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ClUESrIQN IN 'Nit CHEW t
- Suppose a Mali in private life, of a.
'modem Means, and with a- large Immo,
whould 110 Ctilithlei hie matters, that in
weed of taking of hie means to defrea
the expenses of hie family, he shouli;
borrow money for that purpose, and-al
the end of the year, inatead of payinp
either principal or interemt of the debi,,
64.11 continue to board and again borrow
tint merely to pay his necessary
sets, but to pay the interest oti money al
ready borrowed, and so continue for
years, running up a large debt tied in..,
,creasing it by compound interest. What
would be said of such a. went Would
he not be pron'ounced limpet It would
he the easiest thing in the worilbwit pros
cure a jury al,sonsible men to declare
him to be so crazy as to be unfit to have
' the management of his own affairs.
It will scarcely be credited that tbat
is the precise policy of the Whig adm'n
istration of the affair of this state. We
have eh state fund, out cif which to pay
the ordinary, every-day expenses of the
government. No provielon is made to
defray them by taxation. And our neW
regency at Albany, instead ,of meeting
the question fairly, telling the people
the truth, and- asking for tatation, for
Post Notes to the amount of forty or filly
thousand dottarsr and perhaps a much larger
vim, are due to.day, and wiii be protested. On
the presentation of a $10,000 post note at the
opening of the Bank this niorning the header
was put oir for an answer to 12 o'clock, and
then answer in the negative. The excitemem,
in Wail Sweet has been very great, of course
and conjectures rife to the real Suite bf the case.
The news by the Liverpool, the last Lrrivai
from Europe, leaves no doubt of the Wore of
the crops in that country :
There has been an advance of 3 cents per
bushel, on the price of wheat since the election,
s quotatirMs this week, wheat 62 to 65 cents per
4 bushel,. and Fleur 5 00 .to 5 50 per bbl. and by
s the accounts we have received from other places,
' would indicate a very favorable prospect of a
, more mateiial advance, ou this prices of grain,
,s and we would therefore congratulate the Far.
mers , on the prospect of a filif remuneration
for tiller labor..
No better evidence can be required or II, jug.
lice of the Democratic cause than the fact that
all its enemies seize upon the name. We bear
et ery day of 'Democratic Whigs' and Demo.
envie Antitnasons: and we expert to read short'
ly of Democratic Aristociats, and last of all
Deinocratic Whig Swartwouters from Limbo.
The Baltimore ilfurd's Pnce Current of Sat
, urdny last. in speaking of the suspension, re:
co.nmends the following judicious course :
"It will be incumbentfor business men to con.
limos to moderato their desires and expenses
to begin, with their household and Ihndly Whirs
first; strive to he less imitative of those who can
afford to wallow in luxury; not to expend beyond
their means to pay and economise, as they had
begun to do, hetore the suspension by the banks
find paironlze the pressfor dim' ibis medium
(Wit is not s proflizeto one) all timely informs..
tion genera! in imparted 'ty which tho readet
may profit : and through it is be apprized attic
stniii of Ilia markets, both home and abroad,
which is the great desideratum for all men otim
1.1110811 to possess.
FLOUR MARK ET.
We observe every where flour is eking, in
consequence of an expezted 'demand from Eng
Tun New York Evening Post says thit the
or era ruzolved by the Pverpool are to be exc.
cut , notwithstanding tile advance in price
whielt has taken place in that minim sincu the
receipt ot the news raperting the untlivorable
prorpecta of the hat veil in En,,;anci. l'he
pv'es of Thursday says that at reast 20,000 bbia.
would be taken from N. Y. this week.
The 'Rochester N. Y. Democrat of ilia 17th
inst. Li). t."Ou lite reeeipt ofthe neWS by the
Liverpool, whom immediately rose from 60 ets
to :e4Ti bushel ; their from $5 to $550. Many
think this rather an extravagant advance, con
sidering the uncertainty fatty cot.siderahle for.
Pi711 detnand, if the price is over $6 in N. York. ,
Ve congratulate our flaming friends that they
can now realize a living profit on the product.
tions of their industry. 10,000 bbis. flour have
recently been bought here for the Canada mark
et, and the Carthage Railroad has been erotvded
night and day the nast week in getting it to the
In the Batimore market ti ere has been a ves
ra active detnand the lust week, and the advanee
&In this day week, as shown by the review of
the mat", , pubMihed to.day, id exactly one dol.
lar per Grain has risen in the seine pro
portion,atii, attics are now making at an advance
, of seventeCi to twenty centver trishel.
, . - -
FLOUR, MARKET.The amlutit of Flri
Ion in N. York, eines the arrival of the 1.1
pool, is about 0, bbls and on Wediteacht
was very dull in that city.
tThe Philadelphia N. American nays that tilt
terket of that city was swept on Wodnesda
1. elk the Flour in it at $6 50. The stock 0:
mind hpwever vas very light. It is said to hay'
wen taken for export.
On Wednesday,sales of Howard street Flout
mere made in this at $6 12. Yesterday a par
of 2000 bids. Howard street Waft taken for
"XPOrt at $6 25, cas14 ,,,The stock NI descrip
tions is light. Bal. Patriot.
AN ELOPEMENT.A Dub.in paper says :
'A very interesting young lady, niece to a Q.
C., eloped a few nights since with a lblower of
Esculapius. At a late hour a hitarse drove' tin
near to the mansion or the lady's Culler, end On
a given signal the fairone fluttered through the
shrubberies moth like, and reached the arms or
her adorer in safety, ensconed as he was in the
hearse Pursuit was unavailing, for the byme
neal knot was tied before the locus in quo whi
ther they had fled was discovered.'
