Wooster Journal, Abstracts 1836-1837

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Wooster Journal and Democratic Times May 12, 1836 The partnership heretofore existing under the name of Hock and Hartman, is hereby dissolved by consent of Hock and Hartman. Ad placed April 5, 1836. The partnership heretofore existing between Drs. H and SN Bissell, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. Dr. SN Bissell is authorized to collect and settle accounts of the concern of H Bissell and Dr. SN Bissell. Those indebted to the late firm of H and SN Bissell are requested to make immediate payment. Dr. SN Bissell takes opportunity to inform the public in general that he continues the practice of medicine, physic and surgery and will attend all calls on corner of South and Market Streets, opposite the Eagle House. Apprentice wanted. Would like a boy, 15-16 years of age to apprentice immediately in the printing business at the office of DN Sprague. The undersigned informs the public that he has taken that well known tavern, Eagle House, lately kept by Mr. Henry, situated on S Market Street in Wooster, John Randolph. Dr. E Thomson has his professional offices for citizens of Wooster at Mrs. Thomson drug store, one door east of Jr. Jacobs store. Firm and cheap goods. The subscribers respectfully inform the public that they have purchased the entire stock of the firm of H and SN Bissell located one door east of John Walters tavern on Liberty Street. The stock consists of dry goods, groceries, 500 pairs of shoes, hardware, china, queens ware, and glassware. VC and JC Smith. Wm Childs respectfully informs his customers that he has just received at his store opposite the Bank of Wooster, from the cities of Philadelphia and New York, a large and beautiful assortment of new goods consisting of dry goods, groceries, hardware, china, glassware, drugs, paints, dye stuffs, leghorn strap, sole and upper leather, wool hats and caps. White fish and pickerel at JS Johnson and Co.. Cyrus Spink has just received at his store a few doors east of the courthouse and opposite Wm McComb and Co. store, a new and splendid assortment of new goods. Also for sale - Clarks Family Medicine. Mrs. H Brown will open a school in the German meeting house for instruction of young ladies to be taught reading, writing and orthography at 2.50 per quarter in addition to geography, English grammar, history, natural philosophy and needle work at 3. It will commence Monday, April 11, 1836. New goods. The subscribers have just received from Philadelphia, their fall and winter supply of merchandise. Call and see NB #4. Church McConahay and Co.. Ad placed Oct. 12, 1835. Law partnership. Levi Cox and Willy S Silleman have formed a partnership for the purpose of practicing law in counties of Wayne and Medina. They will attend promptly to all calls in Wooster in office heretofore occupied by L. Cox. 500 lbs. of Bristles wanted by Christian Yordy on S Market Street, 2 doors south of the Eagle House. Tin and sheet iron ware at C and H Howard, as well as stove pipe, kettles, copper and tin kettles.

Dissolution of the company partnership existing between the firm of Cutter, Crawford and Co. is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All those indebted to the said firm are requested to make payment to Crawford and Crites. AD Cutter, RL Crawford and J Crites. The business is now conducted under firm of Crawford and Crites at the former store one door east of Thomas Culbertson store and 2 doors east of John Walters tavern. Crawford and Crites, NB #3. Wooster Wheat Market. The subscriber wishes to purchase 5000 bushels of good merchandise wheat delivered to him at Wooster or Massillon. Call at the office of JW Schuckers or at the boarding house. Hezekiah Pancoast. Thomas Williams respectfully informs the public that he has just received a supply of fancy goods at his grocery store, one door south of Union Hall. Fresh and salt oysters available.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times May 19, 1836 Charles Schuyler; Wooster Wheat Market; dissolution of Cutter, Crawford and Crites; ad for tin and sheet ironware C and H Howard. Law partnership of Levi Cox and William Silliman. 500 lbs. of bristles wanted by Christian Yordy. John Croll, tailor of Wooster, respectfully informs tailors that he has been appointed agent for Scott and Perkins of New York. The subscriber has moved to the building one door south of S Bentley store, where he will be happy to attend to all calls in his business. Millinery and mantan making. Miss MR Tower informs the public that she has commenced the above in office one door west of Dr. SF Day office. Dr. E Thomson offers his professional services to the citizens of Wooster. His office at Mrs. Thomson drug store, one door west of Mr. Jacob store. Dr. NS Bissell continues in the corner of South and S Market Streets, directly opposite the Eagle House. Union Hall, S Market Street. The subscriber respectfully informs the public that he has opened a house of entertainment in new brick building opposite the store of ND Row on S Market Street in Wooster. He pledges to accommodate travelers in such a manner that will give satisfaction. He has sufficient stabling to accommodate a large number of horses- George Beechler. Stoves and hollow ware. Ten plate stoves and 3 tons of hollow ware just received for sale by JP Coulter. Cyrus Spink; dissolution of H and SN Bissell; also following ad for Eagle House- On S Market Street, the undersign respectfully informs the public that he has taken the well known tavern stand lately kept by Mr. Henry Lehman. For a long experience in the business and a determination, his table shall afford sufficient the choicest luxuries of the season- John Randolph. Ad for Wm Childs.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times May 26, 1836 Drs. N and SH Bissell; Dr. E Thomson; Miss NR Tower for millinery goods at Union Hall; 500 lbs of bristles wanted by Christian Yordy; John Croll tailor ad; Church McConahay and Co,; Levi Cox and William Silliman; C and H Howard; dissolution of Cutter, Crawford and Crites; ad for groceries at Thomas William. For sale by L Sprague- a first rate cow with a calf at her side. Notice is hereby given to all who are indebted to me for a longer period than 6 months, that they must absolutely come and settle their accounts immediately, John Hess. Ads for : [[Eagle House, Wm Childs store, JP Coulter.

