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- Ia.! week maoyof thivithirtreof Hem:.
atead Were aroumed from their stun.
bers6 abbot micinight.by the swift pap
ping of ,a paesengeu ear or, the rail
road Jost completed through the village
; A high wind had sprung up in the nigh
and started the car from the turnout B
Haviland's, and it ran more than tiles
miles, probably at ,a very swift rate
breaking through two slight gales
Long Island Star
At a meeting of a clamber of the Phy ,
eicianonf Tuscarawas County, held io
the town of New Philadelphia on the
29th day of October 18:39, pursuant to
previous notice, F. D. MeMeal was
called to the chair, anJ S. Myers,
acted as Secretary..
On:motion, Reacilved, that we hold
our semiannual Convention at the
Court-house, on the second Tuesday of
May next' at ten o'clock A. M., when it
is'expected that all our Medical friends
of the Connty, who feel an interest in
the advaiicement of Medical ciences
and are anxious to unite good feeling,
and harmony amongst the 'fraternity,
wil aid us by their presence io bring
about those very happy results.
Resolved, that a committee of six be
tioa to afflicted frier. del Ifou-nt;tv have tali tr.i
tenon ity to make a persoviat application '0(.11.,
amo truths, and the same precious premiss
,Itich you pmsented to there, to tiustain yot
to.atiour dear family, under this: bereavement
foot. dear Daughter sunk, rpeacefully, into tin
trm other redeemer on the morninguf the 18tt
nst.,..sha left behind, a sweet little Daughter 1.,
iays old. system became highly inflamito
ry, and result:id itmt perpureal fever. No paim
were spared to restore her health and adminis
--Idong manta otar,, of ys mio nos. 'go. oo. ,..1 va saw. mtvinat,an Slita CU USI1110
. of the werld, however distant. No difficulty
ter to her comforter birc Christ wanted her ear- can occur aa the medicine will be securely pack.
MEDICAL CONVENTION. vice, in a better would, arid took her to himself . AIEDICAL.
ed. and letters of,,dvice carefully protetted from
Her husband is left, almost indonsolable, and ID ,1
At a meeting of a number of the Phy RS. McMEAL & STEE:4E ll'I'lerwallun , J
needs your prayers and sympathies. He feels Medidal p , 1 ..
Picians of l'uocaraw as County. held it)
rac!iti.,nef" FILlt.6 CONSUMPTION, COUGHS, AND COLDS,
the town of New Philadelphia on the tho need of the consolations of that .reiigioth neat door to the Ohio uemocrat voice.'
. - , IEDIL WINDELL second id. opp
29th day of October 1839, pursuant to which adorned the life and death of his beloved - I Nervous diseattes, liver complaint. dyspepsia,
bilious diveases, piles, ulcera.female weakness,
previous notice, F. D. MeMeal was Wife.
called to the chair, anJ Win. S' Myers, , And OUr prayer to God ts, that this dreadful eke the Methodiet Church. e- anð all causes of hypocliondnacisin, lowspirna,
'palpitation of die heart, nervous irritability, ner
1 vous weakness, fluor albue, seminal weakness,
acted as Secretary.. affliction may be sanctified to his soul. Your DRUGS lib MEUICINE$. . indigeition, loss of ricetite, heart burn. general
. Oa motion, Rea& vet. that we hold daughter endeared herself to all her succiein- ----- ,....4,:.,, debility, bodily wuknesechlorosis or green
our SendOnntlat Convention at the tutees in th;s chicaned to the family connection. A. General Assortment of Drugs to sicknes'I' Ratuln"Y' IlYstericul ramtingsò IlYater.
Court-house, On the second Tuesday of Sine I am, she was a friend, very derrr friend to ' no had at Morittredy & McLitan re ice, heedaches, hiccup, sea sickness, night mare
rlie.umatism, asthma, tie douloureux, cramp,
May next at ten o'clock A. M., when it me; and permit me to mingle, my tears with ! New Store on Factory et. 3 doors 'met spasmodic affections, end those who are vie.
is'expeeted that all our Medical friends yours, on this afflicting occasion. Tears did I . from Second at. tims to that most excruciating disorder, Gout,
of the Connty, who feel an interest in say l yea,and roijoye too,that she has triumph., ' ' will find relief from their sufferings, a course in
the advaticement of Medical Sciences ed. I was called away I I
rem my peep e in Lock. I HILDT & Cos. Drug Store Facto Dr. Evans' medicine.
and are anxious to unite good feeling, ry at. 4 doors from Second at. Pains in the side, chest, limb, head. stomach
porta call to which I most cheerfully,re'spond .- , nr back, dimness or confusion of sight, alternati
and harmony amongst the -fraternity, e d h. 3 bb I MERCHANTS. '
d, to span t is a rah here, with these of. ! flushes of heat and chilliness, tremors, watch.
will aid us by their presence Jto bring . , ings, agitation. anxiety, bad dreams, spasms,
- flicted friends, and preach the funeral sermon of
about those very happy results. , AYDEN & Co, Dealers in Dry mercurial and all delicate diseaties, are lumen,
your delightful and beloved Daughter. Great fully treated by Dr. Evans.
