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, Fauquibb McRsa. In noticing the fact
' that it was this devoted and generous 'youth
who gave his place of safety to Judge Roches
ter of New-York on that awful night when the
Pluoskl was. wrecked, the Norfolk Deacon pays
the following tribute to his memory:
"It was just such conduct as might have
been anticipated from the manly spirit of Mc
Rae. lie first assisted Judge Cameron, before
be fell in with Judge Rochester. . Judge Cam
eron did not succeed in reaching the wreck and
was lost. ; Judge R. was taken up by the boat,
and was lost in the surf as he attempted to
land. Both were denied the power of record
ing their gratitude to the heroic self-denial and
magnanimity of McRea. . When it is recollec
ted that McRae was in the prime of life, not
yet thirty, blessed with wealth and indulging
the prospect of a long and happy life, how rea
dily might he have been excused, if, hurled by
a terrific explosion from his bed into the sea, at
dead of night, amid the shrieks of women and
children and groans of the wounded, he had
thought of his own safety , and left others, to
whom he was only bound by the ties of human
ity, to shift for themselves? , But this young
, man was true to the promptings of the most
chivalric spirit, and spent his own life in the
attempt to rescue others. Itis almost certain,
that had McRae clung to the settee, which he
relinquished to Judge Rochester, he would
have been rescued precisely as the Judge was;
and as he was young and vigorous, he might
have escaped with others when the Judge was
drowned on the beach. It was a custom ot
Rome when a citizen saved the life of another,
to present him with a civic wreath; but how
much brighter and enduring ought that to be
which is destined for the brow of a youth such
as Mo. who, under circumstances of extreme
peril, saved, for a time, the lives of two. emi
nent citizens at the sacrifice of his own His
friends and relatives may well deplore his loss
to reflect that the object of their regard, esti
mable as he was in life, covered himself in the
hour of death with imperishable honor.
Warmest Wbather in 30 Ybars The
Portland Mirror says We learn that on the
9th inst. the Thermometer kept by Professor
Cleveland in .Brunswick, and winch has had
the same position for SO years past, stood, at
the hour of 11 A. M. at 98J half a degree
higher than at any othertime lor the whole 30
years. On Wednesday the 11th inst. the
same Thermometer was up to 88
" The Canton Democrat States, that the Hon
orable Wilson Shurrnort was drawn in a Ba
rouche on the 4th of July. What an aristo
crat. Could htf not walk? Query, as to his
being an hortorable, what office did he ever
hold, except that of Prosecuting Attorney?
Michigan, instead of bying her bread stuffs,
. have began to export flour; a single house in
Detroit has within a short time shipped for
New York one thousand barrels of flour, the
product of Michigan, and much more, it is con
fidently stated, will he shipped betore the close
of navigation. OAto (jUy Argus.
.. Farmer Vance. This gentleman is daily
becoming more popular with the people.- His
strait forward course, as Governor of Ohio, has
secured to him the permanent lriendship ofall
his old friends, and has even elicited praise from
some of the oppostion. He has proved to the
world, since lie has been the Chief Magistrate
. of this great and flourishing community, that
he is just such' a man as the people desire to
have their interest entrusted to. He is one of
those hard-fisted common sense farmers, that
knows well the wants ot the community, and
has independence enough to insist upon, and
-carry out, such measures as is calculated to do
service to the whole community. Hois the
candidate of the Democratic Whiff party, and
stands upon the broad and firm platform, of the
SUPREMACY U' l Ha liAW s and E
QUAL RIGHTS TO ALL-M EN, and he
will be sustained. Upper Telegraph.'
... Singula case or somnambulism. At a
late hour a few nights, back, Samuel Loder, a
watchman attached to captain Knapps district,
beard the breaking of a pane of glass in a house
in Rivington street, and the next moment heard
two or three more panes ot glass being broken
in the same house. Supposing some persons
were in the act of committing a burglary, Mr.
Loder hastened to the house and beheld a man
hanging bjr his nands from the window stool
of the room of a three story house, and kicking
. furiously at the window beneath him, which
' waa the cause of the glass being broken. - Mr.
Loder called loudly to the man, but received no
answer, and it immediately occcurea to him
that he waa a somnambulist. He therefore
knocked at the door and a! women shortly
eame to one or the windows,- tor whom Mr.
