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'D11. w rez. EVAN'S'
'MA CDATLIAM sritEET, NEW-YORK.
IACTDG Evanil Offi 'e for Medical consulla
- shin and advice, 100 Cittiktri Street; P4'
Daily attendance id given lin personal consul.
tation. Immediate NildWOril are returned to
smutty letters, which intist minutely describe
the'ease, and cieitsin a remittance for advice and
-medicine, which Odd 141 fOrWiltdCd to any rad
ofthu world, however distant. No difficulty
- ean occur as the medicine will be securely pitch
---e I, and !vinare of advice carefully proiftted from
';;- CONSUMPTION, COCCI'S., AND COLDS,
Nervous diseases, liver complartit, dyspepsia,
1- bilious direasos, pilosi, ulcers, ihmale weakness,
and all. Cailditil of hypncliondrincism,' kwspirits,
,palpitation of the heart, nervous irritability, tier
- -Tosss weakness, fluor album, seminal weakness,
, indicestioss,'Ioss of aspente, heart burn, genera
, diebilny, hodily weakness, clilorosis or green
sickness, tiateloincy, hysterical litintings. hyster
. los, headdeliesi'lliccup, sea sickness, night mare
' xheuniattsm asthma, tic douloureux, clamp,
spasmodic' tiP ffsttions, and, those wlick are vie
' thns to that naost.excruciating disorder,. Gout,
will find teller honk their sufferings, a course of
o, ,"7 Dr., Evans' medicine.
- Pans in the side, chest, Hmbi -teed. stomach
nr back, dimness or confusion of sight, alternate
Cashes oiliest au& chilliness, tremors, watch
:ago, agitmien,. anxiety, bad dreitirs, spasms,
morlurial and all delicate diseases, lire success.
fulfy treated by Dr. Evan
trrLetter front the lien. Abraham Brae
inn, Salliyan County, East Tennessee, Mew
ing of Congress.
WASIIIINGT419, July 3ð, 1838.
Sir, Since I Stave been in this city, I have
,IISOd ofyour Dyspeptic medicine with
finite benefit and satisiktion, and believe it to
".- be a most valoable remedy. One of toy con,
etilitfuts, Dr. A. Gardmi, ortampbell county,
Tistitiessee, wrote me to send him seine, which
and lie bed employed it ver:,- successlidly
itýlis practice, :old says it is invaluable. Air.
,Jetinsow, your agent at this place, Milk; you
-would probably like sr. a!retit Teniii,see. If
4 I would reef:imam!' Dr. A. Gaisðell as it
ellroner parson to officiate fa the sale of your
celetirated medicine. Should you commission
hini,-he is willing to act for you. You can send
inedicine by water to the care of Robert
:Ling & Sons, Knoxville county, Tennessee,
or by tan& to Graham & Houston Tazewell,
tf. i;ttst Tem I have no doubt but if you had a
. ;,alitsin several counties in East Tennessee, a
freat deal of your medicine would be sold. I
tan going to Sake some or it keine with me for
, Aity-eoin use, end:that ditty friends, mid should
Eke to hear from you whether you would like
.4 :to agent at Bluntville, Sullivan county East
Thom 1 esti get seine-of the merchants to act
fur you, ns live near there.
ABIt IIAM M,'CLELLAN, of Tenn.
Wm. Evans, IOU Chatham sL N. Y.
,E CRC IlEtt, residing at GO
illott street, New York, wds afflicted Wail Dy
-pepsia iu'its most aggravated form. The syny
,10f119 were vieler.t headache, great debility, fe
ver, costive less, cough, heartliburn, pain in the
'chest and stainach always after eating, impaired
4-1-appetite, sensation or ...king the stomach,
furred louvre, nausea; with restlessness. These
,.11ad cuutieued upwreds of twelvemonth; whet:
era consultiog Ork Wm. tivams, IOU Chatham
street, and submitting to iliA over successful and
-.2greciattly mude of taeatinent, the patient was
completely restored to heitith in the short space
of tone nieutii, and grateful for the incalculable
1 benefit derived, .gladly came fut ward and vok
4:nteered tho above statement.
Dr. WM. EVANS' M6dical thrice; 100
Chatham street. Mow York.
11IE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATE was
, 130ed to us by Mr. Van Scheick, of Albany, a
4 ?lighly reipectable member of the community,
i end whose veracity cannot be doubted:
' Mr. Septa 41US Kendall. of the town of Wes.
. mrluo, county of Albany, was for about 27
:ears troubled with a lierVOUS and bilious H&c
tion, which for 7 yeata rendered trim unable to
.4 4 attend to his business, dud during the last three
, --years of bis illness vas confined to the house.
niptoms were dizziness, pain in the head
al itation of thu heart, went of appe
rt expending Luring his confine.
. e hundred d JIlars Wallow ob
inont relief', he by accident
lisement or. Di. W. Evans,
tient Pills, Mid was COritit3
naltu a trial adieu:. After
fortnight, he wit ahleto
,.41,8 fie could attend to
ered his disease entirely
a information was given to
coil Kun,dall himself; there
'THEN VAN SGIIAICK.
