks from Exposure are certainly cured. FEMALE COMPLAINTS, For Irregular. Suppressed or painful Menstruation, Fluor Alhus, Uterine Diseases, or any derangement of the Fo- - male Frame. It never disappoints expectation. A? com mon medicine will reach these derangements. This Com pound contains certain Roots, the best end only ones that should be used. It cures the most aggravated forms. GENERAL DEBILITY AND DECLINE, twill refresh immediately. A few days' use wilt con- vi nee the incredulous. The appetite increased the nerves so quiet spirits raised and new. Pure and Rich ; Blood takes the place of vitiated and corrupt. USE IT IN YOUR FAMILIES. You will never be without it. It will do more good and rure more siwedily, tlie hundreds of petty diseases, Colds, ; Lowel Complaints, Impure Ulood, &c. than any thing " vou have ever tried. Look at Certificates. The Weak est I nfa nt or most delicate Female can take it tcith per feet safety. j , BEAR IT IN MIND. -That this is the only medicine that has ever cured the low, wearing Ship Fever, as attested by the oaths of some . thirty of the cured, and you will acknowledge THERE IS SOMETHING IN IT. Where obstructions of the organs have caused deposits, GRAVEL, 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 cure. THE WORST FORMS Of Diseases of the STOMACH and BOWELS, Costive ness, DYSPEPSIA, with Debility, Ac. For Ilowel Com- . plaints it can be relied on as a certain remedy. Also, when accumulation of bile has caused BILIOUS DISEASES, Jaundice, fce., or when they nre coming on, take this and you are safe. It carries off the corrupt bile rapidly, by tlie natural channels, and eases immediately. It has cured LIVER COMPLAINTS Of years standing as certificates testify. It always gives satisfaetion. Try it. Great Physicians prescribe aluays diuretics. This compound is excellent Dandelion aloue is almost specific. LOOK FOR TESTIMONY, On the pages of our Pamphlets, or columns of our papers. A list of as influential names has never been given in : support of any Medici nee. We have there indisputable testimony of the certain cure of every disease ice mention. The most thorough investigation is reanested. CET A PAMPHLET. Call on the certifiers or ask theiropinion, -and you too will use iu It will a fleet you different frc any other, and we think it will do you more good. O. H. P. SHEETS, Agent, For SandusKy county. Wm. VVhipp, Bellevre, T. Daniels, Toledo, -Hamilton & McCentnry, Republic, McCulloch & Thorp, Sandusky, . F. H Boyer, Tiffin. June II, '49. 17:Iy S r-ayi & V x""r. WJESTEHS JVEW lOBK , i-j ! . COLL EGE OF HEALTH' . . 20T, Main street, Buffalo, H. Yv;: , . . . . ..... OR. G. C: VAUGHN'S - - J Vegetable ' JLithontriptic ' Mixture. ''; t THIS Celebrated remedy "Is constantly Increasing it fame by the maey-curee it-is making - ALL OVER THE WOBLD. i It has now become the only medicine or family nseand is particularly recommended for ' all elagee of tliie complaint immediately relieved;' iio mfttler of how Ian v KtAttAine. Tmmm un,h,t lor mml . . GRAVI1. , i i and all diseases of the urinary organs; forthese distress ing complaints itstanda aloue; no .olher article eaa. re lieve yon. and the enres testihed to willconmce the most sceptical. aeepamphleL. t,ivercompUiut,bilioasdisese, To the ereat west esfaeeraHy, and irhereverthese com plaints prevail, this medicine is offered. ' " "; no deleterious compound is a part of this mixtoret ileurea these diseases with certainly and celerity, and doet.nct leave ine system torpia.-oee pampnieu -. a complaint or most paiiirol cnaracter, is - ' ; ' ! 'IMMEDIATELr RELIEVED. . and a core follows hy a few days ase of this article! it is far before any other preparation for this diseaee,.orlbr any.other disease originating from, impure bloojd.JSea pamphlet. - i - ' irViJ , DEBILITT OF THE SYSTEM, V weakhach, weakness of the kidneys', Sec, orinflamation of the same, ia immediately relieved by a few days use of tins medietas, ana a cure is always tbe result -of itsose. 1 1 stands a ;..:.,) '-.-..' A ?Cf ir i' t-S w.'OKBTAUr. BZMCtr' tL for such eomplaints, and also far derangements of the fe male frame, '.' IRBKartABIIfESi BUPraES810H8 ' ' J -painful-menstruations." No article has ever "been offered except this,, hie h wouldtouch this kind of derangements. It may be relied upon as aure and eifettive remedy, and did we feel permitted to do so, conld give , ' ' .: j ,.4 ,vy V,.'-' A- XapCSANO -JAMBS-V.?i-JZll, as proof of enresin this distressing class of complaint, seepamphle. ; AH broken down, debilitated constitutions from the effect of mercury, wHI find iiia brecine power or tins article to aclimmediately, aud the poisonous min eral eradicated frenv the system; ' & " --. ' " ' - ERUPTIVE 'DISEASES ',1: 5 "rj,i? - ''"T fa -tl "f ni will find the alterative qgaiities of,-this article, y and. drive such diseases from the system-r-sea pamphlet for testimony f cures ia all diease, which the iiuiits ef an advertisement will not permit to. ba. named therein Agents give them away: aud they contain 32 pages of certificates of high character, and a stronger : 9.; J--. (. ilUT AI fBOOFwi-s.'