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THE D E 110C It
, CAN DOVERi'ffill0;
TTIURSDAY, INOVE5111L-1C 14 '6:9.
Wood, Cool, and 'II kinds or 'coun.
try produce, received at this race for
aubvcriptioo, seri other debts.
. . t.. 0- I., tortcslar:nr.nusounksevinviintinand Piarayosur: nines:osmosis
lt 'All persons tidying-1- rospectoses
thet0hio Democrat, will pieass send . , -
them ie. - . . , Fikom tAl Ain Statesman. .. -
"'FICKLE ME l'OM., AND I'LL , , MISSISSIÑ.'4, 2 ','.
iTICK LE YOU JEttla."--The Fed: The annual election for Çavernot,
State officere, Congressmen, to.,"teolk
. end mouthpiece st- New Philadelphia,
i -,,, ,,, i ., - , ,,ts.: ,, -,-;. ploCe in this State on last Monday. Tbe
.- 6911: 4lt if rePice.! ,I) see, I.11,"1 - !hi"- democrats are clang their duty egaiest
, went it copied from a Denr.cratio paper,. the corrupt whig Banking syetem. , ne
4ia relation tapen..9acksooto.destlOis look ferentiresucccas. -, . , ' :
, fateco- Rejoiced at whet I ''',11 could . ' 1
' MA SACLIUSETTS .' '
not :be , rajoyeti that Gen, Jackson ..; ,In this State the annual elections take
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....still liticsi tOf after oft the eulthreet eldq.1 plate on next Monday. ,. The democrats
' 'dere it Piiiiiii'd 'tine ClitiulSted''aiainet i of tiesschuvelts Iwo mountains to o
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him during his administration, it is inv.
, possible that there canibe ene,spark
hereto,' feetinglyet remaising hid is the
dartersieeses of that savage and uneul
livatitt hiaktaNci: I as wolf as' mai)!
ethersalba Clanisould rather ifejoice
in , the .epportunity of assassinating the
senerable,eattick could they always
..son44anwh;14 ofjustice." :' '.'.:,:-,. , ,
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r.HOB$ AND DDDISLES.. ,,:,,.
... The list Advocate pates' abost the
, 'public' litafere - clang' - into' Office an the
hobby of Bonk Reform. - Whether it fe
... hobby or not it 'baby, one thing ib
lieitain: the people of Ohio,. are deter
mined to.inake it li 'Bobble that Boni', of
. ihoiii ridt,ori.oOd Public in bbere w o'n't get
Xiti (4; at least pot till they are snugly
ensconced between four Wallas , , .
' : Thrierbe paper takes occasion to
, call Oil humboggers,: 'and charges 11' b
With humbugging the farmers, by ex
pressing an spiniou that ',grain would
tioi aftes4ha election. Ae conductors
, iti inbliapreis, We 'Aeon) it oar duty,'
to use ever., effort in promoting . the
4ieateet gorid to the greatest 'number,'
ind'the 'Farmers being the greatest'
!lumber in thie Courtly, we feel ousr
halves bouoti to4dsance their Interests;
' and advise them through the medium til
.-eur paper, of the state of the markets,
and things in general; as well as 1041'7
, roes our awn opinions on matters in
,'Ioreating Iliem,both at home and abroad.
:kifin too doing, we make any miscalcu
Wetions; (for we ere not infallible) we
,,-are ever readv to be set right again.
But in thii case, we have made no blip
.,,,of the loopiest tor by reference to the
list of pricey we find 'that'the price ol
. wheat hawbothwdveneed an' a fell since
7.' the -election. 'So much then' ro!,itimbvg
, tug. on our parr. . 1. ,
..bWe had hardly believed - that the
trfaCtaatatrq a etivat, which has been
d for almost a score...of years huMbugging
0,the community with fabrications, arid
A-defetting Republicauiatn, went.' attempt
, ai this tare de! to wtpe ttbe, 'shrliolott,
t hisio wu body, end try to cabtit on-tooth
. ere. .43ut such is the fact; and when a'
,talo bab so long aseociated himself with
tha father of lite,' it is but (filing hip Jae
t4ice ((posy that he bai no honor, no' r
,Ititows no fear. ,Denceforwdrd,-we .tit' I
ilbee'down-for .4 foulmouthA eleaderers
,-and were juteticeilan4 thee, -,' 4' i
, 'There's not a ahopkeepar sin thy tottre;'-',:' '
- That woutd not hang thee, shoot thee, ',..' ,
, - eta') thee dowu, ' , :.':. ' ,
4 .;That (loth not dunk thy Sheets would ,'''', ,
, , , .., . give disease '
To4wery thing they wrapped-w' '.,, "
to bread to cheese; :
Jiy; give contagion to a bag of nail$.'. . ., ..,
NEW YORK ELECTIONS. -
114-heee WI few returns 'from, the
Coq. -hwewer, .ehtch lest
3 Whigs io the Aesembly,
Ðentoétele.. :From 23
showile gain oith4
'"kost Office at his
And; m the
We recommend the circular of tits Democrat.
ic Slate Central Committee, to the Intention eT
our Democratic readers, and more puticularly
to the Central Committee, of Tuscarawu comi
ty. The EIGHTH of January is the day fixed
upon fiw holding, a Suite Convention at Colum
bus to nominate a candidate thr Goveruor. and
electors for President and Vice President,. of
the United State .
