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. oztum ntrgolptAts.- THE GOVERNOR'S MESSAGI .momictilt. Is not me one well 'del,
. , From the Cinch:had Gazette. .
- ' TERMS OF PUBLICATION. od to Itetp and preserve the- petit t
. ... The OhioPemocrat and.' Advertiser, will he "We hose already cotemended ilt reasure, end has not the other preete
itehliehed weekly, at $2,00 per a m, if paid foetid, eansthle viewtrof the Ilevernor hd severdel . We aek wbicb would e
within six months, or:1$2,50 at the end of doe mmaga. We find it a document de adividnal make keeper of hie menet .
, . --PRICE OF ADVERTISING. bears a second.and a third reading. itt he- mao who would bubject it to 6
One square three insertions, . si 00 expotiitione id the main ate clear a tazarke ot bileinstos end snectiltitiout
.- Eeery additional insertion, - 25 juoit. ;The afrairs- of the State are pro Vhde .eintael-9 coeflagratihns, sod
.:. Larger charged in proportion. . . - seated in the most favourable 'tepee, bad speculetionti occur, it will be sato i
A liberal discount made to those who lad- an aspect, which we bope the facts may to lock up money than to loin it.
-ferns,' by.the year.
Printing of every description executed sustain in every thing. There is not
- with the utmostdespateh. one Jacobiniaal -feature in the whole THE CLERK OF THE HOUSE.
All Lettere add communiettions, must b document. Putties the"best foot fore- The circumetances attending the or
ipostpaide. most is allowable in all inn papers.' ganization of the Hemel of Represten
) --- An allowance, of which -the Go 0 nor tatives will place this gentleman in it
.0 FFICIAL MAJORITY IN MI& has undoubtedly availed himself in the prominent aimed before the people ot
' SISSiPPI. paper before us; but.' iu ellewable dee the union. That they wiil make him
'111111PICX1Or gree of moderation." favourable known to her reflecting tit
, izetis of all parties we sincerely believe;
Front the Cleveland Gazette. bit they will. create for him a WON(
-For A. G,, McNutt the Democi atic '
"Gov. Shannon's Meesage us a ottachment among the advocates of lib
. , Candidate or Governor.
whole, it strikes 119t is the feeblest one oral principles we need not. add, Tbe
.We Cake the following from the Coe
that has ()nate years emannted from the well earned laurel acquired by hurtle
,Iumbus 011.) ÐOMOCIErt of the 2301.
Executive of the State- It neither con- the hotly contested political struggles of
. It will be POO that the Democratic) iris,
Mine statesmatiehke views of the coups hie native state, have been eclipsed by
umph is complete. the whole State tick
try aed ef the policy to be pureued, nor the discretion and propriety flue con
Sli being elected by a glorious majority.
specifics ,recommendations of meaeuren duct in the delicate situation tn which
-- Besidel ink we have about six major.
to beone adopted. On some important ho has been placed on the more Wee
aril, the Senate, and eighteen in the
topics there is so much indefinite talk, ded sphere of 'wino& concernment.
House.. making twenty-four con joint bolo
tbat no one can gather his views or p- ile a member of the Virginia Legielse
lot! Eternal honor to the radical De
pinione, but the reader, after wading Lure, Mr. Garland's reputatioh wait of
itineracy of .Regenerated Mississippi!
through coluins ot trite, heavy, incoo the tiret order; eplendid, talents end
- ---!The following are the official return
gruoue argumentatiou, finds nothing in highly cultivated acquirements, untline
for members of Congress and State
the shape of. a conch' lion to repay his ching devotion to the political princi-officere.'
It was banded in to us by a
trouble." pies floe choice, and great amiability
gentleman just from Jackson: , ,
'rhe foregoIng is the most remarka- of temper and a epotleas integrity were
- ' For Governor.
