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t GLORIOUS NEWS FlIOM MIS
k In the Coiumbes (Mississippi) Dern.
Orrat of the 18th inst. ore find the tot
; lowing cheerio news of the re-election
) ' ot that ,able and independent Senator,
' Robert J. Walker:
. EtinTloN oF u. s.' SENATOR.
. "Inthe afternoon of this day, the two
11 Houses nseuthied in the Representa
tives hag fur the purpose t f electing a
r TI. S. Senator, fi)r env years from the
. . 4th clay of March, 1811, Mr. Walt"
,, of the Senate, nominated the Hon. II,
1' . J. Walker ; Mr. Murchison of the
House nonynated the Hon S. S. Pratt,
tisk On the first call of the toll the
,,,,, vote mood:
, For Robert J. Volker, 10.
., , " S. S. Prentiss, 37 ,
" Scattering. 8
i ' "So Robert .T. Walker was re-elec,
i. ted by a materity of 25 votos over all
:P . opponente.6
i' The same paper gives the following
as the official vote for Gorvernort
- ror Alexander G. McNutt, 18.821
t s- ,-.,0" 'Edward Turner, 15,763
'Majority for McNutt, 3,058
, From the Ohio Statesman.
THE MAINE BOUNDARY.
That this important, and already too
long delayed controversy will yet have
to be settled by the cannon's mouth,
we have no doubt. In fact, we never
have bad any other opinion. since we
.examined the subject. , The United
States are bound to secure to Maine her
whole Territory, and Maine of cowrie,
will not, at this late day, yield a foot of
her Territoryand Great Britain dare
not settle the line as originally made
she cannot do this and preserve the Can
adasshe must therefore make a show
of fight for the territory, though in the
face otown treaty, while in fact, she is
fghting merely to p'ease Canada. The
merits of the ease, will be en attempt
on the part of Canada, to take from the
United States a portion of her territory
as clearly their own, ae the land on
which ie built Vow York, Philadelphia
or the National Capitol, England, by
eolemn treaty settled the line or boun
dary, but Confide, not finding it cons
venient to yield all the territory on our
nide of the line, is determined to ta.ke it
by force, by fighting uo, or rebelling a..
gainst England if she does not aid in
the attempted robbery. This is the
whole coneern.England would gladly
get rift of the matter, but she Cannot,
except by the loss of Canada. Well,
let our authorities at Washington meet
the erisiedelay nonsense. The
longer it is left the worse it will get.
While the Canadiana are endeavoring
to chop otre pieoe of Maine sod add it
to their. possessions, se in title region
ofT a piece Squally as value.
tile, along Lake Erie and the Detroit
AR eomewhat connected with this
subject, we give the following from the
Monire 'amid, received by the cis.
tern mail of yesterday morning
"In the Quebec Mercury of Thursday
lase. wp find the following memorandum
by Ilia Excellency Sir John
Illetvly, the Lieutenant Governor of he
Pro cce of New Brunswick. We do
not know the motives which have indu.
ced ois Excellency to issue it, bet it (too,
possibly be in consequence of informa
tion he has received front the Impede'
Government, that, in the eltaat of Mes
Frs. Peatlierstoribangh and Miirtge's re.-
port of their survey of the disputed ter.
rime)? agreeing witif the position already
maintained hy Great Britian. the whole
energies of the empite ell' be rolled in
to action to enforce our possession of it,
even st the east of a a Fil with the Uni
ted States. Al hoogli those gentlemen
Imv3 not allowed the particulars of their
report to trammire, it is more than pro.
thst its details are in the posep.
sion of Sir John Harvey, alto! that they
are in nue In ease of a general
wsp, he' recommendations oi seir John
are oxtreincly judicitets-, end we uuder
attin,lttrey were ated upon with the
moot beneficial results during the war
of 181!, and 1110 solt-egeont yeari.
am desiroun of impress7ne, upon the
inhabitants of the frontier diatricts of
this Province. that in the event of I. es
tilities with the United States, the in st
prudent eourwe to.be pureued, (on eith
er side, for the in.aolito to oe effectual,
mast be recip,ocal) would in my opinion,
be that of etri t neutrality. Let the bor
a' rare roma abet that, as ennneeted with
the war, we ehould unhappily he enno.
