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1.VVIIIIILAISLAball,- !Nom,- ineolomm, -
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nuNfro plurals I DR WILLIAM E
dig WOO 0111010 alle db olhAdildloaavð4
Tor Coniusaption, Dyspepsia, and Li
e. 16404 re you rftbeted with Indigestion,
ICestivenese, dour Eruotatione, Lois of Appa:
, !lite, Water Rash Pain or Distrust at the dip.
mach, dichners eller Eming, Languor, Puiptie,
'tine of the item Loonies of dpiriti; Pain in
'the Heed, Breast, Back anti lamb; Dirsinese
7.-and Confasien of dight,h a Fear of soma tins
pending Evil,. RioMesenese, a Dislike fir Food.
vrith ether Ntir VOUS Symptoms, bring before
you the Picture ofthe Ðgepeptit., and Conamnp
. -,tive patient. Miring resolved to remedy them
-procure onmediateiy.-a box of Dd. lows.
PILLS, a never failing and efficacious remedy
for those dreaded foes of huinan happiness Dye.,
pepoia, Gomiumptionaud Liver Complaint, Rod
the whole trains r nielaticholy atrections),ris
.,, ing from diseiees Stomach Liyer, Bowels.
end Langs. I
field nt the take, ,Iiiithaaa street; N 1
3 , 4 - - :
' c.r1X11, Ciptil;ILV r, A14.
' t :;,dithi An.plyvap(4141;110, ,i,!,' ,,a,....,4-t4,-,, ,i,v.rir blit Viridung file sytup in the nursery Miele
14orstag tbelisettolabt !the,-,1';.,,.,,,, , 4, JAve,s: t,,,,,,;!liede ar young utfOttrong fqr if a 'chilii wakes
'',:lostistos And' thrtgl,, ist.-ttliii.1 ; ' ,,i,,,v ,,,,srottii ,--tti 4110:iliglIC IOW P4ia'k- Ole gam: .the SYruP
,.. view, th-eugh the eperel,444,,, , !,,,, ,,ity -1,iteritediately -tides itase( by, opetity the pores
,, . ,'-groceideo no gniwthi tie ,utri! , , ',,,t0.3. anet,tieste the guin3ttitoteity preveuttlig Consul.
--Velvet) louger bu astireishin, , ,,) il d,,,,, rt deo. Fevers, tte. - .e.4,.., ,
. -Isers ere datituged,atio eztnio,1 I . ,, pito: ,''' ' 117E111404 levorditatioAel oftengrosi. Be
.-,Itor feuctiarts,.the wit ' 4; - : 4,,c1 be, ,rtrtiaalar that'the lable,-, en the hos capreaes
f . .
' '-dootoso disordered. ' KuUkt.,;14,14.,.,, -, sae lid '; suolic.?,l'Its Ittlinti is deficloci by Agetil" 0.11Y
',, ,and demonstrated fackiit, ticictweiiii, ptqi:, ,': 1":- : -:',4- , , ' Agefib iL r newel; .
, . . :-.,.,:,,,, .,,,, ,k,.,!..., , ., 1.,,,,-, . ,- ,
. - ,, time, 'Duties 1116 riT.S.,iiiim aï l'ar 1 ,1141 7,71,,,,,,,,z''. e,,,--,4t.':. -.: ,,'"1-"--,"1":, -- ' ' ' ' -
esit4C4A otee;rdsu.rei Witik.11.,, 11,.1.,ei4,14,,,.,4- ,,; :p ..,:',. 11..T.A were also fPitalttitia tit ICIO Ciatiates
thd dtadt.tch, Lungs add ---the,l.f.fi,;rer,,,,terTigtkroasi:Oonski',-hin Dabiii SPinnlig 70f,8,1wo wsbu ry,
'- - Ind healthy a ti di, as toe titro$teat .1441.3,410, tclatt;Ttaivn. Ne,w lersey,Jkse sedately tillig
; of health' sad life. For titii purimeo tle .,13,tie totrittilli 'Piles ror inôte then, 20 years. i Hsi
- are tompotm e u or ot streng ten en, enourse to ann,lieninti brolunibttevery
-I- " I
. ''''' ww-r...... ." - .1.-th-' he,-,;ri,"-aiiti giZte au int.. 1 tiOn, ,tillt
''. .. .11111 PIP n"Win 9 9 . I ' MO at the . ' 'it. the oftvicei, vif setttral'eminant-Pyrrh
. , -ow of strength to the Arlene erf it x i.e., In ., imam veumsoe,ver - ..-14 otly.,-.0 --,.
' - - 'end discharging velisele ; andtis all the:erte, t
' "Ine tune quichdel t" aijffil' 6t. 4119.1tIS 'b . ' 1 -vItatis, of 100 hatlittin siree1411,114(evit...4rork. alltid
tams are drawn from ttie,,bloild, soy Jnothittti,ç6 01."u,rud, "l'u. ,, .'l:11!ej..'Llné.9.,1)m,,1111L3f,tr:nurtiwntllyi(!lail
''''' non. winch .rnay -have taltatt' 1 is minion1 lto loulla.,tututoul,pt rgife141111v1.41Suus I
PfIli6e'llitifod is Puri: l'I'FreqkVtirC.'k''-'5.t7t,..". .' - 1 ': -I '': '''-...5?.i4;
i ilitetilüsbaatrundctthirienlo7;7elisrs"umul;;3a Imatitful limo.' '''i kt?'':''41?:?:;'-'''',,''''''';'77' ''' - ''''''''- '-a.;;; ',
tfhese pil s eve tone it) the otuinul!, latoteit ao .. :
e se .' f trtetif a ta, etl' r7efinnas'Sniånt,' oet Nat,
t1C.i-',.1iille..11,, to Dr. Willinm Eiens. '
and emiliently ex,X, ,d, r .
;-! tha appettt ,
;:10.: 143.1..Ainniiiistty4at'esies, the following is fottn.e
, tiPr'' hal issuer throughthe 0 XeCre iy il
ge et. th ,kanseets. ti ell caseiv: ti epe.r y . , ...
i I 1 lad V w IR' had been.25 years ;Settizito.A'
'' '"Nt.hiriA. '.1,,,"-'"Iiii.r.ðelestion or Dyspepsia, Bilati Ilicted wife nervous hydeeboodrit4 dellijOk !U
tlitfectionii,'" Liver' Gornplaints, Heartbu ' , id:6p the Idst3 year.s see einistantle rePOP
Sourness or Anidity in i he Stomalh,
..-tit the Chest, Loss of Appetite, Sick Head A. aid from' a ,tespectable phyihhit .: 'Wit
rubbeilLsws1;410--"in mber .1teartserlivx
oho, Pain-in the Heed; '6 ack, Linibs and Side, rr moetivii th-arg1J,70"1"41 in 10.'t 4';""c1.!'fij-:
Flattriency,'.Typhue atid Scarlet Fever, Putt id iliscouragetIlluer;
teeth, one bottle of ?HP!).
'13ore 'Pliroat, Fever and Ague, or Intermitting the gums to open the poi e,,,c,.,Ttr,444 gi,:r
' Fevers, Gout, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica, ver be without the symp -.1.'it, '..'",..' 1"- ib ;
'-- Spanoodle Affections, and Tie Doliitireuxi CU". titer I are young children. fht,eý3,46:12,:.:As.