GOV. PORTER. The Pennsylvania En.
quirer remarks; 'It is but juatice to state, that
the judicious, moderato and Pennsytvania tone
of the Governor'e proclamation, itt relation to
the banks, rneet with very general approvale
ARMY MOVEMENTS..The Philadelphia
National Gazette of Ittat evening says; 'We
have information which states that seven thou.,
this MOS( necessary of all purposees I, wind regulars are to be sent to Florida; among
are fuming the ruinous course of bor. i them the eighth infantry and a large portion of
rowing money for that object, and then the artillery, are to go from the northern fron
borrowing money to pay the interest,' tier, and.likewise the regiment of dragoons. G.
on that already borrowed, and so on, 1 Taylor has been authorized to send to Cuba lor
to the end of the chapter. If they , a arge number of bloodhounds.
should manage their own personal all. TEXAS AND MEXICO.
fairs in that wai, we should call them The Gladiator, of Vermillionvilte, (La. )states
mad as March hares 'but bo to cow,
that a traveller, who passed through that town
&et the affairs of thse state, tor fear
, on the 20th ultimo from Houston, reported that
that they may lose populanty by re.,
the Morning Star, of Houston. had announced
commending a direct tax, la a gross
that Mexico bad recognised the independence
breach of faith and duty toward tho
, - . of Texas, and that the client was celebrating
when he lefl, by the firing of cannon from the
, However; it haa alwas been a favor
arsenal. ite maxim of the Federalists, that "a
We publish the above. that our readers way
national debt is a national blessing," I
aro know there is such a report in circulation, but
and this "blessing," at least, ti!,..'y
have 140 ,confidetice in it ourselves.
xletermined we shall have, manse pre
vented by an old fashioned democratic , BaL Patriot.
notion of "out ofdebt out of danger." INTERESTING SCENE.
have 140 confidence in it ourselves.
The Oregon Mission, composing 50 persons,
departed in tile ship Sausanne on Wednesday.
Religious service was performed in the Iler.
cules steamer white she watt towing the ship
down the Bay ; and one of the mission, born on
the journey front Oregon, was balitized 'Ore.
goo.' The whole scene of taking leave, and
mutual prayers Ihr a prosperous result to this
pious enterprise to the remotest shores ol the
Pacific, was hightrimpressive. and seemed to
be the rehearsal of those gkrious days vvben our
puritan ancestors were prompted to seek for re
ligious freedom in this new world,the principles
or which are 11QW being carried out by extend.
ing the blessings of civilization to the utmost
bounds.of our territory.N. Y. Star.
DOVER, AND NEW PHILADELPHIA.
Wheat, per bushel,
Butter, per lb.
COM) try Sugar,
Eggs, pet doz..
Flour, per bbl.
j1187' received fioin tlio Eastern cities, a
iarge and splendid assortment of FALL
AND WINTER. GOODS, consisting ti!
French, English, and Victerio Prints; Musiii
tie Lane, Painted Mrntlini and Lawns ;
and Cnite Ðri 11419; Blue, Black nnd Mixed
Cloths ; Cassimeres, Saninetts of all col
ors and qualities; iled Ticking, 11eached and
Unhisatilied 5 Instills: Atso, a fiLo int of Ilan
and Fur Gaps.
J. & co.
N. B. Ail littulm tif produce taken in ex
change for Goods.CAS11 paid for Wheat.
J. 1. S. it Co.
Cana Dover, Sept. 19, 1839. 81f.
WGRAHAM & Co., are now re
ceiving a neW supply of Goods,
cm;sitain,, of almost every vari
ety, which they mills happy to show their
friends and customers. Feeling assured that
they can give ad good bargains as can be bad in
this part of the country. Pheir stock compri
ses in part of the following articles, viz :
Cloths Cassameres Prussinn do
Camsinetts Merenos Gloves, Crapes -
Flannels Prints Bobinetti, Swisseg
Alusslitis Clunbrics Edgings, insertings
Brown Musslins Carpeting, Baugup
Bleached Mussling Peter Sham,
Dritilings Sheetings Straw & Tus
Ticking,: Cot. Yarn can Bonnets ,
Canvass Padding Apron Cheeks
Worsted Cotton 4 Turnetune do
Lambs Wool Stock rune:tine Calico
tog& Ross B la ti It ets
siLTrQ tri Wadding, Batting
Plain rucY eliKt. Combs, Needle Pins
Bile. Lustrings G,It & Lacing But.
" Geo D Swiss tons
Colored Plorences Stocks, Shirts & Col
Ponga Cravat TIM- Virus, Shoes & gooks
Light, Durk &Fan9 Aita, gnaw as.
Ribbons gortment or Groce
Dress itiktk ries, viz Tea ,
" Shawls fee, Sugar and Mo.
Merino Shawls lasses, &c &c
.t L 7 1,4
The rise 4 flour is of course, predicated on. Light, Durk Scl'an9 vaANI7aluuguenly,,.1::In'al::
, tirely on the "expecteld demand"from England. Ribbons sortment or Groce
The last-accounts thence were exceedingty no. Dress ildkfit ries viz Tea , Cot.
favorable, as to the harvest t and, to judge from " Shawls fee,' Sugar and Mo.
the-at, there would seem to be no doubt of -a Merino Shawls lasses. &e. dkc.
"demand" from England,: Nevertheless, it is
IRON, Nails, Salt, 'IA Tar. Ropes, Li
the opiniott of some that the torn laws, or rt.
titer the Ikppe of kir-repeal oemodifleation, has! quors, 'az. Jr.e.--Ilardware, Queensware. 6.:c.
seinething to tio-,,liow mud, it is impossible to . An invitation is extended to those wishing to
. , . buy, to call and examine.
say -!in giving colon dg to'thegloomy reports as d
l to the English harvest. Al all events, it Pim ! With many thanks for pest favors, I would
portant. that flour shoal pd:t "change hands," ; inform my friends and custoMerr, that I have
on this side the Atlantic, orpriees too high to associlllod MR .8. II. BIGt1W with Inn i'n
answer this leeniandI. lthon England, which . lownessand would respi otfully request those
. there id certainly rjason to tinticipate." Let the who are indebted to Me, eit'ier by note or book
, price not 141141'4 biyond exporting limit!' ; ancount, to call and settle inuttedintoly.7 -
and 40 adialt our, great surplus be rendered most ' '
available. ; ,, - . .