. Dern. ' ?ed. ble coineidence of opinion among men universally conceded to him. It will be
15,591 we 'have ever eeen, and id decidedly no derogalion to him withthe Ointerrill
McNutt, 18.710 Turner,
For Congress. the most perfect ()tedium) of flie succeed ed Dentocracy' of Ibis city, hilt on the
' Brown, 18,491,., Bingentan, 15,907 of Gen. Allen in oconeolidating" the contrary a mill higher recommendation,
-Thompson. 18,310 .., Davie. . 14o978 opinions ofhie friende that bah yet met that during tie brilliant legieative ca
Secretorti 'of State. our e, e. The Cincinnatti Gazette is , reer he never eacrtficed principle at the
Woodward, .18,405 Y Jennings, 15,105 tbe leading daily federal paper in the i shrine of temporizing expediency, nor
' - Par ..edttar. . 13,997 south west of the Statethe Cleveland , was ever diverted from the unceasting
Baunders, - ; 19,574 - Cruso,
Gazette ia the leading daily federal pae !advoeacy of doctiineshf genuine end
' For Treaourer.
839 per in the north-east, and we commend I radical democracy by the dietalion of
Witilame, , 17,79O - Pitz, . 14;
thiljaztasposition of 'democratic whig91 would-be leaden), the solicitatione of
RIO LEGISLATURE. noticlas to all aensihle people. The &atilt demagogues,' or the adverb in,
. : krom the Statesman. truth is, the fetid, by a bort of agree. fluence of eny extraneous itterents.
SENATE.' mem, set out with a shout in favour al But it is upon the field where he
FRIDAY. Dec. 13, isao: the Meesages but finding themselves on stands exposed to the scrutinizing gaze
A F T E a N 0 0 N S E SS 1.0 N. the wrong deent, are trying to back wa- of the people of the whole nniOn, that
Mr. Hootetter offered a reeolution, ter.. . be has achieved mill higher renown.
instructing Me judiciary committee to Let our democraticTriends throughs Called one year eince by the popular
inquire into the propriely ol giving the out the State, file carefully. all the fed. body ef our National Legielature, very
eral mere that collodion( On the Mess unexpectedly, and wnhout the utterance
entirt of Common Please power to grant
divorcee. which was agreed to. sage of the Governorthey may be the of any wish upon hie pelt, to fill the re.
On motion of Mr. SAYLOR, the res.; beet witnese hereafter,- against this pies spoueible trust of Clerk of the Heusi,
olution in relation to printing the. Gee- bald and incongruous party. A writer made. Vacant by the death of the thee
minor's meesage in the Germen len.. in the State Journal of last evening, is late incunibent, he diecharged its daties
gunge, wee taken up and indefinitely tb trouble, and tabs to cooz the Editor with credit le himself anti satiefaction
to take back hid compliments of the to hie constituent& 'The Immo of the
peetponed. ., ,, P . - ' '
The Senate then adjourned until Meesage. Gentleman, vou bad better miet Year has place him in the midet of
. ,, , ' do as the Editor of tbe Journal adv is- a criels well calculated to test his criers
- - ed his friend. in the Legislature keep gy, (liberation end self command. That
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATITES. OW Statesman. . ' . be has borne himself nobly end calmly
FRIDAY. DEC. 13, 1839. . under his difficulties we need not any,
A FTERNOON SESSION. , From the Day State Democrat. ,- for it is the unanimous tneed of the rem.
The Hoene went into committee of SAFETY OF THE PUBLIC sonable of all puttee. His course hes
the whole, and the following bills were - FUNDS. - been well .considated, well fortified, '
- atonatnereK ' Tlie bill 10 iheorporate Some of the Federalism nr tend to and well' carried one. ' Neither the int.
inn ntNI ii104Lial Ciouice van etre-id.d believe that the funds of the G meral suiting taunts, .or haughty bravado co i
anti ordered to be engrossed. 'The bill Government would not be tosfe in the . the heard mimeos hoe kr a momeni 1
to establish a state road in the counties vaults of the Independent Treaeury shfficed to ruffle the cool placidity of hit I
of Putnam and Allonreported with or, in other, wordy, in the custody of temper. All reasonable objection'
one emeetiment and ordered le be en- officer. appointed to take charge of it his proceeding)) have, with the permit,-
. ueder various checks and eevere penal- sion of the House. been ably and tri
grostied. The bill to amend act to pro
vide for the election grid resignation of ties; We have a case in point in vela- urnphantly refuted... .
