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CHEAP CASH STORE.,,
THE subscriber lias received large stock
made clothings china, crockery :'id glassware.
The stock embraces a large aasor.tnicut pt -cx-;
tra superfine, Cue. and common rcloth. casm
meres, - heavy woolena: -and. satineUs,-! r all
colora and qualities; rich quilted 8'k aud oth
er vesting; silk and tabby velvets; plain and
figured merinoeaj Circassians; French bomba
sine; challeys; mouslm da laino, a beautiful
and fashionable article for ladies dresses; rich
silli and other dress handkerchiofs; capes, col-
lurn. pufTfl. lnopa. wrnnartit inserting belts, rib-.
' bons, fur capes, shawls flue assortment; Frenclu
. English and American prima: "U""' "
. qualities and colors; extra fine and common
linen cambric; . pocket; handkerchiefs; satin
damask mantill,' together With many, other
' new and beautiful articles for the ladies. I)o
. mestic sheeting, shirting, drill, checks, ticks,
keraeys, yarn, wick., wadding.battiiigi fustians,
. beulaps,,. and a -largo assortment ,of tailors
trimmings; .Teady made clothing ; ; fine. ; and
" common coats; over coats; cloaks, vests, pan
taloons, jackets &c cheup.' China, .crockery
and glass ware..-, Books, and stationary; sah
bath school books, and tracts, in large, and
mall quantities.- - -- -E. FAIRM N,
nov. 17. ' '8d 'v' Commercial Buildings.' ,
NEW ESTABLISHMENT. .
COPPER SMITH Tin plate and Sheet
Iron. Worker. 1 Latham- T. Tew, would
' inform the inhabitants ofMaumee and Vioinity,
that ha has taken a shop overHackley ,fc Wol
eotts store, where he will manufacture to or
der all kinds of Copper Tin and Sheet Iron
ware, Nuchas Stills k Worms.-Hatters ket
tles, Wash kettles ,Glne kettles, Wash hand ba
aons, Steam pipes tic, and will-keep constant
ly on hand a general assortment ol'Tin ware.
He would .give notice, that he makes the patent
House pump, far bringing water into the Hou
ses. He solicits a share of public patronage.
Maamae City, Oct,. 0.i ,y 2C f-1-
NEW FALL AjVD WINTEIl GOODS.
mllE subscribers are . now receiving and
JL opening, direofrom Now York, the lar
gest, and beet assortment or goods tint we
have ever offered in this city, a good share of
which have bpen purchased lor. cat-h, and se
lected with peculiar care, expressly for this
market,nnd we nutter ourselves mat tney.are so
purchased, that we Can and are offering to
those who wish to kuy forensh goods at less
prices than they have",bcen offered in this city,
and we do most earnestly invite all that wish
to purchase goods at great bargains, and goods
too, combining, durably, fashion and cheap
ness, to give us a call, before buying elsewhere.
SPENCER & MOORE, Eric st. f
. Maumee City, Sept. 2oty 1839. ..... j
NOTICE! NOTICE! NOTICE!!!
ALL persons indebted to the firm .of O.
Williams it Co., or, to D. St. Clair, are
requested to call forthwith and make immedi
ate settlement, as they are determined to have
their books closed. The hopo this call will
not be neglected. V t
nov. 15. ," " - --53-
CHEAP, FOIl CASH.' "...
Gfc W. RICHARDSON, , would res-
pectfully inform' the inhabitants of this
city and vicinity that they are' now receiving
their Fall and Winter assortment of goods
which will be sold s cheap as the cheapest tor
cash or country produce.
Maumee City, Oct; 13, 183''.--... 28.,.
CABINET TRLMMINOS -Mahogany,
rose-wood and maplo Knobs, by the groeis,
dozen or sett, for sale by C. A. LAMB,
Nov. 3. rear of Commercial block.
FRENCH BED POS I'.S.-IOOsetlaFrench
bed posts, for Bale cheap, by J
:.f - C- A LAMB,
Nov. 3. rear of Commercial block.
setts Table Legs, for sa'ebyM ; r ' -r
4 V .: f '- C. A. LAMB, i.
Nov. 3. ' ; Vear.of Commercial block.
AN assortment, if CibinetT Workt of , all
kinds and prices, for sale by
.;. C.- A. LAMB," j
Nov. 3. rear ot 'Commercial block.
TTTHISKEY. Chilicothe rectified Whia
TT key, a superior article, juat receiad
and for sale law fur good tunas, by - '
f ; - :G. BEACH.'
Perrysburg, June 18.7'' " "'w ltf
kICKLED LOB3TERS. just received- by
nov. 84. G." & W. RICHARUSUN.
LACK. White U Rod Currant Gunseher-
rv. Rasberrv. Stmwberrv and other ,lel-
3 ' ' ' - ' - !
PEPPER, pimento, rssui,clovos,.nutmeg,
and girfger, for aale bjr--7 "
nov. 8. " - , ALLEN b GIBBONS.
EESWAStV.wo wjll.pay (lie highest mar
ke't nrica. m Cash or Goods, foronv oitan-
titv of Bees wax delivered at -our Store" from
this time intil snrincr. i'-! '' v.
Nov. 24.V - G. S W. RlCHARDSONl-
-TrtTATER PRIVILEGE FOR SAtE?-ii
f f The snbscribef has a' very -convettient
Water, privilege, stiitable for the situatioirof a
Furnace, Fore or" .other Waleir75'6r!w.'r'Il' T.
