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rBIDAT,- -May 1, 1863. New Advertising Rates. The following prioM of odvertiaing hove been agreed npon by th publisher of papers la New Philadelphia, to take effeot from and after January 1, 1868; One square (12 lines or lata.) one inser tion.......;.. .......... $ 1.00 Oae square (12 linos) each subsequent . insertion 60 One square (12 lines) three month 3,00 do do six months 6,00 do do twelve months.... Two squares, three months do - six months do . twelve months Three squares, three months... do ' six months do twelve months Professional cards, one year Divore' notices, not exoeeding 24 lines, always to be secured or paid in od Tanoe .i 8,oo .8,00 12,00 8,00 11,00 15,00 6,00 6,00 Each additional ten lines 2,00 . Attachment notices ,.. 2,00 Administrator's or Executor's notices... 2,00 Business notices, in local, column, ten lines or less ' Tabular advertisements will be charged 1,00 at double price - . Announcement of marriages and deaths free .-!-. C. E. MITCHENER, -i Publisher Democrat. PATRICK & WILSON, ,, .Publishers Advocate. County Officers. Auditor Jitssi D. Elliott. Treasurer Hssrt Anderman. ' Clerk John Lauohead. '. Probate Judge Oliver P. Tatlob. . Sheriff Pdilip Getzman. Recorder Asboet Inslet. Prosecuting Attorney D. W. Stahbauu r. 8urveyor Isaac Amorl. ' Commissioners Jacob Houk, 8amtjbl Sohweitjer, JoHH 0. ZlITAVERN. Money from the 107th. Mr. John Am, of this place, has re ceWed packages of money from the 107th for the following persons: Goshen Samuel Lenenbercer. PhilliDsburir John McCormick, S. Branne, John Schwab, Christian Hof, Jacob Kutscher, James Ellwood, -Jacob Kaffer. Stonecreek Christ. Lehman, Benja mln Baser. York Robert Kappas. Strasbnrg Ludwig Backer. Bolivar Mrs. Rachel Uosoeld. fTWo notice by the Statesman, that a call has been issued calling the Democratic State Convention on the 11th of Jane. We will give the appor tionment of delegates next week. "We hope the Coshocton Demo crat, Mt. Vernon Banner and other pa pers who copy oar compilations of the political hiBtory of the day will gi ve db credit therefor. They have the same opportunities for getting It together that we have, but not doing bo, they ought to gve the laborer his due. ISP" A. man named. Thos. B. Camp ' bell of Kentucky, was tried and found .; guilty in Cincinnati on Montjay, of be f ing a spy. He was sentenced to be con i yeyed to Sandusky iu irons and there to ibe,hang on the 8th inst., at 3 o'clock. "I3ie La test War News. "News from E'ooker's army is to the ef fect that continual skirmishiug is going on, but no signs of a decisive battle on the Rappahannock. In North Caroli na.General Foster has got out of the trapet for him by the rebels, and has driven them back. At Charleston preparations are said o be making for another attack. . "On the Mississippi below Vicksbnrg, Gen. Banks' forces have whipped the rebels in-several several skirmishes and taken some 1500 prisoners. Gen. Grant is planning and arraying his men and gun boats for the taking of Vicksbnrg. At Corinth and vicinity heavy skir mishlng has been going on and a num ber of rebels taken and killed'. - In Missouri the Union forces are dri--ring the rebels before them, killing and taking many prisoners. In Tennessee Bragg and RosKrans' are marshaling for a great battle, and in several severe skirmishes tho Union forces were victorious In Western Virginia Stonewall Jack son has torned up, and has destroyed the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad from Camber'and to Grafton, taken Morgan town and threatens Wheeling and Pitts burg. Great excitement exists at Wheel ing and Pittsburg, bnt it is supposed the Union forces sent from Ohio and Pennsylvania will drive the rebels back, And save those cities from pillage. How to Gain Promotion. ' The surest way to gain promotion in the army Is to' write letters for pnblioa- , tioh, abusing the Democracy, calling them "Butternuts," "Copperheads," and "Rebel sympathizers." By forwarding marked copies of the paper, containing each