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T remirkabl cure which h bam efftctil by ? BraadretrT Pil!,haTr aatonith4 the mjdteal faculty, j many of vyfioinhave. conceded ' that they ar the . greatest .hnj-ttiHj tut vr' wat given to tha world, , The reason theia colebrated Pill have such a univer vV sully good affect it because their aolion harmonize wi:h ifclio human body. " , , -, 5,'r "Purge dit thi ol'! lenveu, that ye may become - a new lump," is the language of Holy Writ, figure ' applied spiritually, it ii true, but how could it have nny application unjeis confirmed by practical experience in the body of mnltor. The foundation upon which -flris ' figure of scripture rests ii t immovable aa the lawt 4 which goverB.the tidet, or that occaaiun the thunder of Heaven. J " "The Condition." Tha condition upon which God liaa given health to ' man it a constant care to keep hit iton-ncti and bowels 1 free from all morbid or unhealthy accumulation. The , meant to effect thi must he those remtdie which cleans the ivstem and purify the blood. ' flood healthful medicine i only a species of fimd; I .1 - l I 1 I .1.. ......... ..C i wuen me animate, wiiiih naojts w ii.ivi. m "..-nun .h observing, are tick, the wmioVr through die field, nnd make selections of those herbs whi- h ninn their how- , nl and purify their fluid, which immediately restore their health. When t dose of Brandreth' Pills ara liken, thev nre digested, and paw to avery pirl of the tystem, but they leave the body when they have elected the intended purpose, and health and vigor are by them injured. ' Mineral medecine may enler tho system: .but they -are with difficulty got out again; and they always ncra aion pain and misery while they remain in thn body: Whereas Brandrath Pills are as innocent as a piece Jf bread, and are evacuated with the disease lor winch -they are taken. . From the time we are horn to the time we reuse to brentho, our bodies are constantly wasting, and as con. . atantly buildini; up. The action of the atmosphere . wear or wastes them.- The food we en, ihe digest-. , iva organs convert into Wood, which renew or hnildt up by it circulating power. Thus the human body is . henlthy when the blood circulate! freely, and when any . thine prevent its free course throughout Ihe veins, dit- ease commences. Costiveness, Dyspepsia, Fevers, Inflamou'mmi. nre . -all owing to lliis, and all the troubles attending them eould alwaya be prevented by the timely use of Hran. dreth' Pills, a their very action at once tends to clear the circulation of all impediment, and remove every , causa or occasion of impurity from the blood. There are thousands nay, millions at thi moment, in this country, and all others, whom we may consider as half i Head. They may he eatd to carry their death in thrr I !iowel and circulation. This i no imaginary circum stance. I wish it were, flit) thou-ands whom we meet every when with cadaverous looks, yellow skins and green eyes, apeak in a language not to be mistaken, of ihe state of their stomach and bowels, and lliecon. sequent condition of their blood The body is thus, while In life; reduced to the condition of a corpse; and vthe reason why some bodies are on in a putrid con . vJition after deathi is moie from the quantity of impure . humor contained in them at Ihe time they expire, t'lan from any other cause. And who is there that will not - allow that if Brandreth' Pills had been employed; so ' a to have removed those impure humor, that life might not have been saved! Whoever will but give this subject a very little consideration, will at once perceive .Jthe perfect identity between the putrid humors of the fcndy hefore death, nnd the humor which occasion the .'.peculiar weiur fir -aaa pony, Tin eountetfnia' I tftj& blow. The publio will please observe that no Hrarxlmth Pills aro genuine unle unles the box has three Uhels up- . tin it. each containing a fac simile of mv hand wri. ling thus B. Brandreth. The lahels are engraved nn steel, beautifully designed, and dune at n expense of several thousan 1 dollars. Remember the tup, the side, and the bottom. Entered accord it g to sot of Congrps in 'he v'sr nil, bv Benjamin llrnnd.Hih, in the "' JDaUlLlllB.S!.U!h'r,'srlt, "f New Ea-h aPnt !, tela the TftT'F rtrnnrlroib. Pill. Im an EMfJItAVED CERTIFICATE of Agenr-v, UE NEIVEH everr every .twelve monlns, nud has entered ftp bonds n.' frl'HI '"lM,PWi,iv,-Tt'-1V-A'-t'" w-eivei from Dr. B. or his -timiiil fiVneral ituem. ' iMKKtllie certificate is AM. enraved etcent the IW. r's name, which is in his own hand wri