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agement of the primary schools. These are the
fountains whence 'should flow the knowledge
That should enlighten. and the virtue that should
preserve, our free institutions. Let them ever
be kept fiee and pure.
Wirdcl froth Gm Morton's .11egsage. sastr tNGTAs,,T) swArgis I:Tog
' THE EDLICATIOV OP THE PEO- it apnmrs front a pretty mann). collect Al la
511 In the Poston A Imatite,(thengit hy Itin wit
there ere smite errors in the hot of our paper
The 'duration or the people, le a ottiv' that the number of newspapers in Maine, inIt-
3erl which has commended On tlitiCh of ,elording semisteekhes,dre. iP 43. in New !lamp
the public consideration, and been ao shire, 2ri in Cuntseicticis, 30 Rhode Island 15.
- 51..oreachteretts. 109. total 248 in New Englend.
-' erten & se ably presented' to soCceooivo . Those who are curios in such matmre may e
legiolottgoor thst it will not Nit io com- muse themtreves by comparing these rtstIrns with
mand your earliest attention and most the respective relations of the Plates. Masa
aehowette won d he found greatly R head in such
' - anxious delitieratinns. Its importance
tatttions having over &elite the Ittnitiwr
' in a democratic government, which must
- 08(c.apekpers than Netij Hampshire and Vermont
, be sustained by the intelligence and have together. The two I 1 I tr
Let era intr! eerie i
1 i virtue ditto people, eannot be too high; each other, it to the New it radius list he ad
' ly appreciated. The eystem of free decl, es it should be,
echoole which has been transmitted from In Boston.mrich the I Hili's 'Monthly Visitor.'
.argest proportion orpepere
to the population is found, as might he expected
1,,. . generations has improved in its progress being 46 Zit' least) to 80.000 inhabitants, or one
,I. . and re now in a high degree of Wee- to every 1739.-13. Trans. . .
..!,1 , 1.imorn But it it CNpenble: Or Mill fti!th. of .. ,.
La''-rge (mimes or specie went through from
', ,. i povement. R cenily, great tabor N York to Philadelphia on the rail road onMon
;': hu beam beetowed upon and great advancement dayReport says $1,500,000. Trenton Gm
made in tome departments oteducation. But the
very Improvements in the higher branches, and PIRATES ON THE MISSISSIPPI.
in the more elevated seminaries, excite the am. The New deems Picayune gives an account
bitten and engross the attention of those moat of another attempt, on the part of some of the
k. river pirates, to murder the crew and take pox,.
: . acutruivaell:totheratelitaustheeol:' awduhcaichti:2,0anndeeetisues:ryext..0
sreusaffiino:n81:an dll atthbeynatt.30 kT,I hh ea smueen wa tteanct hoend btoo atrhde
' '.. their udlity'and succese, and interest that should er came to the conclusion to go to New Orleans
at a pnce agreed upon. The only pereoas on
pervade both parents and childnm, the regional,. the boat wore an old mindhisser. When they
- Aliately they ere brought under the Control or d
more deep and active will be the feelings Imo.
commeced an attack upon the owners. They
first struck the old man wtth an age, and inflict
s two very severe wounds. Phey then made
swam to the shore. His escape frightened the
yet been arrested.
'' ' )30 the common schools to flill into' neglect ainbhocatr a;ndNbatucyhezit,thweireth itnheNeesivtenosrilhelaenhartefunntidoen,
and diareputes To arouse that strong and 'mi. of purehasing it and the cargo. They howee
,' l'- biliti oftheir managernent should rest upon the arliVel near Red River, the two passengers
o , inhabitants flint towns. And the More kerne...
g those tor whose benefit they ere' establishado a dash at the son, but he jumped overboard and
,, and at whose expense they are supported, the
,s'. - ' - flat boat and made their escape. They have not
', ; gonded in their favor, and the. more certain 'and Bal. Bum
,, universal will be their beneficial agency. In the
universal will be their beneficial agency. In tne ' ELOQUENCE.
A.. town and district meetings, those little pure de4 The following is an extract from a
' mocraeies, where Otir citizens firefleam the ru. speech delivered by a member of the
tliments and the practical operation Mee insti, Indiana Legislature, on a bill to encour.
lotions, may safely and rightfully be placed age the killing of wolves, which in sub,.