Resolved, that a committee el six be Goode, Groceries, &c. North east
sympathy has been manifested,through the place
appointed to confer with the physiciansi and a great congregation was astiernbled. I c rocr of Factory and Second ot. I CERTIFICATES.
- 1,Eitto.LIE flat 1 Lio
of the County,in retationlo the nett con- preached from 1. Cur. 15. 53. "rOr this nor.,
11:7Letter from the lion. Abraham
vention. and urge their re; r I
.th.u. atten runtable. must put on incorruntion. and this naprarrrks tau A it A IP.... NT...its onot 1 d'nonto 1P.ma Wonnosootto Morn
IfentiON and Argo therr faithful atten- ;uptable. must put on incorruption, and this
mortal, put On immortality," to a soiemn end
dance; Whereupon the following gentle
attentive auditory. Before leaving the d welling
111ett: eripeOlvint lied J.. DEctli. AJ: e of yoor Son, the dear little Babe, agreeable to
,..11.115C,. the wish of its Mother, was consecrated to God
11-.6 , I
Stooge, Thomas Kinney ond Rolm --
of Abraham in baptism.
oteeges tiOrnas lusiuuI a"1"16 of Abraham in baptism. finite benefit-and satisfaction, and believe it to
Nay the Lord sustain )ou and your family, I Itn ENRY ARLINGTON Grocer, be a most valuable remedy. One of my con
On motion, the following Gentlemen
nrnlikop ti; I FactorY east. from Second stiluents, Dr. A. Garden, orOampbell coutUX.
were appointed a committee to draft a Yours in katernal love.
constitution for the action of the next N. W. FISHER.
Convention. Drs. F. IX Mc Meal, C.
Reed and Richards, ' nal HE Board of Examiners for the Couni
Resolved, that the proceedings of R. macurawasomil meet for the examh
time meetiog be signed by the President hen of ti
lose proposing to teach Comm
and Secretary, and published in the Szhools, in sniti county, on Saturday the NMI
Ohio Democrat and Tuscarawae Ad., day of November next, and on every succeed'
vocate, i Friday during the months of November a
I December twit. -
riThe Conventinn then adjourned to
W SPOONER, on Wulff the Botu
meet on tho 2nd Tuesday of May next. November 7, 1839.
F. D. McMEAL.
President CHA IRS CIIAIRSII CR Al lad
WM. S. MYERS. IT have on hand a gnantity, of good chairs,
Secretary. 111 various fcshions, qualities, and prici
A London paper of August 19th, con
tains a Table of the Ware in Great
Britain since the revolution in 1688,
with the sums expended in each war,
and the progress of taxes and of the na..
tional debt; The war of the Revolution
1693; which lasted nine years, cost 36
millions of pounds. The war of the
Spanish Succession, of eleven years,
coat 02 millions and a bait. The Span
ish war, 1739, and the war of the Awl-.
, trirn Sncceasion, 1741, of nine years,
eost-bi The ' years'
war with the Frond, Spaniards, Amp.
triatis, and Russians, 1756, cost 112
millions- The American War, , 1775,
of eight years, cost MG millions- The
ofthe French 'Revolution, 1793, in
which France lost all her power in In
dia, lasted nine years, and cost 464
millions- The war against Bonaparte,
which began in .1903, and lasted 12
, years, the three last of which was with
the United State', cott 1159 millions.
' The total of expenditure was two thou
. ' sand and twenty three millions five hunt
fired thousand pounds sterling or eight
thousand nine hundred and ninety three
millions three hundred and thirty-three
' thonsand dollars. And 65 years of
1 war to 75 of peace ; almost one half the
r time epent in war. May it not be
L truly said of the Englieh, that:they have
been blondy wen The same paper
makes these reflections on the facta too
ted: , "It appears from the above detailt
that we helve matle much greater aacri.
flees to Moloeh than our aneestors,ant,
that thedeg radation of the poor, and a
rise in the price of the staff of- life, bast
been the result of our national men
d awe in war, the total ainount of Oda
exceeds two thousand million pounds!
Of the 140 years which have passee
since the revointion, 65 have boen pas
' eed in war, sod 75 in peace: in the 65
years of war, 831 millione and-a half of
pounds steifurg of debt have incurred,
of which debt there have been paid ofl
in the 65 years of peace ehout 40 mil
lions, laming the preeent Natiotal
eebt about eoo
The Mowing letter was writtenhy the Rev.
D. D. Fisher, or ',mimed N. Y. announcing the
death ot M Amelia Sophia Colt, of Lewis
' town N. Y. to her Father, the Rev. Joel By
ington adds village ; but late Miniater of Low
Aged 24 yeare. -
Rev. and dear Brother,
Having been your suc
cessor in the ministry, among this people, and
intimately acquainted with some of your dear
children, is a sufficient apology, if any is need.1
ed, why ite you. But strbng rea
sons exist why tiond'ild arrest your attention art
this time. When we see the grand ead accent.
Oohed, and our prayere,and efforts consume.
ted, in the salvation dour children, then we
reap the full reward of our labors, and oar joys
are complete. What more can a pious parent
desire I. what more to render his happiness coin.
piens, than to have a strong assurance, that his
child is in heaven Ali the consolation which
can be derived from 'this thought, it is your priv.,
ilige now to enjoy. Your Daughter Amelia has
got the victory, we humbly believe. We have
the delightful ednfidence, that through the grace
()FHA'''. is now whit her Saviour in heaven.
