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ON LAKES ERIK. HURON Ac MICHIGAN,
' STEAMBOATS. , Daniel Webster, Monroe , . -Ohio, . - Pennsylvania, .. Gov, Marcy. , .. . VESSELS. , . Barque Detroit, Brig Q- Charlotte, . " , Indiana, Illinois, .,.' , . Schr. U. States, . , ." Tippecanoe. . EAGLE MHB, - " .j!' ON THE OHIO CANAL. .. ...... HLOT, TRADERS AND ERIE & OniO LINES .... ; i ON THE ERIE CANAL.. . . Composed of 54 boats, running in connec tion withjthe Swift Sure line of steamboats on tbo Hudson Rivor, the .Vohawk and Hudson railroad ; and with the above named, vessels and steamboats on the lake. Three boats daily from Albany", Schcnecta day and Buffalo. " ' " . , ,"' ' Agents. isaniai r. rumor, no vutjin.iuo wy m . -Hiram McCollum, corner of Pearl st. N. Y. E. D. Robinson, b co. No. 15 S. st. ) H Nile"80"' C' No" 03 uay Bt' .Alb'ny L. Kurd, U co. Schcctaday. , ; 1 r , Treat U. Carter, Buffalo. . Barstow, U co. Cleveland h. Ohio city. - Hollieter &, Boalt, Sandusky city. ...... Forsyth & Hazard, Mautnee city. . W.. P. Daniels, U co., Toledo Barnud & Graham, Monroe, Jlfn. ' Mead, Kellogg, k co. Detroit. W. T. P. Little, Saginaw. - 1 . . Herlbut, Saut St. .Vario, Jas. Watson, fcco. Grand River, Mn. .... KchBerfccolGrocnBay'- Wm. Brown, Milwaiikie, W. T. -3. C. Knapp b co. Root River. - Hubbard U co, Chicago J. F. Porter St. Josephs. - H. P. Holbrook, ii co. Michigan city. ... The steam boats and vessels comprising the abovo line, are all of the first class, and pre sent to western merchants, moro than ordin ary facilities for the prompt transmission of goods. The proprietors are determined that nothing shall be left undone on their part, to ed, and to eive entire satisfaction to t.ose 1 sustain the reputation it niinerio uaB acquir who may favor them with their business. . Consignments will bo forwarded by trans. portation waggons, keel and canal boats, from Maumee city to any part of the Maumee and Wabash Valleys without delay. - v FORSYTH it HAZARD, '.V Agents U Propretors. PROSPECTUS of tho Rural Re posiTORTi'devoted to Polite Litera ture, such as Mdral' nnd Sentimental Tales, Original Communications, Biog raphy, Traveling', Sketches, Amusing Miscellany Humorous and Historical Anecdotes, Poetry, &c. &c. On Saturday, the 24th of Juno, 1837, will be issued the first number of the fourteenth volume (fifth new series) of inc jvurai Repository. CoKDrrioNiirfr-The Rural Repository will bo published every other Saturday, in the Quarto form," and will contain twenty-six numbers of eight pages each, with a title page and index to the vol ume, making in me wnoie zuo pages. It will be printed in handsome style, on Medium paper of a superior quality, with good type ; making, at the end of the year a neat and tasteful volume containing matter equal to one thousand duodecimo pages, which will be ,both amusing and instructive in future years. -- Terms. The volume will commence on the 24th of June next, at the low rate of one dollar" per annum in advance, -or one dollar ana fifty cents at the expira tion of three months from the time of subscribing. ''., ;-' ' I' '. Names of subscribers; with the amount of Subsciptions to be sent by the 24th of June or as soon after as convenient, to the publisher. v William B. Stoddard. Hudson Columbia Co, JV.T. 1837. '" Subscriptions for tho above work re ceived at this office, v v , ' HERIFF SALE.-r-Bv virtue of. an exe kJ cution to me directed from the court of common pleas, of Williams county,' Ohio, I Jiave taken, and shall expose to sale, at the door of the court house in Defiance, in said county, on the J Oth day of September next, the south fraction of the south east quarter f section number nineteen, township number four north ranee, number Jour east, containing twenty-nine acres and eighty hundredths of an .acre ; together witn tne improvements thereon taken, aa the property of .Andrew Craig, deceased, to satisfy an execution is sued in favor of Payne C. Parker and Pierce Evans. It will be sold between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. . ; i. URIAH