. -salmons of Children, Measles,Sinall Pox, Hoop.
in the night with pain in tliel,.2,- it'il..-,
. ing Cough, Rickets, Teething, Worms, ,F,.e..
male tileunctions, Uhlorosie or Green Sic 1 immediately gives case ' by open) !'"?,-gi. 7' I
and heals the gunisfther'eby reven .11!,"1"1fir,,,
-fiessonet Rejections of -Food, and Costiv P . 1 elifk-,,, . '
eneso i ens. Fevers, tz.1.
' Colic, whether flatulent or Bilious, follow the 117Entered aceordinit to Act of -";',147.4'4'1','' :
DIRECTIONS. particular that the table on the lunv,,,Eit.,,,,
Dosx.Teke from three to ten pills, till they such. 'Flu genuine. is tended by Age,',fif ,,,,:,,''' i
-- .operate, twoor three tunes daily. Tim use ol Agee' ft -., f.'''.',.4,4,,
'the pills niubt be persevered inxill a cure is 11 --.--- r '4 .',
I , , '7 I': I
- (-med. -
Eden 'Enwit. New JertineorPEr'sla,
APITERESTINO AND 'APPLICA tett with Piles titr tot 1NGtMrt J Mel(""
-OLE TO TI-IK AFFLICTED
. .,.. . ' 'WITH. . ' recourse:to metkv st,reet, was afflicted with the
tiou ....sh,iptaint ror ten years, which incapacla:
. , ...
- I it ears
-1318 Tuft dvors8cn, oft Nsayysi .... wad ivnt tit intervals, fer tho period n 8 y ,
lineh ', '14 eithpycii - - ' : it attending tn his business; restored to rrfect
-,1,;:t 11to PYSPE "s ti-- - , ' I t111"1T calmalt ..'ealtli tilidOr the ealutary treatment of Dr. Wtn:
arlf(aNder Me' worst-symptoms of restlessness Evans.
,. trl-, - rfstvnívta a spirit. and General Einem:Mem The ,Tmptunis were A gensa of &tension
4 ' .,. vosattiferrint. whether nt the Lungs or Liver, and oppression alto. eating, distriissing pain in
' Si, ' IIVEIttAFFIXTMNS. JA USD10E,bnth' the pit lit' the stomach, nausfa, impared Lippe
'.' '. o" Biliary and Spasmodic; Ctediveness.; Worms tite rriddines;, palpitatidft of the heart, great
of every variety; Rheumatism whether Ads
debility and emaciation, depression or mitripi,
' 1,11ii Or chriAlici tijg"ttt" with -Gtw.r, 8ct"4 disturbed retd, sometimes a bilious vaunting,
ruin, Nies in the Head, Back, Limbs, . and and pt,in in tho rigld aide, an extreme degree of
.' Side, TYPIIIIS Pavan, Scsa:,ovr FEVER, Pm. i linguor and filintriess; arty endeavour to pursue
.4. 'Arid Sore Throat, FEVER and AGUE, his Musings,' causing immediate exKliustun and
: 'Spasmodic Palpitation or the Heatt and Ar- wtm!in,.
'4eries, NtrvOID1 irrita!nlity, Nervous Weak
Mr. McKenzie is daily attending to his bauitt
mos, Hysteric The Douloureux Cramps, Fes
nom and none nt the above symptoms have t re
. ' male Oletructione, Heartburn, Headache '
curred since lift mod the medicine, He is DOW
' Cough;the CrIDIMOD or humid, and the Dry '
- or the Whooping; ASTHMA, mi a strong and healthy man. He resorted tn my8
Gravel --- I riads.of remedies but the wet e all 'ineffectual.
--rw . Ile la willing to give nny information to the et-,
Meted respecting the Inestimable benefit render-.
"The Blood has hitherto been considered by. ed to him by tlie use et Dr. Wm'. Evana mod
;14mpiricks and others, as the great regulator et icini,.
ilhehumar: syntein, and such le the devotedness The above Medicine can be provered of all
of the earl:lime-to that erroneous doctrine, that Dr. Wm, Evans' advertilred ageots in the Dither'
,-therucontent thenteeloee with' tile sitaldo Pol" 14taten, and throughout the World.. '. ' -
erosion ef this fallacioua opinien, without en- 117 Dr, Evans, in order to prevent tjie pats
0 attiring her) the primary ðical from whence rens of his Medicine being imposed '. Upon by
:uire, lInalth,and vigour emanate, and riceverso, . counterfeits, has had the labels until his ruedi.
pun, eickbess, disease and death. 'Not so.settli i cmcs entered according to act of Cangresr. Ilc
.;:DEL. HUN I' whose 'extensive rodearch and reqtrests themaliarerot.er, to be partidular in see.
practical experience so e r inently qualify him :
ing that the labels contain the following notice:
for the profeasion of which he has been. one of' " Entured accordint, to act !I vongress. Ily It';
' the most useful Members. le contentist-and a , Evans, in theijear 1635, in tite t lurk's Wae of
moment's rellection.avill convince any reasons
b'rs Sauthetn Distria Court Of ..1YtwflYchi:"
ing mind of- the correctness of his viewsthat : AGENTS'.
ihe stomach, liver end the associated orgaos ore , . .
the primary and great regulators of boultli, and Ilq L Younglow.
.1. A. Boeb . . Cleveland.
, mA litorvoillii.on
that the bland in very many instances is totallk
' dlaconnected with the first and sueceeding.sta-tes
of dlaease, and that-unless a medicine reach . .. . -ri ..
the superficial Riwy- Dover.
...1 .t.l. e lol!...... ..
es the putt nr tho (herniae, s. N. Hilladelpein
veto usually presciihed, serve but as foils to coy. s
-1 TOKELY AND LEONARD contittué
err the ravages ,,r deep-rooted lulled ice. dins
their practice ea Attornev's, ead may at
:54er these errnvictiZms, at the expence of years
all times he constiltedet their oilice, New Phil.
.; zta 'clone application, the ductur has dincovered
the cast end of the two story frame
-e medicine whose searching por,vous am sweets- .d Ilddll)'iu
bt3tillding on high strautolearly n;iposita the its
rble, -end in prescribing. it is with a firm cons
thee of the TescaraweeDomocrat. ,
.. victim; au its being a radical cure r till rprious n. 00. ,,,. .
6 diseasee already enumerated, even if applied in .....2211:.",...1,2", ..
the mot 'critical caest hut he does eat pretend NEI1T FALL
Ttn soctilie te) - i .
LA J 410i ES,
' NOUSE, SIG N, 01: NAM En IL . PA IX
t, TER ,S..:G LAZIER.
WOVI,D respectfully inform the 'cid
zeits of' Canal Dover and vicinity,
'that he has eummenced the above Liu.
t ,' Illness immediately over MICHAEL FISSEL'S
i ' Waggon Shop,. whore he intends In carry it On
N1-1,1 all its various ranches. -Ile also has ..ectli
Vitoria with the abovethe l'aper Ilangingw
thioh, lte promisee shall not Ile surpassed by
,fiy. Vitt work emit be dune in a stile and
tiltuttler. 'that will show for its, sett . ,
katdMe elan will attend to work in theenuntry
giinkia Power, Aug. 150839. tine.
- - --- --
" "TOE THE MAL K1!
' eriber wi'shing to onlarge his
findo irneeessaryto call up.
.udebted to litin either by
ise, in orderothat lie may
rets to be under this
nees urge him to it.
Ity the full atnount
csart. yet, mon.
opre the 26th
1'1 at a rate
' . i p.
DR WILLIAM EVANS13,..:
SOOTHING 'SYRUP. .-
di Of AMA,: Tu illutlura and ;Nurses. ,
at the Bto Tha7i,,,44 or the 'teeth .through the gum'
'or,. Pliklitt''' prodsecs troubletionie and dangerous synoptunis.