4tbe direction and the government of those ini, iimity has seldom been aurpaseed:
. valnabie seminaries. In my opigion, the main 'Mr. Speaker;--The wolf is the most
'' efforts and the most unceasing vigilance Li' the ferocious animal that prowls in our wee.
government sheutd'he directed to the encouN tern prairies or runs at large in the for.
, r . ..-......- . rises in au nas majesty, wutne utters oil
' From the Statesman. pigs are destroyed."
Mr. MEDARY: Every whig in this --
section of the state is rejoicing at the ORIGIN OF THE WORD 'FARM.'
prekent hard times, They say, if times To the Saxons' tame the estates which
only remain as they are until the next the lords of manors granted to thcfree
election, they are sure of carrying the men were at the first but for years, with
state for Harrisonthey may be right a tender of a rent. which in those dayv,
for as it has been truly said "federalism were of coin or of victual, end thence
rises as ott country sinks," they 'will the leases so made were called forms or
which word signifieth money,
try by every means in their power, to formes,
and term ofyears into terms of life and
deprive the laborer of the means of sub-.
inheritance; retaining the rents at those
sistance-the debtor of the means of pay
persons that were acquointed of (rac
ing his debtaand in short, to destrov
the confidence of every voter they can Farmers' ',Magazine. '
reach in our republican government. , -
But there is another old saying which MORE BRITISH TROOPS.
occurs to any mind, ,truth is mighty end The Portland Argus of the lOtit,says:
will prevail :' and what are the recta)? It We learn from a gentleman who left
Canaalia five deys eince, that Vol. Gol..
is that the whigs or federal party in 0-
dier of the Ilth regiment of infantry,had
hie have the meant, in their own hands,
of making times good or bad as they then been appointed cotnmander of the
pleaeo; they have the control of every British forces in the contested territory,
bank and moneyed concern in the state- and that a reinforcement had been or
they have their three hundred and up! dered to the territory of 2 eompanies o!
regular troopi, and a detachment of mi
ward directors of banks, to the demo
crats sixty, and to get a pretext for re.; ners, in all about 250 men'
timing to accommodate the people, they A negro boy being sent by his mos- I
have. in several instances, mold the oil.. ter to borrow a pound of lard from a
ver out a their vaults to brokers, and neighbor thus delivered his message
money epeculatoria, for their own per- 'Nimbus 'Thompson, mason sent me Os
WOO gain; and then turn round and ver to borrow or beg a pound of hog tal
charge the whole to the democratic par low; he ay be got de old sow up in de
ty; bet will not these Bete of baseness pen, fatten em; he gwine to kill her day
lin ne Peen and ondcrbiood by tho peephl before yeeterdav, and he come over
1 thitik they will; and they will put the wcek 'fore last, and pay 3ou all you owe
middle on the right horse. us.'
1 would abk what is to be gained by .
putting the federal platy in power with TOE NAILS
A friend stepped into Olir office last evening
their United States Barikt remeMber
and showed us a very superior toe nail which
wheolhey had the power, and the bank he took out of a loaf or bread he was ju.st about
in full operation, that 1 sold flour in the consuming. Simon 'nide a flowery speech on
Cincinnati market, for two dillars 61,41 the occa.tion, lematking that bakers were not so
the hue well bread as.the woad suppose, and that the
aprat it or eddth taot
'25 chs per barrel; some by
emleandit,rythieiiit ivizrisiithhi,spoiputhielet iilluel.imbme
cited weight tor 87 1-2 cis. and was
compelled. in order to make a Rale, to he did not need the least Crum of comfort, and
take e horse from a itor.oe from the Zebi said, with a very rye &CO, that he should
teem. and take the flour a balf mile on be nia le to toe the mark. Balt. Clipper. ,
totae res'etonce of ihe purchaser, The SAM SLICKS DECEPTION OF A TEE TO
hest pork from $1 75 to 2 25Wheat TOTALLE.
