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-. ' r :'' "...' '." - - ... , . VV J . V K. ' 110 pEMOCRA.T jimi of fiubwriptioa & Advertisng. s. The Obi DemocmU" ia published, every lay morning, ia Sow Philadelphia, Ohio, lie fallowing rates: .' r '. year, if fid it 'h beginning of th j yciiiy ... ... . $1,75 paidM-n) .; Jti'JiB the year, ' 2.1)0 -.'tr .6. jd o. th yeary . '. . 2,26 41. J- A failure to notify discontinuance at anil of th time subscribed for, will be eon lered the sam u now engagement, or tab- : ,'iptioil. . No paper will b discontinued until !1 : Mirages are rU, e wept at the option of th :.. -iithtft, ' TERM 3 OF ADVERTISING t ' square, 10 line or less, 8 times, . $2,00 :y subsequent insertion, ... CO ' i square three months, . . ; 8,00 s square six months, . .' 6,00 ,v -square one year, . . 8,00 VMourth column, per year, . . 15,00 ' :-tiiird column, per year, , . 18,00 j-hflf column, per Tear. .... 25,00 - a column, per year, - . . 40,00 . iy When there is no contract made, and tie number of Insertions is not marked on the dtortineineuts at .the time they are handed in A or publication, they will be continued in until irdored out, arid charged by the square. Job Work neatly exeouted on rea suable terms. MW FALL GOODS AT M. V. REAM'S , IN SHANE SVILLE. n. " WOULD respeotfiilly announce to my pat u rose, and the people generally, that 1 hate just teeeived my Full Stock of if 17 Goods, Groceries, &c. 'Thioli I hare bought on as reasonable terms ' the oity markets would sffoid. It is true t prices in the east hare advanced consider . on many articlre, butnevertheless, my '. '.omers shall hale no cause to complain , 'H comparing my prices to those of any oth- onfnbliihment. Call and examine for your . Ves, and reet assured that so far as the Style, , .lity and prices of my Qoods isaconccrned, 1 shall not go awlty dissatisfied, t still adhere to the CASH SYSTEM, being oroughly convinoed by experience that it is the tnutual advantage of myself and cus ners. 73T All kinds of Merchantable Produce . ight, and the highest market prices paid rrfor. M. V. BEAM. " .nesville, Bept. 19, 1802. ' . , V FY COMPETITION! VEW GOODS!! AT F. X. CRAMBLIT'S. y stock ie complete in every branch of -r. usual in tho nest regulated utores, 00m .1 GOODS, GKOCERIE8, ' " v QUEEN8WARE, ' HARDWARE, BOOTS, 8IICE8, - HATS, CAPS, ' - ,' '. - BONNETS, ' &C, &C, 1 i;;reat Tarlety, and a thousand other artiolo - ::h it Is not necessary to consume time aud se in enumerating. at ftiwranlce to my oustnmers the most per ' aatlsfaotion as to prtceBnd quiiliry. .pproved Country Produce tuken in ex--nga for Goo.ls. and the highest market t patd therefor. -raspeotfully ittlte the putilic, from town country, to call aud examine my stock. J. T. CRAMBL1T. ILLUSTRATED ientific Jlmerifiin r V I r;. ,2 Best Mecaanieal Paper in tiie World. EIGUTEEXTII YEAR. VOI.UME VHI.--NEW SEltlES." ' A New volume of thiapopular Journal com- meuceB on the first ol January. It is pub i ued WEBKLtfand every number contains eix t .cn pages of ustful iuforuiution, and from, five ' iten origiual engravings of ucw inventions - nd discoveries, all of which arc prepared ex v ety for its ouluvns, the Mechanic and Manufacturer, is'o person engaged in any of the mechanical -. manufacturing pursuits should think of "do V. jwithuot" the SctEKTirtc Amkbicah. It costs : lifsix cents per week ; every number lontains . m six to ten enaraviuis of new machines ' .? i inventions, which osn not be found in any -- - er publication. .: . - To tho Inventor. " ' he Soleiitillo Amerioan is indispensable to ?-'y inventor, as it not only contains Ulna td descriptions of nearly all the best in '! M T corns out, but each number '..'uiains to Offioli.1 List of the Claims of all , - a -Patents issusd from the United States Pa ' MitOfficedariiigthsweckprcviouBj thus gir " ig a- correct oistorj ot the progress of inven . 'ons in this oountiy. We are also receiving, the best scientific journals of Great i 'Uip, France, and Germauy ; thus placing ' k nur nouauion all that is transpiring in n -.hanta&l aciencsano sri in tuees uiu ' I.j. We ansll. oonttnue toiransier to our u. :amus eopious extracts .from these journals ... ' nrW.nt liianr A pamphlet of instruction as to the best mode obtaining Letters Patent on new inventions, . ;r, fnrniahed fre on application. Messrs. Munn & Co. have acted as Patent .3 illdtora for more tban seven teen yearsin c nnectlon with the publication of the Bcien- o American, and they refer to 20,000 paten- ' '' '. i for whoa they have dona business. Z ehsrge Is mad for amining sketches rr' ' ' m. Ailal. .if um inAntlnnan(t for advis- cbiiBt. AicWteoU, MlllwtlghU and ' : : ; . ' ;he Solentrfo American will be found a most . . fnltnurnal to them. All the new disooverie th (cieno of ebemitlry are given in its o Ttin. .sn(L". winii-. ulUlr;2'T7T il lli;iVl1ttll VlllOJIliill I t! ''- ?