We also notice that Gni Shannon, has ap
pointed the IStli day or December next, 'for a
day firThankagiving and Prayer' the tkivernore
Proclamation wilt appear in our next.
vereome; but, the" go to work in :rue
yankee Doping rlisheartened at
ihe powers they aro' amending against.
' ARKANSAS. '
The elections for membera of the Le.
giblet:ire in ArkansasOonk place lait
Monifdy. Of :'eourse ,deinoetats will
generally be eleated..'f ' '
ie ramored 'that Queen
Victorriji proposes to raise Mr.--Webster
to the peerage, provided be consent
'to abide permanenily in-England. - She
says tht3re is more of aristocracy in him
than a dozen such old women ay Mel
A STERLING TRUTH,.
We find- the following item in, the
Boontivillektegisterit should be print
ed to letters of gold ,
"l'he arrogant turd foppish indolence,
always disgusts a man of common sense.
One honest, industrioul mehanic is
worth the whole herd of, profound ea..
quisites,who west our streets with their
thekted turned down Rud not a cent in
I UCTI ß AM U
'Die Pennsylvania Telegraph soya i
ThcPhiladelphiatts are opening tha s
WI' season with lectures on various to
pics connected with literature, science,
the arts,and every day 141e. This la a
much butter kind of amusement titan
theatres and shows of a similar charac
ter, and cannot lull to diffuse much in
telligence, correct the tasted al youth,
slid elevate the standard of public monality.-
DIED.:At Dover, Tuscarawas County, on
the 9th instant. Mrs. Mary Elliott, widow, cit'
Capt. Wilson Elliott, Aged forty six y ears, four
Mouths, ,aud twenty.five days. Daughter, of
Col. John Reed. - Mrs. Elliott was born in the
eity of Pittsburg, Ea. bite made a public profes.7
stun, ot some time since, she wall
cheeribl, and happy, in refigion there vas none
of that austerity, and none ofthat melancholy
which is sepuisive ,and iiirbidding, but with a
hind, awl cheertill heart, to-gether with, it mit'.
ural Eibanity, of manners,.she invited attention,
vhe like Jt.b, had much to try her laitli, she was
mit a o idow, in a destitute,and,lbriorn situation,
with five small children, four daughters and one
Boli, OW hall to support, by her industrý
and, economy, whichwith the blessings of God,
she has doue, much to her honour.' For by her
amiabie deportment, and religious instructions,
her children: are minable, and 'respected by
Although her sickness was long,and distressing',
she bore ail without a mormer,and, with a stink
on ber countenance, peacefully sunk info the
arm; 'of her Redeemer. , '
1.)LiV Ett, ANLNEW PEIILADELPIIIA.
- PR,ICES CURRENT:,
IIbeat, per twahel, --52
Corn, " 31 '
Rye, -4a 40
atts, " , ' , 20 '
Potatoes " A 8 .
Flax Seeid, 41 . ' . ,- 41,75 ,
, Timuthy Seed, , . , ' 1,50 .
' Clover Seed, 8,00 7
Butter, per 11;. " ' . 12
Lard,. '. " ' fr' 32 ',
allow. . " , - , 14 .
Country Sugar, , . 10 ,
' Flax, , " , 9 , :
Eggs, pea doz. ' , ' ' 10 '
Flour,per bbl. 0.00 a 5 50
- THE DOVER LYCEUM, ,
.. Will meet on Saturday evening-next,
at balfpast Me o'clock, 'It the Presby
film will be the-subject Of debate: ' ' '
.:, ; 140:man a free moral,agenti' - li,
,, ; , ' - -Disputants: , ,-,' , '
. Affirm. ' .:.' ,,,,,,,.. , Neg.
s, BE4irstAto, 1 .. 1. STEE84 '
1,1COLLIKIto , I . ,W. SPoona
strict attendattoe of the .morabers
. partioularly requested. ' ,
,,,. ,, - -, l'e W ELTY, See'y. 'I,
it '' Board Of Examiners for the Count'''.
Nu'scarawas, will meet for the examine.'
f Atom proposing to teach Common
. i0 Said county, ou Saturday the NINTH'
1November next, end on every nueceeding
oly. durinq the months of Novembor and
If beurmst. ti7 VIUULUO in .1r7einuer, alla,
W SPOONER, on bahalf the Board.
ovember 7, Mit , , ,, -,
HAIRS I CHAIRS!! CIIAHISM
flIAIRSI CHAIRS!! CHAIRS!!!
Ita",ve-on band a gnautity, ofgood chairs, ?!.
Nis fashion', ' (plural and prices,
1.4.11sekchettper thou cart be porches
tile Chair line, can be
workman, if milled for.
at J. ,-J. Burrets's
'H.E 01110. TATESM AN.
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. According to custom, we' again -pre..
sent totbi peupto ofOhio' 'our prospec
tus for a paper during OM session of the
liegittlature Many-persona who do
oot find it conventent.to aubtieribelor a
paper printed at this place fur a whole
year,do ao during the sitting of the Leg
ialature, being desirous of seetng what
ta-done by those in whoa' kiepinethey
have entrusted the antra of the State.