Felicia to engage in one,, no national ob.
Jed can possibly be advanced, by any
displayeil of hostile feelingo, towards
'itch other. 'Phey, might, it is true,
amtnally subject ench other to ennatant
elarmo, great calamities, sufferings and
distreast hut their utmost efforts must
toe as a drop of water in the determine.,
Con of the great netional questions at
inQuot which must be decided elsewhere
by the great nal: NI military .revour
. cos of he great poWers engaged in the
tonflict. And let :he inhabitants of
this Province repose, with ',confidence,
upon the protection of the parent State
whirl' is alike able and willing to throw
her powefful shield over all who have
a just claim to jter protection and des
...HENRY D. GILPIN, E-q of Penn
aylvania, has been appointed by thEyre
trident and Sow, Attorney General or
Etn United States.
ream the Glohe. 1
The fl,earat pirly die 141,1111m.
of Mviaacho-,etta have at lam. after dr,
wirring at every VP,. con.ented to at
Finites Maims MOItTeN Governor all ,
trate. Thin was not a suhrnission ti
the will of the majority of the people.
by whose auffrage he was el I h
to the fear that defeating hitn, owlet the
potty pretext strIgeoeð fur the piirpose.
they would increase hia casjoriii nt the
next election. The principal olijoetion
taken, with a vie to set aviðe his elec
tion, was, that the certiAcate or the re
Write from nue of the town. matting hit,
majority, was written tipon thtt.. outside
efthe paper containing the polls. instead
et the inside, although the law is silent
upon the point.
The Boston IltiornIng Post, spetating ne the
grave exception to the polls by which the suf.
lieges of upward.; of litlyone thenoind freemen
WON to be annihilated, call it 4the miser able
qiiibble that the town clerk of Westfield put his
attestation on the outside instead of inside the t
sheet containing the returns, which are duly
For this desperate ettempt to overthroW 1
election made by democratic suffrage, ten fader.
al members in the Senate, and forty lea in the
House of Representatives votedand this, not-1
withstanding a majority of their own commit
tee had reported Monroe dilly elected.
The democracy erthe whole Union will hail
the result as a most glorious triumpha triumph
over federalism before the people of Illassachu.
setts and a trimnph over its trickery end cun
ning in a body where it holds a decided marjor.
The Congressional correspondent of the Vir
ginia States can thus notices Mr. Starkweath..
eel' debut in Congress on the New Jersey fraud.
sMr. Starkweather, a new domocrak uiem
ber from Ohio , has just taken hie sent, allot
making one of the most eloquent speeches I have
heard upon the subject.
Mr. Starkweather is a young man of excel
lent address and beating, and possessee great
animation in debate. It was his first etfort,and
was listened to with an attentien which was ev
idence that his debut, as a debater in the louse
of Representatives, was eminently successful.
Mr. S. replied to portions of many of the epee
ches which have been recentty made on this in.
exhaustable subject, at times, in tanguage of
great etoquence, and in argument and depth of
reasoning unanswerableand others in a strain
of irony and sarcasm, rendering sotne of the ri.
diculous positions which have been assumed by
tile Whigs, if possible still more ridiculousb
Mr. Starkweather said, that the gentleMan
from Virginia, (Mr. Botts,) had exonerated the
Clerk of this House from responsibility in the
come he pursued in relation to this matter, at
the opening of the session. I am glad, sir,said
Mr. S., that lie did it, I wish to have the honor
the glory, sir, of a portion of that responsis
bility inyeelf.1 claim it as a rightbut girl the
name of thatelork, in connexion with the right,
the honerable, the patriotic stand he took upon
that occasion, will be remembered by posteritv,
long alter that of the gentemail from Virginia
or that of him tvho now addresses, you, shall
have been forgotten!
tiler epeaking for about an flour, Mr. &said
ho hail detained the House lonkr than he in
tended, when lie arose, and yet he had only
touched upon here and there a point in the or
nents of those who favored the rights of the
Whig claimants; he felt like a pilgrim just re
turned from his travels, having culled a shell
here, and a shell thorn, and brought them into
oneTtromiscuoild parcel. -
Of muse, in giving the above, Ho not pre
tend to give the exact language of Mr S. I on.
