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LOWER SANDUSKY it .MAUMEE.
mHG Steamboat COMMERCE, V. V
L Stevens, Master, wiU run the remain
der of the season, between L,ower Danausay
n Maumee Citv. touching .at the Plaster-
bed, Sandusky City, Wheeler's Wharf, (near
the Sandusky Light House,) Manhattan, 10
ledo and Perrysburg. She will leave Lower
8andusky and Maumee City every alternate
morning, at 7 o'clock.
. For freight or passage, apply to the Mastei
n board. orto y
R. Dickinsow b Co., Lower Sandusky
Towsbwd & WitiiAMs, SanduskyCity.
Palmer Bush, b Co. Toledo. '
Daui fc Bm Perrysburg;
" Forsyth b Hazard, Maumee City.
. June, 1838. . , 50 .;
NEW AND CHEAP STORE.
mHE subscribers have just received direct
-X from NewYork, and now offer for salo at
their store onWolcott street a few rods west ot
the Printing office, and nearly opposite the
"American Hotel," a large stock of superior
Groceries, consisting, in part, ot Fouchong,
Hingchong, Hyson Skin, Old and Young Hy
son teas, loat and Drown sugar, irioiasBeB,
Coffee. Pepper, Spice, raisins, Tobacco.Sale
ratus, Cocoa, Chocolate, cinnamon, cigars,
Snuff, mustard, Pepper sauce.Umger, Starch
Shot. Lard. Soap. Fish, be, &c.
Also a splendid stock of liquors and wines
of all kinds. Also a good assortment of Dry
Goods, comprising all articles usually kept in
Dry Goods Store, and a quantity of ready
made clothing, together with a quantity of
iron and Stoves, flour, .fork, butter, Axes
. The above Goods may be had at wholesale
or retail, and at fair prices.
The subscribers assert with confidence
that their stock of groceries i as large, if not
larger, and as good, if not better, than any
in the Mauinee valley.
A. J. HACKLEY.
f Maumee City, June 9, 1838. 89
. CASH STORE.
Maumee City, No. 1, Commercial Buildings.
mHE subscriber is now receiving direct
JL from New-York, on consignment, a very
choice and valuable assortment ot t ancy and
Staple Dry Goods, all of which are offered at
ounusually low prices for cash only, among
the numerous articles in store, may be found
, fine assortment of broad cloths, cassimeres
sattinetts and vesting?, ot various qualities
and colors, some of which are very fine, and
well worthy the attention of gentlemen. The
ladies will 1. a large selection of English
and American prints, and furniture calico,
from It to 26d; French muslin, ginghams,
silks of various colors, part of which are not
figured, very elegant; 20 doz. ladies hose, fine
assortment, from avery low priced, to a beau
tiful article; silk laced, both brown and bleach
ed; large assortment of gloves for ladies and
gentlemen; (ancy silk und gauze hdkfs; bead
bags ; fine and common linen pocket hdkfs;
satin jeans; large lot cambric and sarcenets,
good and cheap; bobbinett footings, elastics,
spool stands, threads, sewing silk, pins, tape,
bobbins; feather fans, rich ribbons, sprigs, ro
tes, and wreaths for ladies hats; a large as
sortment of ladies hats from $1.00 to $12,50;
willow baskets and reticules; oil cloth, and
fine straw braid bags; rich linen table damask,
brown and bleached; napkins; diapers; fine
and common linen?; bleached and brown fine
shirtings, and long cloths; flannels; drills 10
doz. suspenders from Is to $2,00; tailors
trimmings assorted; brown sheetings, Buffa
lo cloths; tickings; oil cloth; table mats;
house mats; willow wagons and cradles; cur
tains, with various other articles, too numer
ous to mention. :
Also, in a few days, will 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 be satisfied
both as to quality and prices. The arrange
stents are such that the stock will be kept
complete. IS. FAIKMAJN, Agent
-; Maumee eity, June 23, 1838 . 12
BUSINESS LOTS TO LEASE.
fTlHE subscriber for the purpose of affording
jl - vuiiveuieucea to men oi uusiness, wnoare
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 wis town, . . , .
, 19, 20,21; north side Broadway; 78 West
Side ot uanal street; IdO Corner at William St.
4 in block 1, north side of Sophia st; Also i
largo number of lots eligibly situated for resi
- For information and terms apply to.
v I. D. BEAUGRAND, Maumee City. -.
R. DICKERSON, r , ,
: LA. Q. RAWSON, Lower SandutJey
, ,4 lj-tf"
finri luperior bar soap, for sale
tJJJJt No. 3, Commercial buildines.
on consignment, by
june 2 '
COFFEE, tea, sugar, by
July 7,l4tf ALLEN b GIBBONS.
TTfTHISKEY-Chilicotho rectified Whis-
' key, a superior article, just received
and for sale low for good funds, by .
: . - . ... G. BEACH.
