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The way in which" this defalcation" wail so
long concealed, and Hift steps taiten 10 lnoemm
fy .the, United States, as far: M practicable,
against Joss, will also. be. .presented to jyou.
The ease is one which jmperitively. claims the
attention of Congress, find furnishes the strong
est motive. foe the 'establishment, of a more se
vere and secure: yateir. tor the, safekeeping
and disbursement or. tiq . puWia monoys than
any that has heretofore existe(lM1.,,, .;, ,,,
ItriseeaM propqr, at all eveqts,; .tfiat,, by ian,
any enactment, similar to that qt other coun-,
tries, , tm application of public, money by an
officerof Government, private ' usos,. should,
be made a felony, and visited with, severs and
ignominious punishment,,,, This is already, in
efffeot, the law in respect to the mint, and has
been productive of the most Jutary .results.,
Whatever system is adopted, such enactment
would .be- wise; as ! an independent-measure,
since muoh:of the public money .must, in their
collection and. ultimatei disbursement, pass
twice through the hands of . public officers, in
whatever manner they are intermediately, kept,,
1 he Government, it must, be admitted, has
been from its commencement comparatively
fortunate in tins respect. :) But the. appointing
power cannot always bo well advised in its se
lections, and the experience of every , country
has shown tbatipublic. officers :a(Q not at all
times proof against temptatiun. It is a- duty,
therefore,--which tlift Government owes, as well
to the inteicsts committed to its care as to the
officerB . themselves, to' provido .' every guard
against transgression of thistlmracter, that is
consistent with treason and humanity. Con
gross cannot be too jealous of the conduct of
those who are intrusted with the publio mon
ey, and I shall at all times be disposed to on
courage a watchful discharge of this duty. If
a more direct co-operation on the part of Con.
gresg, in the supervision of the conduct of the
officers intrustod with the custody and applica
tion of the publio money is deemed denirablo,
it will give me pleasure to assist in the esta
blishment of any judicious and constitutional
plan by which that object may be accomplished.
You will, in your wisdom, determine upon the
propriety of adopting such a plan, and upon
the measure necessary to its effectual execu
lion. ; When the late Bank of the United
States was incorporated, and made the deposi
tory of the public moneys, a right was reserved
to Congress to inspect at its pleasure, by , a
committee of that body, the books and the pro
ceedings ot the bank. In one ol the states
whose banking institutions aro ' supposed to
rank amongst the hrat in point ot stability,
they are subject to constant examination by
commissioners appointed for that purpose,and
much of the success of its banking system is at
tributed to this watchful supervision.: The
same Course has also, in view of its beneficial
operation, been adopted by an adjoining state,
mvoraniy Known tor me care it has always be
stowed upon whatever relates to its financial
concerns. I submit to your consideration
whether a committee of Congress might not
be profitably employed in inspecting, at siioh
intervals, as might bo deemed proper; the af-
tairs and accounts or olhcors intrusted with the
custody of the public moneys. The frequent
performance of this duty might be. made obli
gatory on the committee in rospect to: those
officers who have large sums in. their possess'
ion, and left discretionary in respect to others.
" They might report to the Executive such de
falcations aa were found to exist, with a view
to a prompt removal from officr unless the de
fault was satisfactory accounted, .for; and re
port, alBO, to Congress, at the commencement
of each session, the result of. their examina
tions and proceedings. It does appear to me
that, with a subjection of this class of public
officers to the general supervision of the Exe
cutive, to examinations by a committee of
Congress all periods ef which they should have
no previous notice, and to the prosecution and
punishment as for felony for a breach of trust,
the safe keeping of the public moneys, under the
system proposed, might be placed on a surer
foundation than it has ever occupied since the
establishment of the Government. ;. '.,
The Secretary of the Treasury will lay be
fore you additional information containing new
details on this interesting subject. , To these I
ask your early attentions! That it should have
given rise to great diversity of opinion cannot be
a subject of surprise. . Alter the collection and
custody of the public moneys had been for to
many years connected with, and made subsi
diary to the advancement of private interests,
a return to the simple and self-denying ordi
nance of the constitution could not but be diffi
cult. But time and free discussion eliciting the
sentiments ot the people, ana aided by that
conciliatory spirit which has ever characteri
zed their course ' on great emergeiiaiosy -were
relied upon for a satisfactory settlement of the
question. Already- has" this anticipation 'on
one important point at least --the impropriety
of diverting public money to private purposes
been fully realized.. There is no reason to
suppose that legislation upon that' branch of
the subject would now be embarrassed by a
difference of opinion, or fail to receive .the cor
dial support Of a larjj majority;of oar constitu
enta. ii The connection which formerly existed
between the government and bank was in re
ality injurious to both, as well as to the gener
al interests of the community at large. It ag
gravated the 'disaster of trade and the" de
rangements of commercial intercourse, and ad
ministered new excitement and additional
means to -wild, and reckless speculations, the
disappointments of which threw the .country
into convulsions of panic, and all but produced
violerfce and bloodshed. The impVudent ex
pansion of bank credits,, which 'was the natui
ral result of the command of the revenues ot
thestatd, furnished the "resources fdJ unbound
ed license in every species, of adventiifej sedu
ced industry' from its regular and salutary oc
cupations by, the. hope of abundance Without.