're accommodate (hitt juit desiitt in, the
people to be thoroughly acquainted with
every illiog.penainiug to their. happi.
apo and' welfarevwe have in this pm..
peditis extended facilities ,,and favors
beyond.whe'llitte been customary. We
shall iseueduring,tinsession a weekly
piper (free ',of-advertittenteitisjat flirty
centi--a seMi-weekly at onn-'dotliti:-'-'7if
tri-weekly at, two tiollare, sod a 'daily
at three Bý this arrangement
we able to -accommodate evory
portion of thet State by all the mails,
and we hope On! friend! wilt not be re-,
miss, availing theinseliea. of these
means of information. , kits all impord
OM; anw welfare, we nave in tole praiA CONSUMPTION COOGilt4, AND-COLDS '
peditis extended facilities' ,and favors 'igiNioervdous disease's,' er complaint,ilyipeosiso
beyond. wha't 'kits been custOmery. We mopes, Aricers, temaltAyeakueis,
shalt ineue during, the tiession a weekly Itud still olasetia,set
is of hypothentitiasistn, lowspirits
paper (free .-0f.-advertisenteilis )al fiifty Palpitation...of titehourt, nervous irritability, peg
centia semiweekly at on0-'iletlai.::-ii"""e W"kuees1 fluor titan, seminal weukricas,
i digestion, loss of Impolite, heart burn. petrel
tri-weekly at two tiollorn, 50d a liallY debility, -bodily,' weakness. Worm or green
at three thillare.-.' Bý this arrangement sicknoils, flatulency, hysterical fluntings. hymen.
WO will,te able to .sconminudate every ice, -headaches, hiccup, sea aickness, night mare
portion of the State by oil the mails, rheumatism, -asthma. tic douloureux, cramp,
spasmodic affectionio, -and -, those who are'sio
and we hope onr friends wilt not be re- twin to that : most -excruciating disorder,- Gouts
miss, in av ailing theinselies. of them) 1 fiat! relief from their sufferings, a course of
means of information. , kis all impord., Dr. Evans! medicine. . ' . , '., ' ,
Paintin'the side, chest, limb, head. stomach
teak that every freeman should 1)0 fully I
ifilru.sbialecsk,o' lihromitisoba chollibsiomef sight, alternate
ecquaitited with everysquestion -touch- at Itiy,mbesoda,dtrreeatatioorii,4, waototi
pig the welfarti of the State and 4)46014, ings, agitation.a
,Tho ;,approaching ICISSIOp :.0( the I mercurial and all delicate diseases, a;e trEcc8easisP!.
Maio Legislature...will be. most ,impor- 'fittlY. , .. ,
treated by Dr. Evana..''..- ' --. ,,-,,- - .
taut one, ,. ' Nck previous One, has, eye,. . , .,, . ..,7 '', ..---'-'-''''''''' . :::. '','i '. r
had the. name, number of delicils and :l '''. ? '''CE.IITIFICATES.'-'''. -..'''7..:
aYLetter from- the, Mom Abraham. Il'Olel
exalting queatione to' meetand sitt upon '
inn Mulling1, Calmly. East. Tannektb308 Mem.
condition of our Banks, andibe
ing system 'under the - second- stispea-
men. apportionment dike btate
into ,Benatorial Bepreseetative
districts, bad a- more just' a'nd equita
ble taxation 'by a-re-valuation ofprop
erty will be diecueeed. All these slues.
Hone have been confided, by the, ever
ehelming voice of intelligent-freernen to
the- care and keeping of ihe democratic
party, and it is impottant that that par
ty should meet them' in sober earnest
flees, andinthat spirit candor and
patriotism whieh they will bring togeth
er, for the public good.- - - '
, We shall also give' ench sketcliee of
the doings of Congress tta'we conceive
of immediate interest to the ll,tate, by
the earliest aid of correopondenta.
By the aid of a daily 'and tui-weekly
paper, we shalike,able to throw tut.the
earliest eastern nswe,,foreign and ,do
mestic, which we kope will not be over
looked by thoee desiring such infor
mation, and with the aid of a power
press, on anew and improved model,we
expect te add:greatly -to the facility of
preparing our papere for !he mails, with.
Mato Legielaturo., will pe Amobt ,impor 'httlY. treated by Dr. Evans..,- ''7 ,,,,.,.., - .
tont One, .' No . previous ' o' ne brie ca . ' . ' '4. '''''':'''''''''''''''...':-,'."':'i''''..
bad pie. same. number of delicate and :l ''' ?, '';'CEIITIFICATES.;."- , --'7'
trivLetter from. the', Hon; Abraham. 111)Clel
exciting questione to' meetand eitt upon ' County, &wt. Tennessee, Mem-clueAtone
'Ouch Cannot' befaveided,', blaunrto.181.1101Div,arynYs., , ,,,,.;,: . , ., , , , :
nor disposed of in a motherit - Among ' - ' - ci WASHINGTON, lIkli''id,' isati.' .
these : are our Internal Improvemente, ' SirSilica I !lava Wen ill dile eiiis.' I have
and the expendi wen' under them.1 The USed SAN of your Dyspeptic medicine with in
condition of our Banks', andihe anti. finite -benefit end Satistketion, and, believe it ,to
be a most valuable remedy. One of my cons
mg system "under ths,- second- 'Aspen- effluents, Dr. A. Garden, ofCampboll County,
sten. '''.111e7 apportionment of the btate . .
