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BALA'S VEGETABLE ELIXIR.
PREPARED solely from vegetables, by
Joha Sala, Canton Ohio. Price $1,50
- As an internal remedy this medicine stands
unrivalled. Its Tamo and virtues are sufficient
ly established, by the many and important
eures it has performed, in the short period it
has been in use. In marshy districts where
icvere more commonly prevail, its use will pre
tent their recurrence, and give to the system
a general healthy action. The quantity to be
token, should be regulated so as to produce a
free and regular discharge from the bowels,
which will give tone and activity to the stomach,
and enable it to resist and eject nil billions col
lection, and at the some lime restore a proper
and healthy secretion. It will arouse the inac
tivity of the liver, when affected, and restore it
to Us wonted healthful condition. As a family
medicine, when a purge is necessary for any
disease, nothing will be found bettor udupted.to
the system, than this Elixir. It purifies the
blood, without debilitating the stomach or
bowels, while it is perfectly mild and harmless
This medicine may be taken with perfect
safety by all ages in all diseases: its cures are
for the following diseases: Dyspepsia, Loss
or Appetite, indigestion, Consumption, Coughs,
Dropsy, Heartburn, Diorrhea, Cholic, Jaundice,
Palpitation of the Heart, Affection of the Li
ver and the Skin, and all diseases arising from
Impure Blood, &c. and whero there is any ir
regularity, arising from debility, it will be
round an invaluable medrcinc.
To each bottle will be attached alubel bearing
tie signature of the proprietor, without which
none aregonuine. JOHN SALA.
Certificates : The following testimonials
are a icw 01 tne many that might bo presented
to the Public.
From the Rev. E. Birkett, of the Pittsburgh
V . Conference.
Mr. J. Sa!a,'Denr Sir: I have given your
veguiuuie jiiuxir," a tair trial, ana cheer
fully give my testimony to its value in ca
ses of Cramp, jpholic, and in Chronic af
fections of the internal viscera. I have
been for more than 1 two years severely
afflicted with an infection of the diaphragm,
which at times would causo derangement of
the functions of nature, and complete prostra
tion of strength. I had also frequent attacks
of cholic; some of them so severe" that life it
self appeared to bo in dungor; but by the use
of your excellent medicine I find my chronic
symptoms much relieved, and am almost entire
ly free from tli03e excruciating attacks of chol
ic; and I hope by perservance in its uso to ob
tain a perfect cure. ' I have tried various me
dicines, and am prepared to say, that in all such
eases, I am satisfied it will bo found superior
to any medicine now before the public.
Yours, fie. E. HIRKETT.
Canton, Aug. 10, 1838.
Extract of a tetter from the. Rev. A. Billings,
of the Michigan Conference, dated Farm-
ingtun Aug. 2, 1898.
"Mr. Sula: I have used two bottles o
your " Vegitablo Elixir," and am satisfied that
I have derived more benefit from its use, than
from all the medicine I have used for many
years. I have bsen for many years afflicted
with the Bilhous affection. My health is good,
and I expect to travel next year. I hope you
. will find extensive sales''
"I, the undersigned, to certify do the public,
that I have used Sala's Vegetablo Elixir, for a
lingering complaint, called, by some of the
most eminent physicians, the Erysipelas, and
a weakness of the body. I have used six bot
tles of Sula 's Vegetable Elixir, and can assure
the public that I have not fblt as well for the
last four years as at present, and am niw at
labor again. I would recommend it as a valu
able medicine to the afflicted." '
Canton, Juno 2, 18!)8.
I do hereby certify, that my wife has been
afllictod for the last twelve years with a severe
pain in her head, side, and back; that she
has used but one bottle of Snla's Vegetable
Elixir, and the complaint has been perfectly
reaioved. I recommend it as a valuale medi
cine to the afllictej. PETER BURGER.
, Canton, June 1T833.
I hereby certify, that, having been for ma
ny years pust severely afflicted with the Liver
complaint, in so much that I began to despair
of recovering, as I had received all the aid
that several Physicians could give, and finding
myself no bettor, I tried one bottle of Sola's
German Vegetablo Elixir1, and find myself, to
my utter astonishment, perfectly restored, so
that I am now able to perform a full day's work
on my furm, after having been unable to per
form the same for, three' years before: Al
though 1 paid, during that time, -quite an
amount of money to the phvsicians, without
eceiving any benefit. JOHN SHIVELY.
