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BTAtMEE CITY IIAT, CAP & FUR
jCCJCEK-is KANADY having removed to
X"'t)ieLr new, y tore on Erie street one door
WestoF.Uiei &14 Post Office, give notice that,
they buy just received an extensive and well
elected assortment of Hate and Caps of every
varietjt nd fashion, from 31 to 38, which they
fief for Cash-only, at price varying from one
hilling1 to eight dollars consisting of men's
. Clip BeaVer, Black and Drab Brush, Satin Bea-veii-xMack
and Drab Silk, Fur Wool and Chip
ant youths Satin Beaver. Black and Drab Silk,
Fuir and Wool and Chip Hats, mens' Cloth and
CadeL youth, and, Childrens' Cloth, Velvet
Pluhand Circassian Caps, all which they of
fer itNew-Vork retail prices, . . r
As' they intend hereafter to manufacture
Hats and Caps, they 1 would give notice to
Country Merchants and Dealers, that they are
prepared to supply at wholesale, Hats and Caps,
both of their own and Eastern manufacture, on
as rood terms aa can be boughtfthis side New-York.-:'
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, fcc. tic, which
will be sold extremely low for cash.
' Cash paid for shipping Furs. ,
Auguat 17, 1838.'. 20- '
WATER PRIVILEGE FOR SALE.
The subscribes 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 be 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 throe
miles there are inexhaustible beds of Iron ore
of the first quality, and the country being very
level presents no obstruction to the building
of a road in any direction with very little ex
penee. The ore lies in beds, near the top of
the ground, and has been judged to be of the
richness of sixty per cent, The subscriber will
give" great encouragement to any person or
portions who will undertake and carry on the
above business, and will take an interest in the
works, or sell the situation. This improve
ment is greatly needed .in this country, and
might be made immediately and immensely
profitable. "' ' : 'i"". ' ; ,' , ,
For further particulars, inquire of the sub
scriber, in Miami city.
V' .... . ... .DANIEL HUBBELL.
June 9th, 1838. ' V ' 10
T- HE firm of Freeman fc 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 be made to P. Nearing, who is duly au
thorised to collect the same. " ' '
-". P. NEARING.
The business heretofore carried on by Free
man fc Nearing, will be continued by the sub
scriber. ; . . J -P. NEARING.
Providence, Aug. 18. 21tf .
TO PRINTERS & MERCHANTS.
-rVRINTERS "and Merchanti can be up
JL' plied with paper of varioukind, on ap-
plication to balomh in, vu.
;: : Upper Toledo,
RA OS taken to exchange for paper.
Sept. 23. ; .' 25tf
." ' RARE chance for a bargain. The sub-
J. scribers,intendihg to make a change in
heir business, will sell their stock of Dry
Goods very cheap lor cash. Call and try,
?. BOYNTON fc GANNETT.
Jan. 27,1838. '
: BENNETT. & CAMPBELL,
Attorneys and Couhsellors at Law, No.
Law BuildjngB, Perrysburg.
Henry Bennett, t
Samuel B. Campbell. , 44tf
STONE WARE. v
-r t SUPERIOR assortment of StoneChurns,
V- Js Pt8 Juks Stove Tubes, and Milk
Pans, justreceived by ' 11 a
May 17w .BOYNTON fc GANNETT;
CARPENTER'S. TOOLS By tho set or
V single;, tor sale by : r ,. .v. a
June 8. 7 m ff. WISWELL St CO,
Ttr.ORE SHOES!! 2000 pairs Shoes, al
ltX kinds and sizes, received and for sale low
for cash, by -- - A. CAKY.
July21.V:;:;- J, .:16',
STOVESr, STOVES! ! Just received,
lot of Cooking and Parlor Stoves, by
july 2ft,W-- O. WILLIAMS fc CO.
X "UMBER. A quantity of pine Lumber
Ji for sale at' the Warehouse of - '
- ii- Nij: -3 J. WOLCOTT fcCp.
TEADY MADE CLOTHING, Satinetts,
JLt. Broadcloths, fcc, by ' '
july h.u . IV W. CROWELL.
MARENGO CASH STORE. 1, ;
THE subscriber is now receiving a variety
,,bf fancy and staple dry goods, all of which
re ottered at low prices lor cash.
-' .) JiVS B h
TfTARRANTEE , DEEDS, ;. Mortgage
TT- I Deeds, . with a general assortment of
Justices Blanks, for sale at this office. I 'u tu
BEANS! A few barrels for sale. . Also,
dried Apples, by , ..': A. CARY.-'
July iif r". k::t.i::;it- kMh
TjROWN and bleached Sheeting and Shirt-
ing, irotn I to o cents, Dy
juJy21."'V-' "'"'T. W; CROWELL.
Tt IQ.UORS. A (luantity of Liquors, eon
JLj, aistihg ' of Brandy, Rum, and Ginlor
sale unusually low for Gash, at the Warehouse
Ot i'mi,. .: a AMISS. WOLCOTT, Oi Co.
