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' 1 V iPETfTlOS te cosMlete real tontraot. .Jutm Baclntttjl, , li'1. i ' '' .! - " ' J JOHN Bachex and Catharine hia wife. David Bmrti. Wu IUn Bwnria, Jamat 8sr(t; David Rarbaugh J Mar Caret wlie, 'i'lwnm fltaast and Catherine hlawuat Patar , llnchar. Hmrr WHItrd aad Mary le Wife. Jacob Hmrtli ami Wary tut !, Jacob Bmllfc aSataaj hia wife, .Thoaaat nor-och, and Elttabeth bit PliUtp Knappeantrgec A4- miiintffite of Jacob - Backer 'd,' ara Irerehy Mimed, thai on the i8ih telh da rf. Noysmbn A.l, 1843, Joeeph IHoi, o Hit tmtoty af.f aaearawaa and Plata of Ohio, tied In the Coart of Common pies of (tie tounty of Tuecarawat and Bute of Ohio, a BUI In Chancery against ihd laid defendant, ; willed taid kill tale forth that on er abonl the 2nd of July, : A. D. IffiS. tka raid Joseph Stout entered Into an article with the aald Jacob Bachar now dee'd for Hie purchase of ilia fol loaritj land than owned by Uie raid Jacob Bacher, which tnid land la Situate la tlia county or Tuacarawaa, Ohm, ) nd C - irlhad In aald articl ae follows, to wit, Bii acres to be taken off the Boutb weet quarter of aectlon number 31, township : 10 range S, to be taken off of the north aide or Mid quarter, and on tba want aid of the Road leading from New Phila delphia to Woaater, to ba ukanfrom the centre of aald. road Ina par a kali line M lit line an the Weal line of aald quarter, and adjoining lha town pla.t of gtraaburg, that the eaid Stout : kaa compiled wltb bia part of aald article, and hat paid all of l) puretiaae apnty. Prayer, for proceet, antwer, and that ayfemUnft be, cvmneUe-i to execute and deliver to pelltioner good" and anttcieut deed for eaid, land, and general relief, and the eats defendant are further notified, that a nlere they appear, plead, answer, or demur to1 the aald Bill, within til . (y daye after th next term of laid "court, the aaid loteali StouU at Ui terra next after the. expiration of eaid trlity taya, will apply ! eaid court to take Uie matter of th BP. I tt confeaaad and t decree lliennn accordingly. ':' CUAIMINS A CAMP, 6ori fer Chmph'. D'a.eri Jar..' 85. 1844;' ynAQTiqj; or eieoioinii ITT A VI NO iiertuauejitly located lu Hew fliUadelnbia. re pactfull teudera hie profeeaionaJ servicet to llie public, arid ho pee by faithful dlicharge of hie duty to' thote who paay taticlt hlrt, tetactlte nhire-of public patronage- Hia remedlea are chiefly of a VEGETABE8 CHARAC TER, combining aiildnutand efficacy, and When ekllfully ad eaielttered, are wall adapted to arrett aad eradicate dieeaaa h all the varied Jerata, to. which tin human tytlein k) rabject. JUrlug a Utorough knowledge of the , , . ... k n ;-,-,- .. 0,1 ; UreacojUan Practloe, 'Judglag' 1 dkieatea by thedrine) peraona wialilng: amtf avai iknneebret of thi advantage; " CASH will be ex netted In all catee, except far riding. -Otact in tba new building on lot formerly occupied by 8. W leifope', on the corner of High and Sixth atreeta. t.fmmim. M43 ly A NATURAL REMEDY . lie our .Constitutions, and competent to the tun ay soery curam aneast wiu oe jouna m .. Wit IGHT'S INDIAJV VEWBTABLE PILL 8. Of the North ' Jlmtriwi Collegt Health. THESE Extraordinary riLLeare eampoMd of plaata which grow tpotrtaueouily on attr toil; ami ara therefore better a dapte'd to our cohetkutlont, than Medicine concocted from Fereiga dru;, liowerei well they may be compounded: and a- WgioHT lua Viuar4Bi.i riLit are founded upon me principle the ilie human body l in trath . '',.. . .. . "" ' Subject to but ont Disease, ', 4a. corrupt bunion, and' thai eaid medicinea caret thlt dlr ''eate on natural principle by clennsing and purifying the ' body; It wilt ba maul feat, that if the conttitution ba not' en . tlrely exhausted a pertereranee In their use according to dlrecttatj ie tutolutely eertalit to drlre away dlaeaae of ev (ry, nam from tbe body.. . . v. When w wirh to rettore a Swamp or . Herant to fertility .we drain It of the tuperatiaodnnt