letters to Davy Tod, Nd Stanton, and TTncle Abe, "the parchment" rarely fails to come. This .thing is now so well understood, that the boys consider ' it a good "Joak." - Ml'. Ver. Banner.. , . ' ' """ 3pThe tone of the editorials in the Richmond papers is desponding, and " great complaints an made of the depre- datlons of soldiers. - Grea( Defalcation. ( .. G. W, Howtand of the 10th Massa i chusetts, Actibg Brigade Quartermaster, the defaulter of whom vague paragraphs have bten afloat, has been arrested. It 1 is supposed his defalcations will amount : ito over $100,000; $1,500 have already ." been re99Tercd.-.ftncinni (jlaze(le, ..' ' ' .i: ' - .1 Ttang Mea'8 Democratic Clutk of GosheB Township. ' W trm iinrWairnerV T)pmnr,r,ii ' . do favor the onrflWtion of avWl men's Democratic Club, to support the Constitution and Government of the United States in all Cpnsti tutional measures for the suppres sion of thi3 rebellion, and to advo- cate the principles of true Demo- cratic government astheonly means of restoring the Union as it was: J. D. Laughead, C. E. Mitehener, 0. H. Hoover, Fred. Walter, J. 1), Elliott, A. U. Burton, John Anderson, . Christ. Krieg, Fred. Feller, rhilip Gerrold, James McFadden, Kobt. Copeland, John Condon, John Stifiter, E Rothschild, L. F. Messerly, John Howard, . Peter K. Shutter, John Laughead, G. W. Dougherty, . Jesse. Landes, J. W. Pepper, J. B. Kmsely, A. Sluthour, Geo. 8tirner, Joseph Voshelf, Wm. Carlisle, B. Stempfly, John Weaver, John Kaderly, Christian Feil, G. W. Kitch, Jacob Sloughman,. C. Tschanen, C. Sums, Philip Gintz, Geo. Eibert, N. Veil, Jacob Eichel, John Am, John Mueller, John Kuenzli, Peter Fahrney, John Kaserman, John Qeiser, Gotleib Geiser, J. Albright, Karl Baum, John Sluthour, James Magee, Saml. Obrecht, J. A. Thompson, Isaao Angel, E. Goodrich, A. W. Patrick, D. W. Stambaugh, E. Laughead, Christian Hoselton, Geo. Arnold, B. F. Helwig, Wm. H. Hykes, Wm. Havener. 8. Roufer, Hugh McDonongh, David Ashbuugh, John Reed, John B. Reed, H. W. Cribbs, S. A. Myor, . II. W. Havner, Androw Harmon, . W. F. Ridenbach, Michael Raleigh, Solomon Ashbaugh, Jesse Strowbridge, Adam Reardon, J. 51. Lowe, J. Patrick, jr. Sherrod Kickette," John A. Jlimes, E. A. Smith, Sairuel Havener, Jacob Crim, C. H. Mathews, C. Bingbaus, Godfrey Schoch, Frederick Schoaf, P. 11. Copcland, John F. Lees, Joseph Sewoll, 0. W. Knisoly, Henry Burton, James Helmickja Jacob B. Cordrey, George Fairless, William Spencer, Joseph R. Amy, Robert C. MclSeth, D. D. Heller, F. Wra. Schuets, Lewis F. Hykes, S. Finkenbiner, John Lees, Sr. John W. Thompson, Wm. W. Burton, Lewis Rhodes, Dennis Burnes, Philip Sniitley, Jacob Zabler, Albright Stempfly, Jnmes Conn, Fred. Kienze, Micbeal Rikerd, . John Stinebaoh, Alioheal Englehnrt, Geo. Eoglehart, D. C. Dorsey, John Englohart, Geo. W. Sloughman, John Schawb, Wm. Karnes, Geo. Herbst, Benj. Rothschild, John Trachsel, C. H. Mitehener, P. W. Himes, G. 1). Redman, Lewis Zellner, Robert Parks, 1. L. Dye, John Kindt, Z. B. Ricketts, Israel Newport, Ed. Hall, C. M. Hummell, David Rummell, Andrew Crim, James Forbes, Wesley Walton, James Reardon, William Waters, G. W. Crashaw, William Brown, Johnson McDonoOgh, John Abbuehl, William Fairless, J. E. R. Strewn, John Newport, IV. R. Mcllvaino, Samuel Stempuey, Christian Jaberg, Benedict Schwab, Adam Knodel, F. Gekeler, William Petors, C. Stempfloy, Proceedings of the Young Men's Democratic Club of Goshen Tp. The Young Men's Democratic Club met at the Court Houao on Saturday evening, April 25, and was organized by calling J. D. Elliott to the Chair, and appointing C. H. Mathews Secretary. , On motion of James Patrick, Jr., the Chair appointed the following Commit tee to draft res'olatfonB embodying the sentiments of the Club: James Patrick, Jr., C. II. Mitehener. and J. B. Reed. On motion the Chair appointed the following Committee to draft a Consti tution and By-laws : G. W. Dougherty, C. II. Mathews, James Patrick, Jr., Jacob Yoong, D. W. Stambangh. On motion, the following Executive Committee was appointed, consisting of