Iribir..,,'; P4'4. 4 la 1 It is kirewn by mothers that there is great irrit
s, znzautess i anon in the mouth and gums during this pros
r sum. tar ; case. The puns swell, the secretion of the s tit
(4, far ,Fur"' Jive id increaselthe chilvt is seized with frequem.
111"g i'etur" I and etnidett tits et eying. watejling, starting in
1 A'1"."1"'"P- ' id sleep, and spasms of pectin! parts; the ohtid
inteily them ! istirieks with iitreints' violence, ittfti thrusts its
L lows: fingers Ow its mouth. If these precursory syuip
jolts remedy tOttid are not spkedily allegiatedispasmodic Min.
Pint" LkYdi. vulsions univerkfly supervene, and eon cause
'Ild,aintk.a,liu the dissolution of tha Mutt. " IC mothers who
'!ctlunsfri6. - have their little babas afilleb;ti with these dis
ver, Bowels. tressing synytems would apply Dr. Willi
Evans's Soothing Syrup, ivitich hes proserVed
t street, N. hupdrede of infants when' thought past- move
, '' ,vy',:fmro 'being suddenly attached with that A-,
7t,'':,','e:4.;,'':'-, tat malady convulsions. t . -..,
:Y:1.4-;!;::,1;,,1 ''' This infallibl -remedy has preserved hon.-
ci',7,,2-:t4:: t'' 'efis,'when Thought Toot recovery, rmiii cati,t,,,'A,:',,',7'r,'-,',
, ,,,,,itit'tsot 4i.seati its the Symp is rubbed nil
, ,''Y ' ' -4- ' tile gitruktite dila will recover. This prepar.
1,01114;-,e4--.'t,''',,- 34 titian-is to inopeetkt,46ellicacious, and so plea
;,''' ,..7'.....,,,,'':',1,.; 'sialitthat an Child Will refuie to let its gums be
- At'. ti..1,- 1.1.' ittitheitscititilien infants are at the age of
i,stt"''''''''-7,7.1funrenotithi,',7thauglvtiMtvi is no appearance o
;4' i2.4 '-,'',"- 't till' un'IttAtIPof thksyrup shot Id be used on
, ,, , oe it) .
-'-'4" ''.:"-k'''''''''! ,1he atitisto'cipen Bre pores. Parents should tie-,
--'-!,;1::---A?;4-- i 't. , ,,,A - A'' A 1,,
- b 1
p;',a,:ivrt be w t ot4 t le sytup in the intrserv Mule
r, 1,0:m lot, ..thete WI young slifildreag fqr if a 'chilii wakes
y 4er u Zia OW night: isitlf paia itf the gains, .the Syrup
,,ty I immediately -tivolvease( by, openunt the puree
r anct beats the seinsititerebe proven:411z Couvul
txwealtness tn ,h.iad
four months,' thn i ,
temli, one inottle "cura44
the gains to open the poi 60012,mt,d4t,usille
ver be without the svitm c99,1"ugAil...041;0.11:
titer are young children. ths.;Pt,46,.,aLlit7:.'"1
in the night with pain in tliej.!"" ", 'Y'rVt,..aff
immediately gives ease,' hy ope 1 84?"gi."-r
and heals the gunts;therchy prevent) . s ifo n 1,61 ine ,,7.
i ans. Fevers, &c
ErEntered according to Act or
particular that the table on the tue.vn'''',.,4.':
such. 'Filo genuine is vended by Ag'0,fIrtz..'.'
ETA severe ease (if Piles cured oAA' '
street. Mr. Daniel Spin:lino 11114- riri
Eden 'row New Jecs-elneDYSPEFSJA,
ted with Nes thr sotMG.Mr; J. McKsto
recourse:to ineikr st,raer, was afflicted wills the
ror ten years, which incapaclk
ad itt intervals, fer the peribd ist.sis years,
at attending tn his business; restored to rrfect
'Nadi under the witutary treatment of Dr. Wtn:
The symptoms were A sensa of dir tension
and oppression Wier eating, distressing pain in
the pit tif the,stourieb, impared appe
tite, giddiness, palpitatiest of the heart, great
debility and einaelatioit, depresgion or spirit51,
disturbed reo, sometimes a bilious vaunting,
and pfdli in tho right side, an extreme degree of
linguor and thintriess ; arty endeavour to pursue
his business causing immediate exKliuston and
Mr. McKenzie is daily ettending to his bsui
1,1 V .0". r3.1Va .
jUST received from the Eastern cities
large Rod splendid tmortment or PAL
Alin WIN'I'Elt GOODS, consisting o
rrench, English, and Victurio Prints; Muslin
de Lane, Painted Mos nos and Lawns Lincn
andConen Drillings; lilue,-Black and 111ixd
Cloths ; Cussimeres, and Sattinetts of all cob.
ors and quatitiest Bed Ticking, II bulled and
Unbleached Musiins: Aiso, a fiLe ivt of flair
apd Fur Caps.
L SMITH & Co.
N. Alickinds of produce tabon
61tange forGoodseCAS11 paid for Wheat.
J I. S. &
Canat-Dover, Sept. 19, len. Str.
'BY 5111S. MARY ALBERT.
ty, toil the Aravilling publie generally,
that she cart accomodate those n,,ho ma) favor
her with their e,ustom, in Hs gond a style as cari
be had in this part of the country.
Her Bar and Table will be supplied with the
beet the market can afford. ler siables are large
and Nell furnished, and will he well attended :
I EeW ririlarielphis, May 18741.
CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS.
These Pills areetrungly reemmitendcd to the
notice of the Ladies as a safe and efficient rem
edy iis removing those complaints peculiar to
theirsaex. front want of Exercise, or general
DORI kty. of the ISystem, Obstructions, bappres
nnd Irregularity of the Menses ; at the
same time strengthening, cleatisieg, and gtving
tone to the Stoniach"and Bowels, end producing
new and healthy idiots throughout the ors
en' generally. They create Appetite, contra
Indigestion, remove Giddiness and Nervous
Headache, and nro eminently useful! in those
Flatulett Complaint's which distress Females sd
tnuch sti di; Tuns or Lim 'rimy obviatit Cos.'
liseness, and counteract all hysterical and Nen.
vows Affections. likewise afford soothil.g
permanent relief in Fluor Albus, or Whites, and
on tilt niost obstinate oases ef Chlorosis, or
Green Sieknevs,they invariably rtstore the pals
lid anti delicaete female to health and vigour.
These Pills have gained the sanction and sp- .
probation of the most eminent Physicians in the
United States, and many mothers Cali
testify to their extraordinary efficacy,. To mar
ried females, whose expectations ("if the tender
est pledges of connubial lgippiness have been I
defeated, these rills may be truly esteemed a
blissful boon. They soon senovate all amt.
tonal debility, andif taken, aCcortling to direc..
thrum,. ohviate all morbid action. A medium thus
safe and efficacious, will be lound in
, numeutately -vies amok, openu7 tile pores -
and- logs the guindtereity prevenuig Couvul. safe and efficacious, will be lound in
t I sta.. teveris, tte. 4letz; 1 Dr. Goode's Celebrates Female
, 11-1.11s,vt.qa ilowitrAtine t. A et ACM...errme ' The..c Pills are of two kinds nanie1s : No. 1.
erullTablitiv rdi1-1-y:1;y.,iiiiiitaitoOttflettiico ;
'kiplobes, ,":NIgigtotattio,. Alittion961. 7.4-Atim ,
Tic Poutoute0404anipt Sp4iinniiiin A ii.t4i0t
antritiostwitti Ter,or'4ictiOis , to o!'ll-rosi eit,'
foö- Ti4leilicrdeç-,pia-r:illoir: i og: in ilit
.,,irt ,ot'lliwe',.' timbc Peed4.;.$;o.,1,,. '4,.,,,Oi. Back,
1 ,e4,16t tionfusion 01 SIttiiiAtti;', ilkn!F finitl-'
4,, ,,Titett,mitd ChlittilebtiO.Atilore'..no!,eblost
rliA, 1, ti:4,l'Aii-gOitý'iked' Ofottoti-tioill'Opatbe, ',4
t''.3,k.74,,:',-ted,teinsi. is! itclinOwledgetf.(o be: onti:. Ot
F'', 'n'iti4et.ittilttehle tirOt diieoviryttr,as it purifier.