Loder apoke in alow voice and told her to open
the door without loss of time, whieh she did
accoidingly. Mr. Loder then obtain -)d the as
sistance of two men and went up stairs softly
into the room and laid hold ot the ma .i and pul
led him in, and found that he was fast asleep
After m considerable time' spent k, rubbing him
and pntling his limbs, they succeeded in awake
ning him; he was ot course, totally unaware
of what had, occurred. He however recollec
ted that he had been dreaming, and imagined
himself Walking through the back door into
the yard. Had be fallen from the place where
be waa hanging he must in all human proba
. bility have been instantly killed, as independent
of the height it was from the ground there was
an iron picke fence close to the lower window
of the house, on which he must inevitably have
truck in his fall. N. Y. Jour, of. Com. 5
.Asiotf or thb South Wkst. Te Nat'ch
itoches Herald, hitherto a VanBuren paper, has
hoisted the Whig -flag, and says "our peni
tence for past errors is complete: let the pub
licity which we give it, be the test of our ein
' eerity" - This may be taken as a most decided
indication aa to I be whereabouts of the " foot
steps" of the people in that region. Having
weighed the follower in their balance, and
found him wanting, they 'are determined he
shall make tracks' at the end of his term.
Salt Pat. v V
Coronation Blunder. The following
laughable occurrence happened at a small town
in Worcestershire. - A printer having been ap-
S lied to, to print a notice for closing the shops,
ic, for the day of the Coronation, by some
mistake, purposely of accidentally made, the
letter C was nut in the place of S, which made
it read as follows: "Notice is hereby given
; that as the trades-people have agreed not to
open their chopi on the coronation dav." This.
, of course, was an unlucky announcement for
many when the roast beef and plum-pudding
' ' . 'ill :
''.' Dr. Duncan speaks of or present Nation
alJDe&fc" Oho! Then we hav a National
Debt, not-withstanding all the disclaimers of
the Locofoco presses. . A National Debt, and
fifteen millions of irredeemable Treasury Notes,
are the grand results of the " experiments" to
"better the currency." OhivStateJour.'- f ,
It takes the Yankees. Since the passage
of the law in Boston' prohibiting all persons
from selling ardent spirits, except druggists,
no less than teventeen hundred and eighty new
apothecary shops have been started in differ
ent parts of the city. . A man has nothing to
do but to buy a bushel of epsom salts, a jar of
magnosla, and a box of Lee's pills, and he can
keep and retail as much of the ' O be joyful' as
he pleases. God save the commonwealth of
Massachusetts. A. O. Pic. u
Census of Wisconsin. The returns lately
made of the census of this territory show the
following: -. -- ; v ,.
East of the Mississippi river, there are re
turns from thirteen counties; population 18,
149. .West of the Mississippi river, there are re
turns from sixteen counties: population, 22,
8S0. Total 41,008.
Appropriations. Thirty-eight and a half
millions of dollars was appropriated by the late
Van Buren Congress for the support ot our
" light and simple government."
Cmmodore Porter, our diplomatic agrnt at
the Court of the Grand Turk, is now in the
United States. . .: ';. ":' i-
1 About one half of an entire square, in the
town of Hamsburg, Pa." was destroyed by
fire on the SOlh inst. -
X COMMERCIAL RECORD.
PRICES CURRENT, Maumee City Ang, 4,
'' CORRECTED BT A. J. BACKl&V.
APPLES Dried . . per bush. . $1,25 a 1 75
ASHES Pot. . . . 100 lbs. ... 3 50 a
" Pearl. . . '. 9 00 a
BEANS White. . . . bush. . . 2,00 a
CANDLE'S Sperm. , lb. . . 49 &
Mould .... ". . . IS a
" Dipped ..'... 16 a
CATTLE Beeves. . cwt. ,7a
' Sheep. . , head .4 a
COFFEE Java. . . lb. .. 16 a 18
. Rio -. . . . " 12 a 14
' St. Domingo " . . . 12 a 14
FEATHERS . . . . 44 a 54
FISH White . . bbl. . 12 a
s Mackerel, Nos. 1 & 2, 14 a 16
Cod . .. qnt'l .7a
FLOUR Super. . bbl. 7 a 7 50
Fine . . a
GLASS Michigan . 50 ft . 50 a 3 25
' Ohio . . ' 2 25 a 3 00
GRAIN Wheat .- bush 1 25 a 1 50
Corn , 75 a 1
Oats ''.'- 42 a 50
HAY . . . . ton 8 00 a 10 00
HIDES : ; , . - . pieco 75 a 1 50
HOPS . lb -. 18 4
IRON English Roll'd cwt 7 50 a
" American Bar " 7 00 a
Swedes Bar " 8 00 a
Band . " 9 00 i
Rods . . 9 00 a
LEATHER Sole, hemlock " 22 a 26
" , damaged 10 a 17
" Upper dressed eaeh 1 75 a 3 00
.LUMBER Clear pine M ft 22 a25 00
" . Common " 15 00" a
" Whitewood " 8 all 00
" Oak, ship building" . a
MOLASSE3-N. O. pr. hhd. gal. 56 a 62
" W.India: 44 a SB
NAILS Cut, 4d to 40d cwt 10 00 al2
Wrought, 18 00 a
OILS Linseed per bbl. gal. 1 25 a
" Sperm . . , 1 10 a 1 50
PROVISIONS Beef, mebb!.l5 00 a.
