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fBlE)8B phis raise too Hi greatest weakness, dislrewi Valid ittjcrlir;, to-a ante of stran'th, health and Unpl "aw. 'Tlie naine of the Pins prh-iiiaiod from tie circuui Uflre of Hit Medicine being round only In tha cemeteries of rerl: This "egt:Uble production being of a pecullnr kind, M te sftperlinea if as to its medical qualities and virtues. In hah a century It became an eitahliahed medicine for tl.e ai-' aof lliat country. The extractor (his lingular produe km wa Introduced In aemi pert of uroie In Ilia year 1783, ami aacd by 'y celebrated phyaieian In curing certain dis- e where all oilier medicines had beeu uaed iu vain. Farly J In the year 1792, the eiuact wai combined with a certain v getabl medicine Imponed from Dura Baca, In the cam Indira, anit formed Into pill. The admirable effect of Uiia compound vptm (In liuman yttem, ld phyelflrw and families lat general nM. Their long Mtabliahed ehrelr, their-iiulver-al ind huling virtue, -the detergent and clranaloef cjualltica' at klielr epecillcal action upon the glandular part of the ay, tarn,-are, eueh a will auiloin ibeit raatMataan ami ffeneral um to lo Asasrtcau pubue. - - f ' -i , . , .CEaTlPCAtjJtV " t, I certify Mint I hare, by way of Axpertment, uaed tin fly j gean, a-mt roost of thr-variou Maris of Fiila, In my practice. Whlcii have borne the hjgli'pula In the puSlic utlinatioa,. WyJlrfttitiWr-ereor sal hi thia vicinity for the laat In jirt, rutluiled tnnaa called tlie Reaurrection or Teuton Pills;, and the public may real inured that none union; the wlreft tataktgn hat anaweied a better purpoae, ' aa an eay ad f. ' fectaal remedy, than, the Rcaarrtctlou or rerciau ''Pilla, In Boat caaea of diaeaae. ' ' ' CUA'fl: BACKUS, M. D, Rl:atr, Jf-Y:6t.2! 187. ' . , ID-TO MOTHERS.) tsMa,E Cns 4Co. Gent. Hearing much aaid a. haul th extraordinary effects of the Reaureeiion or Peralan f till anon thoae abottt to become Mother. We were Induced to make atrial of them. My nifewnaat the time the mother af 5 children, and had Buffered the moat tedioiu and eicrucl-. atlng pain duriqg and after her confinement ol each, Blie had tried erery meana and taken much medicine but found Utile or no relief. She cowmeyped Inking the Peraian Pilla a bout 3 monlhi before Tier confinement, (her health being very poor about thia length of time previous; and soon after wa en abled by their tue to attend ta the care of a mother to her fam ily anil I her confinement,'' At the time ahe commenced taking Me Peralan Pilla, and for eewralwoek prerioua alio waa af. Bitted with a dry hard cough and frequent severe cramp, which the nae of Um Pilla eulirely remsred before niiig half a box. It la with great confidence that we advise II thoae absai (0 become mother, to make use of the Peralan Pill. All thoae Ihat have laken them in our neighborhood hare got along In the innie easy manner, aud arc -about hoaae in a few day there doea no', appear to he half the danger of oilier difficul ties setting in after confinement where thete pilla are taken. Bocheater Mny 14. 1838: corner of Caledonia aquare, 84 mliurg atreet. For further ptrticulara ace aubtcriber. . . ' ' ' 8. ROBERTS. .': .- . . "A' O. E0BEBT9. From the Roc heater Daily Democrat. ' Mr. Editor. Allow me, through the medium of your paper, loerpreae my opinion of the yery highly esteemed Peralaa pilla; that la liijhly ealetincd where known; for it la an indubl. .table fact that all who become acquainted with them, diimiaa erery other popular remedy from their families and rely solely, aon these. But It la a fact, not eo generally known ae ehould . he that such peraone Inrariablr eacapeaJt the prevalent dlsaa- e of the season, and that net one liae been known to be ta ken down with any sickness who ha kept, an! taken thesa ' pills on tfie first symptom of diaeaae. --. ' 11 others will hava no excuse, hat Duet charge themaelre with unpardonoble negleet when they aee theirtender offspring drgeplng and atukhig amhr ianhaaand bowel complaints, er their lives nipt in the bud, by neglected diaeaae. The Increasing prevalence of consumptluu, excite great fear in those who are Inclined in that fell diaeaae and well It may tat I amVereaaded that If the Persian pilla were taken In It trstskigceaccerding to the directions, nine tenths of thoia wh ar ftvenver, enight enjoy good health. ' In fact, 1 apeajt with some degree of-eiperlence, for 1 hra) known acreralwho bare been given drer.by phyaiciana, tore orer by using these pills. Should not this be a aulficient In. duccment for those whoare In 1 la first etagea tonukta trial ef them? The time liae come, when the heads of familie can aupnly thcnuelvet wllh an asiidote, which will qnell in eaibryothe disease of the day and la theoueitre Is the fault ehargealile If they allow the different ajemben of their fami ne to link to an untimely rare. .... . . Aug. 24. : ..!''