ly give the ideas, as nearly d8 can recollect, in
Mr. Linn of Mi,sluri, has g:von notice nr his in
teation to introduce in the Senate, a MI author.
izieg the President to take pessessinn of the
Oregon Territory. It is well known that th
British are constantly making ettertmehmerd
mere, and that they have erected rotas withi
our acknowledged litnits, from witeuce they NU
ply the Indians with arms, atnwinition, and o
titer means of annoying us in case of difficulty
They have atsto assumed the prerog tive driv
ing MT our trappers. mission tries. &G. and
ftet have taken possession WM territor., whicl
is Within the lintits of the United Stites, wit'
au apparent determination of holding on to it
even by force if necessary. They have drive,
our merchant vessels 601)) the cottit, anti forbit
our citizens trading with the Indians. We help
these high halide I assumptions of novereignt
over this part of' our country, will be met. a
Line nroposnd to mnet them end the in
tegrity of our territory preeirveel at all hazards.
Ohio S. 'Linear'.
And its onward mare ..--An eastern exchange
state.i, that within tho past yell., in Massachu
setts, New York and Philadelphia ,34,000 per
sons have signed the total ohstittonce pledge,
alit that 210 captiins and 2,001 seaman, are
trymi'tere or New York Seatnan's Temperance.
Socioty; and Ihrther, th tt in that State, or 1,20P
d I lerios, hut 200 are in operation.
Eartlopialm:--A shoek ()fan eartinake
rift Priday est in Herkimer county, Ne1
11.01:11.--$5 per barrel Wheat 50 cents pe
bushel, Oats 18 coots.
Wo lote from the Baltimore Patriot, datorl
27th or.lalitiary. Ohio flour is offorod at $637
ati(l.s1 no wools or Gennessee at $6 44.
Rev. Byington has acaepted the invite.
tion. to deliver a temperanceaddtess, on mat
8116tth evening,at his house or worship. en the
9111 inst. All the friends of Temperance, both
Gondol-Inn & Ladies. are respectifully invited
DIED, On Saturdav eyenms, 6A
RAH ELEN STEESE, daughter of
Isaac Stan, aged 2 years tt 5 monthc.
On Saturadaý morning the 25,
ENINIMETr G stilltOW GRALIAM
iecond Son of Wm. Graham, aged 2P
The Members of the Dover Lyceum,
ere requested to ideet at the School
house on Saturday evening, to discuss
the adjourned question, "Ought tit'e
Law relativelo Fugitives from labor,
The ladies and gentlemen of Dover
and vicinity, are particularly invited to
attend. 11 HILL, Sec.
ATIIIMTON & PEck '
ClItornegs at nab). ,
July 30, 1839 - ,
, State et Ohio. 'rue
1.oseph Maastrgh, I column County,
ta 1 Court of comma!'
Lei Rickralet pleas, in chancery.
5 Bill filed Feb. 5,
IIE awl OtriVilr or the Bill ie to ob
lain. no the first hearing Ardis mum 'a
decision. requiring the said Der orient,
to eonvey to die petihntier a good 41.,7t,ufficiete
due the right 7litle to tot number dee. in di(
note) nr &Med, addition to the tewn or Duvet
in said county.
Levi Itickgecker will tAke notice. that unless
he appeirs and plead, answer demur to the
said Bill. within sixty days ader the next term
ofsaid court. the petitioner witl at the next
term or said cnurt thererore, apply to said court
to tette the matters set forth in said Bill as con
&aged, and decree them accordingly.
W. SPOONER., Sol. for Petitioner.
Feb. 6, MO, 6w.
1 hereby give notice, to all those indebted to
the subcriber, to crone fortvard and sunk up
their amounts OU or before tile Int or Mnrch,
otherwise their accounts will be lea in the hands
or proper officers fur collection.
Each and every member of the Ohio
Rangers, ere hereby reipeated to make
return of their arms and accoutrementp,
in good order on or before the lOth of
Fernery nest ; otherwise, their bonds
wilt be lett with the proper officer for
the institution of Suits.
THOS QUANTRELL Capt.