Maum, JMay 17, ISSftrSt j-i 1 59tf
17 ARMS TO, RENT.o-Seyerel fi rst rate
JL, jrarms lor eat, it applied -tor- soon-
lakewise a quantity of unimproved lands
" V ' 1 ' JOIIV V' HIIN'
Btanmee feityAfail Q, 1837 ,
TrjEATHERB and Trekihg and straw Ticks,
Ji by ii v G; & W. - RICHARDSON;
Pepper, spice, cassia raisins, figs, cocoa,
hecelate,: pipes, Tobacco,! Cigars Powder,
ihet, Wad soap, oil and candles, cod, fish, mack
erel ar.ilalmost' every 'article in the W, Ll
woods way, by . .
Ct. 13. , G. k W. RICHARDSON.
1 i i'Mi-',eMiTH' &'co. n wjf !
, Storage Forwarding and Commisritn
.! 'al Merchant, f.i, I, y, D;ntt .&
Tpv EALERS id Provisions, LumberandSaU.
JlJ The undersigned have taken the Ware
house, formerly occupied by Bingham (c Fu
rey , and have made such arrangements to tran
sact business in their line, as most rive satis
faction to those who mav .entrust them' Vith
. Ther are aerents for the Tollowine transpor
tation companies on the Erie and, Ohio canals,
and steamboats and vessels on the Lake, Viz:.
Wkstben Transportation Co. 1
i Wasminotoi LlrTBV . H t.' '1 - :; 'I . t;
Dbtroit Line.'. ' j n
Exphbss k Teleorafu LrNES, , ,
' ' 'On Ike Ohio Canal, onrf; 1
Tbot k Oswboo Link.' ' ' ' ",; 1
Some of the above Lines are deeply inter
ested in shioDinsr controlled at the Foot of the
Rapids, and running directly from Buffalo, and
intermediate ports to this point; thereby pre
senting greater facilities for the sure and
speed conveyance of Western Goods, than
any other Lines.
Goods have reached this port, transported by
the above named Lines, in eight duyi from
iMew-xom city. . . ...,').
i j.,; i.-i
' To Contracture J- Produce Dealert.
We shall keep constantly on hand all kinds
of Produce and Provisions. ' We have now in
Store and for sale, , '"
2'i0 bbls. superfine Flour,
Whiskey,' . .'
, 8 by 10 Ohio Glass,
" 10 by 12 ' "
' " 7 by 9 " "
Also, a constant supply of new butter in
Firkins, all of which will be sold as low, if
not lower, than can be had in the market for
Cash. SMITH CO.
Maumee City, July 21, 1838. '16
MAUMEE CITY HARDWARE
WIS WELL respectfully' inform the
inhabitants of this city end vicinity
that they have arrived from New York with,
and are now opening at the Commercial Build
ings, a large and general assortment of Hard-ware,hoUrjv;-u)are,
tin-ware and Cutlery. Their
stock, among other articles, consists of the
following uur, band, and hoop iron ; Jng
sh blister, American and cast Steel ; English,
Russia and American sheet Iron; trace, halter
and jack Chains; Blacksmiths' vices and anvils;
shovels and tongs; scales; ' Sad and Tailors'
irons; mill, cross-cut, slitting-wood, circular,
fret-hand, key-hole, back and compass Saws
patent and iron weights, sauce and frying pans,
tea-kettles, augurs, bellows, bellowa-pipe, cra
dle and grass scythes, sand paper, coffee mills,
crow-bars, hammers, bitts and stocks, wire,
brass kettles; escutcheon, Norfolk, knob, Ame
rican and brass Door-latches; sickles; dinner,
tea,and cow-bells, brushes, candlersticks, butts
and screws, combs, brads, -sparables, tacks,
wrought and cut Nails, Locks and bolts of all
kinds and sizes; (assets and molasses gates;
Carpenters' rules, squares, bevels, S-c, hat and
cloak pins; powder flasks, percussion locks,
pills and caps; compasses; tin trunks,; glass
lanthorns, astral and nurse lamps,; dust pansi
ever pointed pencil cases; razor strops; sugar
nippers, spirit levels, bed and clothes cords;
snuffers and trays, German silver and iron ta-
bleand tea-spoons; waiters; carriage wrench
es; steelyards, hoes, trowels, waffle-irons,
bench-screws, sheet lead, sheet-copper, cook
ing-stoves and furniture.
Cutlery Table and Carving Knives and
Forks,' steels, jack and pen knives of a superior
quality, broad axes, adze, planes ana irons:
drawing knives, fleams, scizzors, shears, and
superfine razors, be., together with many oth
er articles too numerous to mention. , The ar
tides have been selected with great care, and
can ba afforded cheap for cash, . The public
are respectfully invited to call and examine. 1
Maumee City, June 5, 1838. - - lotf -
ISAAC STETSONy Attorney and Coun
tellor at Law, will give, punctual attend-
ance to the duties of bis profession 1m Wood
county; and will also attend to the Courts in
the counties of Lucas. Williams. Henrv. and
Sandusky. Office in L&wuildings.No, 1,
rerrysourg, unto. ,, . ,1 . ,
inarch 25 ' ., , . , ': ".' i
t WASHINGTON HOUSE. ?