Of ,the bleetrand jiyitteo.:-It te totporior to 4Th-xsi,
xlit!irpoilikA414)or'isl tildOrltitibt tiltérmitive(
Oiri4kiitt,i,e,foilse--Pitle No: I trtukstillotiektek
, rOsbi tbreeittettlin or toore, nt bed.. timoK, suet
oti.tut worertunbrieltlyi till the deeird;objeefie
ort,t,t6a. quite No.2 aceoi.ding to the diteptiOls
'ao on the t:sel '',.- ' 'i','.-. - ' - ''.17V.'-i'ee, '
' Are illlitt'ai: ikottt kin'ile nEthelTille are'te le
,,:clitf.eatos; both- kinds nçtliapits ara Is
us the same time, in the NI, Wwing mariner'.
4.,:Talte Ilion pills or more ON. t. evarYllight
collsoing to bed, increasing the timber, irthey
do not opsn the botvels ; also, take threalif the
ills Ne.. 2 Miran hour before each mealtthree
dines' tituIfii' ' ,
Sold at 100 Chatham street, N. Y.
' And by tine respeotable potion in every town
st the Union.
- J. A. Akrati.
A: Underhill, Massillon.
J. Overhott Philadelphia.
A PUBLIC BLEMNti 1
. TOP THE CURE Or
FEVER, AND AGUE,
Consumption, Dyspepsia, Liver.Compleint,
Heartburn, Sourness or Acidity in the Stomach,
Tighluess et the Chest, Loss of Appetite, Siek
-heed Ache, Pam in the DM, Beck, Limbs end
Side, fintulency, l'yolnis and Scarlet Fever,
Putrid Sore Throat, Pavel end Apo, or lona.
;flitting Fevers, Gout, Rheffinstistn. Linnhogo,
Sciatice, Spemodic Affections, nee Tic Donlon
isux, (3011VUIDi011111 of Children Measles Smell
Pox. looping Cough., file'lieta, Tetalung,
Worms, Female Obstructions, Chlolosis ot
Green Sickness, and Rejections of Ford, arta
Costiveness, Colic, whether flatulent or bilious,
Duon.--Take from thrse to-ten pills, till they
operate, two ur three times da,ly.
PittCE t25 CENTS rer Box.
Sold at U0 Chatham sneer, New-Notk.
Wholesale and Retail.
'Where rpplicstions thr Agencies. Medicines,
or Advertising, will mot with prompt anonon.
urnsTEnN Artrztra L
' fie Yr BOIA1VA
Id respectfully place
i E iodised
betbre the .puti10- the fullowiçg, Synopsis
of a splendid -4841nrtnint of
which he hris putt received ton?thil East. EP'
1, from the East,. have just reveivi4irect
Staple and Fancy Goods, of chit' 13 ,ittrdliest
American, French and English alicneil,
Assorted Ribbons, and yankee Corn Ikea ;
Colored Cambricks, Tin and Wood Pails,
'Pickings, Thread lace-and Pittsburgh Nails,
EtiiIiroidercil hose, Plain and striped Sattinett,
Latches, Hinges, plain and fancy. Grecianetto,
1,8,lies gloves, Paris & voided Inserting,
Edging, Footing &cord' watered Bolting,
Red Padding, ClOtha, black green, gro aynd
Ead Cords, coil Rope, nnri ittnibswa ton.
Orleans Sugar, Mohair 811,1 Satin Stocks,
-Ladies' rtonneis, iron Squares & Coon Socks
Italian Lostering. cord Florence & Ciro de esp.
Victoria stnpe, Cant VS, & Burlap,
Apron check, I landsaw Eiles and halter chains
Rice, Molasses and Glass by 'box or ponce,
Tobacen, 'Ginger, Snide:id 'rea,
liamtners, Waiters, and Cords of !letup & Sea,
Iron Steel, Brandy, Vine and Cedar Ware,
Oriental Braid, ia fine, all kinds (Aware tam
t , f,,ORAWWWIFORAWIES "DIG
DR. W1,1. 11V ANs'
' MEDICAL COA$11.1; LITIOX
ion ctiATiimi et' VEET, NEW-1.011 K.
ft:Tlir. Evans' -Mill for Medical consulta
tion Mill advice. IN tkathant street, N.
attendance id wren fur personal consul.
assortita are returned to
country lettere, whith must minutely describe
the case, and contaiti a remittance ifir advice and
nietlicine, which On tio forwarded to any part
of the Avorld, hotveyer dimant. No difficulty
can veer as the medicine will be securely packs
ed, and letters efadvice catefully protet:ted from
1CONSUMPTION, COUGHS, AND COL DS "'"' '"" "'"'"" '''' "" "--- ----- r -
ut u it il y voodduring the pas; season; I
Nervous diseases, liver complaint, dyspepsia, have pre.
bilious diseases, piles, ulcers, female weakness, order, tramp lity end peace
sad all causes of hypochondriacisin, lowspirits, vailedw 'thin. OU I' herders; and the drtfi.'
palpitation of the heart, nervous irritability, net- cultie 1 w hichr to some extent thfiaiened
vons,weakneds, Nig taus seminal weakness,
indigestion, loss Of anetite, heart born. general
the repose of oartiorthern frontier, grow.
t 11 out of the late 'disturbances in 'Can.
debility, bodily weakness. ehlorosist or green n,-
sicknessl, flatulency. hysterical fatntings, hysteri aua, halving disappeared. A strict oh..
ics, headaches, hiccup, sea sickness, night man . servance of the lava, and 'a high regard
rheumatism, esthrria , tic dooloureux, cramp, I for their faithful execution, have (min
spasmodic affections, and those wile are vie,.1 , , .. ,
ently criaracterizeo the grec.k.body of
tiros to that most excruciating disorder, Gout,
will flnd rendition their solferiwrs a emirs() of, te it '
our pitizens;.and the toil andi. . wary of
Dr. Evans' me.dicitte. ' our hutibaudinan has been rtiwarded.i0
I . ,
or back, dimness orcontlision a sight, slmrnnte usual tO 001
Pains in 'tie side, choo, heed. stomach an abundant crap 4of all the produettont
flusliesof heat aorchilliness, tremor., watch- Lti
'forth SOU and genial
thishesOf heat anrchillineas, trornoft, watch- - -
- --, ;,
ings, agitation, anxiety, bad dreatre,
tnercurial arid all' delicate diseades, arena:ewes. The turplue produce of the sietepg lib.
sPa8"1 :Le:oda will be mud) greeter' iiiik0St"
fully treated by Dr., Evans.