E. DRAKE, Sheriff' of Williamt county, Ohio, r Defiance, August 1, 1637. IStds It EADY MADE CLOTHING. A prime lot, for sale by - ' i Bov n tow b. GANnrrr, Front t: August 5, 1837. . . . .. I8w3 frgiOOTS. A superior quality of Calfskin, JUJ and stout Neats Leather Boots, for sale cheap by BotntoM b Gankett, Front st. August 5, 1837.; - .,: .Ww " SASH AND BLIND FACTORY. rTlHE subscriber has jupt established. !n JJ. Maumee City,- a manufactory of Sash, Blinds and Doors, and is now. able to supply any quantity or size of the same at short no tice, and on the most favorable terms. He has no hesitation in saying, that the articles manufactured by him, shall be equal to any made in this country, and be promises tnat in lowness of price, he will not be outdone. " - Shop at the corner of Johnson and Summit streets, Maumee City, where all orders will be thankfully received, and punctually met. J. F. SHEPARDV Aug. 19.-. .-"-...,: i .--! 20tf V f Barre' Superfine Flour, Just re ii W eeived and for sale at the Ware house. " , , - BINGHAM 6c FUREY. t; . Port Miami, July 1 1837. : . 13tf ff LBS. Hums nnd shoul . J f W ders, also 50 kegs lard, for sale by BINGHAM fo FUREY. iami City, July 28. 1837. . - 17tf ' STOVES V STOVES iV STOVES 11 f" ffTlHE subscriber has this day received Jj by the schr. Caroline an assortment of patent premium, ana penocc premium cook ing stoves, which, although but lately introdu ced into market, they have acquired a circu lation and reputation unexampled in the an nals of stove Jiistory, The above stoves are consigned 'to the subscriber to sell low for cash. Persons wanting stoves will do well to call and examine for themselves before par ching elsewhere. . . ; ,. . ... , - C. D. WOODRUFF. Also, on hand a quantity of Nob. 1, 2, and .1, Rotary cooking stoves, which will be sold at the usual prices. , "' . ...:-. C. D. W. i Pcrrysburg, July 13, 1837. - "17 WOYNTON fc GANNETT, have for sale J J cheap for cneh, a largo assortment of Cow Bells, Grass Sythes, Hay Forks, cut Saws. Mill Saws. fcc. kc. ' - Maumee city, July 1, 1837. v- , 13tf fill O all whom it may concern ; the subscri- Q bcrs will offer at auction at the warehouse of White k Kirtland 2 o'clock P. M. on Sat urday the first day of Septembor next, the fol lowincr articles which have been held subiect to charges and order"of owners since the close of Navigation 1HHG. Richard Haldwin I Boxes of Household Ooods. Geo. w. Taylor 1 15ox of ' Books. No name 1 Waggon, one-Lot Hcythes, one Keg hed It Shot, sundry arti cles witout name or charges except storage, DANIEL COOK. F. E. KIRTLAND. Maumee city. July 20, 1837 I? STRAY HORSES. Taken up by the -I subscriber on the 24th inst. one large gray horse about seven years old, branded on each shoulder, also one .bay horse, about five years old, black mnne and tail about middling size. The ownereis requested to prove prop erty pay charges and take them away. J. .W. .CONVERSE. .Vaumee, July 20, 1837. " : . 17tf ATTACHMENT NOTICE. ALL persons interested will take notice that, at my instance, a writ of attach ment was this day issued by William D. Hay maker, a Justice of the Peace of Defiance township, in Williams county, and state of Ulno, against the goods and chattels, rights 1"'1 credits, moneys and effects of Ira An prows, art abscondi: ng debtor. KUDUS K115Bi:K. 10t0 July 3, 1837. 15000 Deer Skins, 10 ton " of, Rags, wanted by v. .wuumturi. Pcrrysburg, Aug. 12. .". . lOtf WILLOUGHUY UNIVERSITY. Me dical Department 1837-8. The Lectures at the Institution will commence on the first Monday of October next (2d,) when the Hon. RALPH GRANGER, President of the University, will open the season with an appropriate address. , The different professors will subsequently commence theirrespective courses ; the whole term being sixteen weeks. ' :-' - professors 1 " ' ' ' II. A. Acklut, M. D., Professor of Anato my and Physiology.. A..TRowniuDOE, M. D.. Professor of Sur gery and Medical Jurisprudence. " ' ' Danicl L. M. Peixotto, M. D. Professor oftheorv and practice of