justiced of the Peacereeorted with lion to this matter, of the safekeeping It isi with regret therefore we learn,
sundry stoOndllientrit Ond ordered to be "of the public moneys. Since the swabs ihat feelings of delicacy have determin,
.- '' , liehtnent of the United States Mint, as el M G. ;land to dee'ind a reselection,
On motion of Mr. BARTLY,Y9 the bout 71,000,000 of dollars have been in order that the violence of politics
House took up ti e reeollitim offered by .coined by the public officers under pen 4ppOOItIOn. or the hatred of personai
him this MOM ng) in relation to the ap: &lien and not a dollar .has been lota. enmity, may have no caude to questioi
pointmont of a committee to matte car- The IndependentTreasury provides the the purity of hie motives. We hop
lain inquiriee relative to the 'Albite im. same security as those which Inave made Air friends in the House will by no
provomente, commenced under the Gen. our mint perfectly eocure. . norms consent to 'hie, but that they wit,
eral Internal Improvemen Law. Mr. .". The two poems orkeeping the pub- .iy a atrong and flattering vote agaii
Treasury idace him where he has been so useful
II, mode a few remark's in favor of his lie treaeuryand Independent
metion, when. ' and Stele Bsok syntemare very con- -New &a. -
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FRIDAY. DEM, 13, 1839. '
A FTERNOON SESSION. , From the Bay State Democrat. ,-
The House went into committee of SAFETY OF l'HE " PUBLIC
tlie while, and tbe following bills were - FUNDS. -
- sionntiterert ' Tlie bill' to afdorpoiate Some of the Federalism to lend to
Itle titiq liLtioifel CIAMICa nce ctre.idd believe that the hinds of the G -ntral
anti ordered to be engrossed. 'The bill Government would not be mete In the
to establish a state road in the counties vaults of the Independent Treasury
of Putnam and Allenreported with or, in other, werd8, in the custody of
one ementiment and ordered to be en- officer. appointed to take charge of it
grossed. The bill to amend act to pro- andet various checks and oevere penal
vide for the election and resignation ,of ties; We have a case in point in vela
justices of the Peacereported witb 11011 to this matter, of the safekeeping
aundry amendments, and ordered to be "of the public moneys. Since the swab- ,
engroesed. - ' liahrnent of the United States Mint, a-I
On motion of Mr.. BARTLRY, the bout 71,000,000 of dollars have been
House took up ll e resoluti.tn offered by .coined by the public officers under pen
him ibis morn ng, in relation to the ap: allies and not a dollar .has been lost 1
pointmont of e committee to make cer- The Independent-Ts easury provides the
lain inquiries relative to the publie im. same security as those which have made
provonsenta, constnenced under the Gen. our mint perfectly oecure. .
eral Internal Improvemen Law. Mr. -.". The two systems orkeeping the pub
II, mede a few remark's in favoi of his lic 'remarryand Independent Treasury
metion, when. ' and State Bank sysitemare very con
' Mr. FORD move, and meid, he was of .citielY and plainly set forth in the ad
opinion that an .soverstigation, such al dreg's' of the St. Lawrence county (N.
the -resolution called for, was entirely Y.) Democratic .Convention as follows,:
unnecessary. He objected to the power Independent 'ireasury.
conferred on the committee to send for Four new officers seven in all.
persons and papers. It would be wen... Pabitcly appointed by the President,
ded with an evp nse of two or three with the advice and consent of the Sep
thousiand dollen,. There is nothing to ale. '
warrent a step of this kind, Ail the Officers ire punirshed for violations
facts are already before the Hougeif of duty by fine and impriboriment.
. ant, tho board of public works, and the Disgrace and ruiu follow violation of
'several companies can furnish them. .
. He hoped the resolution would not pa-s. When an officer violates his duty, or
, Mr. MORRIS moved that tbe word it ie lesr d be will do tie, the Executive
',Tensor's" be stricken out; : can remove him and appoint another
Mr. ItarrLav accepted the amen& to take puseett6ion and care of the peo
ment. He could not conceive that the ple's money. . ..
committee wodti neva eatily be put to ,-Tlie Government can control its own
the trouble or entail the impetus that money when waisted-for public purpoa
dm gentleman from Gesuga (Mr. Ford) es. ''- - . - .
imagined. if there were gentlemen in The blight of the public scein will fall
stie Houma who were willing to serve upon an officer rOf embezzling pablic
tinder the resolution, be thought it was mutter. .
proper they shonld do so. The infer- . Pubhc money not to be used, or in
'nation called for wee of the most im- any manner subject to baz rd.
i ortant character, and shook! be had State Bank System.