1 S.,1 ,...- s-oui,ipial., a VI...FM? a " iaa. . 1
, These Ptlis are of IIA'0 kinds namely : No. 1, 1
or Laxative Pills and No. 2, Res:orative Pills. 1
Alley are Mr all the following diseases : Sup
I pression , Irrvgularity or Retention of the Mem.' trTLetter from the Hon. Abrallem 14Clel
lan, Sullivan County, East Tennessee, ttlem
I nes, Fluor Alous, Chloroals.-,or Gwen Sickness
ber of Congress.
-,,Costiveness, ,: GraTel Incontinence of. thine'
WASHINGTON, July 3d, 183S.
v'Nervotts Allbotions, I lysteries, Pritlapsus ilteri,t1 .,
Sir Since' -have. been in this city, 1 have
:sae failing or the Womb, and l'iles: 'These,Pills
I are also partieularly adaptedto the male as' well used Lime oryour Dyspeptic tnedicine with in
. . c.,,;,,. 1,,,,,,,c, aria cti,Cii, iiiiii hiliiiiVe it 10
aim) purLavuturly nuttinuu IV WO 11 WCii
he female sex.. 4or the cure of the 'following pnite bencfa-and sa-ti;factioti, and believe it to
tillby.ispelustli,Bilice.fbieeees,efla-litteltP101411t Tete-lessee, wrote me to send him aome, witiell
iTInallutAltn'tu-'''IN";;;""ba' l'uDI 1:61euaL"sul ul:niveire't2"-mHIPurnilnuiti il)talluac:'ilt7,stbIrn. luAal."Graerdmeend,Yo.f CanniepbeftlincYouen(tItyP',
pirehotidrivism, LowSpirikr Pelpitalimr 44 ie
thou t. Netbnits Irritabitity..NewitneWeari,st ilndliidis, itpnradethiecol:aidndentiap3losyiedt isit vinevryolusaubcciee.ssfullilry.
Indig(Li"'ll'Alq-lti(eurthirni'G'''''! Johnson, your agent at this place, thinks jou
end .1Tebil sty,: rsrri y ..VotibtteattOr'r tetttletets i
i would probably like af agent in Tennessee. ff
flefdaches,,:Ntglitota4,RlitraltiP,744,tog' - in, I would reconiuieritt-Ve A.,Garden as a
Tic Poutoutetit;':,(Aanipt.tipkinugtar, lijectii) .t,,,
an& 'tlitssalýtte Tertre'victitlIs 4) '''11-it9t!s 4)," celebrated inetliclos,$Muld you commission
. . , proper person to officiaterfor the sale flour
firó-qitieferlir,rder-.,P:oan',atatr: '4,t.:!.111 4" hint, be is wilitpeitect for you. You erile send
,,,ift ,,,,tiléo,f; timbc flead,;;aa,, ii,.,Ur Back,
the- Medicine 'Sq. Itifater to the care of Robert
1 ''''t.....''611",-,ft14" 61:,?1Ýr..fil''''1's,',:.'1F6,2,111.' .K.kiff.61 Sons, Iftrioviiile county, Tennessee,
,,,o ,.,11ruLTud ,-(11,111117,,,,j'q'',er,74:;,,-'',PJP",:"Ikt onby hind to'Grahatn. & Houston Tazoweli,
:1...,,kkl..,6416't.lktf:4,l'n'-flenleitýti'Vcri',,b'It,y,,,latInIg.;ai'''Lv:lerbnn'; 0,,,:t East-Tenn. I have no doubt but if you . hate
,, gents in several comities in,Earr 7'enriessee;!:k
,the'tiasit.itiltteble leitOr diScovereitf.as it (rumen
greiff deal of your medicine 'would be soil .1
kil Ali e YIN c.i., 4'snet 11.'i(441'''.1i',,'"9"ri1. tg 414.9.'''' am going to take some of it homO:yrith me for
tertparriltrov 41100e:eel tiroprimier tilternativic.
,,,i. my own use, and thut of my friends, moil should
' --Oiei'4101.1yotise,-PillsNi31 I tlithiVtlot6li'""i like to hoer from you whether you would like
:trtsibi three ollit or more, at bed..timeK. futile .
put oremtilbi.,,klyi lin the de,,r,31.--obieffis 14 age:: nt at Bluntrille, Sullivan tounty East.
Telin. I can get some of the merchants to act
imr.t.1.6a. Tette No.2 according to the diteCtiela for you as I live near there.
11 ptl 66 6411.',' ' ''---. - '' ''''':.'-'':'-'t "14-: '- Ý:ER All k It NI' CLELLAN, of Tenn.
lif ittlitter tioth kin'ehi r4,0e,pi e are te le Toi)r. Mtn. Evans,' A09 Chatham et. N. Y.
ABRAHAM J. CREMER, Ice-Ming (16,
Mott street, New York, was afflicted with Dys- I
pepsin itfflts most aggravated form. The syrup.
toms were violect headache, great debility, tb
ver, costiveness, cough, licartithurn, pain in the
chest and sitmmelt always idler eating, impaired
appetite, Of smiting at the stomach, !
holed tongue. nausea; with restlessiiiss. These
had continued upwrads of twelvemonth;
on consulting Dr. Wm. Evans, 100 Chatham
btreet, and submitting to his over successful and
agreeably mode or tactitment, the patient was
conipletely restored to ,liesitti tit; short space I
of onemitialt, and trattffli for the incideulahte
benefit derived, gladly came for wet d and
unreered tho abtive statement.
Dr. WM, EVA NS' Medic's! calm, looi
!um ardor' to'prntect tho public against tha benefit derived, gladly ratio
mPuoition of Cliunterreit Medicine Venders, unteered ðin abiive statethen
hey have been entered accordirg to Act of Con. Dr. VAL EVA NS' Nit
cress, , and the tight to prepare th.iit secured : Chathaiu street, New York.
therefore be sure in seeing that the OM 011,e0Cil
boxexpresea such entry, ea all otiii;ra'are Cuuri
torfeit4. Vilt I CM151r! rrl
'FIIE FOLLOWING CERTIFICA TE was
litidett to its Itv :Mr. Van SchEirlt,of Albany, a
ogitly respectable mentbsr or the community,
nd VerilritV doubted:
Mr. Septamits kendall, or the town or W'es.
terloo, county or Albany, was !lir about 27
years trmailed with a nervous and hilinus afTem
tion, which for 7 years rendered him unable to
attend to his business, and during the last three
years fills illness was confined to the !muse.
fits it, miaow wers dizziness, pain thu
and side, palpitation of the heart, went urappo
tile &e. Aller exponling curing his crodine.
anent, neatly that: hundred &Airs wittiout oft.
mining any permanent relief, he by accident
notteeti arivetitortmatt th. Evanst
Camomile and Aperient Pills, Mill was constr.
(timidly induced to mak.e a trial orthunt.
usher, thetn about t fortnight, he WM able to
walk out in Nur months be could atterid to
Ausinestr, and considered his disease entirely
rernoved. l'he above information Wati giveri to
the subscriber by Mr. Kendall himself; there
can, therefore be no deception.
Cirri Inother rem smere of Inflammatory Rheu- !
matism cvred bp Dr. Wm. Evans' Medicine.
r. John A. Carroll, of the county of West
'cheater, town of North Castle, New York, had
been severely afflicted with intlaininatory rheu
matism Mr fourteen months with violent pains
111 his limbs, great heat, excessive thiret, dry
ness uf skin, limbs much swollen, was rot able
without assistance to turn in bed fur six weeks.
Ilad tried ',various remedies to no effect. Vas
advised by se friend of his to prigigo some fit
Dr. W. Evans' medicine of 100 Chantal) street,
New York, which he immediately sent for: arid
alter taking tlrmifirst 1050 found great relief,
aeidoiti emit1ring USO Weighing 10 11e direepi
nous for ten apt, WilS perfectly mired. Allow
me to refiir any pttreon to him for theltruni of
the tbitee statement.
