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I LOWER SANDUSKY & MAUMEE.
THE Steamboat COMMERCE, V. P.
Stevens," Master, will run the remain
der of the Reason, between Lower Sandusky
and Maumee City, touching at the Plaster-
bed, Sandusky City, Wheeler's Wharf, (near
' the Sandusky Light House,) Manhattan, to
. ledo and Perrysburg. She will leave Lower
. Sandusky and Maumee City every alternate
morning, at 7 o'clock.
For freight or passage, apply to the Mastet
a board, or to
1 : R. Dickiwsou it Co., Lower Sandusky
' . 1 " Towsend & Williams, SanduskyCity.
' Palm in Bosh, fc Co. Toledo.
Doan & Eabl, Perrysburg.
' " : Forsyth d Hazard, Maumee City.
"'' June, 1838. 50
ir. (NEW AND CHEAP STORE
THE subscribers have just received direct
from NewYork, and now offer for sale at
their store onWolcott street a few rods west of
the Printing office, and nearly opposite the
"American Hotel," a large stock of mperior
Groceries, consisting, in part, ol l'oucbong,
ilingchong, Hyson fekin, Old and Young lly
on teas, loaf and brown Sugar, Molasses,
Coffee, Pepper, Spice, raisins, lobacco,Sale
ratus, Cocoa, Chocolate, cinnamon, cigars,
enun, mustard, Pepper sauce.CJwger, starch
Shot, Lard, Soap, Fish, 6tc, &c.
f Also a splendid stock of liquors and wines
er all kinds. . Also a good assortment or Dry
Goods, comprising all articles usually kept in
a. Dry Goods Store, and a quantity of ready
made clothing, together with a quantity ol
iron and Stoves, Flour, Pork, Butter, Axes
The above Goods may be had at wholesale
or retail, and at fair prices.
The subscribers assert with confidence
that their stock of groceries i as large, if not
larger, and as good, if not better, than any
in me iViaumce vauey.
A. J. HACKLEY.
, . Maumee City; Juno 9, 1838. 39
.Vaumce City, No. 1, Commercial Buildings.
fTlHE subscriber is now receiving direct
A from New-York, on consignment, a very
ehoice and valuable assortmedl of Fancy and
Staple Dry Goods, all of which are offered at
unusually low prices tor cash only, among
the numerous articles in store, may be tound
a hno assortment ot broad cloths, caBsuneres
sattinetta and vesting?, ot various qualities
and colors, some ot which are very hue, and
well worthy tho attention of gentlemen. The
ladies will find a large selection of English
and American prints, and furniture calico,
from Is to VstW; I'rcnch muslin, ginghams,
si IKS ot various colors, part ot which are not
figured, very elegant; 20 doz. ladies hose, fine
assortment, from a very low priced, to a beau
tiful article; silk laced, both brown and bleach
ad; large assortment of gloves for ladies and
gentlemen; fancy silk and gauze hdkfs; bead
-fogs; fine and common linen pocket hdkfs;
atin jeans; large lot cambric and sarcenets,
good and cheap; bobbinett footings, elastics,
pool stands, threads, sewing silk, pins, tape,
bobbins, feather fans, rich ribbons, Bprigs, ro
ses, and wreaths for ladies hats; a large as
sortment of ladies hats from $1,00 to $12,50;
willow baskets and reticules; oil cloth, and
fine straw braid bags; rich linen table damaBk,
brown and bleached; napkins; diapers; fine
and common linens; bleached and brown fine
shirtings, and long cloths; flannels; drills 10
doz. suspenders trom 1 to S&UU; tailors
trimmings assorted; brown sheetings, Buffa'
la cloths; tickings; oil cloth; table mats;
house mats; willow wagons and cradles; cur
tains, with various other articles, too numer
ous to mention. '
Also, in a few days, will bo received a large
and well selected assortment of Crockery and
Glass .Ware, and Looking Glasses. The
public are respectfully invited to examine this
assortment, trusting tney wm be satisfied
both as to quality and prices. The arrange.
tnents are such that the stock will be kept
romplete. ' IS. r AIRMAN, Agent,
, Maumee city, June 23, 1838 13
BUSINESS LOTS TO LEASE.