laDor, uu,uciaiivu.,i(fi) auviai, ilulv oy temp
ting all iradesiand. professions jqfo .thVvortejf
01 specuiaupu on remove contingencies.
the single object for which they were orlginaf ifar aewfir
, .....fiuwu n BAtcuu it iu uiuer carrica into enoct, ant IBB3 army has been ex
matters, is, on the contrary, not luufrequenlly I tensively and usefullyvemployed dutin the
'tooitroiiff .to-hH resisted. lTbn if!nr. in n. 7 ''T-' .'.in.
hcj direction.of public arTairB.rtftha community f j j , Concluded ,nexlmek. .... ni?rtt
inw aerimhlv and ininriAiialir ntYastA kv I r
f . ......i.-i. Z7.7 Z ,' . MlVMVtiimr vfMtV&f av
uiws, uiraot anui exclusive persona interest
m so important portion i.oftha legislation of i SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1838.
Congress,: that which .relate totheicastody -I ' : .... , -t
qf .the pubho.money.s.iiilljaws,;actiogl upon ii "" "'1',, " " "'. i '' , ',' ,
CECONB Mtm Batt in my qokntify;
kJ-ri dco,ilS.) ,'i.Td; ACKEB. t ICANA0T.)
READY" made clothing, stocks, 'collars k
for sale cheap. ,' ' ', ; ",r.. - ." ' 1
oec-;iO. . . ACKER ti KANADY.
"VTTRAPP1NG didbt It Twin. ft i. k.
1 f V dec. 6 , vCl,A.BKs& FARGO.
1J00TS and Shoes, prime articles,
" dec. 15.' '" ACKER b RAI
privatb interests cannot alwavs be avoided.thev . i 1 110 Srcat ,olks must nav9 g th'?
should be confined within. the narrowest limits, week to the exclusion of other matters; 'and1
and lefty wherever possible to the Legislatures after that, will come our turn again. Read the-
Itiojist toster an ilnrluence. necessarily selfish, : , Mr". Whittlesey has left'.the Cleveland Hur
ler ends lf71i0?llaimtta'''M aai ttoi'ind Mr. Harris is now sole
tor ends, rather than to objects that: advance - lr , , . ... .
public liberty, and promote the general good. , ef it,or-1 IlDrris. B!juch .qm", ydri.-
, The whale subject now rests with vou. and I ving. . ' . -r ' ' ,'.'.' ' , .i ,. , ,,.
cainiuiuui express a nope tnat. some dchnito i' : . o nu. Ti i , - iJ
measure will bo adopted at the present session. ' Cas". Pk. Thp Cleveland Herald
ItiWill. ,not I am sure, bo.' deemed out of n&s Boa '"to the system of cash payments.
place for me here to remark, that the declare- It is the wisest thing the) editor ever did ex
uon.my views in opposiucm to the policy o Uept of Copyfng froni our paper1, which
ernment funds, cannot IjastW bo constructed a ya are I,aPpy t?-!a7 he Pften .; f "Wf
iiiuicuuva or no8uucyr omciai or personal,; to j my mwu, ...t1 , 7
and in connection with this subject-opinions os tbb moR OBAfc-vapt. urw.
Which I have uniformly entertained, and on all .W. ia been discharged . the, U. S. Circuit
pruj-er uccusiuin espreuBuu. i nougii always vourt uavin aeiermineo. mat tnoy Jiad no jn
fJEA, coffee, sugar, molasses, pepper, gint
Bi, buireu, soap, inaacco tic.
idee. 15. . ACKEit fa. KANADY,:
THE indertigned are ihtill offorjp 'cheap
, leumiuuig.niumt 01 jury VJflpuS, ,a-
nione wnicn, are some aa pood, some aa non.
and some of the best in the city, ., , , , ,
use. 13. . ..,.., ACJilSK. K. KANAD.Y,,,
A buggy wagon, two single harnesses; sad
dles and bridles, for sale low. ' ;;' ,'"
dec, 15.. ,, ACKER KANADY.
opposed to their creation in the form of exelu
sive'privileges, and, as a state magistrate, aim
ing by appropriate Irgiflotion io secure the
community against the consequences of their
occasional mismanagement, 1 have yet ever
wished .to see tnem protected in- tho exercise
risdictionin cases of that nature1. - If the steam
boat laws of last winter had been in operation,
they would, we think, have decided differently,
We received the Governor's Message by the
of -rights conferred by lawj and have never Columbus Journal, and the President's by the
doubted their utility, when nronorlv iinsnatred. Statesman.''1 Thank Jrmt.'Wn.tmnMt. . . ''
I uiMinubiiiK tut? .fiiLoicoitf ui traMPi . nnn. : -
through that- channel, the other interests of t' 'The steamboat Constitution has been taken
the community.' iTo the ijetieral Government into the Service of the United Sttii
thev Diesent themselves merelv
tutions, havirtg no necessary cdnndcled with . The northern, line of stages, running from
its legislation or its administration! ' Like oth- Iwer Sandusky to Detroit, through this place,
er state establishmonts,: they n,ayl be Used or has been purchased by Messrs. Neil, Moore
nut, n .-wimuiyfciiiK buo Q(j.uiB vi lijb iTOvernmRnr . . i ... i
n..hlin nnlir ,l th ; - ana is now unaer ineir control.