-i-l Ti'l TWILL-PAT CASH at my office, in Canal mnvtr, Dtiln tnT nil kinds of shiPDinn Furs; frrrjiEoxiMink, CoonMuski Bat, Skunks and "nattrcpilt8. - v - , Kow is th time to got ynnr traps ready, for . meppj is to be made. J. JV. KEWBCKGH. !a P'1 tPT. O-P08' 6 '6S- tf' .- To the Creditor? xS tbe.Estate of -QeoTgf powers, DoeHsed, ! rfJD eefaic fhavftig been-represented insoi- 'flnUhe-!erisd: pf )dx mntbi from the J...- t thu not oa is aliowsasreuiwre iu unu8 . r--in and prov their olairnn against said estate. I The -wbsoriUer .will' reivi -aftd audit such i eT"Vlaiuis.during said period at his fes'njenon in ' Dover towncliijt; Tuwnrawas county, Ohio. ' OKQ. W. 8LINGLUFF, Adin'r.j,, V ' - : ...... . - : -,- ..... . ..- 7 ' ,iMm..lli,tJt.,JtMa!. Ufm..tm' "ii.viv oamaVoiu.. m i . .HUJ.. i aSi-'-'m"" ' . . '. .;,-,.;.;.',. . ". .' ' - - Irfi i - 'i i ' - tan m i r . . .. , . . . j. .. -,., . ' i i 1 ii -' iiip.i.ii- ,"'."",". ' '. " '"" " " " hi ""I'm , i -t ' ' - 1 1 ;atalaa. I l.nlMan. fin i.- i . . .. ,r ,Mt,. mt . m,,., Urea tYork n the Horse. THE HORSE &ms DISEASES: BY EOBUBT JZHNINQS, V. 5 , Professor of Pathology andpperatire 8argery , In the Veterinary College of Philadelphia, Professor of VAeriuary Medicine is the late Agricultural College of Ohio, Seo'y of the American Veterinsry Association .- of Philadelphia. etc, etc" , IT TELLS TOD of Breeding, (freaking, Sta bling, Feeding, Grooming, Shoeing, and the general management of the lloree, with the best modes of administering medioins, slso how to treat Biting. Kicking, Rearing, Shying. Stumbling, Crib lining, Restlessness, and oth er vices to which he is subject; with numer ous explanatory engravings, , IT TELLS YOU of the causes, symptoms, snd treatment of Strangles, Sore Throat. Dis temper, Catarrh, luiluenia, Bronchitis, Pneu monia, Pleurisy, Broken Wind, Chronic Coligh, Roaring and Wbistling.'Lampas, 8ore Mouth and Ulcers, and Ducayed Teeth, with other dis eases of the Mouth and Respiratory Organs. VT TELLS YOU of the causes, symptoms. and treatment of Worms, Bors, Colic, Strangu lation, Stony Concretions, Ruptures, Palsy, uiarrnea,jaouaice, Hepatlrrhea, Bloody Urme, Stones in the Kidneys and Bladder, Inflamma tion, and other diseases of the Stomach, Bow els, Liver and Urinary Organs. -' . : IT TELLS YOU of th onuses, symptoms and treatment of Bone, Blood and Beg Spa vin, Ring-Bone, 8 weenie, Strains, Broken Knees, Wind Galls, Founder,' Sole Bruises and Gravel, Cracked Hoofs, Scratches, Canker, Thrash, snd Corns ; also, of Megrims, Verti go, fcpilepsy, staggers, and other diseases ot the Feet, Legs snd Head. , r IT TELLS YOU of the causes, symptoms, and treatment of Fistula, Poll Evil, Glanders, Faroy, Scarlet Fever, Mange, Surfeit, Locked Jaw, Rheumatism, Cramp, Galls, Diseases of the Eye and Heart, Stc, &c, and how to man age Castration, Bleeding, Trephinning, Row elling. Firing, Hernia, Amputation, Tapping and other surgical operations. IT TELLS YOU of Rarey'B Method of Tam ing Horses; how to Approach, Halter, or Sta ble a Colt ; bow to accustom a Horse to Btrange sounds and eights, and how to Bit, Saddle, Ride, and Break him to Harness ; also the form and law of Wabbartt. The whole being the result of more tban fifteen years careful study of the hahits, peculiarities, wants and weak nesses of ibis noble and useful animal. The bonk contains 384 pages, appropriately Illustrated by nearly One Hundred Engrav ings, and will be sent to any address post paid on receipt of price, half bound, $1.00, or in cloth extra, $1.25. We are also publishers of "Everybody's Lawyer," by Frank Crosby, Esq.; "The Fam ily Doctor," by Prof. II. S. Taylor, M. D.: "Thrilliug Adventures' among the Early Set tlers," by Warren Wildwood ; "Sunlight and 8hadow, or the Poetry of Home," by Harry Penctller; "Life of Kit Carson, the Great WesternHunter and Guide." Modern Cook ery in all its Branches, by Mrs. S. J. lisle, together with other valuable and useful works, a Catalogue of which will be sent free on ap plication. Boots forwarded to any address postage paid on receipt of price. Photograph Albums 'in Great Variety. 'Booksellers, News Agents, Book Agents. Canvassers, Peddlers, aud and others will do well to older a package of our Books. Thej will find them exceediugly popular, and term liberal. . 1,000 Local & Travelling- 1 scuts- wanted eveiy where for their sale. For Bingle copies, or for terms in quantities! with other '.nfurmntion, npplv to or address, JOHN" EDWIN POTTER. Publisher, No. 17 Sansom St., Philadelphia, Pa July 24, Mi, ' .A NEW FIRM. STO V AND TI.ffl.W-A SB. W.EJIANUUW&ESPICH HAVING united as partners in tho Stove and Tinware Trade, iuvile nil ourol.i customers aud the public to call and see if we cannot suit them, both in quality aud price, ol We have just beeu receiving the latest snd best patterns ot Stoves now in the market, con pijtinit in part of the Arbiter or Gas-Consum ine Coal I'ook Stove, the Brilliant, for wood or ooal; also, nn assortment of Parlor and Healing Stoves. " CayWe warrant all our Stoves. . We manufacture our own ware, nnd will warrant every article to be of good material. We al& keep Porcelain Wure. Brass & Copper Kettles, Jappanneu, Fi.oy and Imported Wure. Roofing and Jobbing done to order and on the most approved plans. Spouting made and put up so as to last from 20 to 80 years, at rea sonable prices. Steam Mill Stacks' made and put np to order. Also, Scap Pipes, &o. All orders filled promptly. B"Store and Shop opposite the Post Of fice, New Philadelphia, O. W. E. MAN ROW & ESPICII. N. B. Old Iron, Copper, Brass, Pewter, Lead and Rags taken in exchange for Ware. New Puna., April 11, 1HM. Remi-Annnal Stutemciit, Ko. 102. CAPIAL & SURPLUS 933,303.98. Mar Int. 1861. . Cash and cash items mi ill88 "2. tutt?'aanW8tMks"274',869 551 si New York " " . 