ine. OB. rT.RVB nn each certificate thpre is an exact enpv nf tlinTURFE LABELS on each box en'jrnved ihrcnn. PUPCHASF.R, see that, the engraving of the label on the certificate correspond with those on the hex. The following srefr! Benjamin Brandreth's Agents, for the snle of his vegotahle Pills, in the counties nf Tus-arawas, Carroll and Holmos, who are supplied wilH the new labelled boxes. John P. Chapin, New Philadelphia. Wm. Jenkins, CarrnMtnn. MoDownll & Miller. Millersburgh. Price 25 cents with directions. Principal nflic, Nq. G7 Wood Street, Pittsburgh: August 13, 1941. tf? ly WEW LABELS FOR ihe Brand, eth Pill Bote, jgl The3e tifls are of the most cnstlv. nnd Rt the time time most ingenious style. The lop fnhel hs over ninety thousand lines upon it which is made to rprnent the inost-nvnute nelt work. The lower pnrt nf h box is very prettily designed, nnd contains nn innnmHranie nnrnner n: wuven lines. nanese wonu "sea Mint lahels on thi box ngree with tl)os nn the rertifinlp nn nlfieru sr irenoine. The side nf ihp Imv is beautifully engraved, nnd contains Ihe fotinwinU rnutlnn, nn Brandreth Pills are genuine unless Ifc nnx (lias three nf facsimile signature upon if.r- lira very handsome i also, 'Entered rrcoroing to act of Congress, in the year 1811, by B. Brandreth, in the Clerks oTice of the District Court of the .Souihcru Dis trict of IVnw York. . '' August 13, 181L ' 38 ly THE C HP. A PEST AND HANDSOMEST MAGAZINE IN THE WORLD ROBERTS' SEMI MONTHLY MAOAZI.NE, TOR TOW AMD COPSTRT, H3 pulilliilieil by tlio sutwcrlhers.Ton tlie the 1st and 15ih of every nrnntli. Hacli numher centalnii 40 Inrte pnyw, (2 tlieeu,) and l printed In n very superior manner, alter the rtvleof Dlackwooil's Mnsnzinc, accompanied with an extra thlrk cover. 1 It always contains all of Mie valnahte mlscellaneons mnttcr ' that apiiears in the Polon Motion, Incliuling the K)putar ro ' liinnres of Oi. Pt. Tacls, hy Ainswortli, Tne PoicnKR, hy XInRYrr. and Georoe Bt. Rcoanr. Ji'UtK, hy the author ' (if Valentine Vox." Also, all the ENfiUAVlXCS that nppenr ' Ih flint paper. toBctlicr with occnBlonally a place of fiishiona i tile music. At the end of the yenr It will comnrire a voldnie of over one thoumnd rmi a lihrary in Itself; nnd the siiIp - ifcrlplion for a year Is only J2! and when tnltcn in Clubs of , ton, only 1 501 I.e. 10 copies for fifteen dollars. ifT-'rii first numher vis pnhlljhed January 15, 1841, and contained psrt firs' of the popular Novau'nienliond nhoye. I An the back Nos. from Jio. 1 can be furnished. JTT'l'ostmBsters are autliorlztd to rctclve suhscrlbcrs for the agazine. .. (""hllshem who will ive the shove one or more Inser tions, will he entitled to either the Nation or Mnsnr.ine for one y ear. Those pipers who are now Inserting our former proq ' pcetutes, wOf please omit them end Insert the ahove. ' " ' , GEOROE BOBF.RTP, v Fuhllsher and Proprietor. Poston, Harcb 15, 141. ' '' JT, IX. W0RSTTX3 ' ' . rOI'LD repeefiilly infriVm ihp Piti7ns of Mew Philadelphia. Ihst he has jurt received orpe TBE'H VACCINE MATTRR. and i prepared to yarrimte those' who may favor him with I ca". ' ' J,,,r , - : ' 84tf : BOOTS $ SHOES . Or all descriptions kept constantly on band and told on Ui moat satisfactory terms. ' ' ' FERTI0 t TpBRET . Caaal Dover, Jan 19. 1 ' 1 BACnsj FOR SAM5 low for cash or prpdudce, arid T AJ!f , N ERA OIL, by the barrel. v. Canai Dover, June 19. Counterfeit Detector. A List or Counterfeits on Banks in this State. OHIO. Bank of Hamilton, Hamiltov. 10's letter A, dated Nov. 17, 1335. signed Woods, Presid ent C. K. Smith Cashier. Tho principal defect in the en graving, la In the heads of vignette, which are loss dUiuct thun the genuine. Bank op Geauga Painesvillr. 5'slctterr A. pny to Marshal, Jr.dnted Muy 9. 1H37. Vl. nettc two Indians Steambout in tlie distance, 1'oorljf ex ecuted. BANK OF CLEVELAND, 20s altered from Is. The figure 20 in a Inrje dio is Impres sed in T plnccs, and vory clumsily done. This Bank has Dever tanned nnv $i0 bills. BA NK OF O It A NVILLE. 3s no letter; Various dates. Vignette, a Stoamhoal and Rail rond Cars. On the riclit hand margin, nn Indian figure in a standing posture, with bow unsir.nig. Bank of Xe.ni i. St altered from la. Particulars unknown. IIAXK OF ZANF.SV1LLE 5i hailly eiecuted, the paper very thin, and Ihe female figure and sheaf of wheat, in the centro nf the note very decre tive. Vhpsigiiniureof the cashier hick tho periods at the nhlircviatiiin of Charles, and nt the initial C. Vlie note we have seen lias the letter , payahle to H. L. U igun, and dated the fttli Fch. 1838. BNK OF MARIETTA at Marietta. 