Wooster Journal, Abstracts 1838-1839

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Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Jan. 10, 1838 New stable. Martin A Rahm continues livery business at stable in rear of Eagle House where he has saddle horses, buggies, sulkies and sleighs.

Wayne County Library. The undersign will hereby notify the stockholders of the Wayne County Library, compliance with the regulations of the constitution of said organization published some time in May last a notice to those intending of necessity , a meeting will be held for electing officers for said association for the ensuing year. The time for holding the annual election having been past, the undersign was informed that a librarian was elected and the books were suffered to remain in the hands of the person whose charge it was understood they were left to stockholders at the last annual meeting. The undersign has been called upon by the parties informed that it is necessary absence from home, renders it impossible for him to perform the duties of said office. He has been officially informed of his election at the time. The stockholders will therefore take notice and consideration of what is to be done with property of said association, now in care of Mr. Michael Sixieby of this village under the circumstances. David Sloane- former librarian. L Sprague, watch maker, just received large assortment of goods consisting of millinery goods, music goods, clarinets, violins, flutes, watches, jewelry and spectacles. New goods at Quimby and Grant such as ceder ware, hardware, queens ware, crockery, iron and nails. Wooster Hat Factory of Nachtrieb and White. Cyrus Spink, a few doors east of the courthouse and directly opposite Wm McCombs store. Ads for : RP Reddick; WF and JP Smur; JM Eberman; fire insurance of JP Coulter; C and H Howard; Wm Childs; C Leopold on the SE corner of the public square, nearly opposite JM Eberman hardware store; Dr. SN Bissell office on the corner of South and Market Streets, directly opposite the Eagle House. Ezra E Dill has a tailor shop nearly opposite the American House, Wooster and one door west of H and C Howard tin and sheet iron manufactory. Chalres E Graeter, obliquely opposite the post office. Thomas Quier, winter fashions in tailoring business at old stand one door west of the courthouse. Benjamin Church- cheap cash store of dry goods, hardware, groceries, queens ware, boots and shoes, iron and nails and salt, SE corner of public square. New goods. Flora T Moore has taken the old stand of ZY Moore on E Liberty Street.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Jan. 17, 1838 Wooster Hat Factory. The subscribers, intending soon to dissolve partnership, are anxious to reduce their present stock of fur, silk and wool hats. Nachtrieb and White. New goods. None cheaper or better at RP Reddick. Also ad for Cyrus Spink. The subscribers have taken the stand formerly occupied by Dr. SN Bissell and more recently by WH and JW Smith, one door east of Mr. J Miller tavern. Fall and winter goods, WS and JP Smur. New store and new goods. Wm Spencer informs people that he has moved to Wooster to his store on the corner of Market and South Streets, directly south of the Eagle House with dry goods, hardware, glassware, saddles, iron steel, nails, leather and dyestuffs.

Ads for: C and H Howard; JM Eberman; CF Leopold. Wooster Journal and Democratic Times is published every Thursday morning by Daniel N Sprague. Tailoring establishment of Ezra E Dill. Ads for: Charles E Graeter; Thomas Quier; Benjamin Church; Flora T Moore; J Crites is at the old stand firm of Crawford and Crites.

County surveyor. I have been appointed county surveyor and will be found at my residence in the west part of the village, EC Christmas. Also ads for: Eagle House under L Cross; Wm Childs and Quimby and Grant. The subscriber has just opened a large assortment of merchandize in store recently occupied by Mitchell and Jacobs, one door east of Swain Tavern- Peter Eicher.

Take notice. The subscriber, having disposed of his entire stock, is anxious to close the accounts of the concern. Those in debt will please call and settle the accounts by paying in part and giving their notes for the balance. H Lehman. Jacob W Schuckers respectfully informs citizens of Wooster and Wayne County that he has resumed his mercantile business at his old stand building south of the Market House recently occupied by Mr. Henry Lehman and immediately opposite the store of Benjamin Church. He has dry goods, groceries, queens ware, window glass, nails, iron, salt and fish oil.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Jan. 24, 1838 Ads for : Martin A Rahm, livery stable in rear of Eagle House; Quimby and Grant. CH Eckert is asking for money from those in debt for more than 6 months. They must be paid up or he would sue without distinction or respect for persons. The reason for these measures is that I owe money and determine it and in turn those who owe me should pay it. He continues his business of saddle and harness making at the old stand on the corner of the public square. The subscriber, having disposed of his entire stock of concern, desires those owing him money to call and settle, H Lehman. Jacob W Schuckers, new store at the old stand of Henry Lehman, white building south of the Market House. The subscriber, having purchased the store of J Crites, is determined to dispose of them at such prices that will astonish all. Call and see me. His store is nearly opposite the courthouse, W Liberty Street, Jacob Metz. Ads for: J Crites; Martin A Rahm; C and H Howard; WF and JP Smur; C Leopold; Wm Spencer; RP Reddick; Nachtrieb and White hat shop; Ezra E Dill; Benjamin Church; Charles E Graeter; American House, Wooster under management of Jacob Maize; Flora T Moore; JM Eberman, 2 doors north of the post office and nearly opposite Wm McCombs store. Jacob D Yarman, 2 doors west of the Kollers Tavern. The Eagle House is under the management of L Cross.

Republican Advocate Feb. 1, 1838; Feb 8, 1838; Feb. 15, 1838; Feb. 22, 1838; March 1, 1838; March 13, 1838 Statement of Bank of Wooster, Jan. 1, 1838- 43892.98 in assets and same in liabilities, JP Coulter- president, Joseph S Lake- cashier. JS and C Lake. Nachtrieb and White are intending soon to dissolve partnership. Eugene Pardee, attorney office with the auditor.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Feb 7, 1838 John Adams; Joseph D Yarman; Quimby and Grant; Martin A Rahm; CH Eckert; JP Coulter; J Crites; RP Reddick. Dr. Robison, located at office on west side of Market Street and nearly opposite the Franklin House directly west of the Market House, can be found at all times during hours of 10 AM and 3 PM. Dr. SN Bissell, corner of South and Market Streets, directly opposite the Eagle House. JM Eberman, NE corner of public square. Fire insurance at JP Coulter store opposite H Koller Hotel. Wm Spencer; Wm Childs; WF and JP Smur; Cyrus (surname) | Spink]]; Charles E Graeter; Nachtrieb and White; Jacob Maize; J Crites wanting money; Henry Lehman, disposal of his entire stock of goods and would appreciate receiving money owed to him; C and H Howard; W and JP Smur; CF Leopold; Christian Yordy; CW Christmas; Benjamin Church; Flora T Moore; American House, Wooster; JM Eberman; Eagle House; Jacob W Schuckers;

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Feb. 14, 1838 L Sprague, watchmaker; Jacob Metz, purchased goods of J Crites store, nearly opposite the courthouse on W Liberty Street; J Crites is wanting his money to settle business; JP Coulter; Martin A Rahm; C and H Howard; B Church; WF and JP Smur; CF Leopold; Wm Spencer; JM Eberman; Ezra E Dill; Flora T Moore; American House, Wooster; Eagle House; Quimby and Grant; Joseph D Yarman; John Adams; Jacob W Schuckers.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Feb. 20, 1838 Flora T Moore; JM Eberman; J Crites; Wm Spencer; H Lehman. Jacob W Schuckers will on April 1st, move his store to the brick building now occupied by Charles E Graeter store, 2 doors east of Maize American House, Wooster.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Feb. 28, 1838 C and H Howard; RP Reddick; CF Leopold; Cyrus Spink; Chalres E Graeter store opposite the post office; WF and JP Smur; Benjamin Church; Joseph D Yarman; American House, Wooster; JM Eberman; CW Christmas; Jacob Maize; Jacob W Schuckers; Martin A Rahm; JP Coulter.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times March 7, 1838 Dr. SN Bissell; Wm Spencer; L Sprague; H Lehman wanting money; Nachtrieb and White; Wm Childs; Ezra E Dill; Eagle House; JM Eberman; Quimby and Grant; Joseph D Yarman; American House, Wooster.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times March 11, 1838 Statement of Bank of Wooster, first Monday of January 1838: Discounted bonds and bills of exchange- 360240.47, due from western banks- 1654.51, due from eastern banks- 8020.95, specre on hand- 51426.43, western bank notes- 8668, southern bank notes- 8835, crostet account- 47.59, total- 438892.98. Liabilities, capital stock paid in 204221.32, notes in circulation- 169331, dividends-29, contingent fund- 7765.40, state of Ohio- 931.34, due banks- 2529.50, Treasurer of US- 19781.05, Lake Erie and Muskingum Road and Canal Co.- 3498.75, Other deposits- 30805.71, total- 438892.98. Lire of last dividends was 5% or 9803.84. The undersign President and Cashier of the Bank of Wooster duly sworn above statement is correct: JP Coulter- pres; JS Lake- cashier. Directors were: J Stibbs, Benjamin Jones, J Jacobs, E Dean, JH Harris, D Robison, SF Day, Benjamin Bentley. The subscriber intending to move his store April 1st, offers his immediate stock for sale at reduced prices, JW Schuckers. Ads for: H Lehman; Wm Childs; Nachtrieb and White; Benjamin Church; Ezra E Dill; Dr. SN Bissell; Quimby and Grant; American House, Wooster; JM Eberman; RP Reddick; C and H Howard; CF Leopold; Wm Childs; Charles E Graeter; Cyrus Spink; W and JP Smur; Christian Yordy; JP Coulter; Jacob W Schuckers; Martin A Rahm.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times March 21, 1838 Stop horse thief- reward of $50 will be paid by the subscriber for the apprehension and securing of the horse stolen by one John Adams, horse doctor by profession, who ran away from this place of 22 last taking with him a 6 year old boy, bay horse, together with a saddle and bridal. Said Adams is about 5 ft. 11 inches tall, sandy complexion and about 35 years of age. He is believed to be a native of Seneca County, New York, where he is supposed to have gone. He formerly lived in Harrisburg and obstinately works in doctoring horses but he has proved himself not but to stealing them. A $25 reward will be given for the said [Adams (surname) | Adams]] and $25 for the horse. Secured at above stated, Kimball Porter.