Jun 22d ISO
The Commissioned officers of the
first Rifle Regiment, 4th Brigade ad
division, Ohio Militia, are requested to
meet at the house of John Tucker, in
Canal Dover, oh Feb. lath ISIO,lor the
purpose of electing a Colonel for said
JOHN Durr.Brig Gem,
4th Brig. 3d. Div, O. M.
Jan. 21st 1810.
liEN compliance with an. application from
more than twelve freeholders residing in
the County of T scarawas, and in pursuance of
m act of the Legislature of the Stnte of Ohio,
passed March I2th 1839, to authorize and en
qourtge the establishment of Argiculturat Soci
aies, in the several counties of said State, and
regulate the same, there will be a meeting held
it the Court house in New Philadelphia, on
fUESDAY the I I th day of FERRIJA It Y next,
for the purpose of organizing an Agricultural
iociety, to be entitled the Tuscarawas County
1108. KING, Auditor of T.' C. 0,
A DM INISTAATORS N O'FIC E.
portions indebted to the estate ot
1,00nard Bair, late (.f Tuscarawa
01110, deceased, are requeeti,
matte num. diato payment, and thot
iavi ng legal claims egROO41 said estai
re hereby revested to forward
ilaims, legally proven within one ye,
Tom this date
LEONARD D BAIR (
JACOB It BAIR., Administratotp
tan, 30 li310
virtne an order, to 118 directed b
Andrew liatiery, a Justice of the hetet.
or Sugar Creek Township iti TURtartIMIS COW)
we the under signed do certify that we litiv
mewed, anti appraised a certain Stray liare, ta
on lip 11 Jacob D. Yodor, of said rownshil
inti Mid the sante a Black Mare, wit's' a star 1.
le forehead the Mit hind foot white, tip to tip
taster joint, shod all round, two small sadd;.
narks. fourteen hands anti a ludf height, a nut
irotter, no other in irks or hivande l'emciva
Me alio twelve years obi wet we do sppraiz
tile same at twenty eight dollars.
SWOrn to and subsribed before me the 30th
lay of December A. D. 1839.
ANDREW DATTERY. J. P.
!do herehy Certify the above to be a true
toppy fromany Stray Rook, given undt-r ru3
tand adicially this 2 duy ofianintry. A. it!
10 A. 11. J. P.
Italie) y ALP EIIIPIUZ tvy P-..7 V Vii Vey ,ik. . .- -- s- -, - - ,
S. FERTIG. E B 1 MECKEINSON, Boot &
' Shoqmaker second st.
Clo.ck & Watch. . 0
one door '
ID DARLES WILSON, Hatter second si. 5 0 9
n o r tRn ifcr oir(nsFEacct tKo rEy R. .
DOVER would inform the citizens of r ril IIE Board of Examiners for the County ,
Tusearawas County, that he continues to cart., fp-- ----
on the !tatting business, in all its verions brim, II ,
I, lir anti More. ki of Tusearawasswillmeet for the. OXIMIMP II
IWO of those proposing to teach Common maker, Corner of Factory az. front st
elms. His workmanehip shall be of tirst genii- .'"
e MIMES W ILSON.Hatter sec
ty, hoping thereby to merit a liberat share cot READY AlADE &FOR S,-lionlA in said comity, on Saturday tbe NINTEI
1 Cl, I neh r e oni rni 1 da n 101 sta . hk ee or s
pa , , . S .3 b B, B Y
NI".111.178All those indebted to Min. nre mines- - dr'ilv.,;)nvf N.71.1e,11,11;ertillieeicnt'onlionnoefvNtirtYwellinebeeerbdainndg 0:1dali,t,nLptliwevneAet RtolenairdlEhe.Nor
ted to cell and settle up, before the 1st of Jan- MARTIN who would respectfilly Worn.
uary, othertviee their bills will be put in the . his tild friends and the public. that he W SPOONER, on bEbalf the Board. G
December next. .
Justices hands for collection. 3- MTh oNtriPP ort tee qbovP 1...Iwool, iii its November 7, 1839.. .
rip (WAN 'IlIELL,
. illroin AtMAsirluufocHtoArvit,u0Fel jeutoHry,;,itn
Dec. 13th. various branches, one door Etist of J. J. Bur- ta.01.11 & W UOL !