Tennessee; wrote me to send him some, Which
into rttinottiriat 'and-ftepresestative I did,- and he hadomployed it very successibily
in his practice, and says it is. invaluable. 7 Mr.
diatricts, and a- more just' anti equita- toltuurnjour agent at this place, thinks Jou
ble taxation ,bya-re-valnation crprep d probably like an egent in Tennessee. it'
erty will be discuseed., All thess goes. so, I would recontinend 'Dr. A. Uardén 'as a
Hon have been confided, by the over proper person lo officiate for the eale of your
celebrated medicine. Sliouldyou commiseion
a,helming voice of intelligentfreernen to is .willing to act for you.,, You can send
the- care and keeping of 'the democratic it'illeml,14,,Lieme by water to the care of Robert
party, and it is important that that par- King &Sons', Knoxville county,' Tennessee.
ty should meet them- to goher earnest. or by land 'to Graham '& Houston Tazewell,
flees, and . inthat spirit a candor and East 'Fenn. I have, no deubt-but if y,ou hid a
pal riot Mtn which they will bring' logeth ,gents in severel counties in.East 'Tennessee, a
great deal of your medicine would be sold. I
er, roi the public good.'' .' - - - 4 -. '.: am going to take Some of it honte with me Tor
, We shall also give' each 'sketches of My own use, and that of iny friends, and should
the doings of Congress its'ive onliteive like to hear from you whether yon would like
of immediate interest to the stele, by a7n agent at Bluntville, Sullivan county Eaot
elm. I can get some of the merchants to act
the earIlest aid of correepondents...-,' fo'r you, as I live near there.
' By the aid of a daily 'and tui-weekly ABRAHAM 11I'CLELLAN, of Tenn,
paper, we shallke,able to throw tut.the To Dr, Win. Evans, 100 Chatham at. N. Y
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Val liVat CIUSICI 11 Ulan Cif MI Cigli atill ,Lit... ' -- ,
mestic, which we kope will not be over 'ABRAHAM J. CREMER, residing Ett Cfi
looked by those desiring such infor- Mott street, Now Yotk, was afflicted with Dys
motion, and with the aid of a power- pepsin hilts most aggravated form. Tbe syrnp
toms were violeht headache, great debility, fe
press, on anew and improved model,we
of evieler,sicao iveness cough heartliburn ain in the
expect to addlreatly -to the facility 181td stotnac' k Ow; 8 Mier catit'? impel ed
preparing our papers for the mails, with. appetite, sensation of !linking at ithme stomarch,
out the loss even of an hour. We ask 1.thvred tongue. nausea; with restlessness. These
had coutinued upwrads of twelvemonth, when
only such support ad corresponds with
on consulting Dt. Wm. Evans, 100 Chatham
our exertiOn8 10 make our pope, 'useful street, and submitting to his over successful and
-to the public. - , . agreeably mode of taeatment, the patient WM
. -Terms of ihe session' Paper. -completely restored to health in the short space
ffnersonp receiving -this-paper 'will of 'one month, and gratelhl for the ine,alculable
benefit derived, gladly came tut waid and viol
consider themselves egentstand for
unteered,tho above statement
five subscribers one gratis will bo beta. Dr. WM. EVANS' Me.dical Office, 1100
Weeklyiphio btatesman, 01 BO. , Chatham street, Mew York. '
Setus-weekly, I . 4 00, ' , .
'hi-weekly, .' ' r 2 00. .
Daily, 1. ' 00. TEE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATE was
All paymonttr must be -in advance er handed to wt by Mr. Van &kick, of Albany, a
eighty respectable member of the community,
reference to a member of the Legista
s. sz m. IL N1EDARy. ed whose versed?' cannot be doubted:
lure. - Mr. Septemius itindall, of the town of Wes.,
Columbus, 18:39. , , . , 1 terloo, county of Albany, 1NUS flir about 21
nil BE subscriber would respeettilly place
belbre the public the following Synopsis
of a oplendid assortnint of -
GOODS,: , '
which he has-just received loin ill; East.
I, frorn the East, have just received d rect.
Staple and FancyGoods,' of choice nid neat
Ainerican, French anA EngHsit
Assorted Ribbons, and-yankee Hoes; -
Colored Garnbrichs Tin and .
Tickings, Thread laee and Pittsburgh Naila,
Eneiroidered hose, plain and stripedSattincit, '
Latches, Hinges, plain and fancy Graciatiette,
Ladies' gloves, tin PIIPS & welled Inserting,
Edging. Fooling &col'd1 watered Bdting,
Red ,Padding,.Elotbe, black ,greetti gre nynd ' ,
, -blue, ,
ilea Cords, coil litrpe,'Irnd liailds4ws ton,
Orleana Sugttr, Mohair Silk and Saki Stocks, '
Ladies' Bonnets, Iron Squares & Cston Socks
Lusteritig, col'd flamers 4;4 tl'ro de nap,
Victoria ,strve, Canvas., ffinghatn, & Burlap,.
A proircheck, thindsaw riles, and halter chains
Rice, Molasses and Glass by box cir panes,
Oils, Tobacco, Ginger,' Snuff and Too : ,
Hammers, Waiters, and Cords of & Sea,
Iron Steel, Brandy, Wine and Cedar Were,
Oriental Braid, iafine, kinAiellicitra rear..
