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I'or Conseasption; Dyspepsia, am& Li.
' er Complaint ..'
:7- Meader, -are -woo &limed with Indigestion,
, elCustirsoess, Sjor Eructations, Loss ot.Mppe..
Ado, Water gash Pain of Distress at the eh).
mnitch, Sickness afier Eating, languor, Pallid.
crime of the iktart, Lowness of bpirits,
the4Ilead. Breast, Deekoand Limbs, Dizeinom
and Confirsiims of Sight, a Fear of some 1m.
4. pending Eyii. kmtleseness, -a Dislike for Food,
',with other .Nervous Symptoms, bring before
!you the PictoreoftheDyspeptic, and Consomp
,tive patient. Slaving reselved to' remedy them
?procure immediately a boa of DR., IIUN1"8
4)ILLS, a never &ding and efficacious remedy
sit them dreaded foes of human happloces Dys
o popes', Gensomption and Liver Complaint,mnd
"-she whole 'trains of melanickoly affections nris.
oing tiom disease' film Stoituich, Liver, Bowels
4 I 4t,-ete 43 INN I Citleivu aimed, N.
v'CONSUIPTION, DISPEPSIA, :AND 1.1.
' ' VER COMPLIIINA dtc. ' '
As the enjoyment of health depends on pre,-verving
the MucilageA. the 8tontach, Lsver, In
-twines and Longs, in a healthy ,end vigorous
...tate, through-the operations ol which the body
receive its growth, in nub ition, lid litiPpOrt, it
SIV longer be astonishing Stilleben these vie...
ere derangediand eannot perform their pro- ,
-; 7,,gtet Ibuctions, the whole-orient sottefe end be-,
.,,,vetnee disoidasoit;-- Knowing this to be a sound
- , and demonstrated fact, in science -nnd experi. I
mice, Deepen Husils SYSTEM or Past-rice is in
itaithrul accordance with it," He-aims to keep
the Stomaeh, Lungs and the Liver, ia vigerous
healthy action, its the three great fountains
health aud For this.-purpese his pills
''r are compounded of herbs, which strengthen and
, -equalize theaetion of the heart, and give an im
- .i--puise or ;strength births arterial system, at the
' t,-semetime.quicken the action ofwilie absorbent
' and discharging vesse6 ; and as all the item.
wtione are drawn front the blood, any. morbid sc
. tion which way have taken plum is removed,
, -11-obstructinap-arevvercome, the blood is puri
god, -end the Leidy oessumes --a heathrul state..
- These pills give tone to the stomach, increase
, appetite, and eminently expel all acid or
,t-inorbid menet through the execretoty ducts in
. ' to the passage er lb.-. hewers. in ell caseeof
.--..r-Vonsumption, Indigestion or Dyspepsia, Bilious
'It &alone, -or tiver-Oomplaints, frleartbure,
Sourness or Aoidity in the Stomalh, Tightness.
,: the -Chest, Loss el. Appetite, -Sick Head At
.ihes Paitrin the'Headt-B sok, Limbs and Side,
- 7 Platilenci,'Vvollue.- and. Scarlet Parer, ?mild
'413or,e Throm,..Feser and Ague. Or Intermitting
...1.6,10111' Gout, Ilhournatiam,-Lumbago, Sciatica,.
-Spam:odic! Aireetions, and Tic Doloureux, Con:
'litlitil01111 or Children, Measles,Sinall Pox, Iloop
41tig Codgb,, Rickety, Teething, Worms, Fe-Awn.
Obstructions, Chlorositur Green Sick"
',sawn, and Rojectione of -Food, and Costiveness,
',Colic, whether flatulent or Bilious, follow the
from three to ten pills, till they
--optirete, twifor three inues'-duily. The use of
' nhe pills niubt be pereesermiin,till a mire is ..erk
, .r , ,
..,, . -- 1113TERESTINO ANDrAPPLICA fc
,. -, -, ' , -BIZ TO l'H li AFFLICTED .,:'
--,--' -:- ' -ti----e' . 'Dinka OP Vat itraNrAill, Olt Nitangli ' ''
; ,, '-' - '" :tilleh till DYSPEPSIA, either Clatouic or ciuma);
,t .: .,. - ,.,,--yonder the worst grintome ot restlessuess
7 . ' .,,i''7"LOWilltbAl of Spirits and General Emaciation;
. -,!, ,. --''. ' s'-ctieseerrent, 'whether of the Lungs or Liver,
,.,. ' ' . ,.-LI VI ft AFFECTIONS. JA UNDICE, both
,, - ',. ,, ,
,'-,.', ,, ,, 4tiliary and Spasmodiet Costiveness t-Worno
::.: ::,,,, , - ,, -of every variety; Alieutraittioni; whether A
,.. , , ' cilia or chrouic; together with GOUT;Scro
,,, .. ' ,,c la, Nine in the Ilead.',Oactr,!Litebs, and
-, ,.7 . :. ' 4.-filido, 'Pyrites Pavan', Sestr.gy FEVER,Pu
b , Irid Sore Throat, FEVER...mud, AGUE;
i. . ' ' - - Spasmodic Palpitation of dui Hutt and Ar
:,...' ' ' '' s ...Aerial, Nervoua Irriteaility, Nervous Weak
k . , .'..7 feemees,-Hysterice The Doulourees Cramps, fe
,t "' ,. , ' e..inaltelketructions, Heartburn, ' Headache
, I Cough, did' Common or humid, and the Dr)
,' - ' . . or the Wbeopilig; ASTHMA, Gruel- and
. :, VDropsyi! , , . ' : ,
4 . i , - The Blom! has hitherto been coOsidered b)
' . 4-npiricks and others as die great regulator et
' 11111 -human. system, at:detach is-dtektievotednesi
'-'i - ear the-adherenta tarthaterrooeung doctrine, that
,Atheroontent-altenteelves. with the simple pes
6.1 - :illusion of Milo fallecious opinion, without eti
-.. , .-- -quiring into the pnmary-sousces from whence
, 1, -, ,, Aldo; Health,and vigour emanate, and via rerva.