3s ahered to Ids, nud also to 20, of Murray, Uraiers fair- limn 4- Cos, plate, letter nud dale unknown, The Hank has 110 notes out of this plate of a larger denomination llinn 5s. 3's, lelier , pnyahle to E Jones, dated yug 10th, 1838, Higned Arius Nye, Cashr, John Milis, Pres. Tlie smnll ovnls on the left hand uiargin apiear to be drawn with a pen. 3's letter A. dated July 21, 1836 they ran lie detected by on serving Hint the counterfeit hi I In nre J 01' an Inch shorter, and I of an inch ucrrnwer than the ,'enii no bills. 5s llnrriaous plate letter uuknowu, pay to II. Nye, April 3,' 1813. BANK OF MT. PLEASANT. 20s and 10s altered from I't. The genuine ones have no vig nette. R.nk op VVooster, Ohio. 10's altered from Is. Easily deleted, letter A. dated April 6, 1835, Joseph fl, Lake, President, Eenj'n. Bently, Cashier, can be detected hy holding them up 10 the light, Belmont Bank. St. Clairsvim.r Isold plate, altered to 5saud also to 10s. Vignette of the gen uine one, a laliornr splitting a to.'. Ss lelier It, pny J. Weir, of variom dnlce, some May 1, 1827, and others pril 7. 1828. They are exceedingly well execu ted but cnu he detected hy olwerving that tlie letter A In dol lars is not crossed. 5s letter I). pay J. Armstrong, dated Bept. Will, 1829. The. a in dollars is missed witli pen. 10 altered frotp Is, pay to J. Jov, letter D. dated Sept. 9, 1829. 10 altered fnmls, letter , pay to B. Oshorn, June 6, 18IR.J 10s altered from Is letter Commercial Hank op "ifmsATi. 10's, letter a peyabie 10 John W. Wales, dated May 4tll 1837, sisnod J. S. rinstrong. President, TV. S. Hntcb, Cnsh ler, and engraved hy Underwood, Bald l( Spenrer. The signatures arc tolerably well executed.' The counterfeits may be easily delected byj noticing tlie 1 lace, tlie hsnk hav ing issued none of this dcsiripiion; in tlie centre of the note, at the top, is a vignette of William the Founh, nnd on the right and left are female fiuures, the former seaated, holding a sheaf of wheat, and the Inner standing, with a cap of liberty in her right hand. The one hefore us bears dale May 2, 1837. nnd liasthenameof W. S. Hatch as cashier. Since Of tnlier, 1835, nn 10 dollar bills have been issued, eiilwcrib- Hod by Mr. Hatch, who is not now cashier. OawvuaciAL Bank Lakk Erie. 2s of vnrious dnlcs ,e rfntcd Jan. 24, 1834, payable to H. 8eytnoiir, Engraving coiiim. 5s stereotye plaic. letter M. of varion. dntev, and payahle to various persons. T. P. Handy rasiiier, L. Case, President. Veinnrknhly well executed, nnd calculated to deceive tlie wnat experienced judses. The sieuntiires nre apparently of one hand writing, and rather stiir flrel being marked nut hy small dota in the engraving: paper had. ,Olwerve that .he letter I in Ihe word Pirertnra hns no dot above it. 5s the name of Hie I'nnk is finely engraved over the whole face or the fare of tlie 5 dollar notes, and the Counterfeit can on ly tw detected, hy olmervinir that In Ihe fiftn H rl'e letter a in the iycmt irnmmwi'H A aitMii. It is between tho wnnk"Lltp Erie" on Hie right end of the Hole, nnd "com pany of Ihe" 10's spurious vignette Genius of Lilierty reclining on the arms of Ohio. Leonard Case, President, . P. Handy, Cushicr. Farmkrh' Bank, at Canton. '" 2s letter I. pnyahle .0 a.. Lind, dated November 8, 1837, vig nellc n Ftcam Boat, and rend simply "The Fnrmers Bank" instead of " he Farmers' Bnnk of Canton;" on tlie gen uine 2s there' is no Ptenmhoat, 5's PiTBHrrs have for n view of Wagon and Horses on left end of tlie note nnd on right end, a miserably engraved Medallion head of War-hingtou. They purport to be engrnv ed by Underwood, Bald 4' and Spencer signed N. Foglc, cashier nnd John Harris, President, L. Fogle, is Cashier of this Institution. 2'rs nnd 10s altered from If. They can easily lie detected by holding them to the light when the alteration is visible. Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank Steubes ville. 2's snnrlniu, tetter a pay J 1 attcrson, Mny 4, 1836. D Mooro dry, CiikIi., N (Dyke, President. The name of the person to whom pnychle nnd president's name are cngrnved vig. nette, n female fifure with Lllierty-Cap and Eagle, head of Washington on right end, nnd sheaf of wheat on left. 3's spurlnns, same vignette ns the 2's with side figures re yerred payable to J. Patterson, (engrnved) Mny 6, 1838, Moodry, Cnshlr, Dike, (eng.) President- 5's altered front Farmers' nnd Mechanics' Bank, Burlington, W. V. aJic vlgnitte, which is totally unlike the genuine hilts is n female holding in one hand a goblet to an eagle. En graved by Burton flurlcy N. Y. 5's letter A. payable to J. Wilson, dated June 6, 1840. Jno Vndrcws, President, D.' Moody, Cashier. The general exe cution good though the vignette "Goddess of Liberty". Is coarse, Paper light and thin. 10s letter a tinted Jan. 10, 1840, paynble to B. Wells, signed Jno. Andrews, President, W 8pcncc, Cashier. Vignette, a Female with one arm resting on a plough. Paper thin pnle. Engraving pretty good. 20s nnd 10s altered from Is. On the left hand end of the genuine one is a view of n rnnnl, FRAXKUN BANK OF COLVNBUS. 