You, dear Zsir, byte din been eatied, during
'II HE Board of Examiners for the County, --76; yCJI o ijr-o-c-eriert, Hardware &c.
of Tuscarawas,will meet for the examine.
lion of those proposing to teach Common t LICKENSDERFER & Derr
Szhools, in said county, on Saturday the NINTH 1111,f let s in Dry Goode Groceries, &c
day of November next, and on every succeeding Factory at. ,
Friday during the months of November and
December next. - MIN I. SM ITIlitt co, Dealers
W SPOONER, on behalf the Board.
Dry.Grooda- Hardware, Groceriet
November 7, 1S31
CHAIRS CILAIRSII ClIAIRSH!
IT have on hand a qnantity, of good chairs, of
Mvarious feshions, qualities, and prices,
which I will sell cheaper than can be purchair.
fið elsew here in Tuscarasaw County.
All kinds of work in the Chair line, cad be
made to order by a good workman, it' celled for.
Chairs deposited for sale at J. J. Burress's
G. W. WARREN.
November 7, 1839.
DRY GOODS !
GLASS AND OUEENSWARE,
OF EVERY VARIE'rY.
WW" GRAHAM & Co., are notv re
. ceiving a new supply of Goods,
V W consisting of almost every vari
ety, which they will be happy to show then
friends and customers. Feeling assured that
they can give as good bargains as can be had iii
this part or the country. rheir stock compri
ses in part of the following articles, viz :
Brown Moss lins
Bleached Mussi ins
Dri Dings Sheetings
Tickings Cot. Yarn
Worsted Cotton 4
Lambs Wool Stock
ings. SILKS, a:C
Plain & Fancy silk!
Bile. Lust! ings
" Geo D Swiss
Ponge Cravat Ildkf!
Light, Dark & Fatic
IRON, Nails, Salt, Fish, Tar. Ropes, IA.
quors, &c.Ilard ware, Queensware.
An invitation is extended to those wishing to
buy, to call and examine.
With many thanks for past favors, I would
inform my friends nnd customers, that have
associated MR. H. IL BIGELOW with me in
businessand would respectfully request those
who are intlehtett to me, either by note or book
account, to call and settle immediately.
Dover, Flept. fi, 1839. no5-tt
.1300T & SHOE STORE
Situated in the HAIM adjoining East
of the ilorket noose, New
RESPECTFULLY inrorms the eit
izene lir New Philailelphia, that
he carries on the above Business in all
of its various branches, and as be keeps
none other than hie own manufacture,
he can confidentiy recommend his work
to all who may favor him with their cos.
Particular attention will be given to
the manufac ure of Gentlemen's
' FINE BOOTS,
as this work will be done by one of the
best Bootmen in the country. ALSO
Ladies' Work by Measure.
A general assortment of BOOTS &
SHOES (of hie own make) constantly
The Public are respectrully invited to
givebirr. a call before purchasing else
where. - New Philadelphia, Aug. 16, 1S39.
Nov , ti3 .ottel ,...
done et tins OFFICE.
Plain, Straw 34, Tue.
Gilt & Lacing But.
Stocks, Shirts & Col
Isis, Shoes & socks
A Iso, a general as.
sortment of Groce
ries, viz Tea , Cof
fee, Sugar and Alo
lasses, &c. &c
, BUS i NESS Dill ECTOItY
r , - -;
MOYER HOTEL, by Smith A.
rovisseii, Filffit ffetii
!actory et.. -
VOMMERCIAli HOTEL by Jobe
ILTucker, Front 61. '
ViARMERS & ME:CHANICS
.HOTEL by.Danial Koterobough,
4arket ,;st. above Front et.
. , ,
DRS. McMEAL & STEE,.4E!1;lerwall611" .
next door to the Ohio Democrat Otlice.1
Practiti"e" Fund 61 I CONSUMPTION, COUGHS, AND COLDS,
1,13 folio rheilyeEthLodisoet eccohnuarcitst..oppo I Nervous diseases, liver complaint. dyspetisia,
i abnildiouallicleauiseassueeso, ipli!yespoc, ultimo:dor, iafecmisamle, roweaskpnireiss,tat
1 palpitation of die heart, nervous irritability, ner
1 vous weakness, fluor albus, seminal weakness,
DRUGS & MEOLUINEs. . indigeition, loss of alpetne, heart burn. general
---- ,,...b.,,,,:, debility, bodily wuknesechlorosis or green
A General Aetiorttnent of Drugs to
ns-ne had at Montftedy & McLleit ' icicle. nelhee'd'atelittuistul:hneie'ulplY, letecaritc,iucikriniemseti,nogiegötilltYmataerre"
11 rheumatism asthma tic douloureux cramp,
New Store On Factory et. 3 doors ettet spasmodic a1 ffections; and those who' are vie
from Second st. time to that most excruciating disorder, Gout,
, ' will find relief from their sufferings, a course of
1 HiLDT & Coe. Drug Store Facto Dr. Evans' meeicine.
ry et. 4 doors from Second at. Pains in the side, chest, linib, head. stomach
!' MER C HANTS. ' , or back, dimness or confusion of sight, alternate
flushes of heat and chilliness, tremore, watch.
ings, agitation. anxiety, bad dreams, spasms,
AYDEN & Co., Dealers in Dry
Goode. Groceries. &c. North east mercurial and all delicate dintees, are auccess.
fully treated by Dr. Evans.