watere. , in like manner If ; "we with to rettore the body to health, wa muutttleanee It ef 'knuurity.' " ' ' " ,' " , - ' ' ', -., .. . ' wgM't Indian VfglaUi nils Will, be found on of Uie beat. If trot the very heat Seditlat hiie world for carrying out the Grand Purifying? frincip't.' ' ' -became they expel from the body all morbid humor, tba eerie of dtieaw, Ik an eaty and nataral ratniitr, tad; while taef evarr dat give eate and pleature, diaeaee of ever name " laatdlt driven from the bodv.' ' " t. " Tiie thore named pilu, have been three year before rtjie American public, tad wecoa now tar wltliout fear of con . trodictkm, that of all the varioni Iledicinet which have here- . ufore been, popular; aol one bad given aaeb univertal emit. i taction, tr obtained tuch a permanent hold upon the affre- tiene of the people. Not onry do ail Who uie It invariably eeperleeee rellef. and recommend It hi the ttrengeit termt, but k kae erftctedeome of the moat aeteuutliing caret ever perrorm 'kdlrv medlclDe.i;Ji w.-iiij ,U;'i. '..' Ftom tht Boston Daily 7tnt'." -. WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETAHLK PILLS. - fall the public edvlted medicinea of the day, we know of ejane that we can more rate It recommend, for the Hit that ttcsh ie ken? to tba tbe pilla that reaoidat.theuepetf the Notth ' daierlcaa College of ilealtli, no. 19ft Tremoot alreet, BoelOn. .ajereral intuncet we know of where thev art . ed In fainiliet ;wltb tbe highest tatiafaetioq; and no longer ag ollion vesterdaT ('re beard aa emiuent phvaicjan ecomiuend tnem In high lermt Itere UMU H do l great re,iugnnnce wine use ui uua.n itdielnetMtbtT ara all inilltcriiniiialelr termed, bnt it wat malnlg riving to the regular M. D.'t constnntlT denouncing Ifcem. The are however becoming m6r lilieral In thlt ret kaet, ' audi the conaoqaence that good Vegetable medtcinetare aw more extentivelv need than foruerlv. '- ; - t ' . : tetrad of a UHer from Washington '- City: ' ' . ttt. tVm. WatanT lcar Sir 3fd will havt llie.k,indner forward me at toon at poisilile, two or three grota of the kdian Vegetable jiilli The ealee have for the latt two jporttht creaied lapullxlJhote wJio hu y. jtoncrall r remarking ."tliat km are the beet niltl thev haya ever nsed " and inv opinion thai thef will In a eltort time eupercede oil ollien In thit tmtv ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' v ' HOBERT rAttNHAM, ; 4f . " I ' ' "' ' Waihlngton eit','D. C. '' '", Fient S Wi?a. Saturday Evening Post. ' WaiGHT'B INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS, i' Wrlght't Indian Vegetable Pillt are attaining great eelehrlty a Hew Bngland at well aa other parte of the United Slatet. Tke attempt ot pertone to defraud the public by, lite tola ef eperioa articles, meetewilh general reprobation Mr. Wright kj an indefallgnble butinett man, and thowi an array of curet ly the medicine which warrant confidence in tin virtue of hit fcdiart Vegetable Tlllt. .. AGENTS. C HA PIN fe ROBT, New Philadelphia, Taecartw- U enunty, Oliirr, - . . , . . . ... A. D. Thayer A Co.. Bolivar, do do " F. P. Laflor, Santfrville, do d - .' " Chnttian Weehel, ZW. 'oTo ''"' ' ' " Riller, piingluffdi Slerling, Canal Dover, do ','Themat Sargent, Shanetville, do do " Sever & Bowman, Coshoplon, Cotlroetrjn todnty, O. A. Renfield & Co ; Keene, do rl"o Sbrquel lliimnckhoime A' Co., Lewisrille, do de I Ukiiiel Kilgnre & Co., .Cadir, IlanUon eo, O., " Atktnann & f filbert,' Harrieontilld'j'4o db- - f;' jhi3, 1843. -r '.' - A B W SHOE t LE ATUEK - v; V';: store;----- be the NEW RRICK BUILDING opposite B. Miller's Tannery on Factory Street, e- .1 . ,1 LOWER TH Aff EVER FOR CASHIIH jLINGLUF" BOVVER A Cj., have just received t ilmir anrinir iuodIv of Boots and Shoes, and would apeetfullv solicit the attention of all ready paying eaatomera to their sloek bf ' ' ' x ' ' SHOES A.ND , LEATHER, BOW iirVlvlbs. knri Which eontaln a varied and desirable na aortmant f aentleman's and Ltilietj koyt and children 't boots MdtUktttof all ktnda, - ... cppcr and sole leather. eroate. T.inim a ma. Shoe makert nndlnin of all kind, . afho ptgt by th caart and buahel, Lnatt, Boot Tree and Baatimpt, and at pnjcee that cannot but be pleating to pur eaaaert. No painter exertions will: l tpared to make Hit aaubllakaaent right in an Tttpscts, 1 that none ca veto, oH and atthfy ytmrtelvet. - . aatnl Dover May Jl, 1843. : t. "ti' 1 ' 1 1 ' - " ' BUTTER TTr.ANTEO, in eachanga for Good, at ihe Ptor of 11 D irnu n nutniti - How "Pfcila'Ai, Feb. 9, 1844. 