Ads for: Eagle House; Benjamin Church; Dr. WC Robison; Ezra E Dill; Nachtrieb and White; JM Eberman; J Crites wanting money; Wm Childs; RP Reddick; C and H Howard; Charles E Graeter; CF Leopold; Martin A Rahm; Jacob Schuckers.

Wooster Journal and democratic Times March 25, 1838 Ads for: CF Leopold; Wm Childs; Wm Spencer; bids for new jail; Cyrus Spink; Christian Yordy; Flora T Moore; JP Coulter; JM Eberman; CW Christmas. Dissolution of Nachtrieb and White on 1st instant. It makes it necessary to close the old accounts without delay. Jonas Nachtrieb and Samuel White. Nachtrieb has moved to his new brick building on S Market Street, a few doors south of the Eagle House and Samuel White remains at old stand on E Liberty Street.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times March 25, 1838 Martin A Rahm; L Sprague; Charles E Graeter (surname) | Graeter]]. Bookstore, one door east of his old stand on E Liberty Street, JW Schuckers moved to the new brick building east of Mr. McCombs storerooms formerly occupied by Mr. Charles E Graeter as a bookstore. The subscriber has moved his store to the SW corner of the public square, where he will continue the business of repairing rings, watches and clocks, jewelry, gold and silverware- C Lehman. [[Wooster, Ohio | Wooster] and Zanesville mail coaches- J Swain and Co.. Nowell and Garing at old stand of Wm Nowell, 2 doors east of JM Eberman store. CF Leopold grocery store, one door west of Howards, lower tin shop, immediately opposite the American House, Wooster. Quimby and Grant. The stockholders of the Wayne, Medina and Cuyahoga county turnpike are hereby notified to meet at the courthouse in Medina on May 14.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times March 28, 1838 Public sale. The subscriber offers at public sale, venue at his residence in Wooster, Monday, April 9th: 7 horses, one 6 horse wagon, one 4 horse wagon and one yoke of cattle- John Swain. Ads for: Flora T Moore; CF Leopold; Charles E Graeter; Wm Childs; Wm Spencer; WFand JP Smur; JM Eberman; Ezra E Dill; Nachtrieb and White; Quimby and Grant; Eagle House; Benjamin Church; H Lehman; JP Coulter; Martin A Rahm. Offering a $50 reward for the apprehension of John Adams and return of the horse he stole from Kimball Porter.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times April 4, 1838 A $50 reward will be paid by Kimball Porter for the apprehension of one John Adams, a horse doctor by profession, who ran away from this place on 27th last, taking with him a 6 year old bay horse. Offering $25 for Adams and $25 for the horse- Kimball Porter. Whig meeting. A meeting of the Whigs of Wayne County will be held at the courthouse in Wooster at 1 pm on Saturday, April 28th for purpose of appointing delegates to the Whig state convention in Columbus and to transact any other such business that will be necessary.

New Jail. Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received at the Auditors office Wooster, Wayne County until April 24th next for furnishing materials for building a jail in said town. The building to be of cut stone 40x60 ft. according to plan and specification. James McFadden, Andrew Ault, Wm Burgan commissioners. Ads for: C Leopold; J Crites; Christian Yordy who wants 500 pounds of bristles on S Market Street, one door south of the Eagle House; Cyrus Spink; Wm Childs; W and JP Smur; American House, Wooster; Flora T Moore; JM Eberman; Ezra E Dill is nearly opposite the American House, Wooster and one door west of C and H Howard tin and sheet iron manufactory; CW Christmas; Benjamin Church on the SE corner of public square; Joseph D Yarman two doors west of H Koller Tavern; Eagle House; Quimby and Grant; JW Schuckers; Wm Spencer; Martin A Rahm. Thomas Quier, first door south of CH Eckert saddle shop. He still continues business of tailoring and respectfully informs public that he has moved his tailoring establishment to that place. C and H Howard, next door to H Koller Hotel, W Liberty Street.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times April 11, 1838 The co-partnership heretofore existing under the firm of Nachtrieb and White, is hereby dissolved on the 1st instant. Arrangements will make it necessary to close the old accounts without delay, Jonas Nachtrieb and Samuel White. Jonas Nachtrieb has moved to new brick building on S Market Street, a few doors south of the Eagle House and Samuel White remains at old stand on E Liberty Street. Charles E Graeter book store moved. He has moved his bookstore one door east of his old stand and has on hand a general assortment of books and stationary. Ad for Martin A Rahm. JW Schuckers has moved his store to new brick building east of Mr. McComb store to rooms formerly occupied by Charles E Graeter as a book store. New jail bids ad; Thomas Quier; L Sprague; H Lehman; Benjamin Church; C and H Howard; Christian Yordy, S market Street, two doors south of the Eagle House, wants 500 pounds of bristles; Cyrus Spink; Wm Childs; JP Coulter and Co.; W and JP Smur; Flora T Moore; JH and NM Harris wanting groceries in Fulton; American House, Wooster; JM Eberman; Ezra E Dill; Wm Spencer; Joseph D Yarman; Eagle House.

A $50 reward will be paid by the subscriber for apprehension and commitment of any jail in the Union and securing the horse of one John Adams, horse doctor by profession, who ran away on the 27th taking with him a 6 year old bay horse, saddle and bridal which he had borrowed of the subscriber for professed purpose of riding a few miles in the country. Said Adams is about 5 ft. 11 in. high, bald head, blue eyes and about 35 years of age. He was well clothed in a suit of blue broadcloth, green cloak and velvet color. He also wore a black fur hat with black silk handkerchief with silk vest. The above named scoundrel is believed to be a native of Seneca County, NY, where he is supposed to have gone. He formerly lived in Harrisburg. His ostensible business is doctoring horses but has proved himself much more expert at stealing them. Will pay $25 for Adams and $25 for the horse, Kimball Porter, Wooster. March 20, 1838. The subscriber will sell at public venue, the late residence of John Hemperly, lately deceased in Wooster. To take place on Tuesday, 24th instant at 10 am and will consist of 8 horses, goods for them, one cow, a six horse wagon and bed, a two horse wagon and harness, single drow, one carriage harness, one sulky and harness, 4 sleds, one sleigh set of steel carriage springs, one saddle bridal, by the barrel flour, wheat and core oats, hay by ton, 2 oak flooring, household and kitchen furnishings and a variety of other articles. Isaac Johnson- admin.

