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PRIHMDAIIO PUBLISHER SVBBY eATDROAY, BT
in , II". BEEI & & T. HOSMER.
THE Splendid Steamboat MONROE, Capt.
S. F. Atwood, wi)l make ,. hpr reg
ulr Weekly trips between Detrpit,Toledo,Mau
roee City and Buffalo, an follows. Reaves Buf
falo forthe above and intermediate pprtsfwoath
r permitting) on Tuesday of each week. On
her downward trip leaves Detroit every Friday
snorning, Maumee City and Toledo on the af
ternoon of the same day, touching at the inter
mediate ports as above.
-Ir.-; -.'(,. .AOBNTS--'-' " ,!; ill :i
TREAT b CARTER, Buffalo.' ;
SCOTT St CARTER, Cleveland,
MEAD, KELLOGG. & Co. Detroit.
! u FORSYTH DANIELS. ToUdo.r
.Y r FORSYTH fc. HAZARD Maumee City.
NOTICE. All those indebted to the sub
scriber, either by Bond or Note, are re
quested to call and liquidate, or renew the
name ; and all those having Book accounts un
settled, ire requested . to call and adjust tin
same -without dblat, and give their notes,
if they cannot make it convenient to pay the
money. Those who disregard this call will
not be longer indulged. "
un J, JOHN E. HUNT, i:
Maumee city April 8, 1837-" .: 2tf :
T.r. nersons havinir demands aeainst the
J. Maumee River Steam Boat Co. or the
Steam Boat Chesapeake, are requested to pre
sent their bills immediately to
r : f - i GEO.. S. HAZARD.
sAvgSi, 1888. :i 'i 18
.; , ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. ;;
NOTICE is hereby given that all who are
indebted to the estate of James Donnelly
late of Lucas county Ohio,' deceased, are re
quired to make immediate payment to the sub
scriber; and all who have legal claims against
said estate will present them legally proven for
settlement within eighteen mnntns.
,:.... .'.t !., C. C. P. IHJNT, Adm'r.
.; Maumee Oct 19 ;., 8tf
,. .., NOTICE. .. ,, ,; .,
THE subscriber has this day purchased ths
entire stock in trade, of O, D; Woodruff,
consisting of Hardware, Tin and Copper ware,
Stoves, Uo. fact he has also purchased the
Tin. and Copper Manufactory, and rented for a
term of years, the Bhnp and otore oi v. v.
Wnorlmff. where he will at all timos be ready
te serve the public, in his line, as cheap, for
cash, as any other estaDiisnmeni in hub vicini
ty. . C. T. WOODRUFF,
l- Perrysburg, May 8, 1838. . 16m8
Tl ADIES HATS,, PARASOLS be. Just
I a received a fine assortment of elegant Tus
can Hats, from, $ 0 to $ 13, rarasois, r rencn
Muslin, Prints, Laces, together with many
other beautiful articles for the ladies. Com
mercial Buildings. : ,;... E, FAIRMAN.
..Aug. 4, 1838M , . ' , 9
TrORIC &, LARD. 10 bbls. prime Pork.
JL 12 kegs Lard, a Superior article, just re
ceived and for sale by ..' A..Wn,i.
. July SI. ' , " ' '." 16
" A CONSTANT ''simply of the genuine
-Rdwands Tonic Mixture, ind Pills for
the cure of the Fever fa. Ague, on hand and at
wholesale and retail, by ' ' '' '
" july 28 O. WILLIAMS b CO,
rr - OW CROWN wide brim, old Fabhion,
1 i smooth Castor Hats an excellent article
intended for elderly men. -.t r.
.;.-..-i.Iii-.:is ACKER bKANADY.
' Aug. 17,183". ' . i U 0.
-Tk FIRE ! F1UK ! ! If IK1S ! ! !
Ja7 RQTECTI0N INSURANCE COM
PANY, o Uarlfor 'd, Coitneci'cu. The un-
desirgned , agent for the towns of Perrysburg,
jtlaumee and Miami Cities of ihe above Com
pany, isj.nqw prepreu io uibure nguuiBi iudo
or damage by fire, upon as favorable terms as
ian be obtained in the State, from any respon
sible institution; and every man has now an
opportunity, for a trifling sum, to protect him-
sen against ins ruvugu ui ui uonun
element, which often, in a single hour,sweep
aaway the earnings ot many years..
rLiJr, )D,C. DOAN.