, t pains
i uli rens
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D-11. HUN 'Pi.; PILLS te!i!,, uutiur tint 0Pt.0.8t by ti.ptutio4 sus skao of
9 spirils, opuressions idler citing, :wiretiorash,
For Consumption, Nyepsio, uhd Li, low, of appetite, general debility, anet..einticia
. er Compifiint. I him ftre soon removed by tbe iie of lino above
Reftder,i'are yeirsillieleil With Indigestion, I Pl'is GlINSUMrFION, that I41,,ittioub ,h,,
iitrityor of the human family, and its antaidant
Costivenese, Sour Eructations, L088 of Alipe.
train of horrors, greenish and Moody spade,
tite, Watetv Lash Pain or Distress at the Stn.
nmich',' Sickness atlei Litimt, Languor, Paiptim 14leteleh eitli'l "'eats' geeetel eineeieiiefilPrees
lion of the Ileart, Lowiteifts tif spirits, Pain in ill:stioti sr-strength, all will be relieved tiy the
adininistlation al' Dr. ilunt's Falls, and,
the Deed. Breast, Back and Linibe,' Dizziness 1 iletelY
if taken according to directione, completely so
und Confusion of Sight, a Fear of atone liii
moved. in Lives Complaint, daundiee. tietli
pending Evil. Restlessness, a Dislike for Food, '
vitit other NOIVOUS Systiptenhi; britig befine ilaidry ',end spasmodic, their influence is truly
you the Piclum orate Dyspeptic, end Constillip.., ll8hollshillgi In all casesof Hypocheadriacilitit
live patient. laving reaolved to rioncilY them Low Spirits, Palpitations of the ileart,'Aromme
Irrittability, Nervous Weaknese, Finer Allies,
procure immediately a boa of DR. HUNT'S
SOIlliltal Veaknose, indigestion; flatulency,
PILLS, a never failing and efficacious remedy
I leastiviirii, Bodily VealtnessChloresis or Green
for Mose dreaded firmer human happiness 1ya- 1
Sickness, Flatulent or Ilyitivrical Faintingsd
pepoy, Gonsumption and Liver Complaint, and
the whole train of niehilicholsr affections aris.,t Ilisterice.11cad Ache, Sea Sickiiese,Nigimietra :
Gout. Rhituniatisni, Asinine,. Tie lioloroos, !
ing from diseases fine Stunted', Liver, Bowels
and Lungs. 1 Spasmodic Affections, Nausea, Voiniting, Pains I
Limbs, Head, Stomach or Back, I
Soh aC the Office, 1 Chatham strcet, MI ill the Suiel
York. Dimness or Confusion of IfKglit, Neimis in.-rho:1i
nside, alternate Fleshings of fleet and Chilli.;
riesir; Tremors, Watchinge, Agitation,-Aneiety, '
Bed Dreams, epasins, all may be completely re- i
- moved by the use of the above Pins.
DIIIIUNT9S 'nese Pills may be taken with the most .pera '
. fect safety. Their benificial influence has rthen4
CELEBRATED PILLS, times revived from the tied of ticlineek the pals
Foal lid. dejected, and etnaciated victim Sof disemse,
A ND LI, and sent him forth again into the world, a ludo
and active man-
VEIC COMPLAINT, Zee. ' Sold at 100 Chatham Strect, N. York.
.... ---- -
?As the eniovment er health depends on pre- PROSPETCUS OF TDB
As tile enjoyment ef health depends on pre
serving the functions of the Stomach, Liver,'in
tcstinev anti Lungs, ill a healthy end vigermis
state, through the operations of which the body
reeelees its grewth, its Nutt Ohm, its supporti it
can nu longer be astonishing that when these vis
tem are derangeti,and cannot perform their pro
per functione, tho whole system suffers and be
comes disordered. Knowing this to be a sound
itioddeitenettrated fact, in science 4ind experis
trice, Decree HUNT'S SYSTEM OF PnaeTtcz id in
faithIbl accordauce welt it. Ile aims to keep
the Stomach, Lungs and the Liver, in vigerous
and healthy action, as the three great lisuntains
of healtlt mid life. For this purpose his pills
ere compounded eflierbs, which strengthen anti
equalize the action of the heart, and give an im
pulse' or strength to the arterial systein, at the
seine time quicken the action of the absorbent
anti discharging vessels ; and as all tliti eeere
tions are drawn frotn the blood, any morbid ac
tion which may have taken phcs is removed,
alt obstructions are overcotne, the blood is puri
fied, and the body asseineg a henthilli -state.
