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"Tne citizen of Lockport, without distinction
of party' ask for the resignation of John Bow
nan, who,, without a single qualification
for the office,' war appointed Canal Commis
sioner: He Is a slow, slip-shod sort Of a man,
without' a apark of energy, enterprize or in
telligence, so necessary irt such a situation.
But F one of the dull tools with which the Al
bany Recency work. Heonceonerea a ties.
olution prepared by A. C. ; Flagg, ostracising
Gov. CLiirroiias President of the Canal Hoard,
For this he was first made a Canal Collector
and then Canal Commissioner, lie is a clog
to the work, and we do not wonder that the
people want to get nd of him. Alb. Suit.
Corretpondenceof the Albany Argus.
;.,.rt 1"A,I LbWMTON. Aug. IS, 1B38.
It may be a matter of interest to your rea
der to be Informed of the tate of the sixteen
state convicts, sentenced to be executed on the
25th. J '' V : .;" -.; 1...
i Three of them, Chandler, Wait and McLe
od, are. to be executed en the 15th, agreeably
to their sentence. - 1 (
1 Eight others, including Miller and the other
Americans, to be transported to some one of
the British Colonies for life. Three others, to
the penitentiary for three years." i ...; -
-The qae of the remaining convict, Waggon
er, ha hot been .decided : great efforts have
been made by his friends to procure hi banish
ment to the states. !.. ;.!
The trial of Beamer, who led a body of lan
cer at the affair of the Short Hills, comes on
to-day or to-morrow: and the general belief
is that lie will be convicted and sentenced to
beexeuted. i -v,- -.- :,
' ,Mr. Adams, on a late visit to Hingham, was
received by several hundred ladies, who pre
pared an entertainment for him in its vicinity.
After being introduced to the company he made
a short speech, which concluded tlius: " He
bad found in the course of his life, that it was
an easy matter to address two hundred and for
ty men, but it had been to him a sufficiently ar
duous task to address successfully one woman,"
Music and dancing closed the festivities of the
occasion; and that being the termination of the
affair, we look upon the whole as a village fete,
and can pardon its political bearing for the sake
of its joyous conclusion. .. .. ,
- DisoRiciroi. A little girl about 0 years of
age was seen yesterday passing through Chat
ham Btreet1 with a small coffin in ber hand,
which was mostly covered by a green veil. On
being asked what it contained, she replied that
it was a" dead baby," and that her father, who
was also the father of the dead child, had com
pelled her to bring it all the way from Suffolk
street to the Alms House, in the hot sun. The
father is himself a stout healthy man. A. Y.
Express. ' ": ,
.. How the Ststbm' Works. The Troy
(Miami Co.) Post office, an Administration
Sub Treasury, was robbed of $700 in specie
on Thursday night last, and afterwards set on
fire. .The letter and papers were saved,
though the building was consumed. The Sub
Treasurer of this robbed and burnt Deposito
ry is the Loco foco candidate for the Legisla
ture in Miami county. Hi claims to the suf
frages of his party are no longer equivocal.
Dayton Journal,, , ; i
Skrimuaoe. Prentice of the Louisville
Journal, and free Tom Moore recently had a
rencontre at Harrodsburgh Springs. They
discharged : pistol, Moore into the ground,
Prentice into a tree top.' No harm -done.
Prentice hitsbest with a quill. Clev. Her.
Troofs. The Government steamer Mil
waukee is lying in this port, waiting the arrival
of the troop from the Cherokee country.
They are expected by Canal soon. Part will
go to Ft. Gratiot, and the remainder below
some 400 in all are en route. Clev. Her.
.The city of Buffalo, we were told by long
residents, is unusually healthy, for this season
of the year. The fine rains of Wednesday
night and yesterday morning, followed as they
have been by a cool,, bracing air, are excellent
grounds for the hope that the city may contin
ue equally healthy through the season. Buff,
Rep. . .