1j 'FEBTIO & TORREY. , DIALKES IK-ROCtRl8- .ANr) iROYIORS, ft orf go, Forwardine It f ontmissioa Bnsinis ( Tmt tn 'Miu 2 asaame aacew . V t-'i vera eiatai eitivfi. ' " CANAL X0fER, OHIO. Notice r" HEREBY g'tvrtr that th" following ncmmht have 1wi fi e J in the offi of-.he Cle.k el tba JUoait of ComrniM. flats or. ; I utcarawa county , -ubjwjl to th inspection uF U concerned, and will he preem(l at'tlian-xt term M said Courf, In pursuance of the -ramie in such cse! 'mails and provider!.. .. - Th final wuuni of J. B. Reed Adinr. of Siuue. V Kenrick, ... , .. .... , .. - Tli aacounl of John VVeimer guardian of Catharine Wad-' v ' ' ,-- t.'-y.h i"1"'-. t i J1 '-mivIh ., .; .', nmt 8ntn Warle. t , . . name j- " Mary Ann WaJ;' The nartiar account of lloflry ftlosliw guard tail ' of Edwin Mnthnr, " ' " f "final " ' tarn " " Ahraham P. Moshar, H Yf 'J " asm;',. " Elizabeth n.forMr.'.",; " " aame." "" ."Aidmr Moshai., Th e Final acount of Jli Ann Shoffor Atloiiitr- trie nf Hnrv Shifl'er decea(i .,- .'-m e i Partial account of Ovrua C Carroll Ad:iiioUtrator of E I I J A . ... , - Partial account of Jo n Trettel Adminiarrator ofSaro- riB Shutter dee'd. " - ' . Final account of Ether Cnpaland, (late Eeiher" Btuw) ' Adm rn or James tl. omw. oec a. u tt Frederick Weibr Ex'r of Jobu WeibU, dee'd. ' . . , , , Jirhn 8hank kdminiatiator Ojf Henry Mil ' lar deo'd. 1 Partial account of Elizabeth Engler adminittralrix of of Jotapb Engler deceaaed. ' ' ' C. H. MITCHENER, Clerlt, 'Feb. 21, 1841-3 w. , .; "-.I:"; DjS. THOMPSOR'S appabatus FOR THI CtTtK or '.-. , . ' PROLAPSUS UTERI ' " and other diseases arising from female weakness. THI9 intlrument hat hit the eanclion of ihe beet (ihyaiotane in-the country; aud being altogether ao exernnl appliralion, it it unquestionably the aafett, at well aa the most perfect and useful of tho kind ever invented.- " '; "-. ' '' ' ' "' The undersigned, liaving been extensively coniullod in catet of Female weakness, and being anxiout to adopt a plan of treatment, which while it eecuret to it patient the greatest amount of good, it attended wilb Ihe Iraal expense and inconvenience, hereby tinhentat ingly. recommendt this Apparatus aa one eminently caU culated to accomplish these objects. . : . l ' Such it his confidence in the greit utility of Ihe In tlruinent, that he has enerted into the necessary arrange me'nts fur tupp'y ing Ihe whsls country. The Appar atus together with caieful directions, will be promptly furnished 10 all applicants for ready pay at ihe low price Of FIVt POLLiRS. . Physicians of the county are respectfully invited to call and examine it; and those deairons of introducing it into their practice, can be supplied on more reasona ble terrjat. . J' F. D McMEAL. M. D. . LEWIS DYER, M. D. ' Canal Dover, Dec; 20, 1842. 4tf PROBrBCTUS FOR PUBLISHING , THE DEBATE! " '' Held i Lixikgtor, Kewtbct, Belweei Rv, ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, of Beth any, Vs., and Rav. N. L. RICE, of Paris, Ky. On tho following propositions, fix? 1st. The immersion in water of a proper subject, into the name of the Father, the Son, and ihe Holy Spirit, is the one, only apostolic or Chlistian liaptisra. Mr. Campbell ejtriv Mr. Rice tfentet. , I he intent 01 a nsueving parent it scriptural subject of baptism. Mr.,Rice ajfirms Mr. Campbell denies. : . . . 3d. Cbrittian Baptism ia for the remission ofpaatsins. Mr. Campbell ajtrntt- Mr. Rice denies. . 