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TERMS PUBLWATION.
The hid Deinoorst land Aavartisero bi
puhrisheti weekly, at $2,00 eneoni,.ar psi(
- Ain ais months, or $2,50 at the and of Ult
PILICE r,ADVERTISINU. -
One pare threto insertioon, SI Of
Ei,ery additional insertion, 2E
, A Ei,ery -additional insertion, 414 2E
Larger'cliargel te:proportiom
A liberal tfilOCMInt made to those who 'ad.;
',Airtime by the year. :
Printing of every description executed
With the inmost clespatuli.
All Loners and coinieunirations, must b.
, i.post;nsirt
,
, S C itA 11 S. '
T I When Eve b.onglit woe to all mankind ,
' Old Adam coiled 'ler tVosMotis
, .,' .. But when she word with love So kind I
,r,. --:"' ,.'l.; lie thtn ploiinunced it t000.mtin ' '
- ,
,- AlvI''t ''sv rat) folly end wttb prole ..
-, , 4"1"to, jittebind's pockets trimMing.
'ft ,, Thaseidies are so full of whims,
. rhat people call them so.histmen. ,. .,
v,, . --a -
,- A Brawl& tt promise caso-wA obarming.bus
' . ' Iness like young milliner, who, bad always
is been in the habit of tripping - Into- a bank for
' - her small change made her;usual visit The othb
I
- er day and says 11Grood morning. Mr Cashier,
', - I hive 'come for fiie dollars wordy of your small
, change- agile.' . - " ''''' '' '' ' ,' '
. - 'I am MIT 10 Silty Mill --t. that we ..lan.
'hot aecomModata you,I, was the reply. '
! 'But here is youi promise.to pay on demand.'
!Il cannot help that.' ' ' '
, oThen you break your promise, do you.' . . .
t ' ;Cartainly.1.
, . - - .
''k, "And with impunity'', ' . . . . .
i; 'To be sure. Our charter allows us.'
I " 'Allows you to make as many promises n's
, : loulplease, and break them when you please?'
, 411 may be so construed.' ,
, '1 Psh dear me, bowl wish I was a hank and
.' 1 lad a' chaser.' - , - - - . '- '
) "Why--so I' , .1, .
' flecausel 11 have made a promise, no.t a 1
I promise to pay afive dont'. note, wit!ch II
'... , -ehould blush to break; but a promise of my
), very self t one. I do not love.' -
'Why ;on you break it. Omni)
!
1 ' 'M. ah, Mr. Cashier, there's the rub. Un.
like your bank, I have no charter, and should
,' im sited fur breach of promise. and beavilif
'fined.'
)
Mono Democrat.
';, The editor of tho Springfield, Man, Gaz: a
. i 'Whig paper says: t
r " We hope our readers will mouse the lack
; le editorial matter in our paper this week. Tim
i . d'act is wegot rowed so far up Salt River, dh
'Monday by 04 Lootk.roco party, that we have
1 mot been able tol.get;r.tic to attend to our ?pa.
' ' per.1
Dr. Thompson, who;was a celebrated pi
'kilo his day, twee remarkable fin two
thine', viz. the loveliness of hie persönis and
his &dike to Int Ons, which he always repro.
bated as being very unwholesome. On his
'breakfasting one morning at Lord Meiaombs,
when Garrick vas present,' a plate of muffins
being introdiwed: the doctor grew outrageous,
and exclaimed 'take away the manal"No,
no, exclaimed Garrick, seizing the plate,and
4,oltiag significently m the doctor, 'take sway
the ragantaffils.1 .
THE DOVER:LYCEUM,
r Will meet on next- Friday evenin,g,
et the usual place, at which time the
fullowing question will be discussed.
i.le the influence of Females upon
tommunity,-greater than that of Malec'
Disputants:.
'AM Neg.
E. Wel g. J. Deardorf
Jas. 'Wilt. N. Clouse.
' The question, qs Man a Moral Free
Agent 1'0watt:decided in the affirmative.
E W ELTY, Seey.
4MARRIED.On the-2Sth inet.,by
, the Rat Mrs Wharton, Mr. John Mi
ttel!, of Dover, to Mies Winnefred, of
Wayne Coontyd
i , '' DOVER., AND NEW PHILADELPHIA.
PRICES CURRENT.
, ---
Wheat, per bushel,
4 ' Cora, . " ,
ft
11 Etre, " '
Oats, "
Potatoes, "
Flax Seed, ,6
Timothy Seed,
'Clover Seed, 56
31
40
20
18
G,75
- 1.50
. 8,00
Butter, per lb. 12
Lard. .11 , 11
all lot. " 14
' Country Sugar, 10
Flits. 61
. 9
Eggs, pet doz. 1G0
Ael Elour,per bbi. . t5.1106 5 5
S add I tty 3
- Will.SIIE An.
nEspEciTuLLy inronn the allblic thn
he has purchased the SW lo & lia r.
twat un king establialunent belonging to John
Treanor. anti intends to carry on tho huffiness
as usual and manitracturit mutt and women's
saddles in the newest fashion and of the beat
matertalv.