193,300 00 0 " Bostoa ' " . 100,760 00 607 " other " " 68,086 UU United States and State " " 73,867 00 Hnrtfd tN.HavenR.R.bonda " 39,700 00 Hartford City Bonds 36,750 00 Conn. Eivsr Co. & R. K. Co. Stock.. 4,600 00 Total Assets Total liabilities... ,.$932,302 '.W .. 78,24 i'7 For details of investments, see small Cards and Circulars. Insurances may be effected in this old and substantial Company on very Iftvornbl terms, Apply to J. W. NEWBDRG, Agent. . IfsyDitellings and Farm Property insured for a term of years at very lw rates. JOB WORK OF ALL, ,J)JESCRIPJI0NS- . HIATLT . IXICDTKD , . , v At (he Democrat Office. Elegant lad - Substantial : . CABINET -WARE!"! AT PIUCES TO SUn THE TIM3. i . ' t- ZHE ery of hard times need not prevent those wanting good furniture from pur ling. Call at M. MATLOCK8, west end of th "Mill Store building, fouth west corner of the pnblie square, New Philadelphia. H has always on hand, from city manufactories, and promptly makes to order, all kinds of PLAIN & FAN! Y CABIXETTWAREI Comprising Bureaus, Tables, Stands, Cane & Wood Seat Chairs, Bed- ' stedds and Matrasses, Rooking -.Q lames and Looking Glass Plates. Also, large Olass for Picture Frames, Gilt Rose- Wood Mould ings, dx., dec, do. Je-He will furnish the trade -with various articles. of Finishing Matbbial, of good qual ity and at moderate prioes. 8fGlass for pioture frames, &o., cut to any site desired, as he keeps ft diamond for that purpose. I return thanks for past patronage, and re spectfully solicit a call from all those who want anything in my line. They cannot do better. ' M. MATLOCK. New Phila., April 4, 1862. -f- 1862;' 1862 WOOL WOOL. T. K. WILLIAMS & CO., FBOPBISTOBS OF TBI J. P, STEAM WOOLEN. FACTORY, H AVE now on hand and for sale ft good assortment of - CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, SATTINETS, FLANNELS, BLANKETS, STOCKING t " FANCY YARNS, Which will he sold oheap for CASH or ex changed for WOOL. . . " Wool manufactured into any description of goods, by the yard or on shares. ' ROLL CARDING. We have added another Roll Carding Ma chine, therefore will be acle to card for those coming from a distance the same day, but state positively that we will not card any wool if not well tub washed. Mu5!i mi spiraasa done tor 12 cents per lb., where the grease is found. Wool is to be in good condition, espe cially free of burrs. g$r Shawls, Dresses, Coats, Pants and Blankets cleansed and colored on short notice. Carpets, in ordinary condition, free of tacks, cleansed for throe cents peryord. Also, Blankets wabhed andbleached. T. K. WI6LIAMS & CO. New Philadelphia, May 23, 1862. CLEVELAND, OHIO. AVING taken the "American House" for a term of years, and having entirely re let and re-turnixhed it, desiring to make it oractically "A HOME," and trust Unit its future niiinujement, as rtgurdscomiurt, cicnnnness i . , :n : ,.u.... .rk.,!.... 1 nil aueunou, win lucriv im buiiiv in uuoiumoj ud the approbation of the travlmg public Hill of faro always tho beet the market will tt'l'ord, aud charges modi-rate. T. B UROCKWAY, Proprietor. August 1, ibOl Cm. Exrhame Hold. I FARMERS, and citiiens generally of Tus- ourawas and adjoining counties, will find .xcellent acromra'ndations, and bills as low as t nnll other mihlin hnne. at Ihn Einlialiffa ; Hotel, North -West corner of the public square New Philadelphia. They ure respectfully in- ited to stop and try the hxebanpe. A. T KAIr If. New Philadelphia, May 10, 1861. 'All quint on the. Potomac' and in New Philadelphia, except at mmm boot & shoe store, WJEKE everything in his line, of business mn he had on the most rea lonable terms. All kinds of Fine und Stons Boots, Morocco,- Cloth, and Calf skin Shoes, M oil siies and description, kept constantly on band and for sale, cheaper than ever. Call next door to the Arcade isuiiamg. ' JOHN 8TEINBACII. New Phila., May 23, 1802. $100.00 SOLDIERS' BOUNTY- GOVERNMENT will pay $100 00 bounty to the widow or nearest relative of those who die in tne service; aiso, pensions io au who are disabled while in the line or duty. The undersigned, having made arrangenents ith responsible parties at the seat of govern ment, has superior facilities forfiroeirriug 60LDIER8' BOUNTY, 1'JSNS1UNSV LAND WARRANTS, &c., and will give prompt attention to all who may desire his services. II. 