37 1.2 corn 15-onts 12 I 2. I also . 'once travelled through all the State of Maine
remember a kind of currenay We hnd 'wall one of them 'ere chaps. - tie was ai thin
about these day 4, it was tint Urbana og o whiPlotar Poo- Ha looked like a blowe
dder of er some of the sir has leaked out kin
shmplasterts, but it wee "sharphioa," bdietr ,,. tiklod, aod rumpled like, end his e'ye as
five quartets cut oil of 8 dollar, and five dim as i lamp that's I ving on a short allowance
, tioi ouLof a qti,:rtel; a round piece of 'Wile. Ile put me in mind ore pair of kitchen
s,lver wata good P.n. the Imre eye t and as tongs. all lees, !Man, and head, and no betly;
.........t--...it.,,.t,;n....m.. .. holittur ea
burnt, J coulti have my prophecy.
tongs. all lei2s, shaft, and head, and no betly;
real gander-gured looking critter, as hallow as
. .' -fir.r-t-lie 'felrow incsets.' I nev-er si-aw One
i , . until I was 2:3 years of age.' What has
I 7 been the state of our country sinee the a r
' t C n ler keon's 9J- He W49
comme cement o Je
ministration, and that too, without tile
, W1,10 Mrmeterl 1 enid without itwe
hod itbut we had it in the Mile We V
4 we had the tortes in the Rnvolutionary
. wer, with all ne means turned a ;ck nt sea, and dragged through a gimlet hole.
sure as the
: atid endea'vOring to thwart every meas.. to 60.
rebani ng:Iiii;:ftierw-gitilikeitulteco,asni.n0 earnirtry,ocaea nasauyezears
aHe acti,y looked as if he had been picked off
a lawyer. Thinks I the Lord a maa
, sy on your clients, you hungry, half starved
oritte-, you; you'll eat 'em up 'dive as
Lord make Moses. .
IP ! 'MI El MARKETS:
getillos WHEA T. Pricer!, same as last week, 56
1 ire of the government and the people. We make the following quotations.
- ,But, notwithirtendick all the opposi- Baltimore Patriot, dated 13th February, 1840.
. tion of the federal brawlers, we, as a . In the flour market, there has been quite an
. increased demand tor the purpo.,es ofesport,and
1 d nation, have prospered under
i, . foe"P e 4", . , 'several parcels have sold at $5,50 cloth, 10,62,
,' our .,, eratie plan oi doing Ming on time, with interest added. 'Mistook is light
, boyfit, former periodlook at the end holders generally demand $5,62. Rye
' prices ot produce and labor, and the MOW, $3,50, with sates. .
In New York, sales of Too Fleur at $0,25,
1 i tri eperity of every branch of American
' o' . induetry, tor the last eight years, and and 6,7, Genneeee $6,37ao0.
then siy; whether . we ought to change
Tn3 Legist dure of Ohio.bas decided
democracy.with its prosperity, for fed .
eral ripe. . oy a vote of both Home, that it has a
right to repeal any act ol incotporation.
It 'rue, times are herd on many
. peleoti,,.al.thie!imet the wh,.ig.e.say they .11ev. .Aris!in IT. Wright, Missionary to the
Nistororians in Persia, to occupy the station of
ad ouch a state or things-8-0 Ar, .6 fr
propheeed such a state of thingsso l'''""""""- -,
Or. Grant, is to Snit from Bost-ordia the brig Ly .'
they did, and if 1 WM to prophecy that ons on tho I5th inst. ' . .
on a' reittin night your house would be TENNESSEE SENATOR. ,
horni. i MO have my prophecy fulfilled .' Alexander Anderson, Esq. hss been chosen ..n.
btirfill CUU1U 181:1.47 plUritigniy ..... VIA mexamer ..... .,te allow vv... 0511C,00"
by myself; applying the torchthe fol. a Senator of the United States froth the State oft
All tha tmeanny nettaninnart hv tha
uy w.y.,, -ri--z r.
oilmen.' of my prophecy ought to make Tennessee. to fill the vacancy occasioned by the
resignation of Judge White. Ile le one or the
me stretch hemp, , and so ot those who
old school Republicans.
have brought about the fulfilment of the notor mvuractoryFour huhäred end fir.
will prophesies. ' ' ,
ry Monts are now in attendance in the Medi
MONTQOMER Y. t'rlt
ea. apartment of the Pa. Univervity.
IN compliance with an-. application front
more than twelve freeholders reaiding
the County of Twice-Tawas, an,1 in pursuance of
an act or the Legislature of the State of Ohio,
paaved March Itth 1839, to authorize and en
courage the eatahliahment of A rgicultural Soci
eties, in the -several counties of said State, and
regulate the same, there will be a meeting held
at dm Court house in New Philadelphia. on
TuEstIA It the 25th day of FEBRUARY next,
for the purpose of organizing an Agricultural
Aomety. to be entitled the Tuscartwas County
THOS KING. Auditor of T. C. 0,
DOV ER LYCEUM.