The subscriber' would' give notice, that he
has taken said house formerly , occupied
by J. W.' Converse, on Canal Street, where he
will at all times be ready to Wait upon those
who may piease lo give mm a can. .
. CHARLES D. FOSTER!
1 Mautnee City, June 29, 1939. .
BEDSTEADS by i :.!! ?:i' i;-
'" "'I G. &i W. RICHARDSON.
JUST received at the Miami Cash Store, 1
superior article of Shaker Brooms. bv
Aug.: 80i r 1 T. W. CROWELL;
JUST received 3000 yards and yard wide
Brown Shirtings and Sheetings from 8 to 15
cents. -Also, Domestic Flannels; Socks hoi
fcc. by . r vj T. W; CROWELL,
Aug. 30. lf.'i 2J
l.'V n 'J
READY MADE CLOTHING.-l.arge and
general assortment, superfine fine and
common for summer, fall and winter wear,Com-
merciai buildings.' ,-..! E, F AIRMAN:
; , Ug 4, 1838... ' ;;!.., I...., n-.-.v ..!,,.
nnHE subscribers have Opened a Boot; Shop
1 .jl- ana Aieamer otore, opposite the Temper
anc House, and one door east of the Exchaflge,
where they intend manufacturing ami kennintf
constantly on hand, Boots and Shoes of every'
,A .1 1 f
ucoui iiun .u duii .us purcuaser.
. Gaiter Boofs,LadiBs' Slippers, Men's Pumps,
coarse and fine Men's Boots; Shoe FindWa,
fcc. for manufaoturers' .';,"' 1 ' J .
, Also, an -assortments -uuuuren a aiioes,
leather of all kinds at the lowest prioeerand
few bales of Cotton -icloth,. by 4he piece or
bale.-JAIl of which 'they' will-sell for CFeh,
Hider orProduce, as low a the business -willr
j '" flTDTIO v ; TIJTT.T IPO ' T.
Perrysburg, Aug. 30"" ' 3'-i '-:-g2tf y
SALE. A font of -smalt- Plea 'of.
dSnn V torn fiiin.lvAJ nmnfl. huiul. nka
and cemplcte,-withltlieand cases, at this of
OTICE.-A II those- indebted to (he sub
scriber, either by Bond or Note, are w
quested to call and liquidate', or renew the
same f and all those having Book accounts un
settled, are requested to calL and adjust' the
same without dblav, and give their potee,
if they cannot tnake.it convenient. to pay. the
money, Those who disregard this call will
not be longer indulged.; ' .u ii ,v it-.o .a.::
Mautnee (iityj ApTil 8; 1837. 2tf
1 ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. 1
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
1 ...:t.: ..... I, J .
I C. CP. HUNT, Adm'r'.
Maumee Oct 19 ; ' r 20tf
THE subscriber has this jay purchased the
entire stock in trade, of C. D.- Woodruff,
consisting of Hardware,, Tin and Copper ware,
Stoves, &c. &ic: he has also purchased the
Tin and Copper Manufactory, and rented for a
term of years, the Shop end store ol C V,
Woodruff, where he will at all times be ready
te serve -the public, in his line, as cheap, for
cash, as any other establishment in this vicim
ty. .'i C. T. WOODRUFF,
Perrysburg, May 8, 1838. -; ; 16m6-i.!
LADIES HATS, PARASOLS fco-Just
received a fine assortment of elegant Tus
can Hate, from, 90 to $13, l'arasols, French
Muslin, Fruits, .Laces, together' with many
other beautiful articles for the ladies..' Com
mercial Buildings.- - 7 - E. FAIRMAN.
Aug.4, 1838.. '' ' ' 1 : "; ",' 18'
3l 12 kegs Lard," a. superior article, just re
ceived and for sale by L' , ' , A. CARY. ',
July 2U ' ;; ; ; " " 16
A CONSTANT ' supply of ' the genuine
Rowands Tonic Mixture, and Pills for
the cure of the Fever tt Ague, on hand and at
wholesale and retail, by ' ';'
july 28 O. WILLIAMS fc CO:"
T OW CROWN
Wide brim, old Faction,
I A smooth Castor Hats
an excellent article
intended for elderly men. 1 u ,
... ACKER fcKANADY.
Aug. 17,1839. .,:, 20,.