; .. W. GRAIIM sL
: Dover, Sept. 5,1839, ' - no,l-tt ... , ';'!
1 ' -'
'' . ' done at thi, OFFICS. , - -
- 4( b
AO!' 1 ,
- r.isT of Letters remaining it.; the Post Ott
Canal Dover, of quarter ending Sept. 301
Ir. John P Andrew Wm Hutoriekliouse
elin Andrews Thomas Kline
lies Mary Atwood Mrs Martin Kitch
thrulhiln Bleminger Joseph Len '
Aim Barton Jacob Long
Ienjamin Bear Jacob Miller
leorge Bligher Christian Myer 2
tJenjatiiin Brown John Minehard
Callenhaugh Joseph Monroe
iteplien Coe Jophia McFarland
Christian Deardorff David Moore -
-laniuel Deardorff George Newcomer
Thomas Ellispie Mr Packer
lohn Everlisrd Mrs Llizabeth Rider
fohn 11 Fisher Thomas StrottliOn
Reuben Finton Joseph Smith
Samuel Fre ney , r Sw t, Pleacher
rhamas Foietnan Daniel Stroger
Thomas Castwb, , John Slor
Charles Glaser Jonathan Swibart
Wm Green '2 Jalite8
Charles Grater Jacob Sprablile -
Joseph Gedess 1 I em y Napier
Benjamin Gasuch Janies Smith
Charlotte Ilartnigh Miss Massallener
Jacob Ross - Kies
Joho Hatfield Wm Stabler
Michael Harper Samuel Sala 2
Mrs Rebecca IlashrookJoseph Talbott
Bazaholl Harbough Alfred Wrintrott 2
Samuel Ilarboug,h Jacob Whaling ,
, Samuel Hermington
D. M. MISNER, P. M.
LIST of Leiters remaining in the Post Of
ficetat Shnnesville, Ohio, quarter 'ending IlOth
Brewer Abignr Hemline Abraham
Batisse Leotot Harmon Micheal
Deal Abrellam Mister Christ
Frutshy Christian - Sidenbendy Joseph
Fretorions Leonard Thompson Thomas
Frederick Frederick Vail J. Dr.
B. REAM, P..M.
Oct. 1, 1839.
TliE following ie a List Letters remaining in
the Post Office at Bolivar, on the 20th of Sept.
Caleb Jones & co
, May Ebenezer
ri , ,
1. TELLER, P. M.
At Conisburg by John Ricketts Esq.
Mr Ber ard S. Nesse to Miss Barbara
Anopou gh, of Coshocton Co. Ohio.
W BEAT I WHEAT
rrpl E sithseribera mill pay the highest mer
it ket pricefor Wheat, at all tittles, deliver.
ad at their Store Goose in Vover.
.1.1. SMITH Sr, Co.
over August, 8, 1839.-tf.
-n OSEPH W. NEWBURGH, would re
el" epectfully inform his old friends and
the public in general, that be carries on
the above business in ;all its various
branches, one door East of J. Sinith'e
Store, where lie may at all times he
fonnd to attend to all work intrusted to
him. Ile thateE8 itilopteif it will ho
done as durable, neat and litirbionable,
as it Mill be done in the country, as Iry
intends at ell times to keep in his cm
ploy good competent workman, and his
means to receive tile n19111000 ibbnild)
To accommodate him frier.ds loNthe
eourstry, be will take heady all kinds.oi
N. D. One or tvvo apprebtices wan
:oil immediately to learn the Tat kiting
:minims& Ooya between the age of lb
-aid 16, would be preferred. They mew
,e or good character, BM reconunierida.
:ions of induatry, honersty, and bubrie.
try, will be required.
Canal Dover, Aug. 15, 1S30.
CANEON FEMALE SE.:i INA RY.The
' Trustees of this institution would ft
opectlithy litrorin its patrotte and the public
itener,t,ly, that the school will he opened for tht
reception orptyils the,' st tiny Auglist licAl,
the superintentletice Itcv. Jim. M.
Gestiorm and nis holy. Al rsAiostiorti lois beeil
engaged the histi tuition (11'3,01111g ladies about
yearsfive of which she had cluttgo or 014
Penedo Depattnient of the Not walk trleininary.
The utitio,4 confidence um be repostal in Ikea
putlilication to conduct the la hoot' such h
manner as to give their pmils the advantages ta
a complete English and Classiaid salivation.
TERMS Uk"LUITION, yer quarter of 1f2
Primary Denartment, $3 00
Fiist lass in English studies,including
Reading, V rititig, English (dialogues
Modern, Alieletit and Universal Gegi,
ography, with the use of Globes, &
Composition, 4 00
Socorid Class in English, including No.
tura Moral, and Intellectual Philo.
isophy. Astronomy, Botony, Mathes
matics, Natural Theology,
Logic, &e. 5 00
Ornamental Department,Drawing I5aint
Mg, st.c., 6 00
Classical Department, Latin nod Greek
Langunges. together with the
French, 5 00 extra
Pupils from a thetence will be assisted by she
Trustees in obtainiog suitable places to !mord.
A philessophical npparntlis will be procured no
soon as possible, for the thie of the school.
Editors friendly to the cause of education will
please give this notice a re w insertions.
Ily order .of the Board of 1 rustees,
1'110. 8. BONFIELD. Seo'v
Jona 17, 1839.
WILL be sold on the 25th or Septemft
ber, at tile House or Andrew Sm..
hart, the following d scribed proper
ty to wit: Horses, Horec-gears, Cows end
Young Cottle ; Sheep, Hogs 1 Wsggen,. 1
Plough. 1 Itorrow, 1 Thrositing Machine, 1
Panning Mill, 1 Weaving Loom owl Gears:
Stove and Pipe, 1 Cotner-Cupboard 1 set or
Coopering Took, and other articles too tedious
Sale to commonce nt 10 o'clock, A. N.
Dover,iSep. 12, 1839. 2t. , ,
" CittotitcpS at nab).