Dr. Wm. EVIMS Medical Office 100 Cha
tham street, New York where the Doctor may
be consulted, and his medicine procured.
EtWaioiderell hose, plain and striped Sattinett, 11,70074 cAnnum
Latches, Hinges, plain and fancy. Grecianette, sari
Ladies' gloves, lin Paris & voided Inserting, 'C 140111: I It E S S I N fl.
Edging, rowing &cord' watered Belting, . .9NDREIV SEA TON.
Red Padding, Cletita, black green, gre aynd
blue, T 11ANKFUL fur past favors, would in
13ed Cordg. coil Repo, and Itaralaaws ton. form the Farmers and Wool Growers
Orleano Sugar, Mohair SrlIt 811,1 Satin Stocks, of Tusearawas enmity and the counties adjoin.,
Ladies' Bonnets, Iron Squares & Coin Socks ing, that he continues to
Italian Lustering. cord Florence & Oro 1q 'alp, CA It D W OOL
Victoria stnpe, Cans VS, Cinglinin, & Burlap, . Ç '
. å SD Al '
Apron check, Ilandsaw riles and halter chains Dims' s etl,ortr
Rice, 5I0lasses and Glass by 'box or panes,
Oils, Tribaceo, 'Ginger, Snide:Id Tea, on short notice. Having a ling rate. Double
Carding Machine and the best of Machinery for
Moaners, Waiters, and Cords of limp & Sea,
Iron Steel, Brandy, Vine and Cedar Ware, Messing Cloth, together with an experienced
Oriental Braid, ia fine, all kinds (Aware k tam arid skillful workman. he feels . confident in
saving that his cristomer.s miry teat :mined of
Reader, porchance, I've named your fancy ur ;
I having their work dwie in the best manner.. ,
your CATO, ,
I The prices firr Carding itr 6 1.4 sews per
If so, " The mite high Heaven bestowed, Willi llound, end the prices Ýor Cloth Dressing ahall
thee I'll share," l be reasonable.
Should Plaster Fish, or Salt, your urgent wants I Al kinds of produce recieved in payment for
demand', I work,--sit work IMO be paid for before taken .
from the shop. All kinild of Wood Turning
Call et' number One, for I have them all on
done on Omit notice.
hand. HIAAC TELLER, ;New l'hi!adoplutt. May 3, IVO. '
's N.,. 4 I
0 V E I: NOR'S ESSAU
Godtternan of Mb Senate,.
and of the :House of Represontatice.
lo noseiing togetherfor the purpose ei
discharging the high' and responsible
duies st the trust 'reposed in uti n ow
constituents, wts are naturally kit t4,
first place, to the consideration of those
subjects which -are calculited to make al
pleasing impression on our. minds, and
inspire us with grateful feeling to a kind
and beneficent Providerce to whom we
are indebted for the numerous blessings
w4ich we enjov.. Without few' creep.'
tions ,the health efthe State has been
ut u ir y voadduring ihe past season;
order, tramp lity and peace have pre.
vailedwithin.our herders; and the ittlfi.'
cultie which,to some exteni tiOaiened
the repose ofopriforthern frontier, grow.
ing out of the late 'disturbances in 'Cam.
ada, halving disappeared. A strict eh..
servance of the laws, and 'a high regard
for their faithful execution, have emin
ently characterized the grey .1300 of
..)? the preseut school Isyr le, couum 4 t
tvely speaking. nevi.. sod we have n-it
,ecome familiar with. ,the triode of do.
rig busindsa under it; hut it le doubtful
betherri better system, so to it gen,
ral feattlreas could rui adopted; or one
hat would.givernore untvoreal alien
- ion to theyeople. Time and- expert
Ace will suggest the &feel ib the ei
"ient schoorlaw; and they will, no doubts
grachrtily re iiiii ved by legislative sc.
lion, until it la tended, perfect, sod
.as satisfactory' to Ike public ae any sr.
tem which could be 'devised. Any great
and radical change, unless for very colp,
mins and weighty reasons. to be do.
precatedt nes .espennients should be ea
vcided; and our legivlation on this sub.
ject ashool'd it :stable character.
.aw of last yesion, by removing the
;116t enoves complisintv, ham had the
effect of recouciling, in a great degree,
nur Commit population to the present
'school lawo I have not hear-cl of any
complaints fro:111e valuebte and vi
triolic portion ()four fellowcitmens,ein
-they bate been permitted to. an equal
-participation with other citizen, io the
benefits of.tho system.
I would respecifully tall your Mien
ikon the very able and satisfactory re
.port,of the superintendent of common
.100018, made at the last session of the
then any former semi ainee u e On the subject ofechool 'ands
settlement of the country; and wilqiiel4
even if it should be sold at the,-,priit
,,t. vill'heperceived upon an examination ,
imd, the preceedi of school lands. It
ent reduced prices, and aggregitiftw: itithat report, that, e0Veiat townships in
mount of value, equal that.tof priStatahave been deprieved of school
tiler year. This will sustain it(IrtVlif Waal:ion eikteen! and have never received
culturaHnterest irr its usual ,etkiw
and flourishing condition, uporN.4tch alter from the state or
'any éectidnin Eeu thereof; and that they , ,
mainly depend all the other gr:oatIl."--Aleiiiral (foternment; to au equivalent
leading interests of the Stste s4,?, ',Qv hied of which limy have been
rnqte, end soil andgengrall041'.454t!' lieVrifed. 'Alio. that there is a deficiens
settlement of tbe country; and witqfeldi
even if it should be sold at the-4priit
,A Nviilliepercetved upon an examination
'end, the procee s of ec too lands. It
ent reduced prices, and aggregiti iirlitit report, that, eeVeral tonnshipe in
mount of value, equal that.itof any4,11,tK Aiii 'mate. have been deprieved of school
mer year. This will sustain "Tr.'lgt:t. ektfionsikteen, and have never received
culturaHnterest irr its usual itiens
and flourishing condition, uport344,Ich-4re'f,!intit'ed,. alter from the state or
''rtYi'Atny nectirinin lieu thereof; and that they
mainly depend all the other gre$1"--Aleiiirist Uovernment; to au equivalent
leading interests of the State. V ,,,,.nli4,,',Ilimosed of which limy have been .
mate. end soil andgeogrihttalieci4.is2 kiln that thava itt a drficiens
sooner !or (stir, dtaw!'llui Pfele.e101.1' litifiribeei.etfrittional toweships in . la
means of paying our debts, aillPe041.1 ',tett hoeng no- 'Melton :sixteen, end
!It'ii144.,.04.4 lionprovi,elek with sehoollend under : the -
'illnitigittab'egCrerentd'iptfrtiotttautre.itate iiefll litiiri4teit.,.., in eighteen:hundred end ..
adapted loth bueinsia!ofmentfatiurin
end effereSecilitiee Ind indittementa far giving-le each townehle! incl. fractional
g twenty.seven,'.(14ngreas !Mooed a 'law
!this. branch 'ef industry w1;111 w41,tiot
alwavi e uverlooked by enterprisieg, jolt hed been made, school lands I pro.
townehip, for whichlto previous proilas,
capitaliste. The innexhaustiblebede of
teal and iron. oro, :found in many ,parte selected in the reerective land dietriete,
!portion to, the size of the tewnehte, to be'
-.of the stale, the elitensivo wale( polat
furnished by our numerousetreame, end Bititated. . The, amount of achoel land ,
..where the townships unpiovtded orrwere
Werke,. ;cluothis statetinder this act,. wits about
!created ll our varioui 'public-.