M Culbertson respectfully informs people that borrowed two tons of clover hay off his stable in his absence together with lane, saddle and bridle, that he now stands in need of them. If it is inconvenient to return the hay, he would be thankful for the other articles. If this notice is not attended to, you may expect to find him unwilling again.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times June 2, 1836 Ad for H and SN Bissell; C and H Howard; Union Hall]]; M Culbertson; JP Coulter; dissolution of Cutter, Crawford and Crites; Cyrus Spink; Levi Cox and Willy Silliman. Eagle House look out- the subscriber wishes to inform those who are in debt to him for the purchase of 2 horses, the American Skylock and Phenox, that each due must be paid to him in person or in written order for himself- CH Exkert. Dissolution of the co-partnership in Milton between John Johnson and Joel Fisk. Married on May 25th, by Rev. M Cox of Haysville are Mr. Constant Lake, merchant, to Miss Eleanor Jones, daughter of Hon. Benjamin Jones of Wooster.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times June 9, 1836 Goods cheapest of the cheap! The subscribers have just received from New York, a large assortment of merchandise consisting of dry goods, hardware, queens ware, boots and shoes, upper and sole leather at Church McConahay and Co.. New store and New goods! The subscriber is now opening at the store recently occupied by RP Reddick immediately south of the Market House, a varied assortment of reasonable merchandise, dry goods, groceries, queens ware, iron, nails, hardware and glassware at Henry Lehman store. Ads for the following: Dissolution of Cutter, Crawford and Crites; Union Hall; Eagle House; dissolution of H and SN Bissell; Dr. SN Bissell; John Croll; C and H Howard; Thomas Williams; JS Johnson and Co.; Cyrus Spink; Miss RN Tower; Levi Cox; and Willy S Silliman.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times June 16, 1836 Wm Childs has received an assortment of new goods consisting of dry goods, groceries, hardware, china and glassware, paints and dye stuffs sole and upper leather, wool hats and caps. Office opposite the Bank of Wooster. Ads for the following: Dr. E Thomson, JP Coulter; C and H Howard; Levi [[Cox (surname) | Cox] and Willy S Silliman; Cyrus Spink; Eagle House; Dr. NS Bissell; H and SN Bissell dissolution; Miss. NR Tower; H Lehman; Church McConahay and Co.; Christian Yordy. Wanted, 500 bushels of wheat, 1000 bushels of oats, 1000 bushels of fine flour and products of produce- JS Johnson and Co., Massillon. Also ad for: dissolution of AD Cutter, Crawford and Crites Co.. Council- An act providing for the paving of sidewalks on Market and Liberty Streets in the town of Wooster, is to be ordained and enacted by president, recorder and trustees of the town of Wooster and that it shall be the duty of owners of lots on Market and Liberty Streets to cause a curb, hewn or cut stone to be set at a distance of 12 feet in front of said lots the whole length of said fronts under the direction of president of said corporation at such grade as the Town Council shall direct. 2. It shall be the duty of said owners of lots after to pave the whole length of said walk in the front of the same 5 feet wide or the side next to the curb with good hard brick or flag stone at the option of owner or owners of said lots. Said walks shall be graveled or paved as said owners may chose at same grade as above mentioned. 3. Be it ordained that any owner or owners of any lots on said Market or Liberty Streets shall neglect or refuse to comply to complete such pavement as above specified on or before the 1st day of October next, than it shall be the duty of the Town Council to cause the same to be done and charge the expense of paving to the persons or person refusing or neglecting to comply with the regulations of the 1st and 2nd sections. L Sprague- pres, JM Eberman-recorder.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times June 23, 1836 Ads for the following: JP Coulter Hardware; Church McConahay and Co.; H Lehman. Notice to all persons who remain indebted to the estate of William Goodwin late of Wooster deceased, they are requested to make immediate payment- Samuel [Quimby (surname) | Quimby]] administrator. Also ads for the following: H and SN Bissell dissolution; Dr SN Bissell; Law partnership of Levi Cox and Willy S Silliman; John Croll tailor; Wm Childs; Dr. E Thomson.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times June 30, 1836 Ads for the following: Cox and Silliman; 500 lbs of bristles wanted by Christine Yordy; John Croll; Eagle House; C and H Howard; Thomas Williams; dissolution of H and SN Bissell; H Lehman; Cyrus Spink; DN Sprague; JW Schuckers- justice of the peace, office in white building the Market house west side of the square.

A stray horse. I do certify the following to be a conscription of a stray taken out by Henry Koller to entered on my stray book. By virtue of an order to as directed by Samuel Coulter, justice of the peace of Wooster, we the undersign do certify that we viewed and appraised said stray house colt by Henry Koller and find it to be nane color, 4 years old, 15 hands high, left foot white and no other marks perecible. Appraised at 40.00. James Jacobs and John Walters sworn and subscribed before me June 21, 1836- Samuel Coulter, justice of the Peace. For the ladies, we have just received a large assortment of fancy dry goods and ladies are respectfully invited to come and examine them- James McBride and Co.. Dung forks and shovels at the old stand of Crawford and Crites. Also, Collins tell axes, broad cloths, grass and grin scythes. Crawford and Crites received at their old stand on W Liberty Street, a large assortment of dry goods, groceries, hardware, queens ware, glassware, shoes, iron and nails. Also ad for Church McConahay and Co. and H Lehman. Just received from New York and Philadelphia, new goods. May be found one door west of H Koller Hotel on W Liberty Street. RP Reddick groceries, hardware, glassware and queens ware.

New chance for bargains. William Spencer respectfully informs friends and the public that he has recently disposed of goods in Millbrook and moved to Wooster. He has taken the store on the corner of Market and South streets, directly south of the Eagle House where he has for sale a splendid assortment of dry goods, hardware, glassware, queens ware, nails, iron, sole and upper leather and dye stuffs. More new goods. The subscriber has just received at his store opposite the Bank of Wooster, from cities east, dry goods, hardware, queens ware, glassware, paints, dye stuffs, boots and shoes, silk, fur wool and palm leaf hats- Wm Childs. Books, paper and stationary. Charles L Graeter, at his old stand next door to J Larwill store on Liberty Street. C and H Howard continue to carry on their business at the old stand 3 doors west of H Koller tavern, W Liberty Street. Goods cheap and cheap, of course. Just received from cities in the east, spring supplies of merchandise- dry goods, groceries, hardware, Church McConahay and Co., NB #5. Notice: JP Coulter would respectfully inform his customers and others that he has just received from the eastern cities, a large addition to his stock of hardware. James McBride store, just received goods and is opening at the old stand E Liberty Street with an entire new stock of goods.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times July 7, 1836 Thomas Williams, grocery store one door south of Union Hall. Eagle House, Charles Schuyler has for sale all kinds of real and personal property, charges moderate. Ads for John Croll, tailor; Christian Yordy; H Lehman.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times July 14, 1836 Ads for the following: Graeter books, paper and stationary; C and H Howard; William Spencer; new goods at RP Reddick; Church McConahay and Co.; Crawford and Crites; H Kehman; SN Sprague; James McBride and Co.; JP Coulter. Notice to house builders. Proposals will be received by the subscribers until the 1st day of August next for the erection of a building in Boliver, suitable for a tavern house, John Sholb and William Christmas. Ads for the following: Dr SN Bissell; dissolution of H and SN Bissell; Eagle House; J Randolph lately kept by Mr. Henry Lehman on S Market Street; John Croll; JP Coulter hardware; Church McConahay and Co.; Crawford and Crites; Wm Childs; James McBride and Co..