1'. STUUlvn ULili, Attorney at Law. New Phila., Feb. 14, 1862. . BOUNTY MONEY AND BACK PAY. TTE have made arrangements io procure f Y from the Treasury Department at Wasmngfon, back pay and bounty money for the relatives of deceased soldiers, and for dis charged soldiers of the 61st and 80lh Ohio Regiments, and any such business will be at tended to promptly. Persons interested are cautioned ng.inst employing strangers at Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and Wash ington to make their application's, as many of these parties are irresponsible, and yon will lose your money. f READY 4 MITCHENER. New Pniladelphia, May 2, 1862. . DR. W.W.JANES, itrww vwMta io- Insert Teeth silver plate. . ' new inven Those desirinit Teeth Inserted -'tie, ing the roots extracted, osn av tffi-Olfice noxtdoor to O'Donn Drug Store, np stairs. ; June 27, 1862. tf. -j CHINESE Rat and Mouse Exti rpnlS is the season to kill I I Go to O'DONNELL ft MI Store and buy the Chinese Rat. It is Warranted to Kill everytW it. Try it. O'DONNELL Novr. 8, 1881. tf , Go toftaiff'i for Ht ALL KINDS OP HABDW Hardware Store, at RAIFF'S HABD1 New Phila., Jan. 8, 1801 A JUSTICES' BLANKS FOK ,,-AT THIS OFFICE. , JOSEPH WELTI, . ATTORNEY AT LAW, NEW PHILADELPHIA O., WILL give prompt attention toCallectioas, business of Executors, Administrators, and Guardians ! the procuring of Soldiers' Pen sions, Bounty sad Back Pay ; th Urining oi Deeds, Mortgages, and Contracts, sna to wi Aolioos Civil and Criminal, before th various Courts of Tuscarawas snd adjoining Coenties. Mr. Welty speaks both the German an Eng lish languages. Offioe in the Recorder's office. A.ft.Wt-.. ' W0M- NEELY A WOtP. NEW PHILADEBPHIA, OHIO. i i, SPECIAL attention will be given to Colle tions, Administrators and Guardians bns in ami Our 8. WoH is a Noterj Publio and will attend to drafting and taking acknowl edgments of Deeds, Mortgages, 0. September 6, 1861. ly ' J. B. BABNBILV CBOXTOB. BAHNI1IB0& CROXTON, tiW PHILADELPHIA wHIO, WILL practice in Tuscarawas snd sdjoin Ingcountiee. Special1 attention given to the business or fixeouiors, Aumiuioimiuro, and Guardians. ' Offioe opposite P ublio Offices. March 8, 1801. R'PAMHAUQH ft BAKTILSON, NEW PHILADELPHIA, 0HIO, WILL promptly attend to all business en trusted to them, in Tuscarawas and ad' ioinini Counties. BfiS" Offioe opposite, the Court House. February 10, 1859. READY Sl MITCHENER r TTORNEYS AT LAW, New Philadelphia, O, 1 Attention given to Collections,Sales of Land. Probate business, So. Offioe in Judy's briok row. noT "d A. T. Rbadt. C. H. Mitohiher. DENT All. Dr. W. W JANES, DENTAL SURGEON. - a-r T)I!"il perma 2is!fi -13 'y looutedi 6 igi'J3T.y'; plaoe, snd in re permanent- din tuts regular practice for the iut eight years, isconfident he can render entire satisfaction to all those nfliio ted with any of the various diseases of the mouth, lie n prepared to treat tuem in a sci entific manner. 1 Teeth from a single one, to an entire set, inser- 1 A1 CiniA fii Ivf, A, Plo tintt Plataa. aith. er upon atmospheric pressure, or with springs or olasps, as the oaBe may require, and from his large selection of teeth can please the most fastidious in taste, or suit the most difficult case.- Teeth filled with the "Crystal Gold,." or Gold Foil, to arreBt the progress of decay. He is also, familiar with all the Anaesthetic agents known to the Dental Profession, and extracts teeth without pain. All work war- a",ll Offioe second floor Eagle Block, New Phil adelphia, Ohio. Dcoember 28th, 1858. DR. H. S. STONE, DEXTALrBsCRGEOL NEW PHILADELPHIA, O. T REELING thankful for past favors, still tenders his services to all alllioted with diseased or deformed mouths, such as Diseased Gums, Ulcers, Tumors, Neuralgia of the Face and Uead Diseases ot the Antrum or ittaxiilary it: . r .l . Tt 1 I l'A't, .1. oiuus, iiseaaosui me l aiuie, u-reguiur teem, Deformed Palate, Hair Lip, and, in short, all diseases of the mouth or faceebming under the Dental practice. Teeth inserted in full or partial seta upon the latest aud most improved plan. Our motto if Exoehnor. Dr. S. has in nis possession, and is thorough ly ncqtainted with all the Anaesthetic ngente om to tnc uemai rroiession. nna can - tract teeth without pom Having many years expenenoe hopes to render entire Bathfaotion. All worK Wttrrnnteu. Office over the Exchange Bank. Beware of peddlirg Dentists. Refbrbnokb. J. C. Whinery.D. D. S., Sa lem, ().: W. T.Gustlu.D.D. S., StMarys.Oo. M. Barns, D. D. 8., Barnsville, O.; PrnfTcsBor Tlinmaa. Philadelphia. Pa. nov-18. 