. ' A SUBSCRIBE!. " 1 j W DA OR HEBRE W i-zzzj' PLASTER. Vl:" t:"' "l v-TUIs recipe, obtained of an old Jew, tiy a traveller in the fasteso countries, bida fair to be of immense value to the .WeMoro world. ' . ; A gentleman travelling In the south of Europe, and Pales tig, in 1830, beard so much said in the latter place In praise of iew Cavls'a PLASTER; thai he waa induced to try it on his ova person', for a lun? and liver affection, the removal, of Which had been the chief object of bis Journey. . . ' 1 lie accordingly applied a plaster on the right aide of tha Vilest, where the -pain was seated, another beween the slioul tiers, an one over the regjon of the liver. In the mean time 1m drank freely of an herb lea of laxative utilities. He soon tbund hi hekltlt improving; and in a lew weeks hi cough left arm. Ilia (ntkrtiruesa of hia aklo disappeared, hi pata was re moved and bis health became permanently, reinstated. ' , -Sinca that time he has been recommendinf it to Ilia frlenda and acquaintance, " all tha fixed pain whatever; audi a rheuuutiam; gout, Iwadacbe, uerveu teeth-ocbe, pain in the side, hip, back and limbs, ulcuii.hu more, knots, wens, "white twefflhg, hard tumor, stiff Joint, ague in the breast, and tin like to Mia united satisfaction of himself and others. I No female subject to pain or weakness In the back or aide, (hould bo without it. Married ladies, In delicate attuatlon, fad grent relief from ronstaotly wearing this plaster. ' , The application of this pluiter between the alioahlei, Jia keen found a certain remedy for cold, cough, phthytse and (uog affection, In their primary stages. . It destroys Inflamma tion by producing copious prvsplration. . , i No puffing, or great apread of certificates intended, Thoae wish to satisfy themselves of the efficacy of this plaster, can "Wtlrtii suflMcnt to -spread 6 or 8 plaaters for SO cents; a sum oi fcitstiBdent'to pay for the Insertion of a -elngle ceillfl cat Into any of our most common prints a single time 'ItMahovevalnable Biedfeinei sold hy Mitt! Chapln.'Kew Tliilndelphin,,-t:.'J. Bnrkdull !( 'Co., 'Dover- David Judj Lockport, Keyset f Willlama, Bolivar.- Albert Bate' grocery Bhane7ihV; C- Weebell. Zoar. . JaincsC, Belluirar Creek Fnlli; V. P. Lairer.tSandyville, Tuacarawa couuly.and E. P, UcCorinick, Berlin. Holmes county, Ohio. Alao by aganta generally through the villages. W. E. VmuniE, general agent for Ohio; at Maaalllon. "' July 14, 26 , . DOOT 5c SIIO K STOU C . r Situated in (he new building, en tho corner, oppotitt the Viilage . Hotel, JVeto FhiladeU .ax.lJ i'y.'.phiat'Ohio' ' ' OONBAI1 flEHTSCn . JESPBCTttl.tV mrortm'the cKizcn of New Philhlefphia 'that be earrie on the snore Bosiaes in all hs virions bran cjtes.and as lie keeps none other than hi own manafaetare h can eonfidenUy recommend LI work to all who may favarbim witk tltelr euatom.. , ... (. .,,(. ; 1 . Particalar attention will be glreo la tha manufactare of Catt leman' ' ' ' ' ' i . ':;: :' " i! fini! boots, r, . ', a hia work will be done by one of ibe best Bootssan to tha cou y. ALSOLodin Work by Measure. ,tt A general assortment of D06t A$D SHQE8 (of his own lake) constantly on hand. - . f. , 'hi Public are respeclfallly invited to give him acall befora pureiiaaiag elaewlier. Also. ' - ' ' - v :; . V'.; grocer es; ; - 3.' ; a fall kinds, Btronf Betr, Wine, Cider, Liquor k iha quart Y I '' - . - ,'! .1 .-TV-.-". ,x,:f . t .... , .CONrECT10AEHtS,'i1. . ,-, ' aueti aa Ice eream, Lemonade, Gingerbread, Sugar , oake. ' pauwh Cakes, poundcakes and Candle of all descriptions. -. JSety rhilB.olpliia, Jun0, 1842. .,' , : ; ly FASHfONAULE tailoring. TOSEPITW: HEWBCRO.would respectfully inform hi old ' friend and tlie pehllc In general, that he carries on the above basiuea in all it varioua branches on. Factor Btrcet, Booth fide, where iia' .may at all time be foand to attend to all-work Intrualed him. fie dotter hunaelf kwlllbdaae-M do rable.neat and faehlotaMe a II canln ttott ta ihe country. 'He lnfmd at all time tofkcea Iu hia employ good competent work. I Bten.and hi meana to rcey te fashion kr amply provided Li ' 1 7 ., f ' iv.-.ri To aceoaanwdnt liis-frleans in the eoiintry, ke-will uk aear ly all kind trfewrrtTy prodiraa. " ' " v. - Au,.i8.,8;.Wi.,in " Tin AMEttrCAN HECMANIO. (formerly New York II. ehanlc.) h published weekly, at 27 Ann Street, fNew Vork, , aird '8 Spring Lane, Boston.' hy BnaaiL- PoaTSK; Bufu ' Porter jSd itor. It ft part kolnrly . devoied to the 1ntreitr( , Meclnnici and Manufacturar; contain doacrlptlen with ea griilhij' of uctr jjlvelillon a; Instruction In aria nd trade; Ik; pratrr.m of improveaiea! tigeneral, wHh new, etry,'! anardetr, I' i 'I V.'n, Tlihs Two Dollar per annnutn iu advance, gtoiic I Cutting! ' Tilt? :iicil()er would respectfn ly inform the clllwns of, Vnntt Dover, New Pliiladolphla. ind the county gnrral r that tlicd; have commenced the above busmeM. 'In fnnil DovOT wilra Bey iuienj carrying R on la all It various m-aiieht' r r .1 7 MONUMENTS, ..