Es soon as possible. - Several hundred are liable to be int.
A resolution has already passed thb creased io ihoutiands.
liouse, deleting action On the 6-plunder Privately appointed by the Secretary
Let!' until the first Monday in January of the Treasury.
text, and the information called for by Not punishable at all. .
the roeolution now before the house, Was this the case with the deposite
should be had without delay. Ile bos banks in IS377
ped the rcsolution would pass. " - . If the.batik violaiets its duty, the am..
A vote wait then takt'n on the adop- ernInent can, in" case or n failere, mess
tionof the iesclution,. and it WIN lost. to deposite in banks but can neither
Yeas 25 --Nays 29 take posseseion of n hat balongs to it, or
.. Mr. FL000 offered the following:yes. punish the outhors of violated faith.
. solution which was agreed to: . . Itcannot control the public money ,
.13,0 Ived by the General assembly of whnn 'needed, it can only sue and cols I
the. &ate of Ohio, That the witeess sub- lect if il car. I
rened in relation to the right of Geo. The suspension and terms's! to pay in
W. Adams, Esq., the sitting membei IS37, allows; that when the numbere
linm the count:, of Muskidgum, to a
r est ott this floor, bo pairfthe usual foes
.ws..Aaty tli tutiwniiiguliit 10 n
t eat ott this floor, be paid' the usual foes
0111 early, money in the Treaaury not
otherwise appropriated, on the warrant
of the Apeolter of the Houae ofIlepres
Motives on the order of the Additor of
Stow . . ,, . ..
, .T114 House then . adjourned until
Monday morning, 10 o'clock. .
aro g-eat, the consequences are not to
be feared at all:
.'y 8 .. .. --'1------ " ""
be 'noted at all; .
Authorizes lending it to merchants,
shippers and speculators,. subject to all
the hazard ef fire and water, had bpec.
teationa andlod faith.
These ate some fib kominent Ms
ferences between the two s)stems.
Which is mobt likely to be oleo and e-
C011itnitidi011 Merchant,- is, Boot
East side tit the Canal.
Having jubt received, and constanik
neaps on hand, a general assortment el
goods, aueh as:
Coffee, 7eas, Sugars'. Liquors. .0ils.
Smoking 4, Chewing 7'obacco, Confec
tionaries, Rock Salt. Ground Pepper,
illepice, Mustard, Ginger, Bar and
Shaving Soap, Chocalate, Salaratus
Shoe Blacking, Black , :Red
:-Vriting Paper Quills
of aa kinds, Loco VoCo ',Matches,' eon
dies, Pepper Sauce, Wines of 1111.-,dep
criptions, fre. .
cription8-4c. 4,c. 4-c. - - ,....
BOOTS liC STIOES
Mons fine and coarse Boots, --fine 4
Millie Brogans, Gaiter Boots, tzlippe
4, Shoes, tc. itc. . 1
Orders for any description of Boot'?
iS, Shoes, can be filled on rea.onable no..
lice, and on the most satisfactory terms.
Canal Dover, Nov., 19. 1839.
RLOOM,RAISAINS0.-For Pale by
Jour So FERT1G.
rfil N11 OLIENT Shaving Soap.-For
IVA male by iS. PERT1G.
rilltIOMPSON &en's., Premium
Chemical.Oil, Paste Blecknig.-
For sale by S. FERTIG.
irlOMMON RIFLE, 4, Blasliug
Powder. For sale by
liblittSuiNi 8 Cetebrated Maui;
11-. Writing Inito.For Sale by
I ,. - 8. PERTIO.
i LCI'lleit.1) W lliWitili . ny the
I ,Barrel 'or . leas gliantilY For
ale by S. FERT1G.