Perrysburg, June 16. ltf
MARENGO CASH STORE, f
THE subscriber is now receiving a variety
of fancy and staple dry goods, all of which
are offered at low prices for cash. . .
!, 1 - . A, VAN VOORST.
July 6, 1888. , 14tf "
BOOTS. A large assortment
y the case at the Marengo cash
' "J A- V A IM VIMJK.N'I'.
July 6, 1838
COARSE SHOES, at wholesale, low for
v1 coen, at tne larengo casn store.-"
' ';; '""" - A. VAN VOORSTv.1
' wuiye, 1838. . : : ' ',. 14tf
rj EADY made clothing for sale low for
cash at the Marengo cash store. ' ,
, A. VAN VOORST..
July 6, 1833 - - I4tf - -
ANDIE3, a general asortment for sale at
J tho Marengo cash store. " 1
. A. VAN VOORST:.
July 6, 1838. 1 -,- - ; I4tf
""'"T'ANrED. A good Journeyman Chair
Jlaker, to whom liberal wages will be
, ..: J. CREED.
f - 1 " . 47tf .
HEZEKIAH h. HOSMEK.
'AtTOaWBT AHD iOHClTOR
WILL give punctual attention to the du
ties of his profession in the severs,
counties comprising this judicial Circuit;; Of
nee in ine tOimi"'n.ii "--ft" lf.
Maumee city, Dec. .10, 18d7. . ".. tf ,
JUSTUS D WIGHT, .;..
' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office over Doan b Earl's' Store, WolcoH si'
.. . iMaumee City. . -
NOTJCE-All those indebted to the sub
scriber, either by Bond or Note, are re
quested to call and liquidate, or renew the
same i and all those havinsr Hook accounts un
settled, are requested to call and adjust the
same without delay, and give their notes
if the v. cannot make it convenient to pay. the
money. . Those who disregard this Call will
not be longer indulged. ' i.' ' :: ".
. :,. ,.0 .. 6 .. JOHN E.; HUNT.
Maumee city, April 8, 1837. jms 2tf
-m -AY Ac YOUNG Attornies and Coun
If i. sellors at Law, Maumee city, Lucas
county, Ohio. JJW.JU.JUAX. :v
June 3r1837 9tf-
X :BeetB, Carrots, Parsnips, Cabbage, &c,
a large quantity in good order, tor sale by
Maumee City, Sept. 30, .;" 26tf
BOOTS AND SHOES. :
ACARY, Front street, opposite the Jef
ferson House, has just received an ex
tensive assortment of Boots and Shoes, con
listing in part as follows ,f.,t
3uu pair tnicK boots, ll'U call do., 1 case
lined water-proof do., 2 cases boys' thick do.,
100 pair mens' thick brogans, 50 pair boys'
do., 600 pair womons' calf and grained leather
brogans, 100 pair childrens' do., 1 case ladies
gaiter boots, 1 case ladies India rubber fur
lined do., 1 case ladies' India rubber shoes, 1
case ladies' morocco walking shoes, 1 case lar
dies morocco rur-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 Uil, Sec. v ..-'- - - ; ,,s'V,';
A large lot of Feathers received on con
signment. . The above goods will be sold very
low for cash. ,. ; , . , i ;. -..-
Decembers, 1837. .' '.' 36tf
LIQUORS. 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
ARMS 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
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. ' '
JJEiNJ. 11. COFFIN.
May 25, 1835. 8tf
ATER PRIVILEGE 'FOR SALE.
Water privilege, suitnlile for the situation of a
furnace, l urge 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 triflinc
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 of sixty per cent. The subscriber will
give great encouragement to any person or
persons who will undertake and carry on the
abovo 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
profitable. . r,
For further particulars, inquire of .the eub-
scriuer 111 iuiaini ciiy.
. DANIEL HUBBELL.
June 9th, 1838. i . ., -:i i',-. 10
LARGE assortment of Dry Goods, Hard
. ware and nails, by
june 20 G...b. W.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP"
rriHE copartnership heretofore existing un-
jl aer uie nrm ot uower u Clark, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent, all persons
inaeoieu 10 saia nrm, are requested to make
payment, and tnose to whom they are indebted,
will hand in their accounts to Albert P. Clark
for settlement, who is authorised to settle the
bustnessof toe firm'- :
. i' ROBERT GOWER, '1
ALBERT P. CLARK. -Maumee
City, May 11, 1838.'"; : 59tf ;
"IjlOR twenty-five cents you can buy a bot
JL tie ot JSaUamof Hoarhmmd, which has
seen astertaincd to have cured more 'diseases
of the Jungs than all the other patent medicines
now in use. f or sale bv C. C. KriBt,,! n,,ffa
lo, and O. WILLIAMS & Co. MaUmea ritv
We are acquainted with the nreimmlinn nf
oarsaparuia, , manuraciured oy C. C, Bristol,
and having made use of it more or less, in our
ct 'ii - ' . . . 1
(nauj vciicvd H, w iuiiiani vne acuvo princi
ple of Sarsaparilla in a -..hhrhlv concentratm?
form, and as a preparation, we esteem it as the
Des; we nave ever met with.