THE. subscriber for tho purpose of affording
conveniences to men of business, who are
desirous to settle in this place, offer for sale at
reasonable prices, or to lease at moderate rents,
the following lots, upon the principal business
streets in cms tow n.
19, 20, 21: north Bide Broadway; 78 West
ideot Canal street; 130 Corner of William st,
4 in block 1, north side of Sophia st; Also t
largo number of lots eligibly situated for resi
dances. ' - '
. For information and terms apply to. , ,
I. D.BEAUGRAND, Maumee City.
R. DICKERSON, J, . '
LA. Q. RAWSON, Lower, s""'
7 Y ' 15-tf
superior bar soap, for sale
?o. 3. Commercial buildings.
ii uuiisigumBiii, Dy .
june 20 L'. BEEBEE.
: . i . " '
COFFEE, tea, sugar, by
July 7, 14tf ALLEN fc GIBBONS.
"STTHISKEYChilicothe rectified Whis-
f T key, a superior article just received
and for sale low for good funds, by
- G. BEACH.
, Perrysburg, June 16.- ltf
MARENGO CASH STORE, i
THE subscriber is now receiving a variety
of fancy and staple dry goods, all of which
ara offered at low prices for cash.'
, , . , "A. VAN VOORST.
July 8, 1888. ? '." v . 14 '.
COARSE BOOTS.-A large assortment
for .alb y the case at the Marengo cash
' . A. VAN VOORST.
July 8, 1838 ;,. .. : ? . ,,.;:, -;.;., f'l4tf.
COARSE SHOES, at wholesale, low foi
c&si, at the Alarengo cash store.
; A. VAN VOORST-
July 6, 1838. ' I4tf
T'JKADY made clothing for sale low for
juX cash at the Marengo cash store. -:-'
T , A. VAN VOORST.
July 6, 1833 -V ::.';.: ' l4tf ' "
p AM)l KS, a general asortment for sale at
: J tho Marengo cash store. 1 . -. -
t , : OM " X- VAN VOORST. '
July 0, 1838. , w -.. l4tf . ...
" " ri& TED. A good Journeyman Chair
nker, to whom liberal wages will be
. -. . : J. CREED, l
SMITH & CO.
V Merchants. ;
DEALERS in Provisions , Xjumoer ana oau.
The undersigned have taken theWare
house, formerly occupied by Bingham & Fu
rey , and have made such arrangements to tran
sact business in their line, as must give satis
faction to those who may entrust them with
their business. . -i ,
They are agents for the following transpor
tation companies on the Erie and Ohio canals,
and steamboats and vessels on the Lake, viz:
Westbrn Transportation Co.
Washington Line. ,
Express U Telegraph Lines,
On the Ohio Canal, and
'Trot b Oswego Line.
Some of the above Lines are deeply inte;
ested in shipping 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
Bpeedy conveyance of Western Goods, than
any other Lines.
Goods have reached this port, transported by
the above named Lines, in fight days from
To Contractors J- Produce Deahrt.
We shall keep constantly on hand all kinds
of Produce and Provisions. We have now in
Store and for sale,
. 250 bbls. superfine Flour, ,
100 " Mess Pork, : .
,100 " One Hog, .,
50 " Shoulders,
20 " , Dried Apples,
. 10 " " Peaches,
200 " Salt,
12 " Beans, ,
50 " Whiskey, a
. 2000 bushels Oats,
20 boxes 8 by 10 Ohio Glass,
50 " 10 by 12, " ." .
20 " 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
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office over Doan f Earl's Store, Wolcott si
NOTICE. All those indebted to the sub
scriber, either by Bond or Note, are re
quested to call and liquidate, or renew the
same ; and all those having Book accounts un
settled, are requested to call and adjust the
same without delay, and give their notes,
if they cannot make it convenient to pay the
money, i nose who disregard this call will
not be longer indulged.
JUHjN is. hunt.
Maumee city, April 8, 1337. . 2tf
AY & YOUNG Attornies and Coun
sellors at Law, Maumee city, Lucas
county, Ohio. JNO. M.MAY.
June 3, 1837 9tf
BOOTS AND SHOES.