Tr NDIAN RIFLE POWDEMFor
S. FE ItT10.
1 Noy 19 16-if
IL Role by
nt OVER HOTEL b,) auth
CUirrowner, Front st. Dural fron
ictury et. ,
(10MM ERCIAL HOTEL by Joh'
111,.Tucket, Front at.
riliAtIMERS & MECHANICF
IL HOTEL by Daniel Kolemboogh.
Market et. above Front et.
41.-, RS. MeMEAL & STEE:AL
Medidel prectitionere Front et.
aext doodle the Chin Demoerat.Oinee.
Vk MULL pt ceme bt oppo
site the AlethodiNt Church. -
1JUS lir MEDICINES.
A General Assortment of Drugs to
zm'bo bad at Moottledy 34 Mclatain's
New Store on Factory et. 3 doors east
from Second tn.
raj 1LDT & Coo. Drug Smite Facto.
nary et. 4 doors from Second at.
RAUCHER, WELTY, & Co,
We Dealers in Dry Goode, Grocer
tirc. corner of Factory.and Second
M GRAHAM & co, North eas 1
corner of Second & Factory lii
Dealers in Drv Goodo,
Hardware,Equensware &c &c.
HENRY ARLINGTON Grocer,
Factory 'tit eaot. from Second
MIONTFREDY iS; McILEANs
,,,,,,, R. ,....,, , ,
Wholesale retail Dealers lo
Dry blood, Groceries, Hardware Sze
it LICKENSDERFER & co. Dee.
'i lets in Dry Goode Groceries, &c.
TOHN SMITH & co, Heider in
UP Dry goods, Hardware, Grocatica
&c.ractory at. north tilde.
ZOHN BURRESS, Grocer, Fac
IU tory fit. 4 doors weet from from et.
AMES WALTON Grocer, North
lo east coiner of front and Factory oh
TAIERTIG & 'TORREY, Groccre,
Ji! Factory sr. east side, of dm cana
tit kir.t4.11AIVI dzco'e Commis'
V siou & Storage Warehouee,
Front at. 3d door trek Factory st.
ylfr LICKENSDEREER &cu. Com
'11 stitaaion Merchants, Front ei
wo doors awl) from Factory rot.
nRAUCLIER & GRALLIM'S COli
'11147rassa;o7-AVarehri.u;a, currier ,c
stctury & Front et.
;BILDT. jr, Conimission Met
chant, Front tt Factory Fat.
lAtalt) t 0 otoibibu L011i
in1WliOn Witahouse, ou Factor)
adjoining the Basin.
RICKETS. Cabinet Wareroon
mecon nerh nr Paelnry of.
011,Ni KINABY, Tailor Front et.
ppoeite the Bridge.
A. LITTLE, Tailor, Front at
one door Rbove Factory mt. ,
NEWBURGH, TAior Fac
tory al. north aide.
Itiff M. ,BOILCHFIELD Tat lot.
Itoecond et. oath from 'Main at.
p. G. GRA HAM, Boot & She.
Store, Factory et east bide of tti
'anat. ' '
HAWK. 13001 and Phoe trinket.
0. Mattel et: one door cant of tht
IFEWING & TORREY, Whole
eele & Rem! Boot & ;bot. Muni;
(admen., Foes-ory bt. eto4 of die Om
MARTIN, Boot & Shm, mak,
-FRelosry ot. west from front St. '
A B 'NIECKEN6ON, Boot
1 B ,NIECKEN6ON, Boot ;4
i ' 4--
AShoe makersecond at. one don,
th from Factory. .
RIUKSECKER. Ciock & Watch.
maker, Corner of Factory & front to
1HARLES WILSON itatterocc
.ond st. west side. -
1. W., WARREN Chair make'
14 Main steel mull) el. mecorid PI.
r--,-,.-ANT,---,E-f L, 'fiti and bbee'
, '--. -----
Ma.ntinte!nry. Factor, el
ji, AKER AND BARBOtiGH. Tin
I and Sheet Iron Manufactoty Foe-
f et.-south side .
Itr SPOONER A it or ney ar.Law,
' V Front at. North alba Commer
---, ION tI.,,, Paintfr and t.t iczet
Asecond et. oast side.