Oenaburgb, Stark Co., Ohio. . "w
; I certify, that I was afflicted with tho DvS-
pesiaj aud a pain in my stomach, and by using
ne bottle of Sala's Vegetable Elixir, I felt
uiy self perfectly relieved
Uanton, June V, 1S38. .:,., ; j-,
.. .Wr Sala. This is to certify that I had a
ery severe cougU all lust winter, and was' re
duced to tt very low stage; after obtaining all
medical aid to no purpose, I was advised to try
a bottle of your Vegetable Elixir, which I did,
and in two weeks I was able to go to work, and
fully believe it to be one of the best medicines
before the public for cough, breast complaints,
and general debility. Your welll wisher.
Bedford, O., May, 2, 1838.. . .-. i i
We, the subscribers, citizens of Stark Co.
Ohio, hereby certify that we have been in tho
habit of occasionally using .in our families,
the Vegetable Elixir, prepared by John Sala,
Canton Ohio, and have have uniformly derived
much benefit from its use. In rheumatisms,
chelics, derangement of the stomach, agues,
worms, Sic. be. we have never found a medi
cine which shew good effects so soon and so
certainly. We therefore cheerfully recom
mend this invaluable family medicine to the
public in general, but to our suffering fellow
citizens in particular, in order that they may
L'ive it a trial. .
John Garber, Henry Summers, Geo; Tutzey,
Henry Klippart, Hiram Myres, Christian Rase,
Jacob Rase, Geo. Dunbar, Philip Weber,
John Bauer, John . Wiestling, A, y. rranko
For sale by ,
HARRINGTON to HUNTER.-Agents.
Jfaumee City, Scpt.15, 1838. 24tf.
rANTED. A good Journeyman Chair
illaker, to whom liberal wages will be
given. . . . m. J. CREED.
Feb. 2i. . ; -. ,47tf
ROOMS'. So doz. Brooms, a superior ai
tide, from tiie south, just received and for
enle by the dozen or single, at ?, A UAltr'H.
Juiysi. ;..:.: :...' ': ie
GLASS! GLASS!! 4000: feet x Window
Glass, 7 by 08 by 109 by J213 by
18, received and for sals very low by 1 '
i I A. CART-''
; SMITH &CO.
Storage,' Forwarding and, Commission
DEALERS in Provisions', Lumber and Suit.
Tho undersigned have taken the Ware
house, formerly occupied by Bingham to Fu
roy, and have made such arrangements to tran
sact business in their line, as must give satis
faction to those who may entrust them with
their business. -
They are agents for the following transpor
tation companies on tho Erie and Ohio canals,
and steamboats and vessels on the Lake, viz:
Western TnANsvottTATioN Co.
Washington Line. -
.' Express to Tbleorafh Lines, . :-
," On the Ohio Canal, and
Trot & Oswego Lwb. -
Some of the above Lines are deeply inter
ested in shipping controlled at the Foot ot the
Rapids, and running directly from BufTulo, and
mtcnneiliaio ports to this point; thereby pre
senting' sreator facilities for the sure and
speedy conveyance of Western Goods, than
any other Jjines.
Goods have reached this port, transported bv
the above named Linos, in tight days from
iiuw-i urn fcuy.
To Contractors f Produce Dealer'.
Wo shall keep constantly on hand all kinds
of Produce and Provisions. We have now in
Store and for sale, '
2'i0 bbls. superfine Flour, '
100 " Mess Pork,
100 " One Hog,
50 " Shoulders,
20 " Dried Apples,
10 " " Peaches,
200 " Salt,
12 . " Beans,
00 " Whiskey, 1 " '
2000 bushels Oats,
20 boxes 8 by 10 Ohio Glass, ' "
00 " 10 by 12 " "
20 . " 7 by 9 " "
Also, a constant supply of now butter in
Firkins, all of which will be sold as low, if
not lower, than can be had in tho market for
Cash. SMITH to CO.
Maumee City, July 21, 1S38. 16
R. E. SPOHN, a German physician of
much note, having devoted his atten
tion for some years to the cure and removal
of the causes of NERVOUS AND SICK
HEADACHE, has tho satisfaction to make
known that he has a renietly which by remov
ing the causes cures effectually ar.d permanent
ly this distressing complaint. There are many
families who have considered Sick Headache
a constitutional incurable family complaint. Dr.
S. assures them that they are mistaken, and
laboring under distress which they might not
only alleviate, but aclually eradicate by the
use of this remedy. .
It is the result of scientific research, and is
entirely of a different character from advertis
ed patent medicines, and is not unpleasant to
HEADACHE, SICK OR NERVOUS.
The extraordinary reputation that Dr.