A S 0 ;
All khula .or carriage, Dearborn wagon and
peat harness', with every other article tn our
line of business which is required the coun
try. Ito flatters himaeir that the execution of
Itie work will be antistactory to those who
may employ kiln. Ile will. mill on modem
ate terms, and take all kinds of approved coun
try produce in payment.
New Philadelphia, July 90th. 1839 tr.
i - Akio
'iv C1V : 6,'
1
' bill', . ,
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G R 0 0 3
,: vant30
GLASS ANDO
. Or ,EVERN
- ,
W'GRAHAP
ceiving a i
consisting
etv,11 which they will b
friends and customers.
they can give as good h
J
this:part of the country
see in pait of the full
.
Cloths Cassamerns
Cassinetts blertmos ,
Flannels Niels .
M waling Cambrics
Brown. M ups! ins
Bleached M wall in.
Mailings Sheetings
'Pickings Cut Yarn
Canvass Padding
Worsted Gott II 4
Lambs Wool took.
Ings.
'SILK St A Ct.
Plain & Few eilk!.
Bile. ',mitring
" Geo D SWifl
Colored Florence.
Vestings IP
Ponge Craviit- Mdk6
Light, DAP, lincy
Ribbons t.s1 .
bress Ilditre .
" Shawls ' .
Metina Shawhi
rrivgl.
MODS!
nz Es.
521tr: - .
LIEENSWARE;
VAIIIETY.
& Co, are now fe
w supply 'of Goods,
f almost every 'sari
happy to show their
Feeling assured that
pins ta can be had in
Pheir Stock compd.
ing articles, viz t. ,
-
Prussian do' '
Gloves, Crapes ',,,.-
Sobinetto, Swisses
Edgings, insertings
Carpeting, Batigup ,
Peter Sham.
Plain, Straw' & Ms
can Bonnets
Apron Checks
Furnetune do
, Furnetune Calico
itoneIllankets
Wadding, Batting ,
Wicking
tombs Needle Pins
Gilt &' Lacing LIM
tons Stocks, Shirts & Cul
lars
Vitus, Shoos & sock,
' Also, a gonSral as
sortment of Groce
ries, viz Tea Cof
fee, Sugar and Mo
lasses, &c. &c.
IRON, Nails, Salt, fish, Tar..P.Ropen, Li
quors, dc.c. &G.Hardware, 4itensware. &a.
An invitation is extended to those wishing-to
buy, to call and examine.
With many thanks litr past favors, I would
inform my friends and custotners, that I haye
associated MR. S. H. BIGELOW with me in
businessand woUld respectfully request those
who are indebted to me, either by note or book
account, to call and settle immediately.
W. GRA HAM.
Dover, Sept. 5, 1831 no5-ti
-67retty arrival.
SA MIIE FERTIG.--GROCER,
Commission Merchant, 4, Bootýz
Shoe Manufacturer,
Bast side ot the Canal.
Having just received, and constantly
keeps on hand, a general assortment of
goods, such as:
Coffee, 7eas, Sugars, Liquors, Oils,
Smoking t Chewing Tobacco, Confee.
tionaries, Pock Salt, Ground Pepper,
Alspice, 'Mustard, Ginger, Bar and
Shaning Soap, Chocolate, Salaratus
Shoe Blacking. Black t Red Ink.
Writing Paper 4, Quills, Raisins, Nuts
of all kinds, Loco k'oco ilatches, Can
dles, Pepper Sauce, Wines of all des.
criptions,
BOOTS A; SHOES
,LF Lir JL 411060 IL AL NJPJLA tus
Mans fine and coarse Banta, fine 4,
coarse' Brogans, Gaiter Boots, Slippy,
&toes, 4-c.
Orders tor any description of Boots
(Se Shoes, can be filled on reasonable nos
tice, and on the most eatioluctory terms.
Canal Dover, Nov., 19 1839.
BLUOAlaRAISAINS.-For oale by
S.
IGIMOLIENT Shaving 8onp,--For
1124 ale by .8. F.Elt NO.
rillHOMPSON Szeo's,,' Premium
111. Chemical Oil, Plit !a BIRCk Inge.
For ealebyl S. FERTIO.
girl-OM-MUM RIFLE, 4, Blesti4
it" Powder. For bele by
S. FERTIG.
-11411.1RSUA'S -T-r-417breted Bieck
lir Writing Ink.-Por Sale bv
S. FERTIG.
lb vy 1. by the
Barrel or Jess gotantitv For
sole.by S. FERFUI.