' --:. pain, sickness, dielsase end death. Not so win
-t..,;IVIINT isit Jae ostensive rosearch and
-,1.,.' ' ...practical. experience so eminently qualify liini
r far theprufession of which he has be-in one of
4 ,;the most usefial members. He contendse-mid a'
Amnion's ,ceilectionwill cowtrice any reason
, ir ' -.mg mind-of the correctimes or his viewethet
1 ,,.. -the etomach, liver eatithe associated organs are
the pninary and great regulators of health, and
-,that the blood in very many instances is totally
1 ,- disconnected with the first and suceeedinekta:
,...' ges of disease, end that inflame medicine reach'
Ass dm root of the diecase, the superficial anoy
, - sautteeolly prescribed. serve but as foils to cov
' , - or the-taupe-of deep-rooted -yelled Ms. Uri.
7 .4t , t tarthese convictions at the expence or yeari
c yo close application, 'the doctor IIIIS discovered
a medicine whose-searching powets are irres.1-,
1....,' .. tible, and in prescribing,itiswith olfirm con-.
-,' . 3 ...fiction ot its being a radical cure in tho varioui
'diseases already.enumerated, even if applied in
Th''''''.--,-.0s criticallues; lad he'does not-pretend
, aturaNgettcy.,altlionahTn.m onside
HUNT'S PILLS -."---...'
leatural:ageney,,altlicrugh Tr Gm positiv
Yvithin -the knowledge of hundreds, he
hared to show, that when. every abet
JilY remedy Lae failed, :- .
- IIUNT'S PILLS
bavernevier been known to kalifs elferting two
very gratifying resetka,,that of raising, from the
bed 'ef tidiness and thus orniply rewarling Dr.
'gloat tfor his long and anxious atudy to attain
'tporlintisan.in the HEALING ART.
that will perform whaVg ,pront
k benefactor, such DR. LIUN1"8
have proved 'tlternselves to be,
moccessfully triecliu nli partash
4tedicine se comrounded, ton
7rculation 'in the vesselel.
cleanses act itThegtao
'-oothand Lungs, gives
ld'aostnd by promot
NOt or intlam
), Wrens strength.
40 le (rook frmne,
'440 benie bone.
cenatitotion. -Dyspepoias bulb chenille sn'd re
cent, wider the worst symptoms, lownest of
spirits. oppressions after eating,. waterbrash
loss of appetite, general debility, end emacia
tion areeoon removed hy. tire um of the above
Piga. GUNSUMPPION, that' Insidious de
stroyer of the human family, and its attendee'
train of horrors, greenish and bloody spittle,
clammy, nigbt sweats, general emaciation, pros
tration of strength, all will be relieved by the
iimsly administration al Dr. Hunt's Pills, and,
if teken according to directiona, comPietoly re.
sooved, In Liver Coniplaint, Jaundice, both
biliary and spasmodic, their influence is truly
astonishing. In all cases of Hypochondriaciam
Low Spirits, Palpit,itions of the Heart, Nei voue
Nervous Weakness, Floor Album,
Seminal Weakness, Indigestion, Flatulency,
Heastburn,Bodily Weaknesselitorosis Ot Green
Sickness, Flatulent or Hysterical Tannings,
Histerics. Head Achei Sea blicknms, Nightmare
Gout, Itheematiam, Asthma, TIc Dolorens,
Spumodie Affectioni, Nausea, Vomiting, Pains
in the Side,timba, Head, Stomach or. Back,
Dimness or Confusion of Sight,' Noises in the
Inside, alternate Fleshings of Heat and Chilli
ness, Tremors, Watchings, Agitation, Anxiety,
Bad Dreams, Spasms, all may be conipUely re
, movedby the use of the above Pills,
These Pills may be taken with the most per.,
'feet safety. Their benificial inesence hat &tem
times revived front the bed of tickness, ihe pale
' lid. dejected, and emaciated victim tif disease,
and sent him forth again into the world, a hale
and active man. -
Sold at 100,Chathem Street, N. York.
1 "' DR ' WILLIAM EVANS'S
- SOOTHING SYRUP.
1 FOR CHILDREN TEETHING.
re .of ro an urseo.
-"Titepassagaiof the teeth through the gums
produces troublesomened dangerous symptoms.
It is kosown by mothers that there is gteat irrit
ation in the mouth aud gums during this pros
conk Therms swot', the secretion of the salt
tea ie inereaselthe child is seized with fiequen,
and sudden fits of -crying. watching, starting in
ts sleep, and vase's of peculiar parts; the child
isnrieks with extreme violence, and thrusts its
fingers into its mouth. If these precursarv eymp
toms are not speedily alleviated,spasmoaie con. '
vulsions uniVereally supervene, and loon cause
thestissolutien of the infant. If mothers who
have their little babes ifilieted with these die.
weeding eymptorns would apply Dr. William
Evans's Soothing Syrup. which has preserved
hundred', of infants when thought past recove
ry,'from Wag suddenly attacked with that fa
tal malady convulsions.
This infallible remedy has preserved lune.
dreds When thought past recovery, from eon
vulsiouir. As soon as the S)rup is rubbed on
the gums, the child will reeover. Thii prepai.
ation is eo innocent, so efili acious, and eo plea-
pant. that no child will refuse to let its gums be
rubbed with-it. When infants are at the age qf
four months,- though there is no appearance o
teeth, one bottle of the syrup shoidd be uded on
the gime to open the pores. Parents isheuld ne
ver be without the sytup in die nursery where
theri are young children. for if a child wakes
in the night with pain in the gems. the Syrup
immediately gives ease,' by opening the pores
end heals the guneetlisreby preventing Domed.
cont. Fevers, titer,
ArrEntered according to Act of Congress. He
particular that the lublo On tile box capreeses
such.- The genuine 111 vended b,y Agents only.
'Agent , Dover.
Itril seem case el Mee cured al100 Chatham
street. Mr. Daniel Spinning- of 'Shrewsbury,
Edeu Town. Naw ;lamp wee severely aftlic
ted with Piles' for inure than 9,0 years. Had
fecounie:to medicines or almost every descrip
tion, also the edvice of several eminent
eitine, 'Nit never found the slightest ro1let from
any. source whatsoeve: he callud on -Di.
Evens, of 100 Chatham street, New York , aud
procured str.i, -,.edicine front him, from which
-he found -in, .relief. and subsequently a
Extract of a letter ofJOrititi Snyder, Post Ws.
tor; Kerusville, Pa , to Dr. William Evans. ,
ong several-rtuies, the following is found :
,tis elite. ly latijq who had been 25 years so afi
dieted vigil nerveusnydochondria, debility, iSte.
iliat for the last 3 years see constantly received
medical aid .froni a respectable physician; but
the pressine and paiu on her ,hettrt and breast,
ind especially- with weakness in her head end
in her mind, keeping her tliscouraged to uuder
Wu) any thing. -1n May she commeneed using
Dr. W.. Evans' niedieines aceording to the
rodinns accorepailying-them. ..A.reaiJion took
;dace; the pato and pressure in- her body was
reniov 01(1; her mind ttecame clenr and strong; her
4pirits perfectly good, and up to this time it is
in all regimens restored to. health, which Ibt
last ten years has not enjoyed.