Perrysburg, March 28, , , t ... , ,u-1
BOOTS AND SHOES.
CARY, Front street, opposite the Jef
', ierson Housed has just received an ex
. ienslvi assortment of Boots and Slices, coh
sistinff, in part as follows : ",
. 30Q pair thick boots, 100 calf do., 1 cose
lined Water-proof do.'; 2 case boys' thick do.,
'100 pair mens' thick brogans, 50 pair boys'
'do'.j.oOOpAir womens' calf and grained leather
' brogans,, 100 pair chfldrens' do.,1 case ladies'
.gaiter boots! 1 casd ladies' India rubber fur
lined db.,'1 case ladies' jiidia rubber 'shoes, 1
'cape ladies' mprocco walking shoes', 1 case la
dies' morocco fur-lined do., lease ladies' slip
pers, 1 case, ladies' slippers, l ease misses' do.
)'Also, a good assortment of English, French
;and. American (r Goods, Groceries, Paints
anSOiJ, Ue."Z-.:' !.'-'" V'1- 'I " ""
" A lafgef lot of Feathers received on" con
signment. The above goods- will be, sold Very
low for cash. " 4
SDeoember cVSSS?" S6tf
position en the banks of the river, erives
it a most conspicuous and pleasant appearance.
For location, and command of respectable and
profitable" business," perhaps no housfl' Irrihe
WeNtern c'oiihtry is better situated than this.1 j
To a good tenant that' will keep a respecta
ble 'noose, the rent will be low.i 'Apply to the
irf)8cribej; near the premises. .. ,
Mauniee City1, Aug. S5, 1838. . ' ' 2!tf''
'I fl II
YOUNG .Attorni and Coup-
:I Jam 81887.(T .tu-iwJI rvuli .;,9tf l
aa xoxaw JUSTUS, DWIGHTtif.V. i tui'l' ,
Offlce over Doart fc Earl's Store,-Wolcott st
'::J hi'-l'i'l,il Maumee CitVl rrwa t-;ui :
it v ..j j i i, ..i ;, ,i, tvr.i ; .
rK-Ft,OUB-FOR MICHIGAN. MONEY.
A CONSTANT suddIv of Superfine Fiourj
(iXSwUl be, kept on band,and soldat ,8,Q0
. jpSribarrel,pr good Alichigan money, by .'
WASHINGTON. MOUSE TOJLET
JWS THIS House is situated on i
1)11111 street, near the centre of the city.
Tolume II.-IVo. 83, ;
ii NEW ESTABLISHMENT" " 1
-I ROCERIEd , AND .' PROVISIONS.
I T llnrrintrton-b Hunter, respectfully an
nounce to the public, that they have recently
opened a splendid selection of Groceries and
Provisions, corner or jaexson onu bib.
Hotel Building?, where almost every article in
their line can be furnished at reduced prices
for cash. . ',' "" ' ,'' ' "" '" .
N. B. Persons desirous to contract for large,
supplies, will find it to their advantage to give
us a Call. ' Liberal anvances on Consignments
W Refer to Tufts Parks, Cleveland.
Smith, Newark McElvain Hunter, Colum
bus. ' " '-60
Maumee City, Ohio, May 24th, 1838.
STRAL LAMPS A new, cheap ami
beautiful article, for sale by ': m. . ,;,,
. : W. WISWELL It Co. I!
June 9 . 'ii v ' Commercial Buildings.
DANIEL. F. COOK
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, office over
i ' JusticeConant's Detroit street. .
Maumee City, Sept. 1.- ' 22tf
Erie btbeet, Maumbb City, Ohio.
THE subscriber respectfully informs the
public that he has leased this eligible es
tablishment, and put it in complete order for
the reception of boarders, travellers and visi
tors; i: It is a beautitul situation, in mo musi
pleasant part of said city, and the subscnoer
flatters himself that, his attention to the ac
commodation and comforts of his guests will
ensure to him a liberal share of public patron
The furniture of the House is new, and the
apartments are in good order. The stable is
large and commodious, and will be attended
by careful servants. '
ROBERT COWER. :
" apriiai. .' :. ' 85tf
feet seasoned white wood, 1 inch
board, 2 inch plank, 1 and It
inch Flooring, Siding.
S by 4, 4by 4,4 by 5, 2 by S,2by Band
l.. q 4 1
7.r),000 sawed Laths for sale at the corner or
Kingsbury and U'rnnt-streei, oy ,Tm
, , BOYNTON & GANNETT.