T BOLIVA tt
Reader, perchance, !'ve named lour fancy or
, yeur care, ' ' -
If so, 4-1 The inite high 'Heaven !maimed, with
thee share, I - , t F
Should Fleeter, Fish, or Salt, your orgent wants
Call at: numLer One, for 'I have' them all on
land. ISAAC TE1,1,1.R.
YrtIA N SPOONER,' '
ATTORNEY AT EA W
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY.
Canal Dover, Tuscarawas County, Ohio.
Mee lecond door north or ilia Commercial
hitt, Front street. - '
Dove,. luly22m1. 1830.
'the Boar& FROM 'THE'EAST
Jost received at the Tusearawas Cs.
Cash Store, a fich asaortment of Mup.
chairs, of lin de Laines, Painted Lawns, &e. &c
Also the latest style or. Piintssome
be parable?. of them very Bich together wish domes
GoodsAo invitation is given to
ine' e" be the Citizens of Dover and vicinity to
if milled for.
I. Bumaie, call and examine them, they will be sold
very low for Cash.
OREN. tMQNTFLIEDY & M CLEAN.
Factoiy ID 8
r JOti es tiNTING of allTdes-criptii-ns
,Idope at (TICE, . , c,
M EDI t-Li 1, CONS UL7 A 770N
too cuAT.11.km staEur, NEW-YORK.
11:11Dr. Evane Office for Medical criiisult4-
tion and advice. 100 'Chatham etreet, N. Y.
Daily attendance is given thr personal consul.
tenon. , Immediate answers are returned to
country toms, which must minutely dela:ram
theme, and contain a remittance thr advice and
medicine, which can be forwarded to any part
of the world, however distaut. , No ditliculty
can occur as the medicine rid be securely pack..
ed, and letters advice carefully protected from
observation.- '' .
THE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATE was I
handed to Ira by Mr. Van &kick, of Albany, a I
algid), respectable member of the community,
nd whose veracity cannot be doubted:
Mr. Septeiniu Kendall, of the town of Wes'.
terloo, county of Albany, IN US for about 27
years trougled with a nervous and billow' (dee
tion, which lbr 7 years rendered hitn unable to
attend to his business, and during the lost titree
years of his illness was confined to the house.
ills syntptents 'were dizziness, pain indite head
and side, palpitation of the heart, went of Lippe.
lite etc. , ,Afler expending curing his confine.
went, nearly three hundred dollars witliont ob
taining any permanent relief, lie by necident
noticed an advertisement et DI. W. ,Evans,
Camomile am! ; perient Pills, and was ponse.
(meetly induced to make a trial of them After
usiruk them about a' fortnight, he wa.i able to
I walk out; in four months lie enuld ,attend to
1 ,asiness, and considered his disease entirely
II removed.., The above information was given to
1 the oubsciiimr by Mr, Kendall himselfi there
con, therefore be no deception. . ' ,
STEPIIENVAN BG MICK.
traZr Another very severe of Inflammatory Rheu
mtam cured by Dr. Wm. Cyan? frleilicine,
Air. John dt Carroll, of tha county of West
chester, town of North Castlet New York, had
been severely acted with inflammatory rheus
minim for fourteen months with violent pains
iit his linibs, great heat, excessive thirst, dry
ness of skin, limbs much swollen, was not able
without assistance to turn in bed for six weeks.
!lad tried ivartous remedies to no effect. Was
advised by a friend of his to procure rime of
Dr. W. Lvans1 medicine of 100 Chathem street,
New York,which he immediately sent for; and
eller tho first dose found great - relief,
and in continuing its use according to the dire&
liens for ten days, was perfectly cured. Allow
me tb refer any person to him for the truth, of
thet'abuvo statement ,
Dr. Win. Evans' Medical Office MO Cha
tham street, New York where the Duette may
be,consulted, and his medicine procured. ,
NEW FALL :
JUST received from the Eastern cities, a
large nnd splendid assortment of FALL
, , ANT) WINTER GOODS, consisting of
French, English, and Victorio Prints; Muslin
de Lane, Painted Mullins and Lawns ; Linen
and Cotten Drillings; Blue, Black and Mised
Cloths; Caitsiineres, and Sattinetts of all cok
ors and quatities; Bed 'ricking, Btenehed and
MThcached Mustins: Also, a fiLe tot of Bair
and Fur Caps.
- ' ; J. SMITH & Co.
change for Gooda.CASII pool for heat.
J S. et, 00.
Canal Dover, Sept. )9, 1839. 8tf. '
gittorittgs at lint.
NE w PtilLADEL
July 30, 1839 , , :
north front Factory.' -
:-.I3UA '11:SS DI it Et 'TOWS : h m
. 110TE149 . -
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110V Ell 11()TEL, by , r
ST1111 ..DL , , GO011S!
riowneri Pruitt rt. uoittl,: Puy- , ,
Factory at. 1; : GrlocEntna,,:'
triONIMELICIAL 1101EL by Jul
ILTucker, Front 1.1. .
.HOTEL by DanieJltolembough,
Alarket - above Fifth' rt. , '
1111,111S.:: ;,,ZtélM BAIA' STEE
ILVMdidat liroctitioners Flom
apilloni to the Ohio Democrat Oilice.