ACARY, Frout street, opposite tho Jef
ferson House, has just received an ex
tensive assortment of Boots and Shoes, con
sisting in part as follows :
300 pair thick boots, 100 calf do., 1 case
lined water-proof do., 2 cases boys' thick do.,
100 pair mens' thick brogans, 50 pair boys'
do., 600 pair woinens' calf and grained leather
brogans, 100 pair childrens' do., 1 case 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., lease 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 on, tec.
A large lot of Feathers received on con
signment. The above goods will be sold very
low ior casn. .
1 December 8, 1837. y '" ". 3Gtf
T IQUORS. A quantity of Liquors, con
JLA sisting of Brandy, Rum, and Gin, for
sale unusually low for Cash, at the Warehouse
ot ' , JAMES WOLCOTT, dc Co,
Maumee, May 17, 1838. 1 59tf
FARMS TO RENT. Several, first rate
Farms for rent, if applied for soon.
Likewise a quantity of unimproved lands.
JOHN E. HUNT.
Maumee city, April 8, 1837 . 2tf
' ' NOTICE. '
Vf rATER PRIVILEGE FOR SALE,
f The subscriber has a very convenient
w ater privilege, suitable lor toe situation of a
furnace, torge or other water works.v 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 triflinrr
cosi, ana who perieci security from damage by
1 J !.L P . i. A . . 61
111a KesuBia. 111 mo instance 01 two or three
miles there are inexhaustible beds of Iron ore
nt the first quality, and the country beinir verv
level presents no obstruction to the building
of a road in. any direction with very little ex
pence. The ore lies in beds, near the ton of
uie ground, una nag neen judged .o be ot the
nenness 01 sixty per cent. 1 The subscriber will
give : groat encouragement to any person or
persons who will undertake and carry1 on the
abovo 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. ,t:"'V ':-"'"; ;V'fi, -M-
r or furthef particulars, inouire of the sub
scriber in Miami city. ' k. w..-
r : a. . , . ilAWJJSL HUBBELL. 1
June 9th, 1838. " : : '" i-'u. .;io '
A LARGE assortruentofDry Goods, Hard
ware and nails, byn? ! .: j-a.
- june 20 4f. G. &,Wt- RlCHARDSON.fi
tJJ foi sale;' ...
JuBe 9,, l;v
of Lard just received and
., .A. J. HACKLEY
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
THfcsubscrtbershavejurtreceived. at their
, old stand on Erie Street a large stock
new goods, comprising a general assortment
eaonable Fancy & Staple Dry Goods,Dry
Groceries, Crockery,' Hard-ware, Stationa
ry, Boots, Shoes, Paints, Oils, Dye-stuffs,
Drugs, Medecines, &c. &c. , .4nd are offer.
ing the above goods as low as they can be pur
chased in the city for cash or available country
produce. Thankful for past favors, we most
humbly iblicit, our l)Rre of public patronage.
- , BrJiiJVUiSii & MOORE."
Maumee City Nov. 17, 1S37. ,r 53tf
" ' 1838 ,
' JAMES WOLCOTT & CO. - -
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
(At the Ware-house formerly occupied by)
James Wolcott, i maumee citt, ohio.
A. J. Hackley,
James Howe. ,
THE subscribers are agents for the fol
lowing Lines, viz:
. r : . I 0N the ERIE CANAL. "
The National Line Agent. A. W,
Johnson, 108, Broad street, New York.
New York and Buffalo, and Utica
Buffalo Lines. Agents, Hubbard it Ellis
foot of Broad street. New York.
Oswego Line, (via Oswego and Welland
Cana s.l Jlerent. K. J. van uowaier, iuu
Broad street. New York. ' ' '
Lakh and River Line, (via Oswego and
Welland Canals,) Agents, Isaac r . smitn
JohnO. Dickev. 119 Broad street, NewYork
The above are among the most efficient lines
engaged in Western transportation, and have
the best possible arrangements for forwarding
goods with safety and uespalcn. '
Merchants in Indiana and up the Maumee,
will insure nromnt attention to their business,
by causing them to bo marked to the care of
nnr House, at this niace. wnen mey mane
their purchases at New York.
JAMES WOLCOTT; U CO.
Maumee City, April 28, 1838. 56
SILKS for dresses, a good assortment by
july 21, SPENCER & MOORE.
" Buy a Broonr" '
t f DOZEN brooms just received and for
1U sale by SPENCER te MOORE,
july 21. ...