'Pose pills give tone to the stomach, increase
the appetite, and eminently expel al 1 auld or
morbid matter through the execretot y duels irt
to the passage of the bowels. In eases of
Consumption, Indigestion or Dyspepsia, Bihous
Airectione, or Liver Complaints, Heartburn,
Sourness or Acidity in the Stony:It,- Tightness
at the Chest, Loss of Appetite, Sick Head A
cite, Pain in the B ack, Limbs and Side,
Flat'llency, Typhus and Scarlet E'ever, natio"
Sore Throat, Fever and Ague, or littermitting
Fevers, Coin, H hountatism, tembago, Sciatica,
Spasmodic Atf!ctions, and Doioureux, Con.
Nuisiints of Children, Measles,Sinall Pox, 'loop
ing Cough. gitiekets, Teething, Worms. Fe
male Obstructions, Chlorosis or Green Sieks
nets, nod Rejections or Food, end Costiveness,
Cube, whether ilstelent or Bilious, follow the
Dosz.Take from three to ten pills, till they
oper,tte, two or three tunes daily. The use of
the pills tuust be persevered in till ti cure hi ef,
LNITERE8TING LND APPLICA
BLE TO TIIE AFFLICTED
DISEASTS OF THE STCLMACIt, Ort NIEnvEs;
Such AS' DYSPEPSIA, either Minnie or casual,
under the worst symptoms ot ro,stiessuess
Lowne,s of Spirits and General EMaCEtilOri:
CONSUMPTION, Wilethrl Of thi4 111111,5 or Liver;
LI E It A PFECT ION8-1AUSDIG T, both
Biliary and Spasmodic; Costiveness ; Volans
of every variety; Rheumatism, whether A.
cote or chronic; together with COU'll, Scrip,
rola, PalOS in the Head, itecle; Litobst and
Tvvnas FEVER, SCARLET FEY Elt,Ptc
trid Sor4 Throat, FEVER end AGUE,
Spasinolie Palpitation of the Dealt and Ar
teries, Nerveus Irrita5ility, Nervous Weak
ness, Hysterics The Doulottreus Cramps re.
male 'Ohstructimis, Heartburn, Head'ache
"Cough, the Coliftri011 Ok and the Dr)
or the Whooping; ASTHMA, Gravel an.1
The Blood has hitherto been consPored by
Empiricks and others, as the great regulator of
the humar. system, and such is the devotedness
or the fulherents te that erroneous doctrine, that
they content themselves with the simple poi.
session el' this fai,ations opinion, without en
'miring into the primary sousccs froni whence,
Life, I fealtli,and vigour emanate, ami rice versa,
pain,sickness, disease old death. Not so with
DR. AUNT whose CatanalVt) rosearch and
pfactical experieme so eminently qualify him
for the profession of which he has been ono of
the niost useful members. ile contendsroind a
amnion's rellection will convince any reason
mg mind of the correctness of his viewsthat
the stomach, liver and tbe associated organs are
the primary and great regubtors of health, and
that the blood in very man) instances is totally
disconnected with the first and snoceeding
ges of disease, and that unless a inedicine reach
es the root of the disease, the supei anoy
, nes usually prescribed;-serve but as thils to coy
ler the ravages of deep-rooted melodies. .Un
der these convictions, at the expence of years
'of close application, the 'doctor 11113 discovered
a medieine whose searching powetsareirresim
' tible, and in prescribing, it is with n firni con
viction of itebeing a radical cure in the various
'diseatas already enumerated, even irapplied
the most critell cases, but he does not pretend
to ascr;be to
4sopernntittal .ageney, although flora 'positiv
roofs withinl the knowledge or hundreds, he
prepared to show, that when every other
rally remedy has failed,
inever",been known to kill's effecting two
v gratifying results that or raising rrom-the
f skckness and l'hus amply rewarding Dr.
'ter tiis long and anxious study to attain
41,lion'in,the DEALING AftT.
will p:rrorm what it prorni
tor such DR. IIUNVS
ved themselves to be,
18 y tried iu all parts of
o comrounded, that
lion in the vessels on
:leanses and strength.
end Lungs, gives a
kers, and by promot
,s all febrile or intlam
'arts muscular strength;
a pudlie ben.
nd they may
Ohio I cmocrat
Assured that,- in adopting the measure, we troi
but meeting tho obvious wants of the common!
ty, the 0'6v:fibers will offer to the approbation
and support of their fellow enizene a weekly
newspaper to be published in the town of Callal
Dover, Ohio, bearing the name of the "Ohio
Democrat and Dover Advertiser", Although
tins knits 'of a Frospectus do not admit of exte
nded expositions and minute detaile in regard to
this enterprise, somewhat of our princijdes and
porposes"will be properly demanded by the
public, and us far its is fitting to the occasion,
we proceed briefly to ductora them.