Theta will be a meeting of the Lyceum
on Satutlay evening next, at 6 I 2 o'-
clock, at the School boos& When the
following question will be the anbject
QUES TION "lire protective duties
benefcial to itte people c..1 the U. States.
W. Spooner, S Brainard, ,
E Welty, M Colier.
Tha Cominissioned officers of the
first Regiment, 4th Brigade 3d
division, Ohio Militia, are requested to
meet at the -house of John Tucker, in
Canal Dover, ott Feb. 15th 18,10,tor the
purpose of electing a Colonel for said
Join( Burr.Brig. Gen.
4th Brig. 31 Div,
Jan. 21st 1840.
'Mr. SpeakertThe wolf is the most ' In the COUrt of Common Pleas of Tue.
locious animal that prowls in our wee- I carawae county, Ohiw
!rn prairies or rune at large io the for. ' Retain Pritchard ' fr hts bill char
ste of lodiana tie creeps from his tuns 1 gee that
ing place at the hour of midnight, when I ve - Defendants
II nature is locked in the silent embrace John Leifer together with Su.
John Frederick and Mary san wife ofCom
f Morplieuw; and ere the portals of the 1 hio wire plainant are heirs
:alit Bre unbarred, or bright Phoebus
'sea in all his majesty, whole litters of Inv wife
David Arter At. Charlotte at Law of Henry
Lae, late of 'Pus.
igs are dostroyed." 1 Nancy Messer 1 ) carawas County
Henry D Cool: S deceased. That
John Cook minors, Henty Leifer du..
)RIGIN OF THE WORD 4PAR5" I Mary A. Cook S ring his life time, to
wit, on the 2Ist. Feb, '1832 en tered inte a con
tract in writing with your orator under hand &
seal of said Laffer and Complainant, and which
is exhibited as part ofcomplainant's bitl, in and
by -which said LatTer did bargain and esti to cornN
plainant one hundred and seventy two acres,
being the remainder of Lots 27 & 28 not before
previously decided to 'aid complainant by said
Leer by deed bearing date April 2d 1830,for the
surn cl 1200 dollars. That the complainant du.
ring the life time of said Leifer paid him in va
firms payments, the sem of 427 dollars part of
the purchase money of said Land, and ;hat he is
ready to pay the balance thereof to such person
as the Court shall order.--1 hat he has ever since
the d ite of said contract been in possession ol
The Bill prays that an account be taken o
the balance due from Complainant on said con
tract, that the coart direct by decree to whom
the balance when ascertained shall be paid in
trust for the tree of the mild Estate, and that the
Defendant do !convey the maid Land to Com
plainant iu fee simple.
The said Defendants are hereby notified that
they do at the next Term Nair! Court or with
di sixty days next after the rising thereof, ap.
pear and plead, answer nr demur thereto, other
wise lie same will be taken as confessed and
decree be had accordingly.
By B. M. Atherton hie Sol.
4). Idth 1840.-6w.
DIRTY SHIRTS ATTEND.
TOWNSHIP ELECTION NO
TICE.The Independent Voters o
the Whig .Ind Drenocratic Dirty Shir
eery, of Dover Township, pre respect
'Idly invited to meet at the Howie of S.
t. Towner, in Dover on Saturday the
ad inst. presisely at 2 o'clock P. M.
Or the purpoPe of nominating a Ticket
nr the ensuing ppring Election, end to
fitect such an efficinot organization ap
vill ensure a triumphant election of then
ricket, on the first Monday of April
next. A full and punctual attendance
) State of Ohio, Tull.
oseph W. Newburgh, carawas County
:vs Court of eomtnon
Lebi, Riehsecker, pleas, in chancery.
Bill filed Feb, 5,
THE object, and prayer of the:Bill is to ob.
tain, on Ms final bearing of the case, '
decree, requiring tha said Defended
to convey to the petitioner by a good Sesufficient
sed, the righ and:title to tot number gve in the
new, or Scott's, addition to the town of 'Dover
in said county.
Levi Ricitsecker will take notice, that unless
he appears and plead. answer or demur to the
said Bill, within sixty days after the next term
ofsaid court, the petitioner wit! at the next
term of said court thereafter apply to said court
to take the matters set forth in said Bill as conk
fogged, and decree accordingly'.
W. SPOONER, Sol, for Pstitionen
Feb. 6, 1940, 6w.