4 ' JONAS SNYDER.
Sepreilber 7, 1b38.. ,
fr7Antither reeenrie5tól,Vieuvrivellefi virtu
of Dr. Wm. Evans' Al edicint.ft-LYSPITSIA,
'VEN YEARS STA INDING.--Mrd'.1. IVIrKene
zie, '176 Stanton street, wm afflicted with the
above complaint for ttm yeare, tt,hich-incapaela.
ed ni at intervals, for the period ash' years,'
n attending to his business, restored to perfect
ealth tinder-the ealutary ueatnient ()CPI.. Win.
'The mimplutns wera.A sense of disteosioo
and oppresbion alter eating, distressing pain in
the pit of the 'ettimach,rnauseniimpared appe
tite, giddiness, palpitation of the4reart, greet
debility and emaciation,. depression of spirits,
disturbed rest, errmetimes a bilious vomiting,
and pain in the rigbt side, an extreme tiegree of
languor and faintness; any endeavour to pursue
his businese causing immediate exhauston end
weariness. , , , ,
Mr. McKim a is &HY attending Whig buil.
nese, and none ot the above oymptoing have re
' lured since be used the medicine. He is now
a strong end lietettiv num.. He resorted to my
riede ot-remedies, but they vvere all ineffectual:
He ib wilting to give tiny information to the et.
flitted reepeeting the fnestintable benefit-render-.
ed to him by the use ot Dr liVni:Evaus' med
icine. The above Medicine-can le procured of all
Dr.-Win. Evans' a vertised-asents in the United
'States, -and -throughout the :World.
117 Dr. Evene, in -order to ,prevent Abe pats
rone of his Itlerlicities being imposed upon by
counterfeits, lies lied the 'labels fall his miedi
eine entered according to act ofeongrese.
requests them therefore, to be particular in Sees
lug that the labels contain tbe following notice :
nese, and none ot the abo-ve symptIlis have -1;e MOOT & SHOE STORE
stirred since be used the medicine. Ile is now
s strong End liettitliv Wilk Ile resorted to mv
of the Market House, New
Situated in the House wijoining East
rinds ol,remodies, but they vvere all ineffectual: .
He ib willing to give tiny information to the al. Thiladelphi, Ohio.' 1
flitted respecting UM inestimable benefit-render-. 1001111 ADMENTSCII,
ed to him by the use ot Dr. "Wm:Evans' med
icine. RESPECTFULLY informs the cid
izene of New- Philadelphia, that
The above Medicine-can le procured of all
Dr.-Win. FARM' a vertised-e.ents in the Untied he carries on the above Business in all
States, -and Ahrosighout the :World. ol its various branches, and ae he teepe
117 Dr. Evens, in -order to.,prevent Abe pat,.
rube aids Itlerlicines being imposed upon by noneother than hie owu manufacture,
terfeits, 'has lind the 'labels fall his nab end his work
coun he can confidently recomin
cinee entered according to act Mower's. Ile to all who may favor him with their cue.
requests them therefore, to be particular in Sew. tom.
ing that the labels contain the following notice :
41Entered according to act of Congress. hp Ir. Particular .attentinn will be given to
tbe manufac ure of Gentlemen's
Evans, in the,yeae 1839, in the Clerk's Ohre of -
the &Adam District Court of Natl.:York."
I ' AGENTS. FINE BOOTS,
as this work will be done by one of the
11..C.Toonglow. . Clevelamt ' best -Boatmen in the country. ALSO,
.r 3. A. Beebe. --. - ' .. !Akron. , Ladies' Work by Measure.
A Tl A --
" "7 171""'" A. Underhill.
ile or Whim .
Dover. A general aesortment of BOOTS Szl
rem strength. ;I. Overhölt. N. Philadelpeia SHOES (of his own filitit.e) constantly
&ask frmne, ,
- i Oland.
mritici,ufg, WOICELIf AND LEONARD continue i
The Politic ere respectfully invited to
vnatia, ?my their practice m Attorney's, and may at give hitt. 8 call belitre purchasing else
hist. k.. I All times he ematmlted At th..;. 'An.. N.... 1,1.1i i ...k--
--7 .- 'a "'"I " r .
I butx4b4ho all times be consulted at their taco, New Phil. where.
'1,,tin in delphitt, in tho east end Of the two story frame N w Philaaelphia, Aug. 16,',183
-1 bort bui ding on high street, assay opposite the il.
-6c1G1 fief) of the Tuscarawas Demoorat. , JOU PRINTING of all descriptions
'tin-.4b4 in 1 delphis, in the east end Of the two story frame N w Phi lailetuhia, Aug. 16,',I83
-1 burr! bui ding on high street, Jowly opposite the if.
-6caGifice of the Tusearawas Demoorat. .. , JOU PRINTING of all .d.e..s..e:ripti
, Ni,'A May 30, I839. , --11:! done at thidpETICE.
., . .. ,
Semi-weekly, o ' 1 00,
ifti-foetkly, P . ,, 2 00.'
Dully, t . 3 00.
All paymatits must be in dvance or
reference to a mernbir of the' lAgists
woe. 8. & M. 11. :MiLDARY.
Co !minim. 1839. .
FA RHONA BLE TA LORING.
OSEI'll W. INEWBURGH,, would' re.
spectfully intorm his old trientle and
the ouolic in general, that he carries en
the above business in all its various
Wenches. one door-East (41 South's
Store, where he may at all times be
fonnd to altelid to-all,work intrusted to
him. lie flatters himself it will be
done as durable, neat andfashionaillc,
as it can be done in the country, as he
intends at all times to keep 'in his ern.
ploy good competent -workman, and his
means to receive theFashions isainply
provided for. ,
, To accommodate his friends in thr
country, he will take neatly all kinds oi
B. One or two apprentices wan.
ted immediately to learn the Tailottrig
business. -Boysbetwcen ihe age or lb
and 16, -would ire preferred. They must
be of,good character, as recommends..
tions of industry, honesty, turd lobriss
-Canal Dover. Aug. 15. 1839. tr.
Dover Sep. 27.