TO PRINTERS & MERCHANTS.
TJRINTERS and Merchant can be up-
X plied with paper of vanoiu kind, on op
plication to BALDWIN, & Co.
RA GS taken in exchange for paper.
Sept. 23. . 25tf
rTlHIS day received from sclir. Young
X Leopard, 22 kegs butter ; o bbls do. in
roll : 2 do. fresh eggs ; 25 do. superfine flour,
also, a quantity of mess pork, which will be
sold low for cash by IRA WHITE.
Maumee city, .april b. oatf
RARE chance for a bargain. The sub
scribers, intending to make a change in
their business, will sell their stock of Dry
Goods very cheap for cash. Call and try. t
Jan; 27, 1838.
BENNETT & CAMPBELL,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, No. 3,
Law Buildings, Perrysburg.
Henry Bennett, )
Samuel B. Campbell. ( 44tf
A SUPERIOR assortment of StoneChurna,
Jars, Pots, Jugs, Stove Tubes, and Milk
Pans, just received by ' , i. 59
way u. UOYNTON fa GANNETT.
LUMBER. A quantity of pine
for sale at the Warehouse of,
J. WOLCOTT &Co,
T FIRE I FIRE!! FIRE!!!
J. ROTECTION INSURANCE COM
PANY, of Hartford. Connecticut. The an
desirgned, agent for the towns of Perrysburg,
Maumee and Miami Cities, of the above Com
pany, is now prepared td insure against logs
"r damage by fire, upon as favorable terms as
can be obtained in the State, from anv resnon
sible institution, and every man has now an
opportunity, for a trifling sum. to nrotect him
self against the ravages of this destructive
element, which often, in a single hour,sweep
Bway me earnings 01 many years.
D. C. DOAN.
Perrysburg, March 28, , . ,,1
CARPENTER'S TOOLS By the set or
June 9. W. WiSWELL Sr' CO.
Sl'OONS German silver Tea and Table
Spoons, a beautiful article, cheaper and; e-
quany nanasome witn silver, forsale by
W. WISWELL St C6,
A jMES Spades and Shovels, Hoes, Manure,
-tJL and Hay Forks, log, trace -and halter
cnainsj Dy - i . i .
june 20 G; & W. RICHARDSON.
, G. te
, June So.,
FLOUR & WHISKEY.
bbls. WHISKEY, (rectified.!
fJM. 100 do. Flour, a portion of which is
from the Michigan Mills, for which Michigan
money, (both chartered and wild-cat) will be
receiveu. ,. ror saie 01 tna warehouse or v
... JAMES WOLCOTT & CO.
June 15, .. ... ;.,..;.,., i,,.,. 1J,:,
f. w, lawson. ;;;.
r Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
At the Store lately occupied "by the' Messrs.
Durgenitf, water street. ' 1 ; , ;
June 16; 1838. - iin. .,'t , w ntf
PANTS, vests and roundabouts by .,i ,
:; G. & W. RICHARDSON.
June 30. 1,.:,, w .,..'
MAU3IEE CITY CHARTER.
A , FEW copies of the City Charter for sale
XjL fct this Office. i I !- -.,;( r-.-.r .:: !'!.','
May . (.
OTOVES1 STOVES!! JURtrPi .
O. WILLIAMS fc CO.
TO RENT.The two story white house
on Wolcott street, thn nnvf ..Inn.
T,i W. Crowell's store, on thn samn A r
mestreot. ine house is conveniently fitted
up fortwo families.' .". - ,v : ; . ;-,r;-Also,
the half of a two story dwelling ijext
door to the Commercial Buildings, 00 Wayne et
nw.o mieiy opcup edby Ira
White in the Brick Block, , . .
Terms will be low and
mediately. Aptdy to .,, T.. RKEniii
Com. Build's, Maumee city, July 7. 1S38. JUtf
- . TO PRINTERS.
-m fr m . - . " ,
ytt, balsEa font of email, Pica of
-JL. BuUUL IWA huritirmrl nmm,!. M t
and complete, with Italic and cases, at this of-
Perrysburg & Buffalo
DAILY LINE OF STEAMBOATS.