The undersign have formed a partnership under the firm of Nowell and Garing for dress coats, frocks, cloaks, pantaloons and vests at the old firm of Wm Nowell and respectfully desire you to view their spring and summer fashions at shop of old stand of Wm Nowell, two doors east of JM Eberman store. Tin, copper and sheet iron manufactory. The subscribers respectfully inform people of Wooster that they have purchased the establishment belonging to Jonathan McClure, one door west of the post office. Charles and William McClure.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times April 18, 1838 Thomas Quier has moved his tailoring shop to the first door north of CH Eckert saddle shop. Ads for: 500 pounds of bristles by Christian Yordy; Joseph D Yarman; Eagle House; American House, Wooster; Flora T Moore; JM Eberman; J Crites wanting his money; Martin A Rahm.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times May 2, 1838 Blacksmith William Oldfield is thankful for past favors and respectfully informs old customers that he still continues the business in its various branches at his old stand at west end of W Liberty Street.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times May 30, 1838 Blacksmith William Oldfield, west end of W Liberty Street. Nowell and Garing. An exhibit in Wooster on June 11th, open at 1 pm. Splendid circus and menagerie. Mr. A Hunt and Co., managers. Performance starts at 2 pm with introduction of the circus and entrance of great elephant saddled at which time Mr. J Carter will enter the circus with Master P Buckley. After that the performance of circus will commence grand display of horsemanship by whole corps, equestrian manager Mr. Rowlaie. Also a grand brass band. Admission is 50 cents adults, children 12 years of age and under are half price.

Fog and Stickeys, formerly Brown and Co. circus managers, of splendid establishment and having considerable expense fitted up their traveling concern of last season and respectfully inform the public that they are now ready to serve up an amusing bill of fare. We have celebrated Polish Bros., Mr. Wales great clown and Mr. W Mulligan, famous double trampoline leaper and vaulter, will exhibit in Wooster on Friday, June 8th for one day only. Doors open at 1 pm with performance at 2 and 7:30 pm. Admission for boxes 50 cents, children under 10 years of age are half price, pit is 25 cents. Without regard will play in Hayesville on June 2nd, Loudonville June 4th, Millersburg June 5th and Mt Eaton June 7th. William Kiser, hat manufacturer, informs the public he has established above business near J and D Immell tannery on W Liberty Street. CF Leopold. Mr. Editor, tell the folks that I got my grocery removed way down on E Liberty Street to the disputed territory one door west of Howard lower tin shop nearly opposite the American House, Wooster. If you sent them around I will tell them where your print shop is. CF Leopold. 500 pounds of Bristles are wanted by Christian Yordy; JM Eberman; C and H Howard; Wm Childs; H Lehman wanting his money; Cyrus Spink; Eagle House; Joseph Dyarman; Benjamin Church; JP Coulter and Co.; JW Schuckers. The new German Lutheran Reformed Church of Wooster, will be dedicated to divine worship on Saturday, June 16th with services to commence in German language at 10 am and in English language at 2 pm. By order of trustees namely Wm Reitter and Jacob Albright. Ads for: CW Christmas; Joseph S Fox; Quimby and Grant; Charles and Wm McClure; Charles E Graeter; Thomas Quier.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times June 6, 1838 Ads for: Wm Kiser; P Eicher; Thomas Quier; Leopold Grocery. Tin, cooper and sheet iron manufactory. The subscribers respectfully inform the public and their friends that they have purchased the establishment belonging to Jonathan McClure, one door west of the post office, Charles and William McClure. Ads for: Cyrus Spink; Eagle House; C and H Howard; JM Eberman; JP Coulter and Co..

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times June 11, 1838 Circus and menagerie will be exhibited in Wooster. Mr. A Hunt and company managers Fog and Stickey, formerly Brown and Co. circus, will exhibit on Friday, June 8th for one day only.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times June 13, 1838 Buy cheap goods with ready pay, one door west of Swain Tavern, Peter Eicher. Blacksmithing by William Oldfield. SB Swain, late principal of the Granville Female Seminary, announces to citizens of Wooster he has just opened in Methodist Meeting House, a school for instruction of both sexes. Present study consists of one quarter commencing 11 weeks from June 4th. Tuition for quarter %.00. Ads for: Thomas Quier; Wooster and Zanesville Mail Coaches of J Swain and Co.; Charles E Graeter bookstore; C Leopold grocery; Charles and Wm McClure; Wm Childs; Quimby and Grant.

Joseph J Fox, stone cutting shop is in the building lately occupied as a tannery shop nearly opposite McConahay Tannery, south end of village. Ads for: Christian Yordy; Cyrus Spink; Eagle House; C and H Howard; H Lehman; J Crites wanting his money for old business; Benjamin Church; JM Eberman; JP Coulter.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times June 20, 1838 L Sprague, watchmaker.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times June 27, 1838 Trial of Wm Cunningham for the murder of Polly Butterbaugh in township of East Union on the night of May 15, 1838. Court of Common Pleas, Friday, June 15, 1838 with Ezra Dean presiding judge. For the public- Levi Cox, prosecuting attorney and John Harris. For defendant- Wm Silliman, Edward Avery and Eugene Pardee.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times July 4, 1838 Trial of William Cunningham, for the murder of Polly Butterbaugh, May 15, 1838. Sworn were Henry Churchman, John McCoy, Thomas Barton, Wm Elliott, Thomas Bracken, John Brocher, Joseph C Nailor, David Kaufman, Benjamin Byers, Solomon Elliott, Ephraim C Marks, James. Trial of him. Charge of judge occupied over an hour. The jury returned about 2 am Sunday morning, an absence of 30 hours, returned a verdict of guilty. On motion of council for the prisoner after a short argument with the court, a new trial was ordered. Ads for: Frederick Lentzy respectfully informs the public that his shop lately occupied by Jacob Lentzy, is a few doors north of the courthouse, where he will be at all times to serve as a tailor; Charles E Graeter; Wm Childs; Charles and Wm McClure; CF Leopold, Joseph Dyarman; Cyrus Spink; Joseph S Fox; Eagle House; L Sprague; Dr. WC Robison; Wm Nowell; Alexander Garing; Wm Oldfield; SB Swain; P Eicher. Thomas Quier, tailor, first door north of CH Eckert saddle shop. Wooster Independent Band, 20 members strong, left here for Massillon, Ohio | Massillon]]. They were flying colors in their new and splendid car driven by splendid bays. They will proceed south today to meet and welcome those of the heroes of Thames and Tippecanoe and honorable Thomas Ewing.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times July 11, 1838 Frederick Lentzy, a few doors north of the courthouse. Charles Ogden, cabinet maker, informs citizens of Wooster he has manufactured and keeps constantly on hand a splendid assortment of cabinet ware. Shop is immediately west of the courthouse.. Ads for: Wm Oldfield, blacksmith; WF and JP Smur and Co.; Nowell and Garing; Wm Childs; SB Swain; L Sprague; Wooster and Zanesville Mail Coaches; J Swain and Co.; Dr. WC Robison; livery stable of Martin A Rahm; Joseph Fox; Cyrus Spink; Joseph Dyarman, new saddle, bridle and harness manufactory; Eagle House; CF Leopold, grocery; Charles and Wm McClure; Quimby and Grant; Thomas Quier; JP Coulter and Co.; JW Schuckers; C and H Howard; Benjamin Church.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times July 18, 1838 CF Leopold, grocery store located SW corner of public square, immediately opposite JM Eberman store. Blacksmith, Wm Oldfield; Charles Ogden and Co., cabinet making, immediately west of the courthouse; WF and JP Smur and Co.; Henry Jacob, instrumental music; Nowell and Garing; Frederick Lentzy; Dr. WC Robison; L Sprague; Wm Childs; Eagle House; JM Eberman; Joseph Dyarman; Quimby and Grant; Benjamin Church; Charles and William McClure; Thomas Quier; JW Schuckers; JP Coulter and Co.; C and H Howard; J Crites wanting his money.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times July 15, 1838 Frederick Lentzy; Charles Ogden, cabinet ware, immediately west of the courthouse. Cheap goods. The subscriber informs friends and the public in general that he just received from the eastern cities, a large stock of merchandise, dry goods, groceries, hardware, boots and shoes, all of which they are determined to sell cheaper than any before offered in this place. Wm Nailor and Co.. Wm Nailor, having entered partnership, requests all those indebted to him previous to the 1st of July, to settle their notes or accounts by the 1st of September. Those neglecting to comply with this request, those accounts will be handed over to the proper officer for collection.

New goods. Subscriber received from the eastern cities and just opened on E Liberty Street, 2 doors east of Swain Tavern, a large assortment of merchandise, WF and JP Smur. Lumber for sale. Seasonable lumber for sale by Henry Lehman, office N Market Street, 1st door south of the Baptist Church. Anti Slavery meeting will be held at Associated Presbyterian meeting house on the last Wednesday of August next in Wooster at 11 am. Rev. Mr. Warner, McKee and Jones will address this meeting.