.-' s- of the virtues of a medicine never appeared. "It is no of the peculiar features of ,- this article that it never fails to benefit iu any case, and if bones and muscle ere left to una upon, lei tne emaciuiea ana lingering mvana ' ? 5,HQPB ON; ! s'Tf. - ' and keep taking the medicine as long as there ieaa im provement.' The proprietor would 'J' " ' v f ''.!" CAUTION nB' PTJDLIC " " against a number of articles which come ont omler the head f &yrupf Ssrsaparillais &-c.-. cares Cor Drojie, Gravel &cs they are good for nothing, and concocted lo gull the uuwary! f wi ; i, ; r j ; ' fi i--.,-,. .' T&rCtl TIIBM SOT. -'; Their inventors never rtiou"Eht of curing" snch disease's till this ertie'e had done it. A particular stndv of lii'e pamphlet is earrfestly solicited.- " ' i-.y- .-i A gents and all who sell the article are glad to circnlate graluitonsly. Pot up in 30 wt." bottles at 2: 10 e. d at $1 each the larger holding G ox: more than two smalt bottles. ' Look oat and not get imposed upon. "Erery bottle has Vaughn's Vegetable iithontriptic Mixture," blown upon tlie ulua", the rittei sigmiture of 6yQ. Vaoglin," on the directionsand "O. C.; yngh,.BifFi'oJ stamped on tlie eork. None other are geiiriine. . I're'pa red hy Dr: C. G. Vangh, and sold- at the principal ofBcs au main street, unnaio, ac wnoieeaie ana reiau. iw ar tention given to' letters unless post paid orders from reg ultrly constituted agents excepted: pott-paid letters or verbal commouicatiuussoliciling advice, promptly ttud ed to, gratis. -1 . . - . - ; ; ? Offices devoted exclusively, to the sale of this a.licle 132. Nassau street. New York City: 295, Essex a . Sak-in Mas?, and by the principal druggist throughout I jl ti ted states and -Canada.- " " Fer 'sale.by" ' i - V 5 C.R. MCCULLOCH. Lvwersndik-jvL J.'-Wj Goodson, Bellevoe;' C. Powers-,-".Wadvtllee -J. K. Owen, Tiffin, W. Ayres, Upper, Sandusky,, R.. Perry, McCulchensville. ' ' '"''-'; J . Lower sandusky, June 3, 1848. . . '.. ." MARRIAGE, &C. , A NEW BOOK BY Dll WM. YOUNG;, f . ..... .... j - SECOND EDITION, JUST PUBLISHED, PRICE 25 CENTS. The JEgis of JLife: , ? . ' .-t- A TREATISK on Affection, Love and Mar riage, and the Diseases of Youth, Maturity, aud Old Age, or the Lights and Shades of Matried Life, (its infelicities and enjoyments.) i "To be or not to be, that is Ihe question. - jf (With curious cases, illustralisus, &c.) f "There are more things wixt heaven aud earth, Horatio", Than are dreamed of in our Philosophy." Shakspeara. This book shonld be in the hands of every young man to wowan contemplating .marriage. Every school-boy, and indeed every man or woman, married or single. should read with care and attention, this truly useful work. as we consider it well adapted to awaken attention to m subject more blighting to body, mind and soul, than any other vice. ." .: ;- - Young or middle aged persons, suffering from dyspep tic and consumptive, symptoms of long standing, by careful perusal of this most wonderful work, will find the baneful habit here described. . ; -.' , y Any one sendinsr twentv-fivo cents enclosed in a letter, will receive one copy of this book, by mail, or five copies will be sent for one dollar. - ' Uj All letters are. expected to be post paid, except those eontainiugn remittance, and addressed "Dr. WM" YOUNG, 152 Spruce street, between Fourth and fifth, Philadelphia." ; - ; - - ... .; : ':'r On IlaiirJ Again! The Old Emporinm is Replenished! G 0 ODS OF EVER Y KIND HA VE FELL And are: now so cheap tiof every man, woman and child can my as much vgatn as they formerly ? could for' the same; money:r TV- D. COOKE, hasjust returned from New J . YorK with a large assortmentof Ooottn, wnieh he now intends to offer to the pnblic at bargains with which all will be satisfied. Consisting of a general as sortment of . 15ry Woods, u Groceries, Hard-ware and CROCKERY. He would say to his old customers that he is nnder mauv obligations to them for their natron ace heretofore. and would cordially invite them to come to the OLE EM PORIUM again, as he can supply all their wants, and give them good bargains: come on, then, all who want goods. Rich or Poor all are treated alike at this estab- ishment. Juno 2, '49. FASHIONABLE TAILORING. P. MAXWELL, , y ESPECLFULLY annonnces that he continues his IV business in the second stoiy of Knapp's building. opposite Burger's old stand, where he will be happy to wait on his old customers end all who need any thing in his line. If yon want your garments mode un right, and after the Latest Fashion call on MAXWELL. ; N. B. Particular attention paid to Cutting and warrant ed to fit if properly made op. April 28, '49, :