,NEw mi.:ADEL 11111A
017 30, ' ' -
DR WILLIAM EV ANs'S -. ' "ft ''''!ret
. 8007111,NG - ijno
. i'v4 CHILL k:N 7 ELTIIINC k'or Constimption Dyiprpria, and Li.
PlaPARLD cr Complaint
Render, are you rillieted with Indigestion,
To Mothers and Nurses. Costiveness, Sour Eructatimis, Loss of dppe.
The passage of the teeth through the gums tite, Water Rosh Pain or Distress at the Sto.
io educes troublesome and dangerous sy niptunis much, Sickness idler Eating, Languor, Pulpits.
it is known by mothers that there is peat init. (ion of the Heart, Lowness of spirits, Pain in
ition in the mouth and gunei during this pro. the Dead, Breast, Back. and Limbs, Dizziness
mes. The gums swell, the secretion of the ca. and Confusion of Sight, a Fear of some lm.
los is incieased.the child is seized with frequent pending Evil. Restlessness, a Dislike for Food,
,ind sudden fito of crying. watching, slatting in Nall other Nervous Symptoms, brieg before
id sleep, and spasms of peculiar parts; the child you the Picture of the Dyspeptic, and Consemp
isurieks with extreme violence, and throng its live patient. Driving resolved to remedy them
thigers intoits mouth. If these precursory 'Imp. procure immediately box of DK. nuNrs
toms are not speedily allevioted,sposmodic con. PILLS, s never and etIcacions remedy
vtilsions univdryialiy super ene, and semi cause for those dreaded fees (x111.11111111 happiness Dys.
the dissolution bl the If mothers .who..,pepsiii, Consumption and Liver Complaint, tied
have their little babes aflicted with these. dis- the xi;hille traine of melancholy affections aris
tressitig symptoms would apply Dr. Wi
livone's Soothing S) rup,' which has preserved
hundreds of infaiiis when,-iliotight pest reeove.
ry, front being suddentylittacked with that is.-
his infallible remedy has preserved lion-.
dreds when thought past recovery, from con
vulsions. As soon as the Syrup is rubbed on
the gunisolus child rill re. over. Ibis propel -
atiou is se innocent, so efficacious, and so plea
sant. that no child will refuse to let its gums be
rubbed with it. When infents are et the ege of
four months, though there is no appearance o
teeth, one bottle of the syrup slim Id be used on
the ginner open the pores. Parents should no-.
ver be without the syrup in the nursery where
there are young children. for if a child wakes
in the night With pain in the gums. tho Syrup
immediately gives ease, by opening the pores
and heals the gunisokereby preventing Convolo
i ons. Fevers, '
ErfEntered according to Act orCongress. Be
particular that the table on the box expresses
such. The genuine is vended by Agents only.
117A severe case of Piles cured atle0 Chatham
street. Mr. Daniel Spinning of Shrewsbury,
Eden TOMB New Jersey, was severely enc.
ted with. Piles Ibr more than 20 years. Had
recourse:to medicines of alniost every descrip
tion, also the advice of several etninent
clans, but never found the slightest relief from
any sonrce whatsoever mita In) called on Di.
Evans, of 100 Chathani street, New York , and
procured some medicine trom him, from which
he found immediate ;relief: and subsequently a
Extract of a letter ofJonas Snyder, Pest Masa
ter, Kernsville, Pa, to Dr. William Evans.
Among several cases,the following is found I
An elderly lady, who had been 25 years BO tar,
flicted wite nervous hydocliondria, debility, SIC.
that for the last 3 years see constantly received
medical aid from a respectable physician; hut
the pressure and pain on her .heart and breast,
and especially with weakness in her head and
on her mind, keeping her discouraged to under
take any thing. In May she commenced using
Dr. W. EVROS' IliOðieillett according to the di
rections accompanying them. A rewnion took
place; the pail, and pressure in her body was
removed; her tnind became clear and strong; her
spirits perfectly good, and up to this tittle it is
in all respects,restored to health, which for the
last ten years has not enjoyed.
JONAS SNYDER.. r
rr Another recent test of the unrirelled
of Pre Win. Etall Iiirdicinc.--1)1,SPEP61A,
TEN NEARS S'PANDING.--11r. J. McKim..
2sie, 176 Stanton street, was afflicted with the
above complaint for ten yearii, which iticapacla
eit iniervais, ter the period OrsiX )enrs,
n attending to his business, restored to perfect
ealth under the salutary treatment of Dr. Vim
'rho symptoms were..--A sense of distension
and oppression atter-,catilig, distiessing pain in
tho pit or the stomach, nausea, impared type-.
tite, giddiness, palpitation of the heart, peat
'debility and emaciation, depression of..spirits,
distuilied rest, sometimes a bilious tyomitilis,
and pain in the rigid side, an extretiffl!degreiod
languor and Faintness; any etidenvoutto pursue
his business causing immediate eshaustofflund
.111r. MeKenzio is daily attending to his
ness, and none ot tlie above symptoms bye re.
cured since ho used the ineitieine, Ile is now
a strong slid hcaltliV Man. Ile resort( d niv-.
rinds ot remedies, 1)0 they ssme all inellixtual.
lin is wilting to give tiny hitt:ow:16mi to the af
flicted respecting the inestimable benefit render
ed to him by the use ot Dr. Wm...Evans' med
. The ifflove Medicine eau be preenred or all
Dr. Wm. Evans' dtivertiseil niterits in the United
States, nod throughfflo the World.
ID' Dr, Evans,.trf order to pre tint the pat
rons if his 111edieing4litting imposed upon by
comiterfflits, lias e labels oral) his meiti
Noce entered according to art el.Congress Ile
requests them thcrelbre, to lie paititailar in dOrm
ing that the labels contain the following notice :
"1::taterett accortliott to act of Coogrrss,l,o
Fron.1, in the year 1839, in the Clerk' S.- 0 IP CC qf
NOlithent District Court of
C. Voiniglow. - Cleveland.
J. A. Becht.. IA rot).
A. Underhill. Massillon.
J. Overholt. Fliiladelpeia
eTOKELY AND LLONAIID continue
their practice as Attorney's, and may at
lin times he consulted at their office, New Phil.
clelphia, in the east end of the two story triune
building ou high street, nearly onusite the Ili.
flee of the Tusearawas Democrat
May 30, 1839.