3s. let. S. pny A. Fish, Nov. 8, 1836 J. M. Espy, cash G. W. 1'rescotl, Pres. Engraving coarse. 3a- letter II. dated May 18th 1833; payable to S. Jones, en graving coarse. 3s letter T. pay IT. Allen, June 8, 1836, S. Lawrence, Caah'r; O. Swan. jr. President. 5s letter B pny nt the 'Banking House.' All tills of tho letter B payable nt tlie hanking house arc spurious, 5s. vlicy nre of the letter a nnd mode paynble In t. r. Han dy. N. N'olile, E Jones, II. P. Espy, nnd probably others. The Bank has never issued nny payable 10 t. p. Handy or N. Noble. Tlie counterfeit which has been presented is dntcd "Oct. 8, 1834. There are also dates, No genuine Notes pf this plate have been issued of the date Just mentioned, nor have anyaheen numhercd above 1100 since thefycai 1828. Tlie rnnnterfelts are shorter and nnrrower than the genuine hills. The engraving, on close examination, is found to be coarse, particularly tlie vlgnettee which Is inferior in exe cution to the heads of Washington and Fmnklln, on the margin, The eye of the Washington head, aie badly Ira- Itnted, The tlgnntur of tlie cashier I very defective, In the genuine note there it a very slight mark, which Is want ing In the counterfeits. Just over the word "Ths," com mencing "thk President, Ilirrctor and Co." M a small hair stroke, intended to be a par. of the letter "P," which fob laws. The want of this, although It la very slight, is suffi cient to detect the eounttrfeita, tIh) words "Banking House" are not inserted hi any other note bvned by tb Banks except the Five Dollar note of the place thus coun. terfeited, ' 10s letter a, altered from (1, Signed 1 H Espy, Cashier; G. " J Swan. President, ' . GERMAN BANK OF WpOSTER. 5's altered' front 1's, May hn detected hy Hold irg up to the light, as, the tlrrure 5 Is pasted over the one Tlie letter 1 It also left off tlie word dollars. Lancaster Ohio Bank. Is, very hadly executed ' ' 3 let a pay to a Gill, date Juae 30, 1828, Others dated Jon.'- 3, 1828 1- . 5 signed M Onrnjhty, Cashier; J Creed, Prest, letter a; pay- able to W J Beese: dated Junr20. 1828. The engraving la remarkably wett executed, but the paper It heavier aiit of a yellowish colour, and tie general Impression lighter than the genuine note, they are also about a qnarter of an. Inch ' longer and a little widerr, ' Others of the jnnie' date as . aliove, payable to II Gill, '. All genuine notes wnlrh are nude payable to S Gilt, are numbered from 8000 tofSOOO, the counterfeit are betweea 6000 and 7000. Those paya- ' able to W. J, Becso arejnuuitered correctly. haayelte Bonk, i'intiwitt 10s spurlons. Tthey amy be detected hy observing that the couterfeit hns for a v'fnette, a view of tint ocean, nnd an Eagle retting upn a shell, hearing the American Standard a steamboat in tlie distance; Miami Exporting company Cincinuoti, Ohio. 50s old plate, lottcr St; dated 4!h November, 181 pnyahle to H Ilnrt; O Spencer, Cashier; Martin Bauru Preideul, Fil ling up nnd signatures engrnved Ohm Lift) ln. and Tiut Co., Cincinnali. 5's letter B pay to O Lane dated November 9, 1036, other va rious dntes, signed J fl Perkinn, Cashier, w T Williams President, TPaper tliiasy, engrnviug had nnd defective, sig natures and tilling up badly done and all hi the tame hand writing, Urban Banking Company. 2s let a, pnyahle to W Ward, June 3d, 1838 W Rlanham Cashier, Joint II Jnincs I'rcs, Vignette a female flgurt, with one arm rorllning on nn eagle, Light appearance 3s let a dated June 3, 1838, 10s Old plate, dated August 3d, 1823 WesttMi Keeive Bank, 3s July 16, 1830 3s pay to Wm Williams dated May 4, 1838 5s hailly exeeeuted; they are one-eighth of an Inch shorter m than 'than the genuine uu uced, eugrnver. dated Janu- ary 7, lll'iM 5s no letter, payable to W Williams, dated Nov 5. 