Aug.lt. , l8tf .
MORE NEW GOODS.
-jOYNTON b GANNETT are now ope-
J3 ning a superior lot pf water-proof boots
selected expressly for this market.
, Also, mens' stout shoos and brogans i
Womens' leather shoes and bootees ;
do kid slippers and walking shoes ;'.
Misses do. do do .
, Leather do do do '
, .. WomonB" lined b bound India rubber shoes
Boys' and youths' boots; ,' :
do shoes and brogans; . ,
Pliililr&nB morocco shoes, lso
An assortment of school books, blank "books
and stationary. . ...
. They havo also just rocoivod au addition
to their stock of Groceries; and a further sup
ply Of '' '! ' ' .: ' " '
Cooking and box Stoves; . , ,
Hollow ware i ' i. '
20,000 lbs assorted Iron i
Cast' Steel ;, ,''' ' ; ' ', ' ' ;.
German Steel; ,;' '."''; ' ' ;
' Swced's Steel, and !' , ' '..;)
5,000 pounds assorted Nails. ':' "
: The above, with their former stocK, wakes
.heir assortment as good, or better, than nny
other in this city ; nd they feel assured ihey
can sell as low as the lowest, and they int md
to do so for prompt pay such as cash, co in
try produce, be. be ' ' ' '
'Remember we want 200,000 Pipe Staves.
; Maumee City, Dec. 8, 1837. " 36tf
: ;.:'; -. N.'.RATHBUN. .-: .
BEGS leave to inform his friends and the
public, that he has resumed the Profes
sion of the Law, has opened an office, opposite
the brick store of Smith U Crowell, on Wol
cott street, in .Maumee city, where he intends
to practice as an Attorney; Counsellor, and
Solicitor, in all the courts, of Law arid Equity
in the state of Ohio. ' '' '. "' "
.. His Justices Office is kept in the same build
ing, and is open at. all proper hours. j' jick
nhwlpflrrnmehts of all kind of instruments ta
ken, and all kinds of conveyancing, done here
W AH L IU, Jill 11 - -
.making business, also, a quantity of
. ... .:, T PRKEn. .
w A IVT'K 1. It Am nnnran, IflO ,n ftlA iJhmr
Feb. 24. .,-:-,..:..': 47tf
BANS. A Quantity of Beans just re-
ce ved and tor sale, at me vvare iuubc
J. WOLCOTT, b Co.
nOR twentv-five cents vou can buy - a but-
JL. . tie of Balsamof Hoarhound,, which has
been astertairiod 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, hnd O. WILLIAMS S Co. Maumee city.
''Weare-acquaitited' With the preparation of
Sarsaoanlla, 1 manufactured by Uii U. unsioi,
and having made use of it more or less, in our
practice, believe it to contain the active princi
ple of Safsaparilla in a - highly concentrated
form, and as a preparation, jwo esteom it is the
best we have ever met with. i
J. Trowtride. m. n. - CChapin, m.
" Charles Winnei m d
Moses Bristol, h t
Josiah Barnes, MDi'
10 J. E'. Hawley, m d
3. E. Marsha'l, M b
A.'' S. Sprague, m t
F. L. Harris, m. .'J
A. Miller, M B "
.Buffalo,. Aug. IS
fin ! ! ; y-s77
.';june '9. ; o: mtuAMs $ Co.,
v . :MUTUAIi INSURANCE !i
' A ;:N assessmrintf'of ' of ne per icent has
J. been declared by'- the director 06 the
Portage Co. Mutual InsurAncddompany onfall
nrpminm notes dated brier tO" ApiH '1 1838,
s on Nos. 1 bf 1834 inclusivei Paymenta of
the samfl tote madebit ot beor the 1st day
of Sept, next at the office! to lafty agents of
lthe edmpany. !t N'i SJ.LL; Sec'y. J
Wm. Kinosbuby, Ag't Maumee City. i.114tf
SPOONS German silver .Tea ahrT'Table
Spoons; a. beautiful article, eheapetand: e
qaally handsome "with silver, for sale by; ; w ,
MA.IJME13 CITVf OHIO;; SATKAY,, XO EMBEIi J 7, 1 838,
,J-" PILES' &C 7-y ' '' ''. ."'
AEMOREHOIDS: No cure no pay ! 1
Price it." Hav's Liniment.. No fiction.
