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jnn HE subscriber having made arrange
JL ments to receive, on consignment, a
choice selection, and regular supply of Gro
ceries, Leather, Books and Stationary, which
are now offered for sale at No. 8, Wayne
street, Commercial Buildings, at wholesale and
retail, for cash and prompt pay only.
Connected with the above, is a good Sun
day School and Tract Depository, embracing
a great variety of new publications.
' LEVI BEEBEE.
Maumee City, Juno 23, 1838. 12
MORE NEW GOODS.
TsOYNTON b GANNETT are now ope-
J3 ning a superior lot of water-proof boots
selected expressly for this market.
Also, mens' stout shoes and brogans ;
W omens' leather shoes and bootees ;
do kid slippers and walking shoes;
Misses do.. do do
Leather do do do
Womcns" lined St bound India rubber shoes
. . Boys' and youths' boots j
.: ' : do shoes and brogans; ,. .
. Childrens' morocco shoes. ' Abo :
An assortmcntof school books, blank books
and stationary. ' -
They have also just roccived an addition
to their stock of Groceries; and a further sup
Cooking and box Stoves ; '
' Hollow ware ;
. 20,000 lbs assorted Iron ;
Cast Steel ;
German Steel ; '
, I Sweed's Steel, and
5.000 pounds assorted Nails.
' The above, with their former stock, itakos
their assortment as eood, or better, than any
. other in this city ; and they feel assured they
can sellas low as the lowest, and they lnnnd
to do so for prompt pay such as cash, coun
try produce, Sic. be.
Remember we want 200,000 Pipe Staves,
" Maumee City, Dec. 8, 1837. , 36tf
WANTED. A good Journeyman Chair
Maker,-to whom liberal wages will be
given. : . J. UKUt-u.
Feb. 24. ' 47tf
TEGS leave to inform his friends and the
.L public, that he has resumed the rrofes-
sion of tho Law', has opened an office, opposite
the brick store of Smith b Crowellvon Wol
cott street, in Maumee city, where he intends
to practice as an ymorney, Counsellor, and
Solicitor, in all the courts of Law and Equity
in the state of OhioA '
His Justices Office iskept in the same build
ing, and is open at all proper hours. Ack
nowledgements of all kind of instruments ta
ken, and all kinds of conveyancing, done here
with neatness and despatch. )
Oct. 7. 27tf
ALL persons arc hereby cautioned against
receiving four promisory notes which I
gave to Oilman C. Mudget on the 21st day of
July, 1836. One of which, for one hundred
dallwe, was payable in ninety days from that
time, and the others, three in number, for one
hundred and sixteen dollars and sixty-six
cants each, are payable in one, two and three
years from that time. I am determined, not
to pay said notes, as they were obiined un
der false representations, and the considera
tion for which they were given has wholly
failed. JOSEPH SPANGLER.
March 22. 51m2
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
THEsubscribershavejiutreoeivcd at their
old stand on Erie Street a large stock
new goods, comprising & general assortment
i eatonable Fancy & Staple Dry Goods,Dry
Groceries, Crockery, JIard-ware, Stationa
ry, Boots, Shoes, Paints, Oils, Dye-stuffs,
Drugs, Medecines, be. be. And are offer
ing the above goods as. low as they can be pur
chased in the city for cash or available country
produce. Thankful fQr past favors, we most
humbly solicit, our hare of public patronage
SPENCER b MOORE.
Maumee City Noy. 17, 1837. 33tf
WANTED. An apprentice to the Chair
making business, also, a quantity of
limner, oy a . . inat-u.
TEAN8 A quantity of Beans just re-
D ceived and for sale, at the Warehouse
of -.- - J. WOLCOTT, & Co.
TSAAC STETSON, Attorney and Conn-
M. teller at Lav, will mve punctual attend
ance to the duties of his profession In Wood
county; and will also attend to the Courts in
the counties of Lucas. Williams, Henry, and
Sandusky. Office in Law Buildings, No. 1,
f errysburg, unio.- ; .
inarch 25 . j. v. ' .-' '""'-;-' . -; ". 1
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
fTlIIE copartnership heretofore existing un
X dcr the firm of Gower b Clark, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent, all persons
indebted to said arm, are requested 10 mage
payment, and those to whom they are indebted,
will hand in their accounts to Albert P. Clark
for settlement, who is authorised to settle the
business of the firm. '
... ' ... ROBERT GOWER, -
? T ALBERT P. CLARK.