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times July 21, 1836 Same ads for the week before.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times July 29, 1836 Brigade orders. The commissioned and staff orders of the 3rd brigade, 6 division, Ohio Militia are hereby notified to meet in Wooster on Tuesday, Aug. 39th at 10 am completely armed for purpose of performing two days drill agreeable by law. Ordered by Brig. General Cyrus Spink, JP Coulter- brigade inspector. Ads for RP Reddick; H Lehman; Dr. SN Bissell; Charles Graeter; dissolution of [[H and SN Bissell; JW Schuckers.

Mammoth exhibition under the management of Noell E Waring from the Zoological Institute of NY City. That magnificent collection of birds and beasts, Asia, African, N and S America under the most extensive variety of animals ever offered to the American public. Exhibition is accommodated by the National Band of Music, who will commence the arrival of the grand conclave. The whole will be arranged in a splendid pavilion adequate to accommodate 10000 persons at on time. Seats will be provided for the ladies. Will be at Wooster for one day only on Tuesday, Aug. 16th, hours of exhibition from 1-4 pm. Admission only 25 cents, children under 10 years of age are half price. Listed animals that would perform. A celebrated band of 12 national musicians., elephants, Arabian animals, camels, lions, tigers, lambs, zebras, jackal and wolf. Mr. Van Amburgh will enter the cages at 3:30 pm. The 6 animals all confined in a large cage, hyena, leopard, panthers, jaguar. Exhibition is drawn by 100 matched horses with 65 men employed. Performance of pony and monkey at 3 pm.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Aug. 4, 1836 Elder James Porter will preach at the courthouse on next Sunday at 11 am. Invitation on Thursday the 24th of August next will be laid the cornerstone of the German Lutheran and Reformed Church in the town of Wooster on which occasion preaching will be expected in English and German language. This exercise will begin at 10 am. All professors of the religion of Jesus Christ are invited to attend. William Reiter, Jacob Albright and John Hempery trustees. August 1, 1836 ad placed.

Wanted, a small errand boy, 18 years of age as an apprentice in the blacksmith business by Samuel Cutter. Ads for: Charles E Graeter; James McBride and Co.; H Lehman and Co.; N Sprague and Co.; Crawford and Crites; Wm Childs; Church McConahay and Co.; William Spencer; RP Reddick; C and H Howard.

H Lehman, new store and new goods. The subscriber has received and is opening at store room formerly occupied by RP Reddick, immediately south of the Market house. Items are dry goods, groceries, queens ware and hardware. New goods can be found one door west of H Koller Hotel, W Liberty Street of RP Reddick.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Aug. 11, 1836 Democrats attend 500 of your fellow citizens of Wayne County call upon you to assemble yourselves in the county meeting on Saturday next at the courthouse in Wooster to put your vote on the doings of our legislature. Will you attend? Will you put the seal of commendation upon their presumption or will you submit and be slaves? Attend one and all signed A Democrat. For sale. I will offer for public sale at the courthouse in Wooster on Sept. 10th next, inlots 66 and north half of lot 64 and 65 and part of outlot 26 containing ¼ acre at the west end of Liberty Street. The whole being property of the late Hugh Barclay deceased. James Buchanan, attorney for the heirs. Apprentice wanted. An active lad of 15-16 years of age to apprentice in the tailoring business, DP Hartman. Apprentice wanted by Samuel Cutter, a boy of 18 years of age to learn the blacksmith business. Apprentice wanted. A boy 17-18 years of age needed in wood carding and manufacturing, RB Stibbs. Ads for: H Lehman, one door south of Market house formerly RP Reddick; Eagle House run by J Randolph; H Lehman and Co.; C and H Howard; John Croll; RP Reddick, one door west of H Koller Hotel, W Liberty Street; Wm Spencer; Christina Yordy; Dr. SN Bissell; Charles Graeter; James McBride and Co.; Church McConahay and Co.; Wm Childs.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Aug. 18,1836 A tent meeting will be held for the Wooster circuit of the ME Church, at Thomas McCain property, 2 miles south of town on road to Millersburg on the 26th next. Being in circulation, the notes on the Granville Bank are rather doubtful. The subscriber gives notice to his customers in the county, that he will take notes of that bank as par on debts due him or for goods. You need not be backward in bringing them up as he wants all he can get, ZT Moore.

Apprentices wanted by DP Hartman, Samuel Cutter and Hon. RB Stibbs. Also ads for: H Lehman; C and H Howard; JP Coulter. Last call. Those persons indebted to me whose notes or accounts have become due, they must call and settle the same and that forthwith too, they should save the cost. I am in earnest this time as those will find no neglect to attend to this cause, ZT Moore. Ads for: McBride and Co.; Eagle House; John Croll; Cyrus Spink; William Spencer; Dr. SN Bissell; Christian Yordy; Church McConahay and Co.; Wm Childs; Crawford and Crites; DN Sprague; James McBride and Co.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Aug. 26, 1836. There is a 6 cents reward for runaway indentured servant, N Spear. Wagon manufactory. The subscribers inform the citizens of Wooster that they have commenced the above business in its various branches of coaches, hacks, gigs, sulkies, painting and trimming and manufacturing, Wilhelm and Clasman. Ads for: ZT Moore wanting his money; C and H Howard; John Croll; RP Reddick; Wm Spencer; Christian Yordy; Charles Graeter; White fish and Pickerel wanted at JS Johnson and Co.; Church McConahay and Co.; RB Stibbs; H Lehman; dissolution of H and SN Bissell; JP Coulter; Wm Childs; Crawford and Crites; J McBride and Co..