NOTICE is hereby given; that a petition
will be presented to the General Assem
bly of Ohio, at the next session, to be holdcn I
un uie nrst unnuay in Liecemoer, mas, ipray-
iug that a review of the decision of the Com
missioners appointed to fix on a place far the
seat of Justice of the county of Lucas, and to
have the Same established on a tract of land
owned by Marshal Key, near the centre of the
twelve mile Reservation, opposite Perrysburg,
in the county of Wood. ' Jl ' i
Maumee City, sept. 29. S6tf
INE Flour constantly on hand, by
BOOTS AND SHOES. )
A CARY, Front street, opposite the Jef
ferson House, has just received an ex
tensive assortment of Boots and Shoes, con
sitting in part as follows': ' " " "". ,
dUO pair thick boots, 100 calf do.,, 1 case
lined water-proof do., 2 cases boys' thick do.,
100 pair mens' thick brogans, 50 pair boya'
do., 600 pair womens' calf and grained leather
brogans, 100 pair, childrens' do., lease ladies'
gaiter boots, 1 case ladies' India rubber fur.
lined do., 1 case ladies' India rubber shoes, 1
case ladies' morocco walking shoes, 1 case la
dies' morocco fur-lined do. ,4 case ladies' slip
pers, 1 case ladies slippers. 1 case misses do.
. Also, a good assortment of English, French
and American Dry Goods, Groceries, Paints
and Oil, &e; pvm.i . ir.
A large lot of Feathers received on con
signment j The above goods will be soli very
low lor casn,
. December 8, 1937. ;", 3Gtf'r
WASHINGTON HOUSE TO LET.
'THIS House' is situated on Canal
street, near the centre of the city. Its
position on the banks of the river, gives
it a most conspicuous and pleasant appearance.
For location, and command of respectable and
profitable business, perhaps no' house in -the
western country is belter situated than this. .'
To a good tenant that will keep a respecta
ble house, the rent will be low. Apply to the
subscriber flear (he premises. ' ' ' T
, ;, . : - ' , ' HORACE WAITE.",
. Maumee City, Aug. 25, 1838. ,' . : 21tf ;
MAY it YOUNG Attornies and Coun
sellors at Law, Maumee eity, Lucas
county, uhio., , 7 jjvo. M. MA r.
; June 3, 1837' ,
"i .;:. JUSTUS' DWIGHT, ,.'' .'
'"'!1,',',,.PHTSICIAN"AtID:' SVROEON. '
Office Over Doan fcJJarPs Store, Wolcott et
WANTED old copper, brass, peuter and
lead in. Airckanire fur .r.nnnar. tin .ml
sheet iron wire.' " LATHAM T. TEW.
Maumee, Oct. 17,
wr) antf 1
iOARSE SHOES, at wholesale rIo' for
V- cash, at the! Marengo cash stdre. f'v
) lo 9- r- umi 'A; JVAJM .VUORST-'i
1 -July 6, 1838.
.ei'ji'i'.'h Iijij) mrij: ! 14tf
"tT7" ANTED in fexchange' br Goods, Pprk,
t T . butter, lard, oats, corn, beans, potatoes,!
taiiow kg. oy vi : .-i .;: Kir
nov. a.!!! A ALLEN b GIBBONS. '
-tOARSE ' BOOTS". A large assortment
J Tor- lb i f the case at the Marengo ceh
A, YAM VOOUSTr
July ffi' 1838
tnROOMS.-80 doz. Brooms, a iu nerinrar
J title, fiwfrthdsbuth.justrecetyed and for
sale by the ooren or single at - A. GARY'S
GtASXGiiASaldioOO ieet IWindow
Glaaa7 by t 8 by 10-i-9 by 1212 by
18. received n, for ald Very low by .
july 21 7 CARY
fi OB.N BROOMSw 40 d,ozen, just received
. V on eongignment, for sale chenp by the do-4
fcenorlnglc,by, i Ei' FAIRMANt f
JUly 21, - v'i v.iv; jj; s k 4.
DRUGS, MedicinerPaint end PyrStflii,
; n . .1 I . - HZJ . II .
1 i 1 . ..-!
cial BuiMing -FAlRMAN, Agent. '
I Jnlv VI 1A
' -.) u-- !! end v, i'1838:,; ttiii hoiv.
9,11 JAMES WOLCOTT & C0'7' :l:
! FORWABPIVO AND COMMISSION
- 1UERCH ANTS. - -(At
the Ware-houte formerly occupied ty)
, JFkiie KirtlaivL.t A i i
James Wolcott, I - u achei citt, obio.
.(J. Hacklcy, L;i .:., .;!!,.! ir.-i- f .i'i'
, James Howe. J.,,.,..; . , . oS
THE subscribers are agents for the fol
lowing Ljnes,;yizi ,t..,1.,i)!U
on tub Erik canal
Tub Nationai Line. -Agent, A W.
Johnson, lus, if road street, New York.
IBW 1'ORK AND UUfFALO, AND UTIOA AND
Buffalo Lines. Agents, Hubbard fc Ellis,
toot of iiroad street, JNew York.