- HEAD AND FOOT TOiliS. BUII.0LWO BI'ON3; In ihdrt all aesctiplioa of atona work Btode to order, of the beat malarial, and in Ilia neatest iwl. L'ulatyl. Shop tew door obov the American Hotel, - U W. 4 JS, T. tlLEMNEO. Dover, Augut23, 1812. " 3?2m. UOAD NOT40E. mtOTICB I bertby glreh that after thirty da. from till L date a patilion will be preaemed ta the eoimnliiionera of Tuscarawas county stjraying for the location and ealnbliahment of a county road from the house of John Mct'ee, In Weill ing'.on towmliip, thence along the line of lot'no. 16 to a gum corner between John McFee'sSr.nndPainuel Hitchcock; thane to a corner between John McFee'a and Chrhllan Stotrer and to run hy the bouse of the aforesaid Christian 8to0er to Inlerseefa read kirown by Knigh'.'s Grade; 24 rods north of Orion Wick hum's house and thence to Lemuel Bartbotcw' saw tnTrl, o a to intersect the road leading to New-couierstowu. -Datoti August 17, 184i '324w PUBLIC SALE. The Farmtr'a Bank of Canton ) By order of the Court of v. 1 . Common Plea af 1'tiscara Francia Kouh. A rawoa county, in thaiicery Billing, I ahall on ha 19th day of September 1842. otfer for nl at the Court Houae in New Philadelphia, tha following described real estate situate in said county, viz, pnrtof the 4th Or. 9th. T. 2 Kange Military Diatrict containing 70 acre more or lea, being particularly described in a deed from Amanda Potti to Francia Kougli, dated I7th April 1837, recorded In the Recordj of aaid county Book 14 .'page 372- Also part f the 4tb Section 9, T- 2 R. Military land particularly described In a deed from Henry Allshouse by lid attorney C. F- Eaiiich, to Francia Kough. dated 19th April 1836 and Recorded In tha Becords of aaid county, Book 10-pag 407 4- 403 - B, M. ATHERTON, ' Aag.17. 1843 ; Master Com'r in Chancery.. LOST. , 1 A iliort time linra two note? of hand, glum by John Kinney lo Mary Ann O'Neal, calling lor 33 diillart, anJ 3 cent each, with intereat. All person are cati. tinned aeainut tiurcliaiing or takins said notes, a they have been paid. JOHN KINNEY. Canal Pver, Aug 15, 1842. : ; Notice. " -kjohnJohna'aitosannah hia wh"e; John Weaver, If Ellxa beth his wife, and Michael Olt, Catharine his wife, will take notice, that a petition waa filed in the Court of common Pleaa ofTuscarawa county, Ohio, on the firatday of August A. 1). 1842, agaiust them and other heirs and legal representatives of Elizabeth Erier late of laid county, dee'd, by Samuel RonilR, asadminislrntorofsaidEllzabethErter dee'd; the object prayer of which aaid petition aretoobtaln an order of said court authorising aaid adminletralor to sell certain real eatat of taid deceased, to pay the debl of ald eatate. Aaguat 2d. 1 942, A NCE BELDEN, , , - Sol, for Pet. PETITION FOR DIVORCeT"1 tJfiBEoCA ERWIN will take notice that on the 12th day 0 July, A.D. 1842, her husliand Geo. Erwin filed with the Clerk of the Supreme Court of Tuacarawa County, Ohio hi petition. etting forth amongst other thins that he was mar ried to the aaid Kebecca on the 15th day of July, A. I). 1896 Thaf aaid Rebecca left and abandoned said petitioner in til month of Aagusl 1836. That aaid Rebecca hasbeen wilfully else from said petitioner for mere than three years. That aid Rebecca ha grossly neglected ber duty aa petitioner' wife -That raid Rebecca has, since alaudoning her aaid husband, committed ndultry with one John Hemoiinger (alias John Noel; amtethersandthateaid Rebecca ha recently given birth t) a child or which petitioner is not the father, Petition prayo that upon hearing said cause, the marriage contract now exlat lag between the taid petitioner and the raid Rebecca Erwln may be dissolved, cancelled, reversed and held for nought, and that said pttitiener be restored to all hit separate and aiugJa right .- .. JAB. CRAIG, It , July lh.i842 86 64 ' . , Alt'y for Pel'r. , CAUTION. . Mordeeai Wlieatley, holds a note against me Tor twelve dollan, which was obtained from me in 1842, fraiiilnlenlly. All pernont are cautioned against taking laid note, aa I iliall nnfriay it. Whoever iurches aid note will buy a law tutt. SAMUEL WARFEL, Wutotford, August 8, 1843. . . ' TA but and grtatesl miracle has been tonjummaUrt in the pvllitalion if tlie 1.1 . . BUCCANEER : A SPLENDID ARD LARGE QUARTO WEEK, , ..' . LY PAPER: .: ... which ha Juat been commenced by Mrsara. DILLON .HOOPER, New York, (the well known publlaher of the "Evening Tattler,") and will be furnished to suhacsfber jn , parts of the United Statea, for the almost atnrtling low price of One Dollar a Year. The Buccanrer ia neutrnl in Politics, and haa been .estab lished on an entirely new set of principles viz; Independence Morality, Pistyi Good Humor,- Honor, nnd all the oilier vir .lues but Literary Honesty for, aa onr title indicotes, we shall overhaul, and rake fere and aft, every vessel ihat comes ia our way. onvertlng all the treasure they may poaaeaa to our own uses. And thia trade we shall labor at until the paeeace of a Law of