58.. MEDICINE. E. C. EEU IS, HI. D., HAVING made Surgery a specialty, will give due attention this branch of his profession. BgyOffico opposite Chopin's new store, New Philadelphia, O. May 2, '62. UK. J. D. OTIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ( I.nte of Navarre, Stark Co., O.,) HAVING permanently located in New, Philadelphia, offers his professional ser vices to the ciiiiuim of Tusoarawas Co. He is also Exacting Surgeon for Pensions. Offioe, same as lately ooenpied by J)r. Buell. N. B. Dr. O. speaks the English and Ger man languages. Jan. 24, '02. Dlt. O. O. SIXDB1V, PHYSICIAN MND SURGEON, SHANESV1L.LE, OHIO. PARTICULAR attention will be given to Surgical Operations and the treatment of Chronio, Surgical and Female Diseases. April 13, I860. . . MEDICAL NOTICE. "TR A. J. BUSBY would respectfully an I f nounce to the citiiens ol Ragersvillo and vicinity, that he has opeted an office for the practio. of Mcd;cine and Surgery in the abose named place, and tenders bis professional ser vices in the various branches of the profession. He -would ask atteution to the following cer tificates from distinguished practitioners : . baltimoes i;itv, aid., Marcn 1, 1BUI.. To all whom it may concern. This is to oertify that the bearer, Dr. A. J. Busby, bait attended one course of. our eliniole leotures, aud we find th Doctor well qualified to per form any operation that comes under bis no tioe. We would recommend him to the publio a being well qualified to treat any of the dis uses of ojii ountry , Given under onr bands this 17th day of March and year above dated. ' WM.iCNBARtt, M. D., Prof, of Fraotiesnnd Matereimetioa. ' . 8. SJilTH, M. D., - . Prof. ofSdrgery. To alT whom it may eonoern. This is to eertify that I am well acquainted with the er of this. Dr. Jackson Busby, who is locate tni your village. I have known ' '-rgorae 12 years, -and have found vninded, honorable man, and "ii physician he -iwr of the PATENT & ENAMELED LEATHER CAR risge Trimmings of all kind, at , ) Y RAIFF'S HARDWARE STORE. , lilcciia'nitai Branches, IRON & H00DLN. LEVER SCALES THE undesigned is now manufacturing and keeps constantly ca hand and for sale at his Shop In New Philadelphia, ft supply of Hay, 8took, Ore and Coal SCALES. . Farm ers snd others will be supplied with the above Soales on short and on reasonable terms. Those who have tried them would not do with out them for double their cost These Scales are durable, easily kept in order and are true in weighing. - -pa . ItaSr All work warranted. Apply to me at my shop east of the Publio Square snd near the Lutheran Church. w K. A. BLAIR. . New Phila., April t0, 1860. o , , ,. Mb .mm manufactory; - JOHN WINGER would return thanks to th publio. for the liberal patronage hereto-, for extended to him, and respectfully solicits continuance of the patronage of all who de sire anything in his line. He keeps the best of workmen and materials on hand, and can therefore warrant Carriages, Buggies, Sulkies, &c, &c, manufactured in the neatest and best style, and at prices that will defy competiticr. Come and extmine my work, and be .convinced. Farmers and others will please bear in mind that I alto manufacture ,, .,. ; LIGHT AND HEAVY WAGONS! at prices to correspond with, the hardness of the times. " J- RE?AIRINO also done to order and in a good and substantial manner. Ifcir Shsp removed a few doors North of my old stand; and near the new Methodist parson age. JOHN WINGLR. April 20, 1800. AT THB SIGN OF TDE "BIG WOT !' HAVING removed my Jewelry Store from the Eagle Block to Peter Williams' Block on the North East eorner of the public square, one door East of Minnloh & Warner's store, I would respeotfullyinform my friends and the public generally that 1 have opened a fine stock of entirely new JEWELRY, to which I invite their attention. - My stock consists of CLOCKS of every style, Gold and Silver WATCHES of various quality, Gold Watch Chains for ladies nod gentlemen, Lockets, Breast Pins, Fltger Rings, Pencils, Silver Spoons, Spectacles, sc., Sc. , oil of which I will sell nt the lowest possible figure. ggy Watches, Clocks and Jewelry carefully repaired, on the shortest notice and in the best manner. All work warranted. Cash paid for old gold and silver. Deo. 16. 1868. WM. NICHOLS. JOHN REX'j STOVE EMPORIUM cjtjrjii, nor n omo. THE Subscriber keeps constantly for Bale at hs establishment in Dover, on Facto ry st, STOVES OF ALL SIZES AND PAT TERNS, from the best manufacturers. He Is Determined E!vQk An'' assures his that none shall "'""j customeisthathe surprass him in ,iAt wilr not be under quality of stock. ft sold by any one. STOVES FOR WOOD OR COAL, for the Parlor or the Kitchen, the Shop or the Ued-room, ot all qualities and at any price. Pipe of any quality to suit the Stoves. A largo lot of Brass and copper Kettles, of all sizes, hammered und pressea. Also, a threat variety of Japanned Ware; and a splendid lot of Euamelled Kettles, of best quality, for pie Serving uud cookiug. ' A large lot of Stove blacking, a superior article. In short I have, in great variety, everything in my line of busi ness; all of which will bu sold nt wholesale or retail, on very reasonable terms. Farmers from the country, and all others,' ure solioitcu to can and examine my stock. JOB WORK, both in Copper und Tin, promptly executed. All staple articles of trade, and old Pewter, Copper and Brass, taken in exchange for work or any articles in my line. JOHN REX, Canal Dover, Nov.. 