Spohn's remedy for this distressing complaint
is every day caining is certainly a matter of
much astonishment. That bo much sufferine
should have existed forages without any dis
covery of an effectual preventative or cure, is
truly a subject of much regret, but Dr. S. now
assures the public that such a remedy has been
invented as will convince the most credulous.
The principles upon which it acts are simple
and plain. It is an admitted fact this com
plaint, whether called Sick Headache, or Ner
vous Headache arises primarily from the stom.
ach those who think they have the Nervous
iioauacne may rest assured that this organ,
the stomach, is the first cause, that the svstem
has been vithted or debilitated, through the
stomach, and that only through the same chan
nel must they expect a restoration of the na
tural and healthy functions of the system.
i his object, ur. opohn s remedy is eminently
calculated to attain. . The truth of this posi
tion cannot bo controverted, and the sooner
sullercrs with the headache become convinced
of it, the sooner will their sufferings end in
restoration ot health.. Dr. tspohn pledges his
professional reputation on this fact. The rem
edy may be had of apothecaries generally thro'.
out the U.S. ', " ' " '' '
COMSTOCK to Co.,'wholesale dru?isls 2
Fletcher street, near Maiden Lane, one door
below Pearl Btreet, N. Y., general agents for
E. SPOHN. M. D.
, (U For sale at every Druggists' in this city.
iviaumee tity, csept. 5, 1838. 8Sy6
. NEW AND CHEAP STORE,
THE subscribers have just received direct
from NewYork, and now offer for sale at
their store onWolcott street a few rods west ot
the Printing office, and nearly opposite the
"American Hotel," a large stock of uperior
Groceries, consisting, in part, of Pouchong,
liingchong, rtyson akin, Via and Young tly-
eon teas, Ion f and brown Sugar, Molasses,
Coffee, Pepper, Spice, raisins, Tobacco,Sale'
ratus, Cocoa, Chocolate', cinnamon,', cigars,
Mnuti, mustard, repper sauce.uinger. starch
Shot, Lard, Soap, Fish.toc, &c. ','
Abo a splendid stock of liquors and wines
of all kinds. Also a good assortment of Dry
Goods, comprising all articles usually kept in
a Dry Goods Store,, and a. quantity of.ready
made clothing, together with a quantity ot
iron and stoves, i' tour, .fork, Butter, Axes,
toe. ;. ; . ;,. ,',.
. The above Goods may be. had at wholesale
or retail, and at fair prices. 'V . i - .
' 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 MaUmee valley1." , ." ', .", ,,:
. A. J. HACKLEY.
.. Maumee City, June 0, 1838.-- 3ft-
, : i h . r 'i i I ..'I
T . ADIES French, Kid, Goat and Calfskin
JLU Shoes and Slippers, from 8 to 12 shillings
Coarse Boots and Brogans, Misses and Chil
drens Shoes, at the Miami Cash Store, by .
ju'y 21- - T,;W. CROWELL;
JUST received at the Miami Cash Store, a
superior article of Shaker Brooms, by
.Aug. 30...' T. W,
JUST received SOOO vards j and ya'rd'wide
JJrown Shirtings and Sheetings from 8W 5
cents. Also, Domestic f lannels, Socks toe.
&c. by T- W CROWELL. -
Aug. aauii-rzy '! .""-; - ?
TJEADY MADE CLOTHING. Large aria
XI- general assortment j ' supernne nne ana
common for summer, fall and winter wear, Com
mercial buildings. E. FAIRMAN.
.:-Ug-4iUf.nH ,W A Si .tt .."O
; 1838 -JAMES
WOLCOTT & CO.
FOBWAItnivo AND roMMissidx
(At the TTare-house formerly occupied bv)
- TTFLit- JP. J,.- .I-.. J 4J'
rr ue u- jLirituua.. ... ,
Jamos Wolcott, )
A. J. Hackley, 5
James Howe. )
MAUMEI CITY, plltO.
THE subscribers are agents for the fol
lowing Lines, viz :
ON THE EltJE CANAL. " " '" , ' ;, i
The National Link Agent, Aj W.
Johnson, 108, Broad street, New York.
sw XORK AND UUFFALO, ANO UT1CA' AND
Buffalo Lines. Agents, Hubbard to Ellis,
iooi or uroao street, iew lork.
Oswego Line, (via Oswego and Welland
Canals,) Agent, It. J. Van Dcwater, 100,
Broad street, New York.
