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OHIO. DEMOCRAT, Hirer rmzjLDszf zxia, 02x0. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1844. THE NATIvfe AMERICAN frAilTY, B701 lata we hear- nothing from lb Fsderef Advo. eat about 'Niti" Americanism." Before iht elec tion it dilor wss much alarmed md loat many night' leap ia conjuring up tie with which to make hi tea dura believe the Democrat war Native Americana and advocated their morislrbus doctrines, tiul only he, but the leading whijs including our County Auditor rod the County, peilillingv lying , pamphlet uid, making speeches to the Gentians lu deceive' them ii.to the be liuf thai th Whig ware their true friends, and eppdsed to prosoriptive ductrive of ilia native. Many be lieved thea hypocrite and War thereby deceived, into the suppert of Federalism. - But what, i change ior th election not a word aa capea them. They are are all as dumb ss riyslers. Nuw why ia thial Do vou aa the hypocrisy ol the menl l' -not w will allow you.. Clay ie defeated, and defeated by the vote of adopted citizena in other Stair . who a w tha trick af Federalism. Since th defeat Daniel Web iter th great (Sod of Federalism haa coma out for the Native American and goi his might againat th adopt ad citizens. Hoi only that but 39 leading tlay papera have alto thrown off the nam of "Whig" and unfhrl' ad the native American flag.' They included tome of the leading Whig org-ina in Nw York, Albany, Boa- ton, Portland, Philadelphia. Baltimore, Cincinnati and other place. We bag of every adapted cititen to not these fact. - They are auch atrong proof of tha jdentity of Whigiim with naliveiim, that no adopted 0itizen if ha value hi right or tha intareat of, hi countrymen can longer upport that party. Whatl will you now go with t party who first deceived you, and then turn round ronnd gain ' Bd and would pa laws to forever oreveift toll from holding rffic of honor, and from the right of voting under 21 year ervitudel A man who will do that is unfit to jive in a free country. We hop on'r German Democrat wil' inform their whig countrymen of the facta, and ahow them whit th whig party leaden ire now at. Show them Webster' ipeeeh which w published wk be fote last 8how (hem the deceit of th Whig leader of Tuscarawas, and their alien! acquiescenee id ill the native movemannt tioitl What hypocrite th federalist! are in crying eu't the 'country'a ruined' because Polk is nlectadf Ilia not thecountry propered heretofore under Jefferon,Jackon and Van Burenf Yes. I it notproaperiog nowf Cer tainly. Well then, if the country flourished when there were but 13 nates if it afterward flourished and tha . people ware 'prosperous and happy,' when the were 26 State and thi fedenlietscroaking Ruin all the while, ia it not rcasonabl that when we annex. Taxae malting - 5 mora State, aiid drive the British from Oregon, mar king 3 more,' wiiri the productions of thai milliunaof acres, that w will advance to Wealth, and happiness, and tha blessings of fr' government! To argue other wise, you oiigfit a well sty that tha more a man earns, or become possessed othe more likely is he to star V. This is the fuller a I argument, tnd yet in the very breath they ery Ruin, the lina'vee also oppose receiving the million of wealth of 8 new States.' If thoy are sincere in this opposition, they are enemies of our country If kisiuccr and pljfyina the bai deceivers, thev are ene- taiea of mankind. . j. AN OHIOAN FOR POSTMASTER GENERA. Li ; W cut the following from one of our exchanges: . From the Pittsburg Daily.1 ; -. "The name of Bkiiti MxDiay, Esq. ha been pa- San of'ae a' suitable person to be Post Master General, .... - . . 1 . .. ... . t . . u.. ' . i ' I nn-der tho new administration. The appointmeul would mMt with. tho general approbation of th Demo oratio party in' Pennsylvania-she ia a geftfleiTtart welt known to the pariji in the United States haa been an efficient, politician, .and done much , to advance the aaose of eaual riiht and Democratic priooinlas. He ha all th requisite, qualification' fbr the effice he hi. honsst ajjd capable'." ' ' ' ' '. r Totb above we ay amen wifti all aur hearts. j6hio deserve to have on of her oilixaps in Mr. Polk a , ninet, and a mora deserving, upright or worthy ,njan -Cannot be found than Cofi. S. Mcdar. We thould hat to lose his' arVice' at this hid of tha Ohio Dem ocratic pr,M. etbei