International opyright ahall render U ter ary Piracy an offence. -' Postmc or-others by enctoainr-us Five dollrswill be "entitled to a alitli copy; one ycar.'free, - Toatmaaier are aathorlnd hy law to remh all money for mheerlprton- free of portage to the publishers. ' . Editors of papers that will eiv tlil Proaneetn a eonapicu ona inaertion, and call the at'entton of their reader t it, .will be entitled to an exchange for one year, all letter tote pott paid and addressed to , . . WLLON lr HOOPER, publisher , .. ' ' -27 in suect. New York "PI.OCK AND WATCH BEPAIRIAG ESTABLISHMENT: fflUE hilneriher wial-es ta Inform the citizen of NEW PHIL'A. and vicinity, thai be Mill contiaae to car ry on the above business, and it areaared to clssji irrut aU kind Mr, - CLOCKS & WTCHES, and warrant them tecordmf to dieir quirky. ' JewrlrY repaired in the aWMt workanaalike ' Shop temoved 10 one door east ef Centaro's Crorry. . WILSOS COOPEK. ft. B. the highest price paid ia casta tor old aOvcr. ! New-Philadelphia. May 21, 1841.. 23 If BARBERISM!! fpHE aubacriher would retpoctiully inform the citi zena of New Philadelphia aud vicinity, thai he I ai enpned i ahon on Main street, a few door east of tlie oal Ulhce, in the abovo place, tjere lie intend car rvine on the Barberinz and Ilairdreasins buainesa in a. it variant ramifications. ' He will at all time be ready Vrtakt by tlie tune all who may favor him with a call, and hope by striel Uhd decisive uttenlion to buaineas, Whether wrili a due regard t prenalogical dactope tnents,' and pnytioiopau aeaneations, 10 ye atiie to ren -der'general satisfaction. 1 ' "" : ,- .., 1 B ' fiENRy II. WILLIAMS. N. B. Sick. persons will be waited upon at their. welling. . .... fTMrE snbtcribor wilie to sell bis properly aituaiett 1 ' on Main streal, Mew 'Philadelphia, cooaitting of a - Hoose arid Lot. Hie buildinc is two tor ye high, &2 ft' front, nearly new, having been built within J8 montln; good cellar, 6 rooms, hall, dining toom and kitchen; ) smoke) b ntte and other outhouse,- good -well new, - cirlern, holding about 60 or 90 barrel of rain weletf it- a back ahop, dory and half high. The whole conve ; nienne are situated on as good lol as any in the iown, j making iery desirable piece of properly for airy jef- : son whatever, ' and will be did on reasonable terms , ; Person's Wi.hihg to purchase, will pleaaecall and ........ ,, . , DANlEt vnoMtxZ" ; New Philadelphia; Apcil 18,1 84 , , t M4 KHZ'S -AMEBIC.tN ANHL51LIOU3 : w prists. , For the praentioa and aire of Diseases arising from a Vetordertd njttem aud impure blood, tiz; , , DIHoiis, Intermittent, Remittent, Nervous, Inaimnatory ami v-itrid Fevers, dyiMm, Livcf Compiainl, Sicklies at the aioutaeli, Paiu In the Side, llreaat Back and Shoulder CoauvenM, Indainalioil of the Luii!s, Blndder, Intestine, Stomach, Throat anil air parages, Uheumatiam, Gout, Apo, plciy, axnl yata Dyiouie-y, Flatulency, Oepressed Spirit. Hypochondriasis, Palpitation of tlie Heart, Nervous Irritn, bility, Los of Appetite, Acidity, General Debility, Hysterics Giddiness and Dlmnca of Sight, Sick Head ache, Spaaina, Biles, PiuHiIca in the face, 'fetter Scrofula, Gravel, Dropsy lit the ho-d. aud eheat. Scurvy. Syphilis, colds, coughs, ulcers, -Gores of every description, Female complaints, Suppressions and other compiatuta ofijliiillus disordered Stomach j Impure Blood. -' Tliti American Preparation I certain to remove tlie root, the primary cante of all thoae distressing maladies, and appli cable In all cases ind forms of siskaea. 'from childhood up to old age, and can be used with perfect anl'ely by any ail tinder circutuatance, particularly among delicate females, who are to frequently subject to transient complaints which ofteu render their health very precarious. The preferred auperiority of these pilla ia that they are pre pared from tlie solid extract of -8411 and aoo-is " Their nature i to 'CLtmet roatrr nnd rraixaTuait," harmless to. the constitution and death to a diseaie, It Is a faet that allsyitenuare liable from Improvidence and negltt w-acwuiwo-ltrle Bile and a variety of diseased humor. To cleanae the aystctn. It should be eary attended to. If ne glected the patient is certain to be afflicted with a painful dia eaae and protracted euuering. Nearly all clasae f diaeaae ,re caod by wine obstructions in tlie ayateiu which prevent the regular and whole some operation of the animal function. Thia itate of tlie lyttcm is disease, which Is uianlsfeated In a variety of forma more or less malignant, in their character. To restore the ayatemto 0 Hate of lieulth, then, it is only ne cessary to remove the cause of disease, and the end i accom plished. The cause is obstruction somewhere. This can be removed hy .purgation, which la the only jnoant that ahould be resorted to, became auggested by reanen and by nature. It ia therefore It: portant to dentin the system or all thoae unhealthy obstructions, purify the blood and assist nature