4th. baplitm is lo administered only by a bUhop or ordained pieebyteri Mr. Rice ajirm -Mr. Campbell 6th. In. conversion and aanctification, Ihe spirit of God operates or. persons only through Ihe Word of truth Mr. Campbell affirms Mr. Rice denies. 61I1. Human CreerJt, as bunds of union and cummu nion, are necessarily heretical and schismatics). Mr. Campbell ojSrms .Mr. Rice denies. Reported by competent Stenographers, and to be ap proved and authenticated by the debatants. Published in one 8vo volume, containing from seven to tight hw dred pagts. neatly executed on good paper, and well bound 111 cloth or muslin. The above work will be puuliahad at early as praclicuble, at TWO DOLLARS per cupy. As the publishers have purchased ihe copy richl, the work can be procured only through (hit chan-. (Ml RECOEMMNDATIONS. We cheerfully recommend (he above work. - II. Cut, ) - J. Speid Smith, Miderators, i ' Sao. Kobertsor, ) VVe (ministers of (he same Church with Mr. Camp bell J cheerfully recommend ihe work: - James Fishbnrk,'1 James Shannnn, John f milh, A. Raines, I.. L. Pinkertnn, J. T; Johnson, B. F. Hall, Wm. Mutton, D. S. Burnet, A.'Kendrick. J. E, Shep irrj. ; 1 ' : " . ' '' We (mlnislers of the same. Chnrch with Mr. Rice,) cheerfully recommend the abbve work. . Ja. K. Burcli, Jacob F..F. Price, Jno H. Brown. N. H, Hall, J. D. Moithewt, Jno. F. Coons,TJ; G. Sim. rail, J. J Bullock. J. Monignmery, Wm. D. Jonet, R C Grundy, D. S. Tod, W. Y. Allen, John Waltt. We (Ministers of the Methodist Epis, Church,) cheer fully recommend ihe above work. H. B D'aicom, B. H. McCown, W. H. Anderson, J. L, Kemp, Thos Lynch. ." f 'ill J ' ' I 1 a ii OTMr. JOHN PEPPERS the agent for Tincnrawas and Carrol counties, will be before ihe public between thia and next March for the purpose of receiving sub scriptions to the above work. ; ' -The Books will be received by the agents about tne last of March and distributed aa soon thereafter aa pos sible. . f.;i 'l r ' " ' The nett available amount resulting from the publi cation, of ihia work shall be equally, divided between two American Bible Societies. "'. v - ILTElder Bosworlh; of Campoell'e order, will com-' tnence preaclving in this place, on Friday February Snd Jan m'184. ''' r iiuff and Gigar ' ' I: A MANUFACTORY. All kinJt of Cigars,- Snuff, and Tolasco tor sale Wholesale and Retail, at -'.. r ' y., i CANAL DOVER, OHIO. Shop removed tn the building Intely occupied as the Post Office, next doer 10 Hayden ot Wejty s atore. i - . - - JOHN REX. i July SOth, 184 ' 15 ly CHARLES WILSON,. HATTER, second at. Cana T 1 .1 C. 1 r m ,,a tttvantt nf 'I'oar-a.BTir ; lyUfOI, TT t' 14 1 U ..,u,(.. Mil. ...01h...B ... a U.WaiHnH County, that ho still continues to carry on the Halting . ' 1 ;i :. : 1 .1 tf.a 1 DUSineSS, in all lit Tnnum uiaiiuiit. aai TTU.Hinail" ship shall be nf the first quality, hoping thereby to re ceive a liberal ahare of patronage. ' JN. II. All Ki 1(11 01 country produce, laser, ra ex ehange for worlr . ef outstanding debts. Feb. 19, 1843 COPPER, TIN AND SHEET IRON :r;:x: factory, ' GEORGE H. DOLL, t) Co., retpectfully Inform the puble tfrnlthey have opened a ahopln tbe long buildinf, , oppote Ihe Market house in NEW PHILADELPHIA, for tot. 1U pose of mtnnfacturlng . : '." COPPER, UN SHEET JRON WARE,' r which thev will tellforCASII.or exehangefor Country pro- dace, as low at any ether udabllimmenl weal of tjie Ohio siver. , . JOB WOHK done in (he best manner, on tbe shortest no ire tad most reasonable lermt jyOta Ptwrta ) rerna taken tn exehwgc for wprk. KtwPlilla.lJarrh 53,1843, I WONIXERFUI REDUTiOlflU :t h Lndy'e Mudical Library mey now .k en ahtlicaUy.ealieil Ihe Cheapest Musical Publication tn the. World. For lha attonlahing law price of ONE DOLLAR 0 ' 1 HALF pcr annum.'or I ij cenU a Wngle nnmher, thepaWlk ' wW be tupplied with alHIie latest lad moat popular MUSIC '. . tiie tupnort which thlt valuable periodical hat already re-, eeived, clearly provea the bigb ettimatlon In which it U held; and In order