- lituated on Swan Creek,' three and i. half nulea
from Port Miami .'-The water may bo Inked
from the subasriber mill pond! at- trifling
. eoBt,-and witq perfect security from damage by
- the freshets. In this distance of two or three
' miles there are inexhaustible beds' t)f Iron pre
- nf the first quality, and the country being very!
'".t level presents ho obstructrou,tojtlie-building!
of a road in arty direction with vary little ex 1
pense.' The ore lies Inbeda.Vnear theiop of!
the ground, and haij beeu judgefl to be of the
richness of sixty per cont, ,TI subsctibefwill
give, groat encourae-ement,. tm any porsnniop
porsona who will undertake, -and carry -n thei
above bttineSS, and will take an interest in the
works, or sell the situation.- This improve-
mont i greatly - needel. -in thi dountrVjHandJ
might e made lmmouiateiy ana immensely
- profitable. Wii J ' ' ' ' U
For further particulors) inquire or tha aub
acriber in Miami citv.s.-tx.-i 'fef'r
- DANIEL HUBS ELLS t
JunaBthi 1838. M 4ff
"RANTED old coppery brassi;-pobter'nd
. leadir. escUanifa fur-copper,' tih-and
t tironwir. - LATHAM TrTEW.V
. 4.4amee, Oct. 21, . - - - j sotf '
(" , LT, Coffee, Tea, Sugar Molasses, Clove!?,
f'epperj apice, cassia, raising, figs, cocoa,
ebocolote, pipes, Tobacco,' Cigars Powder,
, . 1 1 J1- . , n , .
iiot, leao aoap, oa aim connies.coa nsn, macK
timoet' every ' article iu tbo W. L
n t. 17 o j mi a d nunv-l
' AWMtV'SRHTH: CO." v ,
I Storage, Foruai-ding-and Commission-
TPv EALERS in Pro.vlsioris, Lilnlbbrond Soil;
I J Thrt imdersfirnpd Imve tnken tlirf- VVnro
house," fjVmerly occupied by" Bingham. It Fu
rey, and have made such arrangeiuuiits tdtrun
sact business in their l:ue, as mutt give satis
faction to those who, may ieiHrust,.therp., with
their business" 7 ,1,, v .-. ;. w
- They ara agents for the following transpor
tation companies on the Erio and Ohio canals,
and Btcamboata and vessels on the Lnke, viz t
; ".Wkstbrs Transportation Co.";
Wa'siiinOtox Line. '5 '
TliT.orti I..VW ',1 '
t Express 81 TetrorAph Lines, 'r
'"l ", ' On the Ohio Canal, and.
.Tkot. k OawRoo Line.' ' - i
'.Some of the above Lines are deeply inter
ested in (shipping controlled at the Foot of the
Ripids.aml running direotly from Buffalo, and
intorinediLiio porta to tuts point; thereby pre
senting greater -Yueilitiea - for - the sure and"
speedy eonvoyanca' of Western Goods, than
any other Line. -.. ,-- -.... i'
Goods have reached this" port, transported by
the above named Lines, in tight days from
New-York city. ,' ,V" T!'
n. .,.! t -,t ;: - . ': 1 f . J
, To Conlraclort Produce Dealen'.
We ahall keep constantly on hand all kinds
01 frounce ana 1'rovisions. We have now in
(store and for sale,' . -. ".
2 i0' bbls superfine Flour,
Shoulders, P '
Dried Apples,' .
Whiskey,- - .-.
. i 000 bushels O-ita, . :
, ,80 boxes t by 10 Ohio Glass, ,
50 - " 10 by 12 " "
.'-''!. -SO 7 by 9 " ::r:' -7T
Also, -a cbnstaiit supply of new butter in
Firkins, all of which will be sold as-low, if
not lower, than can be had in the murket. for
Cash. - - SMITH U CO.
Maumee City, July 21, 18118. ' "; f .18 . ', '
WAUMEJG CITV HARDWARE
. STOKE. .
W; WISWELL respectfully '.' inform 'the
inhabitcnts.of this city ahd vicinity
that they have arrived from flew .York with,
and are now opeliing attheCo'mmercial Build
ings. a large and ganerai assortment of Hard-Vinfe,hollw-wwre,
tin-ware and Cutlery.- Their
stock, among other articles, consists of the
following: liar, band, and hoop Iron ; Eng
eh blister, American and cast Steel;- English,
Russia and American sheet Iront trace, halter
and jack Chains; Blacksmiths' vices and anvils;
shovels and tongs; scales: Sad and Tailors'
irons; mill, cross-cut, littlng-wood, circular,
fret-hand, key-hole, back and compass Saws
patent and iron weights, sauce and frying pans,
tea-kettles augurs, bellows, bellows-pipe, era-,
die and grass scythes, sand paper, coffee mills,
croW-bars, hammers, bitts and stocks, wire,
brass kettles; i'scutcheou, Norfolk, knob, Ame
rican and brass Door-lutches; sickles; dinner,
tea.antl cow-bells, brushes, cantHersticks, butts
and crews, cornb, brads, sparables, tacks,
wrought and cut Nails, Locks and bolts of all
kinds and Bines; tassels and . mola-ses gates;
Carpenters' rules, squares, bevels, S-c., hot and
cloak pins; powder flasks, percussion locks,
pills anil caps;- Compasses; tin -trunks,' glass
1 mtliorn.o, astral and nurse lamps, dust pans
ever pointed pencil cases;"rnzor strops;" sugar
nippers, apirit levels, ben and clothes cords;
snuffers and travs, German silver arid iron ta
ble tind lea-spoons; waiters; carriage wrench-'
esi- stealyards; hoes, trowels, waffle-irons,
bench screws, sheet lead, sheet-copper, cook:
ing-senves. ann rurnuure. .... ,1 ; ....