Instrumental music, Henry Jacob Nathenagel offers himself as a teacher in music in the following instruments: guitar, flute, piano, French horn, bassoon, clarinet, trombone, trumpet, etc having had 3 years experience in Europe and one year in US. Offers to give satisfaction to those who desire his services. He will attend at the residence of any young lady in Wooster who wishes to receive instruction in piano or guitar. His place of residence is at Mr. George Reinard house, one door east of Wm Larwill store on E Liberty Street.

Ads for:L Sprague; Dr. WC Robison; Martin A Rahm; Wm Childs; Cyrus Spink; Eagle House; Wm Oldfield; Thomas Quier; CR Leopold; Quimby and Grant; Charles and Wm McClure; JW Schuckers; Benjamin Church.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Aug. 1, 1838 Goods for sale at Wm Nailor and Co..

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Aug. 8, 1838 Cabinet wareroom of Charles Ogden and Co. is located immediately west of the courthouse. Ads for: Charles and Wm McClure; Frederick Lentzy; WF and JP Smur and Co.; Quimby and Grant; Wm Childs; Joseph Dyarman; Nowell and Garing; CF Leopold; Eagle House; Henry Lehman for lumber, N Market Street, first door south of the Baptist Church; Wm Nailor and Co.; Benjamin Church. House and half lot for sale, situated on S Market Street, one door south of Eagle House now occupied by Wm Spencer store. His property is convenient for a store or tavern. If not sold between now and first of January next, it will be rented. Terms moderate. See Christian Yordy. Candles and starch. The subscriber has been appointed agent for Mr. Breed and Mr. Beach manufacture of the soap candles and starch in Massillon. Cash paid for tallow. Apply at the subscribers grocery store, one door west of the courthouse, Christian Yordy. Ads for: Cyrus Spink; Wm Spencer corner of Market and South Market Streets, directly south of the Eagle House; Wm Oldfield blacksmith; C and H Howard; JP Coulter and Co.; JM Eberman; JW Schuckers.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Aug. 15, 1838 Candles and Starch. Cash paid for tallow at all times, apply at subscribers grocery store, one door west of the courthouse. Christian Yordy. One and a half lots for sale by Christian Yordy, first door south of Eagle House and now occupied by Wm Spencer as a store. Ads for : L Sprague; Charles Odgen and Co., cabinet wareroom immediately west of the courthouse; WF and JP Smur and Co.; Quimby and Grant; Charles and Wm McClure; Frederick Lentzy; CF Leopold; Wm Childs; DN [[Sprague (surname) | Sprague]; Wm Nailor and Co.; Cyrus Spink; J [[Crites (surname) | Crites wanting money; Wm Oldfield; C and H Howard; JW Schuckers; Dr. WC Robison; JM Eberman at old stand, 2 doors north of the post office and nearly opposite Wm McComb store.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Aug. 22, 1838 Ads for: Eagle House; Dr. WC Robison; Christian Yordy grocery store immediately west of the courthouse; Wm Nailor and Co.; Frederick Lentzy tailor, a few doors north of the courthouse; Charles and William McClure; Quimby and Grant; Wm Childs; Joseph Dyarman; CF Leopold; WF and JP Smur and Co.; Charles Odgen and Co., cabinet ware immediately west of the courthouse; Benjamin Church, SE corner of the public square; JP Coulter and Co.; Wm Spencer; Wm Oldfield; JM Eberman.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Aug. 29, 1838 Wm Nailor and Co.; lumber for sale at H Lehman, N Market Street, one door south of the Baptist Church; Christian Younker, first door west of the courthouse for groceries; Frederick Lentzy tailor; Charles and Wm McClure; WF and JP Smur; Charles Ogden and Co. cabinet making immediately west of the courthouse; CW Christmas; Benjamin Church; JP Coulter; Wm Childs; JW Schuckers; Christian Yordy wanting 500 pounds of bristles; CF Leopold; Wm Oldfield; C and H Howard; Cyrus Spink; JM Eberman; Dr. WC Robison.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Sept. 5, 1838 Christian Younker grocery store, first door west of the courthouse. Wm Nailor and Co.; Wanted 20000 oak shingles, cash. Will be paid by H Lehman. Lumber for sale at N Market Street, one door south of the Baptist Church; WF and JP Smur and Co.; Wm and Charles McClure; Frederick Lentzy tailor; Charles Ogden and Co. cabinet ware, immediately west of the courthouse; CW Christmas, county surveyor; Nowell and Garing; CF Leopold; Christian Yordy selling one and a half lots where present Wm Spencer store is located; JW Schuckers at the new store, east of Maizes American Hotel; JP Coulter and Co.; Wm Spencer corner of Market and S Market Streets, directly south of the Eagle House. Christian Yordy wanting 500 pounds of bristles; C and H Howard; Wm Oldfield, blacksmithing, west end of W Liberty Street, a good journeyman blacksmith and will find steady employment and good wages if application is made soon.. WC Robison; JM Eberman.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Sept. 12, 1838 Tavern stand for rent. A very good tavern stand situated in county town or seat of justice in this state and very well located for that business is for rent. Inquire of Charles E Graeter.

Ads for: Wm Nailor; H Lehman is selling lumber; WF and JP Smur and Co.; Charles and Wm McClure; Quimby and Grant; Charles Ogden and Co. cabinet ware and manufactory, immediately west of the courthouse; Frederick Lentzy; Nowell and Garing; CF Leopold; Christian Yordy is selling 1 ½ lots on S Market Street where Wm Spencer has his store; JM Eberman, two doors north of the post office and nearly opposite Wm McComb store; Wm Spencer; Wm Oldfield; C and H Howard; Dr. WC Robison; JW Schuckers.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Sept. 19, 1838 Ads for: Wm Nailor and Co.; Eagle House, run by L Cross; Christian Younker grocery store is one door west of the courthouse; WF and JP Smur and Co.; Charles and Wm McClure; Wm Childs; Benjamin Church; Wm Nowell (surname) | Nowell]] and Alexander Garing; H Lehman, lumber for sale; JM Eberman; J Crites is asking for money for old business; Wm Oldfield; CF Leopold; C and H Howard; JP Coulter; JW Schuckers.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Sept. 26, 1838 Thomas Robison and William Jacobs entered into co-partnership in business firm named Robison and Jacobs. Their store is the first door east of the Swain Tavern, formerly occupied by Mitchell and Jacobs storeroom and recently by Peter Eicher.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Oct. 3, 1838 Charles Ogden and Co. cabinet works is immediately west of the courthouse.. October 10, 1838 Wooster Democrat same ads as before.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Oct. 17, 1838 Unprecedented exhibition in Wooster, Friday, Oct. 19th. A gigantic giraffe or cane leopard! Mr. SGK Mellis, who has been without arms, will exhibit in an adjoining pavilion, the astonishing feats he is able to perform without his tows! Admittance is 25 cents, children under 10 years of age, ½ price. William Childs, new goods on W Liberty Street, opposite to Bank of Wooster. Ads for: WF and JP Smur and Co.; Charles Ogden and Co. cabinet making, immediately west of the courthouse; JW Schuckers; CF Leopold; JP Coulter (surname) | Coulter]]; Wm Nailor and Co..

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Oct. 24, 1838 Christian Younker, grocery store, one door west of the courthouse. C Lehman, German clock and watchmaker, still remains in Wooster, shop on SW corner of public square, 3 doors south of Quimby and Grant store. Ads for: Quimby and Grant; Thomas Robison and Wm Jacobs, one door east of the Swain Tavern, formerly occupied by Mitchell and Jacobs and more recently by Peter Eicher. Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Oct. 31, 1838 Be aware. The subscriber, having purchased the stock and goods of the late firm of Ogden and Co., continues above business at the old stand near the courthouse, one door west of Peter Eicher store where he will keep on hand to order every variety of ware in his line such as sofas, sideboards, bureaus, breakfast tables, dinning tables, washstands and mahogany chairs. Martin Wolfe, having commenced business, is determined to redeem satisfaction with whom he may deal.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Nov. 7, 1838 Dissolution of co-partnership formerly existing between Charles Ogden and Martin Wolfe, in cabinet making business, has been dissolved by mutual consent. Old firm of Charles Ogden and Co..

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Nov. 21, 1838 Quimby and Grant; Frederick Lentzy; Charles and Wm McClure; JP Coulter; Wm Oldfield; JM Eberman; dissolution of Charles Ogden and Martin Wolfe in cabinet making business; Dr. William Evans of NY wishes to inform the citizens of Wooster that his pills can be obtained at the store of Benjamin Church, who is agent for Wayne County.