Maumee City, May 12, 18S8. 59tf -
ITiOR, twenty-five cents you can buy abot-
tie of Balsam of Hoarhound, which has
been astertainod to have cured more diseases
.of the lungs than all the other patent medicines
now in use. For sale by C. C. Bristol, Buffa
lo, and O. WILLIAMS & Co. Maumee city.
We are acquainted with the preparation of
Sarsap&nlla, manutactured by u. U. .Bristol,
and havin? made use of it more or less, in our
practice, believe it to contain the active princi
ple of Sareaparilla in a highly concentrated
form, and as a preparation, we esteem it as the
tt we have ever met won. ; . .
J. Trowbride, m. . C. Chapin, m. i. .
Cl.artes Winno, u Moses Bristol, u
Jcs;ah Barnes, mo J. E. Marshall, M d
J. IS. Hawley,n O A. 8. Sprague, u r
A. Miller, M F. L. Harris, x. p. .
I dZilot Aug. MtVv-s-. -,:
r.-r sale in Maumee City by "
o 8. ; -.2 O. WILLIAMS Co. ;
ICE At my instance, an attachment
t this day issued by N. Rathbun, a
f the feace ot waynsneia wwnsnip,
2 bounty, against the goods, chatties,
r -ilits, moneysand effects of -William
i, . . oi- '.bury, an absconding debtor,- which
w.-;t ivtbeen served and returned. -
iutr id lTtli'lvrrtTATW.":
l,,nm 2S. 1838. . - --13tf;
- FI2.KIN3 of Xard just receivad and
HJfnt sale. . . A. J. HACKLEY.
J-..e 9. ." -47
HKZEK1AH I. HOSMER. ,
ATTORNEY AND SOLICITOR.
WILL givo punctual attention to the du
ties of his profession in the sovera,
counties comprising this judicial Circuit. Of
nee in the Commercial buildings.
Maumoe city, Dec. 10, 1837. 37tf
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office over Doan b Earl's Store, Wolcott st
ACKER & KANADY Have juBt re
ceived at the new store, in the Hotel
Buildings, a large and well selected assortment
of goods, direct from the city of New York ;
comprising fine, supcrhue.and common broad
cloths, cassimers, satinetts, a great variety o
summer cloths, and Buffalo cloths. French
muslins, calicoes, ginghams silks merinos, bom
bazines, cambrics, mull and book muslins, lace,
edgings, ladies cravats, elastic aprons, silk
oil cloth aprons, a variety of dress and pocket
handkerchiefs, stocks, merino shawls, merino
edgings, brown and bleached shirtings, wad
dines and battings.
A goneral assortment of family groceries
comprising tea, coffee, pepper, spice, cloves,
nutmecrs.muscavado and lumpsugarB.molasBes,
codfish, soap, rice, ginger, raisins, chewing
and smokner tobacco and lamp oil.
'Also a very extensive assortment of hats,
a superior article of brush and silk hats ol
New York manufacture ; also hats of any
quality and price, manutactured by them ex
pressly for this market, and for sale whole
sale and retail.
Altso a general assortment of ready made
clothing, for summer wear and a fewpieces,
tt?r Respectfully soliciting a sharo of pub
lie patronage, they hope to give general sat
isfaction. Maumee city, June 10, 1837. ' lOtf
NOTICE. All those indebted to the sub
scriber, either by Bond or Note, are re
quested to call and liquidate, or renew the
same ; and all those having Book accounts un
settled, are requested to call and adjust tne
same without delay, and give their notes,
if they cannot make it convenient to pay the
money. Those who disregard this call will
not be longer indulged.
JOHN E. HUNT.
Maumee city, April 8, 1837. 2tf
TITAY & YOUNG Attornies" and Coun-
ItJL sellors at Law, Maumee city, Lucas
county, Ohio. JKO. M.MAY.
June 3, 1837 9tf
OR SALE.-Red & yellow skined Onions,
Beets, Carrots, Parsnips, Cabbage, fee.
a largo quantity in good order, for sale by
Maumee City, Sept. 30, 2Gtf
BOOTS AND SHOES.