AIDIAiNi tilFLE PLOWDER.--Fut
11. node by S. FERTIG.
Nov. 19 16- 01
anammonmo
'
NEWS FROM THE EAST.
Just received at the lanscoawas Co
rash Store, a rich assortment of Mee.
lin de Laines, Pain'ed Lawns, Sze.;Ste.
Also the latest plyle of Printssome
of them very Rich together with domes.
tie GoodsAn invitation ip given to
the Citizens of Dover and vicinity to
call and examine them, they will he sold
verv low rnr CR"11.-
..MONTFREDY M CLEAN'.
Factory ot,,Df,ver.
Hogs Bristles.
The highest price paid tor good clean
Bristle, hv
MONTFREDY Sz, McLEAN.
Factory et. Dover.
CHAIRS! i'llAIRSll CHAIRS
ham a gnantity, df good chain'
Ivialarivoen;n fashans qualti s d cos
, which I will sell 31181;er thain.er; n nbne puPrrellit"'
6,1 eiseithare in Inscarasaw County.
All kinds of wtOt in tho Chair lino, ran be
made to order by akkod workman, if called for
chairs deposits': fuir sale at J. Burross's
Grmmery Store,
' ' G. W. WARREN.
Novelohr 7, trf
. LION HOTEL.
, i . BY MR& MAW ALBERT.
or la)we cat IX yo uinn ..
lilltmAtI4EciVz;IFITfuTiduscren
ty, mid ne tra illing public generally,
that Mlle Can acctmodat those who ma) thvor
her wi tit their colon; 1 as gO4bil a style as can
be had in this parlor th country.
Her liar and Ilitle will be supplied with the
best the market cat IOW. I ler stables ate large
snd well misled, aid will be Well attended
Uttro. tur owe end well tionishitl, eitil will be v
116 by FER'FIU, In
New ririladolva, limy 3, 1E3
1
)
S. FERTIG
i
1
-111",Imm-eim.me,-eminnimuso
BUSINEt4S 1Wrir T0111
HOTELS.
M OVER HOTEL by Smith A
wner, Front et. mirth fro
Factory at.
IOMMORCIAL HOTEL by hobo
I...Trucker, Front Of.
kWIARMERS MECILANICt
HOTEL by Daniel linlenibough.
Market tiL above Frontal. "
It
MEDICAL. .
DRS. MeMEAL & STEE01
Medidal piacillionera
next door to the Ohio Deteocret Office.
Irt R. WIN DELL second et. oppo
jdUrsite the Methodist Church.
1.) U ,OL UOICINE S.
AGeneral. Assortment of Drugs to
be hod ai Montftedy & Mellain'a
New Store on Factory at 3 doom east
from Second sr. .
jaliry sr. 4 doors from Second sr.
M Eltse HAN T
BRAUCHER, WELTY, & Co,
Dealers in Dry Goods, Grocer
ies, &c. corner of Factory and Second
et.
WM. GRAHAM & co, North east
corner of Sccond & Factory mt.
Deaiers in Dry Goode, Groceries,
Hardware:, Quensware &c &c.
HENRY ARLINGTON Grocer,
Factory at clot. from Second
street.
1111,10NTFREDY & McLEAN.
Ita Wholesale Sz retail Dealers in
Dry Good, Groceriee, Hardware rSze
7110LICKENSDEREEtt & co. Des.
in.Dry Goode Groceries, 84c.
Fiscrory Bt.
WOHN I. SMITH & co, Dealers in
tO Dry Gioode Hardware, Groceries
&c. Foctory et. north side.
j OHN BURRESS, Grocer, Fac
e' tory et. 4 doors weal from frout et.
,
AME-SIVALTON Grocer, North
eau corner of front and Factory et
WERTIG 1:16Rin, Grocetar
J122 Foctory el. eas.1 side of 'be Cana
Com MISION MiRCHANTS.
-
livt AlutkAti,tal Alco's Commis
V. &ion Storage Warehouse;
Front st. 3d door heloid Factory it.
LICKENSDERFER &co. Cori.
4;3 mission Merchants, Front hi
two doors null' from Factory at.
reRAUCHER & GRAHAM'S Corn
-111-Ornisasion Werehnirse, corner ot
Factory & Front et,
1 BILDT, jr, Commission Mer
cy chant, Front & Factory ed.
A bp A '0 okra age & Csroi
mission Warehouse, on Factor)
et. adjoining the Basin.
8 RICKETS. Cabinet Warerooms.
secowl notill Poviory ot.
11 HN MN. i, r relit et.
tr uppeeite the Bridge.
A. 1,11"1.1,E, Froot et.
cy. one door above Factory at.
v v BUttlitt, 'rektor Bac,
wor tory mt. n aide.
liatieerald RI. POlith from Maio to.