All kinds of country produce, token ressi Grocery Store, having Just received a OCW
0 exchange for work, or outiotanding -
.- &N. edepted to the SeasonBeing carefittiv tl IV I t C d f i - FIT
and general assortment MOOTS & Sli0Es ; 1. SMITH ti- Co., Dover, will receive
debts. , the New Philedelphie Carding Machine
e .eloth tij Dress an oo o ar , 0
N. 13. 1 will psy 61 els. per bushel selected by and from several of the meg gape. and Sheet Iron Manufoctory Fee
lc" lit' "'StiPth-0601'NfeEsa itttorn'ey at Lew,
for wheat, for all outstanding deb's. rionced manufactures, in the City, may ha retied ntIaricietilaittligd Minitgl,00701 rrdeit,rurned to them or short
on to be good.
!mending elan nihre extensively to continue , . .... ,
J. 1 8V1'.i'll. (V Ca. viy---
:ial Inn.Front el. North film Commer. 1
J ,,Z the manufacturing business, by keeping in bin
ploy the best workmen, be can obtnin. and New rhiladelphiri.,, Jtme8. 1838..11f.
QTRAYED from the subscriber, POMO titne having on hands abundance of Stork and fin- argatit ,
110 P WhiCli ChilltMg0 comotirison in this !dace. 0
p5 last month. Four head of young Cattle, a ,-, I --30AE6, . trainte; and Glaze.: ,
about two years old, ono Heifer. and one dingitiopesProvidence permitting to he aide con
FOR SALE A, first,rate COOKING STOVE. ,
second SL'Nest side .,
Steer,dathBrindle and some white Colour. The stnntly to furnish aeundanchoisa, give general , .,,,,,, -
satisfaction, and justly merit a sufficient shaie of aPPIY (4. , 1111111
- - or,a,,ttntt, ,,e ,
other red and white, the other light red. . WYMAN SPOONER. tvAT is. vi, A LIVINI rivu kr 741,4 ,,.,'0,'''.,,, ,, 1
public patronnge. Determined to improve his ,
They were bought at Benjamien Ithode's burir.ess by ail fliir meanshe assures those who 1-1(1 c 6' 1S39'
-- uistar , ' ''
V-1 Waggon Men0facto ' - l-9" '''' ' ' '
Sale. re st -- ''' - ' -
mav favour hint with a call, that he will sell as
---6-1,C's ti IS WANTEii. st. west ide. . . :4 --- ' :-,,,,,:-
Notice of the Cattle may be lea at the Office lovi for good pny, as any articles of the same ,..,..J,' lí.' '17 - ' I 1 "i ,P1 ff. r
el the Onio Democrat, Cane' Dover. '
JOSEPH KRANTZ kind, and quality, so far as he knows can be 11E selatteriber wishing to settle up his TT FISSEL, V1 '',' , ' ,s- "---1.- , A
,T business as fast as possible Earnestly ,
leac. 5, 1836. 6, w. Pd. liad;in this part atilt) Country.
quest ,n11 persons indepted to hint call l , " Apt I)! r ', '
N. RIAU rips and premature breaches if re,
FIVIOLIBNI r s 3 a v i n g Solo..-Fe turned, wilt be repaired free of expence. end pny the same on or before the first day of ,i M0Fie 1 I., eft
ra. 1 A Si anufictory id,
Jnnnary 1840, those who Neglect this not: co.,. '11., the. P: lo:, gb,. l' :Ti celt ;:::.:3 , '..,'',:'
lid sale by S. FERT1G ..:. . ,
Canal Dover, Dec. 4. 1839. tr. will find their accounts in the hands of D. Kel. . :- l' ,
t7p IMSON'S Celebrated tillack 4 -
ter rot Collection eller that date without Res,. JOB pR In,. , , ,
Writing Ink.-For Sale by Chemical Oil, Paste Block-mg.-
1.11110MPSON &co's., Premium
pect to persons.
SAMUEL CROSSLAND; I done at Ihe - ; '''.1: '."': l'......- ' i: i
- S. FERTIG.1 For "le 4 S. PEIVriti. Dec, 6, 1839. 111
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J'' LIST OF LE fEllS,
List of letters remeining inthe ros
Kee it Canal Duvor, O. Demotic
71st. 1534. .