CiiZfru Table and. Carving Knives and
Forks, steel, jack and pen knives of a superior
quality, broad . axes, adze, planes and irons;
drawing kmvcf fleams,: soizzors,,she!irsJ and
superfine rnzorP, tsc, together with many Sth
er article too numerous to mention. t Theaf-
tides linve been seluctnd with great care, and
can ba afforded cheap for cash. -The public
are respectfully invited totnll and examine, -Maumee
City,' June 5,1 839. fct.iotf
ISA AG-STETSOar,-- Attorney'-- and Coiin
tellnr at Law, will give punctual attend
ance to the duties of his profession m Wood
county; and will also attend to the Courts in
the counties of Lucas, VVilliams" Henry, and
Sandusky. VOffice in Law Buildings, Nrj.1,
;r- WASHINGTON HOUSE.. i
ri he Bubacribrr would give' notice, "thal.he
A 1ias' taken sn'ut Jinuse .formerly jOccupiod
by l. W' .C.ohverf e. on Canal Sfreet,Vhere be
Will t nil times be ready to wait npgn those
i ' ..' 1 . . i . . 1 1 i u - . . . .
WiiOJnavpieate u (rive iitm a can., y ,
MattipeeCity, Jupe9, i83S. ,4
BEDS TEADS ,by,c .
; June ;H0.r ;; 4, i 1 .
TUfJT received ut-ihe. Miami Cash Store, a
tf superior.prtKsle of S.hakej Brooms, byt Ny
J OSt teceived-3000 yards J Wftxi Wide
Brown Shirtings and Sheetings from 8 to l!i
Cent.- 'AIsot 'Dutnebtts,llrannels, "neks' Kc.
k3. by;. r : t:.W"CRQwell.
Tr Aug. Sfl.
r l NEW fexORE. , -,'
mtlR snhscribttrs Jiave ooundd a. Boot-. Shoe-
JL -and Leather StoTeopposite tho. Teiupep-4
ance House, and one door,east ot tpe Exchange,
where thoy tritehfl' rnnhuf ifftuHrfg1, ahd keeping
cdnstantly-'of lidnd, Bum and Blioel tif every
desorifitiorftfj suit 'tlte purchased ,V f;"
Gaiter BootSj La'dierf' Bltppefs, Men's Pu'rhpil;
coarse in tf Tine--Wen's popts, .Stipe j 'iridingg,
"".''"f.pianutacturer?, p ff.&l -ft f -l.ij-f '
f Al6, ,n assortinenf ,Qt CViidrep'9- Sljoes,
I.eailjer of 'all kinds at theltiwest prices, Rd
fewllbalea nf Cotton clothe by. the piece or
bale All of Which 4hey-.will-sell;fot.;CiM!h,(
Hides ior Producei aa low an the business will
afford. - ' CURTIS k K.ttlDt.ER,r-
TVrO'i'ICE is hereby ' give that a writ tit' at
tachment has thia day-been if sued hv 11-
zekiail IVitsoni'ti juatic8.it)f the poaco of Rich
land township,- Henry coumyf Otno, against
the goods, Bhritteisj rights, credits, -monies and
efforts -of A.' J. Beard, a tion-reside'ht of said
eoimty. ' EDENEZER RAYMOND.
..Dec."i57iS38.: ;'";. 1 .,;-t:;37
(OTTON and woolen yarn, woolen' soclts,-
ivw ior casn, ay- . - - a. vaiyx. -
NOTICE. All those indebted to the sub
scriber, either 1y Bond o Note, 'nr? 're
quested 'to call ahd' liqilida'te,' 'or 'reriexv the
same; and all those hnving. Book accounts un
settled,' are requested to call 'and adjust tin
same .wiTiioiT.pEtT,' arid givdthe.ix.iiatf)8,
if tnev cannot make it convenieiit to pay the
money, j Those, whq disregard, this call will
novbe.,lopger indulged, " ' .Vvti .
1.. -.v-,vi .,;..,. .Jvnxn.i .,..,
,Mnniee..city, April glf ;i7lV, . .i k,?tf.n
THE eubsonber has this day purchased the
entire stock in trade, of. C D...Wxiodrutr,
consisting of Hardware," Tin and Copper ware,
stoves,' &c7 &toi lie has also ipurcnased the
Tin and Copper Manufactory, and reiited.f'or a
term of; years,i the -Shop and Utote of G, IK
YV ooUruit, where lie w ill at all. times ba ready
tasorvo. the public, in his, line, ns. cheap, ior
cash, aa any other, establisLmpnt in thia vicini
ty. U. J . VUUUKUD t . j,
Perrysburg, May 8, 1338. 18m6 ;
I, ADIRS HATS,PARASOI-8 fJtp.f-.JuBt
J received a fine assortment of elegant" Tus
can Hats, from,. $6 to ffil3,-Paraaoli, French
Muslin,; Prints, Laces, together with. Jiinny
other beautiful- articlea for the ladies.--Com-
merciiil Buildinger'" E, FAIRMAN
Aug. 4, 183S.
A -CONSTANT stipplyof'the-gflnulne
Rowands Tonic Miklure, and Pjltsi for
the cure of the Fever Si Ague, bn hand mid at
wnoiesnie and retail, ny , ,
' july 28 ' ', " ' O. WILLIAMS fcCO.