Is aerare the rentiuaee petroaage ot me musical Workl, th rmbllthar baa baa mad arrangementa wiiereby ' lie will receive a eelecUun af Uie teal tnd LiTttx EoRoptia PoauciTloaa, to that each hionlf ly part will contnla variouaj oritlnal comnoeltloni of the beat native and foreign talent,' accompanied by Materia ttntto af iaditputahle mtrlW . , Added to thtaa ailvantatea, the paper ana eiyie ot getinsj up the Library, will not be aurpnaaed, if equalled, by any of ' the pHhllcatian tint aretfrae rhiiet ha price. While the mu ' K aril b to diapoaed la M louder, each tlitot perfect in iMlf,., and form a valuable celleelion of PIANO MUS0. Sana, Dnetlt, 4-c; with as many advantage, commnlng ele gance with unparalleled clieapiieei-affoftlhm fecihtlet af adap-' mtlon to the varlout wantt of the-Musical World, and tp- p'enrlng in. a 'form peculiarly tutted to I lie present taate for cat Ptalnmciw, Iht LBirary recoimnenda Itaelf to til per aona who with a great-amouut of amusement for a nncom mon tmall oailyv ,; , .jji l.V Ont copy 1 year. Four Conine, .t '11 6.00 ) Twenty-tw ecplei, 30,00 I.OU 1 IW 'TO . W IW-UV la pat funds, rrasef pottage, addrewed to: .,... n'. ,., ... J ,-. , 5DW-FEBttETTFpbluihar, .' 72 South Third etreet, riiilad'a JThe aual allowance to Poatninatert, end the Profeaalon will receive the apart dltcountthat la obtained altliamutio ttoret, l' copy Musical Library, one year, " funu, 1 - Mix Lea lea Magntlue. m J w " " u ' Musical Llli ... .' . . I I, j. irary 1 iMng. ' V 5 doll - Mitt Leallet dollars de th, . , Lady's Book h , Musical Library Mitt Letlle't Magatine, ratine, dollar! Ine, ) ' '- "'. ' Graham's Magaaine, Huaical Library " V ' Sook, .,; f 't alagizana,u. f 10 d jlle'aMagaxine,') '" m Lady Book I Gralinm ) dollars 4 do I MiaaLeilie' 1 Saturday, Conrier, t Mualcal Library J. Ltdy'e Book, las, j 2 Crahaui'a Magaaine tOdeflart' d do Mlaa Letlie't Magaalae, ) Saturday Courier, 1 ' Saturday Post, 1 HIGHLY IMPORTANT, i t NEW DISCOVERY. Dr. George Felix Family ' Aperient Pills. DR. FELIX, of Youngstown, Westmoreland county, Pa;, would most respectfully inform the public that he has made one of the most Important discoveries In medielne ever known, and which will be regarded 1 treafter as forming an epoch in tba art of healing. In bilious disorders, tin effect of ijhs above named pill it wonderful. It removes the vitiated tt.d acrid bile, promotes a healthy secretion of tbe liver, and soon restores that all- important yitcps to ;a natural conauion anu wnuicunc na tivity. In complaints of Ihe stomach. It is particularly valua ble. Jt cleanses it of all morbid and pernicious matter, In creases the appetite, and through the ttomarh, glvet tone and liar to the whole system. It actt effectually in diseases of tht Liver and Gall vessels, rousing the Liver to a healthy action, violent colds it will remove tlRe a enarm. uaewne scarlet fever and Dysentery, will yield to one or two doses. The Dtabates, and all other diseases of the urinary organs will be cured by the use of this medicine without any nor loue effects. In the disease! ef children they will be highly beneficial, especially during the time they are getting teeth, ot which time infants Buffer moat. In; tin use f this medicine, no attention need be pile to diet, nor should there be any dread ot eipoeure to the wea ""TESTIMONIALS OF TBB BtSST KIND can be ad duced. " Numbers of gentlemen of respectability and talent havs used thei pillt, and all unite in rendering praise to thi safe, powerful and wonderful catliollcon. ,. The following certificate of an eminent physlcTiJ; and now a preacher of the Gospel; will show the excellency of their cf&cacy on the system, particularly in oiuout mseasea: MiPin' Mtut, Greene Co ,Fn.r ' February 6th, 1843. J Da. G. Fiux, Sir Having obtained a few bores of your Family Aperient Pills, and having been In the regular prac tke of Medicine for 10 years though now engaged as an ftineroat Minister of the Methodist P. Church I iierehy cer- tlty that In bilious diseases they are decidedly the best Pill I have ever used; they have been partially successful in Dysen tery, and In Dyspepsia very beneficial. You are at liberty to stake any ubo of this certificate you may think proper. . 