obiltnrj ndi'icd say, "our loika would ba bta and hi country' gain; . j " ' FEDERAL CROAKING. u If a federalist eome to you croaking about hard time and blue rtiinj juat tell . him that Unole Sato baa bought 8' farms inOregoft and Tssas, etch largo a the State of 6hto, on which ha intends tore! lh toons to raising cotton to eloth thW backs, and wheat to fill . their bellies, during these next four year's of Polk 'hard : times!' Oi l what gloriou time we shall have, f Ion tvto eat and wear,, but !ooS here 'yeu Bank ('windier ... .r t..i j l it , you've got to teori for it like honest men do. , The federal leaders cannot agree a to tha cause of their defeat. One aays ft Waa Teia.', another the Han't, atbirtf sajait was the eoalit'on of the whig with the riatives, wle a' fourth ay it was the "d-d dutch', dhd the National fntelligsncer it Wiahington, call tha oteat 'an acciuent." ' IT these corrupt men want to find tli'e trjie cause, lt lliem'' turn back and read whs, defeated' Johti Adam in 186uYel Jii or in' 1828. Federalism never Was' deroaled but for ona esuse since the formation of our Government. 't ., Accounts from Columbus, I ' ' ' represent that whigi feiihoutnumWare flocking therein the hob ofgdtting ' tftice from (hat Legislature. Eveii ToscaraWas aoon - afd there begging toke madedoor keeper at rewards for lervice rendered the party. ' There are dozen ofsirpli w (intifaf every' pely e ffice. ' It i these 'anen who cry ' out 'Ruin' whenever tha democracy ucoeed. "'We are r ill ruttied" because they can't get nfhV j ' 'f t '.t ' ' I" .r-' ,DROWNl.- ..v. v i n "Vornner was summnosa on last i niirtoay to vhbld an inaueal on' the bijifv of CoaaiLio Bon a res!. f dsht of Dovr tdwnship, fcuud in th Ohio Canal a abort diaUnca abov Dgver. Thd deceased bad been a1 t grocery the night of hj deal)! and becoming intoxi- cateol. stsrled homo on the birrrt bank" side side of the it. '.' l." ILilli-i'- .t- . jwiiwrs miHing iiiv wa,f ma, ,it.iiu mv vhiibi muf'IBM llHkumAfl tn !'- lliM IA lnka mmi& V,(tinl of the" jury "acctdenul death by drowning, " an they , might have ad'dad 'another awful warning; te tha intern- rWw,'..iU'-j' ' - OHIO LEGISLATURE. - ' ! The Legislature met on Monday; David Chamte- "of. ATaskingiira wa elected SaeakrTftt rt fSte,6 Cole Clerk- nd O. P. Stlrlger ol Stark, Sergeant k Art,laRl7rnl ihm tTnllaa I M ftollixrtiar A tl' Lewis Clctk-V. E. Van Meter Sergeant at Arm' jrec meaenae was nroan v nut uriivtre mi i ncaaaa1 N ; , TI.e Louiavilio Juurual Clas organ ia Kentucky ayr. 11 A number of friend who waited upon Mr. Clay few daya ditce to Wake known in result of th oiee. tion. war aoonhad Uiat be receive Uie new witk cheecfulneM aiatnet aaiotmtirigM pleasure. 'Ml rViendf, aio ne, - u woura o riaiouious ia nie iv r at um feel diMppomted-rhot l feelo ehkfly br you. an jbr ur eounU i a rejrsrds Biysslf, I am relieved from a load of anility. I have ever beea ready and wiMing to serve ear ooontrv. even with aif life, f dUssoed sv iams te U tutd ia tkt laU contest ktcMXie it seas snusm- m;My uUU jar, jtr ras fsxs we imun ! ana i am conieLed it Iktftet that I katt itek mtfftrttd by At in talUgeut and patriotism of tkt nation. Now, 1 bop to peud the remaiudar of my days in peace and quiet, " From thi it appean that Clay wa not only disappoint ed, but that airue the election h tliink tha maj inty of th people of lle United State are very i-norant and unpatriotic. Oh crack) But lie haa th consolation that ''ALL" th "intelligent" .nd ' pan-uric" Toted for him.' Oil erackey, (gain. Now whatan inaultdoes this broken down repudiated gambler give tn the fee men of our country. Bjcaiue you would not vote for n advocate of k.ngly government yon ere not intelli gent. Beoaureyou could not support a swindling bank and p'undering tariff and because you would not give million of acres of American lands in Texas and Ore goo to the British you are charged with a want uCpatri otitm. Bscauie your consciences would not let you vote for th garobler,' Blackleg, and duelliit, you are al' numb (cull, because you lose in th majesty of your might and hooted down the eorropl panderar of British money monger you are all called Jackasse. Verily, th mac who utters such ufi sentiments doubly deserves th overwhelming rabuk ho haa so lately received a, (he hands of the American people, - J ' ' But how stand1 the bet in the relation to th charge