J. Trowbride, u. 0. C. Chapin, m, d,
Vaanes vv inne, M D
Josiah Barnes, m d
J. E. Hawley, k d
A. Miller, no ; ,
Moses Bristol, ub .
J. E. Marshall, 11 s
A., S, Sprague j; ,
F. L. Harris, ut d.- ,
For sale in Maumee City by i -mi t ; '.'
Junes. ; o. WILLIAMS & Co.
Vtfl W.y Lard just received and
NEW GOODS !JEW GOODS!j
mHEsubscribershavejurtrocwved at thefr
X, old stand on Erie Street a large stock
6w..,,fl,,u, ngenerai assortment
(eotonable Fancv AcStaola Dm n.j. r.
Groceries, Crockery, Hard-ware, Station.
ry, Boots, Shoes, Paints, Oils, Dye-stuffs,
Drugs, Medecines, be. be. -4nd r offor.
ing the above goods as low as they can be pur-
maecu ,u uie cny ior casn or available country
produce. Thankful for past favors, we most
humbly solicit, our hare of public patronaffOi
i ' SPENCER b MOORE.
-Mim:iiiy aov. It, lhUJ.;j ZJt.u'. 1
JAMES WOLCOTT & CQw.y?
FORWARDING AWO COMMISSION
MERCHANTS. ' mv; f
(At the Ware-house formerly occupied by
, White y Kirtland. . 1
MAUMEB CITT, OHIO.
A. J. Hackley
rpHE subscribers are agenti for the fol-
JL.-lowing Lines, viz: -i r. . ,-x ma7 (l
. .ON THE ERIE CANAL. ;
The Natiokau- Line- Agent,-A:.' W.
Johnson. 108. Broad street. New York.7'
' New York and Buffalo, and Utica 'and
Buffalo Linn.l-Agenii, Hubbard b; Ellis,
foot of Broad street. New York
Osweoo Line, (via Oswego and sWelland
Canals.V-viyren, H. J., Van Dewater, 100,
Broad street. New York.. . : nr'-'uii.' at
Lake 'and Hivsr Link, (via Oswego and
We'land Canals,) Agenti, Isaac V. amitn,
JohnO. Dickev. 119 Broad street, New 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 i
Merchants in Indiana and up the Maumee,'
mill insure oromDt attention to their business,
by causing them to be marked to thelcafe of
our House, at Wis place, wuen mejr mono
their purchases at New York. '
JAMES WOLCOTT, b CO.
Maumee City, April 28, 1838. . ; r j. 56
SILKS for dresses, a good assortment by
july 21, SPENCER & MOORE.
" Buv a Broom1" . '
DOZEN brooms just received1 and for
sale by SrliJNCEK b JV1UUKE.
july 21. '' i;1
TO PRINTERS & MERCHANTS.
1lRINTERS and Merchant can be iup
JL plied with paper of varioiu kind, on ap
plication to , BALUW1JN, &Co.
RAGS taken in exchange for paper. '.
Sept. 23. ;. " ' 25tf "
THIS day received from schr. Voung
Leopard, 22 kegs butter; 5 bbls do. in
roll ; 2 do. fresh eggs ; 25 do. superfine flour,
also, a quantity of mess pork, which will be
Bold low for cash by IRA WHITE.
Maumee city, .April 6. , 53tf
' ""' NOTICE.
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.
v- BO i .NT ON bUAWKETl'. 1
Jan. 27,1838. '
BENNETT b CAMPBELL, .,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, No. 3,
Law Buildings, Perrysburg.
Henry Bennett, ) . '
Samuel B. Campbell. S . ' ' -"44tf
A SUPERIOR assortment of StoneChurns,
Jars, Pots, Jugs, Stove Tubes, and Milk
Pans, just received by 59 1
,.May 17 , -BQYNTON ( GANNETT.
UMBER. A quantity of pine Lumber
I tor sale at tlie Warehouse ot
-, J. WOLCOTT b Co.
T" FIRE ! FIRE ! ! FIRE! ! 1 ' '
JT ROTECTION - INSURANCE COM
PANY, of Hartford, Connecticut The un
desirgned, agent for the towns of Perrysburg,
luaumee and Miami Uities. ot the above Com
pany, is now prepared to insure against loss
ir 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
way the earnings of many years. ''-"'
D. C. DOAN.
Perrysburg, March 28, : ; 'i -re-j
-CARPENTER'S TOOLS By tho set or
v Bingie, ior sale oy ; ' -June
9. !. a W: WISWELL If CO.
SPOONS German silver Tea and Table
Spoons, a beautiful article, cheaper and e-
quauy nandsome with silver, tor sale by
v: :i W. VISWELL St Co.-
A MES Spades and Shovels. Hoes. Manure,
X and .Hay Fprks, log, trace and halter
cnaine, by 'j i v n ,
" june 20 " G. b W. RtCH ARDSON
- G. b W.