Lake and River Lint, (via Oswego and
We'land Canals,) Agents, Isaac P., Smith,
JohnO. Dickey, 119 Broad street, New York
The above aro 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,
will insure prompt attention to their business.
by causing them to be marked to the care of
our House, at this place, when they make
their purchases at New York. 1
JAMES WOLCOTT, to CO.
Maumee City, April 2P, 1838. :. 56
WATER PRIVILEGE FOR, SALE,
Tho subscriber has a very convenient
Water privilege, suitable for the situation of a
Furnace, Forge or other water works. It is
situated on Swan Creek, three and a half miles
from Port Miami. The water may bo taken
from the subscribers mill pond, at a trifling
cost, and with perfect security from damage by
the freshets. In the distance of two or three
miles there are inexhaustible beds of Iron ore
nf.the first quality, and the country being very
level presents no obstruction to tho building
of a road in any direction with very little ex
pense. ino ore lies in bods, near the top of
the ground, and has been judged to bo of the
richness ol sixty per cent. The subscriber will
give groat encouragement to any person or
persons who will undertake and carry on the
above business, and will tnlto an interest in the
works, or sell tho situation. This improve
merit" is greatly needed in this country, and
might lie made immediately and immensely
For further particulars, inquire of the sub
scriber in Miami city.
June 9th, 1838. 10
THE firm of Freeman to Nearing, at Prov
idence, Ohio, was by mutual consent, dis
solved on the 22d day of July last past. Im
mediate payment of all debts due to the firm
must bo made to P. Nearing, who is duly au
thorised to collect the same.
The business heretofore carried on by Free
man to Nearing, will be continued by the sub
scriber. , , Pi NEARING.
Providence, Aug. 18. . . 2ltf
TO PRINTERS & MERCHANTS.
PRINTERS and Merchant can be sup
plied with paper of varioin kind, on ap
plication to . BALDWIN, to Co.
. RA GS taken In exchange for paper. .
Sept. 23. , ; , , , 25tf
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 casb.. Call and try.
BOYNTON to GANNETT.
Jan. 27, 1838. "
DENNETT to CAMPIJELL,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law; No. 3,
" Law Buildings, Perrysburg. ,
Henry Bennett, )
Samuel B. Campbell. .. 4-ltf
A SUPERIOR assortment of StoneChurns,
Jars, Pots,. Jugs, Stove Tubes, and Milk
Pans, just received by : - , , - . 69
May 17. BOYNTON to G ANNETT.
" ... LUMBER,:, , ;,
Pifi niin eot ono 'ncn p'na Lumber ,,
"r"vt' S5,ooo feet ii ...:;
25,000 " each 1 and S inch, -50,000,
First quality Pine Shingles warranted.
Just received and for sale by SMITH to Co. '
CARPENTER'S TOOLS By the set or
'single, for sale by "J'. - - ' ,
June a. : n. nlarr H.LL St CO,
MORE SHOES!! 2000 pairs Shoe a.1
kinds and sizes, received and for sale low
tor cash, ty A, VARY,
July21. ;'-' ' "' -"le"
y MAUMEE CITY CHARTER.
FEW:co'pies of the City Charter fofsale
ill' at thi office." "
,,.May 5. ;;;;.'.
TOVES!' STOVES!! Just received,"
lot bf Cooking and Parlor Stoves, by '
July" 28 l:"..i-'. 0..' WILLIAMS to COi.
OR'SiLEA- foist' bf. smatV'PicaM
' about two hundred tfounda, nearly new
and,complete, with Italic and cases, at this of
"I UMBER. A quantity 'of pine Lumber
JJ for sale at the Warehouse of ' u 11
i l.nAi J.' WOLCOTT to Co.-i!
POSITIVELY i THE LAST CALL!!
LL persons indebted to the late firm bf
Smith. :to Crowell, or to me individually,
will please take notice, that if their accountsi
are not settled forthwith; they mty look for
them at a Justices Office. , I. .hone a word to
the wise iyijl be sufllcient,' ' -" ' x;1 1
july 21. '-' IV W. UHUWlSLbi
T EADY "MADE CLOTHING Satinetts,
, Broadcloths, tob' by1
FRENGH-muslinrFrench cambricsr Amer
ican prists fronnu to 25 cehls, Florence
silks, crapesi ribbohs toe., by C -July
81. ' ' -'-' T. W. CRQWELL. :
1 Df irood HUT-
'TER:fbrsalebyr--': y.?.AT,i .!.'
t 'T "Ai ' HACKLEY 1
Pcrrysburgr & Buffalo
DAILY LINE OF STEAJI.SOATS. '
AKIC AAu EMIJJVT FOlt 188.
nnllE steamboat ANTHONY WAYNE,
J Amos Pratt, Master, will make her rcgu
lar trips (weather permitting) in the following
order: . ' " 5 "
Leaves Perryshurg Si Leaves Buffalo for To-
Totectojor Jtfujjalo. ledo Ferrynburg.