ARRANGEMENT FOU 18IJ8.-
mHE steamboat ANTHONY WAYNE,
X Amos Pratt, Master, will make her regu
lar trips (weather permitting) in the following
order: i . ".;! ; .( - . '
Leaves Perrysburg Se Leaves Buffalo for To-
Toledo for Buffalo. . ledo He Perrysburg,
Thursday May 3 Sunday - . rfllay
Monday ; ;
,, 9 Saturday '
1, 15 Friday ,, ,
21 Thursday '
2 Tuesday .
20 Saturday .
14 Tuesday , .
20 Monday ; -"
... ! .
: ;ii .
,-, 11 ...
1 Saturday t
ao 1 uesday
12 Saturday , .
24 Thursday '
Saturday . v
30 Wednesday Oct.
. 6 Tuesday
12 Monday " ,- ' .
18 Sunday ,,
' i '
. 0 1 hursday
; i 1
17 1 uesday
JOHN HOLLISTER fc CO,
-ri f,i 1. Agents, Perrysburg. '
The Anthony Wayne is 400 tons burthen,
new and well built, with twenty state rooms,
and a gentlemen's cabin with fifty-two berths :
also a ladies steerage cabin with twelve
berths, and a gentlemen's steerage cabin with
twenty-four berths, which makes her accom
modations equal to any boat on the lake.
She will always leave Perrysburg and Toledo
on the arrival of the cars from Adrian.
The steamboat Anthony Wayne, will leave
Perrysburg on the same day that the Commo
dore Perry leaves Buffalo, and run alternate
ly, agreeable to this advertisement. Arrange
ments have been made with four first class
steamboats, to run in connection with the
above boats, to form a six day line from this
place to Buffalo. !
March o. ' 48tf
1 838. 1
VIA EAGLE MNE.
Steamboats, Ships, Brigs and Schooners,
ON LAKE ERIE, AND UPPER LAKES.
- Treat & Carter, Buffalo,
y Scott h Carter, Cleveland.
' ' Forsvth & Hazard, Maumee City.
Mead, Kellooo & Co., Detroit.
W. Brown, MUwaukie.- . . '..
.' , Hubbard & Co., .Chicago'. . ', ,.' . , '.
A'lA 8WIFTSURE AND ItAILKOAD LINES
of Tow Boats on Hudson river, and in con
nexion with the Mohawk and Hudson Rail
road. .. : A. Van Santvoord, Aeent.
ri : 104 Broad-street, New York.
PILOT, TRADERS, ERIE AND OHIO, AND
' . ' ' EAGLE LINES,,'
ON THE ERIE CANAL!
Affording six Boats daily, from Albany and
Schenectady. For Freight or Passage, ap
ply to 1 heat ti uakter; Buffalo.
H. Wright & Co. Rochester.
' L. Hurd & Co. Rail Road Depot,"
' ','V'..'. 1' Schenectady.
J. KOBINSON, 1 fio
Wm. B.Knox,S " Albany:
J, ' ' P. Grandin,
E. D. ROBINSON;
, D. P.' Parker, ,
BY AMERICAN TRANSPORTATION
ON THE OHIO CANAL.
..... . ,t Scott ii Carter, Cleveland. V J f
v., i i . McElvain & Hunter, Columbus.
' Craighead b Keyes, Chilifothe.
-1 ii Conwav Sc Avert, Portsmouth.'
1 . ! Gazzam & B dtler, Cincinnati.
Mark. Packages, - " Am. Transportation
Co.?! and Ship by " Swiftsure and Railroad
Lines of Tow-Boats." i. u! -r. :
The steam boats and vessels comnriflinir the
above line; are all of the first class, and pre
sent to western merchants, more than ordin
ary facilities for the prompt transmission of
goods. 1 he proprietors are determined that
nothing shall be left undone on, .their part, to
give entire satistaction to those who may fa
yor them with their business. . V .'.k 1 ; ...
. Cohsignments'will be forwarded by trans'
pottatibn waggons, keel and canal boats.from
maumee city to any part ot the Maumee , and
Wabash Valleys without delay.. ... ,., . .
, FORSYTH k HAZARD, !
;J v" '' 'f ' i' ''; Agents k, Proprietors.
March 17, 1839,' . r.-,i.'f r 16?-
1 838 - " ": " t;
CLEVELAND & MAUMEE CITY.
rpHE , S t 1 a m b 0 a t CINCINNATI; J.
