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Rdwir.....-rminot'o..r..."--"r. 41, or-,T,gmApt N yawMir, MA.,w..4r,-1., . - ot '4' bit.Ci471.1313.1110CIICIUt -, .. , TERMS OF PUBLICATION ; 1 : , ..".THE DEMOCRAT 1-7-iii be publiehed every a . Nrit, -"nrning, at Two DoLLAts, ' pee &Minh 1 .'t.'. " irpak. ,t) ill months, or Two DoLuate & a ! r)ITT ,.. I at the end pf the year.' - ,' " :, , , . , , , I a 11" ' - ''' Inv lint in 11.1.19148... 7 ' I ', Mr fez' thti British stintsteron hi3O0,,, or terrupted with trivid remarks,- intended . . '. Cr Ar,) raper wilt be discoAtin!etl, tog, , th, 25..th ot-1 January last, doubtless wit, thread of his argument. but ,,, :- less at the option of the Publimerot un- sect knowledge of the nature or ii..1.16.r.1- biclobsereaaakalehteie the twat effected by jade. , I which had been submitted by. tbefsmetican tnie t a ir ' all arrearages ars paid. -:- teat. intetrerenees the, "pursued the sertissinents lAketad at' tile iollowina aluins1.11 (.4). "ha! of tiroat Wallin, Illatirel kun I .... ,,,. ,,1 hi.....f ...it a .0.1.a.h .7" .aiip ,..,, .-. . 1, H fr.; 1,4 & R, K E ,r, , ... r ....,.:- s..--7 r .. SI,VMUUMPin ua . r way va Arsutagya !v.". 2 segoulkotta.matl! istikgr. , ..., , tilA. lit t United ewes a reply to their last proposal upon Defendant money for the purpose of entenng --...,s.-....... "esaw--. ssit ,''''s,- - , 14 wso LINE, . WHEAT still remains. at 60 cts.. 1 , the subject of the boundary negotiation.' 7hus the S. W. quarter ol the S. W. quarter ef Sec. MAIL - . ,-, .t 1 - '1 ,...11. 4. ' s' ' ' ' ; CORN is only g5 oiaa, we may reasonably aspect that this reply will ;3, in- Townehip 7 of Range 2 U. S. Military ', . ' ' t ,1",' N '. 111111 rail. be received by the Preeident during the present Land, subject to sale et Zanesville, containing . .. ''. . ,- . 1 to hereby give notice, to all those maimed to , goo:whisk n,st, have tan, piles is teneweer r j the subscriberito come forward and settle up 1 , their mooning on or before the 1st of March, 1 gsd, and the bodyl.assumet a lienthfol' mete. all obstructiOe ere overcome, the blood la port , , , , oth rwise their accounts will be leR in the hands Th.iss pais gin, tone ,I9 the stosoirti, Jim1.o,- , , ,- ' I of proper officers for collection. ' 1 tits appetite, and eminently expthill,ehtis -' f ' I' . . 0 :. çi f ' , OATS Illets.,- , . r -, ' - '.: IIKIVIA$5, to tieeptat: - - - ' - ' BUTTER 8 to 9 cies ' ' .' ' : , ' .. . month. (April, ) or early in May. . I Whilst suoh is the condition of the principle' negotiation, the committee have deemed it inex 1,40 sore& , Situated in TUSCartAral County, and A sent the said defendant to Zanesville to enter the id F. 11,4- Wooster' OHM; To Wheeting Va., 1 (Vis, Mu Eaton, Canal Dover. New Philadel-' Fe11. 7th, 1840. :- -, ' ., ' .. .1! , game land in the name ofcomplainant; that ea phia, . Eastport, Stooktown, Cadiz Harri1011- 1 .....0.......----- ' ' - ' . WM. GRAHAM. . tallies passage of the 111 , .s... bowelsoi In ell 'engem' 1.4. v4, morbid mare'. throggh Rio execretostiloote --.- . .. Consumption, Indigestion or Dyspepsiii, Silsbee .s's- '. . - EGGS 6 to8 cle. - ' ' ' ' . - -sr - ',, ' -. : , For ttie Ohio Demo:mt.., ; ..41 . - , s.: pedienh at this time, to mport upon the subordis nate though important question in relation to the : temporary occupation of the disputed terlitory. it ttl f h 13bG th11111"I , They trust ia ie answer o t e nos ov- defendant entered the same in hie OWn name county, Harriccille, and not,, in the mune ot complainant as he Ishould have done, and that a patent for the same o the defendant. -This Bill, praye I .. . - Mt. Pleasent,7 Malls to Wheehng.) Leaves Wooster for Wheeling ev ery Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings ,, ott o c oc ; res a nig a ia iz 3 ' t k to II ht t C d and reanhs rip Vor Rent. ' : Sourness or Acidity to the StornallYfiglitriese 1 ' at the Chest, Loss of Appet ite, Sick Heed As- .s. HE office and building, for met ý A.freatiu"' "...1.'ive'r Ut"Plailits 11111. 1;66". . , A !, s s t -s clic rein in the Head, Back, Limbs imtl Sid..,,, ry - In -any -event, they have 'every reason to , take notioetthat unless he CH We ratIonally suppose that pulblie pna. believe that the state of ausperm wtil be but of lnIvver " don't"' tI3 the ccsa era aro ao many ,lighte to the world; brief duration. , , laid' within sixty days next and so they are- -- Dark' and -dreadful Th committee favor th;a arharraaaine .the P.9.1 al.Prra 4 "N. Printing of every description, execu. led on the mosi reasonable terms, for cash or trade. ' - :t NO llonm, - - ' ty -- ,10 , , atA , 4 , , - 7 for Ito onnsideratioa.1 The Prosiddrik )inti irk 1- Mý. Yi!ti oaf ea! out.$111 - thought it 'Writable to tommunicate this counter limpet to COngretst vet we have hie assurance, on which the most confident reliance may be placed, 'that t is of such e character as will, hued it be tempted, finally settle the gitytiou. This pmpoeition wu officially communicated to that borammut during tht last Ammer., , 1 , 77; , Forsyth, Mt he not only preserves the brew, er - ' 's bat he 001entline the firm belief, that ,ifthe du For transient advertiientents, otie - - , , ..! 