Joseph D. Adams, late cashier of the Fulton
Bank, in this city, appeared yesterday before
the Municipal Court to answer to seven indict
ment for defrauding that institution, on which
h was arraigned. Ho gave bail in $.'3,000
for hi appearance at trial next term, Boston
Journal. v.rf ,,' . .. ;;,:; 7; :; r, 1
A silk company in Connecticut, which has
only been in operation two and a half years, is
stated to have divided $100 on each share,
where but $25 was paid in. . ' ,
-Thb No'ftiam Consummated The Bank
tj the United States oj Pennsylvania, and the
i Treasury Department of the United States
; united. v-: ''"
Th Treaaurv Deoartment ia now issuing
draft on the 'Bank of the United State of
Pennsylvania."-)' Wef have seen them. Ana
this too, before that bank has resumed pecie
payments! What shall we see next? Nicho
lu .Kiddle. Aha Financial Agent of Levi Wood-
bury. Secretary of the Treasury. Such is thd
fact, and it cannot begainsayed. - The Bank
rupt institution' of Mr. Biddlo's, the fiscal agent
of the Government J An institution that but
two b three week ago, it was asserted in the
official organ, would not, or could not resume
specie payment. -Oh! the monster! the mo
nopolizer that shielded herself behind the cot
ton bale Of the South. ' The money king! the
purchaser of men and votes like cattleVm the
market ! ' The seducer of members of Congress
from their constituents ! the controller of the
public press! the most corrupt engine that ever
was established amid a free oeople! ;These are
a few of th epithet and appelation that have
been cast upon MrvBiddle'i bank by those and
their friend who hate now entered into a trea
ty of amity, whether dofenive and offensiye
ornot, we-do notknow. --'5''-i'",5:r
What will the Democracy ay to this! And
.t,.t ,n thnsfl. their servants; ' who have con
summated the nuptial y in explanation, but
that it is a fair business transaction
.1 Whore is your Sub-Treasnry your separa
tion from all , bank your divorce flow 1 A
h.ndnruul! tonnmininusW abandoned. ' After
. , . 1 .. 4 ... 1 , tliAm
for a year, and brought ruin upon thousands of
ftauins KRni luh ctwuuf ii wwu , ...v...
good nonesi cuizens, in mitempmiB; w iuivn
them Upon tne country: juaaisoman.
"Thb Navt. Indignation on account of the
Globes atrocious attack upon the Navy is sprea
ding far and wide, and is by no means confined
to the opponent of the administration. Every
body condemns it. Mr. Paulding's refusal to
disavow the authorship of the libellous article
is ruinin? him with the nation. It is impossi
Me thut. with such an imputation resting upon
him, he can teraain at the head of the depart
ment. Th nntira interest of the navy must
tie sacrificed, bv the existence, in the bead of
it of ipk fWlinai towards th Officer as Mr.
. Paulding' manifesto exhibits. .Batirt ore
Chronicle. - V ' "" ' C
Firb a Banqor. A letter from the office
of the Bangor Whig, dated Snuday evening,
states that -a destructive fire had broken out
there on that morning, which had consumed
several buildings, and a considerable quantity
of valuable property. The fire originated in a
building in Wall street, occupied by N. John
son, coppersmith, and had gained so much
headway before being discovered, that the ef
forts ot the bro department to extinguish the
flames, were for sometime unavailing, and the
five frame houses adjoining Wall street, three
tenements on Main street, known as the Ar
cade Building;, and some two or three other
nouses were consumed before the ore was got
under. ' V ..
Lose o Lira at thb Sagharbor. Firb.
In our last paper, we gave an account of the
great fire at Sag Harbor, with, the probable
loss of life. Later aooounts from the papers
published at that place, stnte that the body of
mar n . , ...
wm. v fjidriuge, aged 18, was taken Irom
under the ruins and buried next day. Henry
Westerday, aged 18, who jumped from the
third story window of Kings building, died the
same morning. James Tetit, who also jum
ped from a second story building, is doing well ;
the colored women who jumped from the same
window that Westerday did, is also doing well.
Long Island Star. .'. i , .
The Alexandria Gazette states that Com.
Hull would take the command of the U. S.
Frigate Constitution, and proceed to the Me
diterranean. ' '
.The troops stationed at Buffalo, have been
orde ed to Sacketts Harbor. ,. Mi'.,;,,ri
i NEW STORE.
THE subscribers have opened a Boot, Shoe
and Leather Store, opposite the Temper
ance House, and one door east of the Exchange,
where thoy intend manufacturing, and keeping
constantly on hand, Boots and Shoes of every
description to suit the purchaser. . '
' Gaiter Boots, Ladies' Slippers, Men's Pumps,
coarse and fine Men's Boots, Shoe Findings,
tic, tor manufacturers.
Also, an assortment of Children's Shoes,
Leather of all kinds at the lowest prices, and
a few bales of Cotton cloth, by the piece or
oaie. Alt or which they will sell Tor Ursh,
Hides or Produce, as low as the business will
afford. CURTIS to KRIDLER.
Perrysburg, Aug. SO, ' SJtf
JUST received at the Miami Cash Store, a
superior article of Shaker Brooms, by .
. Aug. 30. T, W, CROWELL.
JUST received 3000 yards and yard wide
Brown Shirtings and Sheetings from 6 to 15
cents. Also. Domestic Flannels, Socks tic.
fee. by T. W. CROWELL.
Aug. 30. 22 . '
Thb Statb or Ohio,
Lucas County, ss.
Lucas Com. Pleas.