FLOUR & WHISKEY.,-
- bbls. WHISKEY,' (rectified.) -JX
100 do. -Flour, a portion of which is
from the Michigan Mills, for which Michigan
money, (both chartered and wild-cat) will be
received. : For sale ot the warehouse of '-"!'
' ' JAMES WOLCOTT tt CO.
June 15. " J , ! a-rt.n -ui i
Fi W. LAWSON.
"Forwarding and Commission Merchant $
At the Store lately , occupied bv the Messrs.
SargenU, Water street. . , i;, j
June' lo; 188S.':ir ni vr .lij will vv lltf v .
'-'.. V, t'.i ' ' f ... ,,, ,
--NEW GOODS. " ' "
TU3T teceivedfrom New Yoik; Philader.
bhia and Toledo, a splendid assortment of
Jewelry,, consisting of. gold and silver lever
ano pmui waicnea; goia guara and too chains;
necklaces, seals,, keys be,; silver. Dlated and
8tee.Ldo..ear jewelaj1 breast pins and finirer
rings ot most any quality. Gold .and silver
thimbles;: gold) (.silver; and steel' spectacles
silver pencilsfJtodgers and. Wostenholm'a fine
pen-knives; card cases; patent ivory inkstandst
uuien: , nucorumns: music ooxess snuo boxes
a... 1 r . . '
violin string's, &o. &c.-, ., ,"; '
" Clocks, Watches and Jewelry of almost eve
ery description,' repaired toith a desvatck thai
Knows no watting. - J. J. BANGS.
Maumee City, May 8, 1838.-"- 6lm3
PANTS, vests and roundabouts by r.
c i G. U W.. RICHARDSON, ,
r June 8. 7 -
t RIAUMEE CITY CHARTER.
A FEW copies of the pity Charter for safe
at this office.' 1- .'''- e y.t-.,:i
May 5. V -. ".$7
7 lot of Cooking and Parlor Stoves, by '"'
I . july 28
Perrysburg & Buffalo
DAILY LINE OF t STEAMBOATS.
s ARRANGIiMLNT FOR
THE steamboat ANTHONY WAYNE,
Amos Pratt, Master, will make her regu
lar trips ( weather permitting) in the following
order:. . :' ' !'..
Leavei Perrysburg Sr Leave Buffalo for To-
Toliaofor Buffalo. K .ledo V terry nurg,
Thursday i ( May 1 3 Sunday
Wednesday;,',4,.ix.r. 9 Saturday
Tuesday tl5VFriday: ..-."A
Monday -i ,, 21 Thursday.!
Sunday -:,r; 27-Wednesday
1 11 .1 ,i
Saturday ' 'June' 2 Tuesday'
Friday ' ' !1 " 1 . 8 Monday
Thursday ' ' 14 Sunday-1 1
Wednesday ' ' ;i ;'20 Saturday " '
Tuesday ''" !'26 Friday '1'
Monday , July 2 Thursday-'
Sunday 1 1,5 8 Wednesday
Saturday ri ,', 1 14 Tuesday '
Friday , ,. ., 20 Monday -
Thomdav O'S"' Suridav
Wednesday Angl'"Vl Saturday
' Aur.v. -4
Tuesday '; ' )
7 Friday ,, '10
'"13 Thursday ", v 16
;,, .19 Wednesday ;' -22
25 Tuesday.'.'., J ;,,. 28
,,, ' 3i;Monda'y ", Septp 1 .3
Sept.'1 6 Sunday t 9
12 Saturday ,; 15
18 Friday .', 1 ,. 21
Ait 1 uuicuajr j . 9-r.r
30 Wednesday, pet.,,
t o 1 uesuay , :,.,, ,
I'riaay (, ..,
Monday , a Nov,
12 Monday ,, (i ,, 15
.18 Sunday : .,.' ,21
24 Saturday ,, ,, ' 27
30 .Friday .,,-3 Novj ,
-5 Thursday ' Y,,' ,, ,l
.11 Wednesday 14
Saturday- ! ,, 1 17 Tuesday 'u ;., i 20
: S- ri JUHJN UULLlSTUJlbCU.v 11
'' '.! !)'.: 1.1 .'" ' -Agenti. Perrutburet
; . The Anthony Wayne is 400 tons' burthen,
new and well built, with twenty state'rooms,
and a gentlemen s cabin with hlty-two berths:
also a ladies steerage cabin with twelve
berths, and a gentlemen's steerage cabin with
twenty-four berths, which makes her accom
nodations equal to nny. boat on the lake
She will always loave Perrysburg and Toledo
on the arrival of the cars from Adriani l
' The steamboat Anthony Wayne, will leave
ferrysburg on the same day that the (Jommo
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 lluffttlo. '.u.j 1 ;tBu:.'i .. . s 1
March 3. . ' 48tf n
- .,-4. 188. v : .-Yrr
.,..: COMPANY '.- V.