G. W. Dougherty, C. P. Mitehener, A. Crim, P. Copeland, John Arn. After a few well-timed remarks from D. W. Stutnbuugh, Esq., the Commit ttee on resolutions made the following report, which were unanimously adopt ed: Whereas, .We, tbo members of the Youiig Men's Democratic Club of Gosh en Township, knowing that the history of the Democracy of Ohio is a record of unceasing and unvaried devotion to the Union of the States, ever fulfilling the injunction of the Father of his Country, "to cherish it cordial, national and im movau'c attachment to it, accustoming themselves to thiu!: nd speak of it as the palladium of their politico! safety and prosperity, watching for its preser- fvation with jealous anxiety, disconnte nancing whatever might suggest even a suspicion that it could in any event be abandoned, and indguantly frowing up on the first dawning of every attempt to alienate any portion of oar country from the rest, or to enfeeble the sacred ties which link together the various parts," do there-tore Resolve,- 1st: That inasmuch as the Democracy ever have performed their whole duty iu the maintainance of the Constitution, the Union and the rights and liberties of the people, we have an abiding confidence in the integrity, wis dom and statesmanship of that time-honored party. ' - 2d. That while we will, as heretofore, disconrage all mere factions opposition to the Administration, and will contiu ne to give onr earnest support to all proper measures to put down the rebel lion, and will make all the allowance that tha necessities tf the case require of good citizens, we protest' againBt all violations of the Constitution of our fathers and bold sacred our right to free speech, free press and a free ballot box. 3d. That we are the devoted friends and warm advocates of the Constitntlon and the Union, and that we have no sym pathy for Abolitionists or Secessionists, regarding them as the enemies of the Constitution as it is and the Union as it was, and as the sole originators of the canses which have torn asnnder and drenched in blood onr once happy land. 4th. That our brave soldiers, Who have voluntarily exposed themselves to , all the horrors of war, and with their I strong armi and bold hearts are taming i baek 'tle ti(ie of battle tli4t woulJ oth" I erw'se crush and destroy us, art entitled j 10 .00f . wmMt ftelln8 r Kttade, ana their families and lored ones at hnmn in mit Anrnaor iimnolnv and nnr ' ." "PP" "1 ' J Sth Th.it lha l....nt 5th.. Thut the extravagant acts", of the last Congress, in entailing npon the people some four hundred Increased of ficers in assessors and collectors of the national taxes, at a cost of millions of j dollars all which might have been sav ed by authorizing the national tax to be collected by the different State govern ments is an enormity too (treat for the f ffpKlE people to bear iu sileuce, and we pledge rywhere to come np and demaud a cur tailment of these useless officers, and put a stop to such a wholesale squan dering of the public money, to enrich political partisans. 6th. . That the wholesale corruption and plunder practiced by too many of our officials at the present time, in at tempting to enrich themselves and their political coadjutors at the expense of and distraction to our exhausted and bleed ing country, deserves the severest con demnation and bitter execration of all honest and true patriots. 7th. That we believe that had Gen eral McClellan not been deposed of his command by the Abolition influence at Washington, he would, ere this, have crushed out the rebellion and restored the Union. 