" " prime " 10 00 a
" Pork, mess. " 18 00 a20
" " prime " 16 00 a!8
" Lard . i cwt 8 00 a
. " , Butter t " 14 00 al6
" Cheese . 8 00 a
" ' " Hams, cured " 12 00 a
RAISINS Bloom box 2 50 a
SALT . . bbl. 3 00 a
SHINGLE Pine . M. 3 00 a
STAVES Oak . Pipe a
STEEL English Blister lb. . 16 a 18
n Cast . .' " 22 a 25
SUGARS Brown t cwt 11 a lSJ
. " Loaf t " , 17 a 20
TALLOW . . lb. - 13 a
TEAS Old Hyson lb. 75 a 90
Young do. lb. 45 a 95
., . , Hyson Skin lb. : 85 a , 45
JHack lb.- so a 70
cord I 50 a 2 00
"7'CJ nfifi feet seasoned white wood, linch
lt,UUU boar()f, 2 inch plank, i and 1J
inch Flooring, Siding. 1 , '
8 by 4, 4 by 4, 4 by 5, 2 by 5, S by 6 and
8 by 8 Joist, Also, ;
75,000 sawed Laths for sale at the corner of
Kingsbury and Front-street, by
BOYNTON in GANNETT,
;Aug.lI. . .' - I8tf
N excellent Cooking Stove, in complete
orderj Irom Reed's Foundry Troy, IS. x,
Also, a small box stove
For terms, apply at
this office. " I8tf
' ' Aug. 11.
fl flfifi feet one inch'Pine Lumber
VJ,JJJ 5,000 feet 1 .
25,0U0. " each 1J and2incbr :
50,000, First aualitv Pine Shincrles warranted,
Just received and for sale by SMITH &tCo.
APEft Hangings and Bordering, by
June 20 G. te, W. EICHARDSON.
MAUMEE CITY & TOLEDO.
m HE steam boat Col. CROCKETT. B; D,
. JL. Coftin, Master,! will run the , remainder
ot the seasom between Maumee Uity and To
ledo, touching at Perrysburg as follows- -"
Leave Maumee City at ) past 7 A. M., To
ledo at past 10 A v 1L, Maumee City at 1 .V
M., Toledo at 5 P. M. or on the arrival of the
cars." ''-' A
Maumee City, Aug. 4, 1838 :...f"f'-'8':
LADIES HATS, PARASOLS tec Just
received a fine assortment of elegant Tus
can Hats, from, 86 to $13, Parasols, French
Muslin, Prints, .Laces, together with many
other beautiful, articles for the ladies. Com
mercial Buildings..: V E. F AIRMAN.
Aug. 4, 1888..V r'.ni: .'-'. .;-.: t8?.
A IL persons having demands against the
x. Maumee River Steam Boat Co. or the
Steam Boat Chesapeake, are requested to pre
sent their bills immediately to r , ' .
, GEO. 8. HAZARD.
.. Aug.. 4, is?a. . .r,.., .r8;";
.. , 63IITII & CO..
Storage, Forwarding, and Commission ,
DEALERS in Provisions, Lumber and Sail.
'J'hd uiulcrbigned have luken the VVn re
house,' formerly occupied by Bingham b Fu
rey, and have mode such arrangements to tran
sact business in their line, as inut give satis
faction to those who may entrust them with
their business.' '..
Thev are agents for the following transpor
tation companies on the Erie and Ohio canals,
and steamboats and vessels on the Lake, viz:
Western Transportation Co.
Express & Telegraph Lines,
On the Ohio Canal, and
Trot b Osweoo Line.
Some of the above Lines are deeply inter
ested in shipping controlled at the Foot of the
Rapids, and running directly from Buffalo, and
intermediate portB to this point; inereoy pre
senting greater facilities for the sure and
speedy conveyance of Western Goods, than
any other Lines.