SUPKRFINE Floiir constantly on hand, by
nov. 3. " ALLEN b GIBBONa.. .
WASHINGTON HOUSE TO LET;
f THIS Iloute is situated on Canal
oil street, near the centre of the city, its
f-'llHL position on the banks of tho river, gives
it a most conspicuous and pleasant appearance.
For location, and command of rcspoctuble and
profitable business, pr-rhaps no house; in the
western country is belter situated thari this.
Tu a good tenant that will keep a respecta
ble house,' the rent will be low. Apply to the
subscriber near the premiss, T" , . v '.
Maumee Cilyi'Aiig. 25, 1-1:8. . jMtf '
MAY Ac YOUNG Attornies and Coun
sellors at Law,' Mauinee"city,'Lu(;as
county, Ohio. '. ' JJW. M. MA Y.' ' i
, .-' ' SAML.iX-. YOU.tfG:
Jiinc'3,- lain ' !)tf
JUSTUS D WIGHT,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, .
Office over Doan b Earl's Storei Wolcdtt si
o: v'5' ---" -Maumee City,, . ,'t !.-' ? s
EVTIIERS and Ticking and straw Ticks,
by- G. b W.. RICHARDSON.
Oct. 13. 1; .: :..
GO ARSE SHOES, at wholesalejowfor
cash, at the Marengo cush store. ,-
- -; .A.-.VAN VOORST
- July 6, 18?8 - 14tf
WANTED in exchange for Goods, Pork,
butter, lard, oats, corn, beans, potatoes,
tallow be. by -
.. nov. 8. - .'ALLEN b GIBBONS. -
COARSE. BOOTS.--A; large assortment
for alb y the case at the Marengo cash
tore .. ,-, A. VAN VOOliST.
.. .July 6, 1838 . I4t,.
CORN BIIOOMS. 40 dozen, just received
on coiiBigiuhent, for sale cheap by tho do
fceu or single, tjt. U -j5 E.' FAIRM AN.
:JulySl. Kiy j.,,.,..-. -x
RUGS, Medicines, Paints and Dye SifTus,
'.f r sale b t O. WILLIAMS b CO. .
GHINA, Crockery and Olass Ware.-7-I.argt;
and general assortment - No, 1 Commer
cial Buildings.'1" -E FAIRMAN, .fl-euf.
TO PRINTERS & MERCHANTS. ,
PRIN TERS and. Merchant can be up
plied with paper of various kind, on ap-
plication to; ",B ALDW1N; k Co.
. , , ' . Upper Toledo. 1.
' ,.JtAOS tajten.ln exchange for paper, p ,
, Snot. a..i. ,.2,r)tf ... . 4
"'; " notice
, '. Jl A R.T3 jhance for a bargain. "The sub-;;
XX scribers, intending to make a change in,
h ei.,J)usiness,'. willxself their stock of Dry
Goods very cheap for cash. Call and try
.J ."!' ItOYNTON &. GAJINETXL
Jan . 'H , J38r-1 ' -a a . y
, . BEN NETT.it C A MPBELL,,.' V
Attorneys and CounsellorB Ut Lhw, No. 3,
:m., t Law BuUdinsy Perrysburg." j'
Henry Bennett, v ) v. M 4
Samuel ILCampbell.-t u if 44tf
. - : .;TUJ,Jti ..VVAUjLi,) ,l;; . -k.
TT HUFEIllOR assortment otStoneChurnf",
V- Jars, Puts, Jugs, Stove. Tubes, and Milk
rans, just received by ", '55 J
MaylT.-i i.BOYNTON St GANNETT.?
CARPENTER'S TOOLS-i-Bv the set 'or
V' einirlei-for sale hv1 --it y.i tt
June 8. - W.- IV1SWELL CO,
STOVE5! STOVES!! Just , received, (a
lot of Cookinr and Parlor Stoves bv
UMBER. A quantity of pine Lumber
i for sale at the-Warehouse of ' - ,'.' i
i-' J.-WOLCOTT UCo.
T EADY MADE CLOTHING SatiheltW,
jly '-";itiu vWCROWELLr.
" MARENGO dASH STORE.
THE subscriber js npv receiving h variety
of fancy and staple dr v troods.aU of.whifih
are offered ftt loW.Pricea for cash. .
, V f Deeds .with lie-flnpml innwUhl
Justices Jilanks, for sale at tljfsWfHoe. a,j?
BROWN and bleached Sheeting and Shirt-'
mgVffom cent, by i "t ih f
-., Farma for rent, if anolned.fna wumAA
-.i.uwise a. quantity 01 unimproved Jandat ''
'.-Maumee city, Aprilg, 1837 2tf
EOR SALErA-fbtit-tf BrnaHPlea -of
. about two finfulM.li'
and completeiwith Italia and eases, at thiaoP
V ' J. (.1 ,T . ,
A JAMES WOLCOTT V C6.