WM. GRAHAM & co, North east
orner'of Second & Factory st6
Dealers in Dry Goode, Groceries,
Hardware, Quensware &c &c.
street. Tennessee, wrote me to send him some, which
T A:A ami hael nrnnitwesti ; nava, an
Dry Good, Groceries, Hardware &e 11-0-,Twrould- rjec-ommend Dr. A. Garden as a
proper person to officiate for the sale of your
tilv LICKENSDERFER & c, Der, celebrated medicine. Should you comnasion
ti,f lets in Dry Goods Groceries, &c. is willing to act for you. You can send
- the medicine by water to the care of Robert
Factory st. '
. King & Sous, Knoxville county, Tennessee,
VOI1N I. SM1THi& co, Dealers in & Houston Tazewell,
OD Dry.Grooda- Hardware, Groceries East Tenn. I have no.
or by land to Graham
duubt but if you had a.
eents in several counties in East Tennessee, a
wo ury.urootio Hardware, liroceriell gents in several counties in East Tennessee, a
Sze. Factory at. north side. groat deal of your medicine wonid be sold. I
- am going to take some of it home with me for
JOHN J BURR ESS, Grocet, Foc- my own use, and that duty friends, and should
tory at, 4 doors west from tiont et. like to hear from you whether you would like
an:agent at Bluntville, Sullivan county East
, Tenn. II can get some of the merchants to act
A AMES WALTON Grocery North
"F east corner of front and Factory 641
1 for you, as I live near there.
ABRAHAM M'CLELLAN, of Tenn.
1 To Dr. Wm. Evans, 100 Chatham et. N. Y.
0 niL, ars to. Alpinist yv al vi VW", I mon street, new a ma, WI 110 nuilutou wit!' Lull
Oler Ond St. north of Factory at. pepsia Wits most aggravated form. The symp
N 0 ii iN K I INI.N EY. Tailor Front Ott
' i toms were violer.t headache, great debility, fe
' ver, costiveness, cough, heartliburn, pain in the
ap oppopite the Brid ge. ,. , , .
chest And stomach always eller eating, impaired
- appetite, sensation of sinking at the stomach,
j W N L'i W BUMS II, Tong, Fite- furred tongue. nausea; with restlessness. These
tory ist. north side , had continued upwrads of twelveniouth, when
114 M. BURCHFIELDTailOr, on consulting Dr. Win. EV11119, 100 Chatham
street, and submitting to his over successful and
goo, nd ei. south from Main al., agreeably mode of taentinentp the patient was
- - completely restored to tealth in the short space
G G. ti it A H A NI,t, Boot & Nroe ,
or one month, aud grateful for the incalculable
t;,'IlOre, Factory 81 earit side of the benefit derived, gladly came forward and vol..
i anal. unteered tho above statement.
Dr. WM; EVANS' Ntedical Office, 100
1 NIA KTIN, Boot & Shoo maker
Chtutiam street, New York.
tP Vocture et teat trout front at.
11 Al AtiTIN, Boot & Shoo wake,
OP Filo lory NI went from front ot.
B NIECKENSON, Boot &
Lit 1,,A8noe maker oecond at. one door
norib front Factory.
RICKSECKEB. Clock & Watch
maker. Corner 61 Factory & frimt
FAR 1:10 & TORKEN, Grocers,
Factory et. east mide of the Canal
eriLIARLE-WiESON Hotter, see
1,J,,nd mt. west side.
W. WARREN Choir maker,
WPM nor h pr "pond .t.
NTATBANEL WALTON, Baker &
Confectifics Ff OW weM aide.
(LUAN ELL, in and i.;:itee:
Iran Manufactory. Factory
a, 1i-int- 67-FiTrA 00 Tir
a,. awl Sheet M anufactuty Fact.
ory Pouth pulp
MlOwNboTt FRIED Y :re tt5z. 1 MD c LEAN. ije:his practice, and says it. is tevaluab.le. Ain
agt,rt.at tills cel,,,nthink you
ray" s Its oi, .11,LiiitilAiLA a , volus.uta,
' Factory at. east eide of the Canal 1
ABRAHA M J. CREMER, residing at GO
JRICKETS. Cabinet Warerooms, i Mott street, New Yolk, was afflicted with Dys
eerond at. north of Factory st. 1 pepsia lo'its most aggravated form. The.symp
;77SPOON Eit Attorney at Law,
r 4 ,
tont to. North date Glummer,-
11. J 0,N ES, l'ainter end Mazer,
414eened mt, e es, side.
AL l'UN Ettal
Waggon Alanufactory, second
st. west side.
ns B. WALTON, Blacksmith
second et. west side.
DOVER, AND NEW PHILADELPHIA.
Wheat, per bushel, 62
Corn, ." 31
Rye, '4' 40
Oats, 4, 20
Potatoes, II 18
Flax Seed, ', 0,75
Timothy Sued, 1,50
Clover Seed, 8,00
Dotter, per lb. 12
Lard, ,, 12
allow. ,, 14
Country Sugar, 10
Eggs, per doz. 10
Flour,per bbl. 115,00 a 5 50
'"----- LION HOTEL.
