Newspaper Page Text
, . '' , ..
, , . pli.
. ,.. , 1 it
, 4 io
: : 1 , 1 fi,
, i hi
: 1 : ti
' ." h
ì . .,
, . ,,i 4 . d
- 1, - v
1 ,'''' 1: ' Pi
1 ": t 1
, ,i. ., .' ,
1 i ' "' f
i . . '. 1 '- l'
4 o, . v.,i
4 . I $ 1. i
I 4 .4414 '. a
i ' 144 - 4 :
f i . 4 1 4 r
d' ; t
1 . - I t
j 1 I 1
i I 1: 1
, . 1
'', . ,, '4 , -4' I
1 1 . t r
t r : i. . ,31 1
1 i i ,, ,,
1 ' - 1 ,, : i
: i ) ,
''. . 1
, 1 1.' t
A . ' 4
',4 ., I
i Ir 't
r, r , C
, - ',' I
't 1 , ,Ý1
t i 4 '' .
1 - r
4 ' ' ;
;,,,i; ,,, . ' t
4.- f ' Z
1 , 'i. I
1 ; '
i - I ' -4
; .f ; -,
1 i 11; .. rz,1
i : 4
r'.75.N 4, ,
oi. -,' ,
,, 4 1
, ; , .
0 ; Il
'. ,, . .
t ''.. ',:...:, ., . 4 r ,
''''','. 1. ': ' '4:4 ' i
1 '. '''.. 4 , : ; :'.4, : ''''? . ''',
'', ;a' '2k. ' . , :lel
' , ', ; . ',.' .4 .,'.' , ,Olk
1 i ''' ., '''131
1 ....... : &sal
E.. 44f-i :, :. ill!
4' ,",',',!",..,4, ... ' , , ,. v
I . . . . f .:: - ; : '' , ail
1, , r.- '..9 ,' ea
.,,, l';:--,..,; :- , Ireo
.:,1,',4.. '., ' Air
,.',,, . , 4fec
. t. , . - ' t
' - if ,,-- ' -.. I
i' ,- . 7',. '
- ,.-- - - ; '.,, ,
,,,, -,... ,.. ; , )
, ., -; !., ri 1 1
- . ..
J ..incomovemsonstame ,
- 'DI. WILLIAM EVANS. ., FASHIONABLE ITAILORING I
41 S 0071111:V0 S Y SUP. . roam W.',NE.WBURGII, would rtc,
- P:SPOR CRILDREN'TEETHINal .
PRIPARK0 ST. gillaiLLY ' . ILIV epectbily inform his old friends and
- the pahlio in general, that be rallies on
To Mothers 0 nð Nurse. the above, business in len ile we'iouIl
Th pftssage bf Ott 'teeth through. the gums .1.
...ranches, one door East of J. t. Smith'.
Y'predisces tmithlesorne and dangerous aymi1411119 Store. where he otty at all time, be
' it is kuown by re-othere that there is peat irrit-
aeon in tits mouth mid gums during this pro , Mood to attend 101111 work tntrusted to
reset. The gums well, the tecretion of the mils I hint. ile natters himself it will be
itis is inereased.the child is seized with frequent done as durable, neat and fashionable,
, ond midden fits of !vying. vratching, sterting in ; a it Ctill be done in the country. ae he
1It sleep. and stattsuisof peceliar parts; the child d
Men s at air times to keep in his env
s' isiorieks with extreme violettee, and thrusts its
s fingers intuits month. If these precnrsary spars- ploy good competent workman, and hie
touts are not speedily alleviated,spesmodie cone ; means to-receive therashione isatcply
vulniens univemelly supervene, and goon cause provided for. ,
-the dissolution of the meet. 1r mothers who
To accommodate his friends in the
have their little babes aeticted with these dips I
; tressing symptoms would apply Ds. William , couldn't he will take nearly elk-kind Of
Emu's S'oothing S) rue, which has preserved count ry.. produce. -., 44,
." hundrede of infants when thought Past 1.13etiv"' 1 N Is nne or two apprentices wan.
p ft v ,o,
ry, from being soddenly attacked with that fe-
I tee' Immediately to learn the Tailoting ,
,-tsi malady convulsions. ,
Allis infaitible remedy has preserved hnns . business. Boys between the age or 15
. dreds when thought past recovery, fiotri con. and 16, would be preferred. They must
- velsious. As soon u the Syrup is rubbed OR be of good character, as recommendro.
-the gums, the child will recover. . This prepare tions of industry, honesty, and- sobritr
ation is so innocent, so efficacious, and so plea .
try, will be required. - .
eants that no child will refuse to let its gums be
-.rubbed with it. Vhen infants aro at the age or Canal Dover, Aug. 15, 1939. tr.
i'-fourmontits, though there is no appearance o .
teeth, ens bottleof the'syrup shot id be newton CA NTON FEMALE S EM INA II.V.The
''' the guntsio open the pores. Parents should ne- Truetees ot this institution would re
, Vet be without the amp in the nursery where : spectfully ittrorm its mesons and the public
'- there are yciung childrenjor ir a child wakes generally, that the school will be petted for the
sle the night with pain tu the gems, the Spite reception ofpupils enthe ist day of August next,
t immediately gives sago, by opening the pores , tintew the superintendence or Rev. Jno. M.
- and heals the gunisithereby preventing Convids Goshen.. and nis lady. Mre. Goshorn Ilan been
-' 4 eitio; 'Peva re, &a. 1, engaged in the instruction arming ladies about
- ' OTEntered accordins id Act of Cengress..Be le yearsfive or tvhich she had charge or the
i patticular that the labre on the box expresses Femftle Department or the Norwalk Seminary.
sqiuch. The geauine is vended by Agent!' only. The utmost confidence tnay be reposed in their
, 'Agent Dover. qualification to cenduct the ssliooll in slides
manner as to give their pupils the tubwages of
trrA sotto case of Piles cured at100 ehadtam a et-mullets English nnd Classieul ediention.
e Wrest. Mr. Daniel Spinning of Shrewsbury, ; TERN1S OF TUITION. Fer qearter of 12
z- 'Cried Town.' Mew Jersey, was severely afilics weeks.