(:!?. -m-MERCHMSTS. " 1
Al Itye JFdre-linvat formrly occupied . by)
' -Jamee Wolcott, yt,' mabbi
A. J. Hackley, y J"
Jiihiea Howe.? d ?( 5
UEB CITV, OHIO. I
THE aubscribcra are, .agents for the fol
, lowing -Lines, viz :; , -;,; i i.' t',' , i.:;.;'r
"-t ON THE ERIE ANAI,.."'"; V.;.'; 11
THB-NA,rroiAi. LiNE.-.eni A." W.:
Johnson,-108, Broad street. New York,,
"New" Yon k an Buffaioand Utica'and
Buffalo Lines. Agcntt, Hubbard," Si Ellis;
foot of Broad street,-' Nexv" Xork. ' f ' i '';,
"' Oswboo I,Wnitv'a Oswego and 1 Welland
Canals,) Ageril, It. J..; Van Dewatcr,' 100,
Broad street. New York.' "
Lake and Kivkr Line, (viaOBWego. and
Welland Canals,) A gen It, leano Fi Smith.
JohnO. Dickey ,1.119 .Broad street, New York
Theabove are among the most efficient lines
engaged in Westorl) transportation, and have
the best possible arrangements for forwarding
goods-with safety and -desnatchr --
fllerchants in Indiana and'op the" Maiirhee,
will insure prompt attention to their business,
by causing them to be marked to the' eare of
our House, at tins' place, - when they make
their purchases at New yorki-"""'' ''" '
' J AMES WOLCOTT, b CO.'
Mabmee City,' April 88, 18H8. 50 ' '
THE subscribers, living -in tho new build
ing, between the Commercial buildings
and the Washington Houee, have for sale, on
consignment, the following medicines, to witj
U. Eastman' t Pulmonary Balsam, for dttea-
... , tea of the Lunge and Breast.
, It is a melancholy fact that Consumption
constitutes a large portion of our bills of mor
tality, and forms one of the most Crowded av
enues to the tomb."-The principal causeof the
mortality of this' formidable diseoso may be
attributed to the peculiar character of its pri
mary symptoms. ; In- its first stages, thr pa
tient is seldom aware' nf the alarming diseuse
that is fastening tipon him j 'Consequently; 116
remedial aid is sought until it is too late. -' Its
premonitory symptoms appear trilling, hence
they are disrpganleil until in their more fullde-
ve'opement tlie victim is aiarmeo,ann strug
gles in vain to elude the fatal rasp. ,,The firsst
symptoms that should be taken as a Warning
are the following! viz: - r. .. r . h
A short dry cough without much expectora
tion, except a frothy mucus! ,an -uneasiness
about the cheflt, or a souse of pnin when lying
on the side: a pnin und.rr the breast bone res
piration is oppressed, by the least extra bodily
exertion, and particularly in warm rooms,' or
111 moist weather: mental excitement and de-.
jection, iillcrnntelyi spitting of blood is also a
warning symptom of. approaching t-onsump
tion. , .Colds frequei tly engender this disrate;
the alarming symptom, 111 this case, is tile con
tinuation of the cough accompanied with some
of the above symptoms, any nf which may be
observed perhaps tor months before the patient
will acknowledge that he is so ill as to require
attention.- , When -.indeed tins is the most cri
tical period, and if relief is not 60011 found, the
cough increases and is more troublesome and
severe, particularly at 'nighty thfe expectora'
tion more copious, of a greenish color; some
times tinged with blood; the laborious breathi
ing and emaciation continue to increase; 'the
hectid Austria soon seen in tho pale cheek ac
companied by night sweats, 4tc.; the closing
scone is too wcuiiowa, 1 ,,,
For this fornndnbie dinease the Pulmonary
Balsam is prepared and offered to the afflicted,
in -connection iti my- Elixir of TJi':ilth. iihd
Embrocation. ' The Bulnnm -pnaseVses the re
quisite properties for" healing and restoring the
lungs to a healthful state, -while the Elixir
tenria'fd 'produce,' invisorato and maint iih a
henllhy'action in the whole systom; purifying
the blood ann prcpanng.tlic system so thnt na
tare, by tbeaid fif.tho. Balsan arid Einbroca:
tion, mav carry tjii and effect tho healing pro
cess..It is,a. rcII. known, fact that a wound
sore or ulcer cannot easily be healed or cured
without keeping the system in good order and
a healthful condition; hence the failure of all
coutIi medicine for the cure 01 the Consump
tion cough, this cough being only a symptom
of a-di.ensed state of the lungs, can only be
permanently removed as Uiey are restored to
a sound state.,' No. ono medicine can be relied
upon in a diseased state of the lungs;' but the
above meJicmetyviz. H. Eastman's Pulmonary
Balsam, Elixir of Health and Embrocation have
succeeded even, iu the apparent last, stages of
the Consumption.., . f -r ut: -t - ;-iif
, Prepared and sold by H. Eastman,; Drug
;(,. Zmeftville, Oh':oi- where may be had iu
.addttimvto general-assortment of1 Drugs it
Aledici:ies, uie following valuable feud Highly
.impdrtAht'.ModicinesVia Natures Assistant,
ortho Female's, Own Medlcmey, for obetruc
tinns, tt,c. -Nerve 'Oiirdial, a 'valuable, medi
tflne for hervons' debility wenkneWbtf.i' ,Spoj
cifief Embfocat.ion.'for" ebrains;;,CJm'pfaint;
Cerrsurnbtion. '-lie.' " " ' '"" i " "
--5-jr a: PETEiis'&i'soN.4'
.'"tin: 9. "" " '- ' - - Stm'
TTOR twenty-five cents you can buy a but
X tlo of BiiiTmo Jor(Wtonrf, which has
been astertainod to'liave cured -more diseases
of the lungs than alllhe other patent medicines
now ill use. f or Bale by C. U. Bristol, Buffa
lf, and Oi WILUA-MS &Co.. Maumee citv.