Wooster Lathe Shop. The undersign begs leave to inform the public that he has formed a partnership and now remains above business in its various branches in Oldham old stand, east part of town of Wooster. Plain and fancy chairs. John D Oldham and John Jones. Cheap goods for sale at Benjamin Church store at the old stand obliquely opposite the Eagle House on S Market Street. C and H Howard Wooster Tin Shop, at the old stand 3 doors east of Koller Tavern on W Liberty Street and one door west of T Power and Co. store on E Liberty Street. New and splendid stock of goods at JW Schuckers store, brick building a few doors east of Maizes Tavern, one of the most splendid stocks of merchandise. Cabinet ware. The subscriber, having purchased the entire stock of late firm of Charles Ogden and Co., will continue the same at the old stand near the courthouse, one door west of Peter Eicher store- Martin Wolfe owner. Ads for: Wm Nailor and Co.; Thomas Robison and Wm Jacobs; WF and JP Smur and Co.; C and H Howard and Co..

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Nov. 28, 1838 Pay up. Having disposed of my saddle and harness manufactory, I will notify those indebted to me, to my establishment, to call and settle their respective notes and accounts without delay- JM Eberman. Dissolution of co-partnership heretofore existing between John D Oldham and John Jones in chair making business, is this day dissolved, Nov. 27, 1838. Ads for: CF [[Leopold (surname) | Leopold]; Wm Spencer; Martin Wolfe; JM Eberman; Eagle House; Wm Oldfield; Joseph Dyarman; Quimby and Grant; Christian Yordy.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Dec. 5, 1838 Wooster Chair Shop. The subscriber begs leave to inform the public that he has commenced and will carry on the above business in stand formerly occupied by Thomas Oldham in east part of town of Wooster. Will make plain and fancy chairs- John Jones. Dissolution notice is hereby given that co-partnership heretofore existing between John D Oldham and John Jones in chair making business, is this day dissolved by mutual consent- John D Oldham and John Jones. Cabinet ware formerly Ogden and Co. is now being run by Martin Wolfe, one door west of Peter Eicher store. C and H Howard; Wm Spencer; JM Eberman is asking those to pay up their debts so he can retire from the business. German Bank of Wooster. The stockholders of German Bank of Wooster are hereby notified a election of 13 directors will be held in their banking house on Jan. 1st next, between hours of 10 am and 4 pm- Benjamin Bentley, cashier.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Dec. 19, 1838 Eagle House, run by L Cross. Peter Eicher store has moved to the new building on the corner west of the courthouse where goods can be bought cheaper than ever before. Ads for: Samuel Coulter insurance against fire; John Jones chair making business; Frederick Lentzy, tailor; JM Eberman; Quimby and Grant; Cyrus Spink; JW Schuckers received at new store brick building, a few doors east of Maizes Tavern, dry goods of hardware, queens ware, glassware, castings, iron, nails and boots; WF and JP Smur and Co.; H Lehman; Thomas Robison (surname) | Robison]] and Wm Jacobs; Wm Nailor; Wm Childs.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Dec. 26, 1838 Meeting of Youths Temperance Association will be held at the courthouse on evening of Jan. 1st next. Address will be delivered by Rev. W McCandish.

School teachers convention. There will be a convention of school teachers held in Wooster on Dec. 27th for purpose of making certain regulations in the system of instruction in said county. A general attendance is respectfully requested. A teacher, The Board of Education of Wayne County Examiners, will hold their quarterly examination of teachers on Saturday, Jan. 5, 1839 at 1 pm. JC Taylor- clerk of the Board. Last call. The subscriber hereby notifies all those indebted to him by note or book account, he is determined to close his business in shortest manner possible. Those interested will find it to their advantage to attend to this notice. His books, notes and accounts have been left with brother Frederick Lentzy in Wooster, who is authorized to settle the same. Jacob Lentzy. Ad for: Peter Eicher, in new building on the corner west of the courthouse.

JM Eberman. To house joiners and cabinet makers, J Crites, having purchased the right of a number of counties of JC Channels patent portable mortising machine, is now ready to accommodate persons with machines ready for use. Ads for: Quimby and Grant; John ]]Jones (surname) | Jones]], chair making business in store formerly occupied by Thomas Oldham, east part of Wooster; JM Eberman wants money as closing up his business; Cyrus Spink; Joseph Dyarman; Frederick Lentzy, tailor, a few doors north of the courthouse; JP Counter and Co.; Martin Wolfe.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Jan. 2, 1839 Cabinet ware. The subscriber, having bought the entire stock in trade of the late firm of Charles Ogden and Co., will continue the same business at the old stand near the courthouse, one door west of Peter Eicher where he will keep on hand a large selection of every variety in his line namely sofas, sideboards, bureaus , center tables, breakfast tables, dinning tables, washstands, toilet washstands, wash and bed stands- Martin Wolfe. Pay up. Having disposed of the saddle and harness manufactory, I notify all those indebted to me to call and settle their respective notes and accounts- JM Eberman. German Bank of Wooster. The stockholders of the German Bank of Wooster are hereby notified of election of 13 directors held at the banking house 1st Monday in January next, 10 am-4 pm, Benjamin Bentley- cashier. Buy goods cheap. He has moved to the new building on the corner west of the courthouse where goods can be bought cheaper than cheap, Peter Eicher. Ad for livery stable. MA Rahm continues the livery business in a stable in the rear of the Eagle House, saddles, horses, sulkies and buggies. 500 pounds bristles wanted by Christian Yordy, S Market Street, 2 doors south of the Eagle House. New goods. Bargains now for groceries, hardware and queens ware. JM Eberman, call at NE corner of the public square. Last call. The subscriber notifies those indebted to him by note or book account, he is determined to close up his business in shortest manner. His notes and accounts are left with brother Frederick Lentzy- Jacob Lentzy. More new goods. Wm [Childs (surname) | Childs]], dry goods, groceries, hardware, queens ware, boots and shoes, hast and caps are for sale on W Liberty Street opposite the Bank of Wooster. Wooster chair store. John Jones, at the old stand formerly occupied by Thomas Oldham, is in the east part of Wooster. Plain and fancy chairs made. Wanted 20000 oak shingles by H Lehman, one door south of the Baptist Church. WF and JP Smur store, W Liberty Street, 2 doors east of Swan Tavern offering glassware, dry goods, groceries, hardware, queens ware, upper and sole leather. Quimby and Grant; Charles and Wm McClure, tin, copper and sheet iron manufactory located at the old stand of Jonathan McClure, one door west of the post office; Wm Spencer; Tin shop of C and H Howard, 3 doors east of Koller Tavern on W Liberty Street and one door west of T Power and Co. store on E Liberty Street; Jacob W Schuckers is in a new brick store building a few doors east of Maize for dry goods, groceries, china and glass. Thomas Robison and William Jacobs have new storeroom one door east of Swan Tavern, formerly occupied by Mitchell and Jacobs and more recently by Peter Eicher. Benjamin Church for dry goods, hardware, queens ware, boots and shoes at the old stand obliquely opposite Eagle House on S Market Street. Cheap goods: dry goods, hardware, boots and shoes at Wm Nailor and Co.. Eagle House on the corner of Market and South Streets, run by L Cross; Dr. WC Robison is now moved to the east side of Buckeye Street, about 10 rods south of Millers Tavern, where he may be found at any time to prescribe cures for all diseases.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Jan. 9, 1839 Livery stable, MA Rahm; 500 pounds bristles wanted by Christian Yordy, S Market Street, 2 doors south of the Eagle House. Cyrus Spink, a few doors east of the courthouse and nearly opposite Wm McComb store. Splendid assortment of new goods. Alexander Garing wishes to inform the public that he has commenced the business of tailoring in the Franklin House, one door south of Church Store, directly opposite the office of the Journal and Democratic Times S Market Street. JM Eberman; Last call to pay debts by Jacob Lentzy. Notes and accounts are left with Frederick Lentzy; Peter Eicher; Wm Childs; Charles and William McClure; Wm Spencer; WF and JP Smur; Benjamin Church; Wm Nailor; Dr. WC Robison.