James W. Knaggs, vs. William Clark, Mary
Clark, John V. Ueaw and Charlotte his wife,
John S. Haung and Mary his wife, beorge
S. Titus and Lydia Ann his wife.ond Sarah
C. Clark and Hellen Clark.
rpHE complainant in this having filed his bill
in Uhancery in this Uourt, alleuging that
one William Clark executed a Mortgage deed
to him on the lands in the said bill described,
to secure to said complainant the payment of a
sum of money in the said bill described, and
that tho time in said Mortgage specified for
the payment of said money has elapsed, and
the said Mortgagor departed this life leaving
tho said defendants, his heirs at law, and ad
ministratrix and relict, and praying that the
equity of redemption be foreclosed, and it be
ing proven to the satistaction or tne court, tuat
the said defendants are not residents of the
state of Ohio, it is ordered by the court that
publication of the pendency of the said bill be
published as the law directs. The said defen
dants are therefore hereby notified to appear
in said court on or before the next term there
of, and answer the said bill, or the same will be
taken as confessed against them.
SPINK fe COFFENBURY, SoVsfor Pefrs.
August 29, 1838. .2816
Thb Statb or On,o. ) Com. peo,;
Lucas County ks. 1 v
Mary Clark, vs. William Clark, Sarah C. Clark,
- i IT II . ,
v. . ana neiten uiarx.
npHE petitioner in this cause having filed her
- petition, stating that she is the guardian of
the said delendants, and that the said deienu-
ants are the infant heirs of William (Jiark, de-
censed, and who have an undivided interest in
the lands in said petition described, and that it
will be for the interest of said defendants, that
the said land be sold according to law, and
praying that the same be so sold; and it being
proved to tho satisfaction of the court thsl
said defendants are not resident in the slate of
Ohio, and the court having ordered publication
of the pendency of said petition, the said de
fendants are hereby notified to appear in said
court' at the next term thereof, and defend
uRinst said netition, or the prayer thereof will
be granted, and the said land sold accordingly.
. - rtlTiPPMnfTOV PJ. A. P.,l.
August 29, 1838. : -i2te. -
WASHINGTON HOUSE TO LET.
THIS House is situated on Canal
ill street, near me centre or ms cuy. m
position on the banks of the river, gives
t a most consoicuous and pleasant appearance.
For location, and command of. respectable and
profitable business, pnrhaps no house in the
i i .i. :
western country l oouer tium man .
-' To a food tenant that will keep a respecta
ble house, the rent will be low. ' Apply to the
subscriber near the premises t.
li i Mil ,71 : 7 ' HUK.AJIS IVAIld. "
MaumeeCity,Aug. 25, 1838. - Uf
THE firm of Freeman fc Nearing, at Prov
idence. Ohio, was by mutual consent dis
solved on the 22d day of Jaly last past. Im
mediate payment ot all dent one to me nrm
must be made to P. Nearing, who is duly au-
rxsMt, 'u-. .u! 'A& P. NEARING.- ;
hretofore carried brt by Free
man to Nearing,' Will be continued by the Bub-
- .! " V. NEARING.
' Providence, Aug. 1ft. - ' "" "ttf: '
..,,. MrtRR NEW OOODS.
fTiHE subscriber are now receiving from
JL ' Boston a runner suppiy w ittcriuuM
nrints. Blue Drill, Curtain Calicoes, Shirting,
Sheeting fee. fee U. fet W. RICHARDSON.
1.. 17 ififlftf - SO.-
1UK I "
T " ADIES SLIPPERS just received a fresh
I i supply 6f Ladie Morocco- Slipper by
Aug. 1". ,0 V. w,n.in.Lj.
mEA, COFFEE. SUGAR,
fee, for sale in
,.'..; ... ,i
RAGS. Clean 'linen Rag, received
payment for paper at tin office. -
c .;' SHERIFF : SALES. Y-i
TY virtue of k writ of vendi; expo, issued
jb- out oi ine oun or common 1'leas, in and
for the county of Lucas, to me directed and
delivered, I shall expose to sale at the Court
House in Toledo, on Saturday, September
xuin, at a o ciock r. M. tlio following descri
bed lands to wit! The went halt' of tho annth.
east nuarter of Gection 1. in tnum o in ihm
united stales is mile square Reserve, at the
toot or tne rapids oi the Miami of Lake Erie,
taken ill tha auit of S. A. S.rrronf mA Inlin
H. Sargent, against William McMillan.
'- - C G. SHAW, Sheriff. !
By F. E. KiuTLAifD, Deputy, ...
1 August 24. v -:' 21w6
BY virtue of a writ of Fi. Fa. issued out
of the Court of Common Pleas, in and for
the county of Luca, to me directed and deliv
ered, I shall expose to sale at the Court House
in Toiedo, on Saturday, September 28th, at 3
o'clock Pt M. the following land to wit; Lot
numbered thirty-four, in Hunts addrion to
Mauinee, taken in the suit of Peter Fisk,
against Benaiah liancon. . ' .,
. lC, G. SHAW, Sheriff.
By F, E. KlRTLAND, Deputy.?.