''' Ind with Piles for 'more ilten.20, years. Ilad Priimiry Department, 3 CO
' secourse:to medicines of almost every descrip- ; Fir t oiss in ei glisli qtinecs,:neludirg
Y tion, also the advice of several eminent Pyre. Beetling, Writine, Eteei,li Grammer
ohms, but never round the slightest relief fi, m Modern,-Aniestit mid 1,7mvssiLit Ga. ,
'et any sonrce whatsoeve: unti he called on 1Sr. ography, with tee use of Globes, &
. Emir, of SOO; Chatham street. New York , and Composition, 4 00
'' ',procured some-medicine front him, erom which Seemid Class in Enellsh, including Nes
"lie round immediate :relief: and aubsequem ly a tura Mom arid iniellsetual Philo
', : perfect cure. sophy, Astronomy, Lenny, Mathes
......... matics, Natural Theology, Rhetcric,
Extract nr s letter Norms Snyder, Post Mag. Logic, &rt. &a., b 00
Y'-'ter, Keensville, Pa., to Dr. William Evan& Ornamental Department,Drawing Paint
t Ammo, several mules, the following IS found : Me Sm. -6 00
'. ' An elderly lady, who had been '25 years so all. Classical Depart ment, Latin tied Greek
. Rioted wite nervous hydochondria, debility, &c. Languages. together with the
that ror the last 3 yenrs see constantly received French, 5 00 extra
'medical. iid from a respectable physician; but Pupils from a distance will he assisted by the
'the preasure and pain 011 her ,heart end breast, Trustees in obtaining sultnble pieces to board;
and especially with weakneas in her head and A philosophical ripparatus vvill beprocured 111
on her mind, keeping her discouraged to uuder- t" n4 P"Siblet for the use ol the schtMl.
take any thing. 14MM, she commenced using Editors friendly to the cause or educationwill
&ens,. give this notice a re w insertions.
. ,ÝDr W. Evans' 1110i11010011 according to the die
- sections accompanying them. A reaction took By order of the Board er 1 rustees,
'.1stricet'.. the-paiii tend pressure in her body was MO. S. BONFIELD. See'v ,
roamed: her mind became akar and strolls: her ' June '17, 1839.
Extratt es letter ofJortas Snyder, Post Mag.
- ter,. Kernsville, Pa., to Dr. WU limn Evan&
Amont Fevers, cases, the following le found :
An elderly lady, who had been '25 years so af.
Rioted wite nervous hydochondria, debility, ttc.
that for the last 3 years see constantly received
inedical Sid from a respectable physician; btu
'the pressure and pain 011 her ,heart and bream,
sod especially with weakness in her head and
on her mind, keeping her discouraged to under
take any thing. 14w she commenced using
,0Dr W. Evans' 11113i1160011 according to the di,-
roc:ions accompanying them. A reaction took
s. plum: the-paio and pressure in hdr body was
removed; her mind became dim and strong; her
spirits perfectly good, and up to this time it is
in all respects restored to health, which for the
lam ten yeeri hen not enjoyed.
zSeprember 7, ISM
117 Another recent test of the unrivelird virtve
- of Dr. Wm. Emus' illediane.DYSPEPSIA.
'TES YEARS STANDING.--Mr: J. McKen.
,-mie, '176 Stanton street, was afflicted with the
,; abevecomplaintfortemyears,' which incapaclae
s led ty m at intervals, for' the period of six years,
::..,tiattetiding to his business, restored to perfect
' leattlyunder the salutary treattnent of Dr. Wm.
'Pk symptoms were..--A sense of distension
and oppression after eating, distressing pain in
1 the pit of the stomach, nausea, itnpared appe-
', tite, giddiness, palpitation of the heart, great
' debility and emaciation, depression of spirits-,
, disturbed rest, sometimes a bilious vomiting,
; ' end pain in the right side, an extreme degree of
' languor anti faintness; any endeavour to pursue
.. : his business csusing immediate ezhauston and
Mr. McKenzie is daily!attending to his hstti-
I . ness, and none ot the above symptoms haver.re-
1,4 . cored since be used the medicine. He is now
'..,,4,..' a owing tad healthy man. Ile resorted to my
J,...... ' riatis ni remedies. but they were all inefreetual.
, 72; He ib willing Waive any information to the af
!'"jr Dined reopening the inestimable benefit render-
ista ed to hint by the use ot Dr. Wm. Evans' med-
..,1410.The abnve Medicine fnn be procured of all
--, it,tre0 ni Evens' advertised emits in the United
a throughout the World.
114ns. tit order to prevent the par.,
- s's!leuriti ' Iv tdiotioR tieing imposts! imon by
, ti4.1Y8..Imetsnit-tris had the labels of all his medi
, .4 Iteekieslit cciks, Ming to act of Congress. He
- alitrproduced :not!,,'fbre, to he policulat in see.
, j.catió0 itelli.dtiOtentain the foliowikg nOttee:
', 030.900010.1m dew to asi of (Jewess by w.
.. ..,,,09, ia the Clerk's flied of
4ef vit Pald the Irte'"4 urt of New..Vork."
., Aril. -1.11rwas gaillie.zri.s.
,,, , .
moor, . , - L. cr.evijiand.
1 I- l'i, .. , 4', . , ,x,,,.....,..,..., osl, Massillon.
, . .
' :: .,, .;,:- :4 ',- Ntirt ''ori LOOK OUT FOR, 8.1t,EAKb;.7iladelpein 'o.1-11-e-v-0;1-0;a"h.r"eyno'h'c'o...,'al'nrra'e""11;"k'elleap';
, -. ' i 4 1 t.