Physic and Obstetrics J. Lano Casselb, M. D., Professor of Chemistry. . W. M. Smith, M. D., Professor of Mate ria Medica and Pharmacy. - ' S. W. Henderson, Demonstrator of anatomy . The College buildings will be in complete readiness to accommodate students and give them every facility for pursuing their studies, especially in the Anatomical and Chemical Departments. . -The dissecting rooms are ample and well supplied, and a good Anatomical Museum will illustrate the course of the professor of that branch. , . A General Museum is' being formed under the auspices of Professor Casselb. - - ' ' Sixteen hundred dollars worth of books is being added to the Library.. By order. . , ,..J. LAJfO CASS ELS, Secyand Dean of the Faculty. Willoughby, Cuyahoga Co. O.lug. 12. 19 MERINO Shawls and Drees Silks, for sole low by SMITH & CROWELL. i July 15, 1837. ... 15tf N CONSIGNMENT. A quantity of Pork, which will be sold low for cash only, by , WHITE KIRTLAND. Maumee City, Julys, lam. .. . 14 ROAD TAXES FOR 1837. The amount of Road Tax levied for the year 1837, is thirty cents on the hundred dollars which may be discharged by labor on the roads un der the direction of the supervisors of the sev eral districts at the rate of seventy five cents day. a SAMUEL, M..,OUNU, r ,. ,. ,,,.,, r,T Auditor, Lucas county, Ohio. , Supervisors are requested to pursue the fol lowing form in making out their certificates, viz: '- "" ' ' .' .. .. , Township 'il Road district No. ' 1837. It is hereby certified that 'i -'-n .- has per formed labor on the public highways under my direction, at the rate of seventy five cents per day, between the first of April and the first of October, to the amount of dollars and - cents, in discharge of his tax for the year 1887. ' . .? ' -r. . A B Supervisor, . July .0, 1037. ," ',...)': -: .-. lu UST RECEIVED from steamboat Oli ver Newberry, and for sale for cash only. a quantity of Butter, Lard, llama and Shoul ders. Also, fotatoes. j . . , . WHITE & KIRTLAND. .. July 4, 1837,:,. ,; , :. ,.- .,,., i4 , srfcN CONSIGNMENT. A quantity of su- Jr nerior HAMS, lust received and for sale low for cash only, by G. C. NOBLE. . July 8, iif7. ' '. Mtr , (TtaN CONSIGNMENTSix tons Grind -rStones, and for ste by : '.' - - WHITE KIRTLAND June 20, 1837- wti i.tit- U POST Ofl'ICB fiOTlCE. HE Post Office at Maumee City is open for the delivery of letters from 7 o'clock A. M. to V tr. m. except on Sundays, on which day it will be opened from 9 to 10 A. M. and between 1 and 2 o'clock P. M. ..' .. ..'.' The Ecutexn and Northern Mail arrives and denarts every day, and the Wettern or Fort Wayne Mail arrives on Tuesdays and Satur days at o r. Jxi, ano aeparts every wednes day and Sunday at 8 A M. , , , CHA8. C. P. HUNT, P. M. Maumee City, July 1, 1837. " 14tf ' Shingles; In quarter 19WW bunches, superior article, for sale by ; - . , , ;,. WHITE St KIRTLAND. July 1, 1837.: : " : V 14 ' 111118 DAY received from the schooner JsL Loui - Je nkins,. Two Hundred Barrels Superfine Flour from the Akron Mills, a su perior article, and for sale by ' , WHITE & KIRTLAND. 'July 8, 1837". ' x ... 14 r w inf E BEANS WuBt received and for sale at $4, per bushel, by illiNUllAM f'UrUSY. July 8,-1837. . i4tf RECEIVED this day from the steamboat . - c n u j t j on consignment WHITE KIRTLAND. . July 4, 1837. 14 TOR SALE OR TO BE LET. " ) A " TAVERN STAND in Monclova," a aL pleasant village on the banks of Swan Cieek,fourmilesfrom1faumee City. Thees tablishment consists of a two story blockhouse, two good barns and other out buildings, enclo sed in a good and sufficient manner, and all in a good condition for the entertainment cf trav ellers. The place" will be sold cheap and the terms made easy, .wonclova is situated at the point where the roads from 7bledo to Indiana and from .Uaumee to the six mile woods cross each other, and the Tavern stands upon the corner. Enquire of the subscriber at the Steam Juw in Jnaumee. DANIEL KETCHUM "Jr. Monclova, July 22. 