X.! iounos,. Masters will run the . ensuinc
season betweenCleveland and Maumee, touch
ing at Black River, Huron, Sandusky, Marble
head, Manhattan, Toledo, and Perrysburg.
.The CINCINNATI haa, the past winter,
undergone thorough repair, i Her engine has
been much improved, which, with ah Aflriit.inn
ef four newtate rooms,, an. enlargemene of
both cabins, and other imorovemHntn rnlMilo.
ted for the eonvenience-pf Passengers,! will
render her accommodations far superior to any
boat of the same tonnage on Lake Erie.
For freight or passage, apply to the .Vn'oior
on Doard,.orto vj'' : . w mak r;tJ"!i. .
..fJ.i.l'G" C; Datis, U Co., Cleveland.
- HotusTEn & Boalt, Sandutkv."
' ' O. Mallori , Marblehead, - ' .7 i
f 1 Peckham U Co., Toledo.?;1 a '
J. HomistbR; & Co. Perrysburg.
- ' ' Smith fc Co Maumee City.
March, 1838 50
MICHIGAN WINDOW GLASS. Any
quantity of all sizes, kept constantly on
hand, warranted free from breakage. : For
sale low, by
4 " : ' G. HE A
Perrysburg June 16.
Perrysburg & Bufllilo
DAILY LINE OF STEAMBOATS.
)y iARRAlVGEMENT FOU 1838.
mHE steamboat COMMODORE O. II.
X PERRYj David Wilkisbn, Master, will
make her regular trips (weather permitting
n the following order : ' ' ' !;
Leaves Perrysburg & Leaves Buffalo for To-
Toledo for Buffalo. leao Perrysburg,
April 30 Thursday
Sunday 1 '('
May 6 Wednesday
; 12 Tuesday
'. 18 Monday
" 24 Sunday
I1 nday .
; 29 Wednesday Aug.
Aug. 4 Tuesday ' ,,
',, 10 Monday ,,
,, . 16 Sunday
. 22 Saturday ' v '
28 Friday "
21 Monday "
3 Saturday "
Oct. ;l 6
t) f riday .
il I uesday
8 Sunday ' ' ';
14 Saturday '' '
,, 20 Friday ,,
JOHN HOLLISTER U CO
' Agents, Perrysburg, .'.
The steamboat Commodore Perry will leave
Buffalo on the same day that the General
Wayne leaves Perrysburg, and run alternate
ly, agreeable to this advertisement. Arrange
ments have been made with four first class
steamboats, to run in connection' with the
above boats, to form a six day liu'j from this
place to Buffalo. ...
The steamboat Commodore Perry is well
known boat, and is commanded by her former
Captain, David Wilkison ; whose reputation
aB a Commander, needs no eulogy.
1 he Commodore has been fitted up lor the
coming season, preparatory to taking her
place in the rank of the first' class of boats on
the lake. No boat is more safe or regular in
March 3. , .. 48tf
WOULD inform the public that he has
taken the shop formerly occupied by
J. Woodruff, where he will keep constantly on
hand a general assortment of Cabinet Furni
ture, Fancy and common Chairs, high post,
French, and common Bedsteads, and all oth
er articles usually called for in his line, and
would respectfully solicit a share of public
patronage. ... . .'
Feb. S4. , ,, 47tf -
MAUMEE CITY HARDWARE
, '. STORE. . , ' ' . . "
W WISWELL & BOYNTON, resnect-
TT 1 fully inform the inhabitants of this city
nnd vicinity that they have arrived from New
York with, and are now opening at the Commer
cial Buildings, a large and general assortment of
Hardware, hollow-ware, ttn-ware and Cutlery.
Their stock,among other articles, consists of the
tuiiowing: . liar, band, and hoop Iron; Eng
ish blister, American and cast Steel: English.