1 Yours with respect, , P. T.LAISHLEY.M.T inyTliese Pills are prepared only by DE. GEO. FELIX, at Youneatown. Westmoreland ("oatity, fa- with directions for their use. J5pSi:i Undbills with each A bent. AGENTS T. Collier, Bolivar; G. If VV. Speaker, Sandy. ville; Utaaptn s) Roby. New Phllatlerpliln, Wm. Boyd, West. Chester, Keller It Hildl Canal Dover, It Thos. Sargent Sliaue. ville, Tascaiawas county; also II. Koby, Lccuburg, Carrol Co., Ohioj The cheapest and best Medicine in the World Dr. SNYLUSK'B VKUtil AdbCi FAMI LY P ILLS. Only 12 1-2 cents a Bds. . npMESE celebrated Pills will hereafler bespld at 12 J cents a box, just one hall what they nave usually been told at, and each box contains, as much medicine, an! Osgood at Mofiits or Biandraths 25 cent, boxe. Tin's reduction is made to correspond with' the present lo-v pressure times, and bring (he medicine within the reach otevery family. ' AS these pint have been sold for a number ofyearsinlhe Wettein tilafetthey heed nothing said fn the form of an advertisement In recnm: mend (hem aa there are living wiln'Stes nearly every where to testifiv that thev are the belt Yamilv Medicine. r.ow before the public. We say to all who are'not'ivell buy these pill's for they are safe tinder till f ircutnslances' anil conditions of life, atjilier never debilitate or weaken but strengthen the whole system. For sale in New Philadelphia by. . : , ., , .CflAPlO A ROBY. . ; Alto in all the principal towns ihreugboul th ,. . . . ..-V -, ,.t 305 ,.: LOST OR STOLEN, TROH Uie aubscriber on or about the 20th day of February, 1844. two nolet of hand drawn by Cbarus Hasas, payable lo the underalgned one of raid .netea , calla for two hundred dollara payable ill Septemlier 845 . The oilier calls for one hundred dollars, payable in September 1846. The dinwer of said notes and the public are hereby cautioned not to pufcltnae or pny UbeoC aald notes unlets presented by the underlined. . , CDNKAD BBEHMER, Feb. 26, 1844. . 7-3w , , CAUTION. Itf'Y wife Hanxab Batnuran has left my bed - and board, without any cause or provocaton. The public are cau tloned not to tiust or harbor said Hannah on my account, at t am determined nor pay any debts of her contracting, to long tt tin continues ahaent from her home and family. The aaid Hannah la hereby Informed that if aha will return home, alie will ba kindly received and provided Tor by her hnatnndi CONRAD BREHMER Feb. 26, 1844. 1 : 7 3w BlaclisMithiitg. THE subscriber would respectfully inform the citizens 01 lord lownilup and vicinity thai he has commenced the above business in all its various branches. Wagons. Biigeiea, and vehicles of all descriptions ironed on Ihe shortest notice, and most reasonable terms. -' Eat Tools ol all kinds made in the most substantial manner and warranlrd good including cooper t adzes, drawing knives, broad axea. tfeo., ' .j . ... y. 1 S75hob at Franrea Garnet on Slone Creel. Road 5 miles from New Philadelphia. . . ' ' '" '. u.. . 1... n mil, ,li,:l . i.'1' .unvemsar z, iota. ., ly .i ..." , ?0IIN Tft ' HERRIfMAN.., . , CLOVER SEED, , . , A few bushels of clean clover teed fnr sale bv u . , - . ; ; 'JOHN P CHAPlN, New Philadelphia; Feb. 27 1844, 7 ly Oait, Com and Hay will ba taken in cay men! ior Law None ft W. BELDEN BROTHER, ' ATTonSEYS AT LAW. -r " 1 drr.CE-OppositetlieClerk't dffic, NewPhUadelpbJa r-' ' ' Tuscarawas comity, Ohio " Mktmr. '"f" ' v" " '' JOHN D. CUMMINS, ATtOUNEY -Jc COU&EtLQU j J ". gtnd Slicltr io. Chafttirj, ' jiirici mkovev fr'onitha oauc Briisito to thNtw Btrtiotaa fronting the public tqiiBre, near lha eourtliOHee ad Imuiediaiely eaal f Mr Bower hotel..' AM tratinee eiurueled to my car. In Tutcarawaa, Uoliner, Coahocton, Uariiton Carroll, or Wayrie county, will be promptly attended to. A New Phirit.JUIy lli42j 71. ''- ' HA KTMA.V if STARKWEATHER, - Attorneys and. counsellori at Law , i , '" . , ',.'". -, . : ': . ' ' SOLiCITPR 9 IN CHANCERY, : ' All butineat entrusted to tbelr care will meet wltb prompt attention, f ". ' . '." v . a d tirricc M the popiio .lioiLDiaGSj At ont occupied by '- . ''.' '- pit county trtasnr. ' ' ' ;, ', . u WILLIAM MoCLKANw ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR - AT LAW, . : ; ' "" canal dover; ohio.' '.u Or net, ih Joaira W. Niwsoso'a aiw bdildiss I-: .