00 ty of negotiating the boundary questton be tell square or less, tines' weeks for , 25 In the bauds of th.e.two National Geyernmenta, ram soh tffint innartion- Every subsequent insertion, 25 One square thr one year, ' 8,00 Two ditto ditto 12,00 Half a Column, ' - - 16,00 One - - 25,00 Aivezusemonts may be seht lo through the post office fro, of postage on the part dale Adver 4. : PRINTERS. ' , - 8,00 to whom shine of right it belongs, the difficulty 1,3,00 or conducting the negotiation to an amicable is Khoo sue wilt not be found am great as has been by .25,00 many persons apprehended.' And in jiis subss , quota note of March 13, 1840 he states that he th1 031 has been instructed to dee! le Adm. ale! that her Majes ty's Government are only welting for the detail ed reporter the British Commissioners recently i, Mai emptoyed to survey the disputed territory, for cash which report, it was believed, would be Qom pleted end delivered to her Majesty's Govern ment by the end of the present month, (March, in order to transmit to the Government of the in mom to transmit to um tiovernment of the 24 day of August Nu. Uomplamant gave to : United Soites a reply to their last proposal upon Defendant money for the purpose of entering I - , the subject agile boundary negotiation. ',thus the S. W. quarter ol the S. W. quarter ef Sec. ' we may reasonably expect that this reply will i S. in Township 7 of Range 2 IL 2. Malty", ' be received by the President during the present Land, subject to sale st Zanesville, containing month. (April, ) or early in May. I 40 acres. , Situated in Tuscarewas County, end l Whilst suoh is the condition of the principle sent the said defendant to Zanesville to enter the negotiation, the committee have deemed it inex , same land in the name ofcomplainanh that said pedienh at this time. to mport upon the subordi. defendant entered the same in hie OVin name nate though important queltion in relation to the land ,.. -.not, in the name ot complainant as he temporary occupation of the disputed territory. , For the Ohio Democmt. They trust that the answer of the British Gov- should have done, and that a patent tur same ! ery Motiday, Wednesday and Frida ,, TO ALL PRINTERS. erntneot may be or such a character as to rentt has issued to the defendant. ,Thia Bill prayd 1 that deiendant,lba .compelled to convey said ott 3 o'clock; rests all night at Cadiz as Wheeling 11 o'clock A. M. the --; " II, ALL IntLIDI LIM ' ,... erntnent may be or such a character as to refl. mat uelenonni los compeneo to conre eat a d Y . so Wheeling 11 o'clock A. M. the.succeeding , Ad. utvuvu 1111112 outioplou uy -Mfg:Magma int 111111000ges. an to comp tunant c. ' Gentlemett Printers of all parties:. der a report upon this latter sub' L d 1' The deft ant will ' d. 1 McConnel, Esq., ou front street, I Viellitnry. Tvphus end Scarlet teeter, ?tali& - event, they have every reason to i.: 8tni..rotiout, Fever and Ague or Intermittl g .' We rattonally suppose that public p in rY. In ant; r . . , . , take notioe,that unless he slual appenr and plead i -J ' ' " ' - believe tnat me state of auspemie will be but or answer or demur to the complainants bill afore- ' Leaves Wheeling tor Wooster, On Monday, i r rent, the building is is I s'ortaA.high Fevers, Gout, Rheumatism L ' b g " - . , LIM ago, .,i-int,es,-, , 0 tars are so many lights to the world. I brief duration., ' . - . , midi within sixty days next after the day athe Wednesday and Friday at o'clock P. M. reach end is convenient for tw tE - cAnquire ot the rAltors. - . la eL ens, an at 0 40100X1 '0 ' ' 0 0 ce....B1111010011. Alf ti d T. D I C '' rk.4.--tr- f and se they are. -- Dark' 'and -dreadful ., The committi3e, ever glace thia embarrassinr rising of the Court aforesaid. at the next term -es Wooster 8 o'clock P 18. the succeeding r, - r, . veloons of Children, Meesles,8tnall Pox, i keep:. . S ' must be this. world,- were . the public and exciting question has been first presented fo-r i ther" the laid bill ill be taken es confessed, dast - -- '' - - - . , ' ' Dover lkiarch 13th, 1810.-3w.. - ., me Gutigh. Rickets, Teething, Worms Fe& ' .- - - -3----- 11 --..1-n . . - . . i This line connect, at Wheeling. with the , - Mall 0 ttletionli, 1 ores et mon ic.... j1 Ob t CI I G S k . . . . - . - . 111111011 WU 1111111 Wgritit Won Olio 'mum& and exciting question has been first presented for press intivarsally,,Alemolishod;-: The their consideration. have been anxious that tho piers Le a light and a- blessing, if the Government of the United ' States ehould con. printer be true to, his elltiOli, - and tries ataatlY preserve itself in the right; and hithetto this desire has been fully accomptished ;The to adtanoo viltattwer tends to the Public. territorial rights of Melee have been eniformly good. , Then why do DO all our printers asserted. and a firm determination to maintain to these days of party spirit, join in en., them has been invariably evincee4 though this lightening the people of this country,on has been done in an amicable spirit. Se far as the committee can eXereiNi any influence over 4,11at subject which tends particularly t : 0 that althiant that, ant tatattivatt, that ir warahnoM their good; namely,. Bank Reform; end lett goon; namely, Dann netorm, and be th ult, which they confidently hope may 1 it ow the nature of this bank reform ,in not be th hail be rendered info., a plain and