We are acquainted' with the preparation- of
Sarsaparuhv 'manufactured by O. C. Bristol,
and havihff made-use of it mora or-less, in our
practire, believe 'it to oontalii the active prince
plofir aarsapanlta 'in a nighly concentrated
fonti.'-and as a preparation, we esteem it as the
best we nave-ever met with.' ''"
Trowbridej-iw.toi 'O. Chapin;-i.:t.
Charles Winne, M i Moses Bristol; M i)'
Josiah Barnes, -M b j J, 1?. Marsha'lll '
JE..Mawley;i j iAi' S.; Spragne, m 9
A. Minor, ho-.. r. Li. Harris, M.-Dt-k
! ,jufalb, Aug, IS. "7'" ."--!
FdrWe inSlaumee f?ityy
nl titty rra aire' 1.
BUSINESS LOTS - TO LEA8E.i r.
rSlHE 'tibseiber for the pu rpnef affording
JLt; conveniences to men of business, whosrs
4esirous toaottle wthts place; offtrrfor sale at
seasonable priceebr ti lass at moderate tents,
the following, lots? upon the principal business
street iff this town. .Jic-a jfjti-.t jtetJi
I Tt9,0,2tj-Tlortrniidr Bfoadwaf f7fl JVffsTT
stneorvinai srreet; i.u.ornerni William ,
4 in block L' ri'ortlrsidrt'of Sophis"st:' Alsoa
large number 6f lots eligibly sitqated for tain
Metsre: O, Wuaamt Co,'
Gi wn EM R N ! -Ha VinS sent voii a quan-4
titv ofinvELlXER OF'HlSAHH tor sale
and presuming that its virtues are not fully.re(iUit of science and the' invention ofa-cele-
known in yiur","eetiori'-rv Country, I have
deemed -U prperti afford you the necessary
information."-This' ii a medicine of my -own
advising, ahder-a belief that medicine' ban oa-4
ly uy serviccauie hb 11, ubihih hid cmi7.-in.-ture,
whose efforts are Slway exerted t6 tid!
the system of whatever is injurious,- end to
main ain tt liealthy 'action'iu. those, organs
which are the prime regulators: of the "Whole1
system, arid this Bha would always accomplish,
except overpowered by some deleterious agent
taken into the system.1 Its action is Upon the
stomach, liver", and digestive organs generally;
npon theproper eiate and-action -of which, a
healthy condition- of the' system mainly de-'
j-ends. In its bporation it removes all obstfuo
tripns, 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 muct'be perceived
-that it is adlipted to Temove the great variety
of diseases whiib proceed from a derangement
of these organs, jf'l'lio following are oine ,f
the symptoms and disease Incident .to these
'derangements," and for which the clixer hns'
proved most signally efficacious 1 Loss of apjie--
tite, debility, lassiUide or sense of weanness,
nausea, oppressHin.frnra food," flutulency,"acid
stonmcli,'cs.rdililgy'or heart bdrn, -ri pleasant
tnste in the mouth,' pains in the -head, back,
tiilp. shoulders -or limbs, sick heilil aclio. cos-
tiveness or the reverse, dfjection, melnnchbly,'
disturbed sleep, cold hands and feet, billiouB ha
bit, night sweats, palesullow countenance, dys
pepsia and liver complaints,! &tc. , It has pro-u
ved most signally efficacious iu raising the sys
tem t'rom tlio torpor and general -prostration
which- ague :.,and - lever, t and other marsh
fevers so frequently produce-. For. delicate fe.
males and children, it is iudomparable. -. For
coughs. originated in thu sympathy ..of the
lungs, .with a-diseiised stomach oh 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
blpom to the pule and Sickly cheek, and plump-
ne'tsto the meagre. C : v. . - .," ' 41
From the nature of its operation ahd effects
it was supposed it might prove a preventive of
bipous and other leverp, una as such it nasbeen
extensively used in some, of our mosi, sickly
sections with -apparent success. , Thousands
ofamili'-s have adopted it as their family me
dicine, and many consider 11 a ramtcea. 1 hey
believe with me, that by a timely and proper
useof the Elixir, that lieultliful action of the
system will.be kept up, which, will effectually
repel all thosd deletwinus agents which cause
feveiB and many other diseases. t; .v.i
Since vrciting your place and becoming ac
quainted Svith the cliar.ict'cr o. Its ' diseases, 1
nm fully satisfied that my Elixei' tS admirably
adapted to their onse, and by a timely uso to
their prevention in some measure, and I shall
bo much disappointed Dot to hear-of such.rb
sults.' Of any bad effects I entertain ho fears,
t is entirely botanical, rid has been and may
be taken in all ages 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 tho afflicted as it has in
other places; , lafn; Gentlemen, yours truly,.
"..'.'.' (.. . EASTMAN. '
P.' S. 'The bublic ttb ''cautioned against a
spurious' article, of this medjeine which is in
circuiauun; tne genuine ,nas my written sig
nature affixe'd to the directions. ' " ' ', "
" ;;; H.'' E' STM AN, proprietor.
' The above medicine for isle, by Mcfsrs. .0.
Williams & Coi and'Doi'tl Conant, Maumee
City;' Pwk & Griswold, Perrysburg, and Mes
srs. Erastus Rays fc Co.Toledb." ' ' SL.l.