16tf NEW AND CHEAP GOODS. , HE subscribers have lately received in addition to their former Stock direct from Boston and New York, and are now open' ing at their Store, corner of Front and Kings bury streets, and nearly in front or the JKP' person House, A large and general assort' ment of Merchandise, "consisting of Dry Goods Groceries Hardware Cutlery Crockery Ware. Boots Shoes ana KatB, Cotton Bat ting Stc. Also Hollow Stone and Tin Ware A large assortment of Ready made Clothing. Also Paints and Oil, Sperm Oil Sec &c. togeth er-with many articles too numerous to men. tion. .-- ; .1 . . : , .', ; All of which will bo Sold as low as can be bought at any Store in this city (no mistake) lor real pay. . j BOYNTON fc GANNETT. Maumee City, June 81, 1837. 12tf TQ71 LOUR. 100 barrels superfine Flour, XL just received and for sate by . R. HASTINGS. Miami City', July 1, 1837. .... . 13tf BUILDING LOTS IN WATERVILLE. I HA VE not laid out my property into town lots, but will sell a few pieces Of the same, of from one fourth of an acre to an acre, from the front part of my place in Waterville.: The property which I offer, lies adjoining the plat ot the town and in the pieasantest part Of the place. My object in offering this property, is to induce persons wishing to settle,' to make Watervtlle a place of residence, and the sale will be made with particular reference to pre sent improvement. ' ' Enquire of I. Stetson Esq. m Perry uburg, Reed & Ilosmer, Attornies in Maumee City, or to the subscriber on the premises.' - . H. REED. Waterville, June 23, 1837- . 12tf EW AND CHEAP GOODS The sub scribers are now receiving direct from New York, and opening at their new store, three doors east, pi the post oUice, a large and general assortment of merchandize, consisting of dry goods, groceries, hard-ware, cutlery, queens-ware, books, boots, shoes, hats, .and bonnets. . . . .... .. ... - . Also a large and general assortment of drugs medicines, paints, and dye-stuffs, ... ,.CASTIJQS Such as hollow-ware zni stone ware. . - All of which will be eohj extremely ; low for the ready, such as cash or country produce. .There is also a tin and copper factory con nected with the above establishment; where the public can always be accommodated with ware whole. sale and retau also with job work at the shortest notice and best style. Now as the subscribers flatter themselves that in quality and quantity their stock is. not surpassed by any in the Maumee valley; and as they intend malting Maumee city their per manent residence, they hope tq share with their friends and the public in a liberal, pat ronage. . O. WILLIAMS, St co. Maumee city, June, loa.. . "'it TT OOJC4T TJiS-2-000 pair boots and Sut shoes, and 12 doz. palm leaf hats also a tew cases silk, tur and wool nats tor sale oy O. WILLIAMS, it eo. CKER & KANADY Have Just re ceived at the new store; In the Hotel Buildi ngs, a large and well selected assortment of goods, direct from the city of New York ; comprising fine, superfine, and common broad cloths, cassimers, satinetts.a great variety of summer ' cloths, and Buffalo cloths, trench muslins, calicoes, ginghams silks merinos, bom bazines, cambrics, mull and book muslins, lace, edgings, ladies cravats, elastic -aprons, silk oil cloth aprons, a Variety of dress and pocket handkerchiefs, stocks, merino shawls, merino edgings, brown and bleached shirtings, wad dings and battings, "t ' .' 1 - - . . -' A general assortment of family groceries oomprismg tea, eoltee, pepper, spice, cloves, nutmegs .muecavado and lumpsugars.molassei. codfish, soap, rice, ginger, raisins, chewing and smokng tobacco and lamp oil. Also a very extensive assortment of hats, a superior article of brush and silk hats of New York manufacture ; also hats of any quality and price, manufactured by them ex pressly for this market, and for sale whole sale and retail. -' '? ; )',,) - Also a general assortment of ready made clothing, for summer wear and a fewpieces, of carpeting.i i!r ; :,.. ;;, 7 (.,.... v Respectfully soliciting a share of pub- 110 patronage, tney jiope to give general sat- isfactlon, (,-'' -i:'- 1 ,-ri .1... . Maumee city, June 10, 1837. :-T lOtf WASHINGTON HOUSE. The sub scriber would gi ve notice that his house is open for the accommodation of travellers and Boarders, on Canal-street, nearthe Stenm boat Landing,. whers he will be happy at all times to 1 male the sojourn of his gnestsi as agreeable as possble. '4 ,,1 . ., ,-. . ..i.i , ,. J. , m VOJWERSE. ilauiiiee city, April 8, 1837. 