Thomas Brown. Samuel P Bitrne
tichard Btirrli. Sr. Johnson Buckhan
,on, Ammer Barton, Mille Charlotte
flick 2, John Gaptisto Buvo 2. Aden.
Miss Ann Coal, Michael Ci,op
er, Chriet;cn Dearduff2, Matthias
Eslinger 2, fetal Enk, Michael nose!,
Adam Fatirkler, Frederick Iff Fisher,
Luca Ann Finkle. John Fluke, Fred.
erick Grater 2, Wm. Green. l'homas
Hraharn, Samuel Harbangh 2 Christian
Ibid. Rev. Archibald Hanna, Reuben i
Hall, Matthew Jachtion, ' James Jen..
nings, Ben. Kuhn, Samuel Kennedy,
John Knawer, Joseph Kendail, Jo
seph limn', John Knostrich, Elijah
Licthenberger, John Lewes., David
Lowr, Gen.McPberson, Geo. Mouse,
CHAIRS I CHAMSII CHAIRS '
John Knatver, Joseph lienclati, J.o
meph limn', John Knostrich, Elijah ri have on liana a qnantity, of good efiairsand
Licthenberger, John Lewes., David various fashions, qualities, and prie
Lowr, Geo.MrPherson, Geo. Mouser which li will sell cheaper than can be porch
Thomas Maiers, Mrs Sarah Mo Gee, ad elsevy here p l'usirrataw C u y
Mr !Mira!, Christian Myer 2, James' A
m a d lei tkol no': ti our b wit iondi tl Cl? Iltf.ne 'can he
workuantirn lif ;ailed for
Moffat, Valentine Nihart. Mrol Jae -..t
ut airs deposiYted for sale at J. J. lioness's
Parker, ' A. G Pinney, Miss Phebe Gro.cery Store, ..
Robart, Rev James Snodgrass, . . ' G. W. WARREN.
w.. girn. Taman SnrittLIA. -Min . November 7, 1839. - '-
Moffat, Valentine Ilthar-t, ikirm Jane
Parker, A G Pinney, Miss Phebe
Robert, Rev James Snodgrass,
Wrn Sharp,1 Tames Sprinkle, -John
Sherman, Miss Nrncy Jane Stuart
John Smith, John Adam Sickel, S, Ji
F. Emith, John P Schaffer, John Tire.
S A Towner, Zachariah Wallach.
Mrs :E Whitfied, James Wright,
Christian Waggoner, Susannah Weabv,
Li lirlt411110 IT Oggrnivi, kat,,,iiii11211 .''.,9 1
FeCIOIN Bt. Dover. . Eli. . . , ,
John Geo.. Weller, Edward Woll, I f.0.
Wni 11 Webt Henry Ziegler. . 1
A LOST CLOAK. - ., .
..E.l',47.N1. GRAHAM & co, North eas
- D. M1SNER. P. M.1 ON thetowpath tritween tho Canal Bridge ti1 lir el4 corner of seGeoroodde&, tu'areot:yri:st.,.
, t Dover, and Conard Brewers. Saw.mill a Dark Dealers in Dry
A List of letters remaining at Shanee moreno woolen's Cloak, with a large Cope.
ville, 04 quarter ending 3181 Decem- A liberal Reward will be given to the person, Hardware.' Quetiware &c .
ber,'1839. , that will bring the same to the subscriber. WI LARY Alt LIAUTON Grocer',
Samuel Baker, Martin Beaghtel, Dec. 26, 1839. T110MAs SPACK. Z. t,
., IL 'netorpi bt eabt from Second
George Banks. Clemens Correl, Sirs .-- bit tet. . '
Dealy, Daniel Davidson, John Engle, itS
al ell). .
dill tv al . 1 TZZONTFREDY & MeLEAN.
Mrs. Hatchet, M B Hedge, John Hall, IVMWholesale & retail Dealers in
Wm Jervis, ,Adam Kiefaver; Joseph al AMUEL FERT1G.GnocER, Dry Good, Gioceries, Hardware &c.
Krawl, John Lowe 2, Barberry Mist). i7.9 Commission Merchani,A Boot & t - . .. , .
ler, Gabriel Nefr; Dish Pocock; David Shoe Manufacturer, -1111,0 kACKENSDELiFEH & co. Dea4
Rasher, Noah Shoveler-John Williams. East side 01 the Canal. ii, lets in Dry Gouda Groceries) &c.