Uoods have reached this port, transported oy
the above named Lines, in tight days from
- To Contractors f- Produce Dealer;
We shall keep constantly on hand all kinds
of Produce and Provisions. We have now in
Store and for sale,
250. bbls. superfine Flour,
Shoulders, . '
2000 bushels Oits,
20 boxes 8 by 10 Ohio Glass,
50 " 10 by 12 " "
20 " 7 by 9 " "
Also, a constant suddIv of new butter in
Firkins, all of which, will be sold as low, if
not lower, than can be had in the market for
Cash. SMITH te CO.-
Maumee City, July 21, 1838. 16
HOTEL TO LET.
TO RENT and immediate possession
eh en, the new and commodiousMiAMi
UL Hotel, situated in the lower ward of
Maumee City. This house is at the corner of
Detroit s.rect and Michigan avenue, a tew
rods only from the main ateamboat landing,
and close by the Ferry, at which the travel be
tween Michigan and the eastern states crosses
the Maumee river.
This Hotel is of three stones, with basement
rooms, fronting eighty feet on Detroit 6treet,
and ninety feet on the avenue, and its position
on the bank of the river, gives it a conspicuous
and pleasant appearance. Several steambuats
from Buffalo, and other lake ports, every day
arrive at and depart from this point, For its
command of respectable business both in sum
mer and Winter, there is probably no hotel
better situated than this.
To a good tenant who would furnish it res
pectably, it would bo let for a term of years at
a moderate rent. In the same Building there
is a large and well finished store, also to be
rented. It is one of the best situations for a
large variety Store adapted to country trade
in this region.
Also to let for the present' season, or term of
years, a Warehouse and Wnarf, near the Mi
ami Hotel. Apply to the subscriber near the
premises. J vv . fcOul 1 .
Maumee City, Aug. 4, I&M8. 1?.
READY MADE CLOTHING. Large and
general assortment, superfine fine and
common for Summer, fall and winter wenr,Com
mercial buildings.- E FAIRMAN.
Aug 4, 1838." 18
HATS FOR GENTLEMEN. JuFt re
ceived four casei fashionable drab and
black Hats, Commercial Buildings.
a. f A1KMAIN.
Aug. 4, 1833. 18
LADIES French, Kid, Goat a-d Calf skin
Shoe's and Slippers, from 6 to 12 shillings
Coarse Boots' and Brogans, Misses and Chil
drens Shoes, at the .Miami Cash Store, by
July 21. , . T. VV. CROWELL...
A LOUD AND LAST CALL.
TO all whom it may concern. The subscri
bers are now making arrangements to
start east, and all persons knowing themselves
indebted to said firm, are requested to make
immediate payment arid save cost, as no fur
ther Indulgence will be given. .
July 28.- O. WILLIAMS te CO.
DRY GOODS, Groceries, Hardware,
Stone and Crockery ware, for sale by
july aff. O. WILLIAMS te CJ.
ALT by the bbl. or in small quantities, by
JUly 28 " U WILLIAMS & UO.
RUGS, Medicines, Paints and Dye Stffus,
for sale by O. WILLIAMS te CO.
TIN te COPPER Manufactory carried on;
Tin ware at Wholesale and Retail, by -
july 28. O. WILLIAMS te CO.
A. Rowands Tonic Mixture, and. Pills for
the cure of the Fever te Ague, on hand and at
wholesale and retail, by - - ;
jnly25 ' O.. WILLIAMS te CO.
QA nfifi Fee Pine Lumber, for sale by.-'
OVJ,JVV j8 0t WILLIAMS b CO.
pAGS! RAGS!! Wantod good and clean
JL rags, DV IIU, W IliliiAMS U U(J.
IDES. Wanted, Calf and Buff Hides
by O. WILLIAMS te CO.
TO LET. kA good Store Room1, one door
west of the Central House, also several
upper rooms, suitable for offices- and shops fee.
apply to- r O. WILLIAMS te CO.
STOVES!. STOVES ! 1 Just received, a
lot of Cooking and Parlor Stoves, bv ,
july 28 ' O. WILLIAMS te CO.'
ATHOUSAND feet seasoned' white Wood
JvSiding,- Flooring and roof Boards.' 20
housand fret Joist.- fin thnmtand foot it
Lathe, for sale by - - . . ., ,
- BOYNTON b GANNETT.
Maumee City, July 28 1838 ' ?
TO PRINTERS- ' ...