DOUSE, 'SIGN. ORNAMENTAL PAIN.
'TER ,ss . GLAZIER.
MT OULD respeethilly inrorm the -cili
' zens of Canal Dover and vicinity,
that he has colon:cored the ahove hu.
sincsi immediately over MICHAEL FISSEUS
Wagon Shop, where he intends to carry it on
in all its various oranclies. Ile also has con
nected Avith the abovethe Paper flanging
which he promises shell not be surpassed by
any. His work shall be done in a stile and
manner, that will show flir its sell.
ile also will attend to work in the country.
Canal Dover, Aug. 15, P339. 'amo.
any. ins worm snail be done in a stile and -
- .651.1N ifty -...' - '' .7 . , t,7 iiitelay grivent.n,
'. fount:1111A err,,eatent. . r;itt.ors ivota het'
manner, that will show for its sell.
Ile also will attend to work in the country. I A Medicine that will perft,elp, ,itt
Canal Dover, Aug. 15, P339. :lino. ars is a public banelactor,Pkountry flitOTHE,,-- - .--. -- at hid?
031'0hr:tied Pills have prolghtfy---
COMO! TOE TI1E CELALK!! ,. 44
the country. A Medirin a el' - 9 the bar' OW , tu.,1, ,,.. . , . ki, .
by having been successA ., -
t latting oittii,;(' ,oruitgo. '.- it.s a disease with whicl
llin subscriber wishing to enlarge his
PI it ptoduces a free eircul ..,..
groccriea find8 it.iwnessary to call up the surrace of thc body, 'EattAtich i I have seen very i .1,, 41y afflicted :.- iinJ 7 I',.':; I
?a !bow who aro indebted to him either by en8 tho Stomach, Liver. '1,,,,: (LA,. a 1 ..?-:.1. Pr' 2...,P,PaI1 TIP 1.: 'P.'
and) 0.T .hyReflourrtle.blen':,11eircricarr:41:03,1,o,..1:trwreho,u.1:1, ..,::::: ,,,,
int 11111-11,' ',,,,,," MY, -- . . -,
- - .4 "... ... n''''' '''' illkji tlie country. A Medicin a stn. 4-set. ' tor . , ,, ,, ,, .
IllE subscriber wishing to enlarge his 1 Vabing i olgii,";,i' ,ore,6,1. ,
. - es a doom
groceriea find8 irneeessary to WI up , the sorreee or the body, Ec, ;,thich i I have seen very i ;,'4fr afflicted
it modoces a free eireu .... .
on theso who are indebted to him either by en8 tho Stomach, Liver, 'ho,.f C..it a tincellemirid, r, :lit net& . Dr,
Donk, note, or otherwise, in orderethat he nifty healthy tone to ail the V brult:1,6,7,11;:41 itOS.' - --------1., ktter to Dr.' Aire!.
meet his ends. lie regrets to be under tins ting the insensible,removy,; 9' -
neeessity,but eireunistences urge him to it. , matory action, and . 4 .11- r e 1 344,11. sil ,Ivit:1; i 'not a c '1, of t,'
Those who canno. possibly pay the full amount energy, and vigero -
will confer a favor ay. settling part. yet, mon. must consequtnti mlwy thge 111,Dea a Pend , ' feared !hi -
HibliPaY ert.3nit. Al le It-erno.' .. 4 drinkers a ,
ey be must have, nnd that on er before the 26111 lector. Theyd 'Y lett mg P rwi r,-., .- , '.. ,, 1 cf. T .-, '
that on or 14 et
, of this month. So take notice. still the. 04. I. ; . tiOCIETY.-.,- k . ,
Cru,i . ' , ,'
1 JAAIES IL PATil trtz I -A . take nolga ;,IlatIL i -7 . , ,
must consequtnti.yr-50""ïtlitlia' purl Sib!. All le 1""" "01 4 drinkers :
a 1 - sI u, try. OVUM mon
1839. 2t. . ey must have, nod that on er -before the 26th inctor:44rerhosti
, of this month. So htke oath.
JAMES U. PATRICK.
take tiots Agit,
raw t. rit,rer n It- -en -.! 'or.sho -YAgo , -
'that on.o,or burerier, 1 -
JA3IES U. PATRICK.
N. B. Ile atinvontinued to Sell t a i-,;',"ii4wPr'iito take nows-,. dalik, It'
" 01Ver.she , batmLamo .1 4i,
much lower than can be had at anv othaer pIrrileti3e evv,Itjt.P1' '1"'L''' " . bfer''' ''F'S P
iu town at his Store, neat door to -Mrs Albert's is., , "4' $111016 .----
.. Uwe!. .
I Ink.- fin 1Poull.t . : j IT' P - - : 4, ''''4.,Lnd cf:br
fre,ui diseates of tliu titothacit, Lit or, Bowels
Su'id at II t, ( it, C bidkm grout, N.
CONSpIPTION, DMPEPSIA, AND LI
VER COMPLAINT, 45a.