8 Monday .
20 Friday '
20 Monday '
26 Sunday . .
1 Saturday 1
Saturday ' . " ,,
Friday " '
Saturday : .
' 7 Friday
13 Thursday .
. 19 Wednesday
01 T .1-..
,,. 31 Monday
bept. 0 Sunday ,,
12 Saturday ,,' "
24 Thursday . ,,
30 Wednesday Oct.'
6 Tuesday ,,
12 Monday .
18 Sunday : ; .
o 1 hursday
,, 17 1 uesday i
JOHN HOLLISTER to CO.,
The Anthony Wayne is 400 tons burthen,
new and well built, with twenty state rooms,
and a gentlemen's cabin with fifty-two berths :
also a ladies steerage cabin with twelve
berths, and a gentlemen's steerage cabin with
twenty-four berths, which makes her accom-
diodutions equal to any boat on the lake.
She will always leave Perrysburg and Toledo
on tho arrival of tho cars from Adrian.
The steamboat Anthony Wayne, will leave
Perrysbure on the same day that the Commo
dore Perry leaves Buffalo, and run alternate
ly, agreeable to this advertisement. Arrange
ments have been made' with four first class
steamboats, ,to run m connection with the
above boats, to form a six day line from tliis
place to Buffalo. -
March 3. 48tf
. VIA EAGLE LINE.
Steamboats, Ships, Brigs and Schooners,
ON LAKE EKIK, AND UPl'ER LAKES.
Treat & Carter, Buffalo.
" Scott to Cahter, Cleveland. - "
FonsvTit to Hazard, Maumee City.
Mead, Kellogg & Co., Detroit.
W. Brown, Milwaulcie.
Hubdard to Co., Chicago. '
VIA SWIPTSURE AND RAILItOAT LINES .
of Tow Boats on Hudson river, and in con
nexion with the Mshawk and Hudson Rail
road,- ;, .: . A. Van Santvoord, Agent,
104 Broad-street, New York.
PILOT, TRADERS, ERIE AND OHIO, AND
ON THE ERIE CANAL.
Affording six. Boats daily, from Albany and
Schenectady. For Freight or Pasage, ap
ply to I reat to Carter, Bu ffalo.
H. Wright to Co. Rochester. , v ,
L. Hurd to Co. Rail Road Depot, ...
; H ? :. Schenectady.
' C. Robinson, ) X - ' ' . i ;!'.
, - jln.s, , iMQwy".,.
. Wm.B.Knox, ill""y.-.
P. Grandir, .
, E. D. Robinson,
, D. P. Parker,
AMERICAN TRANSPORTATION LINE,
ON THE OHIO tiANAL.
! ' Scott to Carter, Cleveland. ' '
- McElvain & Hunter, Columbus, '
t' ' Ckaioiiead to Keyes, Chilicothe.
:" Conway & Avery, Portsmouth.' ...
'" '' Gazzam & Bdtlek, Cincinnati.' '
Mark Packarres. ' A hi. Trnnflnnrfnfinn
Co." and Ship by " Swiftsure and Rail road
Lines of Tow-BoatS. '' , ; ' ." '
The steam boats and vessels comprising the
above line, are all of the first class, and pre
sent to western merchants, more, than' ordin
jury facilities for the prompt transmission of
goods. ' i.The proprietors are determined that
nothing shall be left undone on their part, to
give entire satisfaction to those who may fa
vor them with their business. ..it 1(i ,r m
:i Consignments will be forwarded by trans
portation waggons, keel and canal boats, from
Maumee city to any part of the Maumee and
Wabash Valleys without delay. .
: .,':. , FORSYTH to : HAZARD,
) ...:.: ;.! f. . . j : Agents & Proprietors.
March 17, 1838. !;,; witt -.vu
' ' " ' ' '1 838 ,;' '' " '
CLEVELAND & MAUJIEE CITYf';
rSHE Stba bo a t CINCINNATI,' J.
X ., Yownos, Master. Wilr ruri the , .ensuinc
season betweenClevelarid and Maumee, touch
ing at BlackRiver,Huron,SanduskyMar.hlp-
head, Aiannattan, Toledo, and Ferrysburg.