, ...... VJ ... wlw guiut.ii niLcictta ui
the Uniop may seem to require. The only safe
or proper pnnci uio upon which their inter.
course with the government can be regulated,
is cnai wnicn regulates tnoir intercourse with
the private citiison the'- conferring of mutual
Denents. wiion the government can accom
plish a financial operation hotter with the aid
of the banks, than without, it should be at lib
erty to seek that aid as it would the services
of a privato banker, r or' other -capitalists or
agents, giving the preference to those 'who
will serve it on the host terms. Korean there
ever exist an interest in the officors olthe pen
rnl (irnvflrnmpiit . na Diifli inlnrtti m I.a... n
embarrass or Bnnov the Btate banks anv morn General Birge, the patriot commandant bf
than to occur the hostility of any olhor class Division, has escaped from the hands of the
of stale institutions or of private citizens. It civil authorities, and a reward of My dollan
h s.T-i, ' V . . S r SU1,ty 10 "ffed for his re-caption. He is said to be
those institutions can spring from tins source. ... .
or any opposition to their course of business, a travelling dentist, which is prohasiy mecause
except when they themselves depart from the of his defying tho British Government to its
oujects or their creation, and to usurp powers teeth. . --n
not conierreu upon tnem, or to subvert tho
There is nothing like method in doing busi
ness. The papers directed from the east to
this place, go to Toledo for distribution, and
then return to us by the samo road., , , , ,'
Bill Johnston is dead! Not He is indeed.
How did you hoarl I have'flt heard. , How do
you know then? Why he said he would never
be taken aline, arid I hear he has been taken;
of course he must be dead, tie is on the
horns of a dilemma at least.,
A CARY lias removed, from Front street
XX. to Broadway, corner ofConaut street,
where he has received' in addition to his for
merstock; a large assortment of Boots and
shoes of a superior quality. Also; a good as
sortment or ury woods, allot which will be
sold low for cash. ; v .,ii s ..
' Dec. 8 ' "i: .-.lie 'I-.. i '
zlflO ptt'r men th'ckboote, a superior ar
rt)J tide, made expresslv for this market.
just received, and fot sale low for cash, corner
oi uroaaway and Conant; streets. .-.' . -i-
dec. 15. A CARY.
TkOfs Plr womeng Krttin leather and calf
tvv Drogans, tor sale lower than at any
other establishment on the Maumee river, by
. dec. 15. , , , . : .,;A. CARY.
5 cases mens thick and coarse fine brogans,
manufactured in Maine, and for Bale low by
case gentlemen's sewed fine calf boots, la
. test New York style, by A. CARY. ,
2 'cases boys thick boots, also, -a few cases of
boys thick shoes, by . A. CARY.
QAApair childrens shoes of evorv kind
OU" ad variety, by A. CARY.
ff cases ladies kid slips, a very superior nrti-
J cie dec 15.
TT1RENCII kid slips; fur lined do.; fur lined
JL morocco shoes; gaiter boots and mocco-
stns, oy dec 15. A. CARY.
npTALF 'lon 'of Nuti,-Almond, Filbertv-
1J. Brazil b Madena, tor sale by
D.c. 8 is CLARK fc FARGO.
LEAD St Shot," fur sale by Vi
''dew '8 )m,..i, CLARK! fcARXJO.
STOJMEWarej.for saleby .,, v... ,, - ,.
,.dec 8 . ,.,.,,,.,, lj:iCLARK;fc( FAH(l(
SPERM CANDLES for sate by " " "
dec! 8 ' '' CLARK k FARClO.'
H AMBRICA!V HOUSE FOR REXT...'-::
TtllS new gud commodious, building is nenfr
completed, and will be Jeased for a term '
of years on advantageous terms. Tlje Amer
ican is one of the best locatiohs for a Hotel
the city,' being conveniefit to the bteamboat
landings, and about th centre of the city.- Ea-7
uire of '. ; --o. WILLIAMS & Col i
'pEAS by the', chest chest b ,4 I
Dec; j '.'"., "" r CLARK1 fc FARGO.
PATENT PAIL3, for sale by 7
dec. 8 CLARK & FARGO.
WINES, ' Maderia,' Tort, Champaign b
Muscat, for sale by .,
CLARK & FARGO.