Russia and American sheet Iron; trace, halter
aim joiin vuaina; jDiacKsmnns' vices ana anvils;
snoveis and tongsj scales; Bad and Tailors'
irons; mill, cross-cut, slitting.-wood. circular.
fret-hand, key-hole, back and compass Saws
patent and iron weights, eauco and frying pans,
tea-kettles, augurs, bellows, bellows-pipe, cra-
aie ana grass scythes, sand paper, coltee mills,
crow-bars, hammers, bitts and stocks, wire,
orass Kettles; escutcheon, Norfolk, knob, Ame
rican and brass Door-latches; sickles: dinner,
tea,and cow-bells, brushes, candlersticks, butts
and screws, combs, brads, sparables,- tacks,
wrought and cut Nails, ocks and bolts of all
kinds and sizes; fassets and molasses gates;
Carpenters' rules, squares, bevels, Sec, bat and
cloak pins; powder flasks, percussion locks,
pills and caps; ' compasses; tin trunks, glass
lanthorns, astral and nurse lamps, dust pans:
ever pointed pencil cases; razor strops; sugar
nippers, spirit levels, bed and clothes cords;
snuffers and trays, German silver and iron ta
ble and tea-spoons; waiters; carriage wrench
es; steelyards, hoes, trowels, waffle-irons,
bench-screws, sheet lead, sheet-copper, cooking-stoves
and furniture. : ;T .';li i i
Cutlery Table and Carving Knives and
Forks, steels, jack and pen knives of a superior
quality,., broad axes, adze, planes andirons;
drawing knives, fleams, scizzorB,' shears, and
superfine razors, fcc, together with many oth
er articles too numerous to mention. i The ar
ticles have been selected with great care, add
can be afforded cheap for cash. The public
are respectfully invited to Call and examine. "
maumee Uity, June 5, 18S8.:';;'.' JOtf
- TO WOOL GROWERS, u; "
THE subscriber has procured forthe ac
commodation of the public, a first rate
Double Carding Machine, which he has now
in operation in the Steam, Factory, on Tap-pan-street.
; .. i):i.:-- .M"-ii- - .
: Wool Card wa done in the best manner, and
on reasonable terms. iiwrfi.w-iitH- it
i V-i!:' JAMES-'WOLCOTTi-il.
Maumee City, June 16, 1838. '.illtfii 'i
ISAAC STETSON, Attorney and Coun
sellot at Law, will give punctual attend
ance to the duties of his profession lu Wood
county; and will also attend to the Courts in
the counties of Lucas, Williams, Henry, and
Sandusky.-j Office in Law Buildings, No. J,
ferrysburg. Ufuo, . .,. , 1 - . -.
march zo . . ,-;(:- ' . i'l
: !. WASHINGTON HOUSE, i :
f1he subscriber i would give notice, that he
jl nas taKensaia nouse lormeny occupied
by J. W. Converse, on Canal Street, where he
will at all times be ready to wait upon those
wno may pieaee to give him a call, 'i , ;
CHARLES D, FOSTER.
, Maumee City, June 28, 1933.
HEZEKIAH L. HOSiUER.
ATTORICET AND ' SOLICITOR
ILL' give punctual attention to the du
ties of his profession in the severs.
counties comprising this judicial Circuit. Of
fice in the Commercial Buildings. . . . t
Maumee city Dec. 16, 1837. " 37tf
JL Inflambd EtBs Cured without pain or a!
application of vitriol, and without the least in!
juringthe sight or appearance ot theevo.fc
E. Dean's Chemical Plaster. It is now abr.;
four years since the proprietor introduced thi
plaster to the attention of the afflicted h
effect is not only to prevent inflamation in s7
vere cases of burns and wounds of every de.
senption but to cure inflamation both intern?
and external at any stage of its existence
Its uniform effect in hundreds of cases abnnl
dantly proves that, as yet, no medicine has been
introduced to the public possessing such pow
er to cure inflammatory diseases of every km
not excepting inflammatory rheumatism, salt
flheum, lellone, fever sores, cancers or the in
iormation in the eyes; as the plaster now of"
fored. One very peculiar quality of it 11, that
ft generally relieves the pain in a few hour,
after it is applied. , For sore eyes shut the eve
and put the plaster directly on the eye and
wear it (removing it once in twelve hours and
washing off the matter on the eye with cai
tile soap,) till the inflamation is entirely out
say from three to ten days. The proprietor
never thought of applying it to sore eyes un
til about two years since, when he applied it
to a case in his family and was astonished at
the result. Since then he has applied it in ma
ny severe cases and it has uniformly effected a
cure and leaves the eye natural and free from
any inflamatory appearanoe as though it had
not been sore. He fully believes that almost
every case of sore eyes may be cured by it in
few days, except in cases of intemperance.