This extraordinary chemical composition,, the
result ot science and the invention of a cele
brated medical man, the introduction of which
to the public was invested with the solemnity
of a death-bed bequest,, has since gained a
reputation unparalleled, fully sustaining the
correctness of the lamented Dr. Gridley's last
confession, . that " he dared not die without
giving to oosterity the benefitof his knowledge
on this Bubject," and he therefore bequeathed
to his friend and attendant, Solomon Hays,
the secret of his discovery. .:
It is now used in the principal hospitals, and
the private practice in our country, first, and
most certainly lor the cure ot. the.x'ue, anu
Iso so extensively and. effectually as )o baffle
aredulity, unless where its effects are witness-
d. Externally in the following complaints ! ',
' For Dropsy Creating extraordinary ab
sorption at once. .
Jill Swellings Reducing them, in a tew
hours. . -
Jtluumalism Acuto or Chronic giving
quick ease. ' ' ' ' . '. .", , . . ; I
Bore Throa t My cancers, ulcers or colas.
Croup, and Whooping Cough Externally,
and over the chest, i
All Bruites, Sprains and Burns Curing
in a few hours.; ,. . ...m ,., ....
Sores and Ulcers Whether fresh or long
standing, and fever sores. ' . . ' i ;i
,, It? operations upon adults and cmiciren in
reducine rheumatic swellintrs, and loosening
coughs and tightness of the phe6t by relaxa
tion ol the parts, lias been surprising beyonu
conception. -7 he common remark ot those who
have used it in the files, is "It acts liKea
charm." ; , i , . ) . '! . a !
THE PILES The price $1 is refunded
to any person who will use a bottle of Hny s
Liniment for the Piles, and return the empty
bottle without being cured. . : These are the
positive oruera ot the proprietor to the Agents;
and out of many thousands sold, not one has
been unsuccessful. . i :
We might insert certificates to any length,
but prefer that those who eoll the. article,
should exhibit the original to purchasers. ,
CAUTION. None can be genine without a
splendid engraved wrapper, on which is my
name, and also that oj the Agrntt. -
SSUI.UMUIN 11AXO. ,
TO EDITORS, be All country papers
who will insert the above 6 months, and send
one number to the agents shall be entitled to
one dozen of the Liniment. . ,
Sold wholesale and retail by CUIUS TUIV
b Co., Sole Agents, 2 Fletcher street, near
Maiden Lane, one door below Pearl st. New
York, and by one druggist in every town in the
Union. For sale at every Druggist store in
this city. sept. 7. ... .- 83yl
A BEAUTIFUL head of Ilair.is the grandest
nanan, l.olm. nno 1 a t he ho man frame.
X A. uiiiaiiivi.. .v.w..t..'6
How strangely the loss of it .changes the
countenance, anu premni.ureij' uung
appearance of old ago, which causes many to
ot l.oinr. 11 nnvorpil n nil finmnti In8S eVCIl
shun society to avoid the jests and sneers of
thoir nrniuiintanrp the remainder of their
liupa ia nnns innpnilv Bnent in retirement. In
short, not even the loss of property tills the
generous thinking youth with that heavy sink
ing gloom as does the loss of his hair,, , To
avert nil these unpleasant circumstance's, uu
nninr.'s uat.m nv ntn.llMBIA stoos the
hair from tiilliug off on the first application, arid
alow Doilies restores it agunu .n micvii;
n.n.ll.nn. AUnK.AIt'. anil Ulliul:P.rH nrfiVPflt
yi uw ulco ij Miun. ... 1 ....' -7 , - -
the hair from turninggrav, makes it curl beau
tifully, and frees it from, scurf. Numerous
certificates of the first respectability in sup
port of the virtues ofOldrige's Balm are shown
Dy tne proprietors. . i ,
, QJRpad the following. . t .
ROBERT WHARTON, Esq, late Mayor
of Philadelphia,, has certified, as may be seen
below, to the high character of, the following
gentlemen r , , - ! Y .- '
, The undersigned does, hereby certify that
we have used the Balm p( Colnnibia discov-
T nUi wlira nnit linvn fcillllll it high
ly serviceable not only as a preventive against
the tailing onoi nair, out uibo i mumi iram-
Vt'Ve':' WM. THATCHlJ, Sen.; .. ' " ' ".
Methodist Minister, in St. George charge,
JOHN P. 1NGL1S, 831 Arch st.