ACARY, Front street, opposite the Jef
ferson House, has just received an ex
tensive assortment of Boots and Shoes, con
sisting in part as follows :
d00 pair thick boots, 100 calf do.. 1 case
lined water-proof do., 2 casos boys' thick do.,
1U0 pair mens' thick brogans, DO pair boys
do., 600 pair woinens' calf and grained leather
brogans, 100 pair childrens' do., 1 case ladies
gaiter boots, 1 case ladies' India rubber fur-
tnred do., 1 case ladies India rubber shoes, 1
case ladies' morocco walking shoes, 1 case la
dies' morocco fur-lined do., lease ladies' slip
pers, 1 case ladies' slippers, 1 case misses' do.
Also, a good assortment of English, French
and American Dry Goods, Groceries, Paints
and Oil, be. -
A large lot of Feathers received on con
signment. The above goods will be sold very
low for cash. 1
December 8, 1837. 36tf
LIQ.UORS. A quantity of Liquors, con
sisting of Brandy, Rum, and Gin, for
sale unusually low for Cash, at the Warehouse
of : JAMES WOLCOTT, & Co.
Maumee, May 17, 1838. 59tf
FARMS TO RENT. Several first rate
Farms for rent, if applied for soon.
Likewise' a quantity of unimproved lands.
JOHN E. HUNT.
Maumee city, April 8, 1837 2tf
CAUTION All those indebted to the
VJ subscriber, either by note or book account
are requested to call and settle the same, to
satisfaction, or the demands will be left with
proper authority for immediate collection.
BENJ. D. COFFIN.
May 25, 1835. 8 tf
TTTATER PRIVILEGE 'FOR SALE.
f T Tho subscriber has a very convenient
water privilege, suitable tor the situation ot a
Furnace, Forge or other water works. It is
situated on Swan Creek, three and a half miles
from Port Miami. The water may be taken
from the subscribers mill pond, at a trifling
cost, and with perfect security from damage by
the freshets. In the distance of two or three
miles there are inexhaustible beds of Iron ore
of the first quality, and the country being very
level presents no obstruction to the building
of a road in any direction with very little ex
pense. : The ore lies in beds, near the top of
the ground, and has been judged to be of the
richness ot sixty per cent. J lie subscriber will
give great encouragement to any person or
persons who will undertake and carry on the
above business, and will take an interest in the
works, or sell . the situation. This improve
ment is greatly needed in this country, and
might be made immediately and immensely
..For further particulars, inquire of the sub
scriber in Miami city.
June 9th, 1838. , . " , 10 .
BEER. A very superior article kept con
stantly on hand and for sale at the ware
House of - . v - - ...
FORSYTH b HAZARD.
. June 0;"--.;.-. -v .- io-
TTATS. A new and splendid assortment of
XX ueaver and Bilk llats, just received and
for sale, cheap lor cash by .- ?
' . .ACKER b KANADY...
July 7th, ,. 14tf is . Commercial Buildings.
' A LARG E assortment of Dry Goods, Hard
XI,' ware and nails, by-
. june 20 . G. b W. RICHARDSON.
PANTS, vests and roundabouts by : " " ' :
G. b W. RICHARDSON.
June 30. . ) ;V ...
. MAUMEE CITY CHARTER.
FEW copies of the City Charter for saw
at this office.
May 5. - " ' 57
JAMES WOLCOTT & CO.
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
(At the Ware-house formerly occupied by)
White 4-Kirtland. - ,
MAUMEE CITY, OIIIO.
A. J. Hackley
THE subscribers are agents for the fol
lowing Lines, viz:
ON THE ERIE CANAL.
Tub National Link. Agent, A. W,
Johnson, 108, Broad street, Now York.
JNkw York and Buffalo, and Utica and
Buffalo Lines. Agentt, Hubbard b Ellis,
foot of Broad street, New York.
Osh'koo Line, (via Oswego and Welland
Canals,) Agent, R. J. Van Dewater, 100,
lJroad street, New xorK. -Lake
and River Line, (via Oswego and
We'land Canals,) Agentt, Isaac Fi Smith,
JotinU. Dickey, 110 Uroad street, IV ew York
The above are among the most efficient lines
engaged in Western transportation, and have
the best possible arrangements for forwarding
goods with safety and despatch.
Merchants in Indiana and up the Maumee,
will insure prompt attention to their business,
by causing them to be marked to the care of
our House, at this place, when they mane
their purchases at New l ork.
JAMES WOLCOTT, b CO,
Maumee City, April 28, 1838. 58
SILKS for dresses, a good assortment by
july 21, SPENCER & MOORE. "
" Buy a Broom-"
DOZEN brooms just received and for
sale by SPENCER b MOORE.