' ' ' ''''' - ' I'' Titi . the laconic caption oi a lettor$
. . ,.,t, ass nOnft other tbsn his own manufacture,.
, .,, ; ' . i,),,od from si intethgent and.terh vim-- he can confidently reconneftnd his work
to all who may favor Mtn with their cus
,- , it ' 'Astrid, midterm, thowerthern.port 6rthiVstiiitinue
' ';'' '.;.41e is decidedly of opinion that one br:olo, low
' ' 5 , ,, ..- A , - y iti
' ." . .. .s. tOtti, mem, arch, tlaring end wily cirorts ev,Pttil. partieplar atient inn will be given to
the manufacture of Gentlemen's
-:'-'41'"------ ,..4-4,,, 1, cwreccitoweat,,,ttlicorin full operetiotkanis
'' ' - ' ' 1 " ' ' th It ocracy of -this itaUC-27ii I l
. ,. . ,,put dosco 111 OM
; .'".. Z ' k 1.4 ilthe'risstie dem?" Shall a well. etrow
, --7 . FINE BOOTS,
'. :,' i ' idol ibui be seerifiseat Shall the trie,r,066, as ibis wort; will be done by one of the
.89dBeiconotmen in the country.
...-' ,,,-; ,, ( the big great meta lie thutirodden down,
tir.etflostu rB0.00Ts sz
000ll What ItrALV"',-
:: . ),2',,;:ilf:oott,iW;hwt,0 stgw ;lazy: aadopooloahialiðeeatted,w, be 91 . ,At
- i m's holy cansw,,,,whoseTtadir xis regiatt sH 0 r, ,-,
.' ' Y . at, , by, his cottony and its mstitutionekkiti.
, ' , 4 '''t . 46 1..-- ' i les streheld too sacred for wanton r
, , ...venoms pr ' .
lr- ''' i'--stiotation, an wnese.faitto ,et
f :,.. eTtemildefend tit staked to sustain
in , wer,can slumber new, veOn hand.
,..,7 ' ''''.4,:ie ,6---Woosil upon the ,em racy of Ohio, in the IDOWD7, , ..,
r.,73 (of his own make) con
The Ilub'is are reepectfully inv
" ', '' 4,1,', ,-,,sme of the cause they defend, to awake 'from 1, bent ?T'v "... . .... otantly
, t-tim a 'call befoie purchasing else..
7 !4. t '''1,, '7.' ' 1.4 lethargy end indifference...4.ot them remember :Ahe ,,,,a r intadelphis,
- ' -"rc-'t ' ''' iu of L IllIOLSIP0111. Thetateofthe re. I ,, , ,J--t,1
--...,,,...), , ,L.r11110 l'a n
V' . ,,. .,. ,gmblican partY . ited to
Aug. 16, 1839.
le tne,S sold on th 25th r San
in the Is istaterentey hangopen "u1a 14"1,4141IBLIC SALE1 i
1 T t .:' ' -'-' ,'Ille thorw of a aingle-gddye." s-s Travelling a.. Ott wk
,- ;:-1,' t arm abroadThe re oral ilblinnx41 in am fic Idly ' been'. pendia House eof Anlew -Stawnr.
. . . sr to abandon; iCillowing described proper.,
tillorse-miars, Cows and
1 , .: "7"i- -, Jtivemotion., ,e must not calculate tipon i
' I,"1",.., 1 ,'!--, !-Aissy a conquest over audit art odrersery.
, . , , .1 , ,, worse is o
. ' l" ' : ' - I rise or fall Open the result. Olito,,is "t Uld. then - befill
1 0 s 1 Ws on
), ' T 4 ,, - I riVOT ON which bony!' the tote of kill par..' I yer. uesoredeince '"3.1 g ' El 1
,'s ark ,orbeafety airr , Twilling Machine, 1
brlutpboard 1 set ol
",;t0 A,' -: r., '14 f Ilorse flesh, and bank fie'ties. w. ill Le pnt., ,
, s H'oom and Gears:
like that itit, our ealtub
l't '.:. I .itt requisiton. A tremendous, (ugh will be made,
e POLL,l.Every doubtful dies i i
ik, f. ...;;;' ',, rsupon us at th .., ,,,, "014 11 teat Ark weUle ue mural articlee too tedious
r ' circuit,.seettering firebrande
- ' :- otrtat will hi put und,st nioute. 0. 43, a er e , 11 .6
- 1 lie ..ei nets I-14,111VIHART.
ng rejtublicane. trust lathe- fel.ghtineak . r'pek, A.M.
'...."'-o,,,s,,," ":C44mbrokald,aslandusPoll; 'It' sedition'tmo
Awake friends '',,,,ORPCers are sitheolt, , ritt,t,ii,wl ;Ira tial 1 g 6, e
' ,liticel tHIPI ,-;,- v e ' --4 - - ' - ',I, the diamond of lightuporg rn
.-' ' - ' - ",-.; o r Demaarecyt, guided bt '' L 1
I . n.,t , e 1-
ti. , 1 ,. -tp:tiee
.te 1 . , we ihalligevat , , 11, ,r6in recetve
, ,,, , ," 's,' . , N'''.,,
''' 2-: k ' 1 ' ' ' '', ' 4LO-'''''' ' III ' ,'''11, vs, - 1 .Cord..fi)r
, . d-,, - -Machine
, too, hen
.,'"e : s. :-' . r'' ,".:4I
T BOLIVA 4i
IL BLIP 11-1M V 4 Ma
THE subscriber would respectfully pity()
before the public the following Synopsis
of a splendid essortnint of
whi,lt he has Just received rom the East.
from the East, have just veceived direct,
Staple and Fancy Goods, ofchoice and nest
whielt he has inst received rom the East.