R. WINDELL ietsed st Nis!.
site thi Methothst Church. ,
ofi Gerona Assortment of Drugs to
M" be' ba4 et Montfredy McLiain's
New Store On rectory et. 3 doors east
from Second F
ILIDT 8; Cos. Drug Store Facto.
rý 84 4-doors frOm Sof.trod
Dealers ,in Dry Gouda, Grocer
,corper, of Factory end Second
lAYM. GRAHAM &do. North east
corner of Sccood & Factory ht.
nesters to Dry Goode, Groceries,
Hardware!: sQuensware ZI4c
llIl EN RY 'A RLINGTON G rocer,
IL Factory st east ' fr6to ecoricl
otreet. ' -
311VVNX'otati9E7 retalail IletaLleErn
thy Good Grocerloo, Htrflware Sze.
Ittel-deliEiNb0111AFER & co. Deo.
iijitkicre in 1)4 tioode Gtoceries, &c.
Fecto,ry et, ,
111011N BURRESS, Grocer, roc
to tory Bt. 4 doors west from front st.
I AMES WALTON Grocer, North
ILV east corner of fiont and Factory st.
1FAERTIG & TORREY, Grocers,
Jiti Factory st east side of Me Canal
COM M !SION ERCHANTS
IV At GRAHAM &co's Commit..
v sion & Storage Warehouse,
Front at. 3d door below Factory at.
UKENSDERFER Szco. Com-
mission Merchants, Front at.
two doors south from Factori Pt,'
4, I) Ltitti littAttA M6 'Ann
41'inisseion Wbrehouse, corner of
Factor$ tiz Front Bt. '
DILDT, jr, Conmiueion' Met
ttY chant, Front Sz Faótory Pt; '
ALIA) i )o btortige Utaii
mission Werchouse, on Factory
at. adjoining the Basin. , ,
1,1 RICKETs. Cabinet Wayeroorna,
Oi7 second st.'ni)rth óf Pactory et. '
ti KININBY, Tailor trout. et.
00 opposite the Bridge. ';.
jA. 1,1'111E, Te dor, Front si.
role door ottowe Feeforv'St::":
kl W. NEW BURGH,' l'attorFac.
go tory at. notih vide.
Tall' M. BURCHFIELD Toiler,
Bi la sec( nð Rt. south from 1,:l 4
Ari tr H AM, Boot. A; Kne
ktlitrStore, Factory bt enst vide of the
A If AWL Bon! itrid shoo ntal,er.
211 Mifiret frt. one door east of Ili!
Farmers Inn. .2 , ,
n, R1CK$ECKER. Ciock & Welch.
itmotter, Corner of Factory & front te!
0 Att LaWILSON-Hatter; nee
rind et. nest side. '
Confections Front wt. werit.!.!liti.,'
Plain & raney
! 61 Geo D Swiee
Colored Florences ,
- Veetinge ,
Ponge Cravat lidkrt
'', Light, Dark le Fano,
, gibbons ;.
, Dress Ildkre ,
)ro - - 7
y:v etv ,, e ritvat.
0 rz Ir GOO BN 9 -
' raaUtreVnitia : .
GLASS AND QUEENSWARE, ,..
. bkt EVERY iirAttlwry.- '
8 1 'GRAHAM & Co.; are now ro... -
111. oohing a new, supply of Goods,. ,.
. 6, tonsibting of atino4 every wand?
oty, which they will he happy to show theii
triends and customers. Feeling a4sureeh, that
liey can give as good bargains' as can he laul, i.rt
this part of ðie Outilitry; " rheirstocit comp(' ,
es in part of the following artiplee, y41 ';
Cloths Cassamores " ' Fru! Otn ito
' 1 '
Cousinetts Morenog r Waves, Crape, ,
, Flannels Printe itobinetts; Seneste
Muscling Cambrios Edgin'ka; Incertrhp
BroUrn Mingling ' Carpeting, liengup
Bleached Musslins t Peter t.
- Shootings 0)104 Straw elL Tas -
Tiokings Cot. Yarn earl 'Bonnets
Canvass Padding , ; Apron Cheeks
Worsted Cotton 4 Furnettme de' ,
Lambs Wool doh. Fornmune Calittco
Ingo. : : . Rosolitankets
AiC: Wadding, Liattitig
Waves, Crape, ,
Edgin'ga,- Insertrhp ,
Carpeting, Ilestgup '
t Peter Sheet t.
, Plain, Straw & Tue. -
; Apron Cheeks
Ftirnetune Cal ieo
Wadding, Salting ,
amilts, Needle Pine ,
& Lacing But. ,
tons', - A -
Stocks, Shirts & Col
-.litre A '
View, Shoes & socks
Alga. a general ao,.
wortmettt of Croce
ries,' vitt t : Tea , Ca
fee,' Sugar. and Mo.
lessee, eate.'&0 -
IRON, Nails,- Salt; Fish,' tar; ',Ropes, Li
quors, 80;i-Hardware,'Qiieensware. Zito.
An invitation is extendcd to litose gwishing to
buy; to.pall and examine,
With many thanks for' past favors, would
inform my friends,and customers, tbat I hats
associated. Mit 8, 14 BIGELOW with me in
bustriess--and would respectfully request those
who are indebted to me, either by note 9r book
account, to call and oettle immediately, ;
.s , , 7 GRAHAM.