Osweoo Line, (via Oswego and Welland
Canals, Agent, R. J. Van Dewater, 100,
Broad street, New York. - ' -
Lake and River Line, (via Oswego and
We'land Canals,) Agents, Isaac F. Smith,
JohnO. Dickey. 119 Broad street, New York
. The above are among the most efficient lines
engaged in Western transportation, and have
the best possible arrangements for forwarding
goods with safety and despatch. , ,
Merchant's 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 1 place, when they maKe
their purchases at New ork.
JAMES WOLCOTT, fc Cd.
Maumee City, April 28, 1838. 56
. :.' I-:!- MEDICINES. T , ". -::!..
mHE subscribers, living in the new build
X ing, between the Commercial buildings
and the Washington House, have tor sale, on
consignment, the following medicines, to wit;
H. Eastman's Pulmonary Balsam, for disea
ses of the Lungs and Breast. :' " '
It is a melancholy fact that Consumption
constitutes a large portion ot our bills of mor
talit v. and forms one of the most crowded av
enues to the tomb. The principal cause of the
mortality of this: formidable disease may be
attributed to the peculiar character ot its pri
mary symptoms. In its hrst stages, the pa
tient is seldom aware of the alarming disease
that is fastening upon him; consequently no
remedial aid is sought until it is too late. Its
premonitory symptoms appear trifling, hence
they are disregarded until in'their more full de
velopement the victim is alarmed, and strug
gles in vain to elude the fatal grasp, The first
symptoms that should be taken as a warning
are the following; viz: ' ' " ! "
A short dry cough without much expectora
tion, except a frothy mucus: an uneasiness
about the chest, or a sense of pain When lying
on the side; a pain under the breast bone; res
piration is oppressed by the least extra bodily
exertion, and particularly in warm rooms, or
in moist weather: mental excitement and de
jection, alternately; spitting of blood is also a
warning symptom of approaching Consump
tion. ' Colds frequently engender this disease;
the alarming symptom, in this case, is the con
tinuation of the cough accompanied with some
of the above symptoms, any of which may be
observed perhaps for months before the patient
will acknowledge that he is so ill as to require
attention. When indeed this is the most cri
tical period, and if relief is not soon found, the
cough increases and is more troublesome and
severe, particularly at night; the expectora
tion more copious, of a greenish color, some
times tinged with blood the laborious breath-,
ing and emaciation continue to increase; the
hectic flush is soon seen in the pale cheek ac
companied by night sweats, fcc; the closing
scone is too well known. ' - : ' ' '" :)
For this formidable disease the Pulmonary
Balsam is prepared and offered to the afflicted,
in connection with my Elixir, of Health and
Embrocation. The Balsam possesses the re
quisite properties for healing and restoring the
lungs to a healthful state, while the Elixir
tends to produce, invigorate and maintain a
healthy action in the whole cystem, purifying
the blood and preparing the system so that na
ture, by the aid of the Balsam and Embroca
tion, may carry on and effect the healing pro
cess. It is a well known fact that a wound,
sore or ulcer cannot easily . be healed or cured
without keeping the system in good order and
a healthfu) condition; hence the failure of all
cough medicine, for the cure of. the Consump
tion cough, this, cough being . only a symptom
of a, diseased state of the lungs, can only . be
permanently removed as they are restored to
a sound state, ' No one medicine can be relied
upon in. a diseased state of the lungs;' . but the
above medicines, viz. H. Eastman's Pulmonary
Balsam, Elixir. of Health and Embrocation have
succeeded even in the apparent last stages of
the Consumption,. , ,.,,,.,, .... .,.
' Prepared end sold by H. Eastiian',' Drug--grt,
Zaijesville, Ohio; where may be had in
addition, to a general assortment of Drugs fc
Medicines, the following valuable aud highly
important. Medicines, viz. Natures Assistant,
or the Female's Own Medicine, for obstruc
tion.' fccj Nerve Cordial, a valuable medi
cine for nervous debility, weakness, fcc; Spe
cific Embrocation,' for' sprains, Complaints,
Consumption, fcc.i 'i " 1 ' i - n .,.'"'
': J.' A.. PETERS & SON.L
' Nov. 8.'- d "i:: .;,:: " I v...; 31m8:u .
FOR twenty-five cents you can buy a bot
tle of Balsam of Hoarhound, which has
been entertained to have cured more diseases
of the lungs than allthe other patent medicines
now in asei t For sale by CI C. Bristol Bufhv
Jo, and;-WILLIAM8 &Co. Maumee citv.
: W are acquainted with thepreparation of,
c? : 11 - ' . , i i , . . ,
ouinjiirma, - maiuiiaciurea oy Kj. ji uristol,
and havingmade use of it more or less, in pur
practice, believe it to contain the active princi
ple of Sarsanarilla ' in - hichlv concentrated
form, and as a preparation, we esteem it as the
best we nave ever met with. ., i ni
i J. Trowbride, m. o'.l C. Chapin, k j.'!H'
Charles Wjnne, m d ... Moses Bristol, if D w
Josiah Barnes, tt d' J, E.; Marshall, m p
J. E. Hawley.M d A. S, Spragtie, n, b.
. A. Miller; ido. jr.F. L. Harris, m. d.!,
BufialorAug. IS. .-.