Gtr. (ItiA LIAM, Boot at tiot
Store, Factory at east vide of the
Carrai.
A HA VS' K. boo and time Inalier,
11141 Ms.. k et tit. one door east or Iht
Farmers Ino.
VERTU' & 'fOittiEY, Whole.
it: sale & Retail Boot ktilhoe Mono
facturero, Factory bi. catst of the Chlibi
MAtil IN, Boot bitoo makes
it. Factory et. wool from front at.
EB NIECithAo0iN, Boot
Sime maker beconct bi oho dam
Hardt from Faelory.
113 RICKSECK Ea. Clock & Watch.
limiter, Corner of Factory & front el
01 'MIMES WilLt:.:ON Hatter, sec.
fund st. west et&
W WARREN ettair maker,-
Mato swot airth or second M.
1 CLUANTRELL, Tin and bbeet
It Iron Manufactory,: Factory P
'ILA AKER AND HARLSOUGEI, Tin
ALlt and Sheet Iron MapUfectory Fac
tory at. south side
tiPOONEft Attorney at Law,
Front at. North of the Commer..
dal Ion.
LtdJUNE, Painter spa (slazir
second et. west side.
Ig
- - a
Wb. VV ALTON riough Rad
Waggon Manufactory, aecond
at. weed side.
FISSEL, Waggon acd fi7-firg
lin Manufactory eecond at. weal aide.
mcwerv, ackarn;tr, adjoaning
.M.tho Plougb factory.
WI B WALTON, Blecsmith
second et est side.
,
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Bt13.0 & SIM grlit-r
t , 4 1 --
!tiled in the House wijoining Eusi an-..---. W ivr; nv Intl a
AI EDICAL CONSUL'IATION...
of the Atnatt House, ,Xeso
Philadelphia, Ohio.l , f OFFICE, -' . . -,
ino CHATHAM STREET, NEW-YORK.
COPIP AD ogNorsort, OrDr. Evens' Office for Medical corisulta
D ESPECTFULLY informs the tit don and advice; 100 Chatham street, ft. Y.--
', izens af New Philadelphia, the'
mries on the above Business in ah
a various Wenches, and as he keeps palsiiolny. Buell mn md atziae
wig gainvrwefrs" Paerer"renitluiredniu. tic.
coeietry letters, which must minutely describe
lie case, and contain a remittance for advice and
, other than hie OWn manufacture, medicine, which can be forwarded to any part
No difficulty
1 who may favor 1iim with their eue
an tonfidently recommend hie work ofthe world, however distant.
can occur as she medicine will be eeisurely pack.
ed, aud tenors ofadvice carefully prowled from
., observation. , ,
,
' Winded in the House wijoining Ens.
of the Ataatt Amite, Xeso
Philadelphia, 0140.1-
cortrAD.dgmorson,
InESPECTFULLY informs the cit
izetis of New Philadelphia, that
't,t3 carries on the above Business in ell
, its venous bninches, and as be keeps
Hone other than his ()Yin manufacture,
he can tonfidently recommend hie work
to all who may favor him with their cos.
tom,
tarticular attention will le given to
tbe manufse ure of Gentlemen's
FINE BOOTS,
as this work will be done by one of the
beat i3ootmon in the country. ALSO
Ledies' Work by Measure.
A general assortment of BOOTS. &
SHOES (of his own make) constantly
on hand;
The Public are respedully invited to
give him a call before purchasing else
where; .
ew Philadelphia, Aug. 16,11.83
JOB PRINTING of all descriptions
dose at this OFFICE. t
se, PROSPETCUS OF THE
Ohio Democrat
thin and advice; 100 Ckatbam street, Iv. Y.-- GOODES9 ''.
.
Deily attendance is given rot personal 1st ' ' DM)
ation. Immediate answers are retudrn ri CELLIMATED FAIIALE PILLS; '' .
These Pills are strongly tettonimended.to the
lot case, end contain a remittance fov advice an .
nottatry letters, which must minutely esc be
edy in removing therm complaints peculiar to -
d notice of die Ladies as i safe and efficient rems
their sex. from want of Exercise, or general .
medicine, which can be forwarded to any part
etthoarowuor rasid,thehomweedvieeirnediwstititinbte ottleliedlyiffipcauclkty.
Debility of the System, Obstructions, Supple
Sinus and Irregularity ol die Menotti ; at the
saine.titné etrengtheiting, cleansing, and vying
ed, aud letters ofadviee carefully pawned from
observation. , ,
,
tone to the ettoniech and Bowels, and prediking
.
. 1 new and healthy action thioughout the eyek .,
ern generally,. They errata Appetite, correet .