concise manner. . ' , liable, by6ticilles:ointdh.ullietwafr ; Our Commonwealth is divided into' They have believed tilist itoe Bbr eititsnhoGoverument. of uniting every. American heart ansudreelvtemryt two political parties, called. at Pram' roeurnictran arm in defence of the just rights of the the Van Burenites, , and the Harrisci;-, ism Then out filmes two parties, is It ill;ut.itistic'S t's.i . ' k at-: ' ''' .' branch of the Govertimemerlittr hiasti: it(ntihmoestia-imeecubeglyn.e., composed a third party, or rather a clan of 6peculators, . called . Bankers. fling, been unitormty guided by. -,T0 and has thus far pursued a fi lllll consisenettePitril this clan, there are as many of the. prudent course, throughout the whole negoatial party as the other. Hence Weil) uß ank nun with Great Britain Reform, is no part of our party polities, i Whilst the c$?mmittee can percieve no ado 11 NW ow. ...Bowe asolow yonoovoire,sasomo , , teform, is no part of our party politica, Whilst the committee can percieve no ado . ....a... Iteiorm, le no part or OUr party politica, I it, um, ulu UUMUI111.10 FOIRIIIUVO MAP quote cause, at the present moment, lot antici but the concern of all;for Ma one clan im akin coficern an; unktne concern et envoi. tuts one ciao un zat-ing .,,,,!. I initial b'etween the-tor-C' countri-e;, I received,' and leave a , considerable number on pose a parcel of dangerous paper on us, r they would not be understood as ef pressing the I hand for subsequent. calls... Tba publieher is more than gratified in statleg that the whole of and, we, the rest hare to'make the best,. opinion that this country should not be prepared peace !tat edition of SIX Thousand, rive Hundred Cop of this paper. ,- We do not aa i soder. to meet any emergeney.; The question of A J 1 18R- wilt' nnmnintalv mwheniLA La... litu imattot mann it, wool to WM11111511 tue amuse, . bout, reform Ike Bank law, . 8- . answer (edit) Brirish Gerernm' ;ail -ne-tv orpeedi- ing of the third number of the volunt and :,, ., , , . , , consequently, he wae compelled to rese7prita i A AI tO I, sin.cted make stockholders as liable for their ' -------' ' . ' , . , Second Edition of Two thousand copies, mak. ' Mr.', rtight moved that ten trietitiano extra lunithithicloculsracundlatovii of the Ladle's Companion notee. aa I AM for mine. ' If I ' give '' a kod'oi.opciuestislioil hien rwepacriii Illsprittidt. which after A note of hand. my property ti liable for sors right, Buchanan, of tho 'Tooth vot 0 hundred, at the termination it; and should not a bank tiOtO , he as Ruggles Allen, and Claey r Kentucky, partici. , in 'consequence Of this great and unparalleled . . well cored a8 tov note of hand .. pated, was agreed to. IThe debate will be giv a d . . IGO ilk OW Mini increase of new subseribers, he hat demi minad ,. more thole gratified iir stating that the whole of end we, the rest here to make the best,,, opCnion that this country should noVhe preAred out edition of SIX Thousand, rive I kindred Cop of this paper,. We do nOt IS 1 . ender. to meet any emergeney.: The question of peace Bunke. or war may, an a great degree, depend upou the ies, was completely 'Altana thd before thu issw stand it, wish to demolish the ing of the third number of the volume; and, answer of the Britieb Government new opeedi buil reform the Bank law.- 80. aft to 1., t,..1 - . , consequently. he was compelled to tesDi'lLt a 1J - -7' ---Nloieover, all of you 'printers know . why ,ibe Bank law allowed Ho much len , , ity; because Money Iris', Scarce, comm. . lowly batiks were allowed great ',len. . ity,.aticlihey :mill ' further , abused that . lenity.' But now.we suppose our coon ' try tii hive money, eneugh,.. to enable ' ,bankers to become liable for theit paper,' , , IMO to itisue no more . paper . than they , . have specie to redeem. Now bow :is. this great good to be obtained, but- by, tile enlightening' part of our community, tviz,the printers of both parties,' taking eta active part in explaining it to the peo . ple, and enticing them to it; for it . sot.. dentireannot hurt the Harrison pady, C or eny ether, except Bankers. But ,I phould nut propose this to all printers, ' lid some ol you ere bankers too, and it will therefore interrupt the banking:part of your Wittiness; ankyoti,:must then 't ' ota-ke your bank note, -,act-goud - as my i tiote of band.,-- Yet even you' stockhol , cling printets, if yoti discloee the-, secret to the public, apt$ meet some disadvan .. .,. toge, iv there not so-much itiod in:.,the . -'1 PeOple, andProVidence,' as tóloward ,-.. youfor your true, patriotism 1-,-SO.,41et . . , the-year '40, or tlis yettr.of reformation,. bring to the PolIN a. unanimous vote for I Bank 'Reform. NI ebbar; rillerti, ii. you . tle not inform the peopie attune things rementl;er, America is wise, I and they f, will find it out themselves. '' ' . . . r if you please, tell - thetn also, that en American looks well in an Amaricati 1- or tomemade,dress; .and 1 to ride with homeade equipage; and (O. keelia table 1 . s'most and,altogether covered with the ptoducts end-comforts of Atherica ; and !' many code anch ,thingth-- that shim a prosperous sign. ',',11ell them . that this . is the fashion of the year One Abousand . eight hundred and förty. . ONE. CONGRESSIOA NORTHEA ST ERN B MBA RY.'