Nov. 17. ti , ,'.,. ,.-;, -.i :-33mS--,r
, " T" BALDNESS, ' " v' .f ,
"BEAUTlFUL head of Huif.'is ttiegra'rfucst!
jt. 'oriiament 'belonging to the hp nian frame,'
How strangely' the loss ''of' it changes the
countenaiite, end 'prematurely, firirgs on the
appenrance of old Bgri, which cdoseq mdny to
lecoil at being tliicovered; and sometimpseveu
shun society to tivnid'lhp jests. andjeneers of
their acquaintance'!, the; jemninder of their
liyes. is cons quently spept in retirement.-t.In'
short, not even the, loss, of property fills 'the
generous thinking youth with that heavy sink-;
lhg glooih as does the . loss of his, liair. To
aven all these unplcatant circumstances, OL
DRIGE'S BALM OF COLUMBIA stops the
hair from falling off 011 the first application, and
a few bottles irestdres it again -It-- likewise
produces eyebrows, and whiskers ; prevents
the hair from turning grav, makes it curl beau
tifully, and frees. jt from sourt, Numerous
certificates -of the first respectnbilityjn sup-:
potof the. virtues, of.Oldrige's BaUn are sh-ovvn,
by. the proprietors , W, er;b 'n .'vv.)
' '- U?" Rpd the following. - J-i
, ROBERT WHARTON, Esq., late Mayor
of Philadelphia, has certified, as may be seen
belovw to' -tho high charaoter of -the following";
gentleinon t -'- t- tw
The undersigned does' liorpby" Certify' that'
we haVe'iispd -the Bulhi -of Columbia discov
ered b'y-J. Oldridge, and have found it biglv
ly serviceable, not ottiyiR'li'gr$Ymitiye agajnsl
the allihjr off of hair, b'lt also a certain reeto:
rutiye.' WM.: THATCH ER, Seli.,, b
,-" Methodist Minister, hj St. Oetirg'e charge,
riOlrlNT K: INGLIS, 83,1,' Arch sL a '
- JOHaD.THOMABj M. n.-loaRa.cstil
JOHN S.-FOIlEY, 101 Sprite et.jfes .nua
: jiunri mcuuitiix-, aoutn 7tn st.
: i.JOHNI.GARD;' J 129 Arch ttU i "1$
.It will certainly raise' it virtueem -the s
tiintidrtol'tha , public, wheh it is known' that
three of the above signers are more-thariSO
years of age, anil the others pot less than 3P-
r . r, . -..Fcprn the Mayor
Citv of I'hiladelolna:-'" ' "
, I, ROBERT, WH ji fiTO.S , Jl.ayor:f said.
city of I'll ladelpliia,- do hereby certify that'l
aniiwelkacqitainted with J. P. Inglis,Jiii.S
Furev and. Hugh McCurdy, whos names are
signed to the) above certificate, and thtfy i are
gentlemen of character, arid respectability, and
aasucb full credit should be given to . the. said
eertiflcater " r " .
; In witness, whdreog t KotvilH'pj,'eiint6 iiet my
- -'jTiand. and citiised the s'eal of the city to
Ii,vS. - be affixed this sixthday of Oecera-
"v ROBERT,WHARTON.u'MaySf.f "
f CAUTIONi-MJbserve that each bottle bf
the genuine' Balm has a splendid engraved
wrapper,' onwhich Fa' representetl tfie,-Fulla, of
To Editor, 'tic. All country narjers who
will insert the 'above oncn a week 8 ir.ontln,
abdtsehd.noq numberl(ta the agentsshal te4
antiued to enedoaen'oh-Halm. . -"L'i.;
Sold wholesale and retail by CUiwa i
tt Co., Sole agents for America, 1 V letcher
st noar Maiden Laue,enedoor oeio,wearjsi
New York; and by, -one 4r more drbgglsts"
nearly every town in the Union." For aale at
every uruggttt atort in this city. xsyi
; FILES &C.
AEMOIIRIIOIDS; 'Wb cure no pay 1 1
Hi Pritfe fftf-'U1 Hav's Liniment." No fiction '
This extraordinary chemical composition,- the;
lenuii 01 science and the invention or a-cete;
brVited medical man, theihtroduction of which1
to the p'ublie was invested1 with the solemnity"
of a death-bed beqiiestil has since cained
putatioh' unparalleled, fully sustaining -th'
correctness of the lamented Drv Gridley'a last'
buumoiuii) iiiat- - no aarea not' die without i.
giving to posterity the benefit of his knowledge
on this subject," and he therefore bequeathed !
to' his fridnd and attendant; Solomon Hay s,
tlie'sccrefbf his discovery.1 ' t'o o :-tn-: v.i
- It1 nowWd in the principal hospitals, tind'
tbeprivatdprii'fctice in our country . first -and
irtostcertainly for the Cure of the- Piles, and'
Iso sn extensively . and effectually as to baffle'
arediility, uillofs where Its effects am witness-'
d. "i Exlerttally in the following complaints-'
"s'fV)r,,Dri)p--Creatiiig extraordinary ao
sdrptibn at once, "" 'k--f.t i i f .vl. sii
- illl SeKmg-s-Reducing.'them In a few1
hddnC" ' "-:i,w" -jr'is.t ;!''
quick easei " - " .. i
JSorp Throal- By cancers, ulcers or colds'7
-1 Croup? and Whooping Cough Externally.'
attd over tbe-chept. i f- ,..- rjm.-.- wt
i' All 'Brviita,'' Sprdiite and Btti-n-Curing;
in a few Iwin.' -a -;' ' ''""J
' Sot-H and CTcm- Whether. fresh ''or long
sliindingj and fever sores."' iw.&tu- fxa j.