8th. That the Democracy look to McClellan to yet save our country and become its President, and thereby brini? this now unhappy people back to their former unity, happiness, peace and pros- On motion, the proceedings were or dered to be published in the Ohio States man and Ohio Democrat. On motion, the Club adjourned to meet on baturday evening, May 9th. J. D. ELLIOTT, Ch'n. C. H. Mathews, Sec'y. For the Ohio Democrat. Mr. Editor: My attention has been called to a letter iu the Advocate from three young men in the army, touching my answer to your enquiry of 27th March as to the political complexion of the Tuscarawas boys iu the 5 2d Ohio, &c. I do not think they intended to misrep resent me, but are simply mistaken, and i must set them right. I have voted in this country 28 years, and have had some opportunities of knowing the politics of men. I aided day and night to get recruits to 611 that company In the 52d, and went with them to Camp Denuison, and conversed with every man in the company. When it left New Philadelphia it had 108 men, who would have been an honor to Napole on's Life Guards. At Camp Dcnnison the authorities razeed the Company to 96 men, the other 12, some being put into other companies and some returned home, Now divide 96 by 2 and it leaves 48 This number, I stated in my answer, were Democrats, for 1 said one-half were Dem ocrats. I maintain that my statement is correct. They are now in tho tented held, undergoing the hardships of war, in defense of the liberties of our beloved country. May the God of victories lead them on, and when the last battles are fought, and our glorious stripes and stars again wave in triumph over this our glorious inheritance, may they all return safe unto the peaceful homes of their beloved parents, wives, brothers aud sisters, there to be embraced for the good service they have rendered to our coun try's cause. JOHN HOWARD. A Democratic Soldier Speaking lis Jlind. Extract of a letter from James Tru' man, dated Brentwood, Tenn., April 20' 1863, a soldier of the 52d: . "The returns of the spring elections in unio give us new life, aud it seems from tho Ohio Democrat of the 10th, that the fraudulent letters published in the Advocate are operating against their authors. Even old Warren has redeem ed herself. The Republican boys who had been calling us "Copperheads" all the time, dropped their heads when thoy read the Democrat and heard from Tus carawas. "After this rebellion is put down, I shall have to re-enlist when I get home, first to beat ome of the out of some of the Republican leaders for starting so many lios and abuses on the Demo cratic party, colling it the pretended Democratic party, Copperheads &c It is hard enough to undergo the fatigue of a soldier, without being abused with such slang, by such men at borne, while we have to fight here and have no chauco to defend ourselves there. I am strug gling iC restore the Union, and I don't want to be derided by Buch skupks at home." . . Income Tax. Every farmer or planter will be re quired to make return of the value of the. produce of his farm or plantation,' without deduction for the labor and ser vices of himself and his family, or for any portion of such produce consumed by himself and family. Whenever persons liable to assess ment of income tax shall neglect or re fuse to make the lists required by law, or when the lists mSde and tendered to such persons shall not be accepted by the assessor or assistant assessor as just and proper, it shall be the duty of such assessor or assistant assessor-to make lists for such persons according to the best information be can obtain. .Persons so assessed.may take oath or affirmation as to the amount of income and deduc tion therefrom. Farm produce which the producer had on hand on the 31st day of December, 1862, must be appraised at itsmarketabie value on that day. JSpTwo dollar Treosury bills alter ed to twenties were largely circulated in the East last week. It is stated that the afterations were so successfully done that the closest examination was necessary to detect the frand. Twenty dollar gov ernment bills Bbould be closely Inspect-, ed before tbev are taken. Bv holdincr the counterfeit bills before a gtronir liorht the alterations may be detected. A Republican Paper says all the Operations ol tills War are Managed by political swind lers. The Republicans tell, as that "contrac tors have have carried otr the war. The !i0I?r'?lthlf the tears of the orphan and the wails of the widow, have been coined into mon