kindly In all her operations Thia object beaaily obtained by using a box or two of the "American Antibllious or Life Pilli' allowed hy the thousands who have used them, to be the beat purgative medicine in existence. Becaute lltey not only re move all obstructions, aud purge the system of It impurities, but because, and which ia extremely important, atrcngtheu ami "ive proper tone to the stomach, and produce a healthy action of nil the parts. Besides they are so mild and gentle In their operation, as to tender them at all limes a perfeetly aafe and desirable remedy. The afflicted would do well, then, to purchase a box or two of thia invaluable medicine, and give It a fair trial, instead of destroying their systems with oft repeated dosei of Calomel and other drugs so injurious to hu man life and happiness. . In the accute-'and Inflammatory lorni of diseases, auch aa fever of all kinds, Colic, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, Rheu matism, Small Pox, Violent pain, Neuralgia, Apoplexy, Pleu rlsy, and all other violent attack the dos must be from 3 to 4 pilla, until the paia or Inflammation ia aubsided, when it may be diminished so aa to keep the bowels gently open. In all Chronic Complains, or diseases of long atanding, (lit ordinary doseia from two to three riLLa"takeu when retiring to lied, or when arising in the morning. The above Pilla just received at tlie store of Mr. Chapln' Nw Philadelphia, Ohio. TJ-Prlce 25 cent per box. Bit ANDHETH'S FILLS. THESE distinguished and celebrated pilla having been be fore the American public seven years, their corrective and curative properties are generally known and justly ap preciated Little need be aaid in their praise in the shape of an advertisement being used In every citi Town and almost every hoik in the United States. There are thousand who can testify to their virtues and good qnilities. Ask any one who haa ed Ihe medicine and a hearty recommendation will be the certain result. - But It remains for the public to be very careful where they parchaae Eticry one of Dr. Brandreth' agent have an tit ravid cERTtrtoATS of agency on 'which ia a copy of tlie three label used upon each box of the pilla hark! tbrec Label tiro each sox, toe top, the bottom, and the aide. Each label having twoof Or' Brandreth fac simile signatures upon It. DR. BR ANDITETIIH'S only AGENTS for .Tuscarawas eounty Ohio, are . JOIIN P. CHAPIN, New Phil'a. -'"- PHILIP P, LAFFEtt, Sandyvtlle. ' "New rhir. fcina.fl, 1842. '. run 8 A I.E. -On the 2filh dav of Sentbmhor. at tlm iYArfllinncn of LewL-i L. I.ee.-iti Cmiul Di.ver, a quantity of inifiiiiih- cd Paint Mills. Sale to commence at 1 o'clor-k P. M, Terms cash. , H. A. REDFIELD, Assignee otLewis L. Lee, a-Uaiikrimt Sept. 15, 1840. ...... APPRENTICE WANTED. 'A -ainart ar.tWti Rtiv from lfi In 1ft vmiri nf naa win. ted, to laarn the Cabinet Making buii.es. ., Ona from .1 I I tne country wuum uu uruieiiuu. . B. BALLIOTT. ; Port Washington Sept. 14,1 843 FARM FOR SALE. THE subscriber offeraforanlo a valuable farm lying onth graded road leading from Cumberland to Wlnesburg.J nil lesfrom Dover containing 177 Acre, which about 90 acre are cleared 50 in good bottom land 20 in meadow and the balance well timbered- -On Hie farm is a good house It barn, and 5 never failing (pring. terms. One half down, and th balance in yearly payments auhatantially secured. . If not old before the 20th September, I will put it up at public tale, and cut U to suit purchasers. - ' "WILLIAM WADE. June 20, 1842. .24 3 m, CI1EXPER EVER.1'!!!! . 'Look Here!!! SADDLjEKY.: WILLIAM SHEAR, mENIEES bisaincereUianka to his customers and thapub- Ik for the liberal patronage he haa received, ainca It kaa comme eed bullae. He hopes by atrict attention to bu sinew, to merit a continuance and Increase of patronage. He still rcnlinue to manufacture S1EN and WOMEN'S SAD DLES, on Hie newest fashions and of the best Material!. Also til kindi or CABBIAGE, DEAJtBORN, WACON and BOAT HAS k'ESS, with every article ia hi line of business requir ed in the country , . He latter himself that lliat the execution of hi work will he eaUafaelory to those who may employ him. He will tell oa very moderate term, for cam and take Bark Hide, Grain and ether trade at liberal prices, in payment for work. f7Sbop removed to Mr Cryder' building on Main atreet, a lew door east of the port office. Kew Philadelphia, April , 1842 . 22 ly. . FA 8 UIOX ABLE TAILORING. SAMUEL n ADAMS pould respectfully return his thanks to the citizens of Dover, lnrl Ndnr P.iilartnlhi. fV.r ik III....I -. , - -. -- ,v, . ... . uuviqi I0I onage ae has ter.aived since' his Commencement in bun nest: and he inform thA rilivjina nffha r,,inft,-. 