of ignorance ilung al the Democracy by tliia jaded and worn out federalist; . Let u turn to the census and sea By reference to that document, we find that the fifteen aisles whioh went for Polk contain a population of 10, 639,318,' In these 13 stitee there are 322,000 person, over 20 year of g who ca'ntiot read or write, or one In vry 313. In the 11 state that went for Clay the population is 6,251 ,7&. In thea tl states th number ofysars penon over 20 of age who cannot read or v. rite amount to 222 44l-or one for (very 210. I Nearly as mauy as are to he found in the 15 Polk 8ate. -. By thi w se where the' intelligence is. . The Clay tite have one out of every ,280 who .cannot read or write and tha Polk States only one for every 316. But again the 15 Polk states elected 170 Presidential Elea tor, taking the whole number who cannot read or write and we find that tfiere kra only 1896 for avert lec tor. In the 11 Clay elates thera areSUSfor evsrj elector. So ths rnost common mind can e what a falsa charge i mad again! th Democracy. In the great Stale of I Kentucky alone there ire over 40,000 whfte male a bove SOyear whocnno't read or write and we recollect aeeing a ahort ti ne line & report en Kentucky school, wherein the Clay superintendents spelled Jacob Jacup, Jeremiah Gerrymier, Ac Ac' A pretty stale of thing8 truly in t Stat that goes so atrong for ihi intelligent gam Dier. ( . , - f, If Patriotism consists opposing free Government in refusing to turn out and tight daring the last warin gi ving three cheers when the' British burnt Washington -on refusing to vote a dollar to clothe or food the army; in giving up our rightful territory to the tyrsnt England' in putting a freeman in the Penitentiary for proclaiming the principles of the Declaration of Independence; if all rills is patriotism, then are th Clay federal leader ds isrving of tha name, but God protect th, poople from aiich patriots. Ac C sample .of federal Patriotism wa give the following from the New Yoih Plebeian:'; LETTING IT COME OUT. Whitnell P Tanstall a leading whig in North Caro lina, at a baibejue recently given near Milton, a tha1 8iate'aid " . 'tfow, gentlemen, j am at'out to make a bolij asser tion It t in sii, and must out. I wish the Constitution of the fruited Stales was altered, and thi sV6rd. Presi dent,.., wffarever it occurs in that instrument slrickso out n'd tir word KING inserted in it placet " The uMiJlenChrQni' a Whig pper, speaking of this speech, thus glorifies it au'lhorf , speech, thus giorilte it author ,"Whig( of,tha old North, St.tel Remember the n.m of". Wllitn.ll F'. Tun.Ulll Ch.rUh jt with fondn... snd lively enthusiaam in your meatioryl Join n in returning him think for hraoobl dfnr of WHIG PRINCI PLES on Thursdsy, laat, for ho did vou good 1 In y our name tnd in ov nanw wt thank himl " Tbi f Whiggery in fullblooml Thia i FEDERAL ISM. It (howa that modern Wbiggery andjold f derf alimra ONli T&a sentiments of thi traitor Tuastal1 expreeae in a little" plainer ta'ngunge whit Abbot Law rence publicly uttered fe w year age-'(Tiis is the tetrit Uoternmtnt on the fact' of God's earth'.'' Tunalalland Lawrenc teak tha tridw of th leader of the whig pa-rt." ". ; :' '-T' j , y FEDERAL OPPRESSIUN. , ,, -, What the federalists would hsv done to oppress tha laboring olasses had' been elected, may be judged from ihS fallowing Insla'rlce of federal tyranny. If men will be auch tyrant wfihbut th reina of Government in their1 hands, wonld, hey not be the worsadeapota the more power thy have. Certainly. With a federal Free!, sident we vVeuld have lived a' reign of old John. Ad, amB tyrantty and" oppression. Gut thank" to the pso ph), tney , have repulsed the enemiea of free govern ment, and not those enem'di vent their ipit by op pressing those under their em ploy v Aeti tho follow ing for proof- , . -, -(.,- ' . 