' j For'sale fp MerimeditybVOuWA JJi
1 June hi- Qj' WILLIAMS $' Co. g
BUSINESS tOTS TO r.KASF
FBI HE -subscriber for,thepnri08eofafrbrdinB
M. Con vein ifenee to men of business, -whn ni
desirous to settle irrthfs place7 oflgr for sale at
reasonable prices, or to.lease at moderate rents,
the following lots dpon the principalbusineee
19, 20, 21,;. north- side Broadway j ,78 Wp
side of Chnal street ; 130 Corner of William at,
4 in block 1, north side of SoDhia et: Alsn
largonumberoflotseiigibly situated for rear
dencesi:io linn yt jta iorjo ,a(H nmust
Farjafbi-matlon andierm apply to,f I .ash
-1. D. BEAUGRANDj MaumrfCity.
-H, J5ICKERHON I r" 3 -' Jj J,'
LA. XI, RAWSONj Ifr SmAX-
) :n::., ! 'I ZANBSVIIyLB, Sept. 25,' 1838.
t ' Messrs. O. Williams 4- Co."' im. ,u .w.fj'
: i . Gkbttemrn: Having sentydu a quariv
tity of my EL1XER OF HEALTH for aalej
and presuming that ite virtues are hot fully
known in your section i of conntry,. I have
deemed it proper to afford you the necessary
information. Thia is a medicine iof my own
advising', under a belief that medicine can on
ly by serviceable aa it assists the efforts of na
ture, whose efforts are. always exerted to rid
the system of whatever is injurious, and to
maintain a healthy action in those organs
which are the prime regulators of the. whole
system, and this she would always accomplish,
exeept overpowered by some deleterious agent
taken into the system. Ita action is upon the
stomach, liver, and digestive organs generally';
npon the proper elate and action of which, a
healthy condition of the system mainly de
pends.. In its operation it removes all obstruc
tions, carries off all morbid bile, and other vi
tiated matter, gives tone and energy to all the
digestive powers, and enables each to perform
its proper office; hence it must be perceived
that it is adapted te remove the great variety
of diseases which proceed from a derangement
of these organs. The following are some of
the symptoms and diseases incident to these
derangements, and for. which tho elixer has
proved most signally efficacious: Loss of appe
tite, debility, lassitude or sense of weariness,
nausea, oppression from food, flatulency, acid
stomach, cardialgy or heart burn, unpleasant
taste in the mouth, pains in the head, back,
side, shoulders or limbs, sick head ache, cos
tiveneBS or the reverse, dejection, melancholy,
disturbed sleep, cold hands and feet, billious ha
bit, night sweats, pale sallow countenance, dys
pepsia and liver complaints, fcc. It has pro
ved most signally efficacious in raising the sys
tem from the torpor and general prostration
which ague and fever, and other marsh
fevers so frequently produce. . For delicate fe
males and children, it is iucomparable. For
coughs originated in the sympathy of the
lungs, with a diseased stomach er liver, it has
been uniformly efficacious. .Many persons
supposed to have been in a decline or consump
tion, have been restored by its use, restoring
bloom to the pale and sickly cheek, and plump
ness to the meagre. ,
From the nature of its operation and effects,
it was supposed it might prove a preventive of
bilious and other fevers, and as such it has been
extensively used in some of our most sickly
sections with apparent success.. Thousands
of families have adopted it as their family me
dicine, and many consider it a Panacea. They
belicvo with me, that by a timely and proper
use of the Elixir, that healthful action of the
system will be kept up, which will effectually
repel all those deleterious agents which cause
fev3rs and many other diseases. I
Since visiting your place and becoming ac
quainted with the character ol its diseases, 1
am fully satisfied that my Elixer is admirably
adapted to their case, and by a timely use to
their prevention in some measure, and I shall
be much disappointed not to hear of such re
sults.. Of any bad effects I entertain no fears,
t is entirely botanical, and has been and may
bo taken in all aires and both sexes, in every
condition with the happiest results. For fur-
particulars and testimonials, see bill on the me
dicine. Hoping that it may prove among you
as great a blessing to the afflicted as it has in
other places. ; I am, Gentlemen, yours truly,
. ,., . H.. EASTMAN. .,
P. S. The public are cautioned against a
spurious article of this medicine which is in
circulation; the eenuine has my written sig
nature affixed to the directions
; . , H. EASTMAN, Proprietor.
The above medicine for sale by. Messrs. O.
Williams fc Co. and Doct. Conant,. Maumee
City; Peck fc Griswold, Perrysburg, and Mes
srs. Erastus Roys fc Co.-Toledo, j ,
j- Nov 17.,! . .; v ., earns
A BEAUTIFUL head of Hair is the grandest
' ornament belonging to the human frame.