I investment el ,capitel, in teirelitate,!iii. titin Of tine has!been elected I am tin
' hold tit.etreng inducements -1.Pr ' the' thtrty thousand aoyes?:! !!W bat a porporg
' not in the iiife7ney ne a coentry 1.14.we A
munefecturint, , operatioes.
I see manufacturingesialihsitmentdeprinL;
' But- 'it. it1 Able testate, but no selections have been
eritee, is I am, informed, lo Ilia philli.
':cbtheland district, where; a great nem- .
, . . ,
! ging '11t0 existence, anI rivaling..weelifi. beid these tractional towtiiiime ere iiii-
--manufe'cituts bre alwaýe oriltilit, Atited on ihe 'irotand, that theie is no
hi 1 ti. t ri.er- k.
Ilut two, Jan.. wit...10.its iti , . au.ject
:grow h, and rarely arrive to muc,h .'itriti ? 1 to 1 A
Lporttince until the labor of: a coriotry tg-brastoto,-4,16:44,44,,44,t,ii, ,,,
1 bec'omes grente-r then the demande:ef table eleetions .,Cannkit bemede goiter
' agaculture require. We ,ntiret there-! the Isei;,..within the 'Ptiid dietric!e, Con. '-
grew, thould permilthe;seliettenr, le be
il fore look to agriculture foc.-the present;
es ihn 1". made from'othets !government Iambi Put
iaptigd ifnoiresr enenti eoitt.itilinee st at a to:1706m, which,,,out
of the dietriet.,Thie iiao oloviuMily jult,
ptiociplo wealth end resources must twi
derived, and which is specially toil- grass, : 1 restime.they woUld bot heal-
that upon a prepee,ipplicetiun te, Con- .! :.
tied to the fostering care of the legisla
ture. . from, anyluveromerii lande within tee
tate to authorize. selections to be Anide '
Education and moral intellectualtftm- ',tam': I would feapectfully pest the
provemerit among. our ctizens, are str;a- policy 'of eubmitting the whole - eubject
di y and Tepidly advancing under otit 10 cangtese,. at die preen' Bessie, and ,
liberal eystem of Instruction. That gen- 0,king that body 'testiest, a Jaw, provi .
era( intelligence. which its end must ey-,
er continue to be the great bulwarti - 4f which beet, been deprived of school see.. ,
dinc for,"'''theee fractional 'townships,
our republicen iiistituirone and Whirh la (ion eixteen;indto authorize ',elections
Om result, in a great degree, of our libe.' to be inadi,undei the BO el Cengress,
oral evi.icin of enucation, and the inqui-.
ring spirit ot Me age is rapidly incteas, from an land; tiefonging to the Genet
of eighteeo !!hendred and twenty-seven,
Ing tbrolighot,t helve hole country. it is al Getereteet'it, widen the state. The . .
a duty which we uwe to ouritelves, aa
welt as to posterity, to adopt all th? no- within thO lands:of glue, thnt are con..
Oniy lands-ewned by,' the United Stated
cesen v means, which prudence Mg). sidereeof muih. value, ate the rerterv,d
4 ggeat. nod wisdom devise, to preserve- "tine', efuhrieett wehin the limits ef
Ind poi petuate our five inetitutione.
From tie history ol the pest we may , granut.,-;,-.:Theaa' landa,rit, is expected,
the Walnieh it'd Erie, aosi Miami canal
lea, eouiething of iltre future; and it , se
it feet worthy to be remarked, that nit the eneeing- yeert and unless- Congreas
will. be breugllt.'7,irito:.market,. and eeld ',
people hitherto have long beet' able to eon be -induced to act immeriretely on ,
preserve their freedom, when the mese
of the community wide unoducuted and. ,caal,a4f little use te thw state. ,, .
the'stabject; their interference hereafter,
wiinfor med. The great end, unpreceden..
ted suet:mita which has marked our, free' :. Otir 166-4 fund and the Means of
instituunna, arid tte wiedom and pre. ofd by that imprOvident system or legit,.
educataut hive been permanently in.par
fleece which has generally characterized
the administration of our public affairs, eircurnete!ncei the sale of.our -scheol
lation which. tutherizes under certain
are mattily. to be attributed to the force teede,:jt' seems to me our' tree pelicy
of enlightened public opnion, emanating ie toieteie oleo, lends for 'bellewoo. .
, from an intelligent and well educated ;!ent
1 community. if we expect iOnvo d the were intended, and to authorize 'their .
'And Wise purposes tor OA. theiy
fete of other republics in times past:and
preserve !our tree instill-minim frbm the I ar ciicuMotancest end, when the inter.,
mile in no deli,' unless under'sery peva..
! inroad of.deapolisin and the-selgsh' ame est .01'0(0,40110e' fund would he obvious.
1,ition of the designing few, we ritual la Oiametsit.',. ,,.. :., '' ---: -- ' '
, fater anirPrhertsli the means of gener- ' Dining the past year great trobarrarta
al intruction., An enhehtened aysteen. m'ent.heta exieted ' throughout the coun-
i of edueatios by which the ruling. youth I y it) Mot4d.efreits..and eopeciall) la
III each succeeding enneration, will ,b'e tile ottoierd citieri;'.7 lax Okla tate oilr cit.
preoarsd and qualilie"d to act the out , fe tie h vie feit the preNere le a colloid.
' ageigiod tbem by the 'Oleo y ;and funds. erehle eiettenti, and ere' etoilllaboting tin.' .
niental p inciples of our gevernmeni, ei
they take their porlition on the stage of det,!ite,utifivorable influence; 'hiss '.
not however fell eh!) the same,force. rt. .
htimen action, in the strongest barr e r ua no oktit.atilli;,of 'some othei,'portions ;
that CFM be presentedigamilt anti MO'. 1 of Owl Onion.irlitittOW'inglo the fect ,. .'.
, hean pr,inciplop. We my with cond. , that we are More 'sq. aticlettill6ati than a f
! dence anticipate that so lo v sa we Main", manufsettit.inp: or commeroial -pie; .'..;'.
!lain! a liberal, enliehtent d and general -end, conteareterely ,ipealitia' i:but little ..,ð ,
l'Yntcm "I in"1"clinn in "r Stale. twr in debr,., The embarraesumut end prem.i.f..2.-
free inatitutione will lie maintained, lib. vete among our bustitieneimen in Obio,:' .,
erty and a love of order and good g"!;! I am convinced,owtilhip( but lempora.2.' '
ernment will be cheriehird, and-9 under:: rev euratiou.. Their-AOwes, liabilli, .!i- .'