TTlALL and Winter wear. Ready made
X clothing. Just received, by
Sept. 16. 24
TO PRINTERS & MERCHANTS.
PRINTERS and Merchant can be tup
plied with paper of variout kind, on ap
plication to BA LD WIN, b Co.
RAGS taken in exchange for paper.
Sept. 23. 25tf
npHIS day received from schr. Young
X Leopard, Via kegs butter; obblsdo, in
roll : 2 do. fresh eggs ; 25 do. superfine flour,
also, a quantity , of mess pork, which will be
sold low for cash by IRA WHITE. -
Maumee city, Jiprti o. oJtf
A RARE chance for a bargain. The sub
scribers, intending to make a change in
their business, will sell their stock of Dry
Goods very cheap for cash. Call and try.
1JUIJNTUJN b UAJNJNJiiT 1 .
BENNETT b CAMPBELL,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, No. 3,
Henry Bennett, )
Samuel 13. Campbell. 44tf
A TWO story frame House, on Marine
street, known as the Burtia House.
Inquire of the subscriber at the Post Office,
U11A8. u. 1'. liUW i ;
apri'.l l. 54tf .
- STONE WARE.
A SUPERIOR assortment of StoneChurns,
Jars, Pots, Jugs, Stove Tubes, and Milk
Pans, just receivedhy 59
May 17. BO i N TUN b GANNETT.
UMBER. A quantity of pine Lumber
I for sale at the Warehouse of
J. WOLCOTT b Co.
PFIRE ! FIRE!! FIRE!!!
ROTECTION INSURANCE COM
PANY, of Hartford. Connecticut Thn nn,
desirgned, agent for the towns of Perrysburg,
Maumee and Miami Uities, ot the above Com
pany, is now prepared to insure against loss
r damage by fire, upon as favorable terms as
can be obtained in the state, from any respon
sible institution, and every man has now an
opportunity, for a trifling sum, to protect him
self against the ravages of this destructive
element, which often, in a single hour, sweep
sway the earnings of many years.
, V. U. UUAH.
Perrysburg, March 28, . 1
CARPENTER'S TOOLS By the set or
single, for sale by "
June 8. W. W1SWELL Sf CO.
SPOONS German silver Tea and Table
Spoons, a beautiful article, cheaper and e-
qually handsome with silver, for sale by
tr. wmn&LL. it Co.
"BARTER B. HARLAN having disposed
of his entire interest in the concern of
Chrimh, Tvlen St Co; the connection is there
by dissolved by mutual consent. - ' '
The business in future will be conducted un
der the firm and style of - '
' ...'GRIFFITH & TYLERS."
June 16. ; y 1 '
X bbls. WHISKEY,.
njyj 100 do. Floor,-
portion of which is
from the Michigan Mills, for which Michigan
money, (both chirtered and wild-cat) will be
received, r or saie oi tne waTenouse ot
JAMES WOLCOTT b CO.
June 15. . . ' 11 .-:
,-. r ; F. Wv LAWSON. ;!?(: y
Forwarding and Commiuion Merchants, '.
At the Store lately occupied by tho, Messrs.
Sargents, Water street. ; v c . .
June 16,-1838. . ) 'siitf '
NEW GOODS. .-
TUST, recsived from New Yoik. Philadel
. phia and -Toledo, a splendid assortment of
Jewelry, consisting of gold and silver lever
and plain watches; gold guard and fob chains;
necklaces, seals, keys be.; silver, plated and
steel do.; ear jewels; breast pins and finger
rings ot most any quality. Gold and silver
thimbles; gold, silver and steel spectacles;
silver pencils; Hodgers and Wostenholm's fine
pen-knives; cordcasea; patent ivory inkstands;
flutes; accordians; music boxes snuff boxer
violin strings, &c. tie. I. , . i
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry oFaimost ev
ery description, repaired with adetpatch tliat
knows no waiting.- J. J, BANGS.
i Maumee vity, raay su, laau. films ,
Perrysburg: & Buffalo
DAILY LINE OF S TEAXBOA TS.
ARRANGEMENT FOR I83a
THE steamboat ANTHONY WAYNE,
Amos Pratt, Master, will make her regu
lar trips (weather permitting) in the following
Leavet PerrytburgS Leavet Buffalo for To
Toledo for Buffalo. ledo St Perrytburg.