NEW GOODS. The subscriber has just
received and opened a varietv of Fancv
and Dry Goods which they offer on moderate
wnna lorcasn. - '
' ' ' - G. II. N1TCHIE b CO.
dec. 8. , Brick Hotel
OLANKET3, Scarlet and Blue Indian, blue
" Mackinaw creen and horse . blankets, for
sale by u. . IN ITCH 1 b CO,
dec. o. '''' 'Brick Hotel,
MOUSLIN de Lane dressos. of different
styles a new and splendid article for sale
uy U. 11. JN1XC1I1E K CO.
dec. 8. ...:., Brick Hotel
TT' 001 1NGS, fideinffs Sllnsertinjs, a splen
X did assortment just received and for sale by
Ij. 11. KlTUHlJi & CU.
dec. 8. Brick Hotel
AUZE Veils, just received and for sale by
VJi ii. H. W1TC111K & CO.
dec. 8. t (fBrick Hotel
TJERFUMING Pomatum, Bears, Antique
X and Macassar Uil and lavandcr waters.
by. . . , ,
dec. 8. - , .
fancy soap for shaving, for sale
U.H. fUTCHIK &.CO.
piOTTON Batting; wadding, wicking, for
'-'sale by tf. H. JN1TCHIJS & CO.
dec. 8. i , linck Hotel,
stdndard Of value established by the constitu
tion. ' While opposition to their regular opera
tions cannot exist in this quarter, resistance to
any attempt to maKe the government depen
dant upon them for the successful adminiatra-
Fihe in Boffaio. The block of buildings
on Main street, Buffalo r in which was the of
fice of the Daily Star, wss destroyed by fire
on the evening of the 6th inst. The Star of-
tion of public off iirs, is a matter of duty as I hce and materials were consumed, loss $1,0C0
truBtit ever will bo of Inclination. 'no-matter insurance $3,000. : Total loss by the fire, $20
nun, nnai uiuviva ur uuimiueraiioii me auempi nnA
may originate. . ' '.' :i ,
It is no more than just to the banks to sav. Fian iw Pehrtbi)ho A fir limlca out. in
1 17, TJLZr; Prysburg on Saturday night last, in a build
their paper issues, when annnrentlv sustained ,DS occupied as a dwelling and milliner's shop,
in a suspension bf specie- payments by public and consumed that together with the store of
opinion, even though m some cases-invited by G. Beach,' and the office of I. Stetson Esq,
rATJr:"" "nr1 Total . Mr. Beach's
Government, acting in obedience to the consti- '"ss -18 . abou' 2,000,. in store and goods,
tution and laws of the United, States, to the There was no insurance .on any of the pro
introduction of an irredeemable, paper medium, perty. 1 i:
may ue aurmuieo, in a creat aerree. the SDee-
uy restoration oi our currency to a sound state.
ano,r,ne ousiness ot tlie country to 'ts wonted
prosperity. ,j lie banks have but to continue
in the samo safe course, and bo content in their
appropriate sphere, to., avoid all interference
from the General Government, and to derive
from it all the protection and benefits which it
bestows on other amto establishments, on the
Deo old bf the states, and oh thn stntpa flipm.
selves. . ,tn this, fheir true position, they can-
The same' wide-spreadinir'influence imped- ved from monopolies, in tho, fabrication m.
ed also the resources of the government," cur-Tsale of this articte,;. yet, ,'as these': monopolie
tailed its Uefu 6ficra,tipns,- tanbarras'sed the
. fulfillment of its obligations, and seriously in
terfered with the, execution of,the,laws. Large
"iDropriations and oppressive taxes are the
) 5lj 'they 'increase' the profits of those who
i are allowed to use the public funds,' and make
i it their' Jhtorest that' money should be accumu1
' lated !ind expenditure multiplied.; .It is thus
that a concentrated money power is tempted'
to become an active agent in political affairs,
and all past experience has 'shown' on which
eide that influence will be arrayed.'! We de
ceivourseTVe if we'sirpBose-that it Will ever
be found asserting and supporting the rights of
iiio.cuiuuiuiiii. ,1iBifioi,u vjjjjoBiuon to me
claims of the few. i .ttmn--.
aeteristic should be a diffusion and equalization
nfita benefits and hardens, the ad vantage of in
dividuals will be augmented at this expense of
j-Lw '-..(- il U..: lt ,L
ine mass -ox iua pmipw. w ii. wiu imtur.
of combination for (the acquisition of-tegis-
lativaMP9neto confine (heir interference t?
. I . v DIED,
In this city:' on Sunday afternoon last, Mr,
Dvio Coles aged is 'years.' ' Ho has left a
large family to mourn his loss.'1 '' ' . '. 1 "
At Napoleon, Henry county, on the 4th inst.
Mrs. Sarah Eliza, wife of Dr. II. Howey,
and daughter of If. Leonard Esq. bf Napole
on, aged 23 years and 8 months, ' also on 'the
succeeding day, her'intant, aged a lew hours.