1 II . i n i. ill 111 HQ still carries on Ihe Tailoring buaineas in the town of 1 1 l- a. . .i i i n. .... . vodi, niciury oireei, uin eiqe, wnere Clothing will i,e marie in thn mnat faahlnnKlA nnil Ctiin.. - " - H.,,g lumiiivr From his experience in tha above business, he feels iobuicu inai ue win uu amu w reiiaer .general satlslhC1 lion to all, who are pleased to give hitn -a call' ' ' Dover, Sept.'30, J841 : ' BOOT AND SHOE MAKING. , , IE subscriber pect fully informs the cilirens of New fliilsrltlvni. and the surrounding totintr. hat he carries on the) above buaineas in all it various branenes in lb building formerly occupied by Simon P. Htifinsgle, is shoe-shop, a fevr doors south of the' New York store, and as be has, and intends eonstantlv to keep on band the best of stock, and superior work man, (so uncommon to this country.) By this, -and due attention in Dusinesaiia Hopes to mem a considera ble sham of pubho patronage. ' ' - ' H 1 The public in general are invited to call and sea be fore purchasing elsewhere, aa be is bound to give good orgat81or-cili. , UHN McDNNEL,' i; Match 24, 1842,10tf. . ,, : FERTIO & TORREY, ., DEALEE8 IN CBOCEHIE8 AND PHOVISIONg, Storage Forwarding fc eomroission EuHinss -West side or ti caKaI, Ikb aotbDiae silow ' -' ' mi cash, aairo. r- " ins caau, satroS. ; L'4 if.; NO TICES; . , ftl. ATHERTUN" V-V..', -- .AT TORfiE Y AT, I A IT,-u ' r And Alaster Commissioner in C'hnnccry,' orrtc casTna aooa i Tint brici hi'ildino kobtii oi tiis ; , . a .COVBTi'ipL'SB. f ,..,., . . . -JAMES CRAIG J;;-V'-" ATTORIX MY AT LA W." Office in I lie room occupied by Sheriff English, ona door north of the Clerk' office. ' ! ' coLLtc-TioHs and other biitlncss promptty attended to. : HA NCE & BELDEN, - ATT OB NETS AT LAW, and Solicitors in chancery. ' Office in the South Il'est corner o tlie Court House.' Now Philadelphia, Tuscarawas CV.iuty, Ohio. , : 1 LI AM MCCLE AN, : M 2 ORJVEY JUW COUNSELLOR ; ; ;. ."v ' at L'-a w,!" ; '.'.';:, CANAL DOVER, OHIO. t Orncs, tit jui sani tutLoino occofieo ai ncn i 'Sutn , . Kkllks. I I ;'. , ! " IIAUTxlIiX & SIMIJKW vTUElJ, iAttorucys and counsellors at Law, AMI) '' SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY, All buaineas entrusted to their care will meet with prompt attention. GFFICl ll THK EAST ROOM OT THK CQPBT BPS. " JOHN D. CUMMIK9. ATTOKNEY & COUASELLOR AT LAW, and solicitor in chancery, orrioa removed from the Publio boildimo to the New BunniNO fronting the public square, near the courthouse and Immediately east of Mr. Bowcr'a hotel. All business entrusted to my enro. in Tuscarawas, Holmes, Coshocton, Uurrilon, Carroll, or Wayne county, will bo promptly attended to, - Kew'Phil'a. July 6 4842. ''' Law Notice. BOOZ M. ATHERTON, and GEO. W. CHAP MAN, have formed a co partnership in their business as Attorntcs at Law, aud will hereafter practice in con nexion in Tuscarawas and the adjoining counties. They will alsoiittend to business in any part of tha coup ty before Justices. - Thu public may be assured that business entrusted to their manngetnent will receive their prompt and undi. Tided attention, . ' . Office in tlie middle room of tha New Public buil dings. " New Philadelphia, Deo. 1, 1841. 1 ty. TTeW STOKE: & NEW GOODS A T THE OLD STAND ... . IN' SHAKtfSVJLLE. The subscriber has just received from the eastern ctt ics a splendiU assortment of goods consisting iti psft, of Cloths cassinieres and sattnetts, of every deBoriplion. English and French Merinoex, Muslin de laities, silks, Bombazines, calicoes, cap stuffs, Jackonetle, Laces, cambricks &c. c. Silk and tabby velvet, Ginghams, Mixtures, Russian Drilling, Drab and blue drillings, . .bonnets, bonnet silks and trimmings, lickings, sheetings, chedke, mus lins &c. . . ' ' ALSO, -- Boots and shoes, Groceries, 4 lard ware, Crockerv, Iron, 8teel, Srihes, Nails, and a variety of school bonks, and in fact every thing usually kept in this patt of the country. A" of which he oilers as low aa can be bought in this section ot utno. - Call und see for yourselves. - GEORGE BINKLEY. -. fihanesville, Aug. 10, 184230tf . IN BANKRUPTCY, On application of Benjamin B-Lippitt, of 2'usoarsw- as county, Uliio.- Tlie aoove cane having Deen reierreu 19 me a iiraw miasioner of Bankrupts forTuacarawas County afore said, by the Honorable the district Court of the United mates, UI110 Uistrtcl, I am prepareaio receive. ,proois of tlm claims uf the creditors uf the said Benjaujiii U. Lippill, uutill the 11th day of October, 1812. 