Democratic and Western Telegraph Jan. 19, 1839 Statement of Bank of Wooster on Monday, Jan. 7, 1839. The last dividend was 3 percent, the amount 6580.28. JP Coulter- pres, Joseph S Lake- cashier, James Jacobs, James Stibbs, SF Day- directors; George Millhouse, D Robinson, JP Harris. New goods. William Childs informs his customers that he has purchased from the eastern cities, a large assortment of fall and winter goods. He is now open in a store on W Liberty Street, opposite the Bank of Wooster.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Jan. 30, 1839 H Lehman, successors to Jacob and Eberman, manufacture of saddles and harness in the brick building NE of public square. Bank of Wooster- Monday, Jan. 7, 1839. Resources gold 24606.94; silver 59397.49; copper 1.22; copper 120; total 18125.65; Foreign Bank Notes 35347; bonds notes and bill of exchange 414626.65; discounted bills due from western banks 10431.47; due from Eastern banks 12653.20; protect account 45.99; expenses 101.91 for total of 587332.22. Liabilities: Capital stock paid in 226676.51; circulation 252922; contingent fund 15000; discounts received profit and losses 534.24; undiv: unclaimed dividend 878.47; due to banks 1314.38; due to Lake Erie Muskingum Road and Canal Co. 3918.60; due to State of Ohio 329.01; deposits 83759.01 for total of 587332.22; Rate of last dividend was 3% amount 6580.28, JP Coulter- pres; JS Lake- cashier; directors: James Jacobs, Joseph Stibbs, SF Day; J Wellhouse, D Robison, JH Harris.

Statement German Bank of Wooster, Monday, Jan. 1, 1839: Bills 124531.58; discounted due from banks 518; due from E and W bank notes 10521; gold and silver treasury notes 41094.58; deposit in NY from draft at sight 18119.61; profit and loss 15562.30; expenses 2481; real estate 1255.15 for total of 211627.93. Liabilities: capital stock paid in 108553.75; notes in circulation 85633; due to banks 3.50; dividends unclaimed 100.68; deposits 17136.94 for total of 211627.93. HB Wellman- pres., B Bentley- cashier. Tin shop. C and H Howard, 3 doors east of Koller Tavern on W Liberty Street and one door west of T Power and Co. on E Liberty Street. Ads for: Quimby and Grant; Frederick Lentzy, tailor; Charles and Wm McClure, one door west of the post office. Wooster Chair Store of John Jones, plain and fancy chairs made in old stand of Thomas Oldham, east part of Wooster. Insurance agent for fires by Samuel Coulter. Wm Childs, W Liberty Street, opposite Bank of Wooster. JW Schuckers, new store, brick buildings just a few doors east of Maizes Tavern. Thomas Robison and Wm Jacobs, one door east of the Swan Tavern, recently occupied by Mitchell and Jacobs and later by Peter Eicher. Peter Eicher, moved to new building on the corner west of the courthouse. Fall and winter goods for sale. WF and JP Smur; JM Eberman, NE corner of public square; livery stable of RA Rahm in rear of the Eagle House.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Feb. 6, 1839 Wm Nailor and Co., old cheap store at old favorite stand, corner of Buckeye and E Liberty Streets.

For sale. The mercantile business conducted under firm name of WF and JP Smur, will be conducted by JP Smur, who requests all who are indebted to said firm to call and settle those accounts. Ads for: Wm Childs; C and H Howard; Quimby and Grant; Martin Wolfe, cabinet wareroom formerly Charles Ogden and Co., near the courthouse, one door west of P Eicher store; Frederick Lentzy, tailor, a few doors north of the courthouse; Jacob W Schuckers, a few doors east of Maizes Tavern; John Jones, chair making on E Liberty Street; Samuel Counter, for fire insurance; Wm Spencer; Charles and Wm McClure, old establishment belonging to Jonathan McClure, one door west of the post office; Joseph Dyarman, saddle, bridal and harness manufactory, 2 doors west of H Koller tavern; Cyrus Spink; Martin A Rahm, livery stable, in the rear of Eagle House; JM Eberman; Robison and Jacobs; H Lehman, successor to JM Eberman in brick building on NE corner of public square; Benjamin Church; Alexander Garing has moved to the Franklin, one door south of Church Store and directly opposite the offices of Journal and Democratic Times on S Market Street.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Feb. 13, 1839 Jacob Lentzy, tailor taken shop lately occupied by Frederick Lentzy, a few doors north of the courthouse. Notice. The mercantile business conducted under firm of WF and JP Smur, will be conducted by JP Smur and request all those indebted to the old firm to call and settle the old accounts.

Wm Nailor and Co., at old fortress stand on the corner of E Liberty and Buckeye Streets. Ads for: Charles and Wm McClure; Wooster Tin Shop of C and H Howard; Martin Wolfe; JW Schuckers; Samuel Coulter; Wm Childs; J Crites; Cyrus Spink; H Lehman, taken stand formerly occupied by JM Eberman, manufacture of saddles, bridals and harness, NE corner of public square; Martin A Rahm, livery stable in rear of Eagle House; Joseph Dyarman, saddles and bridals. For Sale. The three story brick building containing one store 16x40 ft., 4 rooms on upper story, 20 ft. square with two story brick building 15x30 ft. cellar under it with good stable and other necessary buildings. Possession will be given the 1st of April next. Also, store room 16x36 adjoining American House, Wooster cellar and warehouse, three rooms on upper story of brick building, in the center square above the store room now occupied by the subscriber- JM Eberman.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Feb. 20, 1839 Livery stable. MA Rahm continues the livery business at the stable in the rear of the Eagle House. William Childs takes the pleasure of informing his customers that he has just received from eastern cities and is now opening at his store on W Liberty Street, opposite the Bank of Wooster.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Feb. 26, 1839 Dr. MO Davis, physician, located in Wooster office on W Liberty Street, nearly opposite the Wooster Bank and German Bank.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times March 13, 1839 New tailor shop. Hugh Imgard has established himself in the above business at the west end of Mr.-----------nearly opposite Mrs. McMillen on E Liberty Street.

Groff and Hoke saddle, bridal and harness manufactory announce to the public they have formed a partnership and opened a shop one door west of General JP Coulter store selling saddles, bridals, harness, trunks etc. New brush and fancy bellows manufactory. The subscriber would respectfully beg leave to inform citizens of Wooster that he has commenced the manufacture of all kinds of brushes. Fancy and common brushes, sweeping, scrubbing, whitewash, cloth, hat, table tooth shaving and all kinds of brushes. Cash paid for bristles. His shop is the building late the residence of Mr. Barr, decd. On N Market Street, west side, a few doors north of the courthouse. Samuel Foss, ad placed March 13, 1839.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times March 20, 1839 New saddle, bridal and harness manufacture. Groff and Hoke have formed a partnership in prosecution of above business, opened store one door west of General coulter store. Ads for: Samuel Foss, brush maker; DK Jones request all those indebted to him to late firm of James McBride and Co. to settle same on or before 1st of April next. Ad placed March 6, 1839. New tailor shop. Hock and Imgard, from city of New York, respectfully announce to citizens of Wooster they have just established themselves in above business in west end of Mr. Riner building nearly opposite Mr. McMillen on E Liberty Street, where they are prepared to execute all orders in their line.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times March 27, 1839 Jacob M Eberman to rent various properties around Wooster; Wm Nailor store, old fortress stand on the corner of Buckeye and Liberty Streets; Attention: the members of Rescue Fire Co. #2, are hereby notified that the members of said company will hold a meeting Friday evening the 20th instructed by order of Captain AH Trimble- secretary. The public is informed that the post office will be moved from the present location on April 1st to S Market Street, one door south of Judge Dean and directly opposite Judge McConahay. JM Cooper- postmaster. Dissolution of partnership. The partnership heretofore existing between Wm Nailor and Ezra Dean, doing business Wm Nailor and Co., was dissolved on 23rd instructed by mutual consent. The notes due, bills and accounts, are in the hands of Wm Nailor and respectfully requests all those indebted to call and settle and with little delay as possible. Wm Nailor still continues to keep on hand a general assortment of merchandize.