Providence, we will continue to be a sulkily of...chorale? ' wi'h the greatende
prnepereue and happy people. increre-deg resources of the iountryi
There is somelopposition etill exin. will sotto enable them to recover from
ling to our system o( Clitrinn school their prenent difficultirs The mochnn
nor is it to be presumed that the oyetem ice! And agricultural;r ortione nf tho
in without some objectiumq or that any community, being got4, y out iln-,debt,
general law could at once be pot in op. liave not ex-perience '" ' Panle Amber.
eralion that would meet with wriversal tam-cents, that have .beetti felt by the .
appiehation, The !Intent eslablishad met cli,ne:s, and thine engnged in heavy
'mate, And loll andgeogralllikAtifit44eWite7"d7,-A-ra-o-, tbit-171-her-eis B-d-e-fic-te-nss-
people; and upon J his branch oPletfiet. Atts, vatted states, mit
tiob,olesignated,us es au
itary school land, ,
14110110,4-44ili',..eiti of the. suarter tow nshipe, in
try ,..murit vie principally depend, foi,t,i1,4gyout -.,irduthed awl , eight - scree, ea . t
-01111iVealth Kit felölnces.,' jt -i,l,fr,..1.vtelied Otirtetual aereýiw hid Coetresa .
dila' uneurpstelie't tertilifyl. allif'St.Ver-t, ;.ofeilldi; tie' doubt,inake good upoll a pros
Agricultural capabilitiert that1401..1,rtite.,-fevaitplitistien. .'''There 'were a log
sooner 'or later, &etc' the tati,i'elea41' -id'ailterilef frettional trawuships in this
means of paying our debte, aitirsterstatu. 'etit-64; hastng no- seinen ,..s.ixteen, end
'log the Credit .44 the ketee 11-'14iliiiir lin provi,elek w ith eChool lend under : the
that st greet portiorkotettur etate tit, WO urigu4leit.,-,,, in.eighteerthundred end ''
adapted loth bursinsitiofmentlfitedurin
and offere,facilitiee Ind indtetement6 for giving-1n each townshitr incl. fractional
g twenty.seven,.Congress passed a law
tbis. branch 's3f industry wthlt w4telot
alwaye he .overlooked by enterprising. -ion hed been made, school lands i pros
townebip, for which.no previous proirsts,
capitalists. The innexhaustible.bede of
teal and iron ore, :found in many ,parte 'portion to, the size cif the tewnahle, to be'
selected in the reseective land distriete,
-of the stme, the witensivo wale( pelel
furnished by our numerousetteame, end iiititated. ' The, amount of achoel land . ,
vhare the townallips unpiovided orrwere
Werke,. ;cluothis state.treder thie act,. was about
created hy our varioui -public-
hold tilmtrong inducements -1.Pr ' the' thrrty thousand adrees?: :What a porporg
investment et canital, in thisiestatetlit hen Of Ws listobeen elected I am uns
not in the itife7ncy ne a coentry thq,vvA A
nurnufacturior, , operatioes. ' But 'it. iii 'Able Itiatate, but no selections have been
soiree, .is I am, informed, to thei ptellet
see inanufacturingestahhshmentri eprinL., ,.,esthe Ind district, yoare. a great cum-
ging '11t0 existence, anI rivalingweelifi. -,,e.r.',,,--r these trectional toweishme ere all-1noufu'eltuto
isze alwaýii- of...0(4, Aseted, ,on, ihe;greimd, that there is no
trow h, and rarely arrive to inue,h :lent; r,,s
,portsnce -until the lobor of: a corietry tgisraereetota;:ett,..arroaa4,t,a, a,
tillable land within' the diet riCreubje ct ,
beerimes grente-r then the demand.s,:A)f table iseleetions Aannkti bemade meter ,.
agaeulture require. We ,ntuet there- the Isei;,within tit. 'Pled dietricie, Con. '- ,
fore look to agriculture for.-the preserst,
alid for serneitime to come, as the' lend, made from-othets'Acteernment Iambi put
grew thouid permilthe;selectient, le be ,, ,
ipg interest of the statelrom whicle,Our
principle w,ealth end resources must isei that upon a preper.,applicetien to'', Cone,. ... .
of ihe dietrict. , Pie ii'ae olovionely jell, '
derived, and which is specially
tied to the fostering care of the lei:isle- tate to authorize. selections to be 1-mide ,'. , '
toll- grese,: I ,restimethey woUld not heel- .
lure. . from, any leveromerii lande within tee
Edocation end moral intellectuallMrs tare.-: ' 1 woad respectfully itiggest the
provemerit among. our citizens, ere et;as policy 'of eubmitting the whole - eubject
di y and rapidly advancing under oet to congtees,' at the presort' Bessie, and ,
liberal eystetu of instruction. That gen- 0,king that body 'to' pass a Jaw, provis ,
eral. intelligence. which its end must cies,
er continue to be the great bulwarli - 4f which hire been deprived of school see.. ,
dinc for..-these fractional 'townships,
our republicen inetitutions and Which its (ion sixteen;Andto authorize 'selections
the result, in a great degree, of our lase-. to be inade,,M)der the stet a Cengress, .,,.
oral vestron pl. enucation, and the inqui-
ring opint 01 tile age is rapidly increase: from an land:belonging to the Genets
of eighteee .beitdred and twenty-nevelt, ç
.ng throlichont mew hole country. 11 is al Geternieetit, within the tete. The . . ,
s duty e Wel, oe (see to ourstelveo, as
well as to posterity, to adopt ail the nes within the lands,of glee, thnt are cone.'
only- laridi7Awried by,' the United Slated
cessis v means, w hien prudence Me). sidereeof muih; value, are the rettervsd
ts germ. and wisdom devise, to preserve' "tine', ettioreeett within the limit, ur .,
Ind porpetuare our free institutions.
From tie history ol the past we may , grsuie,,-;,.!resee' lande,ji, is expected, 1
the Witinieh send Erie, aed Miami canal ..
lea, tr. eoniething of this future; and it , se
it fact eorthy to be remarked, that ne the enetiind- year; and unless' .Congreas ,i
will be hieught.'into:'market,. and ateld t .
people hitherto have lime beeri stile to eon be -induced to act immetiettely cm , 'i
preset' ve their freedom, when the mese co ..erea.ter, r
of the community wide unoducuted and , eatti,e4f tittle use te iho stare. -,, .
the'Rebject, their interforen h r
utiiefor med. The great end, unprecedern.
ted sueceas which tow marked our, free,' :. Otit lehOol; fund and the Means of
educataM hive been permanently in.par
inetituurroa, turd tte witscloin and prus ord by that imprevident system or legies
(tepee which hos generally characterized
the administration ohm public affairs, eireurnete'riceis the sale of.our -scheol
lotion which aulherizes under, certain .
are maitily to be attributed to the force laide.';' It seams to me our tree pelicy
of enlightened public opnion, emanating re, to,--iet-sitt -theae lands for toelensee.. .
from en intelligent eel! well edueeted ,
community. if we expect (0.100 d the
IMirand 'wise purposes tor OA. thely
were intended, and to authorize ' their .
fete of other republics in times past; and
preserve otir tree Itmlititti0118 lift' the I ar eircurtioteneeet end, when the inter.,
eel in no dated unless under'yery peers..
inroad of,ciespotisto and therielgsh' ame eat efourriceeel fund would Ise obvious.
bition of the Aceignitti4 few, we meet ty prometed;,. ,,... ..'i '' ---; -- ' '
feter aod'ehertsli tire means of genes.- ' Dining the past year great emberrees ' ,
al intruction., An enlightened oysters). m'ent. Iota (Wilted throughout the coun- ,
of edueetiou bv which the ruling. youth I y te'mould.,effeits.-and especially le .
tit eace succeeding enneration,will,he she osier. eitieirs'.7 larthie elate ohr cite
preearcd and quirt:11'1;d to act the apert , sa' ne h :seri felt, the piessure le a cowed,. .. .
Doggie d them by the 'Oleo y ,and funds. creme oerenti, and are'etoilllaboring tin.' . ,
mental it inciples of our gnvernmenr, ei
they take their poilition on the stnge of det,,Itn46fivorable influence; ' hiss '.
not howevsii fell with tile same,force. eti .
human action, in the ettorigest barr e r , tia es ori-s-itierii;cif 'some ether''portions ;
that Caa be preaentedegainst anti remit-10f the Eicion.i4hissia,"ovringles the feet :.!
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