JOHN D. THOMAS, M. D. 103 Race st.
JOHN S. FUUEY.101 Sprueesti ' 1
HUGH MeCURUYi 243 South 7th st. '
. tohmi finn Jr. issArch st, '
'"It wil ' certainly raise its virtues in the es
iim.iinn c ii,. nuklin: when it is known that
three of the above signers are more than 50
... xi . 1 .t on
years or age, nu' tne otners hih, icsb umu ju.
- From the Mayor. '"- :;
Commontb edlth of Pennsylvania, i
ri ': - '). i t' :f!itu f I'hiladelnhia.' t.i
1, ROBERT WH ARTON i- Mayor of said
:.., r Dh In.lolnl,'.. - An hnrnhv certify that I
am well acquainted with J. P. Inglis,1 John S.
Furey, and Hugh McCurdy, whose names are
signed to the above certificate1, and they are
gentlemen of character and respectability" and
as such full credit should be given td. the said
certificate."' 1 ''' -" ' 1 "
' In witness whereof, I have hereunto: set my
' 1 hand, and taused the seal of the city to
L. S.I be affixed this sixttt oay ot uecem
' 'ber,be,J t' "'''" t'- '
t- nh 'ii! anncaii WHADTONj Mavor
.... UUL, A - . '
CAUTION. Observe that leach bottle of
the genuine Balm has a-STtlenairj engraieu
. tJ .v,,oortn,rl that 'Fulls of
W'ttp,'", Wllll-il lo ic.v!... -
liagara, the agent's name, tt,w t '
fa Editors,'' be All country papers who
Will insert the aoove once a wbbk d -uiuhim-,
and send e-hd number td' t he egents, shall be
1 " Sold wholesale and retail -by COMSTOCK
b Co., Sole agents for America, '' Fletcher
. ' i .t . .1 .. fit.
St., near mauienjjauvf-vitauw. uwwn-i --
New Xork; and by one or more druggists m
rtcarlv everv towrr ifl the Uniorr. .For sale at
every Druggist store in this city.' :! Syt
ZTTlovn & WHISKEY , ' V
from the Michigan Mills, for which Michigan
j. .i .. lj ;..:r.i ...;n fco
money, loom, cuTiereu anu wiui-tui; t
..'..:...J J l.A-tirfiWlill1CI f '"'
rULClV.CU. fOIC Ufc Ilia .
' ' '-'"..'', JAMES3 WOLCOTT b CO.'
me 15. n , , . .
full i 1. A , 1 .ill . i il "" ''
-pv RUGS, Medicines, faints and wye stilus,
JUT jfot! al'byii-0!. ;W1L14AB . wu.;
THB FIRST KUMBBR "OF HV. ICtII ypM'. OF
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i DETROIT! & MAUMEE PTTY,
THE new and Fasrsailing Lnw Pressure
1 Steamboat ERIE, Cupt. ARTHUR ED
WARDS, will run for the remainder of the sea
son between' Detroit, Maumee City and Per
rysburg as follows: ' ;; . ' , : ' ,.!. ' i
' Leaves Detroit for Mnumee City arid Perrys
lnr nvnrv Mnnilav. Wednesdnv iindTridav.
at V 'o'clock' A.. M. , Leaves Maumee Citjr and
Perrysburg for Detroit, every TuesnyTljurs
day and Satu' day, at o'clock A. M. .,' '
, Fpr Freight or Passage', apply to the .'apj-
!.. l j ' ' i ' - A..- ,0 On .
anion ooofu. . ue " "
- BUSINESS LOTS TO LEASE.
MHE subscriber for the purpose of affording
JL. conveniences to men ot business, who are
desiVoua to settle in this place, offer for sale at
reasonable prices, or to lease at moderate rents.
the following lake, upon the principal business
6treetsin,t!iistown.y ' ' -j ' v-"i. ,
' 19, 20,21; northside Broadway; 78 West
side of C'inal street;' ISO Corner of William s:t.
in block-1, north'sideof . Sophia st; Also a
largo nu mber of iota eligibly situated . for resi
dences. i ,.. 11
For information and tdrms apply: to..' r tii. ,
: vv i; D. BEAUGRAND, Maumet CityJ
ISM IMOI J iJliT
NOTICE is Ijereby given to all persons in
teresled, that at my instance, a writ of at
facliineht' was this' dax.issued by,N. Re'bbun
a Justice of the .Peace of Wavhesfield town
ship, in the County oI'Lucis and state of Ohio,
against the goods, chattels, rights, credits, mo
neys uni effects of David. Junes, an absent
'! -'''"'. 27t5
rr FIRKlNSpf Lard, just "received and
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Whole No. S3
. .. . .Front the JY. Y. Evening Post.