FROEFETCUS OF THE
As the enjoyment of health depends en pre-1
serving the lonctions of tlie Momach, Liver, ht- -
testines and Lungs, in a healthy and vigerous o Democrat
state, through the operations ot which the body
receives its growth, its nett ition, its support, it AND -
can no longer be astenishing that when these vis I
cora are deratiged,and cannot perform4heir pro.. Assured that, in adopting the Ines Fore, we are
per functions, the whole system suffers and be hut meeting the obvious wants of die communi
comes disordered. Knowing this to be a sound ty, the subs';ribers ss ill offer to the approbation
rind demonstrated fact, in science and experi. I and support of their fellow citizens a weekly
mice, DocTon Durcr's SYSTEM OF PRACTICE is in newspaper to be published in the town of Canal
faithful accordance with it. He aims to keep Dover, Ohio, bearicg the name of the "Ohio
the Stomach, Lungs and tho Liver, in vigerous Deniocrat and Dover Advertiser", Although
and healthy action, as the three great thinitains the limits of a Prospectus do not admit oflextem
of health and life. For this purpose his pills tided expositions and niinute details in regard rti
are comPounded of herbs, which strengthen and this enterprise, somewhat of our principles. and
equalize the action of the heart, and give an im- purposes will bo properly demanded by the
pulse or strength to the arterial system, at the public, and as hir as is titling to the occarn ,
same time quicken the action of the absotbent we proceed briefly to decline ,
and discharging YOBSOid ; and as all the secre The political columns of our paper will be
lions are drawn from the blood, any.rnorbid ac found, therefore, to espouse the doctrines of,,a
lion.; which may have taken phtce is removed, strict construction oftlie Federal Constitutiorr;
all obstructions are overcome, the blood is purl- will advocate the principles ofthe present Adirti
tied, and the body assumes a heallilld state. nistration, and will maintain the 11cl:trines cithe
These pills give tone to the stotnach, increase Denier Party in that political relorm which has
the appetite, and eminently expel all acid or been so repeatedly indicated by tlie geceral soil;
morbid matter through the excureioly duds in- rage. As conductors of a public Journal wiriest
to the passage of the bowels. in all e4i.scs, object III the alight mid knowledge,
Consumption, indigestion or Dyspepsia, Bilious our columns Will be open to Mil mid flee discus.
Affections, or Liver Complaints, Ileariburo, ion on all matters Met 'merest the Public.
Sourness or Acidity in the otemalli, Tightness We shell be equally, gratilied nye may, t's
at the Chest, Loss of Appetite, Sick Head A instrumental in rellitmg the opinions ofthMto
che, Pain m the Dead, if tick, Limbs and Side, who differ front us, or, ir wros.g ourservet4 ilia
Flatulency, Typhus and Scarlet Fever, Putt id our errors he corrected., We earcesily desire ti
Sore 'Hiram, Fever end Ague, or Intermitting establish au IstarcsDENT and FREE PRESS. it
Fevers, flout, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica, the liberal sense of the terms. Am so indeperi
Spesinoilic Affections, and Tic Doloureux, Con. -dent, as it may be above patronage and reckleic
VUISIOIA Clithlren,Mevies Small Pox, Hoop- of opinion, not lice as its conductors may rublisl
inn Cough. Rickets, orms, e what they pieaso and withhold ss hat diet
tale Obstructions, Chlorosis or Gn3en Sick. pleasbut so independent that it shall incolonti
ness, and Rejections of Food, and Cestiveness, tiutlyind so free that it 'shall be te ecs';able
Colic, whether flatulent or Bilious, follow the the efforts orall dm horebtly seek the ectiligt
DIREC'HONS. died efforts of the public niiiidoind the. Cothiltail
Colic, whether flatulent or fiilious, follow the
' DI It EC'f 1 ON:Ss .
, ÐORRTeilie from three to ten pills, till they
operate, two or three times daily. The use of
the pills must be persevered in till a cure ii efs
INTER ESTING , AND A PPL1CA
I BLE '1'0 'I'll li A ITU Cl'E D
DISRASTS OF TILE OiTONACII, OR Neners;
; Such as DYSPEPSIA, either Chi attic or camual,
order the must symenmis tif restlessness ;
Lowne-s of Spirits mid General Emaciation:
cessusierrox. whether of the Lugs or Liver;
1,1 VI;I: A ITECT MS. JA UN I) IG E, both
Ninny and Spasmodic; Costiveliess ; Vol-ins
of every variety; Rheumatism, whether 4.
' cute 4)r chronic; together wiði GOUT, SOTO.
1 'lila, Pains in the head, Pack,. Limbs, and
, Side, TYPililt, l'nEVER, SCARLET FEVER,Ple
trid Sore Throat, Paha and AGUE, ,
Spasmodic Pelpitutiou of the hetet and Ar
teries, Nei-Yeas.. Irritability, Nervous 'Wetik '
ntss, hysterics The Douloureux Cramps Fe ,
reabi Obstructions, ileartintro, headache '
Com414, the Common or litimid, and the Dry
or the Whooping; ASTHMA, Gravel and '
Th Blood has hitherto' been 'considered by
Einpiricks and dims, as the great regulator of
i the hewer. system, and such is the devotedness
' of' the adherents te that erroneous doctrine, that
1 they evittent 01141.84'01MS Willi the pimple pes
, session ,I' this falleelous opinion, without en
I wilting into the printery seuscee froni whence
' Life I kelt)) and vieour emanate, and ricerursa,
I rain, sedmess, disease and death. Not so with
1 1 '
11,11i. HUNT whose extensive research and
i practical experience so einitiently qualify him
for the profession of which he has been one of
, die ninst useful members. Ile contetills,.and a
! ammeet's relleetiun will convinee any reason.
1 ing mind of the correctness of his viowsthat
! the slomach, liver and the assecieted Orgftlifi are
1 the gunnery and great regulators of health, and
, that the blood in very man) instances is totally
' disconnected with the first end succeeding sta
ges of disease, end that uuless a medicille reach.
es the root of the disease, the superlieial unoy
nes 41,ually prescribed, sent! but as foife to cm,.
er the ravages of deeprooted maladies. Un
dm these coneietions, at the expence of years
Jo close applicati 4n, the doctor has discovered
v medicine whose searching peweis are irresis
tible, anti in prescribing, it is with a firm con
vietion of its being a radical cure in the various
diseases eiready enumerated, even Irapplied in
the most critical cases, but lie does not pretend
to ascribe to ..
1 f!'-':' 1111NT'S PILLS
re...supernatural 'ogency,- althiSegh from positiv
j,roort within! the knondedge cor, ;hundreds, he
is prepared to show, that when eVel ottlar
eel tidy remedy Lts failed, ; .