Dover, Bept. 5;1839.: no'5tt
Hogs, rist es.
71 OHN I. ITLI Sz.co, Dealers in The highest price paid for good cleun
a Dry Almada Ilaraware, Grocerieb Bristles, by
Sze. Factory et. north side. ' MON TFREDY Sz McLEAN.
' - ter) et.' Doie;..
la wil.4.1 0 10 V Al ,C. 1 LANak.), N. I VI.V1, & CM". oL, , rurvi, .,,. ' Q1 TAL ,fit,,-,4, 1,,
ß 'tort, Bt. 4 doors west from front et. . L-1-'1"-t- s'''' '''''-"!-." 9.1!.7-'f.!'"
. - .--- Situated in the House a- djoioinu East
of the Market House', ;rate .
B AMES WALTON Grocer, North ,
. Philadelphia, Ohio.il, 7,-: ,-,'
l'7 east corner of ftont and Factory st.
' CONEAD GENITOR'',
LIERTIG & TORREY, Orocers, . .. ,,
ta,, ESPECTFULIX informs the cit
e Factory st. 'east side (ditto banal k-
4 i, ozone of New Philadelphia, that
COM M !SION M EROBANTS, he parries on the above Business in al
IV M. GRAHAM &co's Commit.. of its various branches, and as he keeps
none other than his own.' mbnufacture.
v elm) & Storage Warehouse, he can confidently recommend his work
ront et. 3d door below Factory at. to all who may favor him with 0104 Cia,)
1111bLIOKENSDERFER &co..Cm-. t"11' - ' '
.1110 mission Merchants, Front et. Particular attention will be given t
so doors ecuth from Factori at,' ' the manufac ure of tientlemen'e
3.t KA I) L.Litit cz littAtiziM'6 'Ann
as this work will be dotle-tv 'one of the
'Retail & Front et. ' .......' . '
Ll'inissaion Wbrehouse, corner el ' - -
beat Boolmen in the country. ALW
Ladies' Work by Measure. , ,
I DILDT, jr, .- Uottmilastod Met. Á general assortment.of BOOTS &
ji chant, Front & Faótory sr. ' - ' SBOES (of his owh nitike) cottatitly
,m.- -- -'' on baód' ' -.. . "' '
'I ALIA, i 1 )o biortige ix t.;inis- 1 - .
3 . mission woroh0 r, ' The Public arerespectfally invittt! to
outs , On s'..actory .
give him. o call ,before puicti!teihfi el;,,41:-
I. adjoining the BaRin. . , . . ,, , ,. , .,
Bil RICKETs. Cabinet Warerooms, ; ,- New phoako h. A , 16 1..-43
p ,Itt, ,.LI,, , N- ,
Li7 second et.narth óf Factory et. ' - , .,
- FASIIIONABLE TAILORNO
. Til SERI W. NEWBUlt(al, would to.
10511 00pipioNs itit IINh ON BB rYi d, allela i I o r; . 1: ,r,out, 8.4
. C, spectrally intorni hid old friends Sad
ð) A. LITTLE. THoor, Front ,,,i. ttio public in general, that he cartitia.tie
ness in 'ail its sal:loos
ohe dnor above Faciorvet.;: ".' '-
' tiranches,one door East of J. I. Sinith',3 ,
n W. IN ENV BB R.6 I-1, !TattorFs c..,, the above butli
Store,' where he may. at all , votes '11(1. '
Lir tory st. notilt Pide ' , :' 1. - folitid to ,L tittend to allwork intrufated.1,1
tor. - '-- ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 1-1a. flatters ilituself it m iii-1,3
PIELD. Toilor. Ilinio'. '
313 aeNcl("ndllstlisitoeutHh froth M Ail; t.'1'.' '
). .ðone as-duralble,erat and fashionalop,
-----4,---14- ,-;.-- is it ciiii be done in-the ccantry,.aa Le
G Q. tiltAHAM,..13
ot to.'r ploy goo comps et) s or men, en l'I
- "I. ,''', P";I'rne- intends at 'sit .iimcm: 'to' keep' in, iiiii tot.
d t I ' k eh'
Store, Factory. et. castatue
Canal. , , , ,,.. ,
- means te receive' the Fashion& itafiltity
- . ' PrOOlded for.' , ,;;A. -, 't,-,- ,',. r., --; :,, -
Miritat et, 'one door east of ih!
:.11,-SA:K Bont knd fhoe ttial,e'r,
,T,' 1'6 a6Cotomodati hte' filet-314'in filo
coutitry, he will take Ilea' rly oil Iinds:tif
Farmers trio. ' .- ; --1 L, s., ',:"; '' I:
,'W ERTIO & TOUR i Y,' - W 11047' , ' N. B. One or Iwo opprentires Ivan.
- , - :. country.prot...icr.':...,:::,--' '.--, r-.! :,'.'-': z
14 . sale & Beloit toot Sz .,hoe Man- ied immediately to learn.. the I'ailories.
factarers, Factory at. cast of the Cano)."InPinesa., Boys between Oat sge of 15
' ' and 16, woulii be preferrek.They munt
0 MARTIN, , Boot & Shoe maker
Factory st., West from front Ia.,: ., ,
be..of good character, as- rerninnienaaN
itunti Of 'isidilefry, tiottektir,: and sobria
FA , 11 -MECKENSON, , Boot . & try, will be 'required. " ..;,-, ,..',. ' - ,
AIShoe maker bieónd et. one' door Canal:Dove' 'i.,''Artg, 15, 1S-11.g. It --.