7, , - HERE WE HAVfi IT. Ona of four laborer who were turned out ol employ on. Wednesday, of lasi week, In a neighboring" menu- facturing tovin, nas ealiaof onf us and staled the fact. The laborer ire democrats the employer a' whig, From remark of hia agent, and thi circumstbneo at tending this ease w are assured tint these four me war discharged becauso they were democrala. About three weeks sine, tho proprislor of Ike manufaofbry laid down certiiq rules, which hi woitmen were told must bo obeyed, or they wnald be discjiargcd. One on the rule wa thai, if any workmen rolled alien-phi on my alley which te licensed by th whig selectmen, and on which no betting I allowes tha.1 they shall be dis charged; and furthar, tht it' any laborer, made remark, or laughed at th tula then laid dowfy they ihould on ihiiioeoant, be turned away. ' There' wa much dissst wfsctlon manifasted among tho who were called "Je tome'e Slave,'' lhat an amoeement which the beat men ( of th Iowa hava not objected to indulge jr ahoulj be tyrannically withheld from them Tha alley' wa law fully licanaadi no batting wa allowed' on it, and they thought their smp'.oyetW m tight lo dictate to lhem w'iib f e'gard'to amusement and laughing, after their days wprkwa fsirlyj' aecomnehed. Son of them rollej oa th iliay, aiteMheirjWerk wa finished, snst w learn an ef than langfcei onfev' i Ugly fellow whet right had he til "lghr.rT- lalor Uofhfaetdfanr demecraU Mr imhargtd four iayi hrfon the ebdiom " TWi r CLAY'3 LAST KICK,' 'teoe weeelieva wa, that rhet lulled, fr Uugned; ht. who doe not know .that ftfitia wrt at th bulla of K ma . .. - . . .. . J FaUow-eilnrand we soboiU the fact, and leavf hem to ymr judgaients. Can euob things be) jnstifiadt Areth; rigkO Cmnot t Inirr think, and brearbo, aos laugh, too, wifhool the fugutt permi-eioa of hi employer! If net, their rigble are few.-BartforaTimt Sri but. . I INFORMATION WANTED. I it a dot that III Directors of lb Ta. Co. Poor Rous have agresdto giv a.certaiu.Sieamer, five dol lars for every pauper that b kill tnd nothing for those that escape? ' ViU&Kiaii cw THE Subscriber haa JUST RECEIVED and is now oienins, A tAKUE AND SPLENDID AS- SvRTMtNT OF GOODS, in the store room lately oeouuied by John Coventry, eonilug ol'hlnck. blu black green, brewu, blue A IHI4.,BU'AU ULUlliS-alsu,. buttalo, pilot, tweed A willed CL.O IH3 blue, blacK ad mixed CASal MKRESj blmost ail color and qualiliea of Casinetly, hoik ribbed and plain. FLANNELS, red green and white; Drilling, Ticking, Uheetinii, and SliirtiiiKs, Aoro Chetcks, Calicoes, figu.ed end piaiu ALPAGGAS, dress, apron and ben net SILKd, Moaselinu rie Lams, Sohusan, blfick, ted-and green gist of Cambria, Book mull and Swiss Muxlins, Irish Linen, Isneo Lawn, Laoes. Edgings aud Inserting, Silk. Tabby and Printed VELVETS); Organade, Sea Island aud Manchester GINGHAMS; Ladie white aad black Cotton, black and blue black caetiinerand nb'd, woolen HOrfE, klaek ailk allpacca and mohair CK AVA 18, woolen plaid Shawls, Ladies' Gaiters, kid md buckskin Slipper, calf-skin and fum.elastio Buoln, um-Over-ehoes, men and youtb'a fine and course BOOTS A SHOES, fur. plush, knot seal cloth velvet and glasd Caps, Wall-paper and win dow: blinde, frcneh Cingham and cotton Umbrellas, A general assortment ot censistinc of Knives end f'oike. Hand saws, concave and common screw Augurs, Chisels, iron' and fitael (Squares, hand Axes, Hatchets and Hammers, trsce chains haymea tnd Harness mnuatini, Btiovels, apadea, uratn- seoope and manure rcrk, nail and utaaa. A general assortmect of QUEEN6WARE. Also, a large aaort ment of consisting in part of Coffee, Tea, loaf and brown SU GAR, TOBACCO, SPICKS, Ac. Also, splendid lot of SOLE LEATHER and Cotton Yarn, which will be old for cash iu hand, or approved produco only,ohap as my other place in this section ef the country, the whole having been purchased within the last four week in lh,eity ol New York at each prices. All who wish to purchase Good vary cheap Ibreash, era repctfu invited to call and examine my ator k whioh it entirely new ud of the latest style. 1 ' JAMES W. ENGLISH. I New Philad'a, JVov. S3, 1841. - -. . :., -(- k- 'I.- ' i JUST RECEIVED A Tew eases of RUSSIA AND TV HATS,:.ni for ante bv JAMES W. EMGLISH. JAMES W. EUGLISH. New Phile. Dee. 4th 1844. i3 AT my inddnee n (itichment was thi dsy issued by DurskT WiUu J.wtiri of tho Peace of Salem township Tucarwi C uniy, O.,, tgainst the pioperly and effect oi" Jnaeph Braaihsll a non-residsnt of said county - Dated this 98th day of November In tha year A. D., 1844. $ 47 4 w ' ' '. KNISEl.Y. i ii TiJ. i .' -A LL persons indebted l m for fee a Clerk nf the rjupreme or Court oi Commnn Plea ere requested to make immediate payment to the present Clerk or my self a no further indulgence can be given, and if not. paid by the firal ofjanuary next, Execution will be issu ed in every esse in whii h I have foea, without distinc tion of pareon. Attend to tfcfs nolle ind cheat th Sher iff of hi fvi. , v : ; , " JAM IS W ENGLISH. Nov. 44th, 1844. " ' : . 