FOR SALE. A font of small Pica of
about two hundred pounds, nearly new
and complete, with Italic and cases, at this of
fice. , '...-.' .- ' -,
v LINE. ., , '
THE Splendid Steamboat MONROF, Capt,
S. F. ATivoon. will make her reg
ular weekly trips between Dotroit, Toledo,Mau
mee City and Buffalo, as follows : Leaves Buf
falo forthe above and intermediate portsf weath
er permitting) on Tuesday of each week. On
her downward trip leaves Detroit every Friday
morning, Maumee City and Toledo on the af
ternoon of the same day, touching at the inter
mediate ports as above.
- aoents. '
TREAT te CARTER, Buffalo.
SCOTT te CARTER, Cleveland.
MEAD, KELLOGG. & Co. Detroit.
FORSYTH DANIELS. Toledo.
FORSYTH te HAZARD Maumee City.
JUST received at the .Miami Cash Store, a
splendid assortment of French, Englixli
and American prints, ginghnmh-,.French mus
lin, ladies and Misses nhoes, ionnett, and al
most every article usually kcot m a Dry Goods
Store, which will be sold lower for cash than
at any other establishment on the Maumee river.
so mistake. (Jail and see.
juneal , T. W. CROWELL.
BROOMS.: '-'0 doz. Brooms, a superior ar
ticle, from the south, just received and for
sale by the dozen or single, at A. CARY'S.
July 21. 18 ,
GLASS! GLASS!! 4000 feet Window
Glass, 7 by 98 by 109 by 1212 by
18. received and for sale very low by
july 21 A. CARY.
MORE SHOES!! 2000 pairs Shoes, al
kinds and sizes, received and for sale low
for cash, by A. CARY.
July 21. 18
TORK te LARD. 16 bbls. prime Pork,
X- 12 kegs Lard, a superior article, juRt re
ceived and tor sale by A. U.Mtl.
July 21. 16
BENS! V few barrels for sale. Also,
dried Apples, by - A. CARY.
July 21. 16
BROWN and bleached Sheeting and Shirt
ing, from 8 to 25 rent, by
july 21. T. W. CROWELL.
TYTOTICE is hereby given to all persons in-
J. 1 terested that at my instance a writ of
attachment was this day issued by Wm. Meek
er, a Justice of the Peace ot Swan Creek town
ship in the county of Lucas, Ohio, against the
goods, chottels, rights, credits, moneys and
effects of Sidney M. Hawley an absent debtor.
July 20, 1838. JOHN WEBB.
X OST. A pocket case of surgical instru
JL-Jments, any one finding and returning it to
Dr. Van Every, on Detroit St.,, will be liber
Maumee City, July 7th, Htf
LUMBER On consignment a large qnnn
tity of Oak Plank, White Ash Flooring,
white wood siding and boards for sale, low for
F. W. LAWSON b Co
Maumee City, July 7, 1838.
RENCH muslin, French' cambrics, Amer
ican prints from 10 to 25 cents, Florence
si I lis, crapes, ribbons tec. by
july 21. T. W. CROWELL,
FLOUR FOR MICHIGAN MONEY.
"N consignment, a lot of best brand Michi
J gan Flour for which the bills of all the
chartered banks, and the Bunk of Brest, Ho-
mtr. Huron Kiver, Gibialter and Merchants
b Mechanics' Bank of Monroe, will be taken
at the lowest earn pneo.
F. W. LAW30N, b CO,
(at their warehouse, wator-street.)
maumee, juiy xi, lcua. iu
FLOUR FOR MICHIGAN MONEY.
A CONSTANT supply of Superfine Flour
will be kept on hand, and sold at $3,00
per barrel, tor good Michigan money, by
july 21. J. WOLCOTT te CO.
"IVTOTlCE. At my instance, a writ of attach-
1 ment was this dn'y issued, bv H. Conant a
ustice of the peace of the township of Waynes
field, Lucas county, Ohio against the goods,
rights, chattels, credits, monies and effects of
iBaac Brohson, an absconding debtor.
July 3rd, 1838. 15-tf
npHE subsctiber has this day purchased the
a enure siock in iraue, oi j. u. wooorun.
consisting of Hardware, Tin and Copper ware,
Stoves, tec. tec: he has also purchased the
Tin and Copper Manufactory, and rented for a
term of years, the Shop and Store of C. D.
Woodruff, where he will at all times be ready
te serve the public, in his line, as cheap, for
cash, at any other establishment in tins vicini
ty. C. T. WOODRUl-'F.
Perrysburg, May 8, 1B38. . 16m8
mORN BROOMS 10 dozen, just received
-an consignmem, lor b&jq cneap oy las uo-
zen or single, by , E. FAIRMAN.'