1829, en grnviug very faint 10i letter, I); Murray, Draper $ Falrman's plate. The wordt 'Western Beserve Hank,' lining on the left, nnd -Ohio' on the right hand margin; ou the genuine notes they are tlie reverse, VOLUME TirEXTY-TUREE. GODEY'S LilBT'S EOOII AND HDIES' AMERICAN MAGAZINE. MRS. S. J. HALE and Mrs. LYDIA II. 8IGOCRNEV. Ed itors. Miss E. Leshe, a contributor to each numlierf The present volume commences witli two Steel Engrnvings hy A L. Dick Sunday Morning, nnd tlie dale of the Pet Lamb Also, a beautiful Colored Fashion Plnte. This is an outlay for Embellishments unprecedented In this or nny other country. The grent beauty of the pictures will give pleasure to every lover of the henniif.il, nnd it shall al ways be our aim to procure sucli subjects for tlie engraver at will, even without the poetical lllustrntionr, tell their own tale. While thtu giving attention to that which pleases the eye, wa will show that equal attention has been paid to cater ing for tlie mind. Mrs. L. II. Sigourney, who hns lately re turned from Europe, lint made such arrangements ss will ensure us n supply of articles from the best Feinnle writers of England. Mary Russell Milford. Mrs. S. C. Hall, and Ma ria Edgeworlh, their first contributions loan American Period ical, will each contribute to the Ladies' American Magazine; from the twn last we have articles on hand. tTha Hon Mrs. Norton will al.o In a contributor. While from abroad we nre receiving such assistance ns will :crvo to make an agreeable variety, we mint not forget to mention Hint we are now publishing an article from an em inent writer of our own country Little tilings no Trifles Tlie author of "Losing nnd Whining," and "Sensibility." This tnle we are sertaln will cause ns grent a sensesntion as did the publishing of "Losing and Winning," which was pub lished in half tlie papers of our country, Let it not he forgotten that Miss Leslie contributes to the Lady's Book only. UTTN'o 0,,'r Maganine has an icles front her pcii.,0 She rnmiuences in this No. another of those graphic sketches that give so much pleasure to our readers, LEONILLA LYNMORE." While paying a proper tribute to the grent talents nf the English Ladies previously mentioned, he it rememliered Hint we have our own Hale. Sigourney, Leslie, Parsons, Embury, llcntz, and a hosf of others, to mention which we have nei ther time nor spece. 'GODEY'8 LADY'8 BOOK Has been favored from the first, witli a list of writers that no other Magazine can equnl- It has," also, what cannot he said of any other publication, EXCLUSIVE CONTRIBUTORS. The list of euhscriliers it larger thnn any monthly publica tion in this or ierhnpsnny other country .3 THIERS HISTORY OF Till? FRENCH REVOLUTION, The Subscriber wl'l commence on the 1st of July the publi cnt'on nl Tiller's his'nry of the French revo'utinn. 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In order Hint the SATURDAY EVENING POST ' may maintain Its high position, as the ' FIRST FA-MILT .NEWSPAPER . . . rn the United Plates; arrangemcntt have been made for a rcg ulartuppyly oXahoice nnd entertnliilna , ORIGIN A L TA1.F.P, ; ' ' hls'orlral sketches, poetry, Iff- VVe hnve been publishing for mouths pnst nil unbroken ser'sn nf choice oriiunl stories which have been procured at great cost, and have been widely copM and read. These we shall continue. THE NEWS DEPARTMENT. While ft shall he the, care of the prop Motors to preserve for ' the paper, a high mtksabv reputation; tlie great desideratum ; for a family newspaper, a carefully selected newt department, . tall no) he made second In Interest or Importance, Wli.le ehry thing of note that Is passing either In thlt country or In Eveope tlMll be carefully collected or collated for our readers, 'a due regard shall 6a paid, to the e'raratter of the matter. Bo that tlie. pajier may he witb safety and propriety rntrodnced -and read In the family circle. ' ' i- ;. ' THE LADIES' DEPARTMENT. . ... . v will still bt preserved, shall be choirs and select and shall re- -1- : - oslre strict attention. It shall lie tha effort of the edlort to cmhrare in this department such selections of the floating lit ' ernture of the day, as may be Is nn etneeial manner suited to the intsruclion and amusement of the female sex, and comblu the fashionable, with the truly useful and good. - Sucli things as may suit that Important and large class of our lutejriiert, , THE FARMERS, will not be overlooked. In order to gratify, as much possible, the laudihledcsiroofour readers, n portion of our attention will' bedevoledto the rol lection nnd diffusion of BUch news at may teem IMPORTANT TO AGRICULTURALISTS, and the population resident without the confines of our great cities. Tho stntc of tho markets and the fluctuation! in tho price will he regularly, and what Is of more moment, eorroctly given. We