1, from the East, have just received direet,
Staple and Fancy Goods, of choice and neat
American, FtenCli and English Calicoes,
Assorted Ribbons. and yankee Corn Hoes ;
Colored Gatnbricks, 'Fin and Wood Pails,
Tiettings,.:fhread lace and Pittsburgh Nails,
Embroidered hose, plain and striped Sattmetr,
Latches, Hinges, plain and fancy Greciantitte,
Indies' gloves, tin Piing & work'd inserting,
Mins, Footing AL cord' watered Bolting,
Red Padding; Cioths, black green, gre aynd
Bed Cords, coil Rope, and Handsaws too,
Orleana Sugar, Mohair Silk and Satin Smelts,
Ladies' Bonnets, iron Squares & Coton Socks
Italian Lusteritig, cord Finrence At Gro de nap,
Victoria stripe, Cenvass, Gingham, & Burlap,
Apron check, Handsaw Files, and halter chains
Rice, Molasses and Giese by box or panes,
Oils, Tobacco, Ginger, Snuff and l'ett.
Hammers, Waiters, anti Cordsof Hemp & Sea,
Iron Steel, Brandy, Wine and Cedar Ware,
Oriental Braid, il fine, all kinds aware 4. tear.
Reader, perchance, I've named your fancy or
if so, " The mite high Heaven bestowed, vvith
thee I'll share,"
Should Plaster, Ftsli, or Salt, yOur urgent want
call nr: number one. ror I have them an or
hmtl. ISAAC TELLFR.
Boar st-iroE STOIt ri,'
Situated in the House wijainiusa' EaSi
io f the 01 arket House, Xew
:7C ) 1 r1.7) P.11"33t1,
RESTECTFULLY informs the el
izeor of New Philadelphia, the
114 norr;oct rsn oh. .1.... n.-:..., :.. .i
Reader, perchance, I've named your fancy or
If so, " The mite h;gh Heaven bestowed, vvith
thee I'll share,"
Should Plaster, Ftsh, or Salt, ybur urgent wants
Call at: number One, ror I have them all on
hmd. ISAAC TE1,1111.
Boar si-iroE STI)It '
&anted in the House adjoining; East
tot. the Market House, Xew
RESTECTFULLY informs the cit
izetir of New Philadelphia, that
he carries on the above Business in all
of varmint branches, and as he keeps
WM other than his own manufacture,
he can confidently reconnwnd his work
to all who may favor Min with their cus
Particular attention will be given to
the manufacture of Gentlemen's
7- wo shillfrovaiL- ret
. -a. r A
, - r
i- . ,
re - - '-' -
fr!!! - - - ' detril Isamenuommomolommilomeemommione
constitution. Dyspepsia, both amnia aud re- Ivry? 10
e qtabe 0
cent. under the worst symptoms. lowpese oi "" nUNT B PILLB
spirits, ophressions after eating, waterbrash; Foe Coutanptioni Dygpepoia, -and
loss of appetite, geneml debility, ind emacia- 4, ' ' er 'Complaint
non are soon removed by the use or the above Reader, ire vou rffileteð with Indigestion,
POI& CONSUMPTION, that insidious de. Costiveness, 81;ur Eructations, Loss of Appe
stroyer of the human family, and its attendant tite, Water Raab Pain or Dintress at Alm Sw
um of horrors, greenish end bloody apittle, roach, Siekness after Eating, Languor. -Patens.
clammy, night sweats, general emaciation, prom. tiou of the Heart, Lowneos of lopiritos. Pain in
tenon of strength, all will be relieved by the the Head. Breast, Back. and Limbs, Dizzinest
iimely administration af Dr. Hunt's Pills,
tf teken according to directions, completely re.
and, and Confusion of Sight, a Fear of some Int.
pendiog Evil. Restlessness, Dislike fur food,
moved. la Liver Complaint. Jaundice, both
biliary and spasmodic, their influence is truly -with other Nervous Svmptoms, bring ' before
you the Picture of ðte peptic, end Consump
astonishing. In all cases of Hy pochondriaciam
Lew Spirits, Palpitations of the Heart, Nervous ties patient. Having resolved to remedy them
procure immediately a box of DR. HUNrS
Irrittability, NOVOIll Weakness, Finor Athos,
Seminal Weakness,. Indigestion, Flatirienev, PILLS, a never failing and efficacious remedy
for thorwdreaded foes of human happiness Dys
Heastburn,Bodily WelkinsasChlorosis ot Green peps's, Consumption and Liver Complaint, and
Sickness, Flatulent or Hysterical Faintings, the whole trains of melancholy affections aris
Histories. Head Ache, Sea Sicknebs, Nightmare ing from diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels
Gout, Rheumatism, Asthma, Tic DolOrellI
Spssmodic Affections. Nausea,Vomiting, Pains sow kt:ii, the me, 1 aettittol bittat,r.
in' the Side, Limbs, Head, Stomach or Back, yorh. ,- -'
Dimwits oeCosfusion of Sight, Noises in; the
Inside, alternate Fleshings of Heat and Chilli- ;, na'' .
ness Tremors, Witchien Agitation, Anxiety, , i',-,,' .
Bad 'Dreams, Spasms, all maybe eetnpletety re-
moved by the use of the above Pills. :DR. HUNT'S
These Fills may be taken with the most pen, ' CELEBRATED PILLS,
feet safety. Their benificial influence hat Rens
times revived from the bed of sickness; ihe pals . TOR
lid. dejected, -stnd emaciated victim of dise.se
and sent him forth again into the world, a hale
, CONSUMPTION, DISPEPSIA, AND Llw
; VER. COMPLAMT, Am
and active Mlin
1 -fluidet100 Chatham Street, N. York. .....