..: ItiuNrs ruis, - .
fide, Pains in the !lead, Back, Limbs, and ATTENTION DOVER -GUARDS! .
Side, TYPililt, l'nl,VER, SCAIILET FEVElt,Pit -
trid Sore 'fluent, FEVER, and AGUE, ou are hereby ordered io 'meet in '
tho 1911t day of October next, fully uniformed '
Spasmodic Palpitutiou of the Dealt and Ar- the town of Dover, on Saturday
and equipped accordieg to law, fur the puipose i
teries, Nervo Us: Irritability, Nervous Weak
ness, Ily stories The Douloureux Cramps Fe.
rea'a Oltstructions, Denoting', ii,,11,i, of training and inspection. The Company will ,
Com, It, the Common ot humid, and the Dry form in froot of the Commercial Inn, at halt , ',
or the Whooping; ASTHMA, Gravel and Past 9 o'clock, A, M. of said day. By order , - ' ' .t.''
LDAVID IV. CURER IP . .' ' '41.'''
Dropsy. of the Capt.
let 9,77e'llt ond, '; , -'. ;
rfli Blood has hitherto' been 'coneidered bv .
nosom of its ,', ,ti '
rinpiricks and tines, as the great regulator of . , , .,..
the bunter system, and sneh is the devotedness , CORONER'S SAdisted' the little 4,,..,-
of the adherents to that erroneous doctrine, that Y virtue of 8 writ eight's'
,.,' --. , , ,- '
nd shade- .'
thoy commit th,,toseivps with the pimple pes I '
fa to me directed tawitcHIPSIlmtv- ' "'
session ,f this fidlacions opinion, without en- ,fr
of COnilliOn Please of I
-1139it poet could itntwi.' . '"," '
yin Mg into the printery eintsces froni whence
favor of Elielia Janes, rs.,r
Life, I lealtli,and vteour emanate, and rice rasa, a ofhostnri'll t!' '' ' ':
imill, sickness, disease and demi,. A.,,t so with John G. Best, I shall eipa tee, 11,.. ,:' ,;', , ''',I
DR. DEM' whose extensive research and lie Vendue, at the house of tidea 0 9. .): , '',.'"
in IVnyne township, on Sille.0York. t . ,.;''.....?.,:.!
practical experience so einitiently qualify hint
for the profession of w hick he hits hem' one of day of October inst.,'betweeesir.i :-..,..,d.,;. : ,
ðieninSt useful members. Ile contends,--iind a scribed by law, the lollowinglk;yortitettr, ,!. ' -
moment's relketien will convinee any reason. rPhree hundred bushels of 1)..A krory ' ' ;-,l. : 1 ,, -,
ing mind of die correctness of litit viewsthat enrn ' in tile' ginund' fin" ' &Inuit,- 8r7'.' r -' - ' '
the stomach, liver and the associated (MMUS are Oats, three head of )417.47,-. po,,..tot,-.. : .
6,, , Unary and great regulators of health, and twelve 1.teadesilhoornoon4, NA? AN ' ' I'll
that the blood in very man) instances is totally Yoke of Ifetiltefq- , ) th nese ,e''' f:
disconnected with the first nod succeeding sta- Stories.1 ;,. , .
', .. .'"dirli,iliZRnill tr. . "sið, '
gem of disease, mid that uuless a medicille reach. , , 0' '
' AND 'elt" i .1
es the root of tho disease, the superlielal unoy , -. : oi a 44 mine glee s- .0,
nes tinallv prescribed, Fent! but es fag to cov. ct '5 trcigte'd I. eiticial any z......f ,
. t ,11. o th
er the ravages of deeprooted maladies. Un- ' ,Ingpo' int,..;., foils to , ; ..,', ..,.., , .
tlei Mese couvietione, at the expence of years 'Dillon proun '1119i !nen; .. ' ' ' : t'',1
Jo close applicati di, the doctor has discovered - '., ,,r,,,,
41 und svtdv ".
III- f - 0 t
V medicine whose searching pnweis are irresis- ...
; -- 1th hi .1(1 ' -I' ''
tilde, anti in prescribing, it is with a firm con- Aso I .e. .8 ale , .' . -'' ,-or
viction of its being a radical ciao in the various ",neajlCsiokk of.Tserys tb - :,.. .. :, ' -
diseases nlready enumerated, even Irapplied in county, mat i a reiliel et this id. . , :, d ,: '; ; ' , 'I,
the most critical cases, but lie does not pretend led tite,,N,1;rnief af,Lebenc,..,,, ,2,..t;: r,:.-;,-.,,f,
to ascribe to cliaeif,. 41 Jesus, Init --,....-sa C..-"eß ' i' ' 4, .-,--4,"
r.'' IIIIINT'S PILLS Nertori s,.,. iro,,,,,OUT1014 theA,,,,,,,';7,,:," , '
Par irtr" hrr b 8:4 ft:11onable ,k 7' ' 44.!,' ,,
n:supernatural 'ogency,- althOogb frotn positiv ,-. .., ter mg very u J i ,,,, , .,,,,, ... . t,,,, .
'pried; withil the knowedge of, Jimitirede, he "rtr,leAr, to ask for SOMe ire, 4,41. frt, . '','.' '
is prepared to show, that when eves other lick h her ' 7 - ,, ., ,
Iyou ave nothing to st.,-,Ct 1,,,,.,,,, J., ,,,,, -
uglily remedy Las failed, ,
' ' h t
. e, tos going to fetch somoth. ea hittram '4-4,.t".,1,, ' .
, ' ItiuNrs ruis .