CONSUMPTION, pouDipl, AND coop
' Indigestion,. remove Ciddiness sod Nervous.
Nervous diseases, liver romPleintiY8Penstat Headache, and ere eminently usellill in these
bilious diseases, piles; Oars, timid weakness, Flatulent Complaints Mitch diatress Females so
aild ell CALM!, ef bypothondriacisin,llowspirits, much at the Tette or Lim They obviate Cote
tivetiess, end counteract all Hysterical and Ner.
vpos ul psi t ast,ieoank onfost107 fibeuaorrt,a inbeurov,ositse mirri asittwilei tayk.nuoer;
vous Affections. likewise allord soothiq and
permaneut rellefin Enid Albus, or Whites, and
dinotkigirlyt,ionbod, loos; of temente, heart bu i. geceral
weakness. chlornsis or green in the meet eheteate cues or chlorosis, be
Creen Sickness,they incatiably restore the pal ..
sicica.knheesued,alletalestul,ehnicle,ulpiy, itsteearibeiacikfnaestntenj isgtilkitymstaerri.8
lid and delicacte female to health and vigour. . , .
Poi; I ishistainv eosgtaeinnieiditetolite paallnyciticioyenidn air; : ..
rheumatism, asthma, tio douloureux, cramp, ..
nrofiblaletroli
time to that most excruciating di d
spasebodic affectione, and those whd are vie,.
.---s"--,1.1 (kutt.. united States, and many mothers can likewiee
will fin,' relief from their sutfennge, a course co I testify to their eetraordinary efficacy, - To mars.
Dr. Evane medicine. ried limales, whose expectations of the tender. , .
paint, in the side, chest, limb, headstomach ; est pledges of connubial happiness have been ' -
or Welt, dinfflen, or confusion of sight, Id
-terna.te I defeated, these Pills may be truly esteemed it
flushes abed and chilliness, tretnors, WilICII blissful boon. They soon renovate. ail lbw ,N
ings. agitation. anxietY, bad drew's, ' nes
8. n'et i ional debility. find if taken, according to dim'
ngs, agitation. anxiety, tom ureatwe, .1'""". ional debility, find if taken, according to dorec.
tillutibeet anlluccells. I tions. obviate all morbid action. A medium Mud
nercurial and all delicate
11."111U 'LP elltUCTUt fully treated by Dr. Evans. safe and efficacious, will be found in ,
4, ,,
, . Dr. Goode's Celebrates Female Nisi - ' -
-- AND . . These Pills are of two kinds namely : No.tr:
.
, DOVER ADVERTISER. ,"
.. CERTIFICATES., or Laxative Pills, end No. 2, Restoratise Pills,. -,
Assured that, in adopting the measure, we are . TI,31' tiey. are for all the following diseases r 81.11) :
but meeting tho.obstous wants of the commun ; pression, Irregularity or Retention of the Mew.; , -.
ty, the sulislribers will offer to the approbation
1 lanErr, BLeulltitecan"Cumouutitlye,
I bell, Fluor Albite, Chlorosis or Green Sickness.,
ber of Congress. liteosnt. TAebnrilithesaimin:Imem. ,
- ... .....,. i Costiveness Gravel Incontinence or Urine.
the-re-urril and all deliCate alatlabea,
fully treated by Dr. Evans.
,. 2 arpu,leautm ber oruongreas.
aud support of their fellow citizens a weekl
newspaper to be published in the town of CanaYll ve 1 3d 1838. , Costiveness. Gravel, Incontinence of Mina,:
ASHINGTON ,
Nervous Affections Hysterics, Prolapses rteri,
Dover, Ohio; hearing the name of the "Ohio used Lime of your Dyspeptic medicine with in- or falling of the Vont!), and Piles. Thaws Pills
Sir Since I have been in this city, I have
Democrat and Dover Advertiser", Although
the limits of a Prospectus do not admit of este- fi ere also particularly adapted to the male as well
e elle l an se 8 I es the female sex,tor the cure of the lollowing
1 be a most valuable remedy. One ofmy cons
b ft d ti fact' on and beleve it to
ff nimaindmil I IgtirlytallE riteMadat C WM
eded expositions add minute details in regard to
this enterprise; somewhat of our principles and
purposes will be properly demanded by the
public, and lis far lid ie titting to the occasion,
vve proceed briefly to declare therm
The political columns of our paper will be
found, therefore, to espouse the doctrines of a
strict construction of the Federal Constitution,
will advocate the principles of the present Admi.
nistration, and will maintain the doctrines of the
Dena? Party in that political reform which has
beeu so repeatedly indieste.1 by die govern! sulf.
rage. As conductors of a public Journal wnose
object is the diffusion flight and knowledge,
our column' will be open to full and free discus
'ion on all matters that interest the Publics
We shall be equally, gratified if we may be
instrumental in refuting the opinions of those
who differ from us, or, if wrong oureelves, that
our errors be corrected. We earnestly desire to
estabhsh au INDEPKMDENT and Faze Prim, in
the liberal sense of the terms. Not so indepen
dent, as it may be above patronage and reckless
of opinion, not free am its conducters may publish
what they please and vcithhold what they
pleasbut so independent that it shall inculcate
trutii,and au free that it Audi be at,cessable to
the dials of all who horestly seek the entilign.
ened dints of the public inittildual the common
good of our comma conntry.