- Mr. Buchanan, Rom the Comtnittee on For, oign Relations, made the following repört : The Committee on Foreign Riletions, to which wee referred the Several messages of the President of the United States, communicating to Congress, 'at its present eespion, certsin cial correspondence in relation to the question of the territory in dispute. with,qieat Britain on our Northeastern frontier r erik-iiiescerldn re' sointictio9heLegislature of Maine on the:tame subject," , - ' - REPOWL ' . . That they have Ead the Mute under consider ation, and now deem it expedient to communi cam to the Senate their reasons for not making, Alt the present moment,' a general Renod upon the whole subject: They feel that they, will best perform this duty, by placing clearly snd 'distinctly before tho Senate the existing state and condition of the pending negotiation between the two Governmente. The President Of the Et. in his annual mos uttee, aver since this embarrassing r- i pig uutign. niumeml, UtITH1.i 1 1.1111 - question has bees first presented for 1." h.,1 , This line connects at t oere'sor:th-e-asi-d te-itii;etaiten es confessed, &v.'. - - h I Dover Nierch 13111, Wheeling, Wan !I I 184(1-3w;' - male Obstructions, Chloresio et ,Groon thek " rated, was agt:eed to. fTbe debate w' id be giv In consequence Of this great and unparalleled tin in our next. ,. ,.., , , .. , increase of new subscribers, he has 'term mined . to commence the new volume for the eit.uing ', . - Correspondent of the PAiladelphia .- year, with THIRTEEN THOUSAND: hop. ' -; ' ' ''' Times.; - . .. . - '. j ing that be will thus be enabled to supply ell the ' ' ; .' ' -..' . CONGRESS::: : -.,..; '. additional demand.' for the Laches Companion, . -. as well tut those disappointed in commencing ,-The Rouse of Representatives wit with the tenni volume. The proprietor, feels grateful for that encouragement.which hat been obliged to) WitneSS another disgraceful and domolalizing scene on the 21 of A- ti":01ahlmitlaYmbrirbe.douPtcionatZgLintlis:rtloart pril.' It appears that lite Whigs or the the, Ladies', Companion,' that it is his determin.. House have been preparing a document, sd resolution to meet ,it with 'corresponding w hich they intend to have published and dlipbepersalrielyinto iner,R.its7clineen:ce. , , The work. circulated in Yirginia,' with a view to affect the election in the State...-Mr. , BEAUTIFUL NEW TYPE, printed on the fittest pater smoothly , pressed, Wise was on the finer, making 'inme end neatly stitched in a at;dsome cover. , remarks respecting the saute; Mr. By. ,. 7 be Ladies' Companion contains' a larger num, of North Carolina, was stanch .- . IS unantitv of reading than anv other maffazine iv. 4: - ,,- -. ------,, ...1 intormetl t;011 Winn' the been during the last inn ylars an actual poosoient dour Nonhemetern boundary, the pro diminution ifespenditurea.4- Upon a re-. position promised by Great Britain fo, a commis pion of exploration and survey, has been recoil, ferenee to the expenses of the .Nalry ed, and comet-project, including m provision Department, he proved that doting the . for theca and final adjustment of the Who administrations of Gen. Jackman nnA lila 41610d-itself, eqd that the ilpeo.-11.. 0,, ; - out' dtly rem wee., veideut uPee the ,ilthrettee, .ceme tope .be stend within the enumeration referred to. It items' end en apyropri:cte !el:7;7H bY:t11111 be was astonishing to see hos, anestai tho Aberally !aelnwed,as it is the design of the pub lisherr with the aid of his contrilnnors and the Harrison-men were white Mr. McKay advionno.fiMetien friends to make the ladies' Com had lbe near-. - He was, frequently in terrupted with (rival retnarks, intended l'Iýurt it:typoggi caphylblethe to break jbe thread of his ergomoni but et ha literary truths thane:Ina and livalue be pas not ie the lead effected by jade. its musioaud the unequalled splendor of its ,ceat. into, rerence II, cauPietearteriattlyErma4hbetiiaonlis.a.eata, an. d tbe sec tiraey..ofi,ts pureuea the oven tenor ,ot kis way"..until o'elock, and then yielded- the Hoot to Mr, Me ting of Maas wbo gave way to a tion tot adjournment, 'Ile will proceed tonriorrow.'. t' 0'. In Chancery", e IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS TUSCARAWAS COUNTY, OHIO. Jacob How, ) The Bill in 'this ease Am. - wait filed on the 23d Jacob How, Ir. ) October I1339, and thews and charges that some time before the 2d day of August Mt Complainant gave to Defendant money for the purpose of entering and a d'ocree had.accordingly. - , , , I I This line connect, at wheeting, wttn me , M ATHERTON. mail lint) for Frederick, (Maryland) al which - 84 fur courit, place the Rail road Oar's to Baltimore and Phil April 30, 18,i0. ' ' 'dolphin, offer a cheap and rapid wage; also with transet up and down the Ohio, by Steam LADIESk b.oat passaire. almost always in waiting, alit! a... .6; - VOREPAINION, tOrkair.is, St. Louie, and intirmadiata points, al Since the publication of the number for No- I vember, the,demand for tit., Lathe's Companion 1 has been unprecedented and beyond the most sanguine anticipations. At the counnencement of the volume an additional number of copies were printed, win:di was considered at the time , adequate to satisfy all-the orders which might be ! - noworava.a. .isahoms di.11.,11111 I ,Fr mum, out. LMIngo, noon noomonownouno ....,, - - 13TH VOLUME COM M EN CES I to to Oteubanville, Pittsburg and other paints in , 'WITHTITE MAY NUM BELL ithlt 'I'm"' - ' '' - . - - . 