B. REAM, P. M. ,
Having ilibt received, and constantly Fautory at. . , .
keeps oil band, a general assortment of ,. .
The following is a list or letters remaining in 1 , TOM 1. SMITH & co, Dealers in
the Post Otfice, at Bolivar on the 31st Dec. Wm", g"h 8:
1839. 1 Cola, 7eas, Sugars. Liquors, Oils, , C.7 Dry gooes, Hardware, Groceries
tit. north side.
Smoking 4, Chewing' Tobacco, Confec. 84c4FactorY
Wm. Burch2, John Brown 2, Rockwell Cowls 1
tionaries, Rock Salt, Ground Pepper, .
Joseph Car er, Abraham Deck, Christopher 1
Deifei.bacher, John Ftanz, John Fuslibinigh i ,,1 . , , .. ,....
at r , Ginger, Bar and .
Joseph Fore Barbera Forrester Dav id W. Gray I i"spice, vaust t SOHN J BURRESS, Grocev, Fee
tory st. 4 doors seat from front at'
George Grove Goaprey Heck A. J. 'lumberer Shaning Soap, Chocalate, Salarains
Nathaniel Linder James McKee David Patton Shoe Blacking, BMck t Red Ink
Writing Paper 4, Quills, Raisins, Nuts -
j AMES WALTON Grocer, North
Dewitt Patton Margret Pollionws Richard Poi
Ilan Fa nny Reed Margre. Robinson Miss.Otive east corner of front and Fautory 131
all kinds, Loco k'oco sillatches, Can- . . . .. - - ,-
Tinker Christopher Truby Abraham Nor. (If
man Van George Warner Wiltiam Young. tiles, PePPer &we, Wines of all des- WIERTIG & TOR.RE11, Grocery,
1 TELLER. P. M. criptions, ,yc. tc. tc. .111 Factory et. ealtt side, of the canal
NOTICE is hereby given to all persons, in
tereste4 th n at my instance a writ of Attech
ment, WA this day isbued by Audrew Battery
I JUStite of the Peace for the Township of S9.
gar Creek. County of 'ruscuiraw us, against the,
goods and chattles, tights, credits, motleys and
effects of Phineas M. Jenney an abscon ding
debtorand an infainuiui -
WM. J. IWO'.
Nov. 20111, 1839.
p ESPECTFULLY inform the public thin
ks purchased the Saddle 'V Hair
less 1111 king mtablislintent belonging to Joh
'reanor, and intends to carry on the basin,
id usual and manufacture men and womell'
giddies iit tile newest fashion and ol the bes,
A L 3 0 ,
kinth, or carriage, Dearhorn wagon ant;
doat harness', with every other article in our
ine of business which is required in the coun
Ilo flatters !MuseMat the execution ot
'is rod( will he satisfactory to those svb,
nay eniploy hitn. lie Oil moder
Ito terms, and take all kinds of approved cuun
try rroduce in payment.
INetir Philadelphia, July 30th, 1839 tr.
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Ale,. A uilauultigua, uu uv,", -
Boot,s 4.1) Shoes.
' ; .;I:
-Tit , ---
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- NEW FALL
JUST reeeived from the Eastern cities,
large and splendid assortment or FALL
ANn WINTER 1100Tr consisting ol
French, English, and Victorio Prints; Muslin
de Lane, Painted Miislins and Lawns ; Linen
and Cotten Drillings; Blue, Black and Mixed
Cloths ; Cassimnres, and Sattinetts or all col
ors and ginitities; Bed Ticking. Wetland and
Unitsacked Mustins.' Mali a tiLe bit of flair
and Fur Caps.
J. MITI! & Co.
N. IL All kinds or produce taken in ex.
change for GoodsCASH paid for Wheat;
J. 1. 8. & Co.
Canai Dover, Sept. 19, 1839. eir.
maw, LO UMW u.1 a it tat 'ma a tam a ,,a0a at
Chairs deposited for sale at J. J. Burresin
Grwcery store, .
. . ' G. W. WARREN.
. November 7, 1839. .-
,a, AI l'
010!.11S gi rtstles.