THE 01110 STATESMAN. . t ., T 1
' 'A 3 1311VARSLII - ' ' '
SESSION PAPER. ,'
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According to custom,- we igain pre- '4 - . 4 anti --
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gentle the people of Ohio our proepecs ;T'r v
tee fer a .paperduring the session of the WE LER .G001)S
Legislature. Many persona who do --' a . - - ' ' - '
not find it -convenieut to tubscribi fur a . UST received from the Eastern cities, a
large end splendid assortment of FALL
paper printed et this place for a whole
AM) WINTER GOODS consisting' of
year,tio so during the sitting of the Leg
islature, being desirous of seeing shat de Lane, Palmed Muslin, and Lawns I Linen '
French. English, and Vittorio Prints ; Muslin
is done by thous in hoes keeping they andCotten Drilliugs; Blue, Black ,and Mixed
have entruited the affairs of the State.
To accommodate this just desire in the ors and qualities; Bed Ticking. Bteached and
Gteths ; Cassimeres, awl liattinetts of all col.
Unbleached Mustiest Also, a fiLti lot of Hair
people to be thoroughly acquainted with and Fur ca
every thing pertainiary to their happi- . J..I. SMITH -&-Co. '
!Mee and welfare, welbave in this pies. N B. All kinds of produce taken in ex-
pectus extended facilities and fittore J. I. S. & Co.
change for Goods.CASH paid for Wheat. :
beyond what has been customary. -
shall issue during the envie a weekly
We Tani Do. ver, Sept. '19, IS39. Bit, , ,
paper (free of advertieements,)atfiifty -, - PROSPROTITS ,
cents-8 semi-weekly at one dollara ,fF TI'll SESSION BULLETIN.
tri.weekly at Iwo dollars, and a AleilY The Butletinwill be iuued twice a week dm
at three &Mare. Bribirarrengement rlIng the session of the General Assembly, at
we will be able to accoinmodate every t e rate of $1.00 in advsnceA full andam
ple report of the proceedings of the two Hoes
portion of the State by ail the mails, Nes will be givenIntelligent and faithful Ree
and we hope our friends:will not be re- porters will be employed for I I
us purpose, and
every effort of the Editor will be used to furnish
misP in availing themselves of thebe
Meant; of information. It ifi' Gii ityper. the earjest possible intelligence to .those who
tyke an mterest in the .proceedings of the Leg
tent that every freeman should be fully talature. ,
acquainted with every question touch- Having had hitherto, considerable -experience
tng the welfare of the State and notion. in the publication of a paper, and tiereporting
lite doings film General Assembly. the .Editor
The approaching tessien of the wit endeavor to be outdone b none alas ,co
Ohio Legislature will be a moat impel... temporaries in the prointness,Y.correetness, .ond
tent one, No. previous One hoe ever 1 Bidelity of this important branch of Legislitive
had the same numtter- of delicate and I infermei II
on; '-'..ose who were the patrons of
our first Bulletin, and subsequently, of the Co
exciting 'questions to meet and act:upon i Imbue Sentinel, while we- were the Editor,
questions ti hich cannot be avoided, never had cause to complain; but aLprofessed
nor disposed of in a moment. A mong to be well pl ease& and niches may again favor
us with their names and pitronage.!, may rest
these ere . our Internal improvements,
assured that nothing in this particular, .aliall Ire
and the expendituree under them. The twatanting mit our part to fillfil thsir just wen.
condition of our Banks, and the blink- ions and wishes. May the Editor appeal to
ing bystetn under the second euspen- -doe hbertility arid kindness ,tif his friends and
awn. l'he apportioement of the Suite the public for a share of their support end Tat
101110, and will Postinasters and others, into
into Senator ial and Repiesentative ...twol.museT, 1111141i d,sidiuliraia.ywfaillichoobwliggienly stoxtesnudb.it
districte, and a more just and equita.
bit taxation bya re-valuation of prop. scribe? To such we will feet grealtly indebt
erty will be discussed. All theseques. ed, and for any trouble they miey thereby incur
lions have been confided, bv the over- sat.actority reward them
N A. BRYAN.
wswill amply and iRf a
whelming voice of intelligent freemen to ' ' ' '.1(1
the care and keeping of the democratic PROSPETCUS OF TIM .
party.and it is.important tht that.par
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We-shall -also give ench eketches of Assured that, in adopting-the measure, we are
the doings of Congrese as we conceive but meeting the ObVintid Want of the communi
ty, the subssribers will offer to the approbation
of immediate interest to the State, by
and support of their fellow citizens a weekly
the earhest aid .of correepondents. newapaper0 be published in the town of Canal
'By the aid ofa daily and tui-seekly Dover, Ohio, bearing the name :ef the "Ohio
paper, we shall be able to throw out the Dentocrat and Dover Advertiser", Although
the-lintits of a Prospectus do not admit, efexte
earliest easitern nfawe, foreign and dos
mestic, which We Lope will not be over posidons and minute details in regard to
gravezeteerpwriisiti, ismompere,e'pheartIverdoeuerlr!irecdiplir are
looked by those deviling such infoi..
to 1.11, P7ub.erifines: of
tnation, and with Ilte aid of a power.- public, and as far as lifftiing to the occaYsien,
press, on a new and improved inodel,wa we proceed briefly to declare them
expect to add greatly to the facility The political columns of our paper will be
4:14 found, thecelbre; to espouse the doctrines of a
preparing our papers for the mailit,wiih atria construction Ofthe -Federal Constitution,
out the' loetpeven of an hour. 'We oak will advocate the principles ofthe present Admi.
only such euppiitt as corresponds with oistranon, and will mnintain the doctrines of the
011r exertions to-make our. paper Useful Denny Party in that political reform which has
-been so tepottrdly indicated by the general outil
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. iIi. e seas' ion raper. ' .' liket is the diffusion of light and knowledge,
eGi'Personp receiving this paper will mu columns Will be open to lion and free discus.
conbider themeeliee agentsand:for .
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five subscribere one gratis will be seat. -We shall beequally, gratified if we !nay be
instrumental in refuting the copinions of those
Weekly.Ohio Statesmen, ' $0 50. who differ from us, or, if .vrong ourselves, that
Semi-weekly, ' , 1 00, our errors be corrected. -We earnestly desire to
UST received from the Eastern cities, a.'
large gird splendid astoronerit of FALL
ANT) WINTER GOODS, consisting' of
French. English, and Vittorio Prints; Muslin
de Lane, Palmed Muslin, and Lawns I Linen
and Cotten Drillings; Blue, Black ,anJ Mixed
Ochs; Cassimeres, and liattinetts of all col.-
ors and quatiries; Bed Ticking. 13flatbed and
Unbleached Muslin,: Also, fiLe lot of Bair
and Fur Gaps.... , ,
J. SMITH At-Co.
N. B. All kinds a produce taken in es-'
change fur Goojs.CASII paid for Wheat.'