2tf" e'piemlid article of common prayer books x Jl and iuUV-.-. : of the church, for sale by ' 'SMITHS, CROWELL. Maumee city, June 8, 18371.;:" ; Otf ' BEADY MADE CLOTinNG constantly on hand and for sale at the new store in the Hotel buildings, - , t ACKER k KANADY. "' Maumee City June 24 1837 - 12tf CAKPETINO FOR KALE BY ACKER & Kanady, at their new store in the Ho tel Buildings. , , - . .Vowmee. June, 1837. " - lOtf "MTHITE BEANS-Just received, and for w sale by R. HASTINGS;. Maumee City, July 1. 1737. 13lf HATS. . TWENTY cases Fur Hats, jiiBt received at the new store in the Hotel Buildings and for sale Wholesale or Retail. Merchants through the country are invited to call and -examine these Hats, as they were, manufactured by Acker U Kanady expressly for this mar ket, and as they intend to establish a Hat Mamiactoryia this city, they would be pleased to supply merchants through the country here after, with Hats of their manufacture. ACKER & KANADY. Maumee City, June 24, 1837 12tf ;; DISSOLUTION The partnership hereto fore existing between the subscribers, ' under the name and firm of Johns, Allen, Si co, is this (lav dissolved by mutual consent, it is ne cessary therefore, that the. accounts of the late firm be closed as soon as possible. Per sons holding claims will present them imme diately for settlement; and those owing, will, wo hope, call without delay, on C. Alien, or Enock II. Gibbons, who are authorised to settle the same. '- JOHN C. ALLEN. ENOCH. GIBBONS. X. B. The business of the late firm of Johns, Allen. & co. will hereafter he condu cted' un der the name and firm- of Allen Gibbons. . , John t A M.Eit, . Enoch II. Gibbons, Maumee. June 3, 1837. . lOtf mTOTICE. All those indebted to the sub' XHI scriber, either by Bond or Note, are re quested to. call and liquidate, nr renew the same ; and all those having Book accounts un settled, are requested to call and adjust the same withoot hex at, and give their notes, if they cannot make it convenient to pay the money.- Those who disregard this cull will not be longe : indulged. . JOHN E. HUNT. .Vaumee city, April 8, 1837. 2tf 1k CASES ready -made clothing at whole- sale cheap tor cash, by . t.r SMITH & CROWELL. Maumee city, June 3, 1837. , ' ' . 9 tf WUST RECEIVED from the schooner 9m Young Leopard, and for sale , -.'. OHO busliels corn, ; . . '! ISO do oats. " " 600"' " do do schr Geauga ' " WHITE Sf KIRTLAND. July 8, 1837.- : 14 BROADCLOTHS, CASSIMKKKS, SAT TINETTS and Summer Cloths told and made up if required-, and 'warranted to fit at tho new store in the Hotel buildings. . ACKER & KANADY, Maumee City June 24 1837 , .. 12tf COD FISH and Mackerel, for Bale by . BOYNTON U. GANNETT. Maumee City, June 24, 1837. V4U TJEFFERSON HOUSE, Erie Street, tP Maumee City, by r - aprilH . H. STEELE. O LET Four "new two-story Houses, pleasantly situated in Maumee city. Apply to - apnl 'ii : 4 . It. g: Hazarp. " BBLS' PORK, for sale cheap J.U1F by C. A. WILLIAMS. ! Port Miami, May, 12. 7 tf. l"AJOTICE Is hereby given, that a protest, il sicned bv a larsre number of free-holders of the county of Lucas, in tho state of Ohio, has been filed In the office of the clerk of the court of common pleas of said county .remonstr ating against the decision ot the commissioners annointed bv the General assembly of the state of Ohio, to locate the seat of justice of said county and setting forth that the commission ers,aforesaid,have overlooked the true and per manent interests- ot-the eouqty that tney have reiected propositions the most favorable to the county, wherby the good people there of would be greatly relieved from a heavy tax- tion, their public grounds secured upon the