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Sept. 1, 1836 Ads for; Wm Childs; James McBride and Co.; DN Sprague; Church McConahay and Co.; Crawford and Crites; H Lehman; JP Coulter. The subscribers inform citizens of Wooster, they have commenced the wagon manufactory business in its various branches of all kinds of work made to order consisting of coaches, hacks and gigs. In connection with the above business, they will carry on painting and blacksmithing. There will be manufactured Elliptic and cradle springs, together with carriage ironing in general by Wilhelm and Crasman. JM Eberman has new goods at the old stand of Culbertson and Robison brick store at the corner of public square. He just received from the eastern cities, a large and extensive assortment of fall and winter dry goods. Apprentices wanted by DP Hartman, Samuel Cutter and RB Stibbs. Ads for : John Croll; Christian Yordy; Charles E Graeter; Wm Spencer; Wm Spear; RP Reddick; H and C Howard.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Sept. 8, 1836 Dissolution of co-partnership hereto existing between the subscribers under the name of Chruch McConahay and Co. of mutual consent. All persons having claims against said firm, are requested to present themselves for settlement and all persons indebted are requested to come forward and settle immediately. The books, goods and accounts are at present at the old stand of Church McConahay and Co.. The stock on hand will be sold at low to close the concern. Benjamin Church and George W Wasson are duly authorized to settle the business. Sept. 7, 1836. Benjamin J Church, David McConahay and George W Wasson. The subscriber has just received at his store opposite the Bank of Wooster, a new select group of spring and summer goods, Wm Childs. Ads for: James McBride and Co.; DN Sprague and Co.; Crawford and Crites; H Lehman; JP Coulter. A reward of 6 cents for runaway Isaac Harpster, age 17 who is an indentured apprentice in the cabinet making business from the subscriber on the night of 26th last. All persons are forbidden to harbor, trust or employ said runaway under severe penalty of the law, Wm Spear.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Sept. 15, 1836 JM Eberman book bindery, at the old stand of Culbertson and Robison brick store, corner of public square, received from eastern cities, a large assortment of fall and winter goods. A 20 dollar reward by JM Eberman to anyone who will give me information leading to the detection and conviction of the scoundrels who broke into my warehouse on the night of Saturday or Sunday last and stole from me a piece of twine of brow sheathing containing from 30-60 yards.

Money wanted . Customers, please acknowledge that this is the first time in 4 years that I have called upon you to pay up and please bear in mind also that longer indulgence cannot be given. I would advise you to pay without the addition of costs. James McBride and Co..

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Sept. 29, 1836 More new goods arrived at the store of William Childs, opposite the Bank of Wooster.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Jan. 4, 1837 At last the undersign has just received at his old stand opposite the bank of Wooster from cities of New York and Philadelphia, fall and winter goods: queens ware, glassware, hardware, china, drugs and medicines. Wm Childs.

Highest prices in cash will be paid for 1 ½ dozen of fresh sound eggs if delivered before spring to Wooster Recess of Schuyler and Leopold. Cyrus Spink has just received a new and large assortment of goods, located a few doors east of the courthouse opposite Wm McCombs store. New goods and entire new store bargains may be had. It is worth calling at the cash store for dry goods, groceries, dyestuffs, hardware, glassware and sole leather at Benjamin Church. Bargains, bargains, bargains at Funk and Flaute, Liberty Street, a few doors west of the bank and adjoining Dr. Day office. JM Eberman just received from the eastern cities an extensive assortment of fall and winter goods. Located at the old stand of Culbertson and Robison brick store, corner of public square. JM Eberman still continues the saddle, harness and bridle business at the old stand nearly opposite Wm McCombs store. Just received a long list of good books at Charles E Graeter, W Liberty Street.

500 lbs. of bristles wanted by Christian Yordy on S Market Street, 2 doors south of the Eagle House. The Eagle House on S Market Street, well known tavern, lately kept by Henry Lehman, is now being run by J Randolph. Wanted, 50000 bushels of wheat, 2000 bushels of oats, 1000 bushels of sugar, fine flour and most kinds of produce. Will pay the highest price. JS Johnson and Co.. Coach and wagon manufactory manufactures coaches, hacks, gigs and sulkies at Wilhelm and Crasman. Notice: all persons indebted to Church, McConahay and Co. are given notice to call and settle up their accounts. B Church, M McConahay and GW Wasson. C and H Howard, sheet tin and iron manufactory, 3 doors west of H Koller tavern on W Liberty Street. New and better chance for bargains. New store and new merchandise. William Spencer announces to his friends and the public in general that he recently disposed of his entire stock of goods in Millbrook and moved to Wooster. His store is on the corner of Market and South Streets, directly sough of the Eagle House, where he offers dry goods, European and domestic cloths, fancy dry goods, groceries, hardware and queens ware.

Goods and no monopoly. VL Smith and Co. have recently enlarged their store room and are now receiving from firms of Philadelphia and New York splendid and varied assortment of fall and winter goods. JP Coulter and Co. hardware, have received from the eastern cities, a large stock of hardware. He still continues his business and will attend to all calls in his profession on the corner of South and Market Streets, directly opposite the Eagle House. New goods at cheapest prices. The subscriber wishes to inform the customers and people in general that he has just received from Philadelphia and New York, a splendid assortment of fall and winter goods consisting of groceries, dyestuffs and hardware at ZT Moore. Leather, fish and axes at VC Smith and Co.. The Ohio Cheap Store Wholesale and Retail. The subscriber is receiving direct from importers and is opening at first store west of Wooster Hotel, 19th Century, directly opposite JP Coulter Hardware store. It has a splendid assortment of goods consisting of a variety of articles as dry goods, groceries and hardware, Thomas Caldwell. 10 cents a head will be paid for live partridges if delivered at Wooster Recess in the center room of the large new brick building east of William McCombs store. See Schulyer and Leopold. Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Jan. 11, 1837 The subscriber respectfully informs his customers and the public in general that he has just received fall and winter goods at White Store, corner of Market square. H Lehman. Also ad for JP Coulter and Co.. Goods at cheap prices at Crawford and Crites. They have received from the eastern cities dry goods, boots, shoes, leather, glass, iron and nails. Located at their old stand at W Liberty Street.

Last call in this way. I hereby announce that those indebted to me by note or book account that have become due, they must call and settle and that forthwith, if they will save cost. I am earnest this time as those who will find no neglect to attend to this. Call ZT Moore.

Wanted customers. Please acknowledge that to be the first time in 4 years, we have called upon you in this way to pay up and please bear in mind also that longer indulgence cannot be given. Therefore, we would advise you to pay with the addition of cost, James McBride and Co.. Ad place Sept. 13, 1836. Just received for sale at his cheap cash store, a lot of prime sole leather, B Church.

Goods and no monopoly. VC Smith and Co. enlarged their store room and have a large assortment of fall and winter goods at W Liberty Street, 3 doors west of the square. Placed ad Nov. 10, 1836. Goods now arrived at James McBride and Co.. They announce to the public the entire new stock of goods consisting of dry goods, hardware, queens ware, iron, steel and groceries, at their old stand on E Liberty Street. Broadcloths for sale at Crawford and Crites. C and H Howard iron and tin workers continue to conduct business at the old stand, 3 doors west of H Koller tavern, W Liberty Street. New store and new goods at William Spencer store on the corner of Market and South Streets, directly south of the Eagle House dry goods.