"The CINCINNATI has. the; Past winter.
undergone thorough repairs.' Her engine has
been much improved, which, with ah addition
of four new state rooms,, ani enlargement of
both cauins, ana other improvements calcula
ted for the convenience of Passengers,, .will
render her accommodations tar superior to any
boat'of the same tonnage on Lake Erie. ',
For freight or passage, apply to. the Master
on Uard.orto ; ! .;; ...,: ; ; ' j '?., ; r -"
. Of, G' C,, Davis to Co. Cleveland, ,J
.. . Hoi.listkr to Boalt, Sandusky. -
J :! 1. D. Maixort, Marblehtad, ft ,T
l Ybckbku SL Vo.,.,Toledoi I "1
J. Holli8TR8 j& Cn. ' Perryshurg.
'.V Smith to Co. Maumee City.
ch, 1838 . : rib'. n-.?-v;B0
Tl MICHIGAN WINDOW GLASS, Any
If J quantity, of all sizes, kept constantly at
hana warranted 'free from breakage - For
salefow, by: ' ";'" Ji BEACH.!;
fSrrysburf, June 19,- v . ntf
Perrysburg & 'Buflhlo
DA IL Y LINE OF S TEAMS OA TS1
ripHE steamboat COMMODORE 6. II.
X .PEUUY, David WiHrison, Master, will
make- her regulur trips, (weather permitting
In the following order : ,( , ,n
Leaves Perrysllirg Leaves Buffalo for To.
Toledo for Buffalo. ledo St P'errnshure.
Monday April 30 Thursday May '
Sunday May 6 Wednesday ..' ..f
'' - i 12 Tuesday
' 18 Monday
30 Saturday '"
5 Friday ,
z,i j uesday
17 Friday : ii.T :
23 Thursday ;
29 Wednesday Aug,
4 I ue6day ,
10 Monday ' ' : ,,
lo Sunday - ,,
22 Saturday ,,,
28 I' riduy
Thursday 1 ,,
14 Saturday , ; ,,
,, JJU Friday ,
JOHN HOLLISTER to CO.
The steamboat Commodore Perry will leave
Buffalo on the same day that the General
Wayne leaves Perrysburg, 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 lit:.' from this
place to Buffalo.
The steamboat Commodore Perrv is . well
known boat, and is commanded by her former
f ',,,,,;, it..,.,, w. ..,.
as a Commander, needs no eulogy.
The Commodore has been fitted up for the
coming season, preparatory to taking her
place in the rank of the first class of boats nn
the Me. No boat is more safe or rerular in
March 3. : 49tf
, 1 JAMES CREED.
"VTrOULD inform the public that he has
V V taKen the shon fnrmfriv nrniintorf Yiit
J. Woodruff. Where he Willkonn nnncfnntlv nn
hand a general assortment of Cabinet Furni-
uiru, rancy anu. common. C hairs, high post,
i' reiicn, una common Jiedsteads, and all oth
er articles HSimllv nnllnil fnr in hio lino nr.,1
ivould respectfully solicit a share of public
patronage; ' " '
eb. 24. 47tf '
MAUMEE CITY HARDWARE
- STORE. '
W WISWELL fa BOYNTON, respect-
fully inform the inhabitants of this city
mm viciiuiy mai iney nave arrived troin Itiw
York with, and are now onenina nt thn Pnmmi.r.
cial Buildings, a large and general assortment of
tiaraware,noitow-ware,tin-ware and Cutlery.
Their stock,among other articles, consists of the
ionowing: uar, band, and hoop Iron ; Eng
sh blister, American and cast Steel : English,
Kussia and American sheet Iron: trace, halter
ana jacu chains ; Ulacltsniiths' vices and anvils ;
shovels and tongs; scales; Sad and Tailors'
irons: mill, cross-cut. slittinir-wood. circular.
fret-hand, key-hole, back and compass Saws
patent ana iron weights, sauce and trying pans,
tea-kettles, augurs, bellows, bellows-pipe, cra
dle and erass scythes, sand naner. coffee mills.
crow-bars, hammers, bitts and stocks, wire,
orass Kettles; escutcheon, .Norfolk, knob, Ame
rican and brass Door-latches: sickles: dinner.