Each and every member of theOhio
Rangers, are hereby requested to make
return of their:arms and accoutrements, 1
in good order on or before the 10th of
Febuary next ; otherwise, their bonds
will be lett with the proper officer for
the institution of Suits. ,
THOS QUANTRELL Capt.
Jan 22d 1940 '
11 hereby give notice , to all those indebted to
thelsubseriber,to come forward and settle up
their amounts on or before the 1st of March,
otherwise their accounts will be left in the hands
of proper officers for colleation. ,
W GRUA M
Fe). 74), i810,
L s. OF A, v.,
r Lief' tif 'IMO., It 10 the lin,
lffice et Canal Dover, O.' Dormer,
II 41. I , ,
Thoinai Brawn, Stomnel BUMP
Richard Tair rill. SrAdintion Buckhan
non, Auloziah flew n Mies Charlotti
Bick 2, Juhn Gannett,' Rev.() 2, Adam
Cline, Misr. Ana Coal, Micheel
er; Chropiian Deardliff 2, Matthia,
Bolinger 2, Levi Enk, Michaei
Adam Fearkler, Frederick W Fisher.
Lucy Ann Finkle, John Fluke, Fred
erick Grater 2, Wm. Green, Thomas
Graham, Samuel Harbaugh 2 Christian
Hild, Rev. Archibald Hanna, Reuben
Hall, Matthew , Jaclison, James Jen.
nings, Ben. Kuhn, Samuel Kennedy,
John Knower Joseph Kendall, Jo- ,
seph Kront, iohn Knostrich, Elijah
laiethenberger, John Lewaps, Dav id
1.;owr, Geo. McPherson, Geo. Mouees
Thomas Majerp, Mrs Slush me oofe
Mr Moffat, Christian Myer 2, Jam e
Moffat, Valentine Nihart, Mrs Jane
Parker. G Pinney, Mist). Phehe
Robert, Rev James Snodgreas,
Wm Sharp,i James Sprinkle, -John
Sherman, Miss Nency Jane Stuart
john Smith,.. John Adam Bickel, S. J
F. Smith, John-F,Schatfer, John Tics.
S A Towner, ; Zackariah Wallack.
Mrs E Whilfied,. James Wright,
Chritillan Waggoner, Susannah Weabv,
John Geo. Weller, Edward Wolt,
Wm LI West. Henry Ziegler.
' D. MISNER. P M.
Id' Dive IP! 24' A List of letters remaining at Shanes
' ' Ville a; quarter ending 31st Decem.
very. Samuel Baker, Martin Beaghtel,
George Banks. Clemens Corm, Sire
Pleas of Tus. Dea ly, Daniel Davidson, John Engle,
Ohiw Mrs. Hatchet, M B Hedge, John Hall,
This hill char Wm Jervis, Adam Kiefaver; Joseph
ges that I Krawl, John Lower 2, Barberry MIA.
Defendants! ler Gabriel Neff; Elishe Pocock; David
together with su
I LP! RhAlttAl lithn
logetner wan imp -
san wife ofCom 1 Raebert Noah Shovater.John Williams.
ILSS 17 Va .0.6
platnant are hews B. REAM, P. M.
The following is a list of letters remaining in
the Post Office, at Bolivar on the nit Dec.
Wm. Burch 2, John Brown 2, Botk well Cowts
.1.:seph Carter, Abraham Deck, Christopher
Deifeiffiacher, John Franz, John Fishbaugh
Joseph Fore Barbara Forrester David Y. Gray
George Grove Goaprey Heck A. J. Humbarger
Nathaniel Linder Jame4 McKee David Patton
Dewitt Patton Margret Polliomus Richard Poi
lian Fa nny Reed, Margret Robinson Miss.Olive
Tinker Christopher Truby Abraham Nor.
man Van George Warner Wiliiam Young.
TELLER. P. M.
The highest price paid for.good clean
Briat les, by I
MONTFREDY & McLEAN.
Factory at. Dover.
A LOST CLOAK.
ON the towpath tritween tho Canal Bridge at
Dover, and Cunard Bremers. Sawmill a Dark
moreno women's Cloak, with a large Cape.
A liberal Reward will be given to the person.
that will bring the same to the subscriber.
Dec. 26, 18.19 THOMA8 SPACK.
&IAMUE1, FERT1G GROCER,
Commission Merchant, 4, Buot &
East side ot the Canal.