The highest price paid for good ckan
MON-TFREDY Lir, MuLEAN.
Panttry. at Ilnuor
BOOTS 6; SHOES
Mens fine and coarse Bouts, fioe 4,
coarse Brogans, Gaiter BOOiN
LS, Shoes, .tc.
Orders 14 tiny description of Boots
4, Shoes, can be filled on reasonable no.
tice. and on the most satisfactory terms.
Canal Dover, Nov., 19, 1839.
7.11T, . sale 1:
aLECE-rt.111.:161) IWTFISRElyt. byFtlit
ship 1,N, S. FT:10'M
Ltd' LE. i'L) við LH. fol
a sale by FERT1G.
Nov. 19 164
ALI' KINDS OF JUST1"'S AND EON.
STALLE EILArsES, ruff SALE, AT
I IBS MICE FOR cAsil.
W.00;4 CA laiLisia
HANKFUL for liast favors, would in
form the Farmers and Wool Growers
T4m-arawas comity and the counties adjoin.
leg he COnt;11 IIPR In
in short notice. Maim, a first rate Double
:-!nrding Machine and thembest of Machinery for
Dressing Cloth, together With an exptirienced
and skillful workman. lie teels confident in
awing that his customers may rest vssured of
having their work done in the best nianner,
The prices for Carding is 6 1-4 cents per
'munch and the prices for Cloth Dressing shall
Al kinds of produce recieved in payment Fir
work,---si work must be paid for before taken
rtetti the shop.
New rhibidetphia, May 3, 1836.
COMMON IIIFLE, Blastmg
Powder. For pale hy
. , , -
BUS r ss nincc Icy 3-
, - 1-10TEIA.
n-14 OVEIT.11-0-TEL, by 8tit Jill -
11.01'rnwtieil Front et. iottb lion)
!?seloty Nt. - - ,
IrlOMMERCIAL HOTEL by Juba
"1Tucker, Front et.
IV HOTEL' by Dnniel kalembougll,
Market at. above Front atb
MEDICAL" , $,
Trt, RS. AlrMEAL ISTEE:4;
.119Ntedidal practitionera P!ont tNt.
next door:to the Ohio Democrat. Office.
WAIL WINDELL reetilld at. oppo
lýsite the Methodtet phurO
A General Asoortment of Drugs to
M-be had at Montt lady & Mc Llitin's
New Stine On Factory Ht. 3 doors east
from Second st. , ,
ERILUT Lte, Cod. brug Stott Facto.
ry et. 4 doors from Second st.
fliA HATCHER, WELTY, Sz
Ili Dealers in Dry Goode, Grocer
&c. corner of Factory and Secind
AMES WALTON Groier, North
yx east corner of front and FaLtory
FERTIG & TORREY, Grocery,
Factory et. nolo aide, of The canal
it -ti. .31 -kilikiNt &aft
n1011 & StOr Elite Worehoue
Front tit.. 3d door below Foletory st.
MIPLICKENSDERFER &co. Com:.
r.d. nite,ion Mercitunte, Front et
te,o,tiooreo eralth from Feqlotret.
& GRAHAM'S eotrt
11-0islisssiot Mretouse, corner of
Facto) & Front et.
11 MOT. jrs CornmiPrion ItIor
2" chant, Front & Pertore et.
11 1 LB U 1.1:o totage tit Com
00 misbion Wi;rehouse, on Factory
b. adjoining the Basin.
RICKETS. Cabinet Wareroorins,
.7ecoritt st. north of Paprerv
fl OLIN KINNEY, Tenor Front oh,
ppoeite the Dridigei
A. LUTLE, Tailor, rii-nrt
IRÐ one door above Factory et.
I W. INEWBUIt6H, Isitor Fac
to tory et. north side.
lifitsecond st. south from Main at.
en G. GRAHAM, Ilt:Tot & .bitoo
Will-Store, Factory at east aide of the
A HAWK. Boot and ohne matter.
21111 Atlafket st. ?no door east data
FAERTIU & TORREY. Whole.
-11- sale & Retail Baot & Shoe Mono
farturerta, Factory ht. eat., of thetanal
j MARTIN, Boot & Shoe maker
, Factory st. west from front st.
B 1 ECKENSO,N, Boot Ss
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