4w Philip aVliirphv Adm'r, I rVUHUfi. ia horkbyg vi'n f 1 1 that on MnnriSv the SAth' of Abraham Vanoatran rinv nf Deremfjer A. I). '1844 between the hour of 10 o' James Vanoatran l al, clock A. M snd 4 o'clock P., M. I will (ell it nub lie i ooor oi tne v,ourt nous. 1Bew ' '!' J":'''":" TV ?hi0', !?,owi? uction al the door ofthe Court Hone inNew Phils-. da. cribd Real Estate ta wit. Lot numberedthirtv-aix (36Y in th first (I) section of township seven 7 and rang, three (I) of the Unilad Statee Military district in Tus. carawas county Ubio ottered fur sale at Zanesvlll Ohio and estimated to eoalain on hundred acrssj Trma of aal will be mad known ort the day of nl, PHILIP MURPHY. ', ' ' ' " ' Adm'r aforesaid. , Not. 87. 1844.- .4w,,-.. .. . -.. , A DM1N ATOR'S NOTICE, . lVOTICE ia herebd.giyon that the cuhacriber hae i been appointed administrator of the estate of Ji Crt Badkik deceased. All persona being indebted to (aid estaie (re requested to mk immediate payfTient, and those having claim o preient theni legally proven within on tear from this date. . ; PHILIP MILLER. Adm'r. NoTemheaJI, tS44.4r t. .v. ' . , , . EXEUUTOK 8 BALE. THEindersianed will offer at Public Ba'e on 8at urdajths 23d rley of November A. 0. I844 Be tween the hour nf f8 o'clock M. arfd 4 o'clock P. M., in the town of Nnwcumberland; Ttrscaravva county, Lotnumbered fl in the (own ef New yhiUdelphia, and Lit numbered 32 ln thlj villsge of Nhw Cumber land being the prnpeity of Philip Suiter, Into of War ren Township dee'd. Term will be made known on tho day of sale, by -:. . : .. ' - - . I. s. LA TP1N, Executor. Ort. 24ih, A. D. 1844. 49 t ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE, NOTICE is hereby given, that the subscriber2 ha been. appointed AdntinistRa'or f the- estate of CHRISTOPHER W. W1SSELMAN, daceand. Ail persons being indebted to Ih id suta'e are requested to make, immedisl pnvmenlj.snd rlhnso hjtV'Pa l(iims, lo present them legally proven, within one year from this Jala.' ' ..! i ' GEORGE BUGHER1 ,. f f - A V ... "AHiainintriiliir. Nov, 7th.- lfi44.-43-4w . , ROAU iNOTICB. . . . . . .rpHERli Will hp k petition presented I the enrnmts- , JL noner ol I uscarawa county at tneir next Decem ber session prying,for analteratioa in tho county road learfina from Steward Uvem tn Gnidenhattn' nid al terajion to commenci at Ih eo'mtheiicatnknt nf said mad al oie wait laver.ni ihenrd wifh th Coshocton riadto neat Anthony Aaher'i Darni lliencd to intosiect th afore (aid 'Gnadenhutteii rod t or ner the i School heiis in Diltricl Number two of Wnxhingtnn town ahir if,1 . .... M. j PETm'INER. Not. let, IS44.'.,, . . ., . 4y... ! .7 A DJAfNlSTtiATbRS' SoTIck "-T TVTOTICB! Is her-by . Slven, . that the awhserihsr has P bean P(imrred Adifl'miaTiitdir.6' (hat Ostltie of iWILLJAIH Ktlf deceased , All perann brw( m dnbttd to said vs'jntr ita reqiiestsd to riialte ia mediate payment, andi thnws hsvio eTm,', lu preseat thm legally nrovin. wiQiin onVMir fn rrt (his Hate. " i i . i v- . 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If will abound In Interesting Talee and Anecdotes j containing just and Independent criticism; eeoerging folly J and , exieiung meriireca pa?'i - c.-icj ,ums THE EMBELLISHMENTS Will bb engraved in in unsurpassed sty Is,, and to giv them (lie jjroi'tetf (fleet tho paper will be of I fine qual ity, aud th typo) clear and, uniform; so (hat the Nsw World (hall ba fully equal, if not superior to lb beauti ful pictorial sheets of Loudon and Paris. To euro up everything the New World (hall excel it former character io;every respect (and. preaent the moat indisputable claims to. ba celled th qosj bl utoriaimng and agreeable, and from ue sijl auoj con tent the ' ; !- ..-., , . ., . ; ' Cheapest Family Newspaper, j ,. . - f in the United Slit. ' To editor wht le lime-win be devoted lo it and no pan or expen will bd (pared lo cart out the design of the proprietor. f .,. r ,y Term of SuLscription. , tit iit Three capie tor five dollar piyubl lway'rrct-: ' m 00i,n? '""'''. ""..'.. . I 'i"8- Nu 1uw, B0, P"ld-,ra. ike -Poal office. I'oatmasicns ,and. others,' acting as agents and remit ing for five subacribera ahull receive the sixth copy gratis Addres. ' .'1 . , . , . JAMES W. JUDD, Sueceasor to J. Winchester A Co, 30 Aon 8u, N- Y. BB ANDRETH'S FILLS. Secured by Letters Patent of .tha United Slates, , . . - r(.