Feed and saw mill. The subscriber informs the public that his steam saw mill is now in complete operation and that he is ready to deliver lumber of every description at the mill or in Wooster on very short notice. JP Coulter says orders left at his store in Wooster, will be promptly attended to. Apprentice wanted. I wish to employ an intelligent boy 14-16 years, in the printing business, DN Sprague. Wilhelm and Crasman manufacture coaches, hacks and sulkies. Books, paper and stationary at Charles E Graeter store, located at his old stand next door to J Larwill Store, Liberty Street. New goods and entire new stock worth calling for at the cheap cash store. Benjamin Church is most thankfull for the liberal patronage heretofore received while doing business under the firm of Church, McConahay and Co.. He gives strict attention to business and continues to please a merit of his old friends and customers. Six cents reward for runaway from the subscriber on Dec. 26th. An apprentice in the saddle business, a lad named Eli Jones, 16 years of age and 5’5” high with slender build, has run away. The above reward will be given to any person who delivers him to me but no charges paid. All persons are warned not to harbor him on any account. JM Eberman.

The undersigned has just received at his old stand opposite the Bank of Wooster from cities of New York and Philadelphia, a large assortment of fall and winter goods, hardware, drugs and medicines. Wm Childs. Three cents a head will be paid for live partridges if delivered at Wooster Recess in center room of large new brick building, east of W McCombs Store. See Schuyler and Leopold.

Ohio Cheap Store, wholesale and retail. The subscriber is receiving direct from importers and now is open at the 1st store west of Wooster Hotel, 19th Century, directly opposite JP Coulter Hardware with a large assortment of dry goods, groceries and hardware, Thomas Caldwell.

Better late than never! RP Reddick has just received at his old stand, winter supplies of dry goods, groceries, hardware, glassware, window glass and dye stuffs. Located 2 doors west of the H Koller Hotel and 1st door west of T Caldwell new store.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Feb. 1, 1837 The partnership heretofore existing between the subscribers of Funk and Flautt, has been dissolved by mutual consent. The business will be continued at the old stand by John M Flautt. All debts can be paid. Notice, the subscriber returns his sincere thanks to his customers and friends for patronage heretofore received while doing business under firm of Funk and Flautt and hopes by strict attention to business a continuance of the same. There is on hand a large splendid assortment of seasonable and reasonable goods, John M Flautt. Fall and winter goods at Wm Childs, opposite the Bank of Wooster. New goods at JM Eberman at the old stand of Culbertson and Robison brick building, corner of public square for dry goods. Eagle House on Market Street in Wooster, lately occupied by Mr. Henry Lehman, is now operated by J Randolph. Better late than never! RP Reddick has just received at his old stand 2 doors west of H Koller Hotel, new goods at the 1st door west of T Caldwell new store. New goods and entire new stock at bargain prices at the cash store of Benjamin Church located at the old stand of Church, McConahay and Co..

Wooster Journal and Democratic times Feb. 8, 1837 Ads for: JP Coulter; James McBride and Co.; C and H Howard sheet iron and tin manufactures, 3 doors west of H Koller Tavern, W Liberty Street; Wm Spenser (surname) Spenser store, corner of Market and South Streets, south of Eagle House; Charles E Graeter next door to J Larwill store on Liberty Street; wholesale and retail store of Thomas Caldwell, west of Wooster Hotel, 19th Century and opposite JP Coulter Hardware store. Also dissolution of Funk and Flautt. Dissolution of the partnership formerly existing between undersign under the firm of Schuyler and Leopold, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Demands against the firm will be paid by Charles Schuyler and impending debts will be paid to him. Charles Schuyler and Charles F Leopold. Ads for: H Lehman; VC Smith and Co.; James McBride and Co.; Crawford and Crites; Wm Childs; ZT Moore; RP Reddick. H Lehman just received at White store, corner of Market Street, fall and winter goods.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Feb. 15, 1837 VC Smith and Co.. Benjamin Church. JM Eberman.

The annual temperance meeting of the Wooster Township Temperance Society will be held in Wooster at the courthouse on the 22nd of Feb. at 6:30 pm. Rev. John Keep will address the meeting on the subject of Local Abstinence. Addresses are also expected from TJ Jones and Rev. W Spencer. The public is invited to attend, J McCurdy-president. VC Smith and Co.. Benjamin Church. JM Eberman. The annual Wooster Township Temperance Society meeting will be held in Wooster at the courthouse on Feb. 22nd at 6:30 pm. Rev. John Keep will address the meeting on the subject of local abstinence. An address also will be expected from TJ Jones and Rev. W Spencer. I take the trouble of once again giving notice to those indebted to me. I must and will have my pay. Those who do not pay at once will be sued and no favors asked, CH Eckert. Ads for ZT Moore, JP Coulter and RP Reddick. 500 lbs. bristles wanted by Christian Yordy, S Market Street, 2 doors south of the Eagle House. Job printing done at office of Journal and Times by DN Sprague. Charles E Graeter, W Liberty Street, next door to J Larwill Store.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Feb. 25, 1837 Wooster Hat Factory- The undersigned are intending to soon dissolve partnership and are anxious to reduce their present enormous stock of fur, silk and wool hats, Nachtrieb and White. The new arrangement contemplated by this business makes it necessary that all accounts should forthwith be settled either by cash or due bill.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times March 1, 1837 Ads for JM Eberman Co., VC Smith and Co., Benjamin Church and Co., RP Reddick, JP Coulter, Dr. SN Bissell, Crawford and Crites, Charles E Graeter, H Lehman and CH Eckert.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times March 15, 1837 Notice is hereby given that the co-partnership existing between James McBride and company has hereby transferred to the hands of David K Jones. He is authorized to collect and receipt of the same for bills. James McBride and DK Jones. The establishment of James Jacobs and Wm Hatfield, has taken the stand lately occupied by Mr. Funk (surname) | Funk]] and Mr. Flautt in Wooster on Liberty Street, 1 door west of Dr. Day office adjoining Wm Spears wareroom and directly opposite Nachtrieb and White Hatter shop. It just opened and offers extensive assortment of goods comprising whole stock heretofore owned by Funk and Flautt, together with a quantity of goods such as hardware, nails, glass and queens ware from Philadelphia. Dr. SN Bissell drug store opposite the Eagle House, Wooster.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times March 22, 1837 DK Jones begs leave to inform citizens of Wayne County that he has purchased the entire stock and trade of the late firm of James McBride and Co. and continues at the old stand of E Liberty Street for dry goods, hardware, groceries, queens ware, iron and steel. The subscriber will offer for public sale at his residence to the town of Wooster on the 30th day of March, a large assortment of cabinet furniture, 5000-6000 dry feet of cherry lumber. Terms of sale- credit of 1 year shall be given to all sums of $5 or over, under $5 cash will be required. Commences at 9 am. Thomas C Perry. The subscriber wishes to return his sincere thanks to citizens of Wooster and area for very liberal patronage heretofore extended to him.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times March 27, 1837 The subscriber, having disposed of his entire stock of goods, is now devoting his time to the settling of his business. He may be found at the present at Koller Hotel. Those indebted to him will please call and settle without delay. John M Flautt. Notice is hereby given; the co-partnership existing under firm of James McBride and Co. is dissolved by mutual consent on Feb. 16th. The notes and accounts of the firm have been transferred into the hands of David K Jones, who is authorized to collect and receipt for same. Benjamin McBride and David K Jones. In the village of Wooster, on the 23rd last, somewhere between H Lehman and M McConahay tannery, a common sized red monorocco pocket book containing a note on the Bank of Wooster and 19 in small notes and a variety of important papers of no use but to present owner, was lost. The finder of the above pocket book can leave it at VC Smith and Co. and shall be liberally rewarded and receive the thanks of the owner. L Richards. Wooster Journal and Democratic Times April 5, 1837 Lots for sale. My real property north of and adjoining the town of Wooster is for sale, including my mansion house and buildings. This well known property consists of upwards of 18 acres. It is within 700 feet of the public grounds and center of Wooster. John Sloane. Tailor Jacob Lentzy, announces to citizens of Wooster that he still continues the above business at his old stand a few doors north of the courthouse on N Market Street, where strict attention to orders will be given. VC Smith and Co. have repaired and enlarged their store room and present fall and winter goods: dry goods, hardware, queens ware, boots and shoes. See the store on W Liberty Street, 3 doors west of the public buildings. DK Jones has purchased the entire stock of late firm of James McBride and Co. and offers for sale at old stand on Liberty Street. The subscriber respectfully informs his friends he has received at his White store, corner of Market Street, from Philadelphia, a large assortment of fall and winter goods: dry goods, china, glass and hardware. See H Lehman.