The political colunais of our paper will be
found, therethre, to espouse theductrities of a
strict construction of the Federal Convidetiln,
will advocate the principles order present Adw,i.
nistration, and will maintain thedootristes of the
Demo' Party in that political reform Witicli has
been so repeateAlly indicated by the general stiff.
rage. As conductors of a public Journal wnooe
object is the diffusion of fight and knowledge,
our columns will be open to and free discus.
sion on all !natters that interest the Publics
We shall be equally, gratified if we my be
instrumetital in rotittiug the opinions of those
who differ from us, or, it vrong ourselves, that
our errors bo corrected. We earnestly desire to
establish an lanoessortcr and Fume l'lloss,
the liberal sense of the terms. Not so indepcm
dent, as it may be above patronage ar.d reckless
of opiitiou, riot free as its conducters may publish
what they please. and withhold what they
pleasbut so independent that it shall inculcate
truth,and so lice that it shall be-atcessable to
the etthrts oral! wlio horestly seek the
ened efforts or the public mind,irod the commón
good Of.0111' CIIIIMInti country.
A portur! of the paper will lie devoted to the
pr ovrtion t of Agriculture, and the lovers of
Litcrithv 41311 brae spretiii before them twiny
or tio not,t inkresting selettions. Tt.gether
with !Int most iiikreting portions 01 FoNign
soJ newe, We will give a wevidy re,
port of o,e Ilarka aud desite to make.,
otir profittlile, to the whole community
throvb which it may circulate:
'Venus of Publcation.--The "Democrat and
Ad ve-tis,lr" will he published weekly at et2,0Q
per atimipt, if not paid within six Months,
Apr the first number is Pablistied, fold $'2,50
at the end !dike year.
DILL Sz. MITCHENER..
Dover Sep. 27.
--,1 ATTENTION DOVER GUAgDS!
yiju ere hereby ordered;to meet inn
the town of Dover, on Saturday
the I9th day of October next, fully uniformed
and equipped according to law, for the purpose
of training and inspection. Tito Company wil(
form in front of the Commercial Ion, at hall
past 9 o'clock, A. M. of said day. By order
of the Capt. 4
DAVID W. OCKER,
-V virtue of a writ otli fa et Ian,
In) fa to me directed from the Court
of Common Please of 'Posearawas county,
litvor of Elisha Jartrit, rt,.:11)0triall Mills and
John G. Best, shell expose for saleelPtit...
lie Vemlue, at the house of said ThoinaiMille,
in Wayne townshm, Saturdary the lel
day of October inst., between the hours ire
scribed by law, the following property iswit :
Three hundred. busluds of Wheat, 20 acres of
Corn the 'ground, flier hundred Dozen of
Oats, three head of horses, ten tuns of Hay,
twelve 'head of hogs, two head of Cows, one
Yoke of Oxen.r.errolKdr .of ErenCli Burr Mill
.1U:rill:It B. ROWLEE,
'Oct S, t838.
A Veluable tract on the Tuscarawaa rive
,,M.:near Now Comerstown in Tuscarawar
county, contaiiiine 63', ACitES,commonly cal
led tho Mitchell Tract. Persons desirous of pur
chasing are referred to Andrew Creter Esq. et
New 'Conterstown, who Will MUM them the
premises, and aro desired to make their prop..
salt; known to said Croter or myself, by the 2d
week in October, at which 'time Mr. Mitchel
expeets to be here, and ready to close a bargain
shotild suitable ierms be offered.
B. M. ATHERTON.
New Philadelphia, Sept. 1839. '
linat AI &di J11 ale'
Notice its limb, given to the Com
missioned officers of the 1st Rifle Reg
iment 4th B. 34 D. 0:M.. to meet et
the house of Jonathan Tucker on bat.
urday 5th day of October next; and
then and there to elect '011e Colonel fOf
said regiment. i
By ortler ,of the Brig. Gen.
n SMITH 4 Co. Dover, will receive
fa Cloth to Dress anid Wool to Card. for
the New Philadelphia Carding Maohine
4,711 fling Mill, and returned to diem on short
notice and in good order.,
BROWN & to.
11 Now rhilado lphia, Juno 8. 1838.it.
D WILlItM EV ANN'S i FASHIONABLE TÀ11,01ii:ta
S YR UP. n OSEPH W. NEWBURGH, wmuld
FV11' CHILOR E NC.
hoz gam) BY HIMSELF.
To Mothers and Nurses. 1
Tho ',renege Of the teeth through the gems
'reduces troublesome end dangerous symptoms.
it is known try mothers that ths.re is west irrit,
ation in tire mouth and gums doting this pro,
cess. The puns swell, the itecretionvf the sal,
I iva is increased.the with fi-equent
and sudden litleof crying. watching, starting in
1 ts sleep, and spasms of peculiar parts; the child
' isnrieks with txtreme violence, and thrusts he
fingers into its mouth. 1r these precursory syrup
.1 toms are notspeedily alleviated,spasmorlic cow.
1 vulsions universally supervene, and mon cause
the nissefution of dm infant. If mothers .,vhe
have their littli3tabes afdicted with theseills.,
tressineg symptoms would smilye'Dr. William
Evans 8 Soothing Symp., which has preserved
'hundreds of infants when thought past recove.
rý, front being suddenly attacked with that fa
tal malady convulsions.