ey. They have swindled the Government out of hundreds of millions They have piled fortune on fortune, as a distinguished officer at Washington writes us,' all the operations of this war are even managed by political swindlers," says the New Haven Courier, (Republican,) and yet Democrats are , required to sustain all this corruption, or be denounced as "Copperheads,." "traitors." "rebel sym pathirers," &c. Boston Post. ' Soldiers ICejoiciiisr over the new lroui Ohio. A gentleman who holds a high posi tion in the Federal service, writes to the senior editor of this paper a private let ter, from which we make the following extract: "I am rejoiced to hear such good news from the Democracy of Ohio. If you wish to encourage the soldiers, tell them of the gains we have made, and a smile lights Up the war Btained visage at once. There is no doubting the way things will go when these boys got back. Colonel we have a "good lime coming," and it is not far distant." Hilhboro Gazelle. The. K. . C. in Indiana. The Indianapolis Sentinel, of the 21st inst., says: We do not believe that Buch an order exists in Indiana as the Knights of the Guidon Circle, or having as a basis, the objects of that organization. Now it is the height of folly to assume that such an organization exists in Indiana or in any other Stato in the North. There can bo no possible motive for organiza tions to have in view tho objects and pur poses of the Knights of the Golden Cir cle. There can be no more loyal citizens than the Democracy of Indiana. , Party Proscription. A great number of army officers have been discharged from the service for re fusing to endorse radical. Abolitionism and official imbecility and corruption. Men thus discharged are rendered hon orable in the sight of honorable men Give us the man who dares to speak his honest sentiments, regardless of money or position. General Hooker'l Purpose. -The Washington correspondent of the Bos ton Herald writes uuderdate of the 15th. General Hooker, it is stated, has the fullest confidence of the success of his army, and the other day. said to Attor ney Goneral Bates that he was confident of victory. "I do not merely desiro to defeat the enemy with this army," said he, "for any General can do that. My purpose is to defeat, demoralize or cap ture tho whole lot break them np en tirely, so that they cannot reorganize for another stand." Rebel Raid into West Virginiu. New York, April 29. A Pittsburg telegram of the 28th says: The latest intelligence from the sceno of the rebel raid reports the rebel force at Morgan- town only eight hundred strong, and supposed to be the same party of guer rillas who have been endeavoring to damage the Baltimore and Ohio railroad. Tho excitement is abating. -Telegraph communication is perfect between Wheel ing and Grafton. Other reports state that a deputation from Uniontovn, Pa., had arrived at Pittsburg to get men and arms to resist the expected raid. Another report, that the rebels had entored Washington, twenty-five miles from Wheeling, was discredited. ,t Convention of Wool Growers. A convention of wool growers, quite largely attended, was held at Cleveland last week.- The principal topic discus sed was whether shearing sheep should be done before or nfter washing. After a careful consideration of the question, it was resolved that the practice of wash ing sheep bo abolished, because, First It permits of early shearing, which se cures a greater quantity of wool, a long er staple and better condition of sheep and lambs, through the year. Second of the exposure to contagious diseas es, such as scab, foot rot, &c, in places trequentcd by diuerent (locks to be wash ed. Third it is nn expensive, nnplcas ant job, and unhealthy for both man aud sheep. Fourth that the manufactu rer must cleanse the wool at all events, and ho can do it cheaper than thecrow- er. Fifth That it is to the interest of wool growers to pnt their unwashed wool iii as good condition as possible, bv keeping their yards wall littered, and by throwing awav ail the filth that can be