BY 74IRS. MARY ALBERT.
ty, t,nd the travilling public generally,
that she can accomodate those who may favor
her with their custom, in as good a style as can
be had in this part of the country.
Her Bur and Table will be supplied with the
bePt the market can afford. Hor stables ate large
and well furnished, and will be well attended
New rbiladolphia, May 3, 1839.
W-11 3 COVO 4t.,0
Dit. W EVANS'
- MEDICAL CONSUL7ATIUX
100 CHATHAM STREET, NEIMORK
117'Dr. Evans' Office for Medical consulta
tion and advice. 100 Clonham aireet, N. L..-
Daily attendance is given for personal consul.
onion. Immediate answers are returned to
convoy letters, which must minutely describe
the case, and contain'a remittance for advice and
medicine, which can be forwarded to any part
.flh. tunriti hnwevAr distant,. No difficulty
Ian, Sullivan County, East Tennessee, Mem.
ber of Congress. '
WASHINGTON, July 33, 1838.
SirSince I have been in this city, I have
used IJMO ofyour Dyspeptic medicino with in
finite benefit and satisfaction, end believe it to ' '"" "A"s"----- --- us,
be a most valuable remedy. One of my con : condition of our Banks, and the bank
effluents, Dr. A. Garden, ofCampbell countYi ing system under the second susnen
Tennessee, wrote me to send him some, which !mon. The apportionment of the State
1 did, and he had employed it very successfully i ", sena.or
t kit and Representative
in:his practice, and says it is vavaluable. Ain l""
Johnson, your agent at this place, thinks you 1 diatricts, and a more just and equita
would probably like ar, agent in Tennessee. If 1 ble taxation by a re-valuation of prop.
so, I would recommend Dr. A. Garden as a , ell), will be diecussed. All these clues.
proper person to officiate for the sale of your ' tions have been confided, bv the over
celebrated medicine. Should you commission , .
wnelming voice of intelligent freemen to
him, he is willing to act for you. You can send
the medicine by water to the care of Robert the Cate end keeping of the democretic
King & Sous, Knoxville county, Tennessee, party. and it is important thit that per
or by land to Graham & Houston Tazewell, ty should meet them in sober earnest
East Tenn. 1 have no duubt but if you had a
ness, and in that spirit of candor and ,
gents in several counties in East Tennessee, a
great deal of your medicine wonici be sold. I patriotism which they will bring logeth ,
am going to take some of it home with me for er, for the public good.. I
my own use, and that of my friends, and should ,
We shall also give each sketches of
like to hear from you whether you would like .
tne Goings of Congress lb we conceive
an'ogent at Bluntville, Sullivan county East
of unmediate interest to .
Thom I can get some of the merchants to act the State, by '
for you, as 1 live near there. the earliest aid of correspondente.
ABRAHAM M'CLELLAN, of Tenn. By the aid of a daily and tui-weekly
To Dr. Wm. Evans, 100 Chatham et. N. Y. paper, we eball be able to throw out the
earliest eastern :laws, foleign and ch:im
ABRAHAM J. CREMER, residing at GO (nestle, which we hope wilt not be over
Mott street, New Yolk, was afflicted with Dys- looked by those desiring such infor
pepsis Wits most aggravated form. The aymp- motion-, and with the' aid of a powtr
lams were violert headache, great debility, fe
press, on a new and improved model,we
ver, costivenest, cough, heartliburn, pain In the
chest And stomach always after eating, iinpaired expect to add greatly to the facility ot
appetite, sensation or sinking at the stomach, preparing our papers for the mails', with
furred tongue, nriusear with restlessness. These , out the loss even of an hour. We ast,
had coutinued upwrads of tweivenionth, when .
100 Chatham obi), foieli oupport as corresponds will
on consulting Dr. Win. EV11119,
out Maio:ins to shake our paper 7 uetfii
street, and submitting to his over successful and
agreeably mode of taentreentp the patient was to the public. , '
' Terms of the session Paper. -
completely motored to tealth in the short spice
of one month, mid grateful for the incalculable cc7.n
rersonpleceiving this paper wil
benetit derived, gladly 0111110 foi ward and vol.
unteered tho above statement. consider themeelves agentsand fo
Dr. VVM; EVANS' Medical Office, I00 dye subscribers one gratis will be sent
Chatham street, Mew York. Weekly Ohio Slitteenian, $0 50. '
Seint-weekty, I . i 00,
' Tri-eetkly, ' 2 00.
TIIE FULOWING CERTIFICATE was Dttity, t 3 00.
belated to tei by Mr. Van Schsick , of Albany, a All payments met he in advance,or
Plity respectable member of the community. .
nd whose veracity cannot be doubted: reteretice to a member of the Leeisla
Air. SepteiniuA Keedall, of the town of Wes- lure. ' S. & 51. H. A1EDARY.
terloo, comity of Albany, was for about 27 . Columbus, 1639.
. . .