-. orroeiTi as Pott Orrtta. ' IS, M. ATHERTON ATT Oil KEY AT LAW, '. and. Master Cvmmissioper in chancery. Office in the weet and of the frame building ocoupied by D, . --j 1 Judt's store on the PublirSqeare, " ' New Philadelphia, Tutcarawat couuty, Ohio. D. 1W. BBADSHAW, ATTORN KT AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, ; v ' : ' BOLIVAR? '. ' -" Tdscarawas Co., Ohio. Office with Dr. A. I. Bennett, " April 26,. 1843. 15!y. LC DAVIS, , ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, AND h SOLICITOR m CHANCERY, , , Will promptly attend to all Law bosiness entrosted to hit care. ilj Ultwe in iMewcomersiown, lutcaraw as County. Ohio, i ' - June 1&, 1843. ly ' ": ' '' 1- CABINET MAKING. -!' NEW FIRM. GRAHAM j CLOUSB, OULD respettfully inform their friends and the public generally.-that thev have commenced the above business in all its branches, on Factory Street, a few doors North of Welty & Hnjden'a. store,. CANAL DOVER. OHIO. . Where they are' prepared to make lo order all kinds 0. 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The cheapness ahir merit of a JJollai Peri bdical must be apparent, -'which issubf, " - I MORE STEEL ENGRAVINGS , - and hss more and belter ortgimir contributors than could but a short time since he claimed by the best' ' i . ! 1 'Three Dollar Magazines. tl! l- ! Contributions have appeared io the Wretlh ilia "past year from such Writer as ) 's ? H T Tuckerman, H S, I'aKerson M D. Prof. J H. Ingrahsm, . Reynell Ceate's MP- 9 H Beckett Rev. f 'A. Clinton. T Hall Welby. Geo Pia, A W Nancy,: A F Drink water, Jack Gaskatl, J Wheeler f H Duflee; M. F Waliace. Geo. Ltppard,:-. J T 8 Sullivan. Fratuiie Wharton, Mrs C Theresa Clark, Airs M Si. Ler n Loud, Mrs Lvdit J Piersorf, Mise Mary HoSvard.' Mari V Waita. Miirr B Wilson. Miss Rna Nawmnrl.' Thnmas G Spear, Chaa Hamilton, Mi Duaaime, ),M L BU coc". Edwin Honor, G F Everstl, A. A. filler t. ti, John U. Giller, J. II, Yernon, Chas Ueaumai'li':-: ; ' in addition to Ihe above to ihe above, wa have tecqiorJ lha editorial services of Rev C. W Dsxanr-i, ang anttf favorably known to lie reader of our best Periodical snd arrangement have been made fnt contributions ttv the Vols, for 184t, from Mrs L H SigourneyrMra Cf Orne, Mrs Jane E Lock Mrs E H Newhall J G Whiu leer Jtev. J Piprpont, W H Burloigh Erq. Itrv, E.' L Magoon. Betides articles from ibese well known tvri- ten), anonymous eouiributihris of superior merit appear in each number, making the contents (f the VV reith' equal if riot superior to any periodical in lha country- In addition to nur.S.eJ.ni?rari.rtgs monthly, wiled aro iiVen in no Dollar Lady's Magazine but the VVreath we shall Continue our ' ' , ' ' ' ' . '.. Beautifully colored Vtoirerkv "''""" (he most popular series of embellishment! ever issued,' an illustration peculiarly appropriate fur ihe Ladies, and widely sought after by all lovers oPllie beautiful.'' ':''' Language of Flowers. 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WAsmNGroNiAii .. 'HOVStL'-: The proprietor of the'Washingtoninh House woirW respectfully infoim his friends and ihe public in general, that he has opened the above houte in ihe town or UHRICHSVILLE, JUSCARAWA&COVNTY. tX for the accommodation nf trflvellert &c upon purs coll water principles.