J. S. dr, Co. '
-Cana Dover, Sept. 19,11339. Ste , ,
- , PROSPRCTUS ,
,OF SESSION BULLETIN.
The Botletinwill be iuued twice a week du.
ring the session of the General Assembly, at
the rate of S140 in advanceA full andam
ple report of the proceedings ditto two Hoes
sea will be givenIntelligent and faithful Re.
porters will be employed for this purpose, and
every effort ot the Editor will be used to furnish ,
the earjest possible intelligence to those who
take an interest in the .proceedings of the Leg- i
Having had hitherto, considerable experience
in the publication of a paper, and lir reporting
the doings film General Assemblv, the Editor
wilt endeavor to be outdone by none of his ,co
temporaries in the prointness,correetness, .and
fiidelity of this important branch of Legislative
information; Those who were the patrons of
our first Bulletin, and subsequently, of the Co..
lumbus Sentinel, while we- were the Editor,
never bad cause to complain; but aLprofesset:
to be well please& and niches may again favor
us with their names and pitronage.: may rest
assured that nothing in thie parilcular, lthall
wanting on our part to their just opens
lotions and wishes. May the Editor appeal to
the liberality and kindness ,of his friends quid
the public for a share of thew support and .pat
10118g0, and will Postmasters and others, into
whose hands this may fell, obligingly extend it
to such individuals as will, he swilling to sub..
scribe? To such we will fuel greatly indebt
ed, and for any trouble they xney thereby incur
wmwill amply and satisfactorily rewtud them. ,
- . 'JOHN A. BRYAN.
V V II1A N SPOONER
ATTORNEY AT EA &
hOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,
Canal Dover, Tusearawas Countý, Ohio.
Office second door north of the Conariorcia1
;Dover. Jolyfaid. 1E29.
,UOUSE, oRIVAIREA,741, PAM
IRSTOULD roniectfully inform the eiti
zoom of Canal Myer and Niciiiity,
that hellos conimetwed the above bm
sinew' immediately over MICHAEL FISSEL'S
Waggon Shop, where he intends to carry it on
1111 its various eranchcs. Ile also has con
nected with the abovethe Paper Hanging
which he preniihes shall net be surpassed by
any. His work MUM be done in a stile and
manner that will show for its sell.
lie al's will attend to work isi the cotmiry
Canal Dover, Aug. 15, 1829. Snio.
attune vo at nab.
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DR. WM. EV ILTIP -...-.,- ': tile le ,lat -
I h , .
XEDICAL, t ViVitriaTION .. )-- - - - -
OF CE, . . , Improvelnets. ' -'1
100 CHATHAM ST EET, NEW.YORK. . , 4 0, .
. . - . v.
' - ,
ll:TDr. Evans' Office for Medical manila- . - . - - '
tion and advice, 100 C alba street, N. Y.-- - r Bne
., CELEBRATLD FEMALE. PIUS. .. ;-:,
0 ti'OODUAS9-. , i'
: These Pills aro strongly recommended tki the t
Daily attendance it gi u for personal consul.
eadoyt.cieuteiretioneovi.ailiguiesthoseas aesaumiliwaisinidtatitlipottrieuntliacrtunte- ,,,, ..,.
tatiou. -Immediate an wets are -returned to
country letters, which ust minutely describe ; e k 1 A
their sex. diem NOM of Exercise, or general ..' '
thy rase, and contain a. nittanos for advice and
medicine, which con I forwarded tu any part
Debility uf the System, Obstructions, Supper.
ions, and. Irregularity of the Manse 1 at the
alba world, however Wain. . No difficulty
can orouras the median will be aecurely pack.
ed. and letters of advice refullyirotated.frum ,,,,,,,, tit" trent!, t ,, d ,-- . ;
observation. - ? , ' ' time to the Stoma:72B' or ateatinis I, rale'dapnrodguilli: It '' n
lint generally. They croate Appetite correct .
neW and healthy action throughout ilia sys" t
CONSUMPTION,. (COLIGHS, AND COLDS-, indigestion remove Ciddinass and INecepus 1
,Nervotta diseases, liveilcomplaint. dysPepsia, Headache, and ara eminently, iniollill in those. t'
bilious diseases, piles, elders, lemale weaknesa, Flatulent Complaints whieh distress Females so - .
and all census of hypoc ndriacism, lowspirits, mach at the 'I iota or Lira. :They sbviats Coss ..
palpitation of die heart, ervous irritability, nor- tivsness, and countered all Hysterical and Nor- . i,
vous weakness, fluor a us, semiudi weakness, vous Affections. likewise afford soothit.g and .
indigestion, loss of rye to, heart burn. gacoral permanent relief in Fluor Albus, or Whites, and .
debility, b-odily weakn g. chlorosis or green in the most obstinate eases of Chloral', or ts.
airiknesii,31atulonoy, lir tied fainting. hysters. Green Sickneas,they invariably restore the pals ..-v
jot. headaches, hiccup, riicknoss, night mare lid anti delicate female to health end vigour. '
rheumatism, asthma, dm douloureux, cramp, These Pills have gained thesanction and ap
spastnodic affections, und those who are vio. probation of theanosteminent Physielans in tha .
tima to that most escruoiatiLOdisorder, Vold, United Statea, and many mothers can likewise
avillifmilkiribef from their sullitings, a COMO of testify to their extraordinary efficacy. To mar. .4 ri- ,,.,
Dr. Evans' medicine. i . . , - ried fetnales, whose expectations oddly tender..
Pains in die side, .dliest,lirah,. head. stomach est pledgee of connubial lutppineu bays been ..- '.' :
,or back, .dininesa ot3onfusionmf sight, alternate defeated, these rifle-may be . truly esteemed a -, .
fitadiesof heat and chilliness, tremors, watch- blissful boos. They soon rinovate all limos , ..t1
ings, -agitation. anxiety, bad dreairs,! amnia, ional debility, and if taken, actording to diraos ., ,
mercurial and all delicate diseases, ere success. done. obviate all morbid action; A medium thus , - i
'fully ;treated ty Dr. Evans. safe and efficacious; will ba found in - - ' .