THE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATE was
banded to ne by Mr. Van Scheick of Albany, a
Pirly respectable mernber of the community.
no WnOSO veracity cannot be doubted:
Air. 8eproniuA Keenan, of the town of Wes.
terluo, county of Albany, was for about 27
years troubled with a nervuus and bilious affee
non, which for 7 years rendered him unable tr.
attend to his business, anti during the last three
years of his illness Witfi confined to the house.
lis symptonis were dizziness, pain in the bead
and side, palpitation of the heart, went of type.
tite &c. Atter expending curing his confine.
mem, nearly three butulred dollars without ob
taining any permanent relief: be by accident
'limited an Advertisement of Dr. W. Evans,
Camomile and Aperient Pills, and was conse
quently induced to make a trial adieu). After
using them about a fortnight, lie was able to
wink out; in flier months he tumid attend tu
itisMese, and considered his disease entirely
removed. The above informalion was given to
the subscriber by Mr. Kendall iiimeelft there
can, therefore be no deception.
BTEPHEN VAN SGHAICIL
10M.iS, 'Veinier and Mazer, tEr Another very severn of Inflammatory Phew
enttfl Mt. ,ig eto side. nudism cured by Dr. irtn. Lyons' Medzeine.
----a Mi. John A. Carroll, of the county er West
- IS. A L l'UN hough and chester, town of North Castle, New York, had
Waggon Manufactory, secoud boon severely afflicted with inflammatory rite&
I nide. intaiSill for fourteen months with violent pains
in his limbs, great heat, excessive thirst, dry.
F1SSEL, V epos sod Plough riel oilskin, limbs muck swollen, was not aide
111101fier very severm oj inyammatury ramie
nudism cured by Dr. irtn. Lvasis Medzeine.
51.. John A. Carroll, of the county ot West
chester, town of North Castle, New York, had
been severely afflicted with inflammatory rim&
matisin for fourteen months with violent pains
in his limbs, great heat, excessive thirst, dry.
nese of skin, hinlis muck swollen, was not able
without assistance to turn in bed thr six weeks.
Ilad tried various remedies to no effect. Was
advised by a friend of his to procure some to
Dr. W. Evans' medicine of 100 Chathem street.
New York, which be immediately sent for; and
eller taking the filet dose fflimit great relief,
and in continuing its use according to the direcs
Mins for ten days, was perfectly cured. Allow
me to refer any person tu him for the truth ot
the above statement.
Dr. Wm. Evans' Medical Office 100 Cita.
them street, Now York where the Doctor may
be consulted, and his medicine procuted.
ir FISSEL, Waptol, and plough ' nese or akin, limbs much swollen, was not twit
without assistance to turn in bed for six weeks
I Menofer tory sao;find tat. eel, Bide.
Had tried various remedies to no effect. Wm
ALMo Ferr, Blat ksolith, adjouolog i advised by a friend of his to procure 50MA ti
the Plough factf.ry. 1 Dr. W. Evens' medicine 4100 Chathem street
JUST received kern the Eastern cities, a
large and oplendtd antortment of FALL
ANT) WINTER GOODS, consisting of
French, English, and Victorio Prints; Muslin
de LRne, Painted Mullins and Lawns ; Linen
and Cotten Drillings; Blue, Black and Mixed
Cloths ; Cassimeres, and Sattinetts of all col.
ors and qualities; Bed Ticking, Weached and
Unbisae lied Mus lins: A110, a fiLe tot of Hair
and Fur Caps.
J. SMITH & Co.
N. B. All kinds of produce taken in ex
change for Goods.CASII paid for Wheat.
S. & Co.
Canal Dover, Sept. 19, 1839. 8tf.
AT ti EitToN & PECK
fattoruegs at Eat..
July 30, 1839
--ok i,,,,; ,t , .0'
- - ; ,
, According tO custom, we again. pre
sent to the people of .0bio OW prospec
tus for a paper during the sesame of the
1.egislature. Many persona who do
not find it COMASMODI to Subscribe for a
paper printed at this place for.' a whole
yeardo so during the sitting of the Leg ,
Mature, being daimons of seeing whet
le done by times in whose keeping they
have entrusted the affairs of the State.
To accommodate this jam desire in the
people to be thoroughlracquainted with
every thing pertainiog to their hoppi-1
nese and welfare, we have in this pros.
4ectus upended facilities and favors
beyond what has been customary. - 'We
shall issue during the sestion a weekly
paper (free of advertieementsjat fittiy
centsa semi-weekly at one dollars
tri-weekly at two dollars, and a daily
1 at three dollars. By this arrangement
Iwo will be able to accommodate every
1 portion of the State by all the mails,
and we hope onr friends will not be re
, miss in availing themselves of these
'means of information. It is all layer.
, tent that every freeman should be fully
, acquainted with every question touch
!ng the welfare of the State sod m.tion.
The approaching session of the
Ohio Legis!ature will be a moat impel..
tant one, No previous one has ever
bad the same number of delicate a 41
exciting questions to meet and act upon
1queetions which cannot be avoided,
nor disposed of in a moment. Among
these are our Internal improvements,
I and the expenditures under them. The
' A '1' BOL1VA I?
11 -11. ILO 117 RAIL T MI
filltlE subscriber would respectfully place
'IC before the public the following Syn pais
of a splendid assortnint of
which he has just received rom the East.