determined nt the outset, Hint while the paper continued under our control itshould besttictly, ' NEUTRAL IN POLITICS, and that ns news, ami literary journalist, we had nothing to do wltn the matter; this drtirutinntion hasthe'en atrictly and ri. gidly adhered to, and while wc shall continue to give our read ers, such public documents, as may be deemed of interest to all and such a history of tlie progress of political events, as are strictly in keeping with our duty, nnd tlie diameter of tlie pa per, we shall studiously and thoroughly avoid any cohtamina tiuu of partizan politics. ,TIIK TEIUIS'' THE SATURDAY EVENING POST, will be furnished t the exceedingly low price of TWO DOLLARS per annum, Invariably In advance. We will send a copy to any person who may wish to see a specimen, by giving notice, pout taio. MDUCEMEST TO CLUBS. As friends and neighbors often wish to club together to fucll tate remittances, we will send t We have no desire to extend our list but with cash subscri bers, and the pnper is sulliciently established to enable ua to exact compliance witli this golden rule. The Post Is inado worth more thaii the money, and It must be paid by those who wisli the paper. To those whq wish to subscrilie, we would say, that the safest plan is to enclose the money In a letter and direct to us. Most Post Masters will frank their letters if relating to nothing hut the business of the office, and all post-masters who will be kind enough to do to we shall be leased to acknow ledge ns ngents. 1 EDITORrJ,who mny wish to exchange, will plensecopy, and forward a number of their paper, marked will) ink to this of fice, and their favor shall he promptly acknowledged without fraud or delay, at it but too often the case. Address GEO. R. GRAHAM A,Co. South West coruer of Third and Chemiut struts, Philadel A NSW VOLUME, IN SPLENDID STYLEl GRAHAM'S LADY'S AXl GElTTLElfAN'S MAGAZINE. 1 p The great increase In the tuhscription list of this lijhly popt ntnr Mognzint (Ihe edition linving mure than dtuilcd in lest Hum s.a months,) induces the proprietor, to commeVe a new volume willi tlie July number. It will he Issued tilth most attractive style, with the first of a new series, of I ItlCH ORIGIN iL ENGRAVINGS got up in a manner, that Blinll surpass any used In at other Amcrlcnn Magazine In addition to tlie fnct. that wetmploy the talent of the very best Ainetican artist, in the engrtvitig of the plates for this work, it must lie reuiciulicrcd, tlie lost of tho subjects selected, are I ORIGIN' ALJAMEItlCAN PICTURES, , which hnve never I ecu before engraved, and are conseqjtntiy the newest that ran be brought before tlie puhlit. Highly Colored Fashions. i It must lie rememlierctl, Hint the Fashion plates of thllMa n.ine, nre the best in coloring nud dcBign that ran be foml In any work published, in this country or in Europe. Thejnre eng rnved nnd colored for this Magazine, by the best ttist thai the country ran produce, nnd are drawn, alaayt fromlie latest designs from Paris gnd London, and consequently toy alwnys lie relied upon as the prevailing style in the Unlcd Ptnles, for the month in whicli they aro issued. We pay nlrt for coloring than any other publication, and aiwayt have lit best. Tito Contributors. I In ndtllilon to the unusually fine array of original contr Inrs, which the Magazine hns tints fnr bonstcd, arrnngeme have liecn innde with a number more, of the day, so that spit and variely may be looked for in the literary department of tl. SPORTS AND PASTIMES. ' This interesting failure of the Magazine shall still be pre served as Important to young sportsmen, nnd In fact to all young or old, who delight in the sports of the rod and the gun, Articles iu this department shall he from acknowledged pens, and of tiie very host authority. NEW TYPE AND PAPER. I The volume will he opened with a new and beautiful typo, cast expressly for tho work, Ihe tncchnniral execution shall be nf surpassing neatness, and the printing upon the finest whit paper New and Popular Music. The choicest pieces of new nnd popular music for tho Piano forte nnd Guitar shall be selected for its pages, nnd two or more pages shall appear regularly each month. In this wny sulisrriliers in remote country towns, can always havo the lat est music nt low rates, almost as soon as it is published, TSaYfiS CASH, Tlie terms nre $3 for a single subscription, and in no casq will tlie price be abated, or two copies for $5 free of post gc and discount, always in advahci- Noj subscriber reel ved in any case without the money. This rule ft unperiou and will not lie