tea,and cow-bells, brushes, candlerstioks, butts
una screws, combs, brads, sparables,, tasks,
wrought and cut Nails, Locks and bolts of all
kinds and sizes: fassets and : mola.-ses gates;
Carpenters' tules, squares, bevels, &c, hat and
cloak pins; powder flasks, percussion locks,
pills and caps;1 compasses: tin trunks, glass
Ianthorns, astral and nurse lamps, dust pans:
ever pointed pencil cases; -razor strops; sugar
nippers, spirit levels, bed and. clothes cords;
snuffers and trays, German silver and iron ta
ble and tea-spoons; waiters; carnage wrench
es: steelyards, ' hoes, trowels,1 waffle-irons,
bench-screws, sheet lead, sheet-copper, cooking-stoves
and furniture. ' : ' " ' '
Cutlery Table and Carvina' Knives' and
Forks, steels, jack and pen knives cf a superior
quality, broad axes, adze, planes and irons;
drawing knives,' fleams, scizzors, shears, and
superfine razors, 'toe, together with many oth
er articles too numerous to mention. The ar
ticles have been selected with great tare,' and
can be afforded cheap for cash. ; The public
are respectfully invited to call ana examine:'.''
Maumee City, June 5, 1839. '" ' lotf
TO WOOL GROWERS.
THE subscriber has procured for the' ac
commodation of the public, a first rate
jjouoie carding Machine, which he has now
in operation in the Steam Factory, on Tap-
' : Wool Cardino done in the beet manner, and
on reasonable terms.' ''1 -i '-- .. ,i.. 1:
" jtii '.-., .'o JAMES WOLCOTT;
iviaumee Uity, June 18, 1838k' v lltf .. v
X8AAC STETSOI0rMey, and Coun
felhr at Law, , will give punctua attend
ance to the duties of his-profession l, Wood
countyi and will also attend to .the Courts in
tho counties of Lucas, Williams, Henry, and
Sandusky. Office in Law Buildings, No 1,
Perrysburg, Ohio. - . -
inarch 25 .tliiO-Ty Va1 . 1
yr, WASIHNGTON HOUSE. u '
The subscriber 'wQuui give, potice,ihat lie
has taken said . house formerly occupied
by J. ' W. Converse, on Canal Street, where be
will at all times be ready , to, wait upon those
who may please to give him a call, ,. 1 ,l,.f
.. . ciiarles d. , poster.;';
.'.IMauuice.City, June 20, 193?. v,;,. .'J.r,r
BEDSTEADS by' ' " -;, ""
; " i: G. fa W.! RiCIIARDSOrj'.nc
S June 3d; : f-"!;v''.'";""';;;'. ;i'1;"' V
TtTTHlSKE Y 40" Barrels r Whiskefi
T VJ superior aj-ticle:" Jiist received by
11 ! ?
MAUMEE CITY HAT, CAP & FUR
'-...(:.; STORE. 'l: ' 1 ot
A' CKER to KAN ADY having removid 'to
their new Store on Erie street ohe door
West of the old Post Office, give notice thai
they" have just receive an extensive and well'
selected assortment of Hats and Caps of every
variety and fashion, from 34 to 38, which the
offer for Cash only; at prices varying from one
shilling to eight dollars consisting of men's'
Clip-BeaVer, Black and Drab Brash, Satin Bea-i
ver,' Blackand Drab Silk," Fur Wool and Chip
and youths Satin Beaver, Black and Drab Silk,
Fur and Wool and Chip Hats, mens! Cloth and
Cadet, youth and Childrens" Clotn, Velvet,
Plush, and Circassian Caps, all which they of
fer at New-; York retail prices, j n r 1
. As they intend hereafter to. manufacture
Hats and Caps, they would give notice . to
Country Merchants and. Dealers, that they are1
prepared to supply at wholesale, Hats and Caps,
both of their, own and Eastern manufacture, 0
as good terms as can be bought this side, Nsw
York, r ... ... '.!;. ,
Being desirous of disposing of their remain-,
ing Slock of Goods, they offer them unusually,
low for cash, , They have just received a fresh;
supply of Groceries, consisting of Teas, Sugar,
Coffee,: Molasses, Lamp Oil, toe. toc.j whicbi
will be sold extremely low for cash., , ,,,1 .i
Cash paid for shipping Furs, t f, .."' 7
August 17, i838.,;1 ;,.,;'!;,: 'S0.'
; NEW GOODS. "-'! ,
JUST received at the Miami Casli Storei a
splendid assortment of French,. English
and American prints; ginghams, French mus
lin, ladies and Misses Shoes, Bonnets, and al
most every article usually kept in a Dry Goods
Store, which will bo sold' lower for cash than
at any other establishment on the Maumee river ,
Nomistake. Call and see. " ' 1 "'
june 83 , . T. W. CROWELL. "
CORN BROOMS 4o dozen, just received
on consignment, for sale cheap by the do
icn or single, by '.; ... E, FAIRMAN.