... l, .... i ' -(; i " , ' , ' . . oue nas gone, win e me eann Bi 1 looaeu
not but secure the confidence and erood will of It. i. jj -. i u' I -. . , -
the peopleand the Government: vvhichtle V4 J."SJlTore
mi, i.;,i ; ln..',i,i.' i. r . i . , bo uau bloicii w o oom iroin i:er c eca, or
ut pii. -ii w""",kUD lcsln husband, her agtid parents, and a large arc e
SoT $;Z "ovlr nheo
qpR " u t- i U( UUC W I1U utf qu WcllUlIU .Ej(J JUSLlj clJUcarUU
, n.ip:kvn.fn tAoL ti V" ' V'l tothein. ' It is hbnorable ind not 'without a
melanclioly pleasure tamourn th.do.th of one
tkrinnii,. ;Xi;i.. i." i ' . t. . w-noso memory Bneas a perrume on ine pasi,
Z Stn Jl " W1. ? and whose amiable qualities live in the recol
non ,h ?:iS 7 ? Prono.u.nce ",th Bafety lection of 111 who knew her.' She sleeps, and
upon the efficacy of its nrovisions to carrv out .l, .i.. ..j v.. o., u. 1 '
1 tha t ro.nl I i l ? TT '.by 1,er, not'to awake till the dkwn of
in hat rospect. ,7 here ..is, however, the best the resurrection ; " ""
reason to anticipate favorable results from its e restriction. , , . .,. . ,
ujjoiuuon. j. no ..recoinroendations. formerly
submitted to y p'l, in respect to a graduation of
ACKER &. KANADY,
the price of public lands, remain, to bo.finallv UAVE received their Fall,,;-, Win' er : and
acted upon. Having found no reason to change J. J. Spring supplies of Vobdsi and are offer-
the views then expressed, your attention t(
them is oeain.respectfiillv rHnnntnd..
r! Every proper exertipn bie.bepn ,m'a(le,r arid ale and retail;,
will be continued; to carry iit the Vishea jof ''.'"J "
Congress in. relation to tlie tobaccoi trade, as S L '
iJi.tJ :'ik'.... i J '., the hist wat.
iimiwcu in eovuru resuiuiions ; 01 tile
House of Represen tatives and 1,'egislation of the
iwy urjinciies. ; A iavnranie impression has,, 1
...' :.. .1.- .r.a .': "...
1.1 uat, ,v
recieu, onu aimeucn we cannot, none tor an MmxITTPiA o,. .,i i,,o,
early .change in,., their policy as iu many of M Vfdec. 16V ,.: ACKER & KANADY1. '
northern, and otte tail caps of
' the hist water..-. t-.S i.'i.,'Mt ' .,:
dec;!. h.Z .') ACKER U KANADY,
uen rnade in tlm 'dXontSn S;iOUTK Se,.fin& and common. teal caps. v
Tfcjcftjlte ! v,1 ACKER. to KANADY.-,
them a Convenient aiid , large, revenue is deri-
d ELeTTE' and worsted cans. ;divers kinds
es v andco ors. . ACKER & KAN AD X.
are eBtabTiehed: an'd'tltA 'ravani ,a .iorivo frnm TTAIR sclil capgi got up ta-tirst style, and
them may, Jb;, Jess jnjurjously arid with 'equal t-"- Hcorte of mens and boys caps, from four
to twerva shillinrs. .1- a ir,viw.:l! .1
deci 13., 37-H ACltKK 6f KAKAll.
RROADCLOTH, velvet, mens and boys
. J K . iMTD .i. irivinv .
- ,rrrQl, -, . t (.yAii
I STRAK,ii Rtissia; lambgenetti nutr ja
xH,an,a, uiU8Krat cwaK ana coat collars; 1 1
! dec,,IS..1!,(,ish,lACKERi to KANADY.
facihty pbtoined from another and a iberal svs-
tern ,of admin.istratipnj, we cannoJ(' douht ,that
our efforts will be eventually' crowned with
success, if persisted ui with temoerate 'firm'.
ness, a,nd. sustained jj j prudent legislation.'
' T 1 . J! . -i ' i
in racoinuituuing io vongress me aaoption.
ot tne necessary provisions at this) session for
taking thei.tiext oerisusj pr enumeration of the
inhabitants, of the United .States, the imrri.
tion, presents itself whether tbe.-vpM:.or,(hanV!M?,il1i ?t-it;Ma geneU sains, . , '.'
measures! nugiii not. be aetuUy .extended ;,by. r1-'-,, ; ne,Cl ..... AV.r-.H, u&An.ux .,,
turns of the great interests specially -intrusted
to, or necessarily affected by Ahft, legislation, of
Congress kv.k 'niit ,-,1 laJomn mo Ic !,
' ! The accomoanvins reoort of the Scorotarv
of ; War: presents as satitfaciory an account of
tne state of thearuiy andf the several-branches
of the public service confided to . the super-
intndenc of that officer. j i,i . ,)- ,v v... "1TUiiKRAT coney, wool and round crown-
WhA iei(:t.ojgtnnf;. mii-l 111 ed Hat;t ACKER; to KANADY
1UFPALO robes, north -arid 'south-west,
prime and chlfj from 9W to ll,00.