Wayne County Standard April 9, 1837 Jacob and Kauke have moved their hardware store to the white stove room, one door west of the courthouse, where they have on hand a first rate assortment of hardware of every description. Andrew Kremer gunsmith, one door south of the post office, Wooster.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times April 12, 1837 The subscriber has moved his store to the frame house formerly occupied by John Walters, as a tavern, 1 door east of Jos S and C Lakes store room. It now has on hand, an assortment of merchandize. Mitchell and Jacobs. Ad placed April 12, 1837. The new establishment of James Jacobs and Wm Hatfield, has taken the stand lately occupied by Mr. Funk and Mr. Flautt in Wooster, 1 door west of Dr. Day office, above adjoining Wm Spears cabinet ware room on the east and directly opposite Nachtrieb and White barber shop. Goods heretofore stock of Funk and Flautt comprised of hardware, iron, nails, glass, queens ware and groceries. The bookstore of the subscriber has been removed to the east end of new brick building, obliquely opposite the post office, E Liberty Street. Charles E Graeter.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times April 26, 1837 The stockholders of the Wayne County Library Co. are hereby reminded that the 1st Monday in May is time provided in constitution for the annual election of officers, David Sloane -secretary. The Wooster Cadets will have an assembly for a parade on Monday after next for a parade on public square at 1 pm east of the courthouse, fully equipped and provided with 12 rounds of powder. A stated meeting of the company will be held in the evening at 7 pm at H Koller Wooster Hotel. A white, pipe reware ran away from the subscriber on the 20th day. William Craven is an indentured apprentice in shoemaking business. Age about 18 years, fair complexion of about 5’7” high. Warn all persons not to aid said apprentice on any account. Those who may harbor or entrust him, expect to be dealt with according to the law. Reward but no thanks or charges will be given for the apprehension of said apprentice. JW Schuckers. Saddle, bridle and harness manufactory. Joseph D Yarman informs public he has commenced above business in Wooster, 2 doors west of H Koller Tavern. He makes wagon and waggoner saddles and 2 horse common and patterned harness, also 100 first rate collars. Jacob Lentzy, tailor, at his old stand a few doors north of the courthouse on N Market Street.


Wooster Journal and Democratic Times April 28, 1837 Wm Childs just received at his store opposite the Bank of Wooster, a large and beautiful assortment of dry goods, groceries, hardware, queens ware, drugs, paints, dye stuffs, sole and upper leather, fur and wool caps. Cyrus Spink just received at his store, a few doors east of the courthouse and opposite Wm McCombs and Co. store, a large assortment of new goods. George McConahay and Co. received new goods at their store. Call and see at N.G. #4. Dr. E Thompson, office at Mrs. Thompson drug store, 1 door east of JR Jacob store. Dr. SN Bissell, office at the corner of South and S Market Streets in Eagle House.

Dissolution of partnership of Drs. H and SN Bissell is hereby dissolved. Dr. SN Bissell is to collect bills. Tailoring business of BP Hartman is at his old stand, W Liberty Street, 3 doors west of Wooster Bank and immediately opposite Mr. W Childs store. John Croll, tailor, continues to carry on the business 1 door east of Wm McCombs and Co. store. Dissolution of partnership of Cutter, Crawford and Crites and is hereby dissolved. Those in debt are to pay Crawford and J Crites. The business is now being conducted by Crawford and Crites, 1 door west of Thomas Culbertson tavern.