VIA EAGLE, IJNE. ' ;
Steamboati, Ships, Brigt and Schooner!, '
ON LAKE ERIK, AND TJPl'ER LAKES.
Treat & Carter, Buffalo. -1
Scott b Carter, Cleveland., T
. Forsvtii b Hazard) 'Maimee City.'
Mead, Kellooo & Co., Detroit. J4.
W. Brown, Muvoaukie. n, TO..t..- Yff
, Hubbard b Co., Chicago. ' f: -
VIA 8WIFT8DRE AND RAILROAD LINES
of. Tow Boats on Hudson river, and in con
nexion with the Mohawk and Hudson Rail
road, i i ,,s A. Van Santvoord, Agent,
; i m , 104 Brodd-itreel, New Tor k.
PILOT, TRADERS, ERIE AND OHIO, AND
EAGLE LINES, ' 1
'"ON THE ERIE CANAL.'
Affording six Boats daily, from Albany and
Schenectady. For Freight or Pastage, ap
ply to , 1 rbat b CarteRj' Buffalo. . r
: H. Wright b Co. Rochester. :
. ; L. Hdrd b Co. Rail Road Depot,
"j ," ' . - si : . Schenectady.
. , C. Robinson, 1 flo rt
, H. NlLES, . (MQuoy-:
' New York': '
. D. P. Parker
BY AMERICAN TRANSPORTATION LINE,'
r " ON THE OHIO CANAL. , ,,,,
Scott b Carter, Cleveland.' '
. McElvain & Hunter, Columbus,
'.ti l Craighead" b Keves, '.Chilicothe'.
Conwat 5e Avert, Portsmouth.
J ! .'i Gazzam St Butler, CiniinruUl. A',
i Mark Packages, i Ant. TransDortatlon
Co." and Ship by ' Swiftsiire and Rail road
iiinea ot J ow-Uoate." ,i W .ft )r-: v.;-
The steam boats and vesselscomprising the
abovo line; are all of the first class, and pre
sent to western merchants, more than ordin
ary facilities for the -prompt transmission 'of
goods, r i he proprietor are determined that
nothing shall be left undone 6n ' their part, to
give entire satisfaction to those who may fa
vor them with their business, s U'.i ii hun m'i
' Consignments will be forwarded by trans j
portauon waggons, Keel ana canal boats.Irorrt
Maumee city to any part of the Maumee and'
Wabash Valleys without delay,'' ' r-A
. o-y.t ,r. .FORSYTH b HAZARD, li
ftywipdj ': , ."i!-.L- Agents k Proprietors
, niarcn i7,' II33B. nirzvi i-w-w
mHE Steamboat CINCINNATI,! J
jr. 1 JfoUNoe, master, will .run the ensuinc
season betweenCleveland and Maumee. teach
ing at Black RivervHurott, Sandusky Marble-
neaa, juannattan, Toledo, and. Ferryaburff.A
he CINCINNATI has, the past wiqter.
Undergone thorough repair; Het,englne,ha
been much improved. Which. 'with ah addiiinn
of four jnew state rooms an enlargenient 'bf
ootn caoins, ana otner improvemepts calcuJa.
ted for the convenience of Passenger. will
render her accommodatipns far superior to an
For freight or passage, apply, tothe, Master
Ml tinavrl rr ft
-sUn& Q' iC'Davis,; b'Co Cleveland.' f
iWiiyAt IX MAli.oTj Mdrblehead,i uiui.! c
'f'!' .Fkckham U Co. Toledo. a?ivil
f'ii'.f) to Ji HdMiiSTBRA: Qoy. Perfysbur'g'.
' ,-" Smith' fe Co: Maumee City. pm
. March,' 1838 i vtuA pi i tiiie h-BO
MICHIGAN WINDOW. GLASS.Any
quantity, of allizes, kept constantly on
hand, warranted -free front, breakage. '; For
sale low, hy:t.V.Ol& M & ,0BJ3ACH'J
l orrysDurg, June xo. . .tIIUtA
l'errysiDurff at. JUuii:tio.i i
, DAILY LINE ! OF SrEJJKiftira.il;!
-i AKRANU HiWfiiT: FOU 1838. -
Kuor.i9 i-.tBHaj7nT.-.om ;! ao i-,d:
v:'Mij ni'iM 'CejUfamU nibiiad it,vi ..