July 21. ' . ., , .
CHINA, Crockery and Glass Ware. Large
and general assortment. No. 1 Commer-
15. FAIRMAN, Agtnt.
" 'i NEW STORE. '
rilHE subscribers have opened a Boot, Shoe
JL and Leather Store, opposite the Temper
ance House, and one door east of the Exchange,
where they intend manufacturing, and keeping
constantly on hand, Boots and Shoes of every
description to suit the purchaser. ,1 .
Gaiter Boots, Ladies' Slippers, Men's Pumps,
coarse and fine Men's Bouts, Shoe, Findings,
toe. for manufacturers.
Also, an assortment of Children's Shoe,
Leather of ol! kinds at the lowest prices, and
a few bales of Cotton cloth, by the piece or
bale. All of which they will sell for . Cf sh,
Hides or Produce, as low as the business will
afford. . , CURTIS to KR1DLER. '
Perrysburg, Aug. SO. . . . 22tf .
BROWN and bleached Sheeting and Shirt
ing, from 8 to 5 centH, by ' '"4"
july 1. , , ... , T. W. CROWELL.
ceivod four case fashionable drab and
black Hats, Commercial Buildings. :
' ', E. FAIRMAN.
' Aug. 4, 1838. . . - - 18
-j f( bushels of
XvFvf received by
Timothy ' Seedy jnst
A. J., HACKLE Y. I
TEA KETTLES Sheet iron Tea Kittles,
a new article, for sale by
!; W. WISWELL&CO.
WARRANTEE ' DEEDS,' Mortgage
Deeds," with ageneral assortment of
Justices Blanks, for sale at this office. 1 ' -i
HOTEL TO LET. :i .1
TO RENT and immediate possession
111 given, the new and commodious Miami
JL HoTEk ' Situated in the lower ward ef
Mauinee City. This house is at the corner of
Detroit street and Michigan aenea.few
rods only from the main steamboat landing,
and close by the Ferry, at which the travel be
tween Michigan and the eastern states crosses
the Maumee river. ' 'j, ' , -
This Hotel is of three stories, with-basement
rooms, fronting eighty .feet 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.. 1' Several stetmboats
from Buffalo, and other lake ports.' every day
arrive at and depart from this point. For its
command of respectable business both ineuin
mer and Winter, there is probably no bote
better situated than this. . ',' .van
. To a good tenant who would furnish it res
pectably, it would be let for a term of Wars at
a moderate rent. In the same Building there
is a large and well finished store,. alsV to be
rented. It is one of the best situations for a
laree variety: store adapted to country trade
in this region. .)'' i- .' . j m-C-
Also to lot for the present season, or term of
yeari, a Warehouse and Wharf, near the JMV
ami Hotel. Apply to the subscriber hear the
premises. - ., , VrT. ,r J. W SCOTIV-
Maumee City; Aug. 4, 1838. ' 18L
T? X PR A Superfine London Cloths; Blue,
black, preen: rich silk velvets;, sirce. and
lback twilled camblet for gentlemens summer
wear. " Just received at No.' 1, Commercial
July 21.' 11 1 c v 16 1
6)rf Bushels of " dried Apples -and
jU3f bushels dried' Peaches, i on hand
for sale by.'.' t,..U It A.1 J. HACKLEY.
A tew barrels for sole." 1 Also,
XJ dried Apples, by'
V! Ai CARYJ
July Si. ,; -;- ,
JIAUMEEt CITY. EXPRESSU,;
IV.'.Typ, Dollars per, annum j to be paid :4 a
Vance ;, $s,oy t the expiration ol siaf.months,,
and 43,00 at the end of the vear. 1 ' "..
M ,,,To stibscribqrs whp; have . fjioir;, papers Jef)
at their pbrs, 4,50 jn advance 3,00, sit
ifjutiunB.;.o, ane.ena pi,.ip? ye"f
PlTRR.nv invvD.iciiin .
for .the. first tl re? in
square perann. f ill
sertions, and 25cents
nseiUonfi) ;toj n:;,
Advertisements not accompanied1 with Writ
ten directions, will be inserted until forbid and.
charged accordingly;' i Casual Advertisement
will not be inserted until paid foru .'l ,0 x-jlo
i. Katices by assooiatioDe, half, pricemid
Jmi tfOB PEINTING'."iomi e.orir
Or ever- description executed with ntat
nessand despatch at this 6ffiet. l ;aiI ,