Samuel Foss, new brush and fancy bellows manufactory. Ads for: Jacob [[Lentzy (surname) } Lentzy]], tailoring; Hoch and Imgard; 2000 bushels of wheat wanted by WF and JP Smur; Wooster Tin Shop of C and H Howard; Martin Wolfe, cabinet ware; John Jones, fancy and plain chairs; tin, copper and sheet iron manufacture of Charles and Wm McClure; Jacob W Schuckers; Wm Childs; Alexander Garing, informs citizens he has commenced the business of tailoring in Franklin House, one door south of Church store and directly opposite the office of the Journal and Democratic Times on S Market Street. Thomas Robison and Wm Jacobs, co-partnership of Robison and Jacobs store room, one door east of Swan Tavern, formerly occupied by Mitchell and Jacobs and more recently by Peter Eicher. Saddles, bridals and harness manufactory by Joseph Dyarman, 2 doors west of HH Koller Tavern. CF Leopold grocery store; Peter Eicher has moved to new building on the corner west of the courthouse; Cyrus Spink; H Lehman, manufacture of saddles, bridals and harness is the successor to Jacob M Eberman in the brick building NE corner of the square; MA Rahm, livery stable, saddles, harness horses, buggies and sulkies in the rear of the Eagle House.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times April 10, 1839 Groff and Hoke, saddle, bridal and harness manufactory, one door west of General Coulter store also trunks and whips. New brush and fancy bellows manufactory. The subscriber informs the citizens of [[[Wooster, Ohio | Wooster]] that he has commenced the manufacture of all kinds of brushes such as sweeping, scrubbing, whitewash, cloth hat, table, tooth, shaving and all other kinds of fancy and common brushes. All kinds of brushes for machinery made on short order. His shop is in the building of the residence of Mr. Barr decd., on N Market Street, west side just a few doors north of the courthouse. Cash paid for bristles by Samuel Foss. Alexander Garing has moved his shop to the house of Mr. Clingan, a few doors south of the post office and nearly opposite Mr. McConahay tannery, S Market Street, where he will be doing tailoring. The undersign has moved his store to the room on SW corner of the public square, nearly opposite Benjamin Church store and immediately under the office of the Journal and Democratic Times where he intends keeping a general assortment of goods. Wm Spencer. Elected to borough of Wooster week last, the following Whigs elected Jacob W Schuckers- pres., Benjamin Church- recorder. Trustees: Wm Childs, Jonas Nachtrieb, Samuel N Bissell, Kimball Porter and Samuel Cutter.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times April 17, 1839 DP Hartman, tailor, has moved his shop into the large white frame building of Wm Spear, 2 doors west of A Summer store, adjoining well known cabinet shop of Spear and Beistle and directly opposite S White hat manufactory.

To let: the brick dwelling on W Liberty Street now occupied by Mr. C Lake, the brick store in same building now occupied by DK Jones, the frame house occupied by J Dyarman as a saddle and harness manufactory. Apply to JP Cutter. Ads for: Jacob Lentzy, tailor; Groff and Hoke; new brush and fancy bellows manufactory of Samuel Foss; moving of Alexander Garing to house of Mr. Clingan, a few doors south of the post office and nearly opposite Mr. McConahay tannery shop, S Market Street. The partnership of Wm Nailor and Co. is dissolved. Wm Spencer store moved to the room on SW corner of public square, directly opposite B Church store and under office of Journal and Democratic Times.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times April 24, 1839 Removal of DP Hartman, tailor; Jacob W Schuckers, new store brick building just a few doors east of Maize Tavern; JP Coulter and Co.; Joseph Dyarman, new saddles, bridals and harness business; To Let: three story brick building and other rooms by Jacob M Eberman; dwelling on W Liberty occupied by Mr. CK Lake store, same building now occupied by DK Jones and frame dwelling occupied by Joseph Dyarman saddle and harness manufactory. JP Coulter. Jacob Lentzy; move of Alexander Garing. The subscriber proposes to commence the 1st of May next the business of supplying daily milk to the citizens of Wooster who may desire it. Persons wishing to be supplied with milk are asked to leave their names at Mr. Carpenter store, formerly the subscribers, near the Bank of Wooster, Robert Taggart. C and H Howard, 3 doors east of Koller Tavern on W Liberty Street and one door west of T Power and Co. on E Liberty Street; Cyrus Spink; H Lehman, successor to JM Eberman manufacture of saddles and harness, brick building on NE corner of the public square. Martin Wolfe, cabinet ware; Wooster Chair Shop; John Jones, in the stand formerly occupied by Thomas Oldham, in the east part of town.

Insurance against fire with Samuel Coulter; WF and JP Smur firm will be continued by JP Smur; Charles and William McClure, at old stand of Jonathan McClure, one door west of the post office; Thomas Robison and William Jacobs for fall and winter goods, one door east of Swan Tavern; livery stable of MA Rahm in the rear of the Eagle House; Wm Childs located W Liberty Street opposite the Bank of Wooster; new brush and fancy bellows for sale by Samuel Foss- ad placed March 13, 1839; ad for Wm Nailor, corner of Buckeye and Liberty Streets.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times May 1, 1839 Wm Oldfield, blacksmith, takes this opportunity to inform his customers and old friends that he has moved from his old quarters on Liberty Street to the corner of Buckeye and South Streets, SW part of town. Chair shop of [[John Jones; move of Alexander Garing to Mr. Clingan shop a few doors south of the post office, nearly opposite Mr. McConahay tanner shop, S Market Street. DP Hartman, tailor, has moved to a large white frame building of Wm Spears, west of Summer Store, adjoining well known cabinet shop of Spear and Beistle and directly opposite S White manufactory. To house joiners and cabinet makers- J Crites has purchased the rights of a number of counties of JC Cuannels and patent portable mortising machine. HW Schuckers is at new store, the brick building , a few doors east of Maize Tavern with splendid assortment of merchandize. Peter Eicher has moved to a new building on the corner west of the courthouse where goods can be had cheaper than ever. Charles and William McClure; Thomas Robison and Wm Jacobs, under firm of Robison and Jacobs, have an assortment of fall and winter goods, one door east of Swan Tavern, formerly occupied by Mitchell and Jacobs as a store room and more recently by Peter Eicher. New brush and fancy bellows manufactory of Samuel Foss, west side N Market Street, a few doors north of the courthouse and late residence of Mr. Barr. Cyrus Spink; Wm Childs; Joseph Dyarman, 2 doors west of Summer Store and adjoining Spear and Beistle and opposite S White Hat Manufactory. Jacob Lentzy, tailor, has taken shop lately occupied by Frederick Lentzy, a few doors north to the courthouse. Cabinet ware: the subscriber, having purchased the stock of firm of late Charles Ogden and Co. will continue the above business at the old stand near the courthouse, one door west of Peter Eicher store for sofas, sideboards, center tables, dinning tables, breakfast tables, toilets, washstands, bed stands and chairs. Martin Wolfe. Wooster Chair Shop, John Jones, in stand formerly occupied by Thomas Oldham in east part of town. Insurance against fire- Samuel Coulter. The subscriber has moved his store to the room on SW corner of the public square, opposite Mr. B Church store and immediately under the office of Journal and Democratic Times. Wm Spencer. DN Sprague; Wm Nailor rent brick building on W Liberty, occupied by C Lake, also the brick store building now occupied by DK Jones and the frame house occupied by Mr. J Dyarman as saddle and harness manufactory- Possession by April 1st, apply to JP Coulter. Milk, milk, milk from Robert Taggart. Orders may be left at the store of Mr. Carpenter, formerly the subscribers near the banks on W Liberty Street.

Groff and Hoke, saddle and harness manufactory shop, one door west of General Coulter store for saddles, bridals, harnesses, trunks and whips. Wm Nailor, at the corner of Buckeye and Liberty Streets. Ads for: C and H Howard; Dr. SN Bissell on the corner of South and Market Streets, directly opposite the Eagle House; CF Leopold grocery; JM Eberman; Wm Spencer; RP Reddick; Nachtrieb and White; Ezra E Dill; Charles E Graeter; Flora T Moore; Thomas Quier, has fitted up the tavern stand, formerly occupied by George Beechler on S Market Street; Eagle House; CW Christmas. The subscribers, having taken the store formerly occupied by Dr. SN Bissell, now recently by WH and JW Smith which is east of Mr. J Miller tavern. Going now is their fall and winter goods sale, WF and JP Smur.

The subscriber, having disposed of stock of goods, is anxious to closed the accounts of the firm. Those knowing themselves indebted, please come and settle the same by paying whole or part and giving notes for the balance- H Lehman. The new store of Jacob W Schuckers, resumed mercantile business at his old stand at the white building south of the Market house recently occupied by Mr. Henry Lehman, nearly opposite the store of Benjamin Church. He is selling dry goods, hardware and queens ware. The subscriber, having sold his stock of goods, is determined to close the business. Concern immediately all those indebted to him will save cost by soon coming forward and settling their accounts. For those who cannot pay all or part, will be received and notes taken for the balance- J Crites.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times May 8, 1839 Thomas Quier has fitted up the tavern stand formerly occupied by George Beechler on S Market Street. Wm Nailor, renter of brick building on W Liberty occupied by C Lake, also the brick store building now occupied by DK Jones and frame house occupied by Mr. J Dyarman as saddle and harness manufactory- possession by April 1st. Can apply to JP Coulter. Alexander Garing; fire insurance by Samuel Coulter; Wm Childs; John Lentzy; B Church.