JB Eberman, saddle harness and trunk manufactory, in white frame building, 2 doors east of Culbertson and Robison store and directly opposite Wm McComb new brick building. 500 pounds of Bristles wanted by Christian Yordy, S Market Street, 2 doors south of Eagle House. JL Reynolds, wholesale grocery, Massillion. C and H Howard, tin and sheet iron ware. Thomas Williams, supply of family groceries at his grocery, 1 door south of Union Hall. Partnership between Hoch and Hartman is hereby dissolved. Millinary and Mantau making, Miss MR Tower, in building 1 door west of Dr. SF Days office. New firm and cheap goods. The undersigned have purchased the stock of H and SN Bissell, 1 door east of John Walters tavern, Liberty Street. Offer for dale dry goods.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times May 3, 1837 The subscribers beg leave to inform their citizens and customers and public in general that they have moved their store to the frame house lately occupied by John Walters as a tavern, 1 door east of Joseph S and C Lake store room in Wooster where they have on hand all kinds of general assortment of merchandise. Mitchell and Jacobs. James Jacobs and William Hatfield have taken the stand lately occupied by Funk and Flautt on Liberty Street, 1 door west of Dr. Day office and adjoining Wm Spears cabinet wareroom on east and directly opposite Nachtrieb and White hatter shop. Cyrus Spink has just received at his store a few doors east of the courthouse and opposite Wm McCombs and Co. store, a large and splendid assortment of goods. Money found. A considerable sum of money was found a short time ago, supposedly lost and belonging to a gentleman in Richland County whose name or precise residence is recollected by me. It can be had at any time by owner by calling up to the finder and identifying it and paying for this advertising. Apply to JW Schuckers. Wooster and Zanesville line of mail coaches. The subscribers wish will run during the season, a line of mail stages between the above named places leaving Wooster on M, W, F, at 6 am and arrive in Zanesville on M, W, shortly after arrival of the eastern mail stage about 10 am and arrive in Wooster on succeeding days at 6 pm. The Line will pass through Fredericksburg, Millersburg, Coshocton and Dresden. Packages at risk of owners. J Swain and Co..

Wooster Journal And Democratic Times May 10, 1837 The subscriber respectfully informs his friends that he has come to the determination not to leave Wooster. He is now situated on the corner of public square, immediately west of the courthouse where he can be found at all times. He has on hand a large quantity of dry lumber, tables, chairs, bureaus and bookcases. See Thomas C Perry. Robert Cain announces that he has opened a shop on Liberty Street, 2 doors west of RP Reddick wareroom, where he intends to carry on printing and glazing.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times May 24, 1837 Eagle Circus. Ira Cole is the manager of the circus and will be exhibited in Wooster on Tuesday, June 6th. Performance to begin at 1:30 pm and 7:30 pm. American Arena Company. James Jacobs and William Hatfield have taken the old firm of Funk and Flautt on Liberty Street, 1 door west of Dr. Days office and adjoining Wm Spear cabinet wareroom on the east and directly opposite Nachtrieb and White hatter shop. RP Reddick just received at his old stand 2 doors west of H Koller Hotel and 1st door west of T Caldwell new store, a large assortment of dry goods, groceries, hardware, queens ware and glassware. Charles E Graeter, paper newstand, obliquely opposite the post office in Wooster. Wm Spencer, new store on the corner of Market and South Streets, directly south of the Eagle House. Come for dry goods and groceries. C and H Howard, sheet iron and tin workers, 3 doors west of H Koller Tavern, W Liberty Street.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times May 31, 1837 ZT Moore store. Crawford and Crites, old stand W Liberty Street, for groceries, hardware and queens ware. MC Perry, situated on the corner of the public square, immediately west of the courthouse for best pine bureaus and bookcases. Robert Cain opened shop on W Liberty Street, west of RP Reddick new store, carry on in the business of painting and glazing.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times June 7, 1837 Camp meeting will commence on Tuesday, 29th and close the following Tuesday on premises of Mr. McCain, located 2 miles south of Wooster on Coschoston Road.

Bench planes at Jacobs and Hatfield, also dry peaches at 50 cents/bushel at Quimby and Grant store. The bookstore of the subscriber has moved to the east end of brick building, obliquely opposite the post office on E Liberty Street- Charles E Graeter. DK Jones has bought entire stock of James McBride and Co. at old stand on E Liberty Street. Goods for sale at Wm Child store, opposite the Bank of Wooster.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times June 14, 1837 New goods by JM Eberman at the old stand of Culbertson and Robinson brick store on the corner of public square. He has just received fall and winter dry goods. He still continues in the saddle and harness business and bridle business at the old stand nearly opposite Wm McComb store and 3 doors east of his own store where he has on hand a large assortment of saddles. JL Wolford MD has his office next door and west of the L Sprague watch maker shop on E Liberty Street. Dissolution of company partnership existing between the subscriber at Blacksylville under the firm name of B Rowland Co.- B Church, D McConahay, GW Wasson and B Rowland. New store and new goods. RP Reddick has moved to his new store 1 door west of Nachtrieb and White at shop and nearly opposite Jacobs and Hatfield store.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times June 21, 1837 RP Reddick has moved to his new store 1 door west of Nachtrieb and White hat shop and nearly opposite Jacobs and Hatfield store. New goods of JM Eberman at old stand of Culbertson and Robison brick store, corner of public square. He has just received fall and winter dry goods. The subscribers will wish to announce to the public and those indebted to them that they have sold their entire stock of goods to WH Smith and request all those having accounts to come and settle without delay in cash or due bill, VC Smith and Co.. Those wishing to settle will find them accounts in possession of WH and JW Smith. New firm. WH Smith announces that he, having purchased the entire stock of goods of VC Smith and Co. and associated in business with his brother JW Smith, hereafter be conducted under the name of WH and JW Smith in rooms formerly occupied by VC Smith and Co. on W Liberty Street, 2 doors east of J Miller Tavern. Wm Childs informs old friends that he remains at his old store on W Liberty Street, opposite the Bank of Wooster. Come for spring and summer goods.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times July 3, 1837 Joseph Dyarman, saddle, bridal and harness manufactory, 2 doors west of H Koller Tavern. Quimby and Grant ad. Leopold Grocery, SE corner of the public square, opposite JM Eberman store. Fire! Fire! Fire! The subscriber has been appointed agent for the Portage Co. Fire Insurance Co. and will attend to application against loss or damage by fire. Office at his store opposite H Koller Hotel- JP Coulter. Dr. Robison announces that he has located his business and is ready to attend to those in medical need. The office is on west side of Market Street nearly opposite the Franklin House and directly west of the Market House. Wm H Smith has purchased stock of goods of VC Smith and Co. and associated with him is his brother, JW Smith. They are conducted under the firm of WH and JW Smith in rooms formerly occupied by VC Smith, W Liberty Street, 2 doors east of J Miller Tavern.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times July 17, 1837 The Wayne County Anti- Slavery Society will meet in Wooster on the 22nd, at 11 am for a lecture or lectures to be expected by order of the board, John McCurdy. RP Reddick has moved to a new store room 1 door west of Nachtriebs and White hat shop and opposite Jacobs and Hatfield store. Charles E Graeter, the subscriber, has moved to the east end of the new brick building obliquely opposite the post office on E Liberty Street.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times July 19, 1837 WL Wolford, physician office next door and west of L Sprague watch maker shop on E Liberty Street. Dr. SN Bissell, office on the corner of South and S Market Streets, directly opposite the Eagle House.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Aug. 2, 1837 New stock at the cheap cash store of Benjamin Church at the old firm of Church, McConahay and Co.. Ad for L Sprague, watch maker.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Aug. 9, 1837 The establishment of James Jacobs and William Hatfield, have taken the old stand of Funk and Flautt on Liberty Street, 1 door west of Dr. Day office and adjoining Wm Spears cabinet wareroom and directly opposite Nachtrieb and White hat shop.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Aug. 30, 1837 John Babb, silver smith, has now on hand at his shop on N Market Street, all kinds of copperware. JP Meyer, the undersigned, has taken leave to respectfully inform people that he has taken the Wooster House, a well known stand, lately occupied by J Randolph. It is located on the corner of Market and South Streets. VC Smith and Co. are under the painful necessity of again calling on a great number of their customers to come forth and settle their accounts. There has been sufficient time given already and it becomes necessary that they should be settled in some way or another. VC Smith accounts are in possession of [[WH and JW Smith.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Sept. 6, 1837 Private sale. The subscriber, George Beechler, offers for sale his tavern store situated on S Market Street and South Street, known as the Franklin House.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Sept. 20, 1837 For sale by the subscriber, George Beechler, his valuable tavern stand, located on S Market Street, 1 door south of the public square and known as the Franklin House building, built of the best materials. The house has done an extensive business for the last 2 years and point of eligibility of the best in the village. The furniture and fixtures can be had if desired. Terms moderate. The above property may be had for exchange of a farm.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Oct. 1, 1837 The co-partnership heretofore existing between Crawford and Crites is hereby dissolved by mutual consent. The business will continue at the old stand by Crites. BL Crawford and John Crites. Ad for C and H Howard, next door east of H Koller Hotel on W Liberty Street. Fall and winter goods for sale at the old firm of R Crawford and Crites by John Crites.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Oct. 11, 1837 All persons indebted to the estate of ZT Moore, are requested to pay the same without delay, RT Moore- admin. Wooster winter fashions! Thomas Quier informs citizens of Wooster that he continues business of tailoring at the old stand, 1 door west of the court house. All persons indebted to the estate of ZT Moore, late of Wooster deceased, are requested to pay the same without delay, Mrs. Flora T Moore- admin.