July 21. v '
CHINA , Crockery and Glass Ware. Large
and general assortment. No. 1 Commer
cial Buildings. E. FAIRMAN, Agent.
Juiyai . ; io
EXTRA Superfine London Cloths Blue,
black, green; rich silk velvets; sirge, and
Iback twilled camblet for gentlemens summer
wear. . Just, receiver! at No. 1, Commercial
buildings,- ,E. FAIRMAN, Agent.
July 21. - 16 '
POSITIVELY THE LAST CALL!!
ALL' persons indebted to the late firm of
Smith te Crowel), or tome individually,
will please take notice, that if their aecountsl
are nob settled forthwith, they may look for
them at a Justices Office. I hope a word to
the wise will be sufficient. - '
. July 2f. , f - T. W. CROWELL. f
DRY and' ground White lead, oil) turpen
tine fee,, by
, June 80. G & W. RICHARDSON.
PERM Oil and Candles, by- , -
June 20 U. te W. K1UHAKUSON.
BOSTON Crackers, Herring, Raisins, tec.
tec , by . G, te W, 1UUHARDSON.
.. june 20 " ''; . ,.- .,.
READY MADE CLOTHING, Satinetts.
Broadoloths, b.e b? '
, jly 11."' ' T, W. CROWELL.
MARENGO CASH STORE.
THE subscriber is now receiving a variety
offanr-v and stanle drv ffondn. all nf whioV,
are offered at low prices for cash. : ' '"
A, VAX vuukst;
July 6, 1889. ' . ,14tf ;
ilOARSE BOOTS. A large assortment
V tor sale by the case at the Marengo cash
store A. VAIN VUUKST.
July 6, 1838 " ' '- - Htf
"COARSE SHOES, at wholesale, low for
V cash, at the Marengo cash store.
A. VAN VOORST
July 6, 1838. . 14tf
EADY made clothing for sale low for
ccsn at the Marengo cash store.
A. VAN VOORST.
July 6," 1838 Htf "
AN assessment of of one per cent has
been declared by the directors of the
Portage Co. Mutual Insurance company on all
nrpmium flotr-s dated prior to April 10, 1838,
is on Nos, 1 to 1831 inclusive. Payments of
thnsume to be mndeo' or before the 1st day
ot Sept. next at the olhce or to any agents ot
the company. E. N. SILL, Sec'y.
Wm. KinoseCrv, Ag't Maumee City. 14 tf
rTIhe subscriber would give notice, that he
l has taken said house formerly occupied
by J. VV. Converse, on Canal Street, where he
will at all times be ready to wait upon those
who may please to give him a call.
CttAltLtiS JJ. J?'UTK.
Maumee City, June 29, 1939.
ALLEN & GIBBONS.
July 7, . - I4tf
TO RENT. The two story white house
on Wolcott street, the next door below
T. W. Crowell's store, on the same side of
the street. The house is' conveniently fitted
up for two fnmilies. '
Also, the half of a two story dwelling next
door to the Commercial BuildingB, on Wayne st
Also, the store lately occupied by Ira
White in the Brick Block.
Terms will be low and possession given im
mediately. Apply to L. BEEBE.
Com. Build's, Maumee city, July 7. 1P39. 14tf
ANDIKS, a general asortment for sale at
the Marengo cash store.
A. VAN VOORST.
July 0, 19.18. I4tf
fjrv". liushels of dried Apples, and 25
lJJ bushels dried Peaches, on hand
for sale by A. J. HACKLE Y.
WHISKEY. Chilicothe rectified Whis
key, a superior article, just received
and for sale low fur good funds, by
Perrysburg, June 16. . ltf
TYTOTICE. At my instance, an attachment
II was this day issued by JN. Hathbun,a jus
tice of the Peace of Wavnesfield township.Lu
cos county, against the goods, chattels, rights,
credits, moneys and effects of Eber Wilson,
fjxecutor and ttebecca vv uson, lixecuinx oi
Eber Wilson, deceased, non-residents, which
writ has been served and returned.
. PHILIP. P. OBENCIIAI.V.
June 25. 1638. 13tf
NEW JFIKJI. NfcW STOKE & NEW GOOD3.
rpHE subscribers would respectfully inform
JL the inhabitants ot Maumee City and vi
cinity, that they have removed to their new
store un Lrie street, where they aro now re
ceiving a large and well elected stock of Goods
from Uoston and elsewhere, which will be sold
as low as they can be purchased in this city,
for Cash or country produce.