departed from. Addrest post-paid," GEO, R. GRAITAM, 8. W. corner 3d and Chcsnut streets, Philadelphia. Exehangss milt please Copy, and tend their pnper, hereafter, addressed to the Saturday Evening 'Post, which will iav the publisher rosTAOi. addlery. WM. SHEAR, npKNDV.RS his sincere thanks to ills customers nnd the pub lie for tho liberal patronnge he hat received, since he has commenced business. Ho hopes by strict attention to bu siness, to merit a continuance, and increase of patronage. Ho still continues to manufacture MEN and WOMEN'S SAD DLES, on the newest fashions and of tlie best Mnterinls, Also, all kinds of CARRIAGE, DEARBORN, WAGON and BOAT I1AR NESS, with every article in his line of business requir ed In the country He flatters himself that that the execution of hit work will In satisfactory to Ibose who may employ him.. He will tell on moderate terms, and take Bark Hides, Grain nnd other Irnde at liberal prices. In payment for work. New Philadelphia, J.un.e 17,. 1841, 2.?. ly. 1 KOOT Ac SHOE STOKI, . 1 Situated in tlie buitding formerly occupied as a Grocery by Mr. Sitimph, $ opposite rtf Ohio Exchange, ' New Philadelphia, Ohio. ' ''" ' COWR AD GEWTSCH, ' ! RESPECTFULLY Infqrms the citizens of New Phllldelpbia tiint he rarrles on the above Business in all its various bran dies, and ns he keep, none other than his own manufacture lie can confidently recommend his work to all who may fnvorhhn with their custom. Particular attention will be given tnt!:e manufacture of Gen etnan' FINE r.OOT. as his work will be done hy one. nfthe rest rootmtn Inlheeoun try. ALSO Ltdiea'Work by Measure.. A general assortment of BOOT AND SHOES offiie own, make) constantly on bnnd. - ' ' The Public re respect fullly invited to give bin a call before purchasing elsewhere, , . ... .. , , , , , nroeerertea, tucb sWlne, Beer.and Cider, Liqno .by th quart and gallon. . , - . ,T; New riiiladalphi. 1jT 1 .' ., - . . . .TATpOFOIllO.' ton 1 Tuscarawas County C. C. Tictt, i In Chancery. 1 Yl8 dclinrlniita will taku no icu ', Jr. J that on tho -l!r day of Ait'-iu , Itooz ill. Atlierton r. John 1'uppor U.ivid ua8eoeer, jt- mat on tlio r.lh day William Hover & ! tlie cotnplnitiniif filer his bit A- Solomon Hoover, j gainst them in ilt th'ce. (' tlio clorlt of ssid Court, and that the namo is nutv iM-umtut. be bill shown and jlleges lli.it tin lliu ltiiii J) ii Jin. 18W, Jolin I'cpper sold to Win. timer stcnn undine with, boilers; anil appara'ua fur $;5U0, lur winch tlovrr executed unit delivered In Pep, or live promissory ttntn fbrSlJ0 each. Uiie payable ualst Sept. I Ml), with m torest. One on ItrtJati. 1840. One 1st Jan. Itj4. ()na Jtt Jan. Wi, ami one 1st Jan 1843, and tu secure pn) meiit of whicn Hover pledged said sieam etiptnu, but!" ert tid apparatus. On Urn first ifuy of'yjpril 1639, said Hover further to secure payment of laid lour last uion 'Honed notes, conveyed to said Pepper by deed ol uiort gale. Lot No. 12 in the town of Lock pott in said cuitti ty. hat said Pepper indorsed said ihree lust mention ed notes to comp't nt collatural security to be applied on a judgment in fivnr ol ciiinplaiininl fnr use of Hart Cumtningt and Hart before lliuttiine rendered in Stark - county against said Pepper nnd huh Stanton, and that taid Pepper alto assigned to comp't hit inteieslt and delivered to him the agreement uliiresaid, and ilso delivered locntnp't taid mortgage deed, that said judg ment is unsatisfied, that no Dart of said notes hat been paid to complainant,- that comp't is informed that Pep per lias indorsee the said second utile to taid David Case beer Jr, and iliats nd tfulomon Hoover has purchased. ' from taid Hover taid property both personal and ra, uhject lo the lien of taid Notes; thai taid William IIo ver lias removed from the State ol'OIno and resides ta parts unknown lo complainant. he bill prnyt fur a decree of tale of said personal and real propeily.fand distribution nf proceeds at the court shall order, ami audi further relief at tu equity shall appertain. Said William Hover is notified Hint unless ho appear within tixtv day next after the rising of the octii: ol Common Pleat of taid county at itt next term and plead antwer or demur lo aaid Bill; that the tame will be taken as true and c6n leased against him and decree entered ao cor lingly. B. M. ATHERTHN. August 18, 1841. 