Having Jobl received, and constanth
keeps on band, a general assortment of
tgoods, such as:
eggs, 'lead, Sugars. Liquors, Oils,
Smoking 4, Chewing Tobacco, Cerifec
tionaries, Rock Salt. Ground Pepper,
Alspice, Mustard, Ginger, Bar and
Shamng Soap, Chocolate, Stearatus
Shoe Blacking, Block Red kJ
Writing Paper ,Se Quills Raisins, Mit.
of aa kinds, Loco Poo 'Matches, Can
dles, Pepper Sauce, Wines of all des
criptions, ,Stc. ,Src.
BOOTS & SIIOES.
Mens fine and coarse Boots, fine 4
coarse Brogana, Gaiter Boots,' Slippo,
4, Shoes, 4,c. te.
Orders for any description of Boots
4, Shoes, can be filled on reasonable no.
tice, and on the most satisfactory terms.
Canal Dover, Nov., 19, 1839.
, S. FERTIG.
ECTIFIED WETSRg. by the
Mb Ba r rat or less quantity. For
ATHERTON', & PECK.
lattOrittNS at Eat.
NEW PHILADEL P11 IA
July 30, 9183
. . i c ,
LES WILSON, Hatter second sh
' ER would inform the citizens of
.... 1 Tonusca:DwA()allIrs CountY, that he continues to carry
the fatting business, in nil its various bran
oh., stia workmanship shall be of first quart
w-ould into.rm the citizens of
Tuscarawas County, that he continues to carry
on the Hotting business, in ail its various bran
chow. His workmanship shall be of first quali
ty, hoping thereby to merit a liberat share of
N. B. All those indebted to him, are reques
' tod tomtit and settle up. before the lat of Jan
nary, otherwise their bills wilt be put in the
Justices hands for collection. ,
Ali kinds of-country produce, taken
in exchange for work, or outstanding
N. B. I will pay 61 eta. per bustle
I brou eat, for all outstanding debts. ,
MIIMOLIENT Shaving Soap..-Er
ICA sale by , FERT1G.,
Tt NDIAN RIFLE POWDER.F03
8108 bY S. FERT1G.
1 Nov, 19 16ti.
e, add' cr.y.
-nirsass nmerroltir ,
1-10TELe. by Soli lb A
10MMEHCIA4 HOTEL by Joto
MJTucker, Front pt.
tri41,k OAR Sh AitCHANICS '
111 HOTEL by Daniel hislembough,
worket ,S1 abuve Fluni :
MEDICAL, , '
WillSIIEAR ,DRs. molEAL-e wiEE.E
Medidal practitioners Flom Id.
nem door to the Ohio Desocrai Office.
nESPECTFULLY informs dte miblic &It 79)11... W 11 DELL mond to'. oppo
he has purchased the Saddle& Hairs U site the Methodist Church...
1111386 wiling. establishment belonging to John .. ,
Treanorand intends to carry on le business
ttwiliz.1 As st ik
a uoura wt.. atawsrua su ba. gy 011 UM ousinesa MMUS & iviEUfLIAIES.
as usual and manufacture men and woolen's I
saddles in the newest fashion and of the best
materials. A General Assortment of rep to
IS-be hati at Montfiedy & AltLiain'a
IL L S 0',
IN ew Store on Tacto,ty at. 3 door,' bast . ,
Alit kinds of carriage, Dearborn wagon and
Boat harness', with every other article in his from Second et. ' . , ,,' , '-'' , , , ,
line of business which is required in the coun $ i , ;
try. . filliLDT & (due. rug tore at.tot .
- D b F
Ho 'Niters himseif that the execution of ry bit. 4 doors from Second et. ""
-Ho 'Niters himseif that the excution of KUM' bit. 4 doors from Secona et. ""41
hie work will be satisfactory to those who
NibitUilANTS.. , -
may employ him. He will sell on moder. ,
ate terms, and take all kinds of approved coon. BRAUCHER, WELTY, & Co,
try produce in payment. Dealers. in Dry Goode, Grocer- .
New Philadelphia, July 30th, 1839 1C lea, &c. corner of Factory and Second
.716 is it, CNI V bt
01- K7it Ve Wv1. tittAtiAM 6é co, iNottu otor
corner of Second & Farctori,
WO Dealers Drv , Goods, Grocetiers,
111UPr Nur ilardwate l'Quenkw are &c. Sze. ---
Pair and More D.-8.. Atti.,...,0,,, tarucer.'