, , , ,,, ... d dt, 0 keeps fit - 4- ,,, ,
ward 'little gni stoops , , . . , ..,,,2: , ,
have neveneen known to fail iti effecting t,,,k -' ' ' 'Ufa 4 We,' '' - ,
. d taking Awn cold as elms - ,.,,; ,
very gratifying results, that of raising Roar, ,. , - ' - 114 werlie'lbl-0.-' "- -,,
bed of sickness and thus amply reward'int. Lo Ate putlive embers ao them wt . ,hii, c , . ,... , ,
limit ror his long and 011Xl0114 etude to c Ae as tonishid Doctor' thre-14elre 1' ::- - :' ) ,.
this perfection in the ilEALING OAT U 4,11 4 k ' les -4 ,,,,fitrliolsciltitg(rf A: . ',-. ,', 0 2 i
nyin& ilveito soy nulls ,,. ,,, ,:'.' ,. , r
f t5IIN ifiik et,,,,sdienis,..r., til.ruid, CIPench, .",,,,, , ',,;,,:ii
. '' ,4 founcrthat , ,, , eit,,ctots Would bet' - ' ,'' 4 '
A Medicine that will portlogsZip, ,,. , , . ,tr . . ,-, , ,, - , 1 ' ,
pelt ig a public benelactor, kountry .ittonEalvrr.4-qtrer. Sort should l',,-- '' ,- ',i,,,,, ,
031'0hr:tied Pills have prothifyl;-'- -a tad? - -
' , : eir,.-,,t thestr,' - :,- ", '
and at have you seen ,,,
by having been eucces,4, - , 4'1 ,
the country. A Mediein a 414; - or the hi , 11(1, , . h...., - ' , ,..,,,,. --
it ptoduces a free eircul ...,.. r v
in 110'1ovtie ,Pfi:Th.'1, - . -, : : s. .-,,-,, -,
fling osigio;(' ,oroitgo. ''-- it,s a disease with which'-';'' ,
the surface of the body, 'Eca,1;,,e.hich i 7 have soon eery i. .1,, 41y afflicted '.... anJ '7' '',',,.,; l',, ''
;.ii2 -useful.' Dr. ro,,'
os I ' ktter to Dr.: Airer
e uitlr the W,fs.i lyiyritit km nets ut
oppressions 101.1 neon:, wren bms
iats or dolma. &lido , and tn ecla
t n Ara P0011 elah,Ved hy e Lift 01. ,
GONsUMP110t.'., that insiei Ls ,
stro)er or the humeri family, pia its ant tirlini
train of horrors, greenish and Woody tpittls.,
clammy, night sweats, general emaciation.' rol.-
nation of strength, ail will Ie rolieved by the
iimely administuition af Dr. Hunt's Pills, and, -
If taken according to directions, completely .r
moved. In Liver Couiplaint, Jaundice, Loth
biliary and spasmodic, their influence is truly
astonishing. In all cases of Ilypochundriccism
Low Sprits, Palpiations of ðits heart, Net vtat
Irrittability, Nervous Weakness, tiros Albtd,
Seiniteal Weakness. hithgestionZ Hatutency,
lleastburn,Badily siskmissClilorosit or Greta
Sickness, Flatulent or hysterical Taintings,
Ilieteries. head Ache, Sea Sickness, Nightniate -
Gout, Illieuninusin, Asthma, Tic 11.1ortnix.
, Spasmodic Ittlitttions, Nathan, Vomiting, Paine
, in the Side, Limbs, Head, Stomach or Back,
Dimness or Confusion of Eight, Noises in the
Inside, alternate Flushings of heat Uri Chilli.
law. Tremors, Watehings, Agitation,' Anxiety,
Dad Di earns, Spasms, all may be cum ,'yie7
nioved by the of the above 11114.4, s,
These may be taken witIL.the mast pee,ç!
feet se tidy. Their beniticial inf!peittle bar oitert..ts.t.,
times rev it ed from the bed of swkaustr,
lid. dejected, and emaciatql vietirn if Cisease,.;
and sent him forth again hilt) the .r
, tutu active man.
newspaper to be published in the town of Canal
Dover, Ohio, bearing the name of the "Ohio
Deniocrat and Dover Advertiser", Although
the limits of n Prospectus do not admit of mite.,
tided expositions and niinute details in regard Iti
this enterprise, somewhat of OW principles. and.
purposes will bo properly demanded by the
public, and ns hir itS fitting 1.0 the occarn ,
WC proceed briefly to &clam them. . ,
The political columns of our paper will be 4 ..
found, therelbre, to espouse the doctrines off,a .
strict construction oftlie Federal Constitutiorc4,,,'
will advocate the principles ofthe present Adirti' :
nistration, and will maintain the 11El:trines drilie '
Denim Party in that political relieni which has
been so repeatedly indicated by the geLeral Fluff
rage. As conductors of a public Journal wiles() ,
object is the diffusion of light mid knowledg6,
our columns Will be open to hill mid flee discus- 411
ion on all matters that 'Merest the Publie.
AVe shell be equally, gratilied ifwe matte ,-,,,- 410
instrumental in refuting the opinions ofsbe;i0- 41!. ,
who differ from us, or, irwros.g ourservet4 tide'
our errors he corrected., We earhesilv desire to
establish au INIMPElqii:NT and l'itits Pittss, in' 1'
the liberal sense of the terms. Aut so indepoia
-dent, as it may be above patronage and reckless
ofopinion, not lice as its concluders may publish
what they pietist: and withhold w hat thole
pleteqbut SO independent that it shall ineulcate
uthoind so tree that it 'shall be a, cemble tot
the elrorts oral! who horestly seek the ehliligin
died efforts of the public niiiidoind the. Curititn011
' good of our common country. ,
, A portma of the paper will be devoted to. the
pr ovehoi of Agriculture,,and the lov eiki Cir
Literature shall have spread berme wetly
11' tIta moot interesthig selections, ,
with tho most iiirerestiug portions. oh. fire
Doin,,stie news, w e a week') ra,
Ant oh Nlarket Prices, iondesire Irak
mr paper profit:J.1o, tu the o.kide community
through which it may circulate:
'Fern's of Publeation.The "Democrat mill
Advertiser" will be puldislied weekly at il,h0 -
per annum, if not paid within six ,
iller.the first nuitilier is Published, anti F.'s'Z,r,0
at the end of the year.
HILL & MITCLIENER,.
Duver Sep. 27.
tiold at 100 Chatitum Street, N. York.
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