, it1 operations upon adults and children -ill
reducing rheumatic swellings, and loosening
coughs and tightness of the chest by relaxa-'
tion of the parts, bos been surprising beyond
conception. The common remark of those who"
have used it in' the Piles, a "It aotS like a '
chifrm."1 .v.-;?iT.s.t-.ir i -.- n
' THE PILES.i-The price: $1 is refunded .
trt any' person who will use a bottle of Hay's
Liniment for the Piles, atid return the empty;
bottle without being cured. "These are tha
positive orders of the -proprietor to the Agents;;
and out of many thousands sold, not one has'
befii unsuccessful. - r- i4 -i '.-r
We might insert certificates to any1 length,'
but prefer that those who sell the article,
should exhib't tie 'original to "purchasers."'
C AUTION.-tNone can be genihe without a
splendid engraved wrapper," on which is my -name,
ftndalsd that oj the Agentt. " "'' :-.."
, . SOLOMON HAYS.,
"TO EDITORS, &.C. All country 1 papers
who will insert the above 6 months, and send
one number to the agents shall be entitled to'
one dozen of the Liniment. ' -:' :
Sold' whiilesale and retail by'COMSTOCK
t Co.,"So!e Agents, 2 Fletcher street, near
JIaidert Lan6, one door below Pearl st. New;
York, and by one druggist in every town in the
Union. For sale at every Druggist store in -this
city, .' sept. 1S- ' . Jt3yl,
. itt " HEADACHE. w'
D" RVtej SPOHN,5 a "Gerniari 'physician" of
much' note, having devoted his atten--tion
for some years to the cure and 'removal
of thecauses of.NERYOUS AND SICKj
HEADACHE, has the, satisfaction, to mako,
known that .c lias a remedy which by remov-.
ing.the causes cures effectually ai d permanent-
ly this distressing complaint. ,There are many,
families, who have considers Sick Headache
a constitutional incurublofamily complaint,, Dr.
S. assures them that, they are. mistaken, and
laboring under distress which they, .might not
only alleviate, but .ac.yally pradicate py. ,the..
use ortliis,J-emedy-",,f,i;i. (T ''"". ',';' ,
. It is the result of scientific, research, and is,
entirely of a different character from -advertis-.,
ed patent medicines) and is not unpleasant ,to,
the taste. .. .. . .,. -' ; j-." .
' .-: HEADACHE, SICK.02 NERVOUS. A
The-extraordinary 'reputation ( that Dr.r
Spohn's-remedy for -this distressing com plaint
is. every d iy gaining- is certainly -a- matter of.,
much ai-tonislitneht. That so much' suffering -should
have existed for ages without any dis
covery ot'an effectual preventative or curej' is
truly a siibjeot of much regret, but Dr. S. now
assures the public that Such a' remedy has beet
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 prmarily from the stdni-J
uch those who think they have the Nervous'
Headache maTesf "assured that this .organ,'1
the stomach, is the first cause, that the system'1
has' been viti ted or debilitated, -through the'
stomach; and that only through the same chan-'
nel-must they expects restoration of the na-'
tilral biid hoal'hy functions of - the system."
This- ftbject, Dr;'Sptihn'a remedy is eminently
calculated to attain j The truth of this posi-'
tiort cunnnt bo cohtroverti!d,rand the sooner
sufferers with the headache become convinced'
of it, the so'nnor-'Will thoir" sufferings' 1 end in?"
resiomtion bf 'helth ? DV.'Spohh pledges hi;
professional reputation "on this fadtiv-Tbe rem
edy may be had of apothecaries generally thro''
rtftfrWg. i- '' . V? T'"k
COMSTOClt fc'po'., 'wnoles'aTe druggists '
Ffe'tcbcfr'.stree'l bear Maldep Liineono.dooT,
below 'PebrI street, N. Y, general agents for
America, - ' ;"vr" " '" ' '
' -T 7iE. 8POHN, :M.;;D
, . For sale at every Druggists' inthis city.,
laumea City, Sept; 3,J838..( y.t9yl.vn
T 0SE Jtlorse; and' SuffilT lanketsTfoi'
'Xt sale by ''---' .? '
Sept. ti .SPENCER ,& MOOR?!., "
'AGENl'S FORIHEEXPREisS.' '
- Oksob buDiBT, fPdierviUei 'v l '
.n o n ,.''- ii
.. ? HiKL SmiiW, EsqI" Jtapof eon, t
j-'H.Gi.KASdN EKO,.JfYoj;;rfav,j'';,' v7l
B. B, As KLi,, Independent, v
- . H. Sksbiobs Esq. DefiaUctr "Jl .
B. HaTot, Brunenlmrg. V rt-tj,
DStbaikr Esi. 'Moncteva. " ,
:.ti $ A. rKHviX tockportf, .
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and 'fpifiO at thVerid bf the year
KTo subscribers who have Thnir pap5 Ictt
ttlheir doors," $2,50 jn advance $3,00)
m'ooth51$3,50aJLthd end of the year. .
t," ut W r "' ' ' -
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s Yearly itdverttsing:
Birthe Brst three n!
1 square peraniu $10
i column ; 18
i . . . sn
for every subsequent
frifiprtion.'.' " .'.
ten directions, will be inserted tifitil forbid and '
charged aboordingly.' Casual Advertisements
Will oot be'lnaerted until paid for. r,,,'V-i'
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' i: .", JOB PRiNTINO-; "''''-,' ".i
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