HoW strangely the loss of it changes the
countenance, and prematurely brings on the
appearance of old age, which causes many to
lecoil at being uncovered, and sometimeseven
shun 'society to avoid the jests and sneers of
their acquaintance ; the remainder of their
lives is consequently spent in retirement. In
short, not even the loss of property fills the
generous thinking youth with that heavy sink
ing gloom as does the loss of his hair. To
avert all these unpleasant circumstances, OL
DRIGE'S BALM OF COLUMBIA stops the
hair from falling off on the first application, and
a few bottles restores it again. . It likewise
produces eyebrows and whiskers ; prevents
the hair from turning gray, makes it curl beau
tifully, and frees it from scurf. ' Numerous
certificates of the first respectability in eup
poit of the virtues ofOldrige'sBalm are shown
by the proprietors. '-'' "' '! ' 11 '
, -. 1 (J?" Road the following. Ja
ROBERT WHARTON, Esq., late Mayor
of Philadelphia, has certified, as may be seen
below, to the high character of the following
gentlemen V-''' ' i-" ;;V.
; The undersigned does hereby certify that
we have used the Balm of Columbia discov
ered by J. Oldridge, and have found it high
ly serviceable, not only as a preventive against
the falling offot hair, but also a certain resto
rative. WM. itiAiiiHix Hen., 1
" Methodist Minister, in St. George charge,
JUHJN fi 1JNUL,1, 531 Arch St.
' JOHN D. THOMAS, 'M.D. 163 Race St. ;
. JOHN 8. FUREY, 101 Spruce st. J '!
' HUGH McCURDY, 243 South 7th st. ' ':
J0HN1 GARD, Jr. 123 Arch st. '. : '' ' ;!
It wil certainly raise its virtues in the es-
timation of the public, when it is known that
three of the above signers are more than 50
years of age, and the others not less than 90.
lllll ... A.tJl..J
' .' , Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
- ' City of Philadelphia. ' ' C '"
j 1, ROBERT WHARTON, Mayor of said
eity of Philadelphia, do hereby certify that I
am well acquainted with J. P.lnslis, John S
Furey, and Hugh McCurdy, whose names are
sighed to the above certihcate, and they' are
gentlemen of character and respectability, and
ssiuch full credit should be given to the said
i.tifinta '' " 11 ' J . ......i.-v : . ..... -JJ..I.J 1.
1 . Id witness whereof, I have hereunto et my
hand, and caused the seal of the city 'to
Ui S. be affixed this sixth day of Decem-
.. , n 'l i.i-.ber, fcfc,' ! euoiti imn nii..,-.j-.-M . i
: : ROBERT WHARTON: Mayor. ;
CAUTION. Observe that each bottle of
the eenuine Balm has a SDlendid emrraved
wrapper, on which is represented the Falls of
Niagara, the agent's name; Sc. ws-'
To Editors, fce.M-AU eountry pspers who
willinsert theabove bnefe a week mo,"tB
and send one number to the agents, hU e
entitled to one dozen of Balm- ''l '
- Sold wholesale and reto.i w "va
t, r. ::iu. ..mim ftw" 'Aiiierk-! Fletcher
at.; hear MaldonLane, enedoor below Pearl .
Nw York: and by one or :mofe druggist1 In
-nearly ever. town In the Union." For iale ai
every Druggist store in this city. ssyi
, -illlll lSnii ()! u FIIlES:&C. UK .fl.iIJt'jIIKir) Ti(H)
HAEMORRHOIDS. No cure lie Vaf ii i
Price Jl. " Hay's Liniment.' Ne fictidit"
This extraordinary chemical composition,' the-T
result of science and the invention of a' ein
brated medical man, the introduction of which'
to thepublie was1nested 'With the solemnity
of a death-bed1 beeuest, has since grtitted',"'1
reputation unparalleled, fully austainine'th1"
Correctness orthe lamented Df, Gridley's last
confession, that' " he dared not die wrthdut "1
giving to poBterify the benefit of hiB knowledge 'J
on thie subject," and he therefore bequeathed.''''
to his friend and attendant, Solomon1' Hoys,'
the secret of hie discovery.'1 1 n! v u-1 - i ...iimjiM;-,
It is now used in the principal hospitals; and i'u
the private practice in our country!1 first and ;
most certainly for the cure of the Piles, and '''
lso so extensively and effectually as fa baffle "
aredulity, unless where its effects are witness-
d. Externally in the following complaints to
' For Dropsy Creating extraordinary eb-
sorption at once. ' -; ': . ' iiVM-m-crtiii;,-;
All Swellings Reducing them in a few '
hours. 1 , 11 i-i i W limit i:-)'.ifl
1 Rheumatism Acute or Chronio, giving 'i
quick ease, I' ''". '' t.:v.uii..iiii.'9iooii
: Sore Throat Bycancere, ulcers or colds. if
: Croujj, and Whooping CoMg:nJ-Externally i
and over the chest. . i - , . -urn mc; .,iuii
All Bruises, Sprains and Burns-Cwr'uag 'i
'in a few hours. iv.f'nt- in'iii t-.i.