1861. P.lifEllUG! I'LASTEBIa'G!! 1111 E undersigned respectfully informs the citizens of Wew Philadelphia and sur rounding country, that be continues to carry on the flattering buxiness in all its branches Stucco work, (including Center Pieces, Cor nice, &u.,) Hard Finish, nnd Common Plaster ing, done fh the best style of the art, and on reasonable terms. . From long experience in the business, nnd having worked many years in the leading citiet sf the Union, I am enabled to assure the pub lie that all work done by me shall be well done. Having two good assistants, I nra, al so, enabled to do jobs as expeditiously aii mav be desired. JeiyAll orders left at my resids-tioe on Wa ter street, one square West of Broadway. New Philadelphia, O., will he promptly attended to. . JfcSSE HZOW1UUDGE, March 16. 1861. Important to Females ! Important to Femulesl! Important to Females ! ! 1 . Dr. ChteBemanVPill8 Dr. Chee8eman's Pills ! ! " Dr. Cheeseman's Pills ! 1 ! The Health and Life of Woman , IS Ountinually in peril if she is uiad enough to neglect ur maltreat those sexual irreg ulirities to which two-thirds of her sex are more or less subject. UnbKorjMAN S FILLS, prepared from the Hanie foruiula wbicb the inventor, COK NEL1US L. C1IEKSEV1AN,- M. i., ot New York, lias for twenty yean used uceesefiill. in an extended private practice immediately relieve without- pain, all disturbances of tin periodical discharge, whether arising from re luxation or suppression. They act like i. charm in removing the pains that accomnany difficult or immoderate menstnation, sad arc the only safe and reliable remedy for Flushes. Sick Headache, Pains in the Loins, Back nnd Sides, Palpitation of the Heart, Nervous Tre mors, Hysteries, Spasms, Broken fleer? and vjther unpleasant and dangerous effects of an unnatural condition of the sexnal funotioos. In the worst cases' of Flvob Aldus or Whites, they ertect a speedy cure. , m TOES i53 TOMS Da. Chsssbmah's Pills are offered as the oulj sare meant or renewing- interrupted menstru ation, but ' ltulies Must Bear fn Jtlind That oh that vsbt account, if taken when th interruption arises from natural causes, they will inevitably prevent the expected oft. . This CAUTION JS ABSOLUTELY ' rr such is the tendency of the ' 'tvil funotions of the For saieTJIl parties, ana pro-1 tliinK 1 & Miller snd JVand we will remain erg feel.- ' ' M- 1 ed opinioni, not thrf result of experience 1 reBolutiontt. 20: for 8 k P i- VIM (1 ft Kta :iM If : FINE ASSORTMENT OF CUTLERY, at 1 RA1FF S HARDWARE STORE. GdOD LOT OF CARPENTER TOOLS, at RAIFF'S HARDWARE STORE. JUMPS. CHAINS AND FIXTURES, at RAIFF'S HARDWARE STORE. G UM BELTING, OF ALL SIZES, at RAIFF'S HARDWARE, STORE 'RON, STEE"L. NAILS AND GLASS, at RAIFF'S HARDWARE STORE, H UBS,1 FELLOES, SPOKES, SHAFTS, Poles and Bows, -st- RAIFF'S HARDWARE STORE. II OPES, HEMP AND GUM PACKING, at RAIFF'S HAKDWAKE STUKK. H OUSE TRIMMINGS OF ALL KINDS, at RAIFF'S HARDWARE STORE. AXES, MATTOCKS, PICKS and nil kinds Edge Tools, at HAir P 3 UAKLMVAKtt BTUUb. AYER'S P A TTT A "R TTP wiii HxiXl 1 1VJ PILLS. Are yon ilck, feelile, nnd cniiiitlulniiiK? Ai t uu out of order, villi your vtum de nuifatl, ami om (if Hug unj coiiiloriiibifd Tltcite syuip li-ntKiin'oflcn Hie ntliide to wlmifi llliiuttH. tkmie lit of ilrktitiw (ncit'oliig J'u,l mill Hiiuiiiil In nvDiiuil by a timi'ly life of tlio right n-iu ctly. Tat;e Ayur'a NIK ami ck-nnsB iiit tUf ilUmileiel ltu iiKim purify the blood, null let tliu HiiIiIh uiovo on i(0"b titiiioti'd In henltli 4l(:niri. They mliiuiltite tho luiiclunH of tlio I Kitty into tIkoiohn nc- ttvlty, (unity tlio ityHtem Hem ilia nliMruiTiioim which luuke dlxflnM. A coM Bftttlrt miiihwIihw l the Iwily, nnd ob MnwU Itd iutiiiiil ruurllm.H. 'i'how, ir not relieved, reiict upon Ihi'mheii mid tlm iiirioiinillny orun, . to il m-lng Ki'iwnil nKKmviilioii, mtlfwriug, mul diwtwe. lllle 111 M1IH COHtlltlOII, fllinilKCtl mjt imu ilirimiruiiiiiin tnke Ayer'n 1'illn. nnd it how directly tliey nutora tho hind iii tritu of tho nyMom, nml wttn it me imtiynns ' 25 5l SSZ'SX 2? , of Iho deep m-iUwl nud rinneroiw Htm-oi-u Theenmo : Hir)tllUVU ItiiUl-l WJvrin iiiniiii wnwi ' tioiiH mul dtTiiiiKuiui'iiIrt of Ihe iintiiriil fimctliinii of the , limlv, thyiire i'.iplHy, mid nmny "f Iht'in mirely, cnrwl liy IhosnineitifnHit. Plono wnnnnmr uiu Tinnmw nmew 1'IIIa, will nofut In emtvjoy ilium wliuti miirming from the tlfwrrier th'y rure. ' Htiilfiniuite from lwlliiK iilirnldnu In mne of the principal clti., uud from olUumuH kuowu imblio per- j ious. Ftruna rhnoarflinff Merehtlitt fit 7fiii, &b. 4, 1866. I Pa. Aiku: Your IM1U nro Itm imriurun r.f nil Hint 1i prtiitt hi tmHrlim. Tlmy Imvo curul my llulv diitiKhtvr i of iili'crniiH Horbi Uhiii wv ImmU inn! fu-'t Hint Inul pntTod lilcumble for ywint. tier intiiiur Him lwi'ii ioiik nev- i niiHly nllllt'ti'tl with lilntchei mul pliUilttHm Imr Uin and 1 In Imr luiir. A ftoi nur child wtu ciirod, ulie also tiled yuur l'illi, uud they huvu curod lir. - A Family Physic Finn V K II. (Uiimiuht, H'fio Orl-iwu Ynnr l'illi nro Hie nrlnr of iiiritm. Tliulr rxflellml quiilitl.