17 Thousand issued windily l 1 I . - ' - ,Ar woosTER, :, . The LADIES' COMPANION. established , Till Une leaveti idler the arrival of the Western in May, 11334a popular and highly Bosomed and Northern Mails, for Cleaveland, Norwalk, magazine of General Literature and the Fine Mansfield act.. Intersects the Ohio Canal, at Arts i embellished with gorgootts anti costly ett- Canal Dover, where packets are constantly rtI gravings on Steel, and the Quarterly Fashions ; ning in the direction of Massillon , Cleaveland.r and woo wide tutioouublo . and Popular Music, also to Columbus, Chillicothe and Portsmouth arranged for the Piano-Forte, Harp and Guitar. on thaphio, and intersects at Cadiz the Steil entity of reading than any other magazine tow with a gentleman, in conversation bo sued in this countlye.and its subscription price is the aubject, and remarked to him thet only .three dollars.a year. while the great com, the docuMent- Wee . mede up of raise binatioo of talent liecured for the, coining year hoods.' .;, Mr. Rice Garland, of Louisi-. will renderit. unequaled by any other feriedi. etre, arose' from his seat.' which' was Cal.' - . . ' A: ' ' . ' - ' SPENDID raTEEL ENGRAVINGS. ,. close to where Mr.Bynum Sail standing ' . - , Prepered by.Mr..A Dick, ornament the wink and advancing Inwards him called him ....' orie Of which accompanies each number. "a damn'd liar.", Mr:. Bynum retertad These plates are entirely new and are engrae., the charge, when' Garland struck. him ed at a heavy expense by one o'f the best artists a. violent blow on the head.' f Mr. Bv- in Americo, expresaly for the magazine. The ,desiffna are- selected with a view of interesting num returned s severe blow which was the gbeneral reader, and enhancing the value ol received by Gatland on the cheek, and the work, for its superior pictorial embelish. followed tbe same up in rapid 911CCIPP men It is with pride the proprietor apnoun. eion, with others in different parts of the cos that the Ladies' Companion is the only mat ,eirrunich NizandiElegard steel , face, Mr. Garland attempting - to bold aPzisinteesPeubliesithreRd him. Several members inisrfered and other IlijoPiubly AriodLls, arislegae.nIrma ill)ya n yfii rn! owed them, and Garland went off blew. wom out in annuals.- " ,; - , ding profusely.' Mr. Bynum is the time- In addition to the engravings above mention,. lest Illitn. in the House, and in very del. ed, a correct plate of die ,- :, icate health; but being suddenly aroused QARTERLY FASHIONS FOR LADIES-, by. the attackupon him, éucceded n bt). will appear in thelune, September, December, and March numbers, independent of the usual verely punishing Garland, who is s stcut . .. . , .. embellishment , It is tile determination of the hearty Mitn. ' proprietor that these Fashion Plates shall "ID A motion was immediately made by pear in a a'tyle titherto unknown.- ' ' , ' - Mr. Underwood, of Kentucky, tò ap-, . ITS LITERARY CHARACTER. .'.- point a committee to investigate the cit.-. win . undergo no change, as it will remain under commences and report Alaimo to the the charge of the same Editors as beretelbre. HOUBS, which was carried; end Messrs. Articles from the pont of the most distingushed Underwood of Kentucky, Briggs, of writers, will appear in the forthcoming numbers among which may be entimerated thtfullowingt Massachuse tts, Cooper, of Georgia, But ler, of South Carolina, and Clifford of Mr8. ikiland'''Élnin6 C Einbury, Lydia IL s Sigourney, Frances &Osgood, Mrs. Eike, Mrs Maine; ,were appointed, ' . Caroline Orne, ' Soh Smith, Jane E. Locke, . . " WASHINGTON. April 23, 1840. i Henry F. Harrington, Ann & Stephens, Miss The Senate has been engaged all dol.), ljannah F Gould? M A Browne, Charlotte Emily Jackson, Henry W HON in the discussion of the rte-emption beurt,Bilms t M ut or of 'Cromwell,' itc. Pro. J. H. . - Ingraham, author of 'Burton,' ' 'Captain Kid,' '- The House -went into Committer) of dm Pro. H W Longfellow author of 'Outre price!, Chiet-Justice Mellon. J. the Mini, Mr. Casey'. in the Chair in I, BflileariP ra kt the general-- Appropriation Bill. air. 'Breooks ; M eon joeomrguet,i.Glilonrvriileletteannl i ritonC NcKay, of Nirth Carolina was lave ll C Pray,, W Comstock, If B 'Dennis, Rev i Dined by the - Chairinan,' 'and proceeded 1.1 Clinch,. ili Brooks, A Film, P A Dorivage, to make i solid Matter offal speech on " P Harrin6tun..'''''' ' : . -' . Together with several adhere, with whom ne the expenditures of the present admin. ' gociations ire pendingi, Theywill hereafter be istration. He referred:to thejournals announced. .