' ; defli' !Sj t ' 101 ACKER - to" KANADY. "
1" . -' ii i i i 'lis i --.: .i ;. H. ,J(f
FJRUSH, cilb satin beaver, clip beaver, and
nutria Hats, of the first style and quality;
dec. lOol v ijiACJUait ic KANADY. 1
if ,u ' ir . ' i- "ii ,d i
GENTLEMEN'S dancing pumps, a prime
article of superior workmanship, by
.dee. 15. A. CARY."
X blacking; Norcross's paste and sponge
do.; shoe brushes, shoe thread, boot lacing,
boot cord and webbing, by - A. CARY.
13 ROWN and bleached sheeting aud shirt
ing, wicking and batting, by ,
dec. 15, A. CARY. ;
I? KOALCLuTlIi.casbiiiieies aud satinetts,
a good assortment, by ; . ' A. CARY.
COTTON and woolen yarn, woolen socks,
J low for cash, by ... A, CARY.
'IVAYLOR CLAUK'S and Chodpes spool
thread; a good assortment of linen do. by
dec. IJ A. CARY.
GERMAN silver, tea to table spoons to pen
cil cases, good to cheap substitute for
6ilver, tor sale by.
G. II. NITCH1E to CO,
1 dec. 8. ''' ' 1 Brick Hotel,
CUTLERY, Table to pocket knives, Razors
to scisssors a splendid assortment for sale
by' :r; ! U. H. jMTCHIK K CU.
dec. 8. : . Brick Hotel.
TEA Bolls, for sale by.
. : .., ; G. H. NITCHIE to CO.
dec. 8 . Brick Hotel
rTEA, Young Hyson from four and six pence
.1. to six shillings, lor f a e by.
G. H. NITCHIE to CO.
dec. 8 Brick Hotel,
COFFEE Rio & Java, for sale by
G. H. NITCHIE & CO.
dec. 8. Brick Hotel
TR. Bnjimin Brandreth's vegetable uni
3J versal Pills, the real genuine article, for
sale corner ot Broadway and Conant streets,
whero t ceitihcate-ot agency may be seen.
. dec. 15. A. CARY.
COAP 30 bbls. soft soap, on hand and for
aaleby deo- 15. Ill A WHITE.
SAVE YOUR ASHES. .
TUIE jfubscriber will pay one shilling per
buslel in goods, for good house ashes, de
livered it his ashery in Maumee, during the
winter, v decj 15. ; 37 IRA WHITE. ,
FOUffP. On the road up-the Maumeo ri
ver! between Napoleon and Florida, on
Friday.ltho 7th instrt a. calf-skin wallet,j:on-
taining papers and. money. The name upon
the papers appears to be A. G. Bradford.., The
owner can havo a, description of the property
found by applying to the subscriber, and will
find it at the store of B. B. Abel I, at Indepen
dence.,,; .dec. 15. . HENRY. REED Jr.
NOTICE is hereby given that a writ of aU
taclnnent was this day issued by David
Smith a Justice of the Peace, 'of Waterville
township, , Lucas county, Ohio, ' against the
goods, chattels, fightp, credits, moneys and ef
fects of Daniel Campbell an absconding debt
or. . , -SALMON .CROSS., ,
i December 7, 1838., if. , ,.T i..37t3 -
NOTICE, is hereby given to alt persons in
. terested that at my instance a writ of at
tachment was this day issued by Peter Tittle a
Justice of the Peace of, Richland township, in
the county of.Uenry, against, the eoods, chat
tels. ngnis,creaiie, moneys anu fuecis oi junn
tuciiure an aosconuing ocoior.
Nov.24, 1838..,-,! .,...., hi,, 37t4 .-.
mHE co-partnership heretofore existing-be-
X tween the subscribers is this day dissolved
by mutual consent.: All persons indebted to
the firm are required to make immediate pay
ment to W. Pray, who is duly authorised to
settle the 6ame. W. PRAY,
! Waterville, Nov. 29, 1838. 36t3
' N. B. The subscriber has on hand a quan
tity of old notes and accounts, which he is ve
ry anxious to exchange for other-paper-
TAVERN AT MONCLO VA.
THE subscriber has opened the Monclova
House at Monclova, and is now ready for
the reception of company, with good accom
modations for man and beast. I will -apply
for a tavern licence at the April term of the
court for Lucas county. . i
' WATERMAN JOHNSON.'
.Monclova,' Deck' l,183(V"i. ... S0t4
, . CLARK & FARGQ, I ,. '
Wholetalt. Grocers $ Commiitiqu Merchant,
Commercial Buildingt. .. .
HAVE, just received and offer for sale, a
general assortment' cfS Groceries and
Provisions, and solicit the patronage of coun
try merchants and dealer. They .frill also
sell at retail to accommodate purchasers,
jviaumee t;ity, feet. v
A REAL BARGAIN 11!