Celebrated horse! Eclipse sired by Old American Eclipse, will be found at Koller stable in Wooster] during the present season. He is a bright bay mare, nearly 16 hands high- Peter M ____elly. Robison and Jacobs; Peter Eicher; Charles and William McClure; JW Schuckers; J Crites; Samuel Foss owns the new brush and fancy bellows manufactory.

Groff and Hoke; JP Coulter and Co.; DN Sprague; Wm Nailor; German Bank of Wooster monthly statement; Bank of Wooster monthly statement April 30, 1839, liabilities and assets of 630090.74, JP Coulter- pres. Franklin House is under management of Thomas Quier; fire insurance by Samuel Coulter; DP Hartman, tailor; Jacob Lentzy; Wm Jacobs; Wooster Chair Shop of John Jones; Martin Wolfe; Joseph Dyarman; Cyrus [Spink (surname) | Spink]].

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times May 29, 1839 Groff and Hoke; Frankling House; Robison and Jacobs; blacksmith of Wm Oldfield; Ezra E Dill shop may be found on east side of public square, 3 doors north of Soorb and Saunder Store. I will offer for sale on June 3rd, at public venue at my livery stable near the Eagle House, 11 horses, 4 sets of double and single harnesses and dry wood- Martin A Rahm. J Albright; DP Hartman; Wm Spencer; Wm Nailor; Jacob Lentzy; Alexander Garing; J Crites; Joseph Dyarman; Martin Wolfe; Peter Eicher; JP Smur; John Jones; JW Schuckers; Samuel Foss; Charles and William McClure; Wm Childs. Wooster Journal and Democratic Times June 5, 1839 Cyrus Spink; Franklin House. Framers, look here at the new store. If you want to buy cheaper than ever, call on JM Carpenter and Bro. at the new store on E Liberty Street, one door east of Maize Hotel for dry goods, groceries, queens ware and hardware. New grocery, liquor and provision store at Jacob Albright store. He has received from eastern cities, an assortment of groceries, liquors, wines, oil, tobacco, fruits, fish and toys. He also continues to carry on the brewery and is prepared to furnish any amount of beer of the best quality.

DP Hartman has moved; Jacob Lentzy; Wm Nailor; Wm Spencer has moved to rooms on SW corner of public square and directly opposite B Church store and immediately under the office of Journal and Democratic Times; Alexander Garing; Peter Eicher has moved to new building on corner west of the courthouse. Joseph Dyarman; new brush and fancy bellows manufactory of Samuel Foss; Charles and William McClure; Martin Wolfe for cabinet ware; Wooster Chair Shop of John Jones; Wm Childs; JW Schuckers.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times June 12, 1839 Groff and Hoke; Franklin House; JP Coulter. By June 22nd , all persons knowing and having left watches with me for repair, will please call and get them. All persons indebted to me, should call and liquidate the same and all knowing and having claims against me should present them- C Lehman. Robison and Jacobs; J Albright; DP Hartman; Wm Nailor; Jacob Lentzy; Alexander Garing; Cyrus Spink; Peter Eicher; Martin Wolfe, has taken late firm of Charles Ogden and Co., continues the same at old stand near the courthouse, 4 doors west of Peter Eicher store. John Jones, owner of Wooster Chair Shop; Charles and William McClure; JP Smur; Wm Childs; JW Schuckers is at his new brick building just a few doors east of Maize Tavern.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times June 14, 1839 Jacob Lentzy, tailor, has moved his store two doors east of the square and next door to Dr. Bissell drugstore. Robison and Jacobs; DP Hartman; JM Eberman; Wm Oldfield; Alexander Garing; Wm Nailor; Groff and Hoke; Franklin House; Wm Spencer.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times June 26, 1839 Uptown property. I will offer for sale, July 6th, ½ of inlot 35. Henry Lehman. Eugene Pardee, attorney office is in courthouse, upstairs, #2. The subscriber has opened a tailor shop for the purpose of the above named business in the shop recently occupied by Henry Lehman, one door north of Shorb and Saunder store on public square- John J Horn.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times July 3, 1839 Robison and Jacobs; Wm Childs; Groff and Hoke; Charles and Wm McClure; JW Schuckers; Jacob Lentzy, 2 doors east of the square and next door to Dr. Bissell drugstore. Concert of local music. Mr. A Trowbridge Sharp, announces to friends, he will give a concert of music at the courthouse of evening of July 6th assisted by two of his pupils. Tickets are 25 cents each and can be had at L Sprague jewelry shop. Sale of town property, lot ½ of #35 by Henry Lehman. Mammoth circus. Mr. SH Nichols, proprietor of the well known establishment, will give notice that he will visit Wooster on Tuesday, July 9th with stand of horses and horsemanship. Doors open at 1 pm and performance begins at 2 pm. Admission box- 50 cents; pit-25 cents. G Griswold. The partnership heretofore existing between RP Reddick and Conrad Fisher and Dennis Rarden in blacksmithing business, has been dissolved by mutual consent of the parties. Notes and accounts of late firm are left in the hands of the subscriber who is to settle the same- RP Reddick. Eugene Pardee; Dr. R McDowell surgeon dentist, will remain for a few days at H Koller Hotel. The co-partnership heretofore existing between the subscribers under firm of Wm McComb and Co., is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Books and accounts are left in the hands of Wm McComb for settlement. Those having claims for said firm will present them to said McComb and those indebt will make payment to either of the subscribers. William McComb and David Clendenon. The above business will be continued by the undersign at the old stand next door and west of the American House, Wooster by Wm McComb. Ads for: Dr. MO Davis, office on W Liberty Street, nearly opposite the Wooster and German Banks; Wm Spencer; Benjamin Church; H Lehman; JF Smur; JP Coulter; Alexander Garing; John Jones; Martin Wolfe; Ezra E Dill; DP Hartman; Joseph Dyarman; JM Eberman; Jacob Albright, at his old stand nearly opposite the Eagle House; Wm Oldfield, The Wooster Cadets will parade at the Market House on the 4th instant at 9 am- DN Sprague, captain.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times July 10, 1839 Wm Childs; Robison and Jacobs.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Dec. 1839 The subscriber, having taken the goods belonging to firm of JM Carpenter and Brother, one door east of American House, Wooster on E Liberty Street, is selling saddles and bridal harnesses. Do well to call at his shop, 2 doors east of Shorb and Saunder store- William Eberman. Ad for William Nailor, corner of Buckeye and Liberty Streets. JW Schuckers store is in the east end of a long row of brick buildings on the south side of Liberty Street, immediately opposite C Leopold grocery store. Groff and Hoke, one door west of General Coulter store for saddles, bridles, harness, trunks and whips. Wooster Chair Shop of John Jones.

Died at the residence of his brother William McComb on the 20th of consumption, was Thomas McComb late of Washington County, PA. Cyrus Spink; Charles McClure; Samuel Coulter, fire insurance agent; Eugene Pardee. Gliverett Grocery Store is a new store two doors east of the American House, Wooster with choice assortment of groceries, liquors and wines. Z and H Archer; also new tailor shop of John [[Horn (surname) | Horn, cap factory. The subscribers inform citizens of Wooster that they have opened a fur and cap factory the 1st door south of the post office. Cloth caps. FL Weicht.

New Goods. The subscriber, having taken into co-partnership in mercantile business of WR Church and been known under the firm name of B and WR Church, SW corner of public square, are receiving from NY, their fall and winter goods of dry goods, groceries, queens ware, hardware, leather, iron and nails- B and WR Church. Ad for Wm Childs, opposite the Bank of Wooster, W Liberty Street. Ad for winter trade of JW Schuckers.

For sale from the retail cap factory. The subscriber informs citizens of Wooster, that he has opened a fur and cap factory in town, 1st door south of the post office- PL Weicht. Z and H Archer are in the new brick store, 3 doors east of Maize and nearly opposite T Power and Co. store, for winter goods.

Wooster Journal and Democratic Times Dec. 11, 1839 Dissolution of the partnership heretofore existing between the subscribers, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The firm will be left with William Spencer, who is authorized to settle all accounts. All debtors are called upon to settle without further delay- William Spencer and J Barr.