,TOR Mt bt
' Consumption, Dytmensia, Liver Complaint,
Heartburn, Sourness or Acitlitv in the Stomach,
Tightness at the Chest, Loss t;1' Appetite; Sick
lleint Ache, Pain in the Head, flack, Limbs and
Nide, Flateleeny, Typhus, and ;Scarlet Fever,
l'utrid Sore Throat, 1:trvot end' Ague, or' Inter.
1 mining 'fevers,' Gout, Rheumatism, Lumbago,
Npamodie A Ifectione, awl Doulou
relax, Convulsions orChildren Measles, Small
l'ox, 'looping Cough, Itic'kets. , Teething,
Worms, Female Obstructions, Chlorosis or
.GreenSickness, and'RejeCtiOrill of Food, and
Cestiveness, Colie,:wiletiter flatulent or Bilious,
, DIRECTIONS. I
DomTake from. three tcrten pills, till they
operate, two or three times daily.
FMCS 25 CENTS rer Box.
Sold at 100 Chatham street, New 4ork,
Wholesale and Retail.
Whets rpplications for Agencies, littedicines,
or Advertising, will. meet with prompt atter).
CELEBRATED E'EMALE PILLS.
These Pills are strongly recomniended to the
notice of the Ladies as a safe and efficient rem
edy in removing those complainta peculiar3 to
their sex. frein; went of Exercise, or general
Debility of the System, Obstructions, Suppres
sions, anti Irregularity of the Metioett ; at the
'erne time etrengthening, cleansing, and giving
tone to the Stotnech arid Bowel and producing
a new end healthy action throughout the Byre
em generally. They create Appetite, correct
Indigestion, remove Giddinese end Nervous
Headache,and ere eminently useful! in -these
Flatulent Complaints which distress Females so
much at the TUTU( or Lirs. They obviateCoss
tiveneos, and counteract all Hysterical and Ner
vous Affections.likewise aflord soothit.g and
permanent relief in Fluor Albus, or Whiter', and,
in the most obstinate cases el' Chlorosis, or
Green Sicknoos,they invariably restore the pals
lid and delieacte female in health ond vigour.
Ileme Pills have gained the senction and
probation of the most etninent Physicians in the
United States, and nutny mothers can likewise,
testify to their extraordinary efficacy. To mar
ried females, whose expeciationa of the tender
eft pledges of connubial happiness have been
defeated, these Pills may be truly esteemed a
blissful boon. 'rimy goon 'renovate ell roue.
Moat debility, and if taken, according to direcs
Dons. obviete all morbid ection. A medium thus
bate and efficacinue, will be lound in
Dr. Goode's Celebrates Female Pinot.
Theme Pills are of two hinds namely : Ns. 1,.
or Laxative Pills, end No. 2, Restorative MIL
They are thr all the follr.wing disenses : Sup.'
pressinn , Irregularity or Retention of the Men..
ses, Fluor Alhue, Chlorosis or Green Siekness,
Costiveneos. Greve!, Incontinence of Urine,:
Nervous Affections, ilvsterice, Prolapous Uteri,
or falling or the Womb, -end Piles. These Pillo
are elfin particubirly adepted in the male no well
ne the female sex, for the cure of the folloiring
dioeases: Nervous Diseases Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia,Bilinne Diseasesonel all eases of liv
poehendriscism, Low Spirits Palpitation et the
Ikea, Nervous Irritability. N'ervons Weakness,
Indigestion, orAppetite, Uktuthisrn, Gen
ern' Debility, Bodily Week flees, m Flatulency,
Headaches, Nightmare, Rheumatism, Asthma,
l'ic Doulenteux, Cramp, Spasmodic Affections,
and those who are victims to that most ex
erceinting disorder Gout; Moo, Pains in the
Side, Chest, 'Limbs, fiend, Stomach or Back,'
' Dimness br Confusion ot Sight, A Iternete flush.
es of Heat and Chilliness, Tremors. Watchings
Agitailen Amity. had Dreams and Spasms.
This Medicine is aeknowledged to be one of
the mnst valuable ever diseevered, as a purifier
of the blond and fluids. It is superior to Sar
saparilln, whether aa a sudorific or alternative.
Directionsfor vse.Pills No. 1 roust be taken
from three to six, or more, Rt bed time, suffi
cient to operate briskly, till the deeired object in
affected. Take No.2 according to the directions
as on the box.
In all cases, both kind' of the pills are to be
tried at the same time, in the following manner.
s-Take three Dills or more ofNo. 1, every night
on going to bed, increasing the numher, if they
not open the bowels; also, take three dr the
pills No. 2 half an hour before each meal, three
Sold Rt 100 fthathem etreet, L
And by ona'respeetable petson in every town
in the Union.
M. C. Yo 'meow. Median&
J. A. Beebe Akron.
A: 'Underhill, Massillon.
J. Overhott N. Philadelphia.
Itrin order to proton the public against the
m position of Counterfeit Medicine Venders,
bey have been entered according to Act Won
green. and the right to prepare them secured ;
therefore lie sure in seeing that the label on each
box expreses such entry, as all others are Conn.
A Girt to de House Work, enquire at the
thuing Office in Hover.
'JOB PRINTING of all
41 - t.
CONSUMPTION, DISPEPSIA, AND LI
; VER COMPLAMT, ditu
'As the enjoyment of health depends on pre
serving the functions of ilia Sionsach, LOW, In
taatinas and Imago, in a healthy and vigerous
state, through the operations of which the body
waives its.growth, as nuu ition, its support, it
can no longer be astonishing that when these vis
cern are deranged,and cannot perform their.pro.
per Cite whole system suffers und be
comes disordered. Knowing this to be a sound
Ind demoostrated fact, in science and experi.
eirce, Docron SYSTEM 011 PRACTICE
faithful accordauce with it. He aims to keep
the Stomach, Lungs and the Liver, in vigerous
and healthy action, as the three great 'fountains
of health and life. For this purpose his pills
are compounded of herbs, which strengthen and
equalize the action of the heart. and give an im
pulse or strength to the arterial system, at the
same time quicken' the action of the absorbent
and diseharging vessel,' ; and as all the sem.
tions are drawn from the blood, any morbid ac
tion which may have taken plue -is removed,
all obstructions are overcome, the blood is puri
fied, and the body assumes a heathful state.