''''''. "..". .----"- Fr , .
' - ' N '- ''' ' ''' PROSPRU 1 US ' -- ç
n,R1CK$ECKER. Clock & Watch. , ,.. , ,
' OF TIID SEW:t1LIN BULLETIN. . a
'trinket.. Corner of Factory & front tel. . . . . . -. . a -
,C( II All LESWILSON-Hatter.:o aeo: ;inTichialille usell.e:illivoifil, boamistadettranileamauwmebelit).dims-
9:11111Jond at. nest aide. ,-,
the rate of $1.00 in advanceA full, - and am- 'ir
ith, W. W A R REN Chair maker, pie report of the Proceedings of dm two llous '
1 Main steel north of secorot at , ' Bea will he giveatntelligent and ibithfur Ile- ;
porters will be emplo ed tier this or oso and (
VATHAN Eli WAL'1.0.1S-1:1--Zter PL, every effort of tho EdYitor will be uredPto tu'rnish
INJ Confections Fr Ont ol. ;ent aido:,... ? the earliest possible intrilligenca to those who ,',
-,-x tuks sit interest in the proceedings Of the Leg- I ,
0', lining had hitherto, considerable experience
lir 1 totUAN'IlIELb. T.inr:i:tdoreoliepetit ,isleture. ' ,- ', . L.' , ."'.', ! 4 r
-!.',1. lin the publication of pnper, .und in reporting
-1A. i 0 t 1.1antifactorY.
AliER AND HARBOUCII. Tin the doings of the General Assembly, the Editor -
wilt endeavor to be outdone hy none fide co.. " ,
Band Sheet Iron Manufactory Fog
tory ft. youth nide - ' ' .. . - ''. tenlpnrarieFt in !lie promtness, correctness, and
, , , - aot..ido 'am,. Imnrarttiht branoh a I 00111;.
V UNI,Efeli. Cligffittfilln I Igrj, AliElt AN H AR 13013C11, l'in the doings of the General Assembly, the-Editor - ;
-,, , .. , - , c ' ' 4 ' , ' 0 &pond Sheet Iron Manufactory Fes- wilt endenvor to be outdone by none fide co. " A
UST received from the Eastern cities, a tory ft. youth nide - ' ' .. . - , temporarien itt tbe promtness, eorrectness, and ,
' , fiblelity of this importnnt branch of Legudative
5Iarge nnd splendid assortment of FALL -- -...---..---,..--4 i
, A M) WINTER GOODS, consisting of 'VW SPOONER Attorney at Law,' InfPrIDIIIInnI Thus whit -Ivem (Ile PII(1.(In8 (If It
Om first Bulletin, and subsequently , of the Co, ' ,
ench, English, and Victorio Prints; Muslin
Lane, Pointed Muslim; and Lawns ; Linen i 1 Front 164 North of the Commer , itimbus Sentinel, while we , were'llie Editor,
mai ina - i never had canoe to cotnnlain; but all professed
d Cotten Drillings; Blue, Black and Mixed ------ --
to be well pleased: and melt as may agakt favor ''''
oths ; Catinimeres, and Sattinetts of all col- III .10,Nia, rusitter end Ulazer
.. 1 us with their omen and patrotinge.' may test I
1 and quatittes; Bed 'Picking, Mulled and ..,U., Anecond et weet aide , I assured that 'tolling in tbis particular, -shall be , 't,
dicached Mustins: Also, a fit.e tot of Hair .
d Fur Cap& II VALI ON Bough ifiland' wanting on our part to fulfil their just espee. ,
unions and wishes. May the -Editor -appeal to 1,,
' ' , , ä. I. SMITH & Co. WiNaggon Manufactory, tecond. tt 1,
le libernlity and ilindneS9 able friends sod i 4 I
N IL Alt kin& of produce taken in ex- 8-. . . . i , ,
sage for Goodo.CASH paid for Wheat. T weat aloe. , , . , , t , , , . - ,P , 1 the public for a share of thew Suppoit and pat
I. I. S. er, Glo. - . ronnge, and will Pontmasters and others, into t
Woggnn and rinnall whostsft d I f li bl. I d '
an s t us may a , o iping y Wen it - ,,,
lw f4 Manufactory rieennd etNi4ofil tilao,, to ouch individutds as vvill be willin to ' b l' .
Cana Dover, Sept. I9, 1839. Stf.
All it iitTON & rEctr----- -.e:--r- scribe? ao such we ia ill lbei greatly 'n
g ea , ,
1 debt.' '
A MOFFIT, Blackamtth, adjoan in '
. gittorittgs at lint. g ed, end for any trouble thev tray thereby intur
the Plough factory., : . .,,, we wit! atnply pnd tatisfactorily reward them. ' '
NEW f, IIILADEL I'll IA.
, , , , ,, , , , , t , , , , , , --,, , . JOHN A. BRYAlt '
July 30, .1839 , ,. , ,''.: ., ('',,' , , . ..., . .. , Columintir)83 ' '
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To4 miry tiling they wrapped-,
, to bread to cl
ay; give contagion to a hag ofnail
klZthr YORK ELECTIL
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