V ',' j THE AMERICAN BOY. ; ,.
Father,. look, up and see that flag, 1
How gracefully it flies; ,
''' Those pretty stripes they seem to be
' A rainbow 'in the skies."'
, It is yeur country's flag, my son, '
, ., And proudly drinks the light, , ,": i
O'er ocean's wave in foreign climes, , A
1 ' A symbblof our rnight. " " "
" Father what fearful noise is that,
( Like thundering of the clouds?, , .
. Why do the people wave their hats, r ,
" And rush along the crowds!-'
,: It is the voice of cannoriryj
The glad shouts of the free, ,
This isa day to memory dear ; .
'Tis Freedom's jubilee. . . i ;
,,."1 wish that I was now a man, , -j
I'd fire my cannon, too, ;
' And cheer us loudly as the rest '
But,' Father, why don't you?" I"
i I'm getting old and weak but still . i
My heart is big with joy:
I've witnessed many a day like this
Shout ye aloud, my boy.
' "Hurrah! for Freedom's Jubilee!
' ' God bless our native land:
And may I live to hold the sword
Of freedom in my hand!" i '
Well done, my boy grow up and love
Tbe land that gave you birth: ; '
, A home where Freedom loves to dwell,
, Is par.idise on earth.! )
; Pkttt Litigation. In the following very
humorous sketch from the Troy Morning Mail,
every person at all conversant with country li
tigation will recognize a faithful portrait.
Calculated for a country meridian, it will nev
ertheless in its spirit, and in. many points an
swer for city circulation; and therefore we co
py it: '
An anti-litigation society is certainly need
ed in tins country. The propensity to engage
in small vexations law-suits, is becoming
astoiiichingly prevalent, and unless something
can bo done to check it, petifogging will be
come the only business which will bo worth
while to embark in, and justice will he dispen
sed precisely like Brandreth's Pills and such
like restoratives.. : , - '. . ; ,,
The ..philanthropy which seeks to "bring
justice to every man's duor," seldom contem
plates the adjuncts attendant upon its near and
familiar conipiinionship, or the form and state
in which the blind goddess chooses to "re
ceive com any," Under the present five dollar
svstem ol cheap jurisprudence. '
."The spirit of our republican institutions"
very properly rejects the paraphernalia of oth
er times, and leaves justice m her lower tnbu
finis to sit as she best may on a slat bottomed
chair,-with Cowen's Treatise, and the Clerk's
Manual for her guides. Thus accommodated,
we see her in the .person of some fifty dollar
functionary, tuking Up" her abode in. almost
every tavern in the interior of the state in
the cities the number of representatives and
adjacent, grog-shops is generally trebled
ready to serve suitors with summons for nine
pence, or whiskey cocktails for three cents
a piece. No, we mistake. There is a statute
in this state, which prescribes that no man
who sells liquor shall peddle law this, how
cvrr, does not mateiiully interfere with the
above arrangement of matters. The justice
still goes to the tavern to hold court while
the tuvorn keeper merely receives the 'squire'
because he lias a li'ce room adjoining the bar,
to accommodate the jury and the witnesses.
1 hus satisfactorily quartered, the "play
opens and the plot thickens." The parties li
tigant emerge from the crowd and alcoholic
atmospherowluci surrounds the bar, where
they tjave been severally inspiring each other's
witnesses with the spirit of Truth. Two
constables take their stand at either side of the
judgment seat, coger for the venire which they
h:tve respectively advised each or the afore
said litigants to call tor., 1 lie justice unfolds
the "minutes" of the court from a brown
wrapper, consisting of half a dozen strips of
dirty paper, printed; on the one side, and
scratched over crosswise with magisterial and
ministerial chirogrophy on the other. The
cause is called in a Voice half lost in a huge
quid of tobacco. Both parties answer and
demand a jirry-the requisite process is signed
the favorite constable selected and set off to
gather together:, the Englishman's birth
right, a jury of his peers," and the court takes
a. rqcess tor halt an hour. ,-),.