A ratilia of the paper will he devoted to
iti, pr oveini. t Agriculture, and the lovers of
Literaturo 4'1111 tifIVO spread befole them many
of ilia Ikon' interestilig selectioile. Together
with the most interesting .portions of Foreign
and Ulawbtle news, we will give a weekly re
port of um Market Prices, and desire to make
our paper profauble, to the whole community
through which it may circulate:
'Penns of Pubic:atom-1'11e "Democrat and
Advertisier" will be published weekly at $2,00
per annum, it' not paid within six MOntlit..
ifler the fast manber to Published, and $2,50
:a the end Mlle year.
HILL &
Dover Sep. 27.
W SPOON ER.
A 1"1' 0 R. N 11 A I' L A V &
SOLIDI l'OR IN ClIANCERY.
Duver, TWOCHrtiWila 011iO
Office wound dour tenth of the Commercial
inn, Front street.
Dover. Jul) 0.211d.181).
Pi 11)111 E S9
trOUSE, ,SIGN, RNA MENIAL PAM'.
TER C,GLAZ1ER.
MILD respectfully inform the cili
zees of Canal Dover aud
that lie has commenced the above bu
ijness inhnediately over MICHAEL 1.188EL'It
Waggon Shop, where las intends tto carry it on
in all its various Drenches. Ile also has con
'meted with the abovethe Paper tlangina
Nhich he promises shall not be surpassed)
tny. work shall be dune it: a stale and
manner that will show for its self.
Ile nisi) will attend tu work in the country
Canal Dover, Aug. 15, 1839. 3nio.
CO:ITE!f,T013 THE ClIALK!!
IIE subscriber wishing to enlarge Ids
groeeries,finds it:necessary to call
in those who are 'indebted to him either b3
Book, note, or otherwise, in order that lie rtill)
meet his ends. Ile regrets to be under this
necessity,but, circumstances urge him to it.
Those who cannot pwsibly pay the full amount
will confer a favor by settling part. yet, mon
ay he must have, and that on -or before'the 26111
of this nionth. So take notice. -
JAMES U. PATRICK.
N. R. He still tcoolnues to Sell at a ran)
much lower than can be had at any other place
in town at hisfitore, nest door to Mrs Albert's
Hotel. J. U. P.
Jaly )839.n6
TDE Board of Examiners. for the County
or Tuscarawas,vrill meet for the:examina
tion of those proposing to teach Common
Schools, in sant county, on Saturday the NINTH
day of November next, and on every succeeding
Friday during the months of November and
Deceinber next.
W SPOONER, on behalf the Board.
November 7, 1839.
cLOTII & WOOL !
n sm ITII 11 Co., Dover, will receive
69 Cloth to Dress dnd Wool to Card. for
the New Philadelphia Carding Machine
Tolling Mill, and returned to them on short
notice and in good order
J. BROWN & Co.
N ew Philadelphiadune 8. 1838.--If.
7-7:WHEAT! WHEAT!!
anbacribera will pay the highest mar
kt ket price for Wheat, at all times, deliver-
ed at their Storehouse in Dover.
J.!. SMITH & Co.
Dover August, 6, Ino-tr.
'Queue), Dr. A. Garden, cdtampbtil County,
Tennessee. wrote me to send him sone, which
I did, and he had employed it very successfully
in his practice, and says it is invaluable. Mr.
Johnson, your agent at this plate, thinks you
would probably like an agent in Tesnessee.
so, I would recommend Dr. A. Carden m a
proper person to officiate for the ale of your
celebrated medicine. Should you comniission
him, be is willing to act tbr you. You can send 1
the medicine by water to the care of Robert '
King & Sons, Knoxville county, Tennessee,
or by land to Graham & Houston Tazewell,
East Tenn. I have no doubt but if you had a
gents in several counties in East Tennessee, a
great deal of your medicine wonld be sold. I
am going to take some of it home with me for'
my own use, and that duty friends, and alionid
like to hear from you whether you would like
an.agent at Bluntville, Sullivan county East
Tenn. I can get some of the merchants to act
for you, es I live neat there.
ABRAHAM M'CLELLAN, of Tenn.
To Dr. Wm, Evans, WO Chatham di N. Y.