THE' steamboat CUiVlMODORE' ''6'.' rjrf.J
PERRY1 David Wilkison, Master, will
make her regular trips (weather pe rmitting'
n the following order i , ,' ,' " ; ..','
Leaves Perrysburg (t Leaves Buffalo for Tb-
Toledofor Buffalo. '"' ledoSt Perrysburg,
Monday, April 30 Thursday May 'S
Sunday.', ' May : 6 Wednesday .,,' -" tQ
Saturday:' i . r, 12 Tuesday " .;; ' ,;,-15
Friday " 1 " 18 Monday '" - . 21
Thursday 24 Sunday "'21
Wednesday i-W-a 30 Saturday ii.; June .J 2
Tuesday :'n.''June.'. 6 Friday - iw 8
Monday ! o-.i! ,v'i..'ll Thursday' in j, u 14
Sunday ! 1 17 Wednesday -SO
Saturday ii i,. 23 Tuesday; : e iu ,.'26
Friday ) ,29 Monday r.l JiJuly .in 2
ThursdaynUulyii 6 Sundays Ac.un -;! 6
Wednesday";; i.- '11 Saturday: i , v j, u.' . 14
Tuesday .'-r i"J 17 Friday. bi'! v, u f 20
Monday 't ',, , 23 Thursday iii'i si r 26
Sunday .i':oh ii ,.ais 29 Wednesday. Aug. 1 M
Saturday ii- Aug, 4 Tuesday ' v. ' ioi 1 7
Friday;'i!ol. f ,j .10 Monday I' t5;,-nlJ3
Thursday - 16 Sunday.'. iw:.V4"oJlft.
Wednesday,,,,,.. 22 Saturday j.25
Tuesday . , , .,,28 Friday V ,, ,,,31
Monday . 0.'Sept.1',3 Thursday , Sept.j;;: 6
Sunday '' 0 'Wednesday '.'.W
Saturday ,, 15 Tuesday ' " 18
Friday-fi'tf-Wt ltfdnday: Vi. si'S4
Thursday 87 Sunday ' ' 30
Wednesday Octr8 Saturdays? Oct. 6
Tuesday .VM'St. Friday:. A. 12
Monday,,,?' , 15- Thursday WLr-'iiTt IS
Sunday T n5t sfv2t Wednesday .U;:ji 24
Saturdoy.3 o,'M ,j,27 Tuesday nr. ,! H o30.
Friday s i.:s3 Nov.. ! 2 Monday Wov.,i;- 5
Thursday tw.it bn 8 Sunday .j :o jj.iutt 11
Wednesday .,- ) 14 Saturday o! n,ty 17
Tuesday v ? v 20 Friday I mol4,!.ci23
T All XT TTClt T Tdfiivin . 1
Agente, Perrysburg,-. j.
.Tbe steamboat Commodore Perry will leave
Bufl'alo on the-same; day that the General'
Wayne leaves Perrysburg,' and runalternate-
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. Bix day lii.ofrom this
place-to ltuffalo - - -
The eteamboht Commodore Perry;is' c well
known boitt, and lh commanded by her former
Captain, David Wilkison j whose reputation
as i Commander, needs no eulogy.' ,., ' .
: The Comtiiodoro has been fiued up for the
coming season,' preparatory to taking her
plo.ee in the rank of the first class of boats on
the lake. ' ' No boat is more safe or regular in
her trips. ; ' "
March 3." I T Tn.O ' v ', ,48tf ,
JAMES CREED. ,
inform the public that he has
T T .J
.taken the shop formerly occumed . by
J. Woodruff, where he. will keep constantly on
nana a general assortment ot Cabinet Furni
ture, fancy and common Chairs, high "post.
trench, and common Bedsteads, and all pth
er articles usually called for in his line, an
would respectfully solicit a, share ,of public
patronage., SM ,,.(; 3;,V-3. . ,......,.
; Feb. 24. .:. ., nj i.. , i, ,, 47tf.
MAUMEE CITY HARDWARE '
:;.. STORE..-. ... ; W
117" WISWELL b BOYNTON, respect;
TV. fully inlorm the inhabitants of this city
sna vicinity tnai tney nave arrived trom JN0w
York with, and are how opening at the Commer
cial Buildings, a large and general assortment of
Hardware, tiouow-ware, tin-ware and Cutlery.
Their stock,among other articles, consists of the
ionowing: Bar, band, and hoop Iron ; En
i sh blister .'American, and cast Steel: Emrlis!
Russia and American sheet Iron; trace, halter
ana jacK Uliaine; JUlbcksmiths' vices and anvils;
shovels and tones! scales: Sad and Tailors'
irons 1, mill, cross-cut, slitting-waod, circular,
fret-hand, key-hole, back and Compass Saws
patent and iron weights, sauce and frying pans,
ea-Keuies, augurs, bellows, oellows-pipe, cra
die 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,ana cow-bells, brushes, candlersticks, butts
and screws, combs,' brads, sparables tacks,
wrought and cut Nails,, Locks and bolts :of all
kinds and sizes; russets and i molasses gates
Carpenters'. rules, squares, bevels, 0., hat and
cloak pins; powder flasks, percussion jocks,
pills and caps; compasses; tin trunks,' glass
ianthprns, astral and nurse .lamps, dust pansi.