- - ' '1-, '. ,:77,':7,,2 : . or Congress lor tho regular sips:toes of . blEt:ANN S: STEPHEN' S, - the government for the last twenty years "-:. WILLIAM', W: SNOWDEN, Editors. and he proved by ill recorda.rshick can HENRY F..HARRINGTOF. - not tic, tbaI notwithstanding Allegrad. ,f '-iI),E AIII,SICAL DEPARTMENT. ' tut! and rapidly' advancing incriase of: i Of the Ladies.',Vernpanion haS'eVe'r commarld population, and.the consequent increase' ed I large share or attention,- aud has been look 00 :eddupon. with nik little - interest by its tendert, of expenditute necessary to corry an more, especialk the Ladies, whom the pub the glair' of the government there has - , . . . loiter ni.anxiolis to please. It will continue to be 4 subject cif Mori ,than usual cue to hitmand to the hawser (inner- whose au?ervisiou it is placed, !T. make that portion of the magazine de earring of the touutouttine- of every lover of; male. : '''' - - I THE WORK-1N GENERAL. - TermsTlires Dollars a year; IN ADVANCE. rrOr Four dollars durink the year.131 No eubacription received for ICU then One year. Lettere must he pout 1;attl. otherwise the pee togs is dolucted, end' credit given only tor the batance. - lance. 7 Addreelg WILLIAM W. SNOWDEN, , 109 Fulton Street. New-York. Fare Reduced vuttitistatgs - " 88 8 " fur cipedunities tor conviyance to Cincinnati, COMPANION. Orleans, St. Louie, and intermediate poin.ta, al. Mansfield eet..., Intersects the Ohio Canal, at Canal Dover, where packets are constantly rtitl ning in the direction of Massillon , Cleave land,- also to Colutnbus, Chillicothe and Portsmouth on the tbhio, and intersects at Cadiz the Steu benville hail. , AT ,WOOSTER, L' This line intersects the Norwell( line, which hoe poses through Ashland to Norwitlk, for Huron and Detroit, also at , Wooster with the line tc Mansfield, lineyrus, and with a line at. the lag place for Lower Sandusky.. - , The Line for the last four years has been run eight months in the year in Coaches and the re.. maieing 4 months on horeebeek. The present , Gotact compels the Contractors to carry the Mai in Carriages, the whole year. of course itsprebensiou need be indulged bv the pub. lic of any diteppointnient from teasels or wea. T Route is decidedly the nearest end iTIOP1 eli ble for all who wish to leave this. vicinity for teuhenvilte, which tVom the daily harms. ing &revert between the two places, is becoming a deeideratunt, the utmost attention will be 'mid to tbe safety end centred of paseengsra. ' 'r' ,T E , cordage& end tleress have been selected with the ittnsnet care, and none but experienced and sobet drivers wilt be employed. 2 ;44110c:titian for dente on this line climbs made at the Wooster Hotel. At the United States Ho lel) Wheeling, aswell us at the intermediate points. , 4 IL KOLLER, 1 contraotets. , J. A. MYERS, S , J A. MYERS, I : - April 124111, 36. esv, Notice. The Float account of George Gonter Execu tor of the last will and tatament of Peter Shaf fer deceased, was Med at the March Term ot the Court of Common Pim in 1840, subject to the Examination of al' concerned. JAMES W. ENGLISH Clerk. - April OM 1840. WANTED DDIEDI (TM.. BY THe &ÐSCRIBER, &IEVERAL first rate Journeymen, fine Boot St Shoe Makers, who can box the craft; or work well on eith er branch, Pegged or Sow& JOHN MARTIN.. Canal Dovvr April, 10th 1840.--tf: A LIST OF LETTERS. Remaining in the Post Office at Bolivar on the lat. day of April which if not ter. ken out before the 1st day of !July next will be returned to the General P. O. as daed letters. Arthur John M. Burch William Bightle Elizabeth Baghted bade Brown John Jr. Bro No John Crowtch John Sen. Fogle Iohn Fashbaugh John Kramer 11.. Keller Jobn - .0ekto George's' (Mariam Poe David 1 Rhoden- Jetileb eon & Mieer) . I. ;Rosman James Snyder Henry 2 Robinson A. Shwalk - Shillirv Doctor Wilt David - - Smith 'Morgan Zops Henn-Stephan Yens David alines George TELLER, P, M. ;') April lOth MIURSON'S Celebiated IF Writing Jult.-For Sale by IS. FERTIG C II 00 mass. SPOONEA. ilas taken a room in tbe dwelling house of T. S. Frazier, Esq., corner of Second ,and Wooster streets,1 whereat) will open a School, On TUESDAY, the 17th, inst., :for the in struation of youths of both sexes, in the varbu branches usually taught in English elementary schools. I , , TERMS Per QUARTER. Reading, Spelling, Writing, and Mental Arithmetic, ' $2,00 Arithmetic, Geography 'Grammar, Rhetoric, Astronomy, dm - $2,50 Dover. l'arch3c1, 1840 - icte orDecombet hut 1 - . is"".".""uS, u" Whet anxious to pleas& It will continuo to I -- Con. 6W:1)r tits i been define the lest .ten veers an se !UR. ha a iubieet at Worm titan Mild 1111111 to lk;ro ÐoVer. March 11, 1840,, ',. - " '.1. NE Alr:, -, . : . 1 qattortugal la a.bitstmnttt . SAM IL AMMO, - .?... -77-OULD respectfully inform' the J citizens of Dover, and the ad jell! counttee,tbat he has commenced the adoring business in the Tow!) of Canal poser, mercbanta row Factory Street, taro doors weet of Montfredy & . MoCleart'e New Store, in the room formerly occupied by Mrs. M. C. Olen iuger as a topfectionary,where Clothing will be made ill the most &Atonal) e and fitting mannerOrom his experience in the above . builriesisy he feels ' assured 'that be, will be abli to render general , satisfaction to all, wleare pleased, to , giva him a call. Dover, April lOth IBM It it, I 11 hereby give notice, to all those indebted to the subscriberito come forward and settle up LINE' jittheir ac000nta on or before the 1st of March, i oth rwise their accounts will be left in the hands lot proper officers for collection. ' Vat) , . VI'M. GRAHAM. Iiladel- Fe11. 