separated from the wool. Si Jth some lots of wool are more gross aud gummy than others, therefore no rate of deduc tion could be agreed npon, suitable to all grades and classes, bat that each lot should be bought upon its own merit for quality and condition. Seventh As generally practiced washing is of little or no improvement to the fleece. Wool markets. ' In Boston the market for domestic wool, during the past week, is reported by the Plowman as having been dull, and prices eased off about 5c. per lb, in some instances, although many leading Holders are not ottering, and look for a more active market and higher prices. The sales of the week were 165,000 lbs at prices ranging from 75 to 92c. per lb, as to quality, including some choice Ohio fleece at 82k. and 85c. is now the out side figure for the best lots of fleece, and 90c. for extra pulled. There was a large attendance upon the Boston wool auction, on the 14th, and 380,000 lbs, and 1027 bales were offered. The prices realized are not reported. In referring to this sale, the New York Shipping List remarks : "It is dimcnlt to make a com parison of the above sale with the tran sactions of the past few weeks, as many of the lots offered were of uncertain quality, and their value bad to be. fixed by a close examination. Some of the lots, of domestic sold fully up to last weed's prices, and many .of them were from 3 to 5 per cent, under the current rates of last week. 'Lower prices may be established generally on domestio wools In consequence' of the sale, bat the ralne of wool, and io fact, all kinds' f cbaodhc, d'epends now more par- ticulnrly on the rates of gold, and this article has been tending upward for a day or two past." Mew York Cattle market. The current prices at all the yards were for Beef Cattle, first quality $11 50 to $12 50, ordinary $11 to $11 50, common $10 50 to $11, inferior $10 to $10 50. Sheep, extras per head $10 to ?12 75, prime $7 25 to $8. ordinary 70 to f7 2, common $6 25 to $6 75, in ferior $6 to $G 25. Hogs, corn fed heavy $5 50 to $5 75, light and middling $4 50 to $5 37, still fed $5 to $5 25. The receipts were, Cattle 4245, Sheep ilil, nogs II,40U. - - - - . Produce Alurket. la New York, the Flour Market on Tuesday was heavy with a decline of 5 to 10c. Extra round hoop Ohio $7 to $7 20 for trade brands $7 25 to $8 10. Wheat was dull and prices Dominal no sales reported. Corn Was in fair de mand at a decline of lc. and shipping mixed western selling at 87 to 89c. . Price of Specie In New York. 01)1,1). I SILVER. New Am. Gold. 1 45 New Am. Silver ' 13M Old do. 1 GOIOld Am. Half Dol 1-13 Viot. Sove'ens 6 90 " Quar. " 140 Old Sovereigns 0 OOjEnglisli Silver 6 50 Twenty Frauos. 6 50 Span. Dola. perft 1 45 TenTualors 11 00 Specie Dollars 140 Ten Guilders 6 CO Mexican Dollars 1 60 Sp. Doubloons 23 00 Five Franc Pieces 140 Putriot in i'l 50!German Crowns 1 45 Ik iik of England NotesjFrench do 1 45 "US. sterling 6 90 Thnlors 90 Span. Silver, oi. 1 60 All Important Event to Happen Twenty-Three Years Hence. The date of the end of the world is satisfactorily fixed for the year 1886. There is an ancient prediction, repeated by Nostradmus in his "Centuries," which says that when St. George shall crucify tho Lord, when St. Mark shall raise Him, and St. John shall assist at His ascen sion, the end of the world shall come. In the year 1886, it will happen that Good Friday falls on St. George's day, Easter Sunday on St. Mark's day, and Holy Thursday, or Ascension Day, will be also the feast of St. John the Bap tist. - J3rGen. Butler thinks the Ameri can people onght to reject the Constitu tion framed by Washincton, Jefferson and Madison, and adopt one improved I oy Sumner, (ireeley and Garrison. UST'Slaves are advancing in price like everything else in the Sooth. They now bring some $2,000 a piece. Don't forget the Tuscarawas Farmer's Club meeting on Monday the 4th inst. Milton, Stark Co., O., Aug. 6. Dr. C. W. Koback Sir: Being afflicted for some ten years, with that awful disease, Iu flnmmatory Rheumatism, and various other