1 B. M. ATHERTON.' ' Aug. 9, 1842-3w ' Com'r of Bankrupts; Coverlet Weaving! The Subscriber having established himself in Nov Philadelphia, tenders hi services to the citizens of the town and adjacent country, as an Ingrain Coverlet Weavor. He flatters himself from long experience in the busi ness, thai his workmanship will be interior to none in the State of Ohio, and that lie will be able to give gen. eril tutisfaction. ROBERT B. WILSON. -New Philadelphia, Aug. 10, 1842. tf. PUBLIC SALE. ' Dew it C. Dorsey - J Pursuant to a decree of : 11 : vs. the Court of Common Frederick Cunningham etal. ) I'leaj of Tuscarawas County, in'this caie sitting in Chancery, I shall offer for sule at Public, vendue on Monday the 19lh dsy of September 1842, at the Court Houae, In New Philndel phia, the following described real estate viz; Lot 21 1 and '2)2 in the town of Dover, B. M. ATHERTON. August 17, 1842. Maalert'om'r in Chancery. PUBLIC SALE. ; Kobert.McDowell 1 Tuscarawas Court of Com. vs., - mon Pleas. In Chancery, John Cowgill et. al. ) In pursuance of a del ere of laid Court, I shall offer et Publio sale at the Court House in New, Philadelphia on the 19th day o September 1842, Lot .No. 150 in the town uf Dover in said county, B- M. ATHERTON. Slsster Com'r in Chancery,' August 17, 1842 SI. CHANCERY. SALE. ' Joseph Jordan, 1 nl virtue of a decree of Ihe Court of. . Vf Commnn.I'leas of Tuicarawos coun,- Jesse Burr et. al. ) ty, Ohio, in Chancery sitting, I ahall offer at public sale ott the 19th day of 8pt. 1842, at the Court House In New Philadelphia, Lot No. 39 40 and 41 Iu the Iown of Porf. Washington In said county. . , """ . GEO. W. CHAPMAN, ' Auj,17 18I2, S14w special Master Com'r In Ch' Againat Hard Times, high price cj- dull tradt. r 1KB. .AKKIVAL 7ELTV, PARBISII, Co.,reapeelfully Inform ths pub I lie that tllCV nUt thAi. VAtn ,,nn hlnh n.l . , .f ... ui v.HAim aim jiara t'lnea; and to satiafy the public Ihat tliey practice wliol they preach, they Invite the attention of all keapy yanaeTusto omers to their stock of ' : .... SHOES Sf LEATHER. now arriving, and which contain a varied and desirable ortment of Gentleman's and Ladles) hoys and children'! boot aud Slioes of all kinds, i : v 'VrPER, AND fiOL' LKATHM.- Morocco. Lhilnsi and Uil,, .ki.. ai,u Shoe, pegs by tlie quart and bnsbsl, Latts, Boot Tree and Boot imps, audal price tint cannot but In pleasing' to our. rlmaera. No naina nt .r.rt inn. K 1 11 u. . 1 . 1 1 , ..w ... ti 11. .w .iiai iv umav uu estaJili'hmeiit right Iu all respects, to that jipue can. Veto ' Callaud satisfy yourselves. ''.'. ' .:.'.'. vaiw ijuvci, tfuuv.f , iOt4., ,f.-. '7u r '''' M AMP OILS-Spersi ajroaOila for Ml hv 1"- .!.!. Jaui r MTia r romtev-.': r Medical - JiollccV--" The si!crilers hnvitiji asicf it. 3 themselvri'as pao titionerH iifAludiiiilia, tnmMr'thrif serNsTti tlm citi zens of pnvr;iirTl the sufroutidlng-Courrrrylinlie-Tss rions bratii-he of llieir profession. ' -i'. '' - l)r- McMeal thankful iiir lliewy etleiiifl patron age he has received for ISyeajs past, liopet Ijr strict at tention to merit a continuance of it. " " '":-' 'i'heir ntllce Is on Slid Street, above (lie Halter shop offilr. Wiisoa. . 1 . D.MsMEAL, M. D. t", . . LEWIS DYER, . D. Dover, Nov. 15, 1841, ly. Medical Card. fVIIE-aulncriler having Unbilled his stud lis, fi satabllaliaal himself in Ihe town of 8UASESVILL ', as a niedkaf practitioner, and hope by an assldious attention tajthe varum hrancliea of hi ptofesaion, to merit a liberal Share of publio confidence and patronage, Ottics on Main street, next door M the Post Office. . .... . -v - , -- t ' ' ' JACOB STEESIi. Shnnetvile, Tu. co-, April 20, 1842 14 tf " Some things can fce done as well as other. Kilgore & II11H, ItE now receiving in part. tiielr Supply of GOODS for the . coining season, njd for liar money. ST determined not otie undersold by nny other establishment in tiiis sactiaa as "Ohio. In fact, they intend as fur aa possihl 10 make it the interest of all to pay cash for their good. "Therefore ska who have purchased good from them on credit, and a not nor cannot now nny off their account with them, or jnako Some -satisfactory arrangement are assursu that they cannot urther extend their credit. But on the other hand tliaswhoa liey know to be prompt pay, will still find tlicm hirrpy ta grant to those a ihort credit. Itwas originally tlieir.inteiiiuin to not have told goodb one redit, much ss on long credit, ''And It now becomes necessary to adopt tliU mode of dolus business in future, in ordr r that tliey may he enabled to sell their good at tlie LOW PRICES they now offer ilietui and thty flatter themselves, that ill prompt pay system will meet the approbation of a largo ru Jortty of tbctir cuatomer; 1 Thefr Slock consist in part of Super. Blue, wool dyed Black. Polish nnd Invisible Green, Brown, Drab, Cadet, and titec Mixed . : ' ' .................. I, , BROAD CLOTHS, Cassimeres, Cassinets Meri.noeS, York Drillings, Bin do. Tickings, Summer stuffs assertttl, Green und liltack' id Linens, - Super Black Gotlu Crape, London Prints, American do., Isish Lineim " Black and bluo black, Italian, plain and figured 8U.KS, Drew handkerchief. onrior figured anil plain SWISS MULL, Jackonetts. Bobbinciita, Glovea and Hosiery, lilbbands, Laces, Quillings, Edging and Inserllnge, black silk "Velvet, figureal and plain Satin and" fancy VESTINCS, bleached Muslin; also brown do. from 6$ to 10 cent per yard,, or to make a long Stary short, tliey will; sell Muslins, Cutton Yarn, t'Aa, or anything elsetlicy -may have 16 eel), yaat as low, ifnota "leeiie". lower than the ''nSxt His," for the paper of spe cie intying Banks. -. . .., . HARDWARE, tiUEENSWARE, 1 :' - .