This infallible retnedy has preserved hnn,
dreds when thought past recovery, tiontrten
veleiotts. As soon its 'the Syrup is lobbed on
'the gums, the chiM Via recover. This proper,
anon is so innoceut, so fficacious, and so plea,
pant. that no child will refuse to let its gums be
rubbed with it. When infants are stthe age of
fine months, though thcre is no atipearanoe o
teethmne bottle of the syrup shot Id be usedcrn
the gums to open the pores. Parents should mi.
ver be without the syrup its-the nursery where
there are young children. for if a child wakes
in the night with pain in the guilts, the Syrup
immediately gives ease, by opening tholieree
and heats the gunis;thereby preltentmg ebhvuld
i ons. Fevers, Sze.
lErEntered according to Act of Congress. Ðe
particular that the labia on the boo expresses
such. The genuine is vended by Agents only.
11:721 setcrecase of Piles cured ag100 Chatham
street. Mt - Daniel Spinning .of Skrewebury, I
Eden Town. New Jersey-was severely 'alio.
led with Piles for niore than 20 years. Dad
recourse to medicines of almost every deserip
tion, also the advice of several eminent Pyst,.1
Cialift, bin never found the slightest relief from
any sonrce whatsoeve: anti he sited on Dr.
Evans; oft 30 Chatham street, New York , and
procured some medicine from Slim, fiom-whicit
he found immediate Jelief.and subsequently a i
Extract era. fetter efJoints Snyder, rost Maie. ,
ter, Kernsiiille, Pa, to Dr. William Evans.
Among several cases, the followingis found;
An elderly lady, who had been 25 years so itt;
Meted wite nervatis hydochondris, debility, Sm.
that fur the last 3 years see constantiv received
medical aid from a respectable physician; but
the prasstrre and pain cm her ,heart and breast,
and especially with weakness in her 'need and !
on her mind, keeping her discourazed to under
take any thing. ite.ltlay she commeneed using
Dr. W. Evans' medicines according to the
Tedious accompanying them. A reaction took
place; the pain and pressure in her body was
removed; her mind became clear and strong; her
spirits perfectly good, and up to this time it is
in all respects restored to health, which for the
last ten years has not enjoyed.
Seprember 7, 183to.
IL7 Another recent testof the unrivellek rirtite
of Dr. Wm. Etans'
TEN YEARS. sTA
ziet' 170 'Stanton street, was afflicted wi It the
shove complaint for ten years, which incapacht
ted h m at intervals, for the period-of six years,
n attendin; to his business, Testored to perfect
iealttrunder salutary treatment of Dr. Wm.
The symptoms icereoA senile or distension
and oppresbion oiler eating, distressing pain in
the pit of the stomach, nausea, impared appe
tite, giddiness, palMistion or the heart, great
debility and et:Jaen:Mei, deprestiati or spirit?,
disturbed rest, sometiines a bilious voiniting,
and pain in the right side, an extreme degree of'
languor and filintuesst any endeavour to pursue
his business causing immediate exhauston and
Mr. McKenzie is ilaily'attendinglo'llis bsiii
ness, and none ol the above symptoms have re
curred since lie used the medicine. lie is nOW
a strong and healthv man. lie resorted to my
riads ot remedies, but they were all ineffectual.
Ile ib willitig to give any information to the at.
!hilted respeaing the inestimable benefit render
ed to him by the use ot Dr. Win. Evans' med
icine. The above Medicine can be procured dell
Dr. Wm. Evans' ode' rtised splits' hi the United
States, end throughout the World.
Er Evniis, in order to prevent the pat
rons nf his !Medicines being imposed upon by
ceilincrlints, has bad the labels of.all di
eines eetered according to act orCerigrese. Ile
requests them thererore, to he pdrticular in see.
Mg flint the labels contain the following notice :
"Entered according to act of Congress,hij
Erans, in the war ten, in the Clerk's gine. of
the &Wan District Court of Neiv.Yorit" -
M. C. Vounglow. 'Cleveland.
A. Beebe. tAlcron.
A. Underhill. Massillon.
team N. Philadelpeie
61,171)KELY AND LEONARD continue
their practice as Atterney's, and may at
all times be consuhed at theirotilce, New Phil.
delphia, in the east end of the two story frame
building on high street, nearly mosite the it.
fice of the l'uscara was Democrat,.
may '30, 1839.
SIGN, ORNAMENTAL PAIN.
TER ,s GLAZIER.
MILD 'respectfully Inform the 'chi.
zens of Canal Dover and vicinity,
that he has commenced 'the above bu
siness immediately over MICHAEL FISSEL'S
Waggon Shop, where he intends to carry it on
in all its various rancho& lie also has con
nected with the abovethe Paper Hanging
which he promises shall not be surpassed by
any. His work shall be done in a stile and
manner, that will show for its sell.
ile also will attend to work in the country.
'Canal Dover, Aug. 15, 1839. 3tno.