... . Dr. Goode's Celobrarciacmate Pills-. ;
, ,.......-- . ,
. . . ' These Pills are of two kinds namely :Ikithl, ....4:1,1
- CERTIFICATES. or Laxative Pills, end No. 2, Restorative Pills. : 'él
p7rlei etzi ottesr o, florrreagl ul
lilt' lei ty for11611we ti onngittido in nog; est hal 1:3I ag IP; '11';- ' 'r
. :1171.e..t.ter fro.m the lion. .A..braliatn M'Clel
100 CHATHAM STII
27Dr. Evans' Odic
tion and advice. 100 C
Daily attundance it giv
union. immediate an
country letters. which
the case, and contain set
medicine, which can lie
oftha world, however
can urcuraa the medicin
ed. and letters of advice 1
... . - .
our first Bulletin, and subsequently, of the Coe ERTIFICATES.
pression, Irregularity or Retention of the Mans ,;
I They. are for all the followingediseases : Sups ,e- ,
lumbria Sentinel, while we- wore the Editor, :1171.etter from the lion. Abrahatn M'Clel ,
never bad cause to complain; but 01,professet: Ian, Sullivan County, East Tennessee, Mem. Bes, Fluor Album, Chlorosis or Green Sickness. ,
to be well please& and niches may again favor ber of Congress. I Costivenees. Gravel, Incontinence of Urine, ' :
us with their mimes and pitronage.: may rest WASHINGTON, July 3.d, 1838. Nervoua Affections, Hytteries, Prolapses Uteri:
or falling of the Womb, and Piles. These Pills '-
assured that nothing in this particular, shall he . Sir-- Since. have been iii tins city, 1 have
wanting .09 our part to tillfil their just opens used same ofyour Dyspeptic medicine with ill- I ate also particularly adapted ti the male es wet, ..
ao the female NIX, for the cure 'of the foliewing
lotions and wishes. May the Editor appeal to ,finite benefit and satisfaction, and believe it to
diseases: Nervoue Diseases Liver Complaint,
the hberitlity arid kindness ..of his friends ond be a afloat valuable remedy.. One of nip cons
the public for a share of their support and Tat- affluents, Dr. A. Garden, ofCaumbell county, Dyapepsia,Bilious Diseases,and all cases ol'Hys ;
ionage, and will Postmasters and others, into Tennessee, wrote me to send hirn some. which eochendriacism; Low Spirits, Palpitation of the
Nervous Irritabihty, Nervous Weakness,
whose hands this may fell, obligingly extend it I did, and he had employed it very successfully heart;
Indigestion, Loss ofAppetite, Heartburn, Gen
to such initividuels as wilehe swilling to subs inbis practioe, and saysit is invaluable, Mr.
oral Debility, Bodily Weaknese, or Flatulency,
scribe? To such we will fiat greatly indebt- Johnson, your agent at this piaci?, thinks you
Headaches, Nightmare, Rheumatism, Asthma,
ed, and for any trouble they snsy tbesette incur would prebably like an agent in Tennessee. If
Tic Doulouteux, Cretnp, Spasmodic Affections, .
wewill amply and satisfactorily reward them. e(), I would recommend Dr. A. Garden as a
- . 'JOHN A. BRYAN. and those who are victims to that most els
proper person .to.officiate for the sale of your
erceiating disoider Geld; also, Pains in the ;
.! celebrated medicine. Should you commission
Side, Cheat, Limbs, Head, Stomach or Back,
PROSPETCVS OF TIM . him, he is willing to set for you. You can send
Dimnees or Confusion of Sight. Alternate flualis
the medicine by water to the care of Robert
, es of Heat and Chillinees, 7'remors. Watchings
. -I King & Sons, Knoxville county, Tennessee
'01110 Bentalartit or by land toGraham & Houston Tazewell, Agitation Anxeity, bad Dreams end Spasms. s, -",i:
,. East Tenn. I have no doubt but if you had a
- , " ' ,AND -, 7his Medicine is acknowledged to be one of --',.
the moat valuable ever discovered, as a purifier
. ggerenatts in amoral counties in East Tennessee, a
of the blood and fluids. It is superior to Sat
DOVER ADVERTISER. .deal of your medicine wonid be sold. 1
entwine, whether as a sudorific or alternative. .
Directionsfor vse.Pille No. 1 must be taken
'Assured. that, in adopting-the measure, Vte are am going to take some of it hwate with me for
from three to six! or more, at bed time, suffi...
but meeting the obvitma Willa of the comment my own use, and that of my friends, and should ,
cient to operate briskly, till the desired object is
ty, the subssribers will offer to the approbation like to hoar from you whether you would like
effected. Take NO.2 according to the directions
and support of their fellow citizens a weekly aii,'sgent at Bluntville, Sullivan 'county East
newspaper be published in the town of Canal Teen. I can get some of the merchants to act
Dover, Ohio, bearing the name :of the "Ohio for you, as 1 livenear there. . as ckn the box. . e .. - . .
- In all cases, both kinds of the pills, are to he
Democrat and Dover Advertiser", Although ABRAHAM fil'CLELLAN, of Tenn.
the-limits of a Prospectus do not admit ofextes To Dr. Wm. Evans, 100 Chatham at. N. Y.
used at the same time, in the fidlowing manner.
nded expositions end minute details in regard to , . ' .
en going to bed, incresaing the number,
...Take three pine or more of No. 1, every night
thia enterprise, somewhat of our principles and , -
purpnees will be properly demanded by the ABRAHAM ,I. ,CREMER, residing at 66
ps pills No. 2 half an hour before each meal, three
, - ,, a do not open the bowels; also, take three of the
public, and as far as iii'fitting to the occasion, Mott street, New Yolk, WWI afflicteu with vy -
we proceed briefly to declare them. pepsia Wm most aggravated form. The sym ,
The political columns of our paper will be toms were violer.t headache, great debility, fe.
Sold at 100 Chatham street. N. Y.
found, therelbre; to eepouse the doctrines of a ver, costiveness, cough, heartliburn, pain in the
strict construction dam -Federal Constitution, cheat and stomach always eller eatingrimpaired timed daily.
And by one respectable pigeon iu every toe a
will advocate the principles ofshe present Admi. appetite, sensation of sinking at the stomach,
oistration. and will mnintain the doctrines of the furred tongue. nausea; with restlessnesa. These , .,, . . ts A G E N T P.