Factory bi twit rim &mead
READY MADE& FOR street. . .
MOM FRED 1r & AlcLEAN
MARTIN who would respectfuly inform ,
IN bole6ale & retail Dealers id
3. his utd friends and the public, that lie ., , , , o-, , , .
still carries on the above business, in its 1-Fry klood, urocertee, Hardware &c.
READY MADE& FOR
11 MARTIN who would respectfuly inform
his oid friends and the public, that he
still carries on the above business, in its
rarious branches, one dour East of J. J. Bur
ress' Grocery Store, having Just received a new
Ind ger.eral assortment of BOOTS ð'it. SIICES
eStc.. adapted to the SeasonBeing carefuty
Belected by and from several of the most ape
rimed manufactures, in the City, may be retied
on to be good. -
Intending also more extensively to continue
the manufactoring business, by keeping in hie
employ the best workman, he cao obtain,. and
having on hands abundance of Stock and fin
He 8, which chalenge comparison in this piece.
dinghopesProvidence ?emitting to be able con.
tautly to fionish aeundan.choisa, give generat
satisfaction, and justly merit e sufficient share of
public patronage. Determined to improve his
busir.ess by all fair meanshe assures those who
may favour hint with a call, that he will sell de
low for good pay, as any articles of the same
kind, and quality, so far as he knows can be
bad in this part of the Country.
N. B. Ali ripB luid premature breaches if re.
, turned, wilt be repaired free of expence.
tine Dove,, Dec. 4. 1839. If.
1 MARTIN who would respectfuly inform
his oid friends and the public, that he
still carries on the above business, in its
various branches, one dour East of J. J. But.
tend' Grocery Store, having Just received a new
and ger.eral assortment of BOOTS StiOES
dtc.. adapted to the SeasonBeing careful),
selected by and from several 01'63 most expe
fleeced manufactures, in the City, may he relied
on to be good.
Intending also more extensively to continue
the manufactoring business. bv keening in hie
NOTICE is hereby given to all persons, in
terested tint at my instance a writ of Attach
ment, was this day issued by Andrew Battery
a Justice of the Peace for the Township ot Su.
gar Creek, County of Tuscarawarr, against the,
loods and chattles, rights, credits, nioneve anti
effects of Phineas Janney an abscon ding
debtorand au infamous Vlitaitu
WM. J. 'WET.
Nor. 20th, 1839.
DR. NUN T'S PILLS,
For Consumption. Dyspeptiia, andLia
Reasder, are you 'filleted with Indigestion
Costiveness, Sour Eructations, Loss of Api e
lite, Water Rash Pain or Distress at the Sto
mach, Sickness eller Eating, Languor, Papua
ion of the Heart, Lowness of spirits, Pain in
the Head, Breast, Back. and Limbs, Dizziness
and Confusion'of Sigh!, a Fear of some fm.
pending Evil, Restle,.tiness, a Dislike for Food,
with other Nervous Symptoms, bring before
you the Picture of the Dyspeptic, and Consump
tive patient. Having resolved to remedy them
procure immediately a box of DR. HUNr8
PILLS, a never failing and efficacious remedy
for those dreaded foes of human happiness Dys
pepsia, Gonsumption and Liver Complaint, and
the whole trains of melancholy affections ails
ing from diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels
Sold at: the Office, 1 Chatham street, N.
Foul - F
CONSUMPTION, DISPEPSIA, :AND LI.,
VER COMPLAINT, ace.
As the enjoyment of health depends on pre- ,
serving the timotions of tile Stomach, LIver, In
testines and Lungs, in a healthy and vigerous
stab, through the operations of which the body
receives its growth, its nutiition, its support, it
can no longer be astonishing that when these vis
cora are deranged,and cannot perform their pro,.
per functions, the whole system suffers and be- I '
comes disordered. Knowing this to be a sound ,
nd dem onstrated fact, in science and experi.
ence, DOCTOR HUNT'S SYSTEM OF "'PACT MI in
aaitiffel accordance with it Ho aims to keep A
the Stomach, Lungs and the Liver, in vigeroue
tnd healthy ac-tion, as the three great fountains 1
of health and life. For this purpose his pills '
are compounded of herbs, which strengthen and ,
equalize the action of the heart, and give an Un- I
pulse or strength to the arterial syStem, at tho 1
same time quicken tile action of the absorbent
and discharging vessels ; and as all the secre
thins are drawn from the blood, any morbid ac
tion which may have taken plwe is removed,
all obetructions are overcome, the blood is puri
fled, and the body assumes a heathful state.