COME! Ton THE ClIAL la!
aubscribtir wishing to enlarge his
groceries finds it necessary to call up.
on those who are indebted to him either by
Book, note, or otherwise, in orderlthat he may
uniet his ends. He regrew to be under this
necessity,but circumstances urge him to iL
Those who cannot possibly pay the full amount
will confer a favor by settling part. yet, mon.
ey be must have, and that on or before the 26th
of this month. So take notice.
JAMES U. PATRICE.
N 13. Ho still continues to Sell at a rite
much lower than can be bad at any other piece
in toWn at his Store, nest door to Mrs Albert's
Jot), 30, 1831-85
t 'nip& gt,
- CELEBLATED ef-.11.4LE PILLS.
.-. -, .
fonnd to attend to arivoll like- sted t4
him. tie Setters Memel' it will be: The" P111114g sltoftfilY rgeontmended lo the
e ' notice of the ladies as a safe and .60. it re :,
-done as durable, neat end rotation-able: tet et- -t,
. edy. an retooling; those complaints peculiar tti
mit 64E14m-done in the country, 41 he, them aes, !hal WSW Of Exercise. or general --.
intends-at all times to keep in hie em - Debility of the System,
time sareogthenier., cleansing, and giving ' t.
ploy good competent 'workman, and hie. di0118, and Irregularity et 4Its Weals i at the '
means to lectiveibeTwabions isamply Ian"'
Pc oaliiid l'or.
- tone to the Stoniach end Bowels, and producing
a new and healthy action throu,gliout the aye. . .
,,,Te accommodate his friends 411 the ton generally. They emote Appetite, conect .
Headache, and are emineatly usefell in those
country, he will take nearly all kinds ol Indigestion, remove Giddiness end Nervous
country produce. .
Flatulent Complaints which di,stress Females se
N. B. One or two apprentices wan.. niuch at the 'Ions or Lim lbey obviate Coss
ted immediatetY an kern lito 11)1110110g tiveness and counteract ail llysterIcal and Net.. ,
permanent relief in Fluor Albus, or Whites, and
business. Boys between'the age-of-15 Atone krections. likewise afford soothiug arid -
and '16, would be preferred. They must
be of load character, as recommendas, In the 'met 14'611814 "Bel get. Chkeeets, at .
Green Sicknees,they invariably remote the pals
time of industry, honesty, and twbfie' -lid and delicacte female to bealth and vigour. .
try, will be 'required. .i ,.
. these Pill8 have gained the sanction sod sp.
Canal Dover, Aug. 15, il339. If. probation of the most eminent Physicians in the
United States, and mane mothere , can likewise -
testify to their extraordinary efficacy. To mar.
gin ANTON- FEMALE SEM IN A RY.The
ried females. whose expectations of the tender
Trustees DI thia institution would re..
est pledges of connubial happiness have been
defeated, these Pills may be truly esteemed a .
IIILJspectfully inform its patrons and the public
Emerady, that the school will be opened lor the
ional debility, and if taken, according to direcs .
reception ofpupils on the ist day of August next, blissful boon. ' They soon renuvate all Inuc.
tier's, obviate all morbid action. A medium thus
under the superintendence of Req. Joe. M.
safe dnd efiicacious, will be Mond in .. s
Goshorm sodnis lady.. Mrs. Goshorn has been '
engaged in the instruction of young ladies about
Those fills are of two kinds namely No.1, -
12 yearsfive of which she had cheese of the Dr. Goode's Celebrates Female ruts.
Female Department of the Norwalk Athinary.
They. are for all the following diseases : Sups
Tbelltmost confidencemay be repeeea in ibeir or' Laxative Pills, and No. 2, Restorative Pills. .
qualification to' condo& the itched! in such a r
manner as to give their pupils the advantages of pression, Irregolarity or Retention of the Alerts
a complete English and Classiaaledisation. MS, Fluor Albeit, Chlorodis or Green Sicknese,
TERAIS OF TUITION, .por quarter of 12 Costiveriesa. Gravel, Incontinence of Urine, .
weeks. ., , Nervous Affectione Ilymerice, Prolapsus Uteri,
Primary Department, ' $3 00 or Calling of the Womb, and Piles. These Pills
First lass in English studies,including are also particularly adapted to the melees well
Reading, Writing, English Grammer as the female sex, ler the cure of the lcillowing .
Modern, Ancient and Universal Go. diseases: Nervous Di808888 Liver Cointdaint;
ography, with the use of Globesi & Dyspepsia,Bilious Diseasea,and all cases 'of Ilya
Composition, ' 4 00 Tochomiriacism, Low Spirits, Palpitatiod of the
SecoodClass in-Engliiii,Including Nes Heart, Nervous Irritability, Nervous Weakness, its
tural, Moral, and Intellectual Philo. Indigestion, Loss of.Appetne, Heartburn, Gen- ' -
sophy, Astronomy, Botony, Mathea end Debility, Bodily Weaktiess, or Flatulency,
manes, Natural Theology, Rliemic, Headaches, Nightmare, Rheumatism, Asthma,
Logic,-lic. Aic., - 5 .00 Tic Douloufeux, Cramp, Spasmodic Affections,
Ornamental Department,Drawing Paint and those who 811) victims to that most:ea.
ing &e., g go crude:Mg dieorder Gout; also, Pains in the
Classical Department, Latin Bad Greek Side, Chest, Limbs, Head, Stomach or Back,
lAngtarges, together -with the Dimness or Confusion ot Sight, Alternate flush.