Aug. 24, llwB
BY virtue of a writ of vendi. expo, issued
out of the Court of Common Pleas, id
and for the county of Lucas, to me directed
and delivpreri. I ahull nv i trie A In nla mt tha
Court House in Toledo, on Saturday, Septem-
oer xmn, at 9 o'clock f. M. the following des
cribed lands to witj the south half of the
north-west Oimripr Hflptinn thirt-thrpa. In
township numbered eight in the ninth range,
and entered at the Bucyrus Land Office in Oc
tober. A. D. 18.1B. In Iron In tha nil- nP S A
Sargent and J. H. Sargent against William
n.n... . -.nr. LTI . ,r (II ' rt H
v. vx. oriAW, oaeryf, -;
By F. E, Kirtiand, Deputy. ;
. Aug. 14. '.'; 21tds l"L
BY virtue of a writ of Fi. Fa. issued
out of the Court- of Common Pleas, in
and for the county of Wood, to me directed
and delivered,' I shall expose to sale at the
Court House in Toledo, on .Saturday Septem
ber 39, at 3 o'clock P. M. the following des
cribed lands to wit; the north-east quarter of
the north-east quarter of section No. 10, in
township No, 11), south of range No 3 east,
containing forty acres; and the east half of
the north-west quarter of section 4, the west
half of the north-east quarter of section 4 as
last mentioned, and the south-west quarter of
the north-west nuarter of same section 4, all
in the aforesaid township No. 10, south of
range No. 3 east, containing in all two hun
dred acres, taken in the suit of Augustus M.
Thompson, against Jesse Carter.
: ' C. G. SHAW, Shertf.
By F. E. Kirtland, Deputy. ,, . ,..!
Aug. 24. 21tds.
BY virtue of a writ of vendi. expo, issued
out of the Court of Common Pleas, in and
for the county of Luca to me directed and deli
vered, I shall I'xpose to -ale at the Court House,
in Toledo, on 5aturd.iy,Septem ber 29th, at 3 o'
clock P. M. the following described lands to
wit: lot numbered 142, in Hunt and Beau
grands addition to M iumee, taken in the suit
of LsviBuebee against James M. Spafford.
. C. G. SHAW, Sheriff.
By F. E. Kirtlahd, Duputy.
August 24.- 2Hds
DY virtue of a writ of vendi. expo, issued
out of the Court of Common Pleas, in and
for the county of Wood, to me directed and deli
vered,! shall expose t o sale at the Court House
in Toledo, on Suturday.Suptember 1 9th, at 3 o'
clock P. M. tho following described lands to
wit: lot numbered 142 in Hunt and Beau
grands addition to Maumoe, taken in the suit
of Nathan Burkhalter, against James M Spaf
ford. . ,., . SHAW, Sheriff, r
By F. E. Kirtlanp, Deputy.
August, 2 1. 21tds
BY virtue of a writ of Fi. Fa. to me direct
ed, from the Court of Common Pleas oi
Cuyahoga county, Ohio, I have taken, and shall
expose to sale on the whart of J. Wolcott k
Co., in Maumee City, on the 18th day of Au
gust nexr,nt 3 o'clock P. M. a quantity of Lum
ber, four thousand feet, more or less, taken at
the suit of Thomas Williams, vs. Erastus Gil
bert. " '.'
C. G. SHAW, Sheriff.
By F. E. Kirtland, Deputy'
July 21. , : i ! !16w4
The above sale is postponed until the 15th
of September next,' at the same time1 of day
and place. - . U. U. SHAW, tSMertff.
By F. E.' Kirti.and, Veputy. ;, ' :
MAUMEE CITY HAT, CAP & FUR
ACKKR fe KAAUY having removed to
their new Store on Erie street one door
West of the old Post Office, give notice that
they have just received an extensive and well
selected assortment of Hats and Caps of every
variety and fashion, from 84 to 3C, which they
offer for Cash only, at prices varying from one
shilling to eight dollars -consisting of men's
Cup-Beaver, Black and Drab Brush, Satin Bea
ver, ' Black and Drub Silk, f or Wool and Uhip
and youths Satin Beaver, Black and Drab Silk,
f ur and Wool and Uhip Mats, mrns' uioin anu
Cadeti youth .and Childrens' Cloth, Velvet,
Plush, and Circassian Caps, all which they of
fer at NewiYork retail prices.! oi v " v i. t
As they intond hereafter to rnanulacture
Hats' and Caps,; they would give notice to
Country Merchants and Dealers, that they are
prepared to supply at wholesale, Hats and Caps,
both of their own and Eastern manufacture, on
good terms aa can be bought this side New-
,rk.?'j: iLilUtC i-'-":V:..J
Being desirous of disposing of their remain-
ins Stock of Goods, they offer them unusually
low for oath. They have just received afresh
supply of Groceries, consisting of Trts, Sugar,
Coffee, Molasses, Lamp Oil, feci fee.) which
will be sold extremely low for cwh! '
Cash paid for shipping For "H 1 "?.