- Ho pains-will be spared to render saiislaciimi tu all who (nay f"voi hirp wjth a call, and hat hopes by strict attention' to business lo make the Waahp ingtoman House worlhv of snpport, Hia TAULE watt at all times be supplier with the best the country cap afford and hii S TABLE with plenty pf provendertajfii carefully atterrded,.' ". '' - -:: ' --"" .: ! : -.M.: R. HASKINS. Uhrihcswille, August,8,. 1843. ;. , , .. .,, it tf .: WM.! F.. NEELY, , : fJESPECTFULLY Informs hit frlcndtand the publis gan erallv. that he has opened a shon in the East room osT the Court Houe, formerly occupied at an office by J. Judy, esq., New Philadelphia, where he mtends to carry on the bus1 iness in Uie most approved style. h; :r COATS. VESTS. PANTALOONS. and all other articles In his line of business made in Iht most faahlonable style, or In n plain and suhstsnlial manner to tnit the farmers of the country, aud at prices te suit the hardness of the timet. .. .., ' CUTTING of all kinds done eh'the .hottest notice and most reasonable terms.' - i J ,vmv: '." - , The Latist Fi.HtDSt will be regularly, received, from th East: ' Cou ntry Produce will' be taken in payment of work. Hay 25,1843. ' ' ' 19 ly.' -1 ' BR ANDRETH'5 PILLS. Stewed by letters Patent of the United Slate$ Tsre kethod oF ratPAniNo the BBANDatTnui, Tiseta . .-. i 4 i I. jf ExTaaCTt.' "J 1 - ,; " J -; ' CAVEAT enteretf 9th 'or June', 1842 latent granted la ' IteAjrUuia Bmndretbi 20lh January 1843. ,t. , V. The extracts of wbicb Brandrcth't rrtls are eompaNd ai ... obtained by this patented process, without boiling' ot any ap " plication of "heat. The active principle efthelierba la tliuat -scured tliesarrtQtR.lt in; ttie Living Vegeiabl.. ' , ,':;, y..' . The public should be. cautious of medicines recommended la advertisements stolen from hie.'lh which the contemptible rob' ' bers steaetniy Innguagem4rely altering the name.' ' Time wi ' show the whole tale dectlyera lu their true light. ; , THE MEDICINE OF, T1E PEOPLE. jyBrandretli't f ills are the People's medicine, proved by' tnoetandt whodtlly recommend them to the afflicted.1 The Bbahdreth'i Pillt are growing every day more popularilieir virtues are extending their usefulnese. be tick of both sexes ' are dally deriving benefit from them No case of disease buti ' they can he used with advantage. B dies or hard lumps otw the tkin they ipcedlly care, to with erytlpelat, to with cougbra. and colds, to with eostlrenest, to- with cancar, ao with baa parched lipa anscankcr(ln the mouth. Let the alDieted.nst thai medicine, and they will And they require no other. ' ' L " ' gy8old at 25 eentt per box, with dlreuloh. . i -' , The only Agents for the ante of Dr, B, Qrandretli's Yegatit, . ble Universal Pills, in Tutcarawat county, are Chnplri ifi.it by. New Philadelphia, and Philip P. Latter, Sabdyvlllt. . t amy 23, 1842, - rj , ui . v FASBIONABLE TAILORING JOSEPH W. NEWBURO.woeld rtsneetfully inform his eld frlAtiria Diid III nrihtlr. In MAAarftl. lliat 1iAi-iu.Ib.iim l,n.t.AU bushiest In all ha various branchet.OD Paclory Etreet, Souih Bide, .where he may at all timet be found to attend to. all wdrk Intrnsted hlirf: tie flatters hliilcelf ll wtbe done oe da-.' rable, neat and faahlonable at Itcanbad'onein iheeountryi He intends at all times to keep In his employ good competent work-. men, and hit meant to receive the Fashion! Is amply ptevldtd. er. 'r.li.i uii'iJu.t.-' ' '.i ' i To accommodate his friends In the eountry, he wl tike neatv fy all Mffdt of country produce. i..J'J'.: ' U ; DoveiAug.9,184, wf:i,v. ..... -i THE aabscrlbei reapeclfiiMy Informs theeitiatns ef tnatv : Dover, New Philadelphia, and Iba county generally bat-He hat commenced the above Imsineta In' Panel Poyae Where be Intends carrying It on In all its. varlout brancbtav. . HEAP AWO. F.OQT., STQ-S?3 BUILDINO , BTONES: in short all dttcrlptlons effttonf- work made lo order, sf the belt material,' and Ik th aeaieal poaaiWe'tlyle.. ibop 'nn. Factory street, 'onsdoor.wett ft. Bllngluir and Bewer's 6boc and Leather store. I . 31 --- - i- :U.rmnmm:u. Devsr.Oct. St, 1843, 41 Jm subscription to I hit paper.