French, .5 00 extra ea of Heat and Chilliness Tremors. Watchings -
Pupils from a distance will beassistett by the Agitation Anxeity. bad D'reams and Spasms.
Trustees in obtainiog suiteble places to board; 7his Medicine is acknowkalged to be one of
A philosophical appa:atue will be procured ae the MOBt valuable ever diseovered, as a purifier
soon us possible, tor the wool the school. of the blood and fluids. It is superior to Sar- . ,
Editors friendly-tonie cause of education.will saparilla, whether as a sudorific or alternative. .
please give this notice a few insertions. Directionsfor use.--Pills No. 1 must be taken
By order of the Board of 1 rustees, from three to six? ur more, at bed time, sullis
TH O. ti, RONFIELD, ' Sec' I cient to operate briskly, . till the desired object is
June 17, 1839. . effected, Take No.2 according to the directions
as on the box.
WESTERN ARRIVAL In all cases, both kinds of the pills are to ba .
A T BOLIVA R 8
u ed at the same time, in the following wooer.
Take three pills or more ofNo. 1, every night
.T HE inbscriber would respectfully place en going to bed, increasing the windier, if they .
before tho public the following Synopsis !do not open the bowels; also, take three of the
of a splendid assedinint of !pills No. 2 halfan hour before each meal, three ,
OSEPH WT. NEWBURGH, wAuld
CP opecifulty intorm eldiriendd eV'
the public ie rowel, that 4te carrieti
Ake kibove binsineis its vacioto:
branebes, nee door East of J. Solith'i,
Stme, whece,die may et all limes bti
lennd to attend to all work Intrusted to
him tie Setters bionrilf it will be.
-done'es durable, neat and Ilibblomtble..:
asit can bbir-done in the country, 41
intoodtrat ell times to keep in him em
ploy good competent "workinan, and hie
means to leceive -the-Fashions isamply
accommodate kis friends 4n the
country, he will take nearly mil &nide ol
Ikl. B. One or two apprentices wan.
led immediately to two -the Talloi jog
business. Boys between 'the agewf-15
and16, would be preferred. -They must
be of ,good character, as recommenda.
tions of -industry, honesty, and-eobrie.
try, will be 'required. ,
Canal Dover, Aug. 15, 1839. If.
gin ANTON- FEM A 1. E SEM INARY.The
Trustees ot this institution would re..
It-spectfully inform its patrons and the public
teneraily, that the school will be npened tor die
reception ofpupils on the ist day of August next,
under the superintendence of Rev. Jam
Goshormandnia lady.. Mrs. Coshorn has been
engaged in the instruction of young ladies about
12 yearsfive of which she had charm of the
Female Department of the Norwalk Athinary.
The Inmost contidencermay be reposed. in their
qualification to' condo& the echooll in such a
manner as to give their pupils the advantages of
a complete English and Classioal
TERMS OF 'TUITION, pc quarter of 12
Primary Department, $3 00
First lass in English studies,including
Reading, Writing, English Grammer
Modern, Ancient and Universal ties
egraphy, with the use of Glebesi &
Composition, 4 00
SecondClass in-Engliih;including Ng.
tural, Moral, and Intellectual Philo.
sophy, Astronomy, Botony, Mathes
manes, Natural Theology, 1
which he has just received roni the East.
from the East, just received direct,
Staple and Fancy Goods, of choice and neat'
Atnégcan, French aticrEnglish'ealicoei, '
Assorted Ribbons. and yankeo Corn Hoes ;
Cidored Cambricks, Tin and Wood Pails,
Tickings, Thread lace and Pittsburgh Nails,
Embroidered hose, plain end striped Sattinett,
Latches, Hinges, plain and fancy Grecianette,
Ladies' gloves, tin Pans &Work'd Inserting.
Edging, Footing & cord waterod Belting,
Rod Padding, Cloths, black green, gro aynd
Bed Cords, coil Rope, and Handsaws too.
Orleans Sugar, Mohair Salt and Satin Stocks,
Lndies' Bonnets, Iron Squares & Coton Soeks
Italian Lustering, cord Florence St Gro de nap,
Victorirstripe, Canvass, Gingham, & Burlap,
Apron check, Handsaw Files, and halter chains
Rice, Molasses and Glass by box or panes,
Oils, Tobacco, Ginger, Snuff and Tea,
Hammers, Waiters, and Cordsof Hemp & Sea,
Iron Steel, Mindy, Wine and Cedar Ware,
Oriental Braid, fine, all kinds of tsars if tear.