August 17. !.." ." i--W.-
LOW, CROWN. ;wideibrim, old Fashion,
smooth Castor Hats ,' an excellent article
intended for elderly men. V . , -,
VAug.iT.ps"., .. ' , ;.: . .;. . so;.,;:
CHILDRENS' fancy Velvet and Fur caps
an elegant article, for sale bjr1"" 20 --Aug.
17, 1838. ACKER to KANADY?
tvrOTICE 1 hereby given to all persons in
terested, thabat my instance, a writ of at
tachment waa this day issued by Wm. Meeker
a Justice of the Peace of Sa an Creek Town
ship, in the County of Lucas and state of Ohio,
against the goods, chattels) right, credits, mo
neys and effects of Philander Noble, an abscon
ding debton D. HOLLINSHEAD. -
KAttf. 11th i83$.' : iM ' ' 20w6.
NAILS just received 20 Casks, all sites from
3 to 40 by G. fe W. RICHARDSON.
Aug. 17. , ji.Mv' m SO-
SMITH & CO.
Storage,' Fonoarding' and Commission
T EALERS in Provisions, Lumber and Sail.
the undersigned have taken the Ware'
house, formerly occupied by Bingham fe Fu
rey, and have made such arrangements to tran
sact Business in their lino, as uiuft give satis
faction to those who may entrust them with
They are agent for the following transpor
tation companies on the Erie and Ohio canals,
and steamboat and vessels on the Lake, viz:
' WesTBim Transportation Co. "'
. Washington Line. .! . ' i , ;
-Detroit Lm.-iAi'4'tit am-'i .,'.
- Express b Tblborafb Liner, !
On the Ohio Canal, and ' :
" Trot b Oswboo Lihs.." i . ; " '
Some of the above Linos are deeolv inte.--
ested in shipping controlled at the Foot of the
Jtiapitis,anu running directly trom Buffalo, and
intermediate ports to this point: thereby pre
senting greater facilities 1 for . the sure and
speedy conveyance of Western Goods, than
any other Lines, i ii :.. ' 7 ,., ..;,..
uoods have reached this nort. transnnrtad bv
the above named Lines, in eight days from
newt i orn city, i :n ir ;,. . "j
'i To Contractor d Produce Dealer i, m
" We shall keep constantly on hand all kinds
of Produce and Provisions. We have now in
Store and for sale, '
250 bbls. superfine Flour, 1
Dried Applesj .
. " : Peaches, ,;
Beans, ' .;
' 2000 bushel Oits, ' . :' . ;
.20 boxes 8 by 10 Ohio Glass, . .f .
, , 50 " 10 by 12 " . .i "
20 ; 7 by , 9 " " . ,
Also, a constant supply of new butter iii
Firkins, all of which will be sold a low,, if
not lower, than can be had in the market, for
Cash. ... SMITH fe CO.
Maumee City, July 21, 1838. 16
THE following assessments for the current
year have been declared by the Directors
of the Portaob CoUNTr Mutual Insurance
1 of l per cent. April 19th, 1838: and I and
I per cent. June 2?th, 1838. That is 2 per
cent, on all Premium Notes of date prior to
April 10th, or on No's. 1 to 134 inclusive.
And 1 i per cent, on all Premium Notes after
April 18th and prior to June 27th; or on No's
1893 to 1923 inclusive. Payment ot the same
to be made at the office or to any agent of the
Company on or before the first day of Sep
r E. N. SILL, Secretary.
Cuyahoga Falls, July 84th, I8S8. a(U3
Assessments may be paid to G. b W. Rich
ardson, Maumee City. . , '
7 finn cet seasoned white wood, 1 inch
tO,JJJ board, -2 inch plank, 1 and 1J
inch Flooring, Siding.
9 by 4, 4 by 4, 4 by 6, s by , '4 by B ana
2 by 8 Joist, Also,
75,000 sawed Laths for sale at the corner of
Kingsbury and Front-street, by "'
BOYNTON & GANNETT.
Aug. 11. , , . . l8tf
CASTANA NUTS, English Walnuts, soft
and hard shelled Almonds, Filberts fee.
Aug. 17. SO G. to W. RICHARDSON.
DETROIT & MAUMEE CITY.
TlHE new and Fast sailing Low Pressure
. Steamboat ERIE, Capt. ARTHUR ED
WARDS, will run for the remainder of the sea
son between Detroit, Maumee City and Per
rysburg as follows:
Leaves Detroit for Maumee City and Perrys
burg every Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
at 9 o'clock A. M. . Leaves Maumee City and
Perrysburg for Detroit, every Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday, at 7 o'clock A. M. '
For Freight or Passage, apply to the Capt
ain on board. . ,' . :k" Aug. l. 20 j
v' .-. - " LUMBER. r
ffrn Yififi feet on8 inca "ine Lumber
UU,UUU ss.OOO feet 1J-" ' . . ; -
25,000 - each ljaiid2inch,
50.000.' First oualitv Pine Shingles warranted.