Delete Party in that political reform which hes had cuutinued upwrads of twelvemonth, when AL 0., yom4low. - clesetand.' , . ,.
in the Union.
.been so repeatedly indicated by the general Buff. on consulting. Dr. Win. Evans, 100 Chatham
J. 4., Beebe , : .' - Ak .'... .''''',:.. '..:'
-rage. As conductors of a public Journal-wnose street, and submitting to hie over successful and . - A: Undethilli; Massillon. .
,object is the diffusion of light and knowledge, agreeable meteor taeatment, the patient was
iiila.delphis. ''': ...'''
our columns Will be open to II and free deices. complete-1y restored to health in the short ammo
J. Overhott , ''. ein.eveirt
tier on all matters tiurt interest the Publics . of one month, and grateful for the incalculable .
U-In order to -otect the ublie aninst the ' -,
hey have been entered according to Act deem -,.
AVe shall be.equally, gratified if we may be benefit derived, gladly came forward and vets . . p p ':
instrumental in refutitig the epinions of those unteered the above statement. , ., mposition of Counterfeit Medicine Vendete,'.,., ,
who differ from us, or, if orong ourseivesohat Dr. Wite EVANS' Medical Office, 100
our errors be corrected. -We earnestly desire to Chatham street, Mow York. . gross, and the right to prepare these secured ; .
. establish an Irreverenuerie and FliER PRESS, ill .... . - , therefore be sure In seeing thnt the label on each
tbe liberal sense dam terms. Not so indepen- box expreses such entry, as all others are nouns
'AP 01101111..A.1::::::197 ,t4,,,,,,.
dent, as it may be above patronage and reckless
THE 'FOLLOWING CERTIF1CA TF
dopinion, not free as its conducters may publieli
handed to us by Mr. Van Sells. ick, of Alba.nyw,asa ..
what they please and withhold what they .
eighty respectable member el the community,
pleasbut so independent that it elmll inculcate DR. II Uhl" 8 ,
nd whose veraeity cannot be doubted: -
truth,end so free dud it shall be ascestahle to
Mr. ttepteenus Kendall, of the town of Wes- . .
the efforts dal' who horestly seek the enlitigts - s, vs
ened efforts of the public mind,and the common terloo, county of Albany, was for about '4 roe THIC CVAllt UP .
years trougled with a nervous and !oboes taco
, good ofein-common.corintry. FEVER AND AGUE ' '
lion, which for 7 yenis rendered him unable to ,..,
1 A portion of the.paper will be devoted to the
attend to his business and during the last three consumption, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint,
. Heartburn, Sourness or Acidity in the Stomach,
iiiprowenent of Agrieulture, and the lovers of
years of his illness wtaa confined to the house
Tightness at the Chest, Loss of Appetite, Sit.A
Literature shall have spread before them many
His By nalitems were dizzinesa, pain in the head
Dead Ache, Patti in the Head, Bate, Cu b e I '
of the n,ost, intertwine selectinne. Together
p and side, Palpitation of the heart, webt derive. it se t
with doe most interesting eortions of Foreign
btu &c. Atter expending curing his confine. Side, Flatulency, 1yphus abd Scarlet FeNker, ,
, and Domestic news, we will give a weekly res
ment nearly three hundred dollars witiont o i
i 1 Putrid Sore Throat, Poem and Ague or beer. '
, port of ,i.e Market Priees, arid tlesire to make ,,.:.,in1,, any
permanent relief, he by accidem mating Fevers, Gout, itheumatism, 'Curitiba'',
our paper profitable, to the whole community '""
noticeed an -advertisement of Di. W. EVillIbl Sciatica, Spainelk Affectitins, and Tic Detileus .
through which it may dwelling
Camomile and Aperient Pills and was cense. roux, Convulsions of Children, 11Ieaslea ,I Small .
1 Terms of Pubkation.The "Demecrat and
I 11 d t k a t 1 I l' h ii Alle Pox. Heaping Cough,. Rickets, 'teething'
1 Ad vertieer" will be publittlied weekly at $1,00 (VT Yttin uPbe te inte et, ; trite le I et . int to" Versus, Female Obstructieits, Cheiosis ors
per annum, if not paid Within six Mioiths mina icin.a ou a or i g i , le wm a e
went out in tour months I
de evelit anew, it, , l.
i rr 'Oil Sickness, and Rejectiotis of 'tied, end .
tiller the first number is Published,' end te:e,56 ' c , . c t 1 1 ti , , b
amines and considered Ins disettse entirely --Obilli IAMB. Li IC, W tut ter atunai or diem
, at the end film year. , a
ollow the -
I au & AlurcitENER. . reinevedt.. The above information Wag given to
. . .2 2 Ir 1 l I , ,0 ,,, MR Vt"rit'llki,e '
THE 'FOLLOWING CERTIFICAl'E VHS
handed to ug by Mr. Van Sclisiek, of Albany, a
aighly respectable member of the community,
nd whose verwity cannot be doubted:
Mr. tieptemius Kendall. of the town of Wes.
terloo, county of Albany, was for about '4
years trougled with a nervous and bilious affec
tion, which for 7 yeals rendered him unable to
attend to his business, and during the last three
years of bis illness was confined to the house'
ilis symptoms were dizziness, pain in the head
and side, palpitation of the heart, went of appe.
tite etc. After expending Luring his confine.
ment, nearly three hundred dollars without ob
taining any permanent relief, he by accident
noticed an advertisement of Di. W. EVillibt
Camomile and Aperient Pills, and was cense.
quently induced to make a trial of them. Alto.
Awing them about a fortnight, he wm able to
wait; out; in four months be ceulit attend to
amine" and considered Ids disettse entirely
removed.. The above information W RS given to
the subscriber by Mr. Kendall himself; time
can, therefore be no deception.
tat..111EN VAN SGHAICK.
irrAnodter very ortera qf iiiii. ammatonj Phew
nudism cured by Dr. it'en 1.rawle Itiellicive: .
Mr. John A. Carroll, of tits county Of West
chester, town of North Castle, New York, had
been severely efilicted with Inflammatory them.
matistn for fourteen months with violent pains
in his limbs, great heat, excessive thirst, strp
nests of skin, limbs much swollen, WAS OM able
without assistance to torts in bed lisr six weeks.