; Sores and Ulcers Whether fresh Or long
standing, and fever sores. :i -j. :r -nrni i
Its operations upon -adults and children in
reducing rheumatic swellings, and loosening
coughs and tightness of the chest by relaxa-n
tion of the parts, has been surprising beyond
conception. The common remark of those who r
have used it in the Piles, is " It acta like a
charm." - i ':,.-.-. .
THE PILES The price $1 is refunded i.
to any person who will use a bottle of Hay's i 1
Liniment for. the Piles, and return the empty v.
bottle without being cured. .These are the'.l
positive orders of the proprietor to the Agents; h
and out of many thousands sold, not one has 7
been unsuccessful. - "' . :''''
' We might insert certificates to any length!?
but prefer that those who sell the article, if
should exhibit the original to purchasers!
CAUTION. None can be genine without a i
splendid engraved wrapper, on which is my
name, and also that ot the Agents. - " ;;n ,
, SOLOMON HAYS. .
! TO EDITORS, fcc All country pSpere r,
who will insert the, above 6 months, and send n
one number to the agents shall be entitled to 1 '
one dozen of the Liniment.
Sold wholesale and retail by COMSTOCK m
b Co., Sole Agents, 2 Fletcher street, near j
Maiden Lane, one door below Pearl it. New .
York, and by one druggist in every town in the ;-i
Union. ,- For sale at every Druggist store in-':
this city. . sept. 7. '-' v -'r . n, 23yl i-.
HEADACHE. ,.., ...
DR. E. SPOHN, a German physician of l
much note, having devoted his atten- ;
tion for some years to the cure and removal ' '
of the causes of NERVOUS AND SICK.iy
HEADACHE, has tho satisfaction to mako
known that he has a remedy which by remove -
ing the causes cures effectually ai.d permanent -ly
this distressing complaint. There are many .
families who have considered Sick HeadacheiT
a constitutional incurable family complaint.. Dr.' -S.
assures them that they are mistaken, -and "
laboring under distress which they . might not . (
only alleviate, but aciually eradicate by the 1 ;
use of this remedy.:, i . :. .r.i.-r-i! i!-.i-,1.
i It is the result of scientific research, and ii '
entirely of a different character from advertie-ii :
ed patent medicines, and is not unpleasant ; to H
the taste. . ... u . r-i,. -l ...viUr)
HEADACHE, SICKOR NERVOUS, - t ')
: ' ' The extraordinary reputation i that Dr.,j; i
Spohn's remedy for this distressing complaint
is every day gaining is certainly a matter, of .1;
much astonishment. That so much suffering . -should
have existed for ages without any dis- i
covery of an effectual preventative or cure, ie-.i
truly a subject of much regret, but Dr. S; noW
assures the public that such a remedy has been 1
invented as will convince the most credulous, 'i
The principles upon which it acta are simple -.:
and plain. It is an' admitted fact this com- -;
plaint, whether called Sick Houdache, or Ner
vous Headache arises primarily from thestom- i j
ach those who think they have the Nervous rrr
Headache may rest assured that this organ, :ii
the stomach, is the first cause, that the system n
has been vi tilted or debilitated, through the n,
stomach, and that only through the same than-.
nel must they expect a restoration of the na- i
tural and hoalthy functions of the system. ,
This object, Dr. Spohn's remedy is eminently
calculated to attain. The truth of this pOsi-. !
tion cannot be controverted, and the sooner j
sufferers with the headache become convinced
of it, the sooner will their sufferings end in io
restoration of health, Dr. Spohn pledges bis
professional reputation on this fact; . The rem- ,
edy may be had of apothecaries generally thro'-i
outthe U.S.. H'.": :.. ,:.-n,-.o'l-'vM'wMt
' COMSTOCK & Co;, wholesale druggists
neicner street, near Maieen Xiane, one doof io
below Pearl street, Nt Y., general agents for" if
America, ii! . J . : w. ,i:-..".t ot R-n-itpyii viln
i:.'i : ,i E. SPOHN, VLVm J-'
C7 For sale at every Druggists' inlhls tity.' 4
Maumee City, Sept. 5, 1838. 11 '1; ' 1 f3y6y,',
1 ' 1 - . ism
MICHIGAN WINDOW iGLASS.-Any
quantity, of all sizes, kept constantly on l
hand,: warranted, free from, breakage. For 'i
salelow, by ! 1 on I' l.oiici QJ BEACHwIoiy
Perrysburg, June 16: ; i lltf.-iaiir.-i
ROSE,. Horse, and PpffiU .pianketa. foi'."
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BLACK, White and Scarlet' Merino, '!
Shenille, Thibet, Raw,' Silk and: Shttliy '
Shawis, a beautiful assortment by " .'' , ""
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