, ABRAHAM J. CBEM ER, tesiding. at 66
Mott street, New York, was afflicted with Dys
pepsia itt.its most aggravated form The syrup--
toms wore violet.t headattlie, great debility, to.
VetieNS, cough, hearthborn, pain in the
chest and stomach el wayb after eating, impaired
appetite, 'sensation of sinking at the stomach.
tiered tongue. nausea; with reatlessness. Meet
had continued Upwrads twelvemonth. when
on consulting DI. Evens, 100 Chatham
street, and submitting to his over NI iteeFfirill
agreeably mode of teeetinent, the patient Writ
completely restored to health M the 1111 On spore
or one month, and gratefill for the incaleulabb
benefit derived, gladly came toward and vol
unteered tho above tuatetnent.
Dr. W.11. EVANS' Mitt heal Office, 101
Chatham street, Mem York,
TIIE FOLLOWING CERTIFICA TE was
handed Ito tott by Mr. Van Schciek of Albany, a
;uglily reapectable member of the community,
lid Wiltiii0 veracity mann be doubted:
Mr. Septiveius Kendall, of the town of Wes.
lode, county of Albany, was for about 27
Imre trinigled with a nervous and bilious attee.
lion, which fiir 7 yeats rendered him unable to
attend to his business, and during the last three
ears of his illness wus confined to die house
ilis symptoms were dizziness, pain in the head
ind side, palpitation of the heart, went 4:frappe.
tite Ate. Alter expending zuriug hie confine.
aient, heady three hundred dollars Without ob.
tabling any petonment relief, he by accidenr
noticed an advertisement of Di. W. Evanst
Camomile and Aperient Pills and was conse,
fluently induced to make a mail of them. Alla.
A0112 them about a fortnight, he was able to
walk out; iti lour menthe he could atiend to
'dishiest; end considered his.disease entirely
removed. The above infiirmalion was given to
the subscriber by Mr. Kendall himself; thine
call, ducts ore he no deception.
STEPHEN,VAN 6611AICK.
.--.......-.
,
4113' Another very severs itt Inflammatory Neu.
nudism cured by Dr. Wm. Evans', Medicine. i
Mr. John A. Carroll, of the county of West
below.. town of Nordi Castle, Neu, York, had
oeen severely afflicted with inflammatory dant
;maim for, fourteen months with violent pains
, il his limbo, great heat, excessive dike, dry.
i
toss of skin, limbs much swollen, as not able
Nithout aseistatice to turn in bed fo six weeks.
,lad tried ;various reniedies to no e mt., Was
'rimed by &friend of his to pox re some o'
Or. W. Evan's' medicine of 100 Chathem street,
New York, which he immedintely sent fon and
after taking the firet:tdose foetid great relief;
and in continuing its use according to the direce
dens for ten days, was perfectly cured. Allow
me to refer' any person to him for die truth of
the above statement.
Dr. Wm. Evans' Medical Office 100 Cha
tham street, New York where the Doctor may
be consulted, and kis medicine, procured.
----....-,,,---
WOOL CARDING
AND
C 140 T IL DREBSIN G.
J. BROWN CO.
FFELINGthankful for past favors, 'would
inform the Farmers anti Wool Growers
of Tuscarawas county and the counties adjoin
ing, thatthey are now ready tà .
CARD WOOL
AND
DRESS CL TH
on short notice. -.Having al 6rst rate Driuble
Carding Machine and.the bat of Machinery for
lin
Dressing Cloth, together w th an experienced
and skillful 'workman, the tee! confident tri
saying that their customers ay rest augured or
having their work done in ie best manner.
The prices for Carding lit 6 1.4 cents per
pourt3, and the prices for Cloth Dressing shall
be reasonable. . .
All kinds of produce recieved inlayment for
work..sil work must be paid for before taken
from the shop. All kinds of Wood Turning
done on short notice. :'. -'' ' ,
New l'hiadetpina. May 3, ISM -1.. -4 .':'
.
ONEWIT.11
glopi;i-v.éij'-0.
diseases: Nervous Diseases Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia,Bilious Diseasesiand all cases of lip
pochoriciriacism, Low Spirits, Palpitation ditto
Heart, Nervous Irritability, Nervous Weaknees,
Indigestion, LOPS ofAppetite, Heartburn, Gen-
oral Debility, Soddy INeakiless. or Flatuleucy, ,
Headaches, Nightmare, Rheumatism, Asthma,
Tic Doulouieux, Cramp, Spasmodic Affections,
and those who are victims to that most ea.,. ,
(quieting disorder Gout; also, Pains in the,
Side, Chest, Limbs, Head, IStoniach or Sack,
Dimness Air Confusion ot Sight, Alternate flush. ,
es of Heut end Chilliness, Tremors. Watching,
Agitation Amity. bad Dreams end Spasms.