-e imrp;w uny cnlhurtlo w mik.w. They ore Itillil. itlH very ceruilii linn nmu nnni' lO'Volii, uliit li in.ikc llii'iu liividimblo Io nn in the diiily tri'iitiiiMtit of diwniivj. ' IIcaanclietSlrkIIeilnche,FoHl Stomach. J-Vw'M Dr. llto.n d Ifayit, UnUitimre. Prar It nit. A vmi I ouiiint nuiwer von wfmt nunpliilutf I Imfu cmt l willi ymr Nth Imttur limn tt tny ulUhnt t trtr ire tvitft a)ntiftntii mtdichie. plnce (irciit dcpi'ti deire on iiu PuVfitiml mtlnirtio In my dully content with illitniw, nnd Iwlii! viim nt I ihi Hint ymir I'HIh udord Ut lllf tiu4 wo hnvo,! of counw vuluu Ihmu highly. Pirmnintn, ln.. Mt 1, 1855. Pa. .T. 0. Atkil Sir: T hnvn hoen inpi'itlHlly cured of tint wint fauilm'.ftA uny body mil hnvu hy n deor Iwc of your Nllri. It ntH'iim Io urine (ioin u Ibul toniftcli, WlllcU lllPy fUllttllHO Ht HIIRO. V'iUiM with tjiwit lOHpert, KD. W. PRKnTjI?, Oerk of Strtmrr Clarvm. Billon Disorder Mrer Complaints JVnM. 2r Thttuion IMl,nSVio l'wfc Qly, Not only nro ynnr nils iidmiritMy udiintnl to their pur pose o nn Nwrlotit. but 1 dud lludr IhuicIIcIhI elToctsupon the LIvor very innrkiil iudu-d. 'I'lmy liuve In my prao tlce proved umru oirwliiHl for tho euro of bHimu oont plabUt than nny one rvimnly J kdh inoullon. 1 sincerely rejoice tlmt wo have nt liuiKlh n pHiUive.wliich is wor thy tint oouliduuue of the profusitiuu uud tlio tieoplf PKPAHTIIKHT OP TUX TrtTKMOR, WiiNhinutmi. I). V.. 7 Hi M I86il f SmtIl.nwnyourt lllHl.nuyKntiitlH'HM.Wplu praclrbodver unite you imido lliem,nuiUviuikit lioNtlule to suy tiiuy nro tlm Ust miiiHiiio wu uuipioy. Their itu- quvittljr Uiuy nnijt" tulmimlilo rumi-ily for UrmtlKt-uiunui luiiiin Hcirtm mi suv inur is iiiivh hum iHHuiuu, Liinw ur Ui:il urgitu. Itiilk-vu, I liiivu HulUom liiilml Hi-iiitvor ' ltiliiu diwM m olwllAHlu lliut It ilitl nut ruAillly yield 10 tlicui. irnujiiiallj )wn, AIA).i liAI.I,, M. II., JlijtioiuH itflht Nami tlnqiittiU Dyseutory, Dl.rrhota, Relax, Worms.. Kim Di'.J.fJ.Urtm.lf Vhiwgn.; Tour Pill litive IihiI a long Irlnl In my pnu-tioe, mill t lioltl tliuln lu VNtuuili us one of tliu boat iqwrjonni 1 Imn ever found. Tliulr nlleratlve elTuvt uiwii tlio llvur luiikm tlijini nn excellent rumedy, when glveu in Mlinll iltieeii tor tiiliiiiii tlgtctib-rii atui diurrhaa. Tlielr eiifcur-ciiiilliig miiki-it UiKiu vt-ry nt'ceiiUiblo and oouveuteut Air the uee of vroinell itud vliililreli. ' Dyspepala, Iininrltjr of the Blood. From itv. J. T. lima, itilr iiAduenl Cltmxli, Ombk. Da.Ari:nt I Unve uncil ymir I'lllvwiih ostiwrnllnsrv i liireeM In my fiifnlly einl hiiihii tliumi I am celluil to mt 1 III lIlKtl'IMM. T(t l,W,ll.l. Il. nt .llffM.ll..,, ftlul purify the bluml, llwy nra Ihu very beet ruineily I hn' ever kiiowii, ua 1 wu connu, inly rocoiiinieiui ilium u iuj uinuiM. Illuro, 1 ? UlHW. Waiw, WyemliiK f!o M. 1f,'Oot 14, IW5. ' Dl Sis: I niu imiuit ymir Uetliertlo '111 la my priu. tlce, nwl fltul tlium hii uxuullunt pnriiAtlvo to eloaaso the lynteiu aud fMrj tin JiinHbiim i tlmUnni. . - JOHN U. MKACIIAM, M.D. Conntlpatlon, CoMt.lTn.s., Jnpnr.aton Rlieuniallaiu, Uont, Meuraluw. Ut-op Parkl) ale, Fits, eto. flim Itr.J. I'. I'uMtaVN, J.,ntmil, Omnrfa. , Too ronoll cannot I anhl at your I'lll tar Ihe enra of onltii-nii-M. Ifiitltera nT our fMerully bare ITiiiimI Ilium na ulllcacliiiM na I hnvt, tbuy alinulil Jiil.n me in ih-ouIhIiii. Iiiic It fur .lite latnullt uf Die niultlMnlen who aiiuer ftoia tlmt eouliilaliit, whicli, ultluiiiaii bail enituull In llaelr. Ii the pmeulhir of ulbera tlmt ar woree. I latlluve M. . tirttm to iirltHiMte ill tin liver, but yuur affect that organ mul cure the Ulaeaoe. -' . Jt'K" -. . Prm Nn, X. sJuAri, Phydekm mid Vittwte, Jtoen. ! Undone or two l.riwiloiwa or yrtir I'llla, takei- at tlio nier lime, roulu..li.itn-,.nntlnor Hie Mi,ii, ! me. i U, n wlH.lly nr partially auipnaaeil, anil nlao very eifuctunl to rinmui the ttimack anil tti mrmt. They are so mueli tin beat phyita wa hava that I recouniieud po other Io oiy patietita., ..... fum tin Km. Dr. Ami a, n (as MiHittm Qui. fflurrt. PlUKl llotwit. STniiali,n.. .Tan. , IBM. Mosonni Bint I alinulil l niiKmlvriil-fnr Ihe relief your aklll baa brouglit tne if I illil not naairl my clue 10 you. A cold auttleil In iny IhtitMnnil broiiKlit ou excra cbuMng ttKMnibrie fMi, whkth muted In ekmufn rfcrwiaa (UM. Nntwilliataniliug I had Uie Iw4 r phrairlnns. Hi. dieanae p ew wnraa and weirae. mitll liv the aiirice of your exeallenMurent In llaJUniim, llr Hackeinlej 1 tried your Pille. 'I lielr effucta were slow, lmt Mire. Ily peraftverlug to lbs aaa of them, I ui now entirely well. : flmvs Ommki. Raton Ronje, U 5 Dm. l8(f. ' TJ. Avsn : T luive been entirely citrutl, by ynur IM1U, of ItheumiAit fcte palnlul diaenae Hint linil afllietrd ma foryeara. .. . . ..i..,, . . VINQKNT UDBIJ, -Mot of th. PIIU In mnrket contain Mercury, which, altliniutb n valuable remedy In eklihil hanila. hi aanfrerona In a pnlnlo iilll, frmn the drmdrul Cnnae. that rreriuently fnl..w ita llicautloiiaju.e, Theee arrury or p.ilu,i-Hl aulnnjince whatever. w ill lumvn XbiaA-Ta 5 Boxes for $1 rert n incrrrrr-o. u.