Those pills give tone to the stomach, increase
thsappetite, and eminently expeball acid or
morbid motterthrough the execretoiy ducts in
to the passage of the bowel's. In ell cases of
Consumption, Indigestion or Dyspepsia, Bihous
Affections, or Liver Uomplaints, Heartburn,
Sourness or Anidity in the ritomath, Tightness
at the Chest, Loss of Appetite, 'Sick Head A.
che, Pain on the Head, Back, Limbs end Side,
Flatulency, Typhus and Scarlet "Fever, Putild
Sore Throat, Fever end Ague, or Intermitting
Fevers,'Oout, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica,
Spasmodic Affections, and Tic Doloureux, Con
vulaions of Children,Bleasios,Small Pox, Hoop
ing Cough. 'Rickets, Teething, Worms Fe
male Obstructions, Chlomsie or Green 'Sick.
nese, end Rejections of Food, end Costiveness,
Cali, whether flabilent or Bilious, follow the
Doss..Take from three to ten pills, till they
operate, two or three times daily. The use of
the pills must be persevered in till a cum is eS
INTERESTING AND APPLICA
41LE TO THE AFFLICTED
DIMS!! OF Mt STOMACH, OR NARVER;
Such as DYSPEPSIA, either Clnonic or casual,
under the worst symptoms of restlessness ;
Lowne.o of Spirits and General Emaciation:
cossumeTtotr. whether cif the Lungs or Liver;
LIVER A ETECTIONS. JAUNDICE, both
Bi liary and Spasmodic; Costiveness ; Worms
of every yarietv; Rheumatism, whether A
cute or chronic; together with GOU'r, 'Seto.
fide, Pains ut the Head, Back, Litnbs, and
Side, Titsuns PEVIR, SCARLAT FEVER,Pli
trid Sore Throat, FEVER and AGUE,
Spasmodic Palpitation of the Bean and Ar
teries, Nervous Irritability, Nervous Weak
ness, Hysterics TheDouloureurCranips Fe.
male Obstructions, Heartburn, Headache
Cough, the Common or humid, and the Dry
'or the Vhooping; ASTIIMA, Gravel and
The Blood hes hitherto been consPered by
Empiricks and others, as the great regulator el
the hamar system, and ench is the tievotednerw
of the adherents to that erroneous doctrine, that
they content themselves with the simple pes
session el' this fallacious opinion, without en
gulfing into the primary sousces from whence
Life, Iltalth,and vigour emanate, and viceversa,
nein, ess, disease and death. Not so with
DR. HUNT whose extensive rosearch and
practical experience PO eminently qualify him
for the profchsion of which he has besn one of
the most useful members. Ile contends,and a
amment'a reflection will convince any reason.
mg mind of the correctness of his viewsthat
the stomach, liver and the associated organs are
the primary and great regulators of health, and
that the blood in very man) instances is totally
disconnected with the first and succeeding sta.
ges of disease, and that unless a medicine reach
es the root of the niseatte, the superficial Boor,
nes usually prescribed, serve but as fells to cos.
er the ravages of deep.ronted maladies. Un
der these convictions, at the expence of years
of CIOPPI application, the doctor has discovered
a medicine whose searchieg powets are irresis
tible, and in prescribing, it is with a firm con.
viction of its being a radical cure In the various
diseases already enumerated, even irapplied in
the most critical cases, but he does not pretend
to ascr:be to
a:supernatural 'agency, although from positis
proofs within the knowledge of hundreds, lie
is prepared to show, that when every other
earthly remedy has failed,
have neveneen known to faillia effecting two
very gratifying results that of raising from the
bed of sickness and ;hue amply rewarding Dr.
Hunt for his long and anxious studs to attain
this perfection In the HEALING AkT.
A Medicine that will perform what tt pmmi
s s, ie a patio benefactor, such DR. HUNT'S
Celebrated Pills have proved themselves to be,
by having been successfully tried iit all parts of
the country. A Medicine so comrounded, that
it produces a free circulation in the vessels on I
The surfare of the body. cleanses and strength. I
ens the Stomach. Liver, and Lunge, gives. a
horridly tone to all the Vicars, and by promot
ting Ike insensible,removes all febrile or intiam.
matory action, and imperta muscular strength,
energy, and vigorous health to the whole firmre,
must consequently be esteemed a pudlie bane.
Moor. They do not exhaust like drastic purges,
still their aCtiOn ill more universal, and they may
be oRen repeated, not merely with Barely, but
with much benefit. This becomes easential in
eases of long standing, for in them temperery
impressious rendered by violent medininee,
dont if over dgoodileht tend 'it imptit the
3rtit. :WARREN wonld respectful
Inform big friends. end q
public generally, ths0e will re opektiu
School for the reception of pupils ot
be 114 daft of Oct. i
All who are wishing particular' bene
fit of the school, will do weli) to coin.
mence as near theteginning of the lino
as possible, as a oritematic -mom ol
instruction is essentiot to success.
TERMS OF TUITION per quarter
of 12 weeks. 1
Alphsbet and Spelling. 4'2 50,
Reading,,Writing end Arith.
patic, Geography, -Gram.
mer, Book-geeping, Phil.
oaphy, Asc. 3 '00
word to&out Books. We Isbell en
deavor to iniroduce the "Vedic Series
of School Books," which igen invaluable
standard work for our western schools.
We want system in this thing,--reform
in school books is loudly called for.
Nothing is more perplexing to a teach
er, than to send him your children with
a variety of books from Tom Thumb
up to the Holy Bible, ena then
about his poor progrevit.