- , . ' . ; :. - I THE BRAKDBETFia PILL8, as a general family m'edW cine, specially in a country so subject to sudden chan ges of temperature aa this, their value ia Incalculable, By having the Brandrelh's Fills always on band, should a sadden; attack of slckness.taka place, they can be given at onceiaud will often have affected a cure berate Uie physician could have arrbwd.-' ' f ' ' '" ., ia eholie, and (n Inflnmation of the bowels, tliese pills ial at once relieve, and perseverence In their oss, according lo the directions, will surely do all tbat medicine can do to restore Uw.befLth.ofbaw'l'v.. - ' ,jf . In iieeasea ajlsing from 'tbe'nrtwf -meretiry, o'rfronr any eauM.gir vitiation, from had blood or otherwise, Jtheir Use will produce the most happy results In all attacks of Rheumatism Rryslpelaa, Bait Rheum, and m all cases ef chronic or recent Cnrliveness, the use of the Brandreth Pilla will le prednctiva of Infinite service sometimes eecaalonlnt so great a change for the-better aa to cause great thankfulness. ... ' In oil ease of Indlgssiioa, Worms; Astbma,' tjseases of th Heart, and la all affections ef the Stomach and bowels, the Brandreth Pills wilt be found a nevcrralliiis remedy- To rnsnre tbe full benefit ofttiess ceiebraied pills, they should as kept In the bouse, so that upon the first eommetieemeni of sickness they may beat one resorted to; Oh Sate then is bettor thai a doeen after tbe disease bss become esKbushed la tlisiysiefn.n t ' S , v i ,, i ' the Brandreth Pills er purely vegetable.'snd sa .iinTocent (bat th iofant ef a mentb eld' may us tbeot If required, net only wltb safsty but with a certainty of receiving ah tbe be befit medicine le eapabl ef hnparUng. FmisIss majr as Ihsm oWia ail tb srltlcal period ef t.slr lives. Tbe Brsndrsib Pills will Insere Uisir bealtn, and' produce regularly tn all the Ainetiens of lift, , "' B earelal of eadbrerfslt Pillil 'How t avoid tnbH -ii .wa, s- lto,l,eBCURITY. t ;! .,i;'u Each Agsnt' who. sella the gsnuln Braadreth Mils has CaaTiriOATs or -Agency, wtiklr baa beea snravsd at a vast expense. It representee manufaetbry ht Slag' Blrig. an lb banks oUbs Hudson river, and Is signed by r. Rjasdrath, and bb) seal stamped apon the paper. 1 ',! N. 1 IBDUIITT. - Above alt observe 4e label bpbn lb boss. - Kish x"f th genuine rni( nas now thhbb labelh upM lu -Th top and U bottom -libs! containing upwards of NIVBTHOlf SAND LETTEReTin RED I.tK. The Words BENJASttft BRiANDRETH't PILLB being printed over l' ho'nd'Sd times nnea th two ktbsls. ,r- yiy i Tb shore Justly eslsbsated Tills can b srocursd at lbs Store of John F- Chapin, NewPliliadelpiihi, he being Ui nb authorised agent or Tuscarawas county Ohio. , t August SS, le-W. W i . . . NEW CLOCK ND- WATCH ESTABIHMEKT. , . 4 i J. 8HURLEY ' . -. ! eLOCK and jWatch matter, Sivrrsmith bnd Jew eller, having permanently located himself in " ! NEW PHILADELPHIA, . . r M , wishe fdspeatfullv to inform 4k oitiMnanf Titsear was county and the publio generally lhat he bos upnd a al.op fn the, above business in- ail its tniMHils bratiolibs next papr tiau. li'pinf ia yarn anu niiiea by, rrt-t stlention and assiduity to merit jhti'r piiiroiirtjre j. having . been in the abiive busineks fur upvVairii of 26 .years flunks himself lbe n'uableS tn give salitfsoiion to ill loose who may thlliR proper to uust their work Jo hia ears... . .' 1 '! !.'. V f..'':i 't , Chronometer, Uuplex nortznntalTatnriild detaeh- ed Laser;, lupine, Independent Seconds, Repelling Muiica( yValcbeeao Musical tinuff Boxes, earelbMy cleaned and repaired. ' Silver plate and jewelry earefq ly repaired with neatna and dtspatcli,, Turreltaod foreign rlockeof vry dtseripiton clesned and repaired rjrt.fEuWU Admmisirstor of thoeetateief ehrft topher W. WculXmju. desessed , will offer, at pubho vondue,. on Homiay th Snd dsvof December next, at i iwirtW,,. i YorW tovaaship, ix jnife south wwttif Npit Priilarielphia, th fvilowuif arso .pwiy .w win ,rs fna.urs weROW, a SHiE, waKB.la hoab,)x (yfol rf religious ind medical' boiiks, sera of which', ar Geraaan. i Also f boot tonb.' several tuita p( clothing uiplnd; lanra, erveral d iTepes idea ai'd a f real number 'of. article tie trdiiyua inaart;ahj to commence It ten lok b aaid itj tvha tariM of' Will kd madsr knnwa b :.