These pills give tone to the stomach, increase -
the appetite, and eminently expel all acid or
morbid matter throfigh the exet,retoiy ducts in- ,
te the passage of the bowel In all casesof
Consumption, indigestion or Dyspepsia, Bilious .;
Affection or Liver tiomplainte Heartburn,
Sourness or Many in the Stomdlit', Tightness
, at the Chest, Loss of Appetite, Sick Head A. '
che, Pain in the Head, Back, Limbs and Side;
Flatulency, Typhus and Scarlet Fever, Putrid
Sore Throat, Fever and Ague, or Intermitting
Fever Gout, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica, ,
, Spasmodic Affections, and Tie Doloureux, Con.
vulsions of Children, Measles,Small Pox, Hoop.
ing Cough. ;Rickets, Teething, Worms, Fa..
male Obstructions, Chlorosis or Green Sick
nes and Rejections of Food, and Costivenese,
Colic, whether flatulent or Bilious, follow the
, DIRECTIONS. ' .
DomTake from three to ten pills, till they
operate, two ov three times daily. The use of,
the pills must be persevered in till a cure is ors !
OH N I. SMITH tiz co, Dealers io
11. Dry goods,- Hardware, Gr.oterrew
Sze. Factory at. north side.
h Ot.O. J IS Grocer, Fac
t", tory IA 4 doors west front hunt et.
AMES wAuroN Grocer, North
tir east corner or front and Foctnry st
-Oita liti & InittEY bitotely,
Fuctory emit eide. ilie
Al. Ls ts-tiltiAi 64Co'b tduabillito
V Sift 81 Stu: a6e hiCkitoU00,
Vrolit St. ad door betwi Faclor
BLICKLAI ,,Litt ivccs. Com
rut' challis, t tont bt.
,u uvorb 'Gum 'rum dclory
IRRAUCLIER & GRAHAM'S Corn
AU" Wa, I q3bOtiou, COI LIOI Of
r actor) az hula Ole ,
jA. LITTLE. Tailor, Front at.
one door abovO Factory
W. NEWBURGH, Tenor Flo
e. tory et., north side. , ,
M411 ,BURCHFIE,136 Tailor,
eei;nd et. south from Maio et. :
GG. GRAHAM, Boot & Shoe
Store, Factory at abet aide,of the
A HAWK. Boot end shoe metier',
-m Market et. one door teet of the
FERMI & Tommy. w boa.
sale & Reim! Boot & Ehoe Menu:-
facturero, Peclory st. etot of theCanel
1:1 MARTIN, Boot & Shoe maker
117 Factory at. vest from front si ';
B MECKEN6ON, 'Boot Ss
Shoe maker tecond -tit. one duoi
I ninth from Factory.' - , , :
RICKSECKER, Clock & Winch.
maker, Corner of Factory & front st
KIHARLEb A ILSON Batteri'etc4
1 VIJond at. west side.' , -
I irzt W. WARREN Chair maker,
11011-Main stest north of second et. '
QUAN'IRELL, Tin and Shea
IL Iron Manufactory, , Factory st
BAKkat AND HARBOUGH, Tin
arid Sheet lion Manufactory Fac
tory Bt. south side
HILDT, jr, Commiasion Mt
O.. chant. Prrnt A- 0 OICIIITV at, ,
it 'I ALB i 'o otOitige IS& Com- 2
e. mission Warehouse, on Factory
s. adjoining the Basin. o' ,
1 RICKETS. Colonel Wereroomo,
Cy second st. flora) of Factory at.
0 HN KINNEY, Tailor Front els
pposite the Bridge. ,
W-SPOON Ett AtturneTuTriTv,.'
Front et. North onbe COmmeto;
Nei Ion. g ' ' ' "
111 JONÉb7,--771nnter and blaze;
second st. west side. . ,
MO ' .
Ur B MI AVIVIN , riough dans&
, Waggon Manufactory, second
st. west side. :T. I ''; V . , ' ' : ', A: ( 1.1)
A MOFFI1', acksolitni adio!,r1;ine) .,,,
PAIN) Plough factorp1.0' .dolon t,,'. ,-,
or!' , v- -'--
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