Thursday . May 3 Sunday May 6
Wednesday . 9 Saturday 12
Tuesday 15 Friday 18
Monday ' ,, 21 Thursday .24
Sunday 27 Wednesday , 30
Saturday June 2 Tuesday - June 5
Friday . 8 Monday ' 11
Thursday , ,, '14 Sunday 17
Wednesday 20 Saturday .23
Tuesday 20 Friday ' 29
Monday July 2 Thursday " July 5
Sunday ,, 8 Wednesday ,, ' 11
Saturday 14 Tuesday . 17
Friday 20 Monday ". ., 23
Thursday 26 Sunday 29
Wednesday Aug. 1 Saturday Aug. 4
Tuesday 7 Friday ,,10
Monday 13 Thursday 16
Sunday 19 Wednesday . 22
Saturday 25 Tuesday 28
Friday .- ,, 31 Monday Sept. 3
Thursday Sept. 6 Sunday 9
Wednesday 12 Saturday ,, ' 15
Tuesday 18 Friday 21
Monday 24 Thursday '- ,, 27
Sunday 30 Wednesday Oct. 3
Saturday Oct. 6 Tuesday 9
Friday 12 Monday 15
Thursday 18 Sunday . 21
Wednesday 24 Saturday 27
Tuesday 30 Friday Nov. 2
Monday Nov. 5 Thursday 8
Sunday ,, 11 Wednesday 14
Saturday 17 Tuesday ,, 20
JOHN HOLLISTER b CO.;
The Anthony Wayne is 400 tons burthen,
new and well built, with twenty state rooms,
and a gentlemen's cabin with fifty-two berthB :
also a ladies steerage cabin with twelve
berths, and a gentlemen's Bteerage cabin with
twenty-four berths, which makes her accom
modations equal to any boat on the lake.
She will always loave Perrysburg and Toledo
on the arrival of the cars from Adrian.
The steamboat Anthony Wayne, will leiive
Perrysburg on the same day that the Commo
dore Perry leaves Buffalo, and run alternate
ly, agreeable to this advertisement. Arrange
ments have been made with four first class
steamboats, to run in connection with the
above boats, to form a six day line from this
place to Buffalo.
March 3. 48tf
via eagle line.
Steamboatt, Shipt, Brigt and Schoonen,
ON LAKE ERIE, AND UPPER LAKES.
Treat & Carter, Buffalo.
Scott b Carter, Cleveland.
Forsvth b Hazard, Maumee City.
Mead, Kellooo & Co., Detroit,
W. Brown, Milwaukie.
Hubbard b Co., Chicago.
via swiftsure and railroad lines
of Tow Boats on Hudson river, and in con
nexion with the Mohawk and Hudson Rail
road. A. Van Santvoord, Agent,
104 Broad-ilrcet, JVew York.
PILOT, TRADERS, ERIE AND OIIIO, AND
EAGLE LINES, , .
ON THE ERIE CANAL.
Affording six Boats daily, from Albany and
Schenectady. For Freight or Pascage, ap
ply to Treat b Carter, Buffalo.
11. Wrioht b Co. Rocheiler.
L. Hurd b Co. Rail Road Depot, '
C. Robinson, ) OQ n
H. Niles, (63 Qay-f. ,
E. D. Robinson.
D. P. Parker
JVete York. ;
BY AMERICAN TRANSPORTATION LINE,
ON THE OHIO CANAL. ;
. Scott b Carter, Cleveland. . .'
McElvain & Hunter, Columbui'..
Craiouead b Ketes, Chilicothe.
Con wat & Avert, Porttmouth. ,
Gazzah & Butler, Cincinnati. ''
Mark Packages, " Am. Transportation
Co." and Ship by " Swiftsure and Rail road
Lines of Tow-Boats. "
The steam boats and vessels comprising the
aDove line, are ail ot the nrst class, and pre
sent to western merchants, more than ordin
ary facilities for the prompt transmission of
goods. The proprietors are determined that
nothing shall be left undone on their part, to
give entire satisfaction to those who may fa
vor them with their business. , ;
Consignments will be forwarded by tram
portation waggons, keel and canal boats, from
maumee city to any part of the ' Maumee and
Wabash Valleys without delay.
, FORSYTH b HAZARD,
. Agents b Proprietors.
March 17, io88.'
CLEVELAND & MAUMEE CITY.
fTlHE Steamboat CINCINNATI. J.