Reader, perchance, I've named 'our fancy or
It so, ' The mite high lleaventestowed, with
thee I'll share,"
Should Plaster Fish, or Salt, your urgent VMS
Cali at: number One, for I hnve them all on
hand. ISAAC TELLER.
ilooT 66',:stiOn STO It 13,
Situated in the House adjoining East
,of the Mallet Douse, New
CONEAD GENTS crr,
RESPECTFULLY informs the oft
izene of New Philadelphia, that
he carries on the above BUtillettle all
ol Its various branchee, and as he keeps
none other than his own manufacture,
he can confidently recommend his work
to all who may favor him with their cus
tom. Particular attention will be given to
the manufacture or Gent Wilson's
as this work will be done by one of the
beef Bootmen in the country. ALSO
--Lodi& Work by Measure.
A general assortment of BOOTS &
SHOES (of his own make) constantly
The Public are respectfully invited to
give him a call before purchasing else..
New Philadelphia, Aug. 16, 1839.
WILL be sold on the 25th or Septem
ber, at the House of Andrew Sm.
hart, the following d scribed proper
ty to wit: Horses, Horse-gears, Cows and
Young Cattle ; Sheep, Hogs 1 Weggon, 1
Plough, 1 Harrow, 1 Tlindling Machine, I
Fanning Mill. 1 Weaving Loom and Gents;
Stove and Pipe, 1 Corner Clipboard 1 set ot
Coopering Tools, and other articles too tedious
to mention. -
Sale to commence Rt 10 o'clock, A.M.
Dover,Sep. 12, ISM, 2t.
ATTORNEY AT LA W4a.
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. ,
Canal Dover, Tuscarawas County, Ohio.
Office second door north of ,the Commercial
Door. July 22ild I81V
pills No. 2 halfan hour before each meal, three . ,
times daily. k. .
Bold at 100 Chatham street. N. r. t
And by one respectable person iu.every town i 4
in the Limos. '
A G,E N T S.
M. C. Young low. Cleavland. ,..
J. A. Beebe Akron.
A: Underhill, Massillon.
' ' '
I. 'OverhoA N. Philadelphia. It
rtrin order to protect the public against the '.
m position of Counterfeit Medicine Venders, .
hey have been entered according to ilot Won.. .. ,
gross, and the right to prepare them secured ;
therefore be sure in seeing that the label on OaCh
borc'expreses such entry, as all miters are Corm.
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A PUBLIC BLESSING
TOR TIM Mt
Consumption, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint,
Ileartburn, Sourness or Acidity in the Stomach,
Tightness at the Chest, Loss of Appetite, Sick
Head Ache, Pain in the Head, Back, Limbs and
Side, Flatulency, Typhus and Scarlet Fever,
Putrid Sore Throat, Pewit and Agit! or' Inter.
mining Fevers, Gout, Rheutnatians, 'Lumbago,
Sciatica, Spamodio Affections, and 'fie Donlon.,
roux, Convulsions of Children, Measles, Small
Pox. 'looping Cough, Rickets? Teething,
Worms, Female Obstructions, Vhlorosis ur
Green Sickness, and Rejections of Food,
CostivenesP, Colic, wfulther flatulent or Bilious,
DI Et ECT1ONS.
Dosp.Take from three to ten they
operate, two ur throe times daily.
Pates 25 CENTS Per Box.
Sold at 100 Chatham street, New.York,
Wholesaie and Retail.
, Where rpplications Agencies, Medicines,
or Advertising, will wet with prompt num,
BROWN 4i CO.
BY MRS. MARY ALBERT,
Nilitro8r.mAiLheE loll:1;87f ser ea; aPwecatall
ty, sod the travilling public generally:.
that she can accomodate those who may tbsor
her with their custom; in a' good a style as can
be had in this part of tbe country. '11
- iler Bar end Table will be suppIled with the
boot the market can afford. Uer ai,11,1E ete large
and well furnished, and will be 144114044
to, , - ,,s1 '
I ' , , -
F 'TUNG thankful for past favors, would . i .'-i!
inform the Farmers and Wool Growers I,) ',
of Tusearewas county and the empanel adjoimi ' ',
ing, thatthey are DOD, ready to it.l. '-
CARD WOOL '4 44- '
DRESS CLOTI1 ç'
on short notice. Having a first rate Double ,
Carding Machine and the best of Machinery for
Dressinr,0 Cloth, together with en experienced . ,
and skillful workman, they feel confidenting
saying that their customers may rest wssured of
having their work done in the best manner. ,.
The prices for Carding is 6 14 cents par -
pound, and the prices for Cloth Dressing shall : ' I
be reasorOle. ,
Al )11:Js of produce recieved in payment fbr
work,.ati work moat be paid for before taken
fiom the shop. All, kinds of Wood Turning
done on short notice. 4
New PhiadsOm May 3, 1831 . ,
-44: s-4.:.,,, ,
the . i
Ix. $ 4.-;
sc. . 4
1 4. ,,
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Int, . it
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issured of '
ring shall 1'.
grCaet ICI irY01 11 nny i'10, ,
yle as can
I with the ,
8 ere large i
Ipna they mny 1
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