-':. THE C 0 LU 3 ia: 1 1.: AG az e: ; v i' : pnbbTUd PC' THB BBCOMO JIA, ' ' At the ale of bieod otes, e aMsssli. Hsviwf . aseaaajnuiaacedenMiofrstof 4Miunry. 1844 M puhlwUr lied liMetr Irresistibly cslled on to 1oreirei H e ptil.de Uoa atid gratitude winivnwa " "n - liant adit nexmpled satcess llt. ) aiw.Hded ti vadeair ors M win the penile ravori noiwnimmnaiHa disppoliitnini, and vexation that ibiHvillr 4oUbw lheetsllssliuiesitof sew periodical, tw If aidcii jf -which tnen ssirst be sir baraianieus is eperaUoa of. easy . j . J ImJ. (MXMdkiUt SllOTI- ugv partbcalinr lM plowrml (Wi-nrum'hi. wmcn jm ear ordHlgei.e eouia avert, ano iw wcnuu.' ..... j. Columbian aiaiaxina baa gone ea Meaaliv u,cn.ing in pof u , terity aad sapport front tbe Best ouu.Uer, ano " n onwugn, uneeliciied tesiMaony oi tee pre may M received "mb tn waved b uirllal'.tt nd anblassed by f rtnudsUp, U edr it , ofcontrlbutoraaad editor have bee nii.rlory ur lb pub. lie and aeeepted as reiltlHng tti premises eAade lor tbeiN at toeeoniineneemenoof tbeeorerprlsa,- jg-'..'ri Jrv " , - Tne publisher undertook Uie werk, wnh the nrm ronvie tlon that tb ret city f New York wns the best and flue ho.ue for a nmiaaina of general lileralurb that notwll,. staudiHgtlie failure of many jirevleuedU'emV" to esrbllsb audi a work, there top Id lie n iMposnlbimy of soceesr witll sutncleut capitalj perseverance-, ned Hie right sysiem of iimiV aiuent -botir by pubusliar and editor.: stimuUted I by. Huh ceavletian, lie embarked in tlie enterprise, and Oi '', of ilm Br.t vr lias proved that his JediiiientWoe forfeet' ; , It has long, ceased to be necessary' or rearont'M " should sieak ofthe Coliimbiau as an expei imetH.- t all evcuta, il i. now an axperiirrent snlattenttally HrtedJ Wo fl onrsetves apon aaflrm-i basis as any similar Jocrnal lu , the world, Our principal cares sow, regard no loioeb Uio scurlug what ground we have gnlned (tor we poustder thi uilicleiitly securej aa tha esteiwion of our sphere of action and hilllty-i-uot ta nlueh, jrvenij tbe -mere ntargemenbof , our sulMerlpllon list, Ibe uiost sultalrie mode of calering for Uie amusement land Shan w say occasloiially tor the. profit 7) of out subscribers In h -present 'wd'tbet.lniidwi tit many wlioui We have, and tlie-many ie aliall un doubtedly navels liwefolla av .f VW'f ex'r A ' We have made arrangement which wllnahle ne to pre sent ottr friends- wilb embelllsluueots o( very eeperiir lasts, style and aiitsh, 1bJiI respect It Is our Arm pur;iose to out vie. If possible, allcowpcthion,. Our iinsVe'anit engravings,' we eonfideully believe, wUI not be equalled verjr eertalnlr they shall not be aurpassedin real mrtt by tliove Of any otm' annaiaslne,' We propose I glveleuelr nronlh twd tir-moi superb engravings, lfldeiebdenlly of tivo pages f music by Uie most smineiit composers, and phiteof a'uUientle lasliionas t Regarding tbe literary an editorial eondaetof he .Volmn blaa, the publisher doe not feel ealled- upn to say jnpre than a lew words. Tbe general management of Ihie Jepart ment U, aa beretofcre, entrusted to a gentleman possessing every qaaitAcaUoa for the task, and who basglven abundant evideace, not only of we ntgnegi aniury . io puv ronn torleus mnisilne; but of the ability to put Torth a '.mngaalne exactly adapted to tke taste of ear readsj-s -The publish; therefore, baaeveiy confidence that what lias beea done for be literary vslue ef bis foiraal will b dene again.' We are perfectly willing that our future hi litis respect s hoa'ld be es timated by eurpast. The subjoined list of those who have furnished articles for the Columbian during th by-gone year, will satisfy w fsl assured, the most taetldjoes, that we are resslutstospare.'ln'bo particolar.lllier exertion fr eifenre-j Mrs B H fligourhey, irsi rttrklsnd; Mr Ajnn 8 Stephen, atrsF SOnod,Mra E O Bmlth, Mrs E C Mnwatt Mrs B K Ellett, lire M Bt'Uon Lend, Mr JamSs O Brooks, Mrs Janta. Hall, Mrs 11, B Hunt, Mrs H UghtrHpe, MrsC H Burter. Mr KC RmburyvMr Ury. Mr E R Bleebai !' M A Ervma. Mr Mary LUwaotK M4 Clman, Mia. Isabella ioly. Miss MarVba Kussell, Miss Einllv 'CChnlbutk, Miss Lonur, MBrsuusr, Mis Fdnny Forester,' Ml .M f) Oolncy, Aatho of "Bummer Frolicking" J K Paulding, Wa C Bryant, fit Greene Helleok, E A Poe, John Neal. Henry. W Herbert, HI Bartlngs Weld, Psrk Benjanmla William Cox. O W Kendall,' Henry 8 Schoolcraft,- T 8 Arthur. H V Orattan Th "author ot, th widow