,vðir 7. k IA A li- . ir , , A, I. as ...:1
itAl sh,(0, makersecond tit. one don,
north from Factory. , '
RIUKSECKER. Ciock A, Watt,
llnialter, C.oroer of Factory 6; front to
CHARLES WILSoN Hatter, see
ond tit. west side.
W. WARREN Chair make'
Mail Meet vorth a mecorld PI. .
tratTAN'fira L, Tin and bitee'
iron Mannroctory. Factory mt
tta, AKER ANUTiARBOliGH, Ttn
,11.11 and Sheet Iron ManuffIctoty Fac
tory mt. booth mide
SPOONER Attorney nt:Liavd-
Front at. North albs Comm..
-114 Affitt.", ?mu., and (lIczet
second et. seat aide.
Wiy- b. ALTUA l'inugh and
Waggon Maourectory, ""nd I
at WAR! PIM&
at. west sido.
SEL, Waggon and Plough
3111VVal:uractory raecond el. west side. I
ask rheOpFitolu.er,hareakcstomryli.1), adjoan
A Ivi v r r i 1, 'MO91111114 enplaning
111.the Plough factory.
JOB PRINTING of all descriptions
done at this OFFICB
DILDT,ir, Costimiesion Mel
r chant, Front tt Fortory ht.
tiLtabt) i 1.0 Ott Oh Isom
IL, ppoeite the Bridge.
1 if A. LITTLE. Tailor, Front a
USEPH W. acm.ici re-
asp opectrultx inturm b;o Intim Boo
the publoc to general. that be carries oe
the above business in all veriouv
brioches. one door East al. 1. Smith's.
Store, where be niay at all times be
wand to attend to all work intrusted to
him. Be flatters himself it will be
done as durable,.neat and fashionable,
as it can be done in the country, as be
intends at ell times to keep in his ern
ploy good competent workman, lind he
mean. to receive' the Fabhiona isatoply
provided for. ,
, To accommodate his friends in the I
country, he will take nearly all kindly ot t
N. B. One or two apprentices wan.
ted inimediatelLto learu the Taileting
business. Boys between the age of 15
and 16, would be preferred. They muss
be of good character, as reconinsentia.
tions of industry, honesty, and sobrie.
try, will be required. A
Canal Dover, Aug. 15, 1839. tE
BOOT & SHOE STORE
Situated irs the House wijoining East
of the Market House, Akio
RESPECTFULLY informs the eit
item, New Philadelphia, that
he carries on The above Business in all
ol ita various branches, and as lie keeps
Di ild Tang)" un'nent"' allu 115 " "V"
none other than his own manufacture,
he can . confidently recommend his work
to all who may favor him with their cus
Particular attention will be given to
the manufac ure of Gentlemen's
FINE. BOOTS, .
as this work will be done by one of the
beet Bootmes in the couniry. ALSO
Ladies' Work by Measure.
A general assortment of BOOTS &
SHOES (of bus own make) constantly
The Public are respectfully invited to
give him a call before purchasing else
where. Nw Phihtdelp.hia. Aug. 16. It33
COME!! TOE TIIE CIIA LK ! !
THE subscriber wishing to enlarge his
groceries.finds it necessary to call up
on those who are inde6ted to bim either by
Book, note, or otherwise, in order that be may
meet his ends. He regrets to be under this
necessity,but circumstances urge hitn to it.
Those who cannot possibly pay the full alLO011i
will confer a favor by settling part. yet, mon
ey he must have, and that on or before the 26th
of this nitnith. So take notice. -
JA NIES U. PATRICK. ,
N. 13. He still tcotitinues to Sell st a ssto
much lower than can be had mans, other place
in town at his Store, nest door to Mrs Albert's
Hotel. , . J. U. P.
Juir 30, 1830.nft
Ise JOIN ET11711 ' '
HOUSE, SIGN, ORNA Ai EN1,IL 13-Aili
TER ti GLAZIER.
.. ?el: tilt rr, ap renetria ri ;If no 71 tvl tier inetitti
that he hat eoteromrel 'Mr 'Move ini
Miura immediately over Itil(;11ALL l'i1.1.',
Waggon 8 iiip, where he intends to carry it el
in ail its various oratirkes. Ile also lias Nal
:meted with the abovethe Paper lialigilig
which he' promises shall not be surpassed by
my. His work shall be done iii ix bliiii Nth
mariner that will show for its self. .
lie el'so will attend to work in the country
Canal Dover, Aug. 15, 1839. 3mo.