- AST) LOOKINQ GLASSES. ' Together uith a large assortment rf GROCER I ES, And for the kind of money above mentioned, rest assured tliey will give 7 Ibe. of coffee for one dollar, or a "leetle more if any other Merchant ia disposed to give It. Also Pittalmrg manufactured articles, audi a Irou, Nail, Call ings, Cotton Yarn, Bailing, Wicking, tVlndow Class, And s full supply of Eclectic School Book aj-c . New Philadelphia, April IS, 1842; .1 ' 14 " COUNTER BC'AJLES 4 wuntracalc urit rat article, for sule by . PEBTIO TBBY' " . Way 26, 1842. P - : -, : - n 1 , .-.v i. : WINES t LIQUORS A General asaortmeel of yyinee and Llquora at wholesale or retail hy 1 ; i ' ' - FEBTIO TOJSi!ir. "? Way26. . .. . .. . . : .. .. .. ., ,., ffJEVVABK and Lancaster Eectified Wbiikey by Hi Ilk ibariel constantly oa hand and for sale hy . . , ., ; ...... . - . PEBTIG TORRBT. May 26. 1 - 7 ' ' 1 TAs30N ttana Shoulder t ildea a large quanUijr for 1 sale low. : (-. . -.'; . -.-I'll- . Canal Dover, May 26, .1842. FERTIG f TORREY. The highest prlcea will be paid In cash for the following Prauklln Bank Columbus. Bank of Chiiiicotbo' Lancaster, : i Illinois, , . - Commercial Bnnk Lake Erie, Bank of Sleubenvilhv ' Urbuna, i-.- : Granvilla. , , ,. Canal Dover, . ' ludinna, ' ' j Kentucky ,, . m ., Bank of Cleveland, Hank of Clrclevllle, " '" ' "' Marietta,'-: 1 -,. ., .' . iXRU'W a 'ORREY;.. JACOB DA RST, wr E8PECTFILLY informs the public that he lias cam- menced the :. !' y ! f 1:. ;, ,;i 1 . ' Blacksieiith Business ' ' in the village of LOCKPORT, where he intend to carry tin the various branches of his profession on an extended scalel He will ocnsloually beaitled Inliii work by tlit labor and ikil of Mr, Simon Beck, who i well k-uown a an esuerienced, Blacksmith, from the unremitting attention he will pay to all orders for work entrusted to him, and his renionnLle char ges, he hopes the farmers' of Ilia country aud the public gecn erally will favor him with rliclr custom, , , Loikport, Aprlll, 1342, '' '5 " 0LOOK ERE!!r' ' -? . Tlx undersigned also manufactures alt kinds of aooi Toot, such as axes, fnot adzes, broad axes, and chisel of all sorts warranted forlliirty day. ELIPTIC SPRINGS made, ca auoxa. wagons, buggy, and oil description of vehicles laoxss oa the shortest nolico, In the most substantial maiiBer, and on reasonable terms,. . He would alao say that he has In his employ Aahim Sheli, an excellent workman Item New York. ' Ha la th sole Inventor of the celebrated rousfiM aud received a pre nilum of 1 15 for making one In 1 820, wh icb was sold for 5 dollars. From his receipt ' It was that Collins received his Instructions for making the axes he has been i successful In selling. JACOB DARST. Lockport, May 30, 1842. ' . t V 20 - ' A CHEAP BAKU AliV, J I will sell the farm I now reside situate on the toad leading' from C Dover, to New Phlle.,contalnlng about WH acre about 16 acre cleared, a amall neat dwelling nous with good water at the door,and an orchard. The plae I within of a mil ofCinnl Dover, beautifully eltunted, aud the land of good quality; for term apply at my residence, or on Lawyer Vc Clain, Canal Dover As I Ibiuk of returning to -my former pise of residence,! iliall sell lew with reasonable credita t. , July 20, 1842. s 27 4 William Boyd adm'rofthe (state V - Petition for leave i. of Robert Dougherty dec . - f to ael) land to pay debts. ,T' .- ( TOTICB Is hereby Mary Dougherty et. al. ' ) l given that en tho t4th day of Septemher 1842, between th hou-a of 10 o'cloali . M. and 4 o'clock P, M . of said day, I will sell at public aae- , tfon at the Court House door In New Pbllaaelphl,, Tuscara was county, Ohio, the following describod reb) eatate. on the twine hereinafter stated; vis: The North east quarter of aee-' (Ion No. twenty one (21) of township Ave (6,) and rang No, one (1 ,) This land la situated abour one quarter of a mile from' Weatcliester, In Perr Township, '."uacarawa copnty, Ohio, nd will beiold snhJeottotM dower estate uf Mary Dough--erty widow of Robert Umighertv-rdee. ar heretofore aaalgsed In said preiniaos.-Tlie above land la altuated in a healthy region of country la well timbered and ha upon It a good apple ad .peach orchard, and a number of good and never falling springs ,of water. -Terms of Sale will be one third In ouli h( hand ,ne third lav on year and" one third In two years, with hiiir' V est on th two last payments from tha day fit ale?rM hp a 1 enred by Sood and aufficient security. '." -.. . . v'd ! . WM.BOtsD, Kdiur,asritd. r,,Augut2, AM842, .',.,, .1 ".iw i,:! Hiw " anUARLEa WJL80N,. HAT'l , ' J hnua, teAll lnC..n lliA.rili iJ sU Canal n uaosraiya , lOUIlty, thai lie Still Conunue 10 carry- uu iiq amiiili business; "In ail rts vnrioda 'branches. Ilia 'Korlfhian ship ahall be of the first nualir,) hoping thsrejf to ret iv a liberal ahar of patrcmagen nwod vitiui' N. U- All kind of country produce, (aVtrt in .est -chalice tvr work, or outstanding debts, f