This Medicine is acknowledged to be one of
dm moat valuable ever discovered, BX a pi:trifler
of the blood and fluids. It is superior to Sar
saparilla, whether as a sudorific or alternative.
Directionsfor ttse...Tills Not I must be taken
from three to six, or more, at bed time, sta.
ChM to operate briskly, tril the desired object in
effected. Take No.2 according to the directions
as tin the boa. ,
In all cases, both kindo of the pills fire to be
used at the same time, in the following manner.
Take three pills or more ofNo. I, every night
on going to bed, inceessieg the nuniber, if they
do yet open the bowels i alsot take three of the
pills No. 2 half an hour before each meal, three
time daily.
Sold at 100 Chatham greet, N. 1..
And by one respectable person lu every town
in the Uti10111
-
AGENT S.
M. C. Younglow. Clewland.
A. Beebe Akron.
A: Undet hill) Massillon.
Dob er. '
,
J. Overholt N. Philadelphia.-
1171n order to protect the public against the
inposition of Counterfeit Me4inino Vendere,
hey have been entered according to Act of Con..
grass, and the right to prepare theni secured ;
therefore be sure in seeing !Hit the label on each
box expreses such entry, as all others ate Coon.
ter felts.
DIU HUNT'S
,
BOTANIC PILLS,
FOR THR CORK
FEVER AND AGUE,
C.ensumptions Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint,
Heartburn, Sourness or Acidity in the Stomach.
Tightness at the Chest, Loss of Appetite, Slat
Heed Ache, Pain in die Head, Back,' Limbs and
Side, Flatulency, Typhus slid Scarlet Fever,
Pond Sure Throat, Fowl and Ague, or Inter
mitting Fevers, Gout, Rheumatism. Lumbago,
Sciatica, Spamodic Affectione, and Tic Doti Imo.
rein, Convulsions ulthildren, Measles, Small
Pox. looping Cotigh, nickels, Teething.
Worms, l emote Obstructione, Chlutosis or
Green 'Sickness, and Rejections of Food, and
Costivenees, Colic, whether flatulent or Bilioue,
,, ,
ollow the
DIRECTIONS.
DoseTake from three to ten pinto, till they
operate, two or three times daily.
Poles 25 CENTS rer BOX.
Sold at 100 Chathani stieet, New-Yorkd
Ulielesale and Retail.
Where rpplicatious ibr Agencies. Medicines,
or Advertibitig, will meet with prompt anon
on.
WESTERN ARRIVAL -i ,
A T BOLIVA R.
T IlE sulaicribebr.weuldtatoipzetthyynplac:s . . ,
bel'ore the pm Ito the thlt int by op i
l''.
of a 411011(11d assormint of . j i
GOODS, -, - ,, ,
t , ,..--0,
which he has Just received rom the East-:,!.. ,
1, from the East, halspilt redeived dimet, , ,. ) ? 1
Staple and Fancy Goods, of choice ...,7 ,, I ,', , ,
select, . itorctece, le ,. -, ,-, , .,,', ..
I:
American, French and English Cal' tj the ..., , its,010'
Assorted Ribbons, and yankee Co ii ..'",r;-'! i ,A
Colored Cambricks, Tin and Wow 'ram '-,'', '','.. 4',,
Fickitigs, Thread lace and Piusburgs4 b r,b Fit,! , , i , ,.
t,,,,
Embroidered hose, plain and sitreripe,e; ty;:c.t,us'irehoet. tiall',1:: ,..,.,;, i-
Latches, Hinges; plain and Riney Griitle ill 471-7..-,7 L ,
1,adies' gloves, tin Pans & work'iiti i . - ' 'I
REdedginpgp,fdolnli,ncgitticigol;bdiiawckatered rile KeePs 'INV.!' - ' 's
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blue, 'i-rIlik WOrtiii'lle...eð ' ;
Bed Conti, coil Rope, and Handsa'their e1,4 eft. ,,, , ,:. ;
Orleans Sugar, Mohair Silk and Stidrti
ApnpircrIL rg (,.. , ,
Ladies' Bonnets, Iron Squares 41 r, '' ' ,, ,
dy sielplend4: :, , :?,,,;,: I
Italian Lusterine, col'd Floreivr
Victoria stripe, Canvass, GirlelVitors would bee - ,4 ,,, ;
Apron check, Handsaw Fil,,,r Tefroit aboul,110 4-4 .- '
Rice, Molasses and Gina BIQA the rill"- II, MO '. : 2'
Oils, Tobacco, Ginger, 41.,4,1.,: . , , ; .: i
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OvilrneuSt15tall'BI;r8airdlull iadYidIV:Py saffidialiNteued :lied; tr, hNfir-'1:1::'.
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