Mr.E. Dean. Sir, I have used yourCheni
ical plaster in six cases of fellons, all of which
I cured; also several cases of inflamatory rheu
matism with like good success. , "
' ' THAYER CUMINGS.
Mayville N. Y. August 88, 1837.'. ' ;?
' Mr. E. Dean. Sir, Mr. Rodolphus Brown,
my father-in-law, some time last fall, had a se
vere attack of the inflamation in both eyes, so
that he could not bear the light, and scarcely
see, after using various remedies for three
weeks and his eyes still growing worse, and so
painful that he could not rest day. or night, he
applied your chemical plaster and in a few hours
his eyes were easy, and began to discharge
freely, and the inflamation began to disappear
we continued the plaster for one week remo
ving the inflamation, and his eyes assumed
their former appearance. We also applied in
one of the worst cases of fellon, which afforded
relief in a few hours so that the individual had
a good night's rest. For six days and nights
previous he had not been free from excessive
pain U some of the time he had been so distract
ed, with pain that he had to be held by force
Portland N. Y. Feb. 22, 1837.
Mr. E. Dean. Sir, I have now sold a re
tail about 400 boxes of your Chemical Plaster
and have heard from a great portion of them as
producing the desired effect. Several impor
tant cases in this vicinity which came under
my knowledge, where other medicines had been
tried for years without effect, have been cured.
In fact, I think it one of the most valuable me
dicines for curing inflamatory diseases ever in
vented, aud do think tho suffering of the afflic
ted demand that you should give it a general
circulation, and make its virtues known. ,
ROBERT HOLLISTER, Druggist.
Buffalo, March 1, 1837 , ' :
Mr. E. Dean. Sir, in May last, I put out
two bones in my instep, which laid me up for
six months, so that I could not walk on my foot.
I employed several physicians to no effect, and
in October last I procured a box of your plaster,
which cured my foot in a short time. I hava
applied it to my back also, end received imme
diate reiiet in a case of rheumatism. -
; Molborou'gli, Ulster co. ? vt :o
1 1 N. Y. Oct. 12, 1835.' J ' ..'n;.'W-.(,'.;,.U
' Price i5 cents. For sale by E. Dean, pro
prietor, Westfield, Chatauquc co. N. Y. None
genuine unless signed in his own hand on the
stereotype wrapper. Sold by druggists as
agents in New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh,
and Buffalo. Also by O Williams fc Co.; and
Dr. O. White, Maumee City, and Peck b
Griswold, Perrysburg. - i f-i , ' -
October, 21. ' 9y j.'.
Timothy Seed, juit
A. J. HACKLEY. ;
TEA KETTLES Sheet iron Tea Kittles,
a new Article, for sale by : :
W. WISWELL b CO. ;
WARRANTEE ; DEEDS, ... Mortgage
, Deeds, with a general assortment of
Justices Blanks, for sale at this office. ' , ,.hJ
SASH, leather or Goods, paid for Hide
and Skins, at No. 3, Commercial builds
nigs, by ' . ' ,' ' L. BEEBEE. ;
june 23,,: ':i -f !p';!; -L "-:.:-
SANDWICH Island Molasses,' superior to
any other importation: now offering for
sale by the barrel or gallon, at No. 3, Com
mercial Duuamgs, Dy , ttUjiiisisxi, 1
june 23 .. '"'-,;' .,v,-:;,;,.;;'
INSPECTED Hops for those who prefer
health to ague, for salo at No. 3, Commer
cial buildings, by;'; " ':' L, BEEBEE. !,
having mado arrange
ments to receive, on consignment, a
choice selection, and regular supply , of Gro
ceries, Leather, Books and Stationary, which
are , now offered for sale at No.. 3, Wayne
street, Commercial Buildings, at wholesale and
retail, for cash and prompt pay only. :, -'
vounectea wita lae uuuve, is a good Dun
day School and Tract Depository, embracing
a great variety of hew publications. ; , 4 '
-: . ; , r , L1SVI BEEBEE.
,Mauifned pity, June, .23, 1838. .1.. 13)
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