etsgible site.and their public buildings erected free of any cost to them. , That' they have chosen a point far removed from the. centre of, the county possessing no advantages ne cessary to be possessed by a point chosen for such purpose 'inconvenient to the great body of the people of the county, and highly detri mental to their interests. ' And farther : No-I tice is hereby given that an application.' will be made, at the ensuing sessidn of the general assembly, for a review of the said decision, and for the appointment of commissioners to re locate the seat of justice aforesaid, on an elli- gible and proper site. '". ' K rMaumeerMay 26, 1836 ;, f - , , 8tf . "WAY & YOUNG Attornies and Coutt 1TJL sellors at Law, Maumee city, Lucas county , Ohio. ' ' ' JJvTO. M. JuA Y. . June 3, 1837 ., ii;'? ; , ; ; 9tf NEW TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT. ' IT1HE subscribers would inform the inhab ML Hants of Maumee city and its vicinity, that they have entered into co-partnership in the Tailoring business, under the firm of Case and wVeacham, ... They have takqn a shop in the second story of the building recently erect ed by Messrs Williams and St Clair, directly over their Dry Good and -Drug Store, on the west corner of Erie and Conant streets. From long experience in the business, and by strict attention to style and lasinon, they rlati ter themselves that their work will give satis. faction to all who shall be pleased to patronise them. Their charges will correspond with the quality of style and amount of work laid out on the garment, and they are determined that for neatness, style, despatch and prices, their establishment shall not be surpassed by any in the State. They therefore solicits share of public patronage. " - i 1 j (-'.' i 'o v ; I i.G bokoi S Case. i j",' - , , - Jvejn 8 Meaoham. , ' .Maumee city, une 17,1837. ; , llm3 T ECEIVED this day from the -steamboat M.9 Cincinnati, iweniy-nvs oarreisoi super fine Flour on consignment,- - b ... WHITE fe KIRTLAND. -July 5, 1837. , 14 , FAMILY SUIF GROCERIES. GC. NOBLE, Commission Grocer, De- troit street, has just received, and keens constantly on hand a general assortment of Groceries and Provisions, consisting of Pork Flour Bacon Teas Sugars and all the ar ticles usually kept by dealers in his line. He has . also . a BAKING ESTABLISH-, MENT connected with his Store, where may he had at all times Fresh Bread Pilot Bread Crackers fcc. Also a general assortment of Ready made Clothing Boots aia noes nats Sic; ' rv;..'.' K . '-,'.;.; :! .N B A few dozen Sparkling Champaigne. Maumee City, June 24, 1837. 12tf. ROAD CLOTHS & CASSIMERES, for sale low by - : - r '! . f. . c t , SMITH St CROWELL. Maumee City, June 3, 1837. ,. . , 9tf COOK STOVES. Fifty cook stoves of various patterns, for sale cheap for cash by , , . . C.-D. WOODRUFF. , Perry sburg, June 3, 1837, . Otf CALL and examine for yourselves 200 pieces of French, English, Scotch, and domestic calicoes and ginghams for sale at O. WILLIAMS. Stco June, 1338,. ...... . " . "TfATOTICE. Those whohave claimsagainst Xk the late James Donnkm.v, are request ed to present the same, duly authenticated, within three months from this date, or be bar red from the benefit of a certain assignment made bv said Donnally, in favor ot his credi. tors : and all those indebted to the said James Donnelly, are requested to make immediate payment to me, as his legal representative. CHARLES C. P. HUMT, Auignee. Maumee city, April 8, 1837. . 2tf H CASE broad cloths and sattinetts, of dif- J. ferent colors and qualities, for sale at the cheap cash store, by . SMtTII Ac CROWELL. Maumee city,. June 3, 1837. 9tf PADES & SHOVELS. Six dozen shov kJ els, 6 dozen spades, for sale by CD. WOODRUFF. ' Pcrrysburg, June 3, 1837. . 9 tf .. ripLVIOTHY Ac CLOVER SEED, just JB. reoeiveu oy . opril 22 .. White St Kirtlawd. V HI I E Ac KIRTLAND mm d Stnraire. Forwarding ano Cummuiwn Jicrchantt, Foot of Marine street, Maumee Uity, UI110. , . IRA WHITE, april 22 v "' F. E. KIRTLAND. A ROGER Y Ac PROVISION STORE.