G. te W. RICHARDSON.
June 20, 1838. 12
FEATHERS for cash by ,j
june 20 G. te W. RICHARDSON,
4 LARGE assortment of Crockery, Glass,
XX. and China ware, by
june 20 G. & W. RICHARDSON.
"1ANE and wood seat rocking chairs, and
V cane seal cnairs, oy
june 20 G. &c W. RICHARDSON.
T AINTS, Oils and Dye stuffs, a general as-
X sortment, by
june 20 G. & W. RICHARDSON.
TjROWN and white sugar, loaf do. by the
JJ barrel or pound, by
juno 20 G b W. RICHARDSON,
EA and Coffee in any quantity, by
June 20 ii. te W. KICHAKDSOIN.
"OOOTS and Shoes, a general assortment
JU by U. te W. RICHARDSON,
june 20 ,
PICKLED Lobsters, Tomato Ketchup, ag
sorted Pickles in Jars', by
June 20 G. te W. RICHARDSON.
CITRON dried Currants and Tapioca, by
juno 20 G. te W. RICHARDSON.
CODFISH and Mackerel, by
june 20 G. te W. RICHARDSON.
CLEVELAND crackers by the barrel. ,
ALLEN & GIBBONS.
July 7, . . 14tf
RECTIFIED whiskey by the barrel.
, ALLEN te GIBBONS.
July 7. ' I4tf
CARPENTERS and Joiners Tools, by -june
20 G. b W.- RICHARDSON
Q AO(T Bushels oats on consignment, for
SMITH b Co.
SHELLED corn by
G. te W. RICHARDSON1
Jane 30;. ; .:;..',
JUST received, a large supply of Sperm
Oil and Candles, orf consignment, at No.
3, Commercial buildings, by ''' :
Juntas. ' lu ISJSlStUSIS
"1 fC boxes raisins a grdat proportion
JLM f of them rh the bunch, put up in
quarter boxes, on consignment, by -
june5J3 . ' . . I., xuscibcu.
BEDSTEADS by . - .
, G. te W. RICHARDSON.
fAAfi s. superior bar soap, for sale
OUUvr at No. 9, Commercial buildings,
on consignment, oy
June , fc. BtBtB,
J " ' NEW: ARRANGEMENT.
LOWER SANDUSKY & MAUMEE.
;'' V. , ,'-':, ' f3!l.
THE Steamboat COMMERCE, V. P;
Stevens,-Master, will run the remain-''
der of the season, between Lower Sandusky
and. Maumee City, touching at the Plaster
bed, SanduBky City ...Wheeler's Wharf, (near
the Sandusky Light House,) Manhattan, To
ledo and Perrysburg. She will leave Lower
Sandusky and Maumee City every aUemate
morning, at 7 O'clock.-.,. ,. , , .
For freight or passage, apply to the Master
on board, or to -
It. Dickinson te Co., Lower Sandusky :
Tow send &; WiLtiAM8,SaiiduskyCity,''
Palueh Bush, te Co.. Toledo.-,
, Doaw b Eari., Perrysburg. .,
Forsyth b Hazard, Maumee City ;
June, 1838. . ' '50 - , -
NEW AND CID3AP STORE.
THE subscribers have just received direct '
from NewYork'. and now offer for sale at
their store on Wolcott street a few rods west of '
the Printing office, and nearly opposite thV
"American Hotel," a large stoct of wperior
Groceries, consisting, in part, of Pouchong,.
Hlngchong, Hyson Skin, Old and Young Hy
son teas, loaf and brown Sugar, Molasses,'
Coffee, Pepper, Spice, raisins, Tobacco,Sale-
rat us, Cocoa, Chocolate, cinnamon, cigars,
Snuff, mustard, Pejjpei- sauce.Ginger, Starch'
Shot, Lord, Soap, Fish, tec, &c
Aso a splendid stock of liquors and winear
of all kinds. Also a good assortment of Dry
Goods, comprising all articles usually kept in
a Dry Goods Store, and a quantity of ready
made clothing, together with a quantity of
iron and Stoves, Flour, Pork, Butter, Axes",,
be. " - . ... "
The above Goods may be had at wholesale'
or retail, and at fair prices. ,' , . j.
