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the office of Senator for this district at
the ensuing election. Resolved ; That, in order to 6ecure the benefits of unanimity, we cordially invite, and solicit the co-operation of our fellow citizens throughout the dis trict ; and earnestly recommend the said David Chambers to their acceptance and confidence, as a gentleman of inte grity, ability, and unquestionable patri otic attachment to the republican rights and interests of our country* And we pledge ourselves, (with the concurrent approbation of our fellow citizens,) to support his election with our votes and interest. 5th. -Resolved ; That copies of these proceedings be printed, and distributed through the district, for the competent information of our fellow-citizens ; and that they be also printed in the Wheel ing Repository and the Monongalia Ga zette. 6th. Resolved; That Willi am M‘Kin ley, 1 homas Evans, Esq. and Robert Jamison, Esq. be a committee of cor respondence, to communicate with our distant lellow citizens in the necessary arrangements to promote the object of these resolutions. Signed by order and in behalf of the meeting. Moses Congleton, Chairman. A true copy. Test, W illiam IVTK in ley, Secretary. COPPER & TIN WARE. The Subscriber respectfully informs his friends, and the Public in general, that he has on hand, and intends to keep, a general assortment of STIITS and COPPER WARE, and TIN-WARE of a!l kinds, of the best qualitv, which he will sell by Wholesale and Retail, as low as they can be had this side of the mountains. He will give the highest prices for old Copper, Rrass, 81 Pewter. . JOHN DULTY. Wheeling, 1st March, 1808. 3m. DIRK—BOOKS] ” The person who borrowed a Dirk, with a tortoise shell handle, from the Subscriber, six or eight months ago, is requested to return the same immedi at' ly. I have also lent, to whom not recollected, two volumes of Goldsmith’s 11 >rld Displayed, Whoever has them AV 11 please to send them home, as the o her volumes arc worth little without D. CASSAT. Wheeling, March 1st, 1808. NOTICE. Any person desirous of engaging to build the Jail lor Ohio County, will please to deliver their propositions to the Subscriber any time between this date and the first day of March Court. It would be proper to deliver the propo sitions sealed. Alter opening and ex amining them, those not approved of will be destroyed. THOMAS EVANS, Comm’r. Wheeling, 2d March, 1808. Valuable Property for Sale. I WILL Lit four liundrtu acres of Land, mu ate on the hank of the Ohio river, on the upper fide of F.lhiug creek, in Ohio county, Virginia, known by the name of M inin’s Sta, tion—a great proportion of which is firft rate bottom, with a good Mill Seat, and a Ferry acrofs both the river and creek. There is alfo afquare log houfe, two ftories high, built laft iummer fora feriy houfe and tavern, and about -<>rty acres of cleared Land under good fence. AlCo, a Houfe & Lot in Steubenville, Ohio, on the corner of Market and High ft.ectP, op pofite to Doctor M‘Dowell’‘, and now occu* pied by Obadiah Jennings, Elq. Said houfe is pleafantly fvuated and well calculated for pub tic bufinefs. Abo, a Houfe and Lot in faid place adjoining Mr. Thomas Scott’s Tavern, and where I now live. This Houfe is well calculated for a Stoie and fmall family, I in poflTtfiion of complete and indifpu tabte tides for all the above mentioned pro P"r!y. Merchantable Flour or VVhificey will be taken in payment, in part or in whole, for any of the above property. ANDREW BELL. Steubenville, November 13, 1807. MEW CHEAP STORE, Wholesale and Retail. The Subscribers very respectfully in form the Public, that they have just re ceived by consignment, and opened for sale in the house of Mr. J. Cross in the town of Wheeling, a handsome as sortment of DRY GOODS, English Cloths,Velvets,Muslins, Flannels,cheap and handsome Calicoes, Perfumes for Ladies, and a variety of other articles suitable for the present and approaching seasons. Likewise all kinds of GROCERIES and LIQUORS, consisting of green Coffee, Chocolate, I.oaf Sugar, Ginger, Alspice, Pepper, Imperial, old and young hyson Teas, Muscadel Raisins, Almonds, Sweet Oil in flasks, best white grape Vinegar, Spa nish Segars, fee. 8cc. French Brandy 4th proof, best Holland Gin, Jamaica Spi rits; Port, Sherry, Lisbon, Malaga, and old Claret Wines, of the first quality. John Baptiste Francis Regnier. February 16th, 1808. M O N E r.. One of the Subscribers intends going to Philadelphia soou for. a supply of Goods. They therefore, expect that ; those indebted will make payment be fore the 20th of March next, and save further trouble. , EVANS & GRIFFITH. Wheeling February 24th, 1808. TICKETS In the Lottery authorized by the Le gislature of Pennsylvania, for the enr couragement of Useful Arts, For Sale at the Store of Thomas Evan#, and at the Printing-office, in Wheel ing, at 1 dollar and 25 cents each. The drawing of this Lottery will commence on the 23d day of February,_ • 1808. . CASH PRIZES. i Prize of io.oco Collars a ditto of £,oco j ditto of i,ooo to ditto of £co io ditto of aoo 40 ditto of ico loo ditto of jo aco ditto of , 20 500 ditto of 10 1000 ditto, to confifi of machines for open ing off call worded and open wrought woollen clothing into wool, valued at ico dollars each. Patent right included. 1000 to cor lift of rights for manufacturing ornamental mouldings for dwelling houfes and dipping, valued at 50 dollars each. Subject to a deduction of 15 per cent. This lottery will be drawn in Phil;* ! delphia, without delay, under the super fntendence of gentlemen appointed by the governor,to whom approved security has been given for the faithful drawing of the lottery agreeably to the scheme. The numbering for the wheel has been formed under the direction of Mr. James Uellers.-- The cash prizes will be paid at the bank in thirty days after the conclusion of the drawing* and the ma chines and composition rights delivered to order, on payment of the deduction as above*# All prizes must be demand/- , ed in one year after drawing, or they will be considered as forfeited after that time. .. Note. The purchaser or holder of e vt ry ticket,will be entitled to a valuable patent or right for manufacturing Sago, Starch, and if air Powder, from Pota toes, by a process entirely new, beside* a chance of the many valuable cash prizes.