JL Younos, Master, will run the ' ensuing
season betweenCleveland and Maumee, touch
ing at Black ltiver, Huron, Sandusky, Marble
head, Manhattan, Toledo, and iPerrvsburci '.
The CINCINNATI has, the past winter,
undergone thorough repairs. Her engine has
been much improved, which; with an addition
of four new state rooms, an enlargement of
ooin caoinsr ana other improvements calcula
ted lor the convenience of Passengers, will
render her accommodations far superior t6 any
boat of the same tonnage on Lake Erie. :
For freight or passage, apply to the Master
on ooara, orio ,
r,;. i: GC. Davis, b Co., Cleveland.
-. ; . Hollister b Boalt, Sandusky,
O. Mallort, Marblehead, i k
Pbckham b Co., Toledo. .
' ' ; r J, Hollister As Co. Perrvtburz.
i.i . iff " - c a rt "... . . P
- - owirn yo. maumee lAiy.- - j
;..Marchr-1838-a-, : . . - 50
MICHIGAN WINDOW GLASS. Any
quantityr. of all sizes, kept constantly on
band, warranted free from breakage. ' For
sale low, by - - - ; G. BEACH,
Perrysburg, June 16. lltf
Perrysburg & Bafililo x
DAILY LINE OF STEAMBOATS. '
ARRANGEMENT FOR 1838.
THE steamboat COMMODORE O. H.
PERRY. David Wilkison, MaBter, will
make her regular trips (weather permitting
n the following order i
Leavet Perrytburg St Leavet Buffalo for To.
Toledo for JJullalo. - ledo St ferry mrg.
Monday ' April 30 Thursday May 3
Sunday May 6 Wednesday ' 0
Saturday i; ! 12 Tuesday 15
Friday ' ' 18 Monday ' 1 ' 21
Thursday 24 Sunday , 27
Wednesday 30 Saturday ' June 2
Tuesday June " 5 Friday - ,, '8
Monday 11 Thursday ' ' " 14
Sunday 17 Wednesday 20
Saturday 23 Tuesday "' 26
Friday ,, z Monday July ' z
Thursday July 5 Sunday ' ; 8
Wednesday ,, II rsaturday ' 14
Tuesday 17 Friday 20
Monday . ,, aa x hursday ' Xt
Sunday . . : 29 Wednesday Aug. 1
Saturday " Aug. 4 Tuesday 7
f riday . 1U Monday ,, id
Thursday . 16 Sunday ; ' 19
Wednesday tl'i Saturday - , 5o
Tuesday 28 Friday , . 31
Monday, Sept.. 3 Thursday .Kept. , o
Sunday . . 9 Wednesday - 12
Saturday 15 Tuesday .18
Friday 21 Monday 24
Thursday 27 Sunday 30
Wednesday Oct.- 3 Saturday ; Oct. 6
Tuesday - . 9 Friday 12
Monday ' , 15 Thursday ' 18
Sunday - 21 Wednesday 24
Saturday 27 Tuesday ' 30
Friday Nov. 2 Monday Nov. 5
Thursday 8 Sunday u ' 11
Wednesday 14 Saturday ' 17
Tuesday ' 20 Friday 23
JOHN HOLLISTER b CO.
The Bteamboat Commodore Perry will leave
Buffalo on the same day that the General
Wayne leaves Perrysbure, and run alternate
ly, agreeable to this advertisement. Arrange
ments have been made with four first class
steamboats, to run in connection with the
above boats, to form a six day lino from this
place to Buffalo.
The steamboat Commodore Perry isf well
known boat, and is commanded by her former
Captain, David Wilkison ; whose reputation
as a Commander, needs no eulogy.
The Commodore has been fitted up for the
coming season, preparatory to taking her
place in the rank of the first class of boats on
the lake. No boat is more safe or regular in
her trips. ' . .
March 3. 48tf
THE steam boat SUN, C. K. Bennett,
Master, will run between Perrysbura
and Toledo the present season, as follows.
she will leave Toledo i past 8 A. M. Mau
mee and Perrysburg past 10 AM. Toledo
at 2 P. M. and Perrysburg and Maumee at
5, touching at the intermediate ports when
Perrysburg, March 22. 51tf
WOULD inform the public that he has
taken the shop formerly occupied by
J. Woodruff, where he will keep constantly on
hand a general assortment of Cabinet Furni
ture, Fancy and common Chairs, high post,
l rench, and common Bedsteads, and all oth
er articles usually called for in his line, and
ivouiu respectiuuy solicit a snare ot puouc
reb. 24. 47
MAUMEE CITY HARDWARE '
W WISWELL b BOYNTON, respect-
fullyinform the inhabitants of this city
snd vicinity that they have arrived from New
York with, and are now opening at the Commer
cial Buildings, a farge and general assortment of
Haraware,hollow-ware, tin-ware and Cutlery.