The subscriber has just received from the cities of Philadelphia and New York, an extensive stock of merchandise. Do well to make a call at the Brick building, NE corner of the public square, JM Eberman.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Oct. 25, 1837 Quimby and Grant have just received from Philadelphia and New York, a large assortment of dry goods, cedar ware, hardware, iron and nails. H Lehman respectfully announces to his old customers and public in general, that he has just received from the eastern cities and opening at his stand on the SW corner of the public square, a large and splendid assortment of fall and winter goods. American Hotel Wooster, a splendid establishment recently erected by William McComb on E Liberty Street, has been leased to subscriber for a term of years and is now ready for reception of guests- Jacob Maize. Oak and popular shingles for sale at J Crite store. H Lehman informs his old customers and friends that he just received from eastern cities, a large assortment of goods on the SW corner of public square. The Wooster Hat Factory is intending to soon dissolve partnership and is anxious to reduce their present enormous stock of fur, silk and wool hats at Nachtrieb and White. The new arrangement contemplated by this business, makes it necessary that all accounts should forth with be settled either by cash or due bill.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Nov. 1, 1837 Ads for the following: DK Jones, SN Bissell, Joseph D Yarman, 2 doors west of H Koller Tavern. Wm Spencer, RP Reddick, 1 door west of Nachtrieb and White and nearly opposite Jacobs and Hatfield store. C Lehman, watch and clock maker. H Lehman, Hannah and Church grocery , are requested to pay the said without delay- RT Moore admin. The subscriber has just received merchandize from Philadelphia and New York. Call at brick building NE corner of the square- JM Eberman. Thomas Quier informs citizens of Wooster that he continues his business of tailoring at the old stand, 1 door west of the courthouse. All orders will be immediately received. Ezra E Dill, tailor. Leopold Grocery, SE corner of public square and immediately opposite JM Eberman store. Ads for the following: L Sprague, watchmaker; JM Eberman; Charles E Graeter- new stand obliquely opposite the post office. 500 lbs. Bristles wanted by Christian Yourd at his old stand 1 door south of the Eagle House on S Market Street. Jacobs and Hatfield, Cyrus Spink; James Jacobs and Wm Hatfield, have taken old stand of Funk and Flautt on Liberty Street, west of Dr. Day office and adjoining Wm Spear cabinet wareroom.

C and H Howard, JP Coulter; last call for money by VC Smith and Co.. Tavern stand for sale by George Beechler known as Franklin House.

Ads for H Lehman; JM Eberman; American House, Wooster run by Jacob Maize; Quimby and Grant; H Lehman on the SW corner of public square; Wooster Hat Factory of Nachtrieb and White; Benjamin Church; CF Leopold.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Nov. 15, 1837 Joseph D Yarman has new saddles, bridals and harness manufactory 2 doors west of H Koller Hotel. The subscriber, having taken the stand formerly occupied by Dr. SN Bissell and more recently by William H and JW Smith, 2 doors east of J Miller Tavern. There are fall and winter goods, sole and upper leather, shoes and boots. WF Smur, the undersigned, having associated his brother JF Smur in business, will transact business under firm name of WF and JP Smur. Ads for: Leopold Grocery, Eagel House, Ezra E Dill, and American House, Wooster. Ad also for new goods belonging to the late ZT Moore at old stand on E Liberty Street- Flora T Moore. Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Nov. 22, 1837 Eagle House, lately kept by Mr. J Humphrey, which is on the corner of South and Market Streets, is now being run by L Cross. RP Reddick offers for sale groceries, hardware, iron, steel, glassware, boots, shoes, dry goods, queens ware, hats and bonnets. Subscriber offers for sale a large assortment of dry goods, hardware, groceries, glassware, iron, nails and upper leather- J Crites. CW Christmans has been appointed county surveyor and can be found at his residence in the west part of the village.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Nov. 29, 1837 Veterinary Surgery. The subscriber informs the public he intends to remain for some time at Mr. Jacob Maize hotel and to carry on the practice of curing horses of various diseases- John Adams.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Dec. 6, 1837 Real property for sale north of Wooster and adjoining it Mansion House and other buildings. There is about 17 acres. John Sloane.

Dates for copy hard to read Dec. 13, 1837; Dec. 30, 1837; Dec. 27, 1837; Jan. 3, 1838; Jan. 10, 1838. Wooster Journal and Democratic Times.