30 lo rejARY RODGKKS widow of Josph Rodger dc ceasod, of 7'uscarav. as county, Jacob Gitchell and Hannah hit wile, of Morgan county, U, Michael Ear. ic-h and Katnariue hi wife ul M. to. Simon Matthews and t'hebe In wile whose plst--ol'tresidenre w un knnwn, John Rodgers,, Jiiheph Rodveit, Jacob Kod eit, Duborah Kodgut(, Klizaheih K. Kodger mini r lieirt of Joseph Kodgersldeceased,.nf Tuscarawas coun ty, will lake nolire Hint a petition wa filed against them on the eleventh day nl August lt-41, in Ihe Court ot Common Plea of Tuscitrnwa County; Ohio, on the :imncery tide by Hugh Liowers and Sarah hi) wife, ktid it now iieiidnig in which , the petitioner demand partition of Ihe following Real Estate in taid count t viz. psrt of the Soinli west quarter of Section 20. Town, ship 5. Range 1, ol Hie United Slates military district, bounded a follows viz. beginning at tlie ti, W corner nl'l, nnd formerly called Jacob Vautiss' Land 42 per diet 9 links from the N. E. corner of taid Section; thence running weal 181 perches to a alone, Ihence N. 10!) pari liia in a Slake, thence E. 71 per. dies Iu a slake, thence 8. along the West boundaiy of West Chester 79 perches lo a post or Hone ami Ihe S. E. boundary ol West Chester out Lots, thence L. 1(10 perches to a stone thence S. Ull porches Iu the place nf beginning, coniaiuing by estimation 113 acre And that at the next erin of said Cuitit, application will be made, by tlio said Hugh lloweia and Surah hi wife, lor an order llial partition b made ol the premises, and fur assigning the widow duwer therein. . B. Jtf. A HER ON. Any. 13, 1841 I'.. Altorney for Pet. " ; new r " 5 it 1 1 OlV 1 tt fl 25 1 7'lTl f S $ VXJ XI t, WOULD respectfully Inform the citizens of Dover and -'tl: business In tho Town of Canal Hover, merchants row, Fac. tory Street, two doors west of Montfrcdy $ McClcon's New Store, in tlie room formerly occupied by Mrs. M. C, Gloiiingcr as a confectionary, vyhcie Clothing will be tnndo In the must fashionable filling manner; fiom liis experience in tlie above business, he feels assured that he will be able lo render general satisfaction to all, who are pleased, to give him a call. Dover April 10th 1840. If. Bit & ciimiiTiimwr rgHB subscriber respectfully inform Hie farmers and public generally Hint they have commenced lite abovo bunincen In the shop formerly occupied by Wm, CoonniRNg, opposite the Villauk Hotel, iu the town of KEW-PUIliADULPIllA, where lliey will carry on taid business in all in vatious branches. DURST tf RUMMEL. N. B. Any kind of EDGE TOOLS made or repaired up on short notice by the Subscribers ail Ails of their make warranted 30 days, if carefully used, New-Philadelphia, June4, 1841. 22 If LAKE SHAD. " Qfe BLLS. Luko Shad, superior article, jutt re " ceived tired from the Fishery, for sale low tor cash or produce. Also, Newark WHISKEY, by Ihe barrel, for tale by FERTIG & TORREY. July 1, 1841. , CLOCK AND WATCH REPAIRING ESTABLISHMENT: THE Subscriber wishes to Inform the citizens of NEW PUILA. and vicinity, thai he has commenced th above business In the BRICK HOUSE two doort East of lb LION HOTEL, where he ft prepared to cliab abb aiFAia all kindt of ': CLOCKS & WATCHES, and wnrrant them according to their quality. Jewelry repaired in the most workmanlike manner. WILSON COOPER. N. B. the highest price paid in cash for old silver. New-Philadelphia, May 21, 1841, 22 3m JOB PKINTING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, I Neatly Executed at this office. The Tillage Hotel, BYC F ESPICII- THE Subscriber takes thi opportunity of informing., L I.; r.ldnH. mitA tha ntihlin nArailtf that hit hna 11 1 0 IllbllU, UU H, .uu,.v p,-... . , ...... .... . opened a house of public entertainment, by tlio name . r.l, VII I Al"; P I ItTI'FI. ut hi I'nrmur rellrlenra in V. .lim ' 1 -y -- the town of hew Philadelphia, tvheto by allending in person to the want of his guests, be hope to mtrit and receive a liberal iliate of pfublicpatronage. tie doemi It unnecessary 10 ipeak of the manner in, which hi TABLE, BAK, dc, will be furnished, be lieving that those who tuny Ihvor him with a call, will , need nn further recommendation lo induee them to, call again, 11a will , however say, that no effort shat . be wauling on hi part, lo accommodate triveller, rnd , rentier their tlay with him agreeable; . ISOAltDl'.KS will La taken by tlie week r month, on the most reasonable term. . .. . .. C. F. ESPICH. New riiilaiUlplii, Nov. 80, 1840. v - ; . B IjA r El 1 JE 11 )&9 . PRINTED WITH SCRIPT 1YPK, , Aaa on a io,aaio,aUAiiTT o f aria, f aata . Bt this of&tx. ';' . a AT WANTED for vihlcb tb lilsbett market prlc w VP paid In catu by FEKT1Q s TOEUI. Iy2i , Ca"l Dover, June 19. . rmr ..... n nt t nr VU TV tl ill.t rACBI VSD rTfi ' sun oiiu l,i . - , St r. i i -.r- . r. rCRTIO TOHEEY, :: TATF, OFOI1IO.