diseases, after all other mcdioal aid had failed, 1 was perfectly cured in a few weeks, by the use of your Soatidinavian Blood Purifier and Pills. I therefore -take great pleasure in re commending your medic inc8 to tbo publio for sucn aiseasos. lours, respectfully, Mrs. BARBARA FREED, See advertisement in another oolumn. SPECIAL NOTICES. NOTICE. All persons are hereby warned against driv ing on tho tow-path of the Ohio Canal, as the penalty of tho law will be rigidly enforoed" against nil who do it. - . April 17, '63. K. H. NUGEN, Supt. New Philadelphia Mills. Philip Gitura has rented the New Philadel phia Mills, and is prepared to do all kind of merchant and custom work. He' will keep mill feed always on hand. ' Give Philip a cilli all you who want good flour. April 24, 1863. Custom Milling at Blake's Kill. Having rented this Mill and procured one of the very best millors in the West, I am pre pared to do as oooo wok. as any mill In the State. A. BEYER. April 17, 1868. UfafS. Uarhount is now doicg all kinds of oustora work at his mill,- in Canal Dover. There, those who are desirous of having good flour and work promptly done, can be accom modated. TIXVIB TABLE or TUB CLEVELAND P1TTSBUKGII BAIL ROAD, "df H3 Commencing April 20, 1863. Train leaves New Philadelphia as follows: 7.30 A. M.; arrives at Bayard 10.80 A. M.; Cleveland 7.80 P. M.j Pittsburgh 8.20 P. M, BETURNINO. ' - Leaves Pittsburgh at 12.40 P. M.; Cleveland at 8.20 A. M.; Bayard at 4.45 P. M arrive at New Philadelphia at 7.80 P. M. J. N. M'CULLOUGH, Pres't, F. R. Mvees, Gen. Ticket Ag't. DENTISTBY. Da. )V. W. Janks will be at James Scwell's Hotel In C&uZl Dover every Monday. Those wishing to avail thoraselves Of his professional services should call early- See small bills and references. May 9, '62. Sr. Hazlett's Oough Syrup I The Best' Medicine jor Coughs, Colds Hooping, Cough and Consumption. Price, i!6 aud 50 cents. Large bottles hold two ' and i times as much as the small ones. BOLD BT ONI'AOBNT IN BAOH TOWN. Col. Hodge, of Bolivar, O., sayo, (June, '61, ) "Dr. Hailett: Your Cough Syrup, obtained of you two years since, aoted like a charm, it relieved me immediately. I have never need anything equal to it.". . Mr. Joseph Painter, of Pike Township, Stark Co., 0., says (Jan., 1861,) "We use Dr. iianett s uougn oyrup tor wnooping Cough. We never had a better medicine in the house." Mr. l'eter McKinney, of Sparta, 0.. has for years beeu arllioted with asthma. He say (June, 1861.) "Dr. Hazlett t Coueh Svrun h&a relieved me more than anything else." Mr. Theodoro" Noble, of Pittsburgh, Pa., formerly proprietor of the Philadelphia Mills, says, "Dr. Hailett's Cough Syrup gave imme diate relief to our little daughter. : We were ooiigea to get up at midnight on aooount of her oroupiness and difficulty of breathing." Vaiuablb. TtBTmONT. Dr. F. D. MoMeal, of Canal Dover, 0., celebrated for his talents, learning and experience in the practice of medicine, UBed Dr. Haslett't Cough Syrup dnring the last several whiten of hie life and spoke Jiighly of th benefit derived front its ua. ' t"We learn that on the evening of Monday, the 6th inst., Mr. John Rich ard, residing near Minerva, in this coun ty, committed suicide, by cutting his throat. He was a fine man and a good citizen a farmer by occupation. He was aged about forty-uloe yaara, and leaves a wife and a large family" of chil dren. Stark Co., Democrat. New Philadelphia Prices. Corrected at the Mill 8tor, April 23. Flour. S5.50a6.50 Pork... Hams.. 3,00a4,25 tWlluckwheat Flour 2,25 10 08 Read wheat.. 1,26 .1,86 8idee Shoulders Butter,. , Eggs iot Tallow do trd 'do ...... Country i)oap.., Beeswax.. Feathers Wool White wheal... Rye Corn Oats 07 70 SO 45 16 10 09 08 ".over Seei.Ci'.b 5$0 Flax Seed . 