ever pointed pencil cases; razor strops; sugar
nippers, spirit. levels, bed and cletnes cords
snuffers and trays, German silver and iron ta
ble and tea-spoons; waiters: carriage. wrench'
est steelyards, hoes., trowels,.! waffle-irons.
bench-screws, sheet Jead, sheet-copper cook
ing-stoves :aiw furniture, ,r.v'sw ? Untr
. CHfrtf--.Table,and Carvine Jfnives and
Fpfk steelai jack and pen knives of a superior
quality, broad axes, adze,, planes and irons;
drawing knives, flgams, sciEzorsshears, and
superfine Vaeors,' bc.,'t'ogether With many Oth
er articles too numerous to mention; i 1 he ar
ticles have bsen selected with errsat -caret' and
can he, afforded Cheap foe cash.n. The .public
are respectiiuiy invited-recall and examine.', t
brMaamee City, June jl8S9n 11 .nons.-iiiotf
I'll 1.1 '.'" ."I ' ' , 1 .ijlliH
mHE. eubscriber has Drocured .for the me..
JL .oommodatipn of !the;,.pubiic, a first ,ratO!
Double Carding Machine, which, he .has now.
in ,ope,rs.tipi in jthe. Steam Factory, on 'Tap-'
Wool Cardiwo. done uy lie lest manner, and
on reasonable -terms; -.va
.7 1 HJ,RHfi8 : j JA MESIWOLCOTT.Ti
-'Maumee City, June 16.' 1838." r-'o jltf J.
"n .m'sn J"i ' '' ' m. i' .jstt
4 .. r.i
mHE, subscriber , has taken the',' AMERI
i CAN HOUSE,.'i, situate, ;. on. Wolcott
street; opposite the; Warehouse of J. Wol
cott Co,,: where he will do his best endea
vors to serve the public satisfactorily. 3 r, 'rn.
j H ft-ntffi-r.r.9 sd !i:,H. STEELE.,,
inaumee cuy.jay 1. 9Mi i
nr. . . km
TSAAC STETSON r' Attorney 'and Coiin-
X lellor tfTXattjWiir givA puiidtual attend
ance to the duties of hie profession Ui. Wood
county; and will also attend; toi the Uoflrts in
thecountieaof Lucas ; Willi ams(i Henry r -and
Sanduskyi 'Offlcef in-XAwfBjiildingr, Noel;:
rerrysourg, Uhio. - iii.".si , 1 .vtof:
inarch 25. "
vd J-WASIIINGTON CHOUSE," k.JL
The eubscfibei' '- would 'grv4 hoticel that'he
has taken said houseT formerly, occupied
by . W. Converse, on Cenal Street, where fie
will-at all time be ready to -wait unon those
w.ho may please to give bIrn.'caBL--.' ;;L.,
MauuiQeCityt June, 89, WSS,- .'r.'i-VJlJ
IMPORTANT DISCOVERy-SoRR ,
Iwfwmbd Ees Cukeo without pain or the
application "of vitriol, and without the le.t i
hiring the sight or appearance ot .the eyo, hi
E. Dean's Chemical Plester.;, U is now about'
lour years since toe proprietor introduced (hi;
placer, to,' the attention. of, the , afflicted, Its''
feffect is not' only to prevent inflamation q ie
yere-.caBes of burns and wounds of every de
scription but .to cure inflamation both internal'
and, ,. external at any stage ,of its existence'
us unuorm enectin .hundreds ot. cases abun,
dantly proves thatj as y ei; ftb 'nje'dic'me has been
introduced to the public possessfipg euoh now.'
er to'cure inflammatory qiseftses qf every kind,'
not exceptirig inflammatory rheumatism. th
flheum, fellons,; fever botes, cancers or the in-
lormaiwn An tne eyes; as the plaster now of.
fered.i .One very peculiar quality of it is, that
It generally relieves the pain in a few hour
after il is applied.;! For sore eyes shut tbeeye
and put the plaster directly on the eye and'
wear it (removing it odce in twelve hours and
washing , off the matter, bn: the eye with &-
tile soap,) till the iiiflamafioii is entirely out,
say from three ttf .'KJBih dys:w,The, proprietor'
never thought of Spplyhtg.it to; sore eyes un
til about; two yejirs .siflcjtf wjien: he applied it?
to a case in-hnj feiBHyiaitdwe astonished b
the result, Since; then Whas applied it in ma
ny severe Cases and V has uniformly effected a,
cure and leavea.the eye:natu;al ond free fron
any luflamatory appearance as though it. had.
not beon sorcu .llo fully believes that almost
every case of eoteeyeti majrbe, cured by it, in:
few days, exceptjin, cases of intemperano,e,Wj
J,t l.v '';in f..,qEttTiPiOAT.ES,:.-i ;ir.v si!