HE subscriber offers fur sale the following
valiiflhld landed and ' hvdranlic nroDertv
viz: sou acres ot land Bituatea on iireen irecK
in tho township of York, Lucas County. Ohio,
n the midst of which is an excellent site for
hydraulic power with ' a head of 15 feet, at
which point crosses three public roads viz.
a state road running from Maumeo City into
the state of Indiana, a county road trom rrov
idence to Adrian, a ridge road from Detroit to.
Fort Defiance. . In. short, the natural advan
tages of said point, must be acknotvledged. not
to be exceeded by any in the Maumee valley
as regards a centra of business toe-situated
as it is in the midst of a rich, productive, and
rapidly growing country, acknowledged by all
to be far the best part of said county. A town
plat on tho premises at the above point is
contemplated on a ridge descending gradually
1 towards the stream, wrth several excellent
springs of water in the same. To suit the pur
chaser he will sell the above, water privilege
only, or with any quantity ef land from 100 to
600 acres. . Terms of payment made easy. , v
: For further information enquire- of the sub
scriber on the; premises, , n .. t -
.-, : B. G. LEWIS.,
- Dec. 8, 18S8. ii-ii ..' ! SOinO .
LOUR, for sale by vd . w,
dec. S.I s CLARK to 'ARGO..
UGAR to MOLASSES for sale at whole
sale by , dec CLARK, to FARGO. V
SOAP to CANDLES for sale at wholesale
by . dec a C LARK-FARGO. ...
COD FISH and Mackerel, for sale at whole
sale by, dot 8 , CLARK 4f FARGO.
TAR,' Rosin and Pitch, for sale by "
dec s . CLARK to FARGO,
TEA to COF FEE, af wholesale, by ! K
dec 8 d j ;i CLARK to FARGO, i .
kORK and Butter, for sale bv -
jv dec- 8 uv .no-.-. CLARK to PARGO.fi
LEATHER, 8ol Upper to Calf .skins for
sale at wholesale bv ',. ., .
Dec. 8 CLARK & FAR.60.
VSTARD te Pepper Sauce for sale by
aec. 8 UjAIUV. tr AK.UU.
t-rw T kt 7 D I Kir . . .
' 'y on hand ani fosale by , ot niliida
nov 1:7... 33 u ,0.. WlLUAMS to COi ,.;') .
CULLING cheap for .Cash, only, Fall ano "",1
kj y imer uooas, a generat aasortmenu iuat i
j j r , i
lovfivcw suiu lor-.aue oy .i-, , -, ,.i .
npy'7t ,t .33 . O. WILLIAMS Jo CO..
LEATHER. Sold and; upper leather, a 1
ffood krtiole tat'tklk h"'' - '" . - ''
Xli eood hrticlei for sale bv'-'
nov. 17. ', S3 O. WILLIAMS & CO.
-'.-STRAYEDj "'.'.;'.". -:l!:r,',-
ON or about the twenty-first of October,
from tho recklence of the auhsoriber .
mile south of the Fulton line on Bean Creek,
m Lucas county, three red and white sootted
cows, one white steer and a red heifer., Thsi
largest of the cows ha a bell on, and is bald
faced. All these cattle are alit in the right ear,
with the exception of one eow, and she baa
no 'ong hair on her tail. Any period finding
and returning the aama shall K pmnl..i
ded. . JOHN Hf)IISER ;
nov. 17. , 33t3
MOLASSES, sugar, tea and cbflee, fbrsah
by nov 17 O.. WILLIAMS to Cof f
HOLLOW WARE toe, stove pipe,.heek
iron, for sale by
nv. 17. 33 O. WILLIAMS to CW .
NOTICE is hereby given that the books fot .
the subscription of the canital stork af- '
the Maumee City Insurance Company, undee "
its first organization, will be re-opened at the-. '
office of Doct. O. White, on the first day off ",.
December next, and remain open until th '
whole amount of stock is subscribed.'
t OSCAR WHITE, Secretary. -nov.
14. -r 83tf ...
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Please to take notice, that inv nnt.Ad op .
other evidences of debt, siirned with our namea
either as a firm, or individually, by J..W. Con
verse, will not be paid by us, nor shall we re
cognise any such oblirations as binding, unon '
us after the date ef this notice. . .
SAMUEL ACKER, .
WILL JAM, S. KANADY'..
of the firm of Acker and Kanadyi
oct. 30, 1838. r' , - 33mS.
ttABLLS. best quality Green Applosiust ,
""ree'd. and for salo hw SMITH X rX
ov. 10. ,; , 32
NEW STORE, '
THE subscribers have opened a new store
under the Brick Hotel, whe-e thev ofror -
for sale a splendid assortment of Goods, con
sisting of a general assortment of Groceries.
Broadcloths; satinetts, jeans, corduroys, fus
tians, vestings, merinos, calicoes, ginghams,,
linens, muslins, neck and pocket handkerchiefs "
Rob Roy, plaid, merino. Thibet and cotton.