1,75 Dried Peaches... Dried Apples.... Potatoes 2,25 1,25 26 40 80 87 Onions . Hay ton 7.50 Timothy Seed 451b ,....tt,50ai,00. IVolico lo Tp. Assessors. (VN Tuesday, April 21, 1863, Blank Books f anj the Law, for the enrollment of the Militia, wore mailed to the several Assessors of Tuscarawas CPnty- Should any Assessors have failed to receive said Books and Law, he will please notify the undersigned or such rail ure, without delay. J. D. ELLlOtT, Auditor. Auditor's Office, New Phila., O.. ) April 29, 1863. Dr. W. W. JANES, DENTAL SURGEON, einq permanent ly located in this place, and in regular practice for the last 12 years, is confident he can render entire satisfaction to all those afflic ted -with any of the various diseases of the mouth. He U prepared to treat them in a sci entific manner. Teeth from a single one, to an entire set, inser ted upon Gold, Silver, Platina or the Vulcan io Base ; either with springs or clasps, as tho case may require. Teeth filled with Sold, Silver, or Oa artifi cial, to arrest the progress of decay. Ho is also familiar with all the Anaesthetic agents known to the Dental Profession, and extraots teeth without pain. All work wat ranted. JQrOffice and residenoe next door to Drs. W. O. & T. Smith, New Philadelphia, O. May 1, 1803. IS an EngUBh and olassical Academy for both sexes, situated in Berlin, Holmes county, Ohip, seven miles East of Millersburg. All the branches usually pursued at the best asademiesaud seminaries aro taught here, in cluding the Latin, Greek, German and French Languages; also, musio, veoal and instrumen- tul (Piano). The summer session will open on Monday, April 20tb, lHtiii. Bend for oatalogue. Address J. C. GILLAM, or Prof. H. E. LIPPERT, Berlin, Holmes Co., O, April 17, 1863. 8m TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS. EXAMINATIONS in the Common Branohes will be held on the first and third Satur day of each month of the year except Februa ry, July, and August; and in the Higher Branohes on the fourth Saturday of eaoh of the months or January, April, July and October.) No person will be examined oftener than twice in any six months, and no certificate will be issued except npon publio examination. Written testimonials of moral character will be required in all cases. Teachers are requested to come prepared wita stationery, as ail timmnalums mu fe wriiten, and five cent revenue stamp to ren der certificate legal. "Examinations will commence promptly Ul JU 0 ClOCK. J. L. MoILVAINE, 1 H. II. PORTER, V Examlnerl. B. M'BRIDE, J NEW YORK HERCIIffl TAILOR, NEW PHILADELPHIA - CLOTHING EMPORIUM. BAUM at No. 1, Center Block, respectfully informs the citizens of this place, aud vl oiuity, that be is prepared to get up all kinds ui iuen ana uoys CLOTHING. On the shortest notice. lie also keeps on band all kinds of READY -MADE CLOTHINU which he will sell at the lowest possible prioes. Mr. Baum is a thorough Merchant Tailor. having worked a number of years in the most iasuionaoie establishments In New York City. K. BAUM, No. 1, Center Blook, New Phils., O. Feb. 27, 1863, tf. ' JUST READY, New Styles of Jewelry. AN opportunity not to be lost sight of. Rare chance for Agents. Ladies as well as Gents can act as Agents. Apply early and seoure the Agenoy for your locality. ioo,obo Watches, Vest Chains, Lockets, Bings, Gold Pens and Pencils, Brace lets, Studs, Buttons, Neck Chains, Sets of Jewelry, &o. To be sold for $1 eaoh. and not to be Daid for until you know what you are to get. Bend 2d ots, for a Certificate, telling you what you can have, with a Ciroular, giving full particu lars to Agents. Perfect satisfaction guaran teed in all cases. Address, S. M. WARD, 4 Co. Box 4,876. 208 Broadway. Feb. 27, 1803, m. Licensed Auctioneer. THE undersigned, Lioensed Auctioneers for Tuscarawas County, respectfully tender their services to the publio. They will attend Publio Sales, &o., at moderate rates. . ' J. W. NEWBUKGH. Canal Dover. THOS. J. HALEY, Dunde. April 8, 1868. tf FOB WINTER. , A GOOD stock of Woolen Hoodt, Nubias, J Sontag Scarfs, Skating Caps, Comforts, so., on hand and for tale by' J. P. CHAPIN. New Phila., Deo. 18, 1862. . . FLANNELS. STRIPED Shirting Flannel, Fancy Opera Flannel, Twill Red and Grey Flannel, Plain Red, Whit and Green Flannel, for tale by J. P. CHAPIN. New Phila., Deo. 19, 1862. JUST reoeived, by the subscriber, th new ttyls