. Mr. E. Dean. Sir, I have used your Cheru-j
ical plaster in 'fix cases of ellons, all ol which
I curedalsoseWrjil'lAifS'of fjhflamatory rheu
matiem. with like good success:" ' ' " -' " wi
1 !'"" ' ' h' '- ' ' ' ' TH AVER1 CUMINGS.'a!l
Mayvfltt'Y: August A1887.-W
Mr, -J2; Dedji; Sir, Mr. RodolphusBrowh
niy father-in-law, 6ome time last fall, had a se-!
vere attack pf the inflamation m both eyes, so3
that he could not pear the" light, and scarcely'
seei 'after 'using ' various ;'remedies 'far three'
weeks and his eyes still growing worse, and bo
painful that hd could hot rest day or night, h6'
applied your cnemicai piaster ana in a lew hours'
his eyes wore easy,' and .began to discharge1
freely, and the inflamation began to disappear
we continued the plaster for. jjiie .week iemo
ving , the inflamation, nd his eyes, .assumed,
their former appearance, i We also applied in;
one of the worst cases of. fellonj -which afforded
relief in a few. hours so that the individual biul
a good. night's rest.- 'For six days and, night
previous he had hot bees free from, 'excessive,
pain b some of the time he had been so distract.
ed, with pain that he had to be held by force.. ,
; , f .v.-.nir" v.f .'!r,-. j: CLARK GOULD,! .'
Portland N. Y. Feb. S2, 1837:
Mr. E. Dean. Sir, I have now sold at re
tail about '400 boxes of your Chemical Plaster
and have heard from a great portion of them til
producing the desired effect. 'Several impor.1
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, 1 think it one of the boost valuable me
dicinee rW curing mflamatory diseases ever in-J
vented, aud do think the suffering of the afflic-'
ted demand that you should give it ageneriif
circulation, nnd make its virtues known. k
4 ROBERT 1IOLLISTER,. VrvgguU.
Buf&Io, March 1, 1887 nT i 'jr ,! --..1 .
v Mr. E. Dran. Sir, in May last, I put out
two bones in my instep, which laid me up for
fix months, so that I could not walk on my foot,'
I employed sereral physicians to no effect, and
in October last I procured a box of your plaster,
which cured my foot in a short time. ' I have
applied it to my back also, end received imme
diate relief in acase of rheumatism. v ' J
:.-,:,'.'d , THO'S, SMITH. ,
Molborough, Ulster cof r;B ;w,.,
N. Y. Oct. 12, 1835. '.$. '
- Price 75 cents.-For sale by ""E. Dear), pro
prietor, Westfield, Chatauqne co: N. Y. None
genuine unless signed in his own hand on the
stereotype wrar-per;:l Sold ' by ' druggists ti
agents in New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh;
and Buffalo; XAlso byO Williams to Co., and
Dr. O. White, Maumee City, and Peck 61
Griswold, Perrysburg. -i"
October, SI.. .,; v- . .; ! S9y 1,
"I Afl bush?ls of . Timothy ; Seed,' just
XUvF received by.'.. ;: '' ''
TEA-KETTLES Sheet iron Tea Kittles.'
a new article, for sale by '' '
.- ! hUr .iiK-.i-rjW.-WISWELLb.CQ,
Deeds, with a general assortment , oi
Justices Blanks, for sale at this office., ,'
CASH, leather or Goods, paid for. Hide
, and Skins, at No. 3, Commercial builds
nigs, by ' L.- BEEBEE.
SANDWICH Island. Molasses superior to
any other importation 1 now offerini? for
said by the barrel at gallon, at fNo. 3, Conn
merciaJ buildings, by Untisr.Ii MSEBEBeA
June 4. ,tiuirtV a:'n, Vr.3ic--?. fis
INSPEGTEDh IIops' fo' those who prefM
health to ague, for sale at No ft Commer
cial buildings, by ji .39 f Li JjEEBEE.-.-;.'
rpUE, 'subscriber , having made .arrange-,
JL . ments to .; receivo.i on consignment, a, .
choice selectionand regular .supply of Gro "
ceriesj Leather, Books and Stationary, whicbi
ate,., now offered for -sale, at NoV ft Wayne
street,, Commercial Buildings, fit, wholesale and -retauYfor.caeh
and prompt pay only. ,,,'.,,'',;,,
. Connected with the above. k a rood Sun-.
day School and Tract Repository, embracing,
a great variety ofiinew; publications. . - ...
t.intfMi'T.O ill YtJ. !'l'.!l-tn:i !-:') f.":Jt-.;.-mj
'Two Dolhuwj.per; mfihdnfl to be paid in ad-
vanes'; $2,50 at the expit ationof six monthfj
and f 3,00 a the end.'of 'theyenT. 'hw
TO subscriber who have thotr -napers lerf
ab their doors-, f 2,60 in advance t 3.00, six
months $3,50 at the end of the yeor.-i-"
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charged accordingly, Casual Advertisement
will not be inserted ufitil paid for. '; ;',;' ""
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Of-every idescription, executed -yritb mti
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