Dad tried ivarious remedies to no effect. Wes
advised by a friend of iliti it) procure some et
Dr. W. Evans' medkine of 100 Chathem street,
New York, which he insmediately ent lbr; and
alter taking tho first dose found rent relief,
and in continuing its nee according to the direep
nous for ten days, was perfectly eu d. Allow
me to refer ttny person to him to theitruth of
the above statement.
Dr. Wm. Evans' Modica! 0 ee 100 Cha
tham street, New York where lb Doctor may
be consulted, and his medicine p cured.
W OOL I:Dlig Cf
C T II: E'S G.
- J. BROWN 4 CO. ,
C011E!! TOE TIIE MAIN! ! I I
TUNG thankful for pod favors, would
111E subscriber wishing to enlarge liis .
groceries Jilt& it:neceitsary to cell 'ups
on those who are indebted to him either by 1
inform the Fume's ant Wool Growers
of Tuscarawae county taut thetounties adjoin..
mg, that they are new reedy toi - ,
'look, note, or otherwise, in ordeethat he may
' CARD VW0014 4
meet his ende. Ile regrets to be under this
necessity,but citeumstances urge him to it... .; sari l
Those who CatinOt poselihly pay the full amount 1 DRESS CILOr It -
will confer it favor by settling part. yet, MOn. on short notice. Having a fi t rate Double
ev he must have, end that on or berm die 26th Carding Machine snd the hest Machinery for
o't this month. klo take notice. - I Dressing Cloth, together with an experienced
JAMES U. PATRICK. and skillful workman, they t I confideot in
N. 11. Ho still Ecomilitml to sod at a rite saying that their Customers may rest vssured of
much lower thau can be had at env other place having their work done in the st manner.
in town at hiOtore, next door to -111ra Albert's , The prices for. Carding is 6'1.4 getild per
Motel. - J. 1.4 P. mund and the prices for Cloth Dressing shall
Jet, 39, 1839.n5 e reasonable.
Al kinds of preduce recieved in payment for
TIIERTON & PECK 7-- wortc,-41 work 'must be paid r before taken
cutontego at ?Lab. from the shop. AU kines of Veal Turning
1 NEW PIIILADELTIIIA. New phdaderplita, May 3, 1 39.
done on short nthice.
ow 211 Wig
erceiating discider Gout; also, Pains in the ,o I
Side, Cheat, Limbs, Head, (Stomach or Back, V.
Dimnees or Confusion ot Sight. Alternate flush. t,
es of Heat and Chi llineas Tremors. Watchings
Agitation Anxeity, bad D'reams end Spasms. s,
This Medicine is acknowledged to be one et ,
the moot valuable ever discovered, as a purifier
of the blood and fluid& It is superior to Bar .v
separilln, whether as a sudorific or alternative.
Directionsfor ess.--Pi Ila No. must be taken ,
from three to six, or more, at bed time, sof& ;
cient to operate briskly, till the desired object is
effected. Take N0.2 according to the directions 1'1'
as tkn the box.
In all cases, both kinds of the pille are to be
used at the same time, in the OIllowing manner.
Take three oille or more of No. 1, eery night
en going to bed, increasing die number, ir they
do not open the bowels; also, take three of the
pills No. 2 halfan hour before each meal, three
Sidd at 100 Chatham street. N. 1
And by one respectable 'moon iu every tea n
la the Union.
M. Youtiglow. Cleavlandt- ,. "
J. 4., Beebe - Akron., - ,
A: Underhill,. 4 Massillon.
J. Overhott N. Philadelphia.
(Urn order to rotect the public against the -
mposition of Counterfeit Medit:ine Vendete, '
hey have been entered according to Act of Com
grass. and the right to prepare them secured ;
therefore be sure In $eeine that the label on each '
box expreses such entry, as all others are Coen.
ARI N.7 11:1 111
41 P ot 01311)1..
von THIC CVAIE '
FEVER AND AGUE, : ,
Consumption, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint,
Heartburn, llourness or Acidity in the Stornsch,
'rightness at the Chest, Loss of Appetite, Fa
head Ache, Patti in the Head, Back, Limbs sit( '
Side, Flatulency, Typhus mot Scarlet Fc0er,
Putrid Sore, Throat, 1ever sod Ague or bitcr
uniting Fevers, tient, Rheumatism, 'Comtism',
Sciatica, Spatoodic Affections, and 'Pic Dolou.
roux, Convulsions of Children, 3leasles, Small
Pox. (looping Cough,. Rickets, lvething;
Worms, Female Olistructioils, Chliiiusis or
Green Sickness, and Rejections of food, end ,
Costiveness, Colic, whether tiatuleti or bilious,
ullow the -
Dorg.Take limn three to tenpiliktill tlisr
pEN IL:819N a ,14 ,,,',
operate, two or three times itady.W
Peter: 25 Clams ver Box.
- Feld at 100 Chatham sheet, New-York,
holcsale and Retail.
Vhere rpplications for Agencies. Medicinal,
er Advertising, will meet with prompt snow,
rm lit; subscriber would respectiblly place'
beibre the public the following Synopsis
of a splendid assort:tint of
which be hoe lust received rom the East.
I, from the East, have just r.eceived direct,
Staple and Fancy Goods, rebuke and neat
American, French and Eng flab Conroe'',
Assorted Ribbons, and yankee Corn Hoes ,
Colored Cambricks, Tin and Wood Pails,
Tickings, Thread lace and Pittsburgh Nails,
Embroidered hose, plain and striped Fauineit,
Latchem, Ilinges plain and fancy Grecianetia,
Ladies' glovea, tin Pans & work'd Inserting,
Edging, Footing & cord' watered Belting,
Red Padding, Cloths, black green, gre aynd
Bed Cords, coil Rope, and trandsaws tor
Orleans Sugar, Mohair Silk and Satin Stocks',
Ladies' Bonnets, Iron Squares& Cot. n Socks
Italian Eustering, col'd Plorence & Gro de nap,
Victoria stripe, 010111111, Gingham , & Burlap,'
Apron check, Ilitndsaw nice, and baiter chains
Rice, 'Molasses and Glass by box or panes,
Oils, Tobacco, Ginger, Stuff and Tea, ,
Hammers, Waiters, and Cords Metre & Sea;
Iron Steel, Brandy, Wine and Cedar Ware,
Oriental Braid, ia fine, all kinds (Aware two.
Reader, perchance, I've nemed four fancy or
your care, '
If so, " The mite high Heaven bestowed, with
thee I'll share," ,
Should Plaster, Ptah, or Salt, your urgent wants
Call at: number One, for have them all on
knd. ISAAC TELLER.
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