AN DR ETV SEATON. ,
OrHA- NKFUL for past favors, would in.
form the Farmers and Wool Growers
Tuscarawas county and the counties adjoin.,
th at he cootirmeg to
short notice. Having a first rate Double
Carding Machine and the best of Machinery for
Dressing Cloth, together with an experienced
ind feels (pent m
4twitig that his customers may rest sssured Of
inVilig their work done in the best manner.
The prices for Carding is 6 1-4 cents per
pomid, and the prices' for Cloth Dressing shall
Alt kinds of produce reek:wed in payment for
work,--att tvork must be paid for before taken
'non the shop. All kinds of Wood Turning
lone on short notice.
New Mny 3, 1839.
A T BOLIVA
rtgri HE suhseriber woold respectdilly piece
- j1; before the public the following Synopoil
of a splendid assortitint of
which be has ynst received rem the East.
I., from the Fast, bars just received direct.
maple and Emmy (mods, of choice and neat
American, French and English Calicoes,
Assorted Ribbons. and yankee Corn Hoes ;
Colored Cambricks, Tin and Wood Pails,
Fickings, Thread lace and Pittsburgh Nails,
Einbroidered beta. plain and striped Situated,
Latches, Hinges, plain and fancy Grecianette,
Edging. Footing & cord watered Belting,
Ladies' gloves, tin Pans & work'd Insetting.
Red Padding, Cloths, black green, gre sync'
. blue, .
Bed Cords, coil Rope, and Handsaws Ion.
Orleans Sugar, Mohair Silk and Satin Stocks,
Ladies' Bonnets, Iron Squares & Como Seeks
Italian Lustering, col'd Florence & Gro ile nal),
I1 ri inni 8n11.181nritae(rlb191:1:131; r?aal nl tGfel yri FWeartilidneSCH411rddf I. sai al fddiaTreen4W; allr'r a' 78' 111
10tristsql:blaftegs: gGe:rn 117u fib' acilxid"TrePrittne8;' ALSO,
Harnmera, Waiters, and Cordsof Hemp & Sea, MI kinds of carriage, Dearborn wog,
Iron Steel, Brandy, Wine and Cedar Ware, Boat hareens't with every otherarticle
Oriental Braid, in fine, all kinds idiom awn line entwines' whkch is required la
rihance, I've named your fancy or 1 ' P4).
Harnmers, Weiters:ati'd Cordsof Hemp & Sea,
Iron Steel, Brandy, Wine and Cedar Ware,
Oriental Braid, io fine, all kinds oftenv6mm
Reader, perchance. I've named your Caney; Av.
. . r..v, vo vansou Twig" luncy Or 1
Ifs, " The mite high Heaven bestowed
thee 1111 share,"
Shnnið Pinatar PIA nr Rinft wnlo ttrfetkrat .
Should Plaster, Flak or Salt, your urgent wants
....e.,..d.eznedr, A ur cati, your urgent wants
Call at: number One, ki .1) a. ve Ill en:
.- -- "'go or i a eV 7, Fti '
demand, - - i Ph I d ii ir
Call at: number One, for I have them all en 'ammrztz1--- --- -
hand. ISAAC TELLER. ALL KIINT
Will B NALTON, Blackmith SUE!
almond 81 WON Sid& TIM OM
err , , e :
,DfLY... GOODS ,
GLASS AND 0 DEENSWARE,
OF EVERY VARIETY.
Ty" , GRAHAM & Co., are now re..
ceiving a new supply of Goo4s, ,
consisting or almost every vari
ety. which they will be happy to 'how their
friends and customers- Feeling assured that -
they can give ea good largains u can be bad its
this part of the country. heir stock compd..
ses no pan of the following articles, viz
; Cloths Cassamares Pnissian do -
Cablinens Moreno Gloves, Crapes
Flannels Prints Bobinetts, Swine.