. Meanwhile the news has gone abroad that
there is to be a litigated trial before Squire
Dunkerhead at the tavern the blacksmith
lenses his forge the ;whelwright his shop
the merchant and the merchant s clerk the
hostler, the loafer, and all the people rounda
bout, leave their respective avocations and re
pair to the intellectual arena with the same ea
gerness they would, to a cock fight or a town
meeting; '''-' ' '"'' '
1 And now the jurors of the jury having been
duly summoned, also come, wno .10 epeaK the
truth of the matters given them in charge, be
ing chosen from the inside of a smnshed hat,
tried and' sworn, they take their seats in the
most imposing positions on a bench against the
Walt.'i vnr i.u a-:'; 01 ;"'" ;':'!'' jwra
By this time the defendant's counsel, Mr.
Splalterdasher, n regul.tr bred attorney from
the city; has arrived at the door, with a car
pet bag full ' of books the hostler takes his
horse and the connsollor a glass of,gin, .and
the inal is prondithccd ' ready to commence.
1 he piftintin's counsel an- experienced petti
foeeer of country breeding, glances inmlirinrr
ly at his fmnidable antagonist, and draws up
to the pitclipine council-table, turns down two
or three pages of Coweh's Treatise, and calls
his witnesses.. The witnesses all sweir that
they distinctly saw a dog, which they believe
to ne the deienuatit's dopr, chasing a nen on tne
premises, oi the plaintiff Being, cross-examined,
they are not sure that it, was the defend
ant's dog but are sure that it...was a red dog,
and that, defendant keens, a red dog.., The
court here announces "that certainty to a
t:n'nmlr',illtent', ''is'Wfficioht; defendants
counsel bbwa learned assent. !-Another wit
ness is theaealled t o prove, by way pf aggra
vation of damages, that the hen ithua chased
and kilted had ten younir chickens. To this
tk defeodant',; tpunsel, bo!utly , objects
and now the pent np eloqaeflca ahrl Uf book
open, Coke and Chitty, iiden on injunctions,
and Angel on water courses, are cited to show
mat tins testimony m altogether improper, im
pertinent, and impossible to be: given In evi...
dence..i- -.1,4 a .; i : irJi tV
Two edifying hours are spent in tho discus
sion, and the court decides that he will hear,
the testimony and note the objection'.-' The de
fence is. opened profbrma 3 Ten w ifneSse ar
called, three of whom: swear that the defends
anb keeps no dog five that he keep no re($
dog, and two who testify positively that de
fendant's dog is a black bitch. ThS testimo
ny, after expert cross-examinations' re-exam
inations, and counter calling ol Witnesses,, is. at
length closed., The counsel sum up to the iuT
ry at length, the court swears a constable, ami
after mature deliberation being had, the1 jury
about midnight return Into court and say, tbejr
find a verdict for the plaintiff, of six, cents dam
ages and six cents costs. The defendant
counsel sneers at the stupidity of. the jury
declares that the cause shall be "carried tip,"'
charges ten dollars for attending to triaEgete
a retaining fce for bringing a ceniorajiir-aiid tar
turns to town to get it " allowea." . .
imsisa lair picture, we believe, ornlne-
tenthsof tho law suits, and thS modicdu rdpe
randi of business brought into justice b courts.
I lie suits thus tried, nourish the spirit ot ex
citement, administer to tho perversity of , the
multitude, prsrrtole idleness, produce beggary,
and furnish a mockery of tbe administration of
justice,': m :n ...Mi t - iiUaa i-afxta? rir
"Lot's Wife." Mr; Colman.fn his AgrU
cultural address last week, illustrated tlie folly
pf modern fashionable female education, by an
anecdote. ,A young man who had. for- a long
while remained in that useless state, designa-
,pt llv n tinlf nn r nf fipiaunrs .V ' nf last Beri
uusly determined he would procure him a wifei
He got the " refusal'' of one, who .-was beaur
tiful and fashionably accomplished, and took
her upon trial to his home. . Soon learning that
she knew nothing cither how to darn a stockings
or to boil a potatoe or roast a p'rece of beef, he
returned ner to ner latnersijjouse, as Having
been weighed in the balance and found want
ing.; A. suit was commenced y the good la
dy, but the husband alleged that she was not
"up to the sample,:'; and ot course tne orjii
gation to retain tho commodity was not bind
ing. The jury inflicted a fine of a few dollars
but we would have given a fortune rather than
not ho liberated from such an irksome engage
ment. "As well might the farmer have the
original Venus do MeJicls placed in his
kitchen," the orator, "as Some of tho modern
fashionable women., Indeed," continued he,
"it would be much better to have Lot's wife
standing there, for sho might have salted his
bacon!" jYorthampton Courier '
1 . ! .' ' - 1
A Yankee travelling a short distance from
home waB belated one night and stopped at a
tavern, for the purpose of obtaining a night's
lodging, and something to eat; mine host
spread the table, which almost groaned under,
the good thipgs displayed upon the board.