Just received and for sale by SMITH to Co.
PAPER Hangings and Bordering, by
june 20 G. to W. RICHARDSON.
ODFISH and Mackerel, by ,.'.
june 20 - G. to W. R1CHARUSOIN.
A LOUD AND LAST CALL., ..
TO all whom it may concern. i lie subscn
Wd rA nnur, mitlrincr arrangements to
start east, and all persons knowing themselves
i,,inkftel ia en'iA firm, arp rp.nuested to make
immediate payment and save 9St, as no fur
ther indulgence Will oe given. ,
july 28. .U. wiLiJUiAJua u lu.
TvRY. GOQDS,. Groceries, Hardware,
, JL Stone and Crockery ware, for sale by
july 28. ' - ; O. WlLLiAwa u
ALT by the bbi. or in small quantities, by
july 28 '-- - U. WILiLllABlO Wi -
RUGS, Medicines, Paints and Dye Stffus,
I . . mmr-wr T W S 1111 O
for sale, by , U.wiiiiiiAoao v-. v ,
TIN b COPPER Manufactory carried on;
Tin ware at Wholesole and Retail, by
; july, 28. Z O. WILLIAMS to CO.
Ofl 'linn Feet pine Lumber, for sale bv ;
OU,UUU j S8 o.. WILLIAMS & CO..
AGS! RAGS!! Wanted good nd clean
rtgs. by j 38 O.WILLIAMS liU.1'1'
HIDES. Wanted, Calf and Buff Hides
by o AVILLIAMS fe CO.
TO LET. -A good Store Room, ono door
west of the Central House, also several
upper room, suitable for offices and shops &o?
apply to i : i 1 rj ; Q.. WILLIAMS fe CO. l
QN.the turnpike road, within one mile north
of, Maumee Citv,, a Deei of Land con
taining about 40 acres, bejonging' to Jacob
a m,uin finding the above cloej,
and returning it to tha Post OlRcn, in Maumee
VitJt W bo lioeraiiy rowarueu.- r - ,
Monclova, Aug. 25. ,' ' 81t3; !
'''' NEW GOODS.1; '!
JUST, received at the .Miami Cash Store, a
splendid assortment of French,: English
auu American prima, gingnamt, r rencn mus
lin, ladies and Misses Shoes, Bonnets, and al
most every article usually kept in a Dry Goods
Store, which will be sold lower for cash than
at any other establishment on the Maumee river.
io mistaKo. (jail and see. . ; -
june a..,,.., v, ., T. W. CROWELL.
TlRUOMS.--K0 doz. Brooms, a superior ar-
jw ticie, trom tne south, just received and tor
sale by the dozen or single, at A; CARF3.
.juiy it,.., is j
GLASS1 GLASS!! 4000 feet Window
Glass, 7 by 98 by 10 9 by 1218 by
18. received and for sale very low by '
jytl ; A. CAR Y.
A CONSTANT supply of the genuine
Rowsnds Tonic Mixture, and Pills for
the cure of the Fever b Ague, on hand and at
wholesale and retail, by' i- .a . i
July 28 - O. . WIJuLIAMS fe CO.
BEANS! A few barrels for sale. Also,
dried Apples, by A. CARY. "'
July 21. . , 16 ,
BROWN and bleached Sheeting and Shirt
ing, from 8 to 25 centt, by ; ' . .'
ju!yl. T. W. CROWELL.
NOTICE is hereby given to all persons in
terested that at my instance a writ of
attachment whs this day issued by Wm. Meek
er, a Justice of the Pence ot Swan Creek town
ship in the County of Lucas, Ohio, against the
goods, chattel?, rights, credits, moneys and
effects of Sidney M. Hawley an abxent debtor.
July 20, 183S. JOHN WEBB.
LUMBER. On consignment a large quan
tity of Oak Plank, White Ash Flooring,
white wood Biding and boards for sale, low for
cash. :,; ' :. -
. ..',i , F. W. LAWSON to Co.
Maumee City, July 7, 18.38. ' . :.
FRENCH muslin, French cambrics, Amer
ican prints from 10 to 25 cents, Florence
silks, crapes, ribbons fee, by, .
july 21. , T. W. CROWELL.
FLOUR FOR MICHIGAN MONEY.
N consignment, a lot of beat brand Michi-
ean Flour for which the bills of all the
chartered banks, and the Back of Brest, Ho
mpr. Huron River, Gibralter and Merchants'
fe Mechanics' Bank of Monroe, will be taken
at the lowest cash prico.
f. VV. LAWSUIN, & CO.
(at their warehouse, wator-street.)
Maumee, July 21, 1838. , .18
FLOUR FOR MICHIGAN MONEY.