- JC C. A. Williams is now receiving at his store at Port Mi ami Flour, tretnlsutter, Cheete, Maple Svgar, Liqvbri, and a general assortment ot nil kinds 01 Uraneriet and l'ro vitioiu, which he will sell on the most reason able terms. ... 2tf april 8, CAUTION.-AII those indebted to the subscriber, either by note or book account are requested' to call and settle the same, to satisfaction, or the demands will be left; with proper authority for immediate collection. BUN.). U. UUf a JJ. May 25, 1835. ' 8tf m HASTINGS has for sale at his estab lishment, in Miami city, a well select ed assortment of Groceries and Provisions, which he offers to the public at low prices, for prompt pay. march 520 lOtlW J- J. BINGHAM, For- sf warding- and Commution Merchant, Agent for the N. Y. and Michi gan, and Transportation Lines, on the Erie Canal, and. the Albany and Oswego Line. . " . Perrysburg, Ohio, March 25. 1 GOACH shop at maumee city The subscriber is now ready to receive orders in his line of business, at the .Mechan ic's Exchange, on the corner of Johnson and 8ummit-Streets, in .Maumee City. He will build any wheel carriage, from a Wheel-bar row to a Post-coach, ' N. B. All orders thankfully received, and promptly attended to. , x. 1. wuuLiiiur r . Jlfaumce City, .Varch 25, 1837. 1 t QOW HUNT Ac CONVERSE, 1 C5tS Storage, Forwarding and Commiiiion Merchantt, would inform their friends and the public, that they nave estiu lished themselves as above, foot of Dudley street, .Vaumee city, Ohio. '. - april 8 J. W. CONVERSE. WHARF TO RENT. To rent For the ensuinir year, a. Wharf of 800 feet in length, on Wolcott's plat. put in last.aumaier, by the . subscriber. , is weu aoapmui ior. a Wood or Lumber yard.' f or terms apply 10 T; ;v, .,. i-rjf..; HlNGHAM. v ENTLEMAN'S FINE BOOTS AND BKO jf trans, ladies French, kid and seal slips, gaiter boots, children's coarse and fine shoes, also, a small qnantity 01 India wooer 0001a ana shoes for sale bv SMITH St ROWELL. Maumee. Jane. WM. lUtl PFIRE! FIRE!! FIRE! I ! - ROTECTION INSURANCE COM PANY, of Hartford, Connecticut. Tho un desirened. agent for the towns cf Perrysburg, Maumee and Miami Cities, of the above Com pany, is now prepared to insure against loss or damage by fire, upon as favorable terms as can be obtained in the State, irom any respon sible institution, and every man has now an opportunity, for a trifling sum, to protect him- Belf against" the ravages of this destructive element, which often, in a single hour, sweep away the earnings of many years. f - ! D. C. DOAN. " Perrysburg, March 28,. 1837. 1 WANTED A number of Journeymen ' Carriage makers, at the Mechanic . Exchange, to whom liberal wages will be. given. T. T. WOODRUFF. . march 25 ' '.'"' ' TfATOTICE is hereby given, that an election Jjl for Officers, of the "Marengo Company,! win be holiien at Marengo, on Monday the 3d. day of July next. A punctual attendance is requested,' ; ' . :, : . , : d. w. deshler, , . ,v , , f D. WOODBURY, ; . 'VJ :. :-i JQg j H LARWELLV ' V: Mi; n'l ;.';. Directors of the Company. ' ..May, 25, 1837. ; j I: ., 1 Stf , . ON CONSIGNMENT. ' ' 8 Cases boots and brogans also, harness, saddles, bridles, halters, martingals, whips and lashes,, which will be sold unusually low by '., .-mi 1 a, tttuwiiLjU Maumee June, 1837. lOtfl 1837- STEAM BOAT OLIVER :KEWBEIiRT..i . CAPT. ANSON REED, j ., ,v ' , WILL hereafter run direct from Maumee Perry sburg, .Toledo and Manhattan, to Buffalo, touching at the intermediate ports, wind and weather permitting. , Leaves Mau mee river every Monday morning, and Buffa lo every Thursday. ' For freight or passage apply to themaBter on board, t to , , . 1 J. Holustbb S-Co., Perrysburg, . . : Whits & Kirtland, Maumee, , Pkckham As Co., Toledo, , ;' ' Corn well; For Co., Manhattad ''!: A. H. Sooville; Buffalo'. ; a June 17, 1837. 