the subscribers assert with confidence
that their stock of groceries if as large, if "hot
larger, and as good, if not better,-than any
in the Maumee valley, , , , ,
A. J. HACKLE Y.
Mauinpe City, June 9, 1838. 39
Maumee City, No. 1, Commercial Buildings.-
THE subscriber ir"now receiving direct"
from New-York, on consignment, a very
choice and valuable assortment of Fancy and'
Staple Dry Goods, all of which are o'ffered'at1
unusually low priceB for cash only, among
the numerous articles in store, may be found
a fine assortment of broadcloths, cassimerea
sattinetls and vesting?, 'of various qualities
and colors, some of which are very fine, and
well worthy the attention of gentlemen. The
ladies will find a large selection of English
and American printp, and furniture calico,
from h to 2s3d; French muslin,' ginghams,
silks of various 'colors, port of which are not
figured, very elegant; 20doz. ladies hoss, flhe
assortment, fiorn a very low priced, to a beau
tiful article; silk laced, both brown and bleach
ed; large 'assortment of gloves for ladies and
gentlemen; fancy silk and gauze hdkfs; bead
bags; fine and common linen pocket hdkfs;
satin jeans; large lot cambric and sarcefTeis,
good and cheap; bobbinett footings, elastics,
spool stands, threads, sewing silk, pins, tape,
bobbins, feather fans, rich ribbons, sprigs, ro-'
ses, and wreaths for ladies hats; a large as
sortment of ladies hats from $1,00 to $12",50j"
willow baskets and reticules; oil cloth? and
fine straw braid bags; rich linen table damask
brown and bleached; napkins; diapers; fine
and common linens-; bleached and brown fine
shirtings, and long cloths; flannels; drills 10
doz. suspenders' from Is to $2,011; tailors
trimmings assorted; brown sheetings, Buffa
lo cloths ; ticking . oil cloth; table mats ;
house mats; willow wagons and cradles; cur-'
tains, with various other articles, too numer-'
ous to mention. v -.
Also, in a few days, rill be received a large"
and well selected assortment of Crockery and
Glass Ware, and Looking Glasses. The'
public are respectfully invited to examine this"
assortment, trusting they will bo satisfied
both as to quality and prices. The arrange
ments are such that the stock will be kept
complete, .' E. FAIRMAN, Agent:
Maumee city, June 23 J1838' 12
BUSINESS LOTS TO LEASE;
THE subscriber fosjthe purriese of affording
conveniences to men of business, who ire
desirous to settle in this place, offer for sale at
reasonable prices, or to lease at moderate rents,
the following lots, upon the principal business
streets in this town. .' ,
19, 20,21; north side Broadway; 78 West
side of Cmal street; 130 Corner of William St..
4 in block 1, north side of Sophia st; Also sr
largo number of lots eligibly situated for rest
dences. .' ,r : -
For information and terms apply to;
i. v. ui'.auukaiND, Maumee Vitus r. ' v
, SEALED PROPOSALS - ,
WILL be received, at the office of the com
missioners of Lucas County, in the City
of Toledo, on the first day of August 1838, lor"
the erection of a Court House", upon the plan- of
the Court House et Jefferson, Ashtabula counJ
ty, Ohio, a plan and specification of which";
may be found at the office of said commissioners.
ten days previous to the day of receiving pro
ROBERT GOWER, ) ,
W. P. DANIELS, V -T!" f
ELI HUBBELL, ) ,Lvia' County.'
Toledo, Lucas co. O. Juqe 30, 1838- 15tf
RY virtue of a writ of Pi. Fa. to me direct '
Ofl. frnm tha Cnnrt nF r-, r in
" 1 - v-VMilllUU ( ItHO U
Cuyahoga county, Ohio, I have taken, and sfclf
exposo to sate on the Wharf of J.: Wolcott te
Co., in Maumee City, on the ".nth day of Au
gust nexr,ar, o o ciock r. M. aquantity ol Lum-f
ber, four thousand feet, more or less, token at
the suit of Thomas YVilliams, vs. Erdstus Gil
bert.;. . ' " , ' .,', :-
C G. SHAW.Slieriff.'
By F. E. Kirtland, Deputy, ,
July 21. 1 . - i8W4
NOTICE is hereby giveri to all persons ir
terested,. that at mv instanne. h writ nf
attachment was issued; July s, 1838, by N.
ivaiiiuuii, s justice ei -the feace of Waynesi.
field townshin. in Lucas.
goods, chattel, rights, credits, moneys and ef-
levvB ui uavisoa varegory.an absconciinrdubt-
Of " - ' ; V' - JOHN PIV.R.SDW.- -
. Ju!y 21. v5r --,.. iste
AMES Spades and Shovels, Hoes, Manure',
and Hay Fogies,' log, trace and halter
-june 20 -- G. te VV. RICHARDSON. -
1 0FFBE, tee, sugar, by ' ...
; July 7, 14tf ALLEN k GIBBON5