A CONSTANT supply of Superfine Flour
will be kept on hand, and sold at $3,(10
per barrel, for good Michigan money, by
july 21. J. WOLOOTT to CO.
. . . , , NOTICE
fTiHE subscriber has this day purchased the
X entire stock in trade, ot u. U. Woodruff,
consisting of Hardware, Tin and Copper ware,
Stoves, toe. fee: he has also purchased the
Tin and Copper Manulactorv, and rented tor a
term of years, tho Shop and Store of C. D.
Woodrutt, where he will at all limes be ready
te nerve the public, in his line, as cheap, fur
cash, as any other establishment in this vicini
ty. '. ' j. t. wuuuiturr,
Perrysburg, May 8, 1838. 18mB
tORN BROOMS. 40 dozen, Just received
on consignment, tor sale cheap by the CO'
zen orsingle, by E. FA1RMAN.
Julv 21. .
CHINA, Crockery and Glass Ware. Large
aud general assortment. No. 1 Commer
cial Buildings. , E. F AIRMAN, Agent.
Julv 21. , 16
FOR SALE. A font ot small Pica of
about two hundred pounds, nearly new
and complete, with Italic and cases, at this of
READY MADE CLOTHING Large and
general assortment, su,er.ine fine and
common for summer, fall and winter weor,Com-
mercial. buildings. E. FAIKMAN.
Aug 4, 1838;. ' '"" ,. ' 18
HATS i FOR GENTLEMEN Just re
ceived four cases fashionable drab and
black Hats, Commercial Buildings.
';" ' , ' E. FAIRMAN. ,
Aug, 4, 1833.. y :-!:: ; -; ;: ' 19
T - ADIES French, Kid, Goat and Calf skin
I A Shoes and Slippers, from 6 to 12 shillings
Coarse Boots and Brogans, Misses and Cliil
drens Shoos, at the .Miami Cash Storo, by 5
july 21. T. W. CROWELL.
HOTEL TO" LET. :
1 TO RENT and immediate poseession
given, the new and commodiousMiAMi
Hotel, situated in the lower ward cf
Mauinee City. ' This house is at the corner of
Detroit Street and Michigan avenue, a few
rods only from the main atcamboat landing,
and close by the Ferry at which the travel be
tween Michigan and the eastern states cresset
the-Maumee river, 9",-''-a
Tins Hotel ia of threo stories, With basement
rooms, fronting eighty feel on Detroit street,
and ninety feet on the avenue, and its position
on the bank Of the river, gives it a conspicuous
and pleasant appearance. ; Several steamboats
from Buffalo, and other lake ports, every day
arrive at and depart from this point. For itc
command of respectable business both in sum
mer and Winter, there is probably no; note)
better situated than this. . " '' ', !
To a good tenant who would furnish it res
pectably, it would be let for a term of years at
a moderate rent; Irt 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. ..; .y ii . ! . '.'
Also to let for the present season, or term'ol
years; a Warehouse and Wharf, near the Mi
ami Hotel. Apply to the subscriber near the
premises.,; : . . - J VV. bLUl'.ij
Maumee City, Aug. 4, iSns. ',, 18.
T- ADIES HATS, PARASOLS fee Just
I i received a fine assortment of elegant Tus
rjo, prn,. or ... am prKnlB French
".all liair, qyv. lu iqi,vj,
Muslin, ' Prints, Lftces, together witrt. many
mercial Buildings. ; ' E. FAIRMAN. ,
: Ang. 4, 1883. ! '; : . ' , ' 18
.,v--. r,-;- NOTICE.
. i i hnvinir iiomands flirainst the
A,; Mume River Steam Boat Co. or the
Steam Boat Chesapeake, are requested to pre
sent their bills immediately to ' -' '' ''" '''
. J' i GEO. S. HAZARD.
Aug. 4, 1838.' ' . - . : '', ' '
, . 1888;'
AMERICAN TRANSPORTATION J
. LINE. , - v.
T HIT Splendid Steamboat MONROE, Capt.
' S. F.- Atwood, will make her reg
ular weekly trips between Detroit,Toledo,Mau-'
mee City and Buffalo, es follow i Leaves Buf
falo for the above n nH inia.mnj:.i. nnrfMM.ritj
er permitting) on Tuesday of each week. On
Iiav rl Ml, I, tl' U rt twin la.n. TPl . .
v. ...j. .a,es troit every i naay
morning, Maumee City and Toledo on the af
ternoon of the same dav. touching nh int-r.
mediate ports as above,
' ' " A0ENT9. ' ' ''
TREAT & CARTER, BvffaloS
SCOTT to CARTER, Cleveland; .
MEAD, K PLLOGG. Co, Detroit. '.,
FORSYTH DANIELS. Toledo.
FORSYTH to HAZARD JUaume City.