I, from the East, have just received direct,
Staple and Fancy Goods, of choice and neat
Americ,m, French and English Calicoes,
Assorted Ribbons, and yankee Coin Hoes ;
Colored Carobricks, Tin and Wood Pails,
Tickings, Thread lace and Pittsburgh Nails,
Embroidered hose, plain and atriped Satunett,
Latches, Hinges, plain and fancy Grecianette,
Ladies' gloves, tin Paps & work'd Inserting,
Edging, Footing &, cord' watered Belting,
Red Padding, Cloths, black green, gre aynd
Bed Cords, coil Rope, and Handsaws too,
means Sugar, Mohair Silk and Satin Stocks,
Ladies' Bonnets, Iron Squares & Coton Socks
Italian 'Watering, cord Florence & Gro de nap,
Victoria stripe, Canvass, Gingham , & Burlap,
Apron check, Handsaw Files, and halter chains
Rice, Molasses and Glass by box or panes,
Oita, Taacco, Ginger, Snuff and Tea,
I Jauntier', Waiters, and Cords of Heflin & Sea,
Iron Steel, Brandy, Wine and Cedar Ware,
Oriental Braid, in fine, all kinds ufloors tsar.
Reader, perchance, I've named your fancy or
Wm), The mite high Heaven bestowed, with
thee I'll share,"
Should Plaster Fish, or Salt, your urgent wants
Call at number One. for I have them all on
hand. ISAAC TELLER.
UR WialAM EtidNei'd
S00711 LNG -3Y EU P: -
,CEILDREff -TEETHING - -
Poresaso sto ,-
. - '
, r' To Itiothera sod Nurses. ,
The passage of the teeth through the gums -
produtes troublesome aod dangerous sympu,ms.
It is kuows by mothers that there is rein kris.
ation in the mouth smd gume during this pros ,
cess. The gums swell, the secretion of the oils
ive is increased.the child is seized with frequent ,
and sudden fits of crying. watching, starting in ,
is sleep, and spasms of peculiar parts; the child, ,
isorieks with eatrenie violence, and thrusts its ,
fingers intuits mouth. If these precursary syrup.
toms are not speedily alley lated,epasmodic
tuitions univereally supervene, and soon cause '
the dissolution of the infirm. If mothers who -
have their little babes af,acted with these dile. ,
omen eyn9tonis would apply Dr. William
Evans's bemiring Syrup, which has preserved
hundreds of infants when thought pest recurs.
ry, from being suddenly attacked with that fad
tat malady cenvulsitme. f
Thie infallible remedy has preserved liturd
dreds when thought past recovery, from con- ,
vulsious. As soon as the Syrup is rubbed on
the gums, the child will recover. This prepaid r
ation is so innocent, so efficacious, and so plead
sant. that no child will refuse to let its gums be
rubbed with it. When infants are at the age of -
four months, though there is no appearance o ,
teeth, one bottle of the syrup 'timid be used on
the gums to open the pores. Parents should no.
ver be without the sytup in the nursery where , E
there are young children. for if a child wakes r
in the night with pain in the gums, the Syrup ,
immediately gives ease, by opening the pores ,
and heals the gunis thereby preventing Convule
i ens. Fevers, elLe. , ,
ffirEntered according to Act ofTongress. De -
particular that the table on the hos espressos
such. The genuine is vended by Agents '
1 Agent Dover. , -'
severe ease itt Piles eared at 100 Chatham
street. Mr. Datiki Spinuing of Shrewsbury, ,
Eden Town, New Jersey, was severely afflict.
led with Piles for more than '20 years. Dad
recourse.to medicines of ahnost every descrip,
lion, also the advice of several eminent Pyeie
Cittnil, bin never found the slightest relief from
tiny sonrce whatsoever untd be called on Dr. ,
Evens, of 100 Chatham street, New York , and f
Procured some medicine from him, from which ; .
he found immediate Jelief. and subsequently a ,
perfect cure. -
ft Extract ors letter nom Snyder, Post Mits.
ter, Kernsville, Pc, to Dr, William Evans, ''
Among several cases, the following is found t
An elderly lady, who httd been 25 years so ag.
&led whit nervous hydochondria, debility, dtiL
that for the last 3 years see constantiv receive4
medical aid horn a respectable physician; but
the pressure and pain on her .heart and breast,-.
and especially with weakness in her head end
on her mind, keeping her discouraged to under
take any thing. In May she coninienced using t
Dr. W. Evans' medicines according to the die ,
motions accompaitying them. A reaction tobk-
place; the pain and pressure In her body was
removed: her mind !name clear and strengt,her
spirits perfectly good, and up to this timcit
in all respeois restored to health, which fa ,
last ten years has not enjoyed. .11
JONAS SNYDER. .
Seprember 7, 183a , ,
. , CLOTH & WOO ft" -.. 11,.'70-1,70E'-----;"----171RINEr....,A,, 7:
CO 'Cloth to Dress and WOO' '
n I. SMITH k Co., Doverr-,,1
Wast"lowt wk. ,
the New Philadelphia Wu'. tht -I , .