7th, 1840. - Notice. TUSCARAWAS COUNTY 1 AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY: Argieeable to a resolution adopted at , the first meatiog of the Tutrearawas Ag rieultural Society, notice is hereby giv , en, that the members of said Society and all ethers who reel intereated in agricultural puriuits, are requeoted to meet at the Court boom), New Phila. dephis on first Saturday'lli .11avi- next st 12' o'etock noon. - - , s , J. Patrick, Rec. See April 17, 1840... - Saðdle-ry. RESPECTFULLY informs the pnb)ic (hat lie laas purchased the Saddle dz. Hate. ness walking establishment belonging to Jo Ian Treanor, and intends to carry ou the business ss usual- and manukcture wen and women't saddle' in the newest fashion and of the best materials. A L S 0 , - tAll kinds of !carriage, Dearborn wagon and 'Float harness': with :every other article in his line of business vvhich is required the coun Ho flatters himseff that the execution of his work will be satisfactory to those who may employ him. He will eel on woder ste ternis, and take all kinds of approved noun. try prude, in payment. Ail kinds ofleather for sale. , New Philadelphia, July 30th, 1839 If. WOOL CARDIN - AND CLOTH' DRESSING. ANDREW SEA7'0N. GANKFITL for past favors, would i-n form the Farmers and Wool Growers of Ttlsearawas county and the counties adjoin., ing Viet be contmues lo CARD WOOL DRESS CLOTH on short notice. ihving a &at rate Doti Ile Carding Machine and the best of Machinery for Dressing Cloth, together with an experienced and skillful worktnan. he tePts , confident in saying that his customers may rest sutured of having their work done in the best manner. , Theprices for Carding is 6 1.4 cents per pound, and the prices for Cloth, Dressing shall be reasonable. Al kinds of produce recieved in payment for work,--ati work must be paid for before:taken from the shop. New Philacletphia,. May 3, 1886. , NEIV FALL and AVISTER GOODS ZUST received from the Eastern cities large and splendid assortment of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, consisting of French, English, and Victorio Prints; Muslin de Lane, Painted Muslim and Lawns I Linen and Cotten Drillings; Blue, Black and Mixed Oloths t Ctussimeres, and Sattinetts of all col ors and quaRies; Bed Ticking, 13eached and Unbleached Muslin.: Also, a fiLe lot of Hair and Fur Caps. , L SMITH & Co. N. 11. AIL kinds of produce mite', in ex. change for Goode.CASH paid for Wheat. A. J. L & Cana Dover, Sept. 19, 1839. str. - A LL persons &flowing therneelee? 11.1 indebted, by Note,Duebillotecoun or otherwise, to the subscriber muet pay up before die 10th of April next, tir their obligations or accounts will be left with proper officers for collection, witliout respect to persons. - V. DEE.S'ON. Dover March, nib, 1940. . WM. GRAHAM Ziz co, North eas I Dover March, lath, ISMIy, ., , comer of Sccond & Factory al.: , Dealers in Dry Goode, Grocerieeo I j MARTIN, Boot As Shoo maker 1:ardware. Quensware Sze &c. Factory at. weal from front at. NOtiCe z: 1 HUN7013 CELEBRATED PILLS, , CONSUMPTION, DISPEPSIA,ZAND,Lld . VER COMPLAINT, Álts.:. --- ' . .. : As the enjoymentget health depends en pre serving the functions of the Ettintutch, beer, hi. , ' tostiass ansi Lamp, in a healthy . anti vigorous - , suite, through the operations of which dirt body . rerAives its growth, no nett ition, its support,. 11 . , can no longer be astonishing that -when these gm. 1 , cora are deranged,and cannot perform their proo per function, the whole system suffers and be. - ' , comes disordered. Knowing this to be a seen , nd deinonstrated fact, in scienee and elpeti.., ' . ' , once, Docroa Hturr's Swam or PRACTICS ill il ' taithibl accordance with it. He aims to' keep ': ' the Stomach, Lungs and the Liver, ie vigerousd. ' and healthy ration, as the three grrmt fountains ' ' - ' of health and lab. Fut this "inputs, his pills ; are compounded of bottle, winch strengthenand , , equalize the aution of the heart, and give an ion. : pulse or Mr. ngth to the erteriar system m the - , ' - same linos quicken the action of the at'tsorbent .. end discharging vessels I and so al) Om 'erre .' mos are drawn from the blood, any morbid ea- . ,- 1, tionzfwbisit may have taken Ogee is reiniived, ..- ,e 1,, 1 all obatructiGne ere overcome, the blood la purl ...si, ' 1 1 fied, and the body assumes a Iteathful' stateti - i These pine give 'unit ht. the stwom.tell iticretp.e , t ..-., :' tho appetite, and eminently expthit-,ahoi.tAir .,' ' ' I' . ,N,i'N. t. 1 morbid mover throggh die esetristory stunts tef.i, ..,, .'..:,141,0,, 1";, to Via pasnage of the howels.e In all. 'caseload' e4i st4..... . - , nese, sod Rejections of Food, mid Costiveness, Colic, whether. flatulent or Bilious, follow the 6' DIREC'flONS. , - Does.Take flow litsee to ten pills, till iney operate, two or three utnee daily. The Harlot the pills ilitibt be persevered lu till a ear le eh Dna ntizars,rri,to Pot Consumption, Dyspepsia, an , Lug. - , - sr , Complaint. 