We hope our merchants will favor the
efforts of introducing euch books as are
demanded, and thus aid to establishing
public sentiment on this suSject.
Merchants are not generally aware
of the essential service they may render
the cause of education by introducmg a
uniform and standard aeries of school
Strike now, and all together.
G. W, W.
Dover, Sept. 26, 1839.
NEW 'G 00D S I I
wGRAHAM & Co., are now le
o ceiving a new supply of Goods,
consisting of almost every van-- 1
ety, which they will be happy to show their !
friends and customers. feeling assured that
they can give as good bargains as can be had in ,
this part of the country. Their stock compd..
ses in part of the following articles, viz :
Cletlis Cassameres Prussian do
Cassinetts Merenos , Gloves, Crapes
Flannels Prints Bobinetts, Swims
Musslins Cambric" Edgings, Insetting" ,
Brown Musslins Carpeting, Bangup
Bleached Musslins Peter Sham
Drillling Sheetings . Plain, Straw &, Tus
Tickings Cut. Yarn can Bonnets
Caovass Podding Apron Checks
Worsted Cotton 4 Futnetutie do
Lambs Wool Stock- Furnetune Calico
Inge. Rose Blankets
SILKS, Sze Wadding, Batting
Plain Fancy eilkt Combs, Needle Pins
, Bile. Lustrings
, Gilt & Lacing But.
, " Geo D Swiss IODS
I Colored Florence' Stocks, Shirts & Col,
ravat Ildk ft lars .
Vists, Shoes & socks
I Light, Dark & 'sane) Also, a general as.
Ribbons sortment of Groce
Oros Ildk fa ries, viz Tea , Col-
, fee, Sugar and Mo
, Merino Shawls lasses, &c. ste.
IRON, Nails, Salt, Fish, Tar. !Ropes, Li
luors, ilic, etc.Hardware, Queensware. deo.
An invitation is extended to 'those wishin to
buy, to call. and examine..
With many thanks Ibr past favors, I would
inform my friends nnd customers, that I have
associated Mit. S. H. BIGELOW with me in
bustnessstid would respectfully request those
who are indebted to me, either by note or book
account, to call and settle immediately.
W. GRA II A fit.
Dover, Sept. 5, 1839. no5-11
JUST received from the Eastern cities, a
large and splendid assortment of FALL
AND WINTER GOODS, consisiing ot
French, English, and Victorin Prints ; Muslin
de Lane, Painted Muslim end Lavvns ; Linen
and Cotten Drillings; Blue, Black and Mixed
Gloths Cassimares, and Sattinetts of all col
ors and queities; Bed Ticking, Bieached and
Unbteached Muslim: Atso, a fiLe iot of lair
and Fur Gaps.
J. L SMITI1 &
N. B. Animal; or produce taken in ex
change for Goods.CAS11 paid for Wheat.
J. 1. S. & Co.
Cana Dover, Sept. 19, 1839. Se.
DELINULNTS Lcon CUT I
rrhe Delinquent Members or the Cth and
7th Companies atheist Rifle Regiment,
af the 3d Brig. and 4th Div. or O. M. alp noti.
fied that a list of the fines assesseil upon them
and confirmed by the court orappeals have been
placed in my bands by the pa master of said
Regiment, for collection ; and that unless said
filiPH are paid immediately, process will issue a
gainst said delinquents according to law.
ALEXANDER McCONNELL J. I"
Sept. 26, 1629. 3. pd.
ATTORNEY AT LA W &
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY.
Canal Dover, Tuscaravres County, Ohio.
Office second door north of the Commercial
Inn, Front street.
Dover. July 22n41.,1839.
C.f. BROWN .ti co.
EELING thankful for pant favors, would
inform the Farmers and Wool Growers
of ruscarawas county and the counties adjoin..
ing, thatthey are now ready to
CARD WOOL '
on short notice. Having a first rate Double
Carding Machine and the best of Machinery for
Dressing Cloth, together with an experienced
and skillful workman, they feel confidentmg
saying that their customers mav feat ensured of
having their work done in the teat manner. ,
The prices for Carding is 6 1.4 cents per
pound, and the prices for Cloth Dressing shall
All kind's of produce recieved in payment for
work,.all work must be laid for before taken
Rom the shop. AU kids of Wood Turning
&mann short natio..
New Philarlelphia. May 3, 13119..
yout: r.r. m-
T.-LTT in wire , :
'DB W adkatillit ,
100 CHATHAM STREETt NEW.YORK. i ,
Er Dr. Evans' Office for Medical clorisulta 4
tion end advine. 100 Chatham street, N. Y.
Daily attendance is given for personal consul- it.
union. Immediate answers are returned to
ninietry lettere, which must minutely describe
the case, and contain a remittance fur advice an4 -t
medicine, which can be 1'01.w-ended to an, pan :
ofthe world, however distant. No difficulty j
can occur as the medicine will be securely paclokt
ed, and letters ofadvice carefully protinzted from lir
CONSUMPTION, COUGHS, AIND COLDS,
Nervous diseases, liver complaint. dyspeneis,'
bilious diseases, piles, ulcers, limale weakness,
and all camels of hypochondriacism, lowepirits,
palpitation of the heart, nervous irritability, nets
sous weakness. fluor albus, seminal weakness.
indigestion, lose of alpente, heart bum, geceraL
debility, bodily weakness. chlorosis or green
sickness, flatulency. hysterical fainting', hysters
ics. headaches, hiccup, sea sickness, night mare
rheumatism, asthma , tic douloureux, cramp,
spasmodic affections, and those who are vies
time to that most excruciating dieorder, Gout,
will find relief from their sufferings, a courts of
Dr. 'Evans' metlicine.