- MUTUAL INSURANCE. '
AN assessment of J of one per cent hat
been declared by the director of tha
Portage Co. Mutual Insurance company on alt
premium notes dated prior to April 19, J two.
is on Nos. 1 to 1834 inclusive. Payments of
the some to be made on or before the 1st day
of Sept. next at the office or to any agents of
the company. E. N. SILL, Secy. ;!
Wis. Kinqpecry, Jlg't Maumee City. -: 14-4T
CHAMPAIGN wine by , ,.
' . i ALLEN to GIBBONS.
July7, ' . . .. ;. , , , i4tf"
TO REN I . Tho 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 ia conveniently fitted
up for two families. 1 ' .
Also, the half of a two story dwelling next
door to the Commercial Buildings, on Wayne st
Also, tne store lately occupied by lra
White in the Brick Block. . ' , '' 1
Terms will be low and possession given im-',
mediately. Apply to ' L. BEEBE.
Com. Build's, Maumee city, July 7. 1638. 14tf
OAO "usn0'B dried Apples, and 25
JJ bushels 'dried Peaches, on hand
forsaleby A. J. HACKLEY. . -
MORE SHOES!! 2000 pairs Shoee, el
kinds and sizes, received and for sale low
for cash, by A, CARY. ,
July 21. , . 16 f
NEW FIRM, NEW STORE & NEW GOODS.
THIS subscribers would respectfully inform
the inhabitants of Maumee Citv and vi
cinity, that they have removed to their new
store on brie street, where they are now re
ceiving a large and well selected stock of Goods
from Boston and elsewhere, which will be sold
as low as they can be purchased in this city,
for Cash or country produce.
u. fe W. RICHARDSON. T
June 20, 1838. 12
FEATHERS for cash by
june 20 G. to W. RICIIARDSpN.
A LARGE assortment of Crockery, Glass,
and Chini ware, by . .
june 20 G. iz W. RICHARDSON.
CANE and wood seat rocking chairs, and
cane seat chairs, by
june 20 G. & W. RICHARDSON. "
PAINTS, Oils and Dye stuffs, a general as
sortment, bV 1 '
june 20 G." to W. RICHARDSON.
BROWN and white sugar, loaf do. by the
barrel or pound, by
june 20 G to W. RICHARDSON. .
EA and Coffee in any quantity, by
june 20 ii. & W . jKIUHAKDSON.
BOO 1 and Shoes, a general assortment
by G. to W. RICHARDSON.
STICKLED Lobsters, Tomato Ketchup, as
. sorted l'icl-Ies in Jars, by
. June 20 .-. G. to W. RICHARDSON.
CITRON dried Currants and Tapioca, by
june 20 G. to W. RICHARDSON.
CLEVELAND crackers by the barrel.
ALLEN & GIBBONS.
July 7, - I4tf
RECTIFIED whibkey bv the barrel.
. . : ALLEN fe G1BUONS.
- July 7. : I4tf
ARPENTERS and Joiners Toole, by '
june 20 G. to. W. RICHARDSON.
SHELLED corn by ... . .
G. to W. RICHARDSON.
JUST received, a large supply of Sperm
Oil and Candles, on consignment, at No.
Commercial buildings, by M .) :'.,.
June 23 L. BEEBEE.
-t t boxes raisins, a great proportion
XvrvJ of them in the bunch, put , up ; ia
quarter boxes, on consignment, by ,
june aj , t ; Jj. nnniiuiiHi.
POSITIVELY, TI1E LAST CALIilTT
ALL persons indebted to the late firm of
Smith to Crow ell, or to me individually,
will please take notice, that if their accounts!
are not settled forthwith, they may look 'for
them at a Justices Office. I hope a word to
tho wise will be sufficient. - .
july 21. T. W. CROWELL,
DRY and ground, whitehead,: oil, turpen
tine, toe, by -,
June SO. G. to W.1 RICHARDSON.,1
BOSTON Crackers, Herring, Raisins, toe.'
toe, by' G. to W. RICHARDSON,
june 20 - '
READY MADE CLOTHING, Satinette,
Broadcloths, fee, by ' .. - vj-
july si. , ,' V T. W. CROWELL. t
SPERM Oil and Candles, by ...
june 20 G. to W. RICHARDSON,
EXTRA Superfine London Cloths. Blue,
black, green; rich silk velvets; sirge, and
Iback twilled camblet for. gentlemens Bummer
wear;1 Just received at No. 1, Commercial
buildings. - E., FAIRMAN, Agent.
July 21. ! ux. , .,. 18
PORK to LARD. 16 bbls.. prime Pork.
' 12 kors Lard, a superior article, iust re
ceived and for Bale by i ujr ft ' CARY. ?
July 21. .
A N excellent Cooking Stove, in eomp!of
IA. order, from Reed's Foundry, Troy, N. Y.
Also, a small box stove. For terms, apply at
this office. 18tf ' , Aug. II. "