1 : v ; r ! lltf THE Stoamboat MONROE, burthen 370 tons, Capt. S. F- ATWooD. on the open ing of navigation, will run in the following order: . , . .., ' Leave Buffalo every Wednesday morning) for Detroit. ' Leave Detroit every Saturday morning for JUaumee city, ' - ,: r .0 ;i 1 Leaves Maumee city every Saturday, at 6 o'clock, p. n. precisely, for Buffalo, touching at Perrysburg and Toledo. ..:. For freight or passage apply on board, or to FORSYTH k HAZARD. .Vaumee city, March 25, 1837 '' I' ' " 1887. . CLEVELAND AND PERRYSBURG. , THE steanvboat CINCINNATI If. Bradley, Master. ' 'This boat will run the remainder of the 'season between Clnt land and Perrythurg leaving each place ev ery third day touching at Miami City,. To ledo, Sandusky, Huron and Black River.., . Leavet Cleveland at hilf jhuI 8 o'clock A. M.Juy 1 4 7 10 13 16 19 22 25 28 31 1 August 3 6 9 12 15 18 81 24-27 80; September 2 5 8 11 14 17 20 23 20 29 October 2 5 8 11 14 17 20 23 20 29. ;! , Leavei Perrysburg at half.past six o'clock A. M. July 3 6 9 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 August 2 5 8 11 14 17 20 23 26 20 Sep tember 1 4 7 10 13 16 79 22 25 28 Octo ber 1 4 7 10 13 16 19 22 25 28. fV -AOBNTS. ' v.r J. HotLisTER & Co., Perrysburg, ' Peokham tt Co,-Tledo .; Hollister & BoaLt, Sandusky, , . R. Winslow, & Co., Cleveland. , Maumee City, July 1, 1837. . 13tf ARRANGEMENT FOR 1837. HE Stoamboat COM. PERRY, D. Wii.kison, Master, on the opening of navigation, will commence running in the following order : ' ' : " : "- The weather permitting, will leave Buffalo every Monday evening, for Detroit and Per rysburg. ... ,.,.). Leaves Detroit every Thursday morning and Perrysburg every Thursday Afternoon, for Buffalo." ;. - For freight or passage, apply on board. -' March 7, 1837, ... . : : l 'i The Steam Packet SU1M, C. K. BENNETT, Master, ' -(; HAVING been fitted up in good style, by its proprietor, has commenced her regu lar trips from Perrysburg to the Maumee Bar. touching (whenever the interests of the pub lic shall require) at Maumee, Miami city, East Perrysburg, Marengo, Oregon, Toledo, and Manhattan. '" 'i h ' ii It is the intention to run her till further now tice be given, two trips a day. She will leave Perrysburg in the morning, at half past seven o'clock, and.Manliattan or Toledo, at half past 10, and in the afternoon she will leave I'errys.- burg at 2, and Manhattan or Toledo, at 5. '' "N. u. 'Freight will be delivered to the con- 11. niii.MMi t , irropriaor, . , . .Perrysburg, May 25, 1837. . ,. ; , ,. 8 tf. r.T..'1'r.'nii n - Innw FORSYTH At HAZARD,' tim M Forwarding- and Commit-. sum, MerchaiUt, Maumee city, Ohio, 'would inform their friends and the public, that they, have established themselves as above. All business entrusted to their care, shall be exe cuted with fidelity and despatch. - j " . .: JAU3 n. ruiwiin, v GEORGE 8. HAZARD, r. Maumee city, natch 25, 1837; . . Vl .! WILLARD V. WAY, ' Attorney and '. Countelkr at Law, f prrysburg, Ohio. Perrysburg, April 22. h - - -.m?i.'.'4 FARMS TO RENT. Several firs. w Farms for rent, if applied for soon.-' . Likewise a quantity of unimproved lands. ;" - JOHN E. HUNT. ' ; i Maumee city; April 8, 1837 c u Vi ,3tf: DISSOLUTION The co-partnership heretofore existing between the sub scribers, . under .the. firm of Woodruff r Spafford, is this day dissolved, by mutual con- sent. " The notes and accounts are' with C. D. Woodruff for collection. All persons indebted will call immediately and pay up, or they will ' find their accounts in the hands of some person, . legally authorised to collect them. V C.D.WOODRUFF, .:r.,. v:i .-in. j m. SPAFFORD. :J! -The Copper, Tin, Sheet Iron As Hardwftra' business will be continued as heretofore by ' C. DWp9DRUFF,;.jf t - Perrysburgh, May 7th, 1837. . ; . r GROCERY AND PROVISION STORSc . general assortment ot groceries and pro visions constantly on hand, and for sale by ALLEN As GIBBONS. ' tYont st. juaumee cuy,-Mnt o,. vseli iwu "SAAC STETSON,1 Attorney and Couw, JL teuor at Imw, will give punctual attend- .. ance to the duties of his profession In Wood' county; and will also attend to the Courts lit. the counties of Lucas,' Williams, Henry, and; -Sandusky., Office in Law. Building. No. 1, Vn Perrysburg, Ohio. V-.i.L : . ' turn SSL... " -. v .