Pains in the side, chest, limb, hood. etomach
or beck, dimness or confusion of sight, alternate
'flushes of beat end chilliness, tremors, watch.
jags, agitation. anxiety, bad dreams, epitome,
mercurial ehd all delicate diseases, ere 'mesa.
fully treated by Dr. Evens.
ertetter from the Hon. Abraham M'Clel
Ian, Sullivan County, East Tennessee, Mem- t
ber of Congress. ,
WASHINGTON, July 3d, 1838.
SinSince I have been in this city, I have !
used some ofyour Dyspeptic medicine with in.-
finite benefit and satisfaction, and believe it to ,
be a most valuable remedy. One of my cons ..
stiluctits, Dr. A. Garden, of Campbell county, ,,
Tennessee, wrote ille to send him some, which V.!;;
I did, and he had employed it very successfully .,'
in:his practice, and soya it is invaluable. filr. ,
Johnson, your agent at this place, thinks you . -,
would probabiy hke ar. sprit in Tennessee. If ' -) v,
so, I would recommend Dr. A. Garden as a "',!!1 ,'. ,
proper person to officiate for the sale of your , '.
'celebrated ,medicine. Should you commiesion , i
him,,he is w Hog to act for you. You con send ' ,,
the medicine by water to the tare of Robert
King & Sons, Knoxville county, Tennessee, ,' ,,1,
or by land to Graham & Houston Tazewell,
East Tenn. ' I have no doubt but if you had a- .
gents in several counties in East Tennessee, a . ,!;'.
great deal of your medicine nonid be sold. I ,.
am going to take some of it home with me for ,,
niy own me, and that of my friendi, and should '
like to hear from you whether you would like ' '','
an agent at Bluntville, Sullivan county East ' l'
Tenn. I can get some of the merchants to act ' I
for you. as 1 live near there.
' ABRAHAM M'CLELLAN, of Tenn.
To Dr. WM. Evans, 100 Chatham It. N. Y. -
ABRAHAM J. CREMER, residing at 66
Mott street, New Yolk, was &Wed with Dye
pepvia ioIits most aggr,vated foam 71,e a) ni; .
toms we, e violibt headache, great debility, fe.
ver, co-tivenets, ci ugh, heariliburn, rill in the
chest and stomach always after soiling, impaired
, appetite, seneation or sinking 1. the atoniaeh,
furred tongue. nausea; with relitanies& These
had continued upwradsoftwelvemonth, when ', .
on consulting Dr. Wm. Evane, 100, Chtitham -
Igreet, and submitting to his over successful and
agreeably mude of taeatment, the patient was .
! completely restored to health in the short apace ,
, of one month, and grateibl for the incalculable
benefit derived, gladly came fin ward and vol
unteercd tho above statement.
Dr. WM. EVANS' Medical Odic, 100 '
Chadian' street, Mew York.
THE FOLLOWING CERTIFICA TE
handed to ue by Mr. Van Scheick, of Albany, a
highly reopectable member of the 01mirunny,
and whose vcriteity cannot be doubted:
Mr. kieldebsi.us Kendall, of tile town a Wee,-
terloo, comity of Albany, was for alicut 27
years troubled with a nervous sad bilious affec
tion, which for 7 years rendered him fumble to
attend to his business, and during the last three.
years of his illness was confined to tire bulge
till mptonts were dizziness, pain in the bead
and side, palpitation of the hem t, went of gripe.
tite Atc. Mier expending curing his confine.
ment, nearly three hundred &Lars without ob4
mining any permanent relief, be by accident
noticed lin adveitisement of Di. W. Evans,.
Camomile and Aperient and was conse.
quently induced to make a trial of them. Metz
using them about a fortnight, he wo able ta
walk out; in four months he could attend to.
business, and considered his disease entirely
removed. The above information vras given to.
the subscriber by Mr. Kendall hiniselli time
can, therefore be no deception.
6TEPIIEN VAN SCHAICK.
irr Another very serern Infiarstastery Phew,
malism cured by Dr. WM LVani Illedicive.
Mr. John A. Carroll, of the county of West
chester, town of North Castle, New York, had
linen severely afflicted with inflammatory rhr
rnatism for thurteen months with violent peire
in his limbs, great hest, excessive thirst. dry
nese of skin, Ionia) mach swollen, was riot alder
without assistance to turn in bed for six weeke.
liad tried various remedies to no eflict. Was
advised by ir friend of hie to procure some of
Dr. W. Evans' medicine of 100 Cbathem street,
New York, which be immediately sent for; and
after taking the firsit dose flitted great relief,
and in continuing its use according to the direce
tions for ten days, was perfectly cured. Allow
me to refio any person to him for the truth of
the above etatement.
Dr. Wm. Evans' Medical Office DV Chit.
them street. New York where the Doctor may
be eonsulted, and his medicine procured.
RESPECTFULLY inform the nadirs th
they have purchased the Saddle. At flan.
ness puling establishment belooging to John
Treanor, and Intend to carry on the business
as usual and manufacture men and worleres
saddles in the DeWCbt fnaliion .and of the best
- IL S 0 1
till kinds of carriage, Dearborn wagon snd
Boat harness', with every other article to our
line of business which is requited In tire coon.
They flatter themaelves that the execution of
their work will be aatislhotory to those who '
may employ theme They will sell on modem
ate terms, and take all kinds of approved coml.
try produce in payment.
New Philadelphia, July Mb, 18p9 tr.
- ATHERTON te PECK'
July 30;1830 , , -
111. etIV 01..61.1 ow op,
isai , , -
,: :.,'.. , f.,,,:
'. . 1 -
' 1 k
4 . "
t4 - s,
, t r
1 i :
,, : .,
t . ,,,
;! i -
'-',',, 1 's
,,, ,4 ,
, i ':
,:, ., ;
- ; -.,',4 ',,
., ,, ..
, ,,, f N
,', 4 ' i
',: .i f
, ,,, ,.i t
: t, '
, I ,
' - - .