1 ,o itgaader. are vou tridigestiovi Costiveness, - S;tur Eructations, toga of Appe tite,, Water : Rash Pain mtligtrego at the Soy. Sicknese Brier Eating, Lauguer, sralpita ion or the Heart, Lownegio of bpirite, rain the Head, Breast, rack, am! Linibg, Dizziorisi and Contagion of Sight, a Fear of soma Im. pending Evil. RASstfebenesti, a Dislike fur Fond., vith other Norville tiympiouis, - lieliira yigs the Picture film Dygpcp Consiturt,. tivi patient, Having mei& . procure :immediately a hoe of PILLS, a never filling end sillicimieus or thoge dreaded qua! id human Iii:ppintos Pyg 1 peptua, Consumption and Liver Coniplaiut, the whole traine of melancholy 'treelike' aria- , ing from diseares Hie Stomach, Liem, Bowels and 'Angst , gal ikt the Office, I ,ChatInins street, N.:: York, , ' . -, , r rood. bblibrito ;: " Bowe la ;, - , INTER ES'FING AND- APPLiC,41, , BLE TO TOE AFFLICTED 4, , DINCA.Sill litE bTomA011, OR NikaillIN Such as DYSPEPSIA, either Chi crowal; , - under ilia worst symptoms ot restressuess' . ' Lowness of Sphits mid Cenerril Enna ' , CONSURIPTtON. Whether of.the Ltings ot Li' art , LI VER AFFECTIONS. liNDICE. both P: ',Binary and Spasmodic Costiveness; AA Drina. ', of every variety; Rheumatism, whethei. A -elite Of chronic' together with 60(71',:iticro,. , fele, in the Head, Back, Linths, and 4 r;f Side, Timms Fiala, ScAR:AT FEW R,Pws ' trid Sore Throat,- PE ER and AGUE,, Spasmodic Palpitation of the Head and Ard.' ,teries, Nervous trritss'ility, Nervous Weak-, Hysterics The Doultioreoz Cramps, Ps 10, male Obstructions, Ileartburn, Headache Cough, the Common or humid, ari'd the Dry ' or die Whooping; ASTLIMA, Gravel to,1. .0 Dropsy - - ' , , , , The El nod has hitherto been eonsidertut ' - '114 Empiricka and others, as thetgreat. regulator it the burner system,xind such is, the devotedneso .. t of the adherent tothat erroneous doctrine; that r they content themselves with the simple pee. 4, ef this fallacious opinion, without ea, ..--,t,, quiting rntotthe primary Bowe from whence . . Lite,Health,and vigimr emanate, and vicettru. '. If pain, sickness,clisease and death. -- Nit se with . DR. Hun whose extensive vosearch and 4 practical experience so eminently qualify him for the profeasion of which he has been ono of . , . the most useful members. He contends,and a , ; moment's reflection Will convince any reason, t ing mind of the correetness of hie viewsthat ',- . the stomach, liver aud die associated organs are ,''fi the:primary and great ,regulators of health;and . ; . J,,, that the blood in.very many instances is totally. --, -. ; diconnected With the first and succeeding sta..;., ,s' 4,11,- gas of disease, am! that unless a medicine fetish' -r- ",,z, , es the root of the niseaseohe superficial alloy, , nes usuallyl'preseribed, verve but as foils to cot,. - .. or the ravages of deep,rooted: maladies. Un.. ter these convictions, at the expence of years to close application, the doctor has discovered a ..t e medicinewhoee searching poweis are irresis r, --ap, tible, and in prescribing, 11 is with a firm con, viction ot its being a radical cure in the various . diseases already enumerated, even if applied in , the most critical casee,but be dues not pretend 1 to ascribe te. , ' A L7BLIC BLESSING ' ' - - DR. HUNT'S - BOTANIC PILLS,' ' roa TIM 'CURE fit - FEVER AND AGUE, Consumption, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Heartburn, Sourness or Acidity in the Stomach, Tightness at the tiled, Loss of Appetite, Sick t Head Ache, Pain in the Head, Beck, Limbs and ( Side, Flatulency, Typhus toad Scarlet Fever, Putrid Sore Throat, Envoi and Ague, or Inter. AP... mitting Fever" Gout, Rheumatism, Lumbagri, Sciatica, Span:odic Affections. end Tic Doolow reux, Convulsion!' of Children, Measles, Small Pox. Hooping Cough, Mains, Teething. Worms, Female Obstructions, Chlorosis or Green Sicknese. and Rejections of Feed. and Costiveness, Colic, whether flatulent or!Ililiotem; , ollow the s - , t , , DIRECTIONS. Dosz...-Take from three to to9 pills, till the, operate, two or three times , - Patel 25 CINT Per Box. t Sold at WO Chatham meet. , -1, Wholesale and Retail.. - WIlere rpplieations for Agencies. fedi eines or Advertising, meet with- prompt plea nn. serving pa 1119 COLIIIIOURKIr I MARTIN, Boot As Shoe mai ed, and- a counter project, including a provision I Department, he pro. ved that &nog Ins ' : ,.(); "1617 ItlYet fli Dealers in Dre Goode, Groceriee, j , for the certain and final adjustment of tits rectory at. West from front et. itdmitliSliatiocs of Oen. Jackson and THE WORK- IN GENERAL. liardwaret QUCUSWare ita &C "II "Pouliot of the adminiCrations of Von. Jackoon-and tHE WORK- IN GENERAL. , ilardwaret Queiswgto re tta &c LP Factory at. wool from front et. !Y1 , ''' 11141ERTIO & TORHEY,!, Whole. -11-; male & Ralail Boot 84.f boa Mew Facturare, Factory at. east athe 'Came "' ,- 1 BLOOM EAJUIN$0.-For sale by VERTIG, " , , 4,4 4-, .... . - , ' t . ' . , " , - 4 ', I : . , . ' . , . . , , - , , . , , . , , , - 7 : ,::, ( - :: ' ''' . , ' ,..... -...z -...' tx., A. - '01 ,,,:11 .0.,,,,,rf,,,,,,,..,,,. ;----N-;-:-.--4.-:-T- -- - -. ',..1 .... 1 ''. - Is.''' " if ! . 1. . 0,, ,. e -. ' , 7-1, t (.., ' .. x , 1 :A 0 . ' ' 1 t , ',4 , 0 n . 1,,,,,, N CI'l , .r , ' '' l'f , 0 çi ,, ;' , '11 . . 1 '14 , fl, . '. . t . k 't .. - . , ,e t: , 1 . . t t, ; 6 i r' 4; ,4 . . i Ð ) ! . . - ) t. l' . i , . 1: , . , .1 ik ' $ 1 . t : I 't i . -1. . . '1 ... '. I ' , ' . t . I . I 1 Y 1 I. . . i ' k,4. c :i . '17 '.. i': , f ,Ij ,, ' , - i ,i , s ) t: I ' - --''"''" 1"141w11 RUMMIVIEWW115 ot um locution andi:. TLIE wintx- IN ULDIEIL , .0 t 1 P 4 , r, -0- "4:. 4,4 4 - ,- .4. , - r I 7 4i1 I ai,t1 44; ", $ Z. 14 74 '411 WST :7; , le N.. 4.1,11,, 51e' , - .., . 11 , , 1 .'I . , Cf - ' - , e , f7, ( r 14atto - - c unit, .-