Cambrica Edgings, breedings
Brown Hussain. Carpeting, Bangup
Bleached Moulins Peter Sham
Mailings Sheeting. Plain, Straw &
Tickings Cot. Yarn .can Bonnets -
Canvass Padding Apron Checks
Worsted Cotton 4 Furnetune do ' -,
Lambs Wool Stock- Fornetune Calico
pigs. 'Rose Blankets -
L-9 Wadding, Batting
Plain & Fancy sillo Comb., Needle Pine
" Get) D Swiss
Gat & Lacing But.
Colored Florences Stocks, Sli;rts 4 col
Poop Cravat lora , t
Vista, Shoos & gooks.
Lit, Dark & Fatic Ako, a genera as.
ibbona sontrient of Groce
Dress Hdkik ries, viz Tea , Cof
- " Shawia kat Bogor and Mo.
Merino Shawls ' lassos, dic. '
IRON, Nails, Fait, Fish, Tar. Pore, Li..
quors, itte. 'i.e.Hardware, queensware. Ste.
An invitation is extended to those wishing to
buy, to call and examine. ' r .
buy, to call and examine. r .
With many thanks for past favors, 1 would
inform my friends and customers, that 1 have
associated Mc. Id. BIGELOW with me in
businessand would respectfully request thou
who are indebted to me, either by note or book
account, to call and souk huniedtately:
Dover, Sept. 6, 1839. notistt
Boots 4s Shoes.
Nils and Moré. '
READ y MADE-AU FOR
.2 .1f Et, BY
RTIN who would respeettlity inform
3 .- utd friends and the publie,that be 2
still carries on the above business, tu
various brancliPs, one door Eliot of J Bin,
ress' Grocery Store, having Just received a tte07
and mem! assortment of BOOTS ilk 8110PA
&c.. adapted. to the SeasonBeing earein.ty
selected by and from several of the most- nue-.
rienced manufactures, in MC City, may be rctied
on to be good.
Intending also MOM extensively to cambia,
the. manufacturing bulimia's, by keel ing
employ the beat workman, be can obtain, end
Into-Mg.-0e tibioNdmice Storok and fin
dings, which chairing', Comparison iN ptaeo.
Ue llopeorrovidence ?ern initlg to lie able COW
stonily to furnish actindau'elsoisa, give general'
vitisiliction, and jusifv merit a sultioient share or
publie Daern:ined to itnprove hie
nusiLess by all fair meanslie assures those who
may favour Iiim with a cell. that he will sell me
low for good pay, as any ariielPs or the sanie
kind, end quality, so far so lie knows can be
had in this part of the Country.
N. B. All rips and premature breaches if rev
turned, wilt be repaired free of expence. '
,, Canal Dover, Dec. 4. 1839. tr.
NOTICE is hereby given to ail persons, in.
terested Olt at my instance a writ of Attach.,
ment, was this day isbued by Andrew flattery
a Justice of the Peace for the ToWnship of Susi
gar Creek, County of Tusearawas, against the,
goods and chunks, rights, credits, moneys and
effects of Phineas M. Janney an absconding
debtorand an infamous Viltien.
Nov. 29th, 1839.
CIASII IS WANTED.
rirHE subscriber wishing to settle up hie
business as fast as possible Earnestly re.
quest iall persons indepted Ito him call
and pay the same on or before the first day of
January Ic40, those who Neglect this notice.
will -find their accounts in the bands of D. Kai.
ler for Collection Mier that date without Res.
pect to persons.
SAM UEL CROSSLAND.
Deo. 6, 1839. tr.
WSPECTFUL1,11 inrorm thelpnblic that
lin has purchased the Saddle & fiat.
nem ma king ebtablishment belonging to John
'freannrond intends to carry on the business
as usual and manufacture men and women'a
saddles in the newest fashion and of Ilia bed
A L S 0 ,
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MI kinds of carriage, Dearborn wegon,m,- ".:"--t,,, , '
Boat harstess't with every otheeartiole f;:i. 11,:ed ft
line otbusinees tv hkeit is required in lb' .
trY. Iv. - I fro.
no natters himset .84,,
hit work will be latisfactory,e
may employ him. Ile will s
ate term, and take all kinds or
try produce in payment.
New Philadelphia, July
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