A.:Fulling Mill, and return
notice and in good order ) (thing mien ',- creign. t, -' i',4 a d
IHmte ev.dc;It4 ' r n ors b
k. -- 1 a WITS seen vary i dy ads
Itt,nd: OT have' you emir; e'LtCc Thdta,
T il vaig a Iteettrishr' .vii'' unfill
New Pililadelphia, June BM z fill - ,k rt
viiiiiit;...1firoal - ....---.7---::-.t ; tIter to t.,rt
W HEAT! W I' - , Ihtliai - 3.C)CIL. T, 21.' 'lluntotrede wt. i'',.t: ,
rin HE on:bectriehac:allni'ly pnyuLiatigeepPeðiAltir
a ket pnce it.iby Rettlig "LAI. ,Sdi k f'
"eleoinke notKe i, deAl r - ,
4hat on orisaorter 32 (7,- - , 1 r r " '
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fa 'Another recent test of the unrivelled virtue
of Dr. Wm. Evans' illeilictne,--DYSPENSIA, -
'EEN YEARS S'FAINDING.--Mr. J. McKee.",
zie, 176 Stnnton street, WU afflietini wi h the
melee complaint for ten yearo, which incapaelnd ,
ed it m et intervals, fur the period of siz leers,
n attending in his businerie, restored to terfect : ' -
ealth under the salutary treatment of Ur. Vi in. - .'
The symptoms rcere.;-4 tientle of elibtetision i, .0
and oppression after eating, distressing pain in ,
the pit of the stomach, nausea, impored apptt .
tite, giddiness, palpitntion of the bort, great,
debility and emaciation, depression of smite,
disturbed rest, sometifnes a bilious vomiting,
and pain in the right side, an extreme degree of
languor and faintness; any endenvour to pursue' .
his business causing immediate exhauston end .
Mr. McKenzie is tinily attending to his bsui- ,
ness, and none ot the above symptom, have re., ,,' -
curred since he used the medicine. He is now -
a strong and healthy man. Ile resorted to my..
rinds of remedies, but they were all ineffectual.
He is-willing to give any information to the af- t
flicted respeeting the inestimable benefit render- '
ed to him by the use ot Dr. Wm..Evans' tired-. ',-,
The above Medicine can be procured of all '14,-N
Dr. Wm. Evans' advertised agents in the United
States, and throughout the World. .
- 117 Dr. Evans, in order to prevent the pat4 '
rons of his Medicines being imposed upon by ' i
counterfeits, has had the labels fall his medi r
cities entered according to act ofCongress. He .:: ''
requests them therefore, to be particular in &tree - ,', '
ing that the labels contain the following notice!. i- . -'''-,:,
'Entered according to ad of C011ateSS. nW . ' ,.
Evans, in the year 1839, in the Clerk's 0 ozti --'' ' .
ths Southern District Court of NeteYork. ' 41 -,..-?-...,- -
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J. A. Beebe. lAkren,:de. '' et -'..' '
A. Underhill. Mandl,. . , ;,, :-
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J. Overholt. . un--3 Á tis , .!g- t ,
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' thi bees -- ,
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&TOKELY AND ''untesta e .1 ''. '
their , .rtics.,0,iiihed it 16 !!'el cr al. i .,.
kind with i' 1
all times IN; n , -r ao tlia: folta07:--( :,. , i
dfieclephoriatihientv lag.,,Poosiiulti.8,,10:stj.n,,, - ,, , si ':- ;
building on.1111,'Ionavounget:iettla men. ,,, . ,, . -, 4r
May 30, S'-'"ti his 't (4: - I' ' ;
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bk. ,17,iry; trasL' ,,,, , . . .-,
11- .yi ratileik ail this ti , . i -..; k ., ,
Rd- 1 meisesLebanc- ,:-.' ,., t ' - ,''.
rt I, ;Iris hre,
Should1PnelLtle 'or Salt, your urgent wants 112-Vituetee:Lebanc.ter-- f ' ' .
demand, HOUSE, Flebee, but .--;14toos 107 N' :' t ::-04
Call at number One. for I have them all on ro'll't ' ,ele,,,OUTD.i'P tho,,,,' ,,,,,,, il.' '
hmel. 4,1111-".""''"11 . -kenable' P' ' '' ' '
ISAAC TELLER. Ti . er being very buoy t 4, ' , 4- 1, ,
11.10111010111EMOMEM "'"1161 to oh for tome irte t''.1'. Trd - ' ,i ,
m, . , ,
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WirlYrA N SPOONrik v , ulyou ave nothing to 4,.,Oher I , .. A ,
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ATTORNEY A .1' L A W14, ,-, fie h OS going to fetch smooth, be in tolt-74. :, 4, 7 i
soucuron IN CHANCERY.. f'1,,
0 mar, little girt - stooped du, e keepolhst , 0, -, -
Canal Dover, Tuscarawas County, 0 , '' ' fa
tli Ultima taking some cold est,. Chime tet0 -' t ,
Office second door north of the Com - ' b en thetti wills ortni. 10:;''''' '
r..oe put Use em ers .. ,
Inn, Front street. 1 ' ---,'Ae . lied D . ' th lair mi etv' ' '
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Dover. July2.?4, ,,' u at - .
61g4aying 'with my harnftr''':4"1"711 Irg f ,-,,k.' r.- , of
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it; ; .. ëo' n3;4' la o .oe put lire embers ett weal wr, , - -- -- -
, 4 ' co A. tuitonlabod Doctor thrir-'4e'ir el css' ' .
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omit ry NOTHERINIT.,Weit ,..trort shoul4 t--L-k '-.). ,s!
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