Their 8tock,amons other articles, consists of the
following: Bar, hand, and hoop Iron ; Eng-
nsn blister, American and cast Steel; tlnghah,
Russia and American sheet Iron; trace, halter
and jack Chains; Blacksmiths' vices and anvils:
shovels and tongs; scales; Sad and Tailors'
irons; mill, cross-cut, siitting-wood, circular,
fret-hand, key-hole, back and compass Saws
patent and iron weights, sauce and frying pans,
tea-kettles, augurs, bellows, bellows-pipe, cra
dle and grass scythes, sand paper, coffee mills,
crow-bars, hammers, bitts and stocks, wire,
brass kettles; escutcheon, Norfolk, knob, Ame
rican and brass Door-latches; sickles; dinner,
tea,and cow-bells, brashes, candlersticks, butts
and screws, combs, brads, sparables, tacks,
wrought and cut Nails, Locks and bolts of all
kinds and sizes; fassets and molasses gates:
Carpenters' rules, squares, bevels, Stc, bat and
cloak pins; powder flasks, percussion locks,
pills and caps; compasses; tin trunks, glass
lanthorns, astral and nurse lamps, dust pans:
ever pointed pencil cases; razor strops; sugar
nippers, spirit levels, bed and clothes cords;
snuffers and trays, German silver and iron ta
ble and tea-spoons; waiters; carriage wrench
es; steelyards, hoes, trowels, waffle-irons,
bench-screws, sheet lead, sheet-copper, cooking-stoves
and furniture.-- ,- .
Curitri Table and Carvinir Knives and
Forks, steels, jack and pen knives of a superior
quality, broad azes, adze, planes and irons;
drawing knives, fleams, scizzors, shears, and
superfine razors, be, together with many oth
er articles too numerous to mention. The ar
ticles have been selected with great care, and
can be afforded cheap for cash. ," The public
are respecuuuy invited to can and examine, i
Maumee City, June 5, 1838. - lotf
TO WOOL GROWERS.
TIE subscriber has procured for the ac
commodation of the public, a first rate
Double Carding Machine, which be has now
iu operation in the Steam Factory, on Tap-pan-etreet.
,, .-' r;. --.- -, ; -Wool
Carding done in the best manner, and
on reasonable terms. ' - '
; r r. JAMES WOLCOTT.
Maumee City, June 16, 1838.' " t ltf
- -. ::,. - : at MO-virc."
THE subscriber has taken the "AMERI
CAN HOUSE," situate on Wolcott
street, opposite tho Warehouse of J. Wol-
COll K vJo., wncre ne wui uu jus uest eautia
vors to serve the public satisfactorily;
, Maumee city, May 1 . y 57 ;. ,
AGS. Clean linen .Rags, received in
paymoni tor papers at tins office.
IMPORTANT DISCOVER Y-Sorb and
Inflamed Etbs Cured without pain or the
application of vitriol, and without the least in- -
i'uring the sight or appearance ot the eye, by y
2. Dean's Chemical Plaster. It is now about
four years since the proprietor introduced this
plaster to the attention of the afflicted. Its.
effect is not only to prevent inflamation in se
vere caBes of burns and wounds of every de
scription but to cure inflamation both internal
and external at tiny stage of its existence.
Its uniform effect in hundreds of cases abun
dantly proves that, as yet, no medicine has been
introduced to the public possessing such pow
er to cure inflammatory diseases or every kind,
not excepting inflammatory rheumatism, salt
fllieum, fellons, fever sores, cancers or the in
formation in the eyes; as the plaster now of
fered. - One very peculiar quality of it is, that
ft generally relieves the pain in a few hours
after it is applied. For sore eyes shut the eye
and put the plaster directly on the eye and '
wear it (removing it once in twelve hours and
washing off the matter on the eye with cas
tile soap,) till the inflamation is entirely out,'
say from three to ten days. The proprietor
never thought of applying it to sore eyes un-
til about two years since, when he applied it
to a case in his family and was astonished at
the result. ' Since then he has applied it in ma
ny severe cases and it has uniformly effected a '
cure and leaves the eye natural and free from
any mflamatory appearance as though it had
not been sore. He fully believes that almost
every cose of sore eyes may be cured by it tn a
few days, except in cases of intemperance. ' '.