orBrushem" HT Tucker anm Jtnes P. Oils Hobt. L Wads, Baml D Patterson Edw. 8 Gord,eba.pmith C. Pen no Hoffman, Tbso' 8 Fay; Rev. F C Woodwoih," tMiahl MeLeod, Wm H Willis, Walter VVhltinae, Isaac F Bbepliard. T B Read, Wm Omad Beurne.'RIch F. White. Henrr A Cldrk O Wilklns Elm), B I Porter B Firmly Bemlltea Myers, MjO Hill, M B Wilson. Joseph Booghton, C McLaejilan. Wm Hae sell it, Tbeaboi ofj-T'ese" Doings," A at Ida Jr. Owo O Waren, Auguslu Biiodgrasa, J T UeaBley, F L Hagadom, B' P Ilirat. ' m i, i .i ; ; , ' . . .With tbe aid of tbnsCctntrlbutonrtof whom It h aeedlese to sa one word In tb way of eommendallon)ad ot numer ons llheit perhaps equally merllcrloua If less eelebratld, who tlkve promised ns their support, w flatter ersalvketthat aa a literary work, the Uolumhlan need be under no, apprebea lloKOf being excelledj l - '; ' ,v,. '.;', But what we have dahe ia already before tbe poMic;who wilt not fail to Judge us with Impartiality; and in resdvel lo what we iniend,lo do, U will bo both wiser and niorC bceom lug although fees fashionable) not lo bonst We tmf. M per-' mitted re assura eut.frends In brief.-however that ero' have matured nuroeroue plate (foMli Third Totui)'wKh wiitcli we feej eoaSdent tlrey will ba pleaaed,. It la our purpose inj put forth every energy nit, ft will be rm fault ef ear ewn If the Columhian shall aot be reund aMeastequsI lo any maga line, of any -class or prlee In. America.' 'Dealer in Periodicals throughout' the U.;Statea and tbe Canadaa, who wish to become agents for the'Oolum hian Magexina win pfeoso apply. te pabMsher Imaiediaielyi The usual discount will be made to them-. .1 irvEditr vfho'.wlll Insert this nrospecto entire, and seail a copy aia'rkel iad 'addrnssed to the Colambinai Hagaalae,' aball have ocpy Mat to them for on fear. ,.v , 4 wj ' ) . .y jig.TBBMBr :.:. ( One eonv one vear In advance. One copy two yearn " ' fi Two copie on year,' "' ' 4i'i-'i ' Fiv - do Eight 0' Elevea do do do IS Ml SO Aaare. wm naia.. . . ... j . . . v -.,I8RAEI. POST.'S Astor nbtHe.T , tin; copper and hebt iron" , , TFACTOKYr l: -VOHft REX respectfully Informs th public lhat h has opened a Shop ia the new building, opprtile B. Mit-Lis i-annery, in caikai. ouvkk, tor me purpose ot manviaet turlng all kinds f . . .. . . - COPPER, UN .d SHEET IRON WARE, i, of ' which b. will alwaya. keep an assortment conahthtlyj aa band and sell for CASH, or exebanae for Country nWnre", aa iow aa any other 'eatablbihmeiit west' of (lie Ohio liver.1 Call; see, and examine before purchasing eiiewnere. JOB WORK done In the best manner, on lb short 're- tic nd mosf rensoashle terms." ;" !" ' "' (ty Otb Pawvaa t; Cowaa- taken in sicharig ror-waia CanaJ Dover.June 4v 1844, v ,, , H; SUy. w UlTEriSH, o band and for sale bir REDFIELO A o. PhrieHsvilla, Pepteasbor 8, 1844. , . . , CASH paid tor QATS t oufHtrrr in HhrriWirle. : ' ' ' ' KEOFICLD Co. ' Pnnlcmhnr fr lARdlv :. ' -s -.tit -- ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE , NOTICE It hereby givon,' ihat'the) siihiiifrindrl have been annomted AdmiiiiHttniofa of ihe' eslirfeof JOHN EX LIN E, deceased. A U 'nrrtona being tmlehie.l tessid estate arevptjuestfd lo make imwiedial pajmeni. and lhw(b KavrngjrUirhv lo present lUem legally H'oyeu, within one ear Irom tiiisoate. t - .. ,..- , c t- h,i.a LA I. ion, -" yyr-t GEOUGE BPEAKEH. " Adminwuator. No. Th. mL4M.-', i-Mrf!";- AOmNISTRATOJtSl NOTICE,-, , I - - . " r f. , NOTICE, is hereby liven, that Ihe lubsoiiheffha 'hi-en . tniled Administrator -aif fho psintc of DANIEL ; CROS ; LAFATETTE'' CR088,-antl ARTELISSA CROS8, decesaerl,' All pwraotre hng indahiod to aaid slsre'br reoneftett to make trmnMlaio navmani and those havinr claims.'' to D resent' theni log'allj provan. within bne jei'r from thi dun. '' . ;, ' HANNAH CR08S!' i AJmtOMrtrairiT. , Hr" " 1 ADMINISTRATORS' NOTrCfL i . NOTICE t hrby tiven.J lhat thb, subscriber fine beert (ppoinlsd Administrator of .'the etb nf iOHN O. COREY. aWeased. AM pemona being in- ll,tfcl S mmiA'kmAmt mim fvntmdnufan.-Vnabarffnmrfliatfl paymenr,' ana those Ttrvrnysnaiirn, ffw,i..nifni tegally provn, Within 64 Jeirr'ftnm fijsjlflle.' ' I -. icntuv .) j. i. .,. .duooyi .ajt.iit rh,.,, "4t vi ,! !' v.i-,v J ' ( ,i Aiinitiis'ratnf,. NAJ lb r tftii l v- .' -. . ' -, New! Totki' Niivamhsjr W, fV4 f3 75mj , j" .ewUileliitii" paoymlir . i,W(r fa tttS Caral Oliver, Decrffctiei WHeat .66 rt.