-. and more watehrl to- hntl , - - r - And It teit-a Ctiea (Hindi en foien, " Fer Ut ikoli kudka Cottimt k n. hnvo been introduced to the publio for mora . than six years, nnd hart acquired uo . 1iVVffcW8, 8oMV!l.W.V, far exceeding any Family Mediolnes- of similar nature in the marxet. 1 . ... An appreciating publio wasot long ia ' discovering they possessed remarkable and hence their ... and consequent profit to the Proprietor, thus -enabling him to expend of. dollars each year in advertising their merits, and publishing the which have been showered upon him front , W. j.tvf N.W CowmyVc. Tlie peculiarity of the . . , is that they strike at the root of Disease, by eradicating every partiole of impurity for the life and health of the body depends uPon thB Pur't7 ' l'ie hlood. jf the Wood is poisoned, the body drag )Ut a miserable existence. . ibese meatainet . CeevY.c, . for ouring ' Scrofula, Syphilis, . Skin (Jltscasss, Old Sores, Sail JJteum, IfhewmatUm, (Dyspepsia, Siok Headaoht, Liver Complaint, Fever and fis"t lenoorrhaia, Female Complaints, &y8ipelas, St. Jlnthony's Fire, , . Tumors, Eruptions, Fits, Scrofulous Consumption,- to'.' ' ' I ONEpersnn writes, her daughter was cured of fits ot nine yearn' standing, and St Vitus' dance of two years. ANOTHER writes, his son was cured after his flesh had almost wasted away. 'ihe doctors proriOUQCed thfl CaSO IDCnrft bio. ANOTHER was cured of Fever and Agu after trvinir every medicine in his reach. ANOTHER was cured of Fever Sore which had existed fourteen year , ANOTHER of Rheumatism of eight years Cases innumerable of Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint could be mentioned in which the Purilier and Pills ... are the most active and thorough pills that hnve cvor been introduced. . Thoy act so directly upon the Liver, excit ing thnt orsan to such nn extent as that the Bvtttem dons not relapse into its former con dition, which is too npt to be the case with simply a purgative pill, 'lhcy aty really a "BVook Tacv Yy which, in conjunction with the will euro all the aforementionod diseases, and, of themselves, will relieve and cure Headache, Costiveness,- . ' Colio (Pains, Cholera Jtorbue, , Indigestion,' Pain in tht Rowels, (Dizziness, eta. Try these medicines, and you will never regret it. . '! Ask your neighbors, who have used them, and thoy will say they are Ctoo "e,t5iA.tvwft, and you .should try them before going for a v f p . . , kmannn Af m. nML physician. ' uu' ftont, ana reiiu the certificntea, pod if you hiivfl CVeP U0Uut6Q VOU Will ,J ' Aa n proof thnt the Blood" Purlfler and Pllb are pnreiy vegelnl'le. J Intve tlie cerlincntea of .thoae eniluont chem lata, 1'i uHora Chilton of N. Y.,and Lockoof Ctnrina Rend Dr. Itolmck'a Spcolal Notlooa and OertlflrltM pnb llsli.'il ill a connplcuoua larl of tliia l'Aier from tttne to .,' Price of tlie Senndinnvian Vogelnlile niood'pnrlffcr, $1 j.r ImiIiIu, oririporhairduzen,. Of llioa-AiidlnnvUin Veg. viable HIihhI PilM, 2A centa atr box, or 8 leixei for St. I't1eMvil timue and ftiloarnnin, No. B rVmt Fourlli Bt., ;, iitiililinic from M:tin 8t Cincinnati, O. LaWhtory, Mo. tS Uhaiuwad tltrtat.' : :j , ) ;'. . ,. - FOR SALE BY ' John I Slniib, New I'liiladBlpbiii; P P. iuffer, Siinityville; II. v. Ktitsely, Tienton; 'Xbas. EchM-Uler, Ullnnenllll'tcn; N;,.Kj iHipkins. Uhrichnville: T 11 Build, New Cumberland; Philip Limning. Qillmore; H. C: Miliori, Pt VVufhinglfliu Vim B. Scolf, Nv Cerrterstowni Demulb & Biokart, ,. Cannl Jnver;. John M. Peetre, Boliv, r; and hy Druggists nd Mer chants generally throughout tjie0tury. Ti:ACIIERS'""EXAiNATO?r EXAMINATIONS In the Comtnoii tritnchei will be held on the first und.tbiVttSatur dny'of .each of the mouths, of JUarchpril, May, August, September and October, and on tho first Kiiturdny of each of -tht'mdarth of January, Februry, June, July,ipn?ember snd Ut'oemucr; and in the Higher uraucbe. od tne fourth Saturday of each of the months' t)f Jan uary, April, July and Ocwberi Noi.per.on mil be examined oftener than twice insnTSix months, nnd no certificate villi be irtif'' pt rupon publio examination. ' SnttefH - it- ten . testtmouials:n moral i onsracter Wftt D :.! i -ii ' ' ' . J t J reuuireu in an cuBea. - ' '' "'J. L. Mr-lLVAlNii,"'') i.!t H. H. P()RTW,Tt.M1& S. M'lUUDE, - . , . Examiner.:, ' N.-J3. Teachers are required t ome pre pared 'with stationary,! as the eiajaination will all b written, , j- I AM now located tn , New Philadelphia and will at all times be in readiness W attend . all the ditties of the onloe of County Survey- , or tiiat may be entrusted to mej wiihcnre and r,, correctness. I have now an entire new set of '-' inHtrnmentn fnr rlniifo- tha mayt itiffinnlt Rnr. ATfETIO,SrOUTSJIEM .m i "ILL PAT CA8H at my ofijc, In Canal """Wfl.Jbr .all kind of shipping fur pMusk Rat, Skunks;, ,a4 four others who are on (jNEWBURQH,, , & :t.