A mong thont was a huge piece of cheese which
appeared to be particularly palatable to our
hungry traveller, if the disappearance of slices
bo any criterion. ' Mine host' watched the pie
ces as lie took them and swallowed them, with
a dissatisfied look, nnd intending to save some
part of this dainty from the devouring jawB of
his lodger commenced thus: : . V .- ,
" Friend, that's imported cheese." , ,
"Hem was tho replv, '-.it's none the worse
for that. ' "," - f :
" It's not good to oat too much of it." 1
"Quite likely" (almost choking.) "
"People sometimes die when they eat too
much of it." " ; , ,
"You don't say sol" (seizing the remainder
and sticking it into his saddle-bags) "then I'll
give this lo my wife, I want to get rid of the
old thing.", s .
The Loafer. In the shape of this tree I
am at present a leotle past comfortable. If a.
bodv necd'nt get up and change round to keen
out of (he sun, I would never give a shinplas
ter bit to the rich. If it want for clothes and
eating 1 don't see the use of gold and paper
currency. Every body's asked to drink as of
ten as he s dry, and more times than he needs
it, particularly about election times. ' I keeps
a stick end tallys down the whig and demo
cratic, drinks I done tuck, but I think the
schoolmaster what chipered . 'em up, cheated
nie all to rum. I ll vote 'tother 6ido next
time, just to show my independence, and keep
up the right of universal suffering?-
. t ,
One way to bmptx a cart. An hontat
son of Erin lately arrived at Baltimore, Was
employed to drive heart. Not being an adept
in the art ot hauling dirt, Ad was wolully per
plexed when he wished to empty the cart,
and after as much maneuvering to get into a
proper position, as would have sufficed to move
a seventy-four, he marched up to the horse's
head, seized the bridle with a powerful grasp,
andsang out with a hearty jjood will, ' raretp,
rare, vp,' calculating, we suppose, that the
horse would elevate himself fat enough toema
tythecart.. -i ! t.i y.;-t i
John Jacob Astor, of New YorJt,T a!t
to be worth the trifle of twenty-five luilliotissl
dollars more than twice the sum left by Mte
phen.Girard. This, af six percent, would prtv
duco one million five bundled dollars a year -one
hundred and twenty five thousand a month,
four thousand one hundred and thirty-three
dollars a day one hundred and seveoi-.ure
dollars an hour two dollars eighty seven and
a half cents a minute-rand nearly five cents
second!1 He will be rich bye and bye. " e
i 1; ' 1 ui en '. '-':-
A man bkkbaded. Two men at Hickory
Creek were lately at work in a field when a dis
pute arose between them.: One of them, Mr.
Bowes, wi his anger struck the other, Mr. Ms
Donald, with a slake which so enraged him tha,t
he struck the assailant with a cradle scythe,
and hitting him upon the neck, instantly sever
eihishead from his body, which fell at consi
derable distance from it. , Mr. McDonald im
mediately escaped and .has - not since been
heard from; An indictment was found against
him at the late term of the Will Circuit Court
forihan slaughter. Chicago Demi'- ;'-'"" .
1 . 1 1. " ' . 1 ei v - h up,
LAWTER8OuTvrTTKp.T.W9 lawyers by
the name, of Root and Bush chancing to meet
the famous Lorenzo Dow, at a tavern in New
York and wishing to amuse themselves, ejkott
him among other questions, what kind of ,
place I19 thought Heaven was?,,' He, answered
that he thought h was a barren country, where
there- was not a1 Root or Bush. nor fevoV
would bo! ! !:.! v.-.l ho .R!suoh; , j-t
'"' L'ano'' Stnb. The SaleinlGaBet?e" anf the
N. Y. Sbn' mention' several bf the old hearts
of steel who were m w days lang syne" a por
tion of Gem Washing ton body guards. Tiier
are doubtless: good democrat even unto, this
i Ths state debt of Maryland is fifteen miUioca
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