Mr. E. Dean. Sir, I have used yourChem
ical plaster in six cases of fellons, all ot which
I cured ; also several caBes ot innamatory rheu
matism with like good success.
THAYER CUMINGS. ""
' Mayville N. Y. August 86, 1887.'
Mr. E. Dean. Sir, Mr. Rodolphus Brown,
my father-in-law, some time last fall, had a se
vere attack ot the inflamation in both eyes, so
that he could not bear the lieht, and scarcely
see, after using various remedies for three
weeks and his eyes still growing worse, ana so
painful that he could not rest day or night, he
applied your chemical plaster and in a few hours
his eyes were easy, and began to discharge
freely, and the inflamation began to disappear;
we continued the plaster for one week remo
ving the inflamation, and his eyes assumed
their former appearance. We also applied in
one of the worst cases of fellon, which afforded
relief in a few hours so that the individual bad
a good night's rest. For six days and nights
previous be had not been tree trom excessive
Dain b some of the time he had been so distract
ed, with pain that be had to be held by force, .
ULAK& UUULUi .
Portland N. Y. Feb. 2, 1837. ..
Mr. E. Dean. Sir, I have now sold at re
tail about 400 boxes of your Chemical Plaster
and have beard from a great portion of them as
producing the desired effect. Several impor
tant cases in this vicinity which came under
my knowledge, where other medicines had been
tried for years without effect, have been cured.
In fact, I think it one of the most valuable me
dicines for curing inflamatory diseases ever in
vented, aud do think the suffering of the afflic
ted demand that you should give it a general
circulation, and make' its virtues known.
ROBERT HOLLISTER, Druggist.
Buffalo, March 1, 1837 .
Mr. E. Dean. -Sir, in May last, I put out
two bones in my instep, which laid me up for'
six months, so that I could not walk on my foot.
I employed several physicians to no effect, and
in October last I procured a box of your plaster, 1
which cured my foot in a short time. I have
applied it to my back also, end received imme- '
diate relief in a case of rheumatism.
THO'S. SMITH. -
Melborough, Ulster co. 7
N. Y. Oct. 12, 1835. S
Price 75 cents. For sale by E. Dean, pro
prietor, Westfield, Chatauque co. N. Y. None
genuine unless signed in his own hand on the ,
stereotype wrapper. Sold by druggists ts
agents in New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh,
and Buffalo. Also by O Williams b Co., and
Dr. O. . White, Maumee City, and Peck b
Griswold, Perrysburg. ' " . -
October, 21. : ' ,. fi9y 1.
-f A A bushels of Timothy Seed, just
JLlU received by
- A. J. HACKLEY, ,,
EA KETTLES Sheet iron Tea Kittles,
a new article, for sale by -
W. WIS WELL b CO. ,r
WARRANTEE DEEDS, Mortgage"
DaaiIb. with n oranarftl assortment of
Justices Blanks, for sale at this office. -v' - ,
GASH, leather or Goods, paid for Hide
and Skins, at No. 3, Commercial buildr
nigs, by L. BEEBEE. Y
june 23 ; " 'J ' ' '. .;. ;',;.;
SANDWICH Island Molasses, superior to
any other importation; now offering for,
sale by the barrel or gallon, at No. 3, Com-,
mercial buildings, by , L. BEEBEE.,
june 23 , .... .."' . .f-s
INSPECTED Hops for those who prefer.,
health to ague, for sale at No. 3, Commer
cial buildings,ly . ; L. BEEBEE.
MT CLEMENS WINDOW i GLASS.;
"I fi. Ann 'eet on consignment, , and .
JLOjUUvF - will be sold at manufacture,
ers prices, at Wholesale or Retail.- --
This is not inferior to any Cylinder Glass
manufactured in the United States, aqd has
the advantage of being generally free from
breakage, the prices' fixed, it is believed, are
lower than any foreign glass of equa,l quality1
that can be obtained at Maumee City. V
FORSYTH & HAZARD. ;
' ; August to.irj . J. ';2itf
MAUMLS CITY- EXPRESS
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