Shawls; Insertinirs, edtrinrs. lace; an assort.
ment of ladies and ffentlemens Gloves: hat
and cap ribbons; belts; artificial Sowers; fan- i
cy soap; perfumery; fancy goods; crockery
ow., nuu in constantly receiving additions di
rect fromNew York, cheap for cash, by
Maumee City, Nov. 3,1838. . .. Sltf .
BRANDY, Rum and Gin, by the pipe, bar-,
rel or gallon, for sale by ;A
e)f quarter casks Wines, assorted; tquar ;)
v ter casks superior old Port, for sale by
ALLEN to GIBBONS.
WHITE FISH, Trout, Mackerel, Codfish,
and Ilerrim?, bv the barrel, hnr
for sale by ALLEN to GIBBONS-.
JNov. 3. i, -.''
3000 po.und,s Hambu''? Cheese, just re.
Nov-3-' ALLEN to 'GIBBONS'. " ;
200 bu8hels White Beans, for sale b . .n.T
w V " nrttf. S .1 ATI l?1VT .Tnr'. . .
nov. 3. ALLEN to GIBBONS.
BUTTER and Lard by the barrel or firkin,
for sale by ALLEN to GIBBONS..
JNov. 3.- .-. -'jjj h J
A FEW casks of superior rice, for sole by
nov. 3. ALLEN to GIBBONS:
ST. CROIX Sugar,' lump and loaCsugar--1
and mo!a6sesr for sale by " ' , :
nov.u. ALJjEiN b GIBBONS. -
1VTOTICE is hereby ariven thafrMarv John. .
11 son, and Almon G. Johnson, administra.
tors of the estate of Jeremiah Johnson, deeea- -sed,
did on the 25th day of October, IS3f, filo
in tho office of the clerk of the court bf com.- 1
mon pleas, of Lucas county, Ohio, their c'
counts current, and vouchers for final settle- -
ment ot said estate. ' .-.....
' JAMES MYERS OerkirV
Clerk's Offico, Toledo, Oct. 29, 1838. 35t4
FRESH ARRIVAL. r ;
JUST received at the Miami Cash Store, a
good assortment of Fancy and Staple. Dry
Goods, such as French, German and English
merinos; French English and American prints,
broad -cloth, entinotty flannels, blankets, camb
ists, woolen yarn and socks; hosiery; gloves,
mittens, clothing, fuccaps, ladies fine kid and
goat skin slips and walking shoes; coarse boots
and brogans, and. almost every article usually
kept in Dry Goods Stores, at as low prices as
can be sold, at any other establishment on the
river, by .((, j, J.,VVf . VUUWCUjU
TVTOi ICE is hereby eiven that a writ of at-
ll tachment has this day been issued by Hi
Conant, a Justice of the Peace of Way nesfield
township, Lucas county, Ohio) againat th,?'
goods, chattels, rights, credits; monies and ef-.
fects of Lyman Smith, an absent debtor.-"''..' -,
BENJAMIN D. COFFIN" -
Nov. 8, 1898. J -8jto f
i ,.-ii t.i
QPELL1NG BOOKS, blank, books; paper
Xj by the Team, qiiitle, toe; bv -dcc.l.
. . T. W. CROWKLL.
Tl TEN'S coarse boots,
flTi workmsnship. for sale from
3,50 by) dec. .1.1! u
large lot of superior
trom . v-v o
T.i VV, CROWELL..
&i bbls. best rectified Whiskey.
I Corned Beet
Just received by ", ',',
- SMITH to Co.
ITTOOD Mearoree for sale by ,
.4. & m HfiLAW to FARGOu i
-t f doa. Ames iNo, X Shovels, just received
0,1. u SPSNCKR &. M.OORfi., i
inRAM STEELE'S ESTATE;
OTlCE. All persons indebted to the ea.
tate of Hiram Steele, later of Maumeo Ci. ; :
ty, Lucas county, Ohio, deceased, are required ,
to make immediate payment, and all persona -having
.claims against said estate, are hereby jf
required te exhibit their accounts, legally pro- I.
ven, within ens year, for settlement, t n ,jj bi ' a
, i HIRAM K. STEELE. Jldm'r
, . Dated Nov. 13, 1838. -t ,;i v tl: 34w4 -s't
v..-, FRESH ARRIVAL,1 '' '' ' 1
C- AV" WILLIAMS, has just received, ani ,
has for sale at retail, tea. coffee.
mola,3ses, raisins, liorrinar. allsnir.
soap, candles, lamp oil.' seearsi beDnoriir
chocolate, tobacco, and a general; assort ment x
6f liquors, and.otheartiolea usually kept Wj
Groceries. ' ..." . ,, V
Nof 9.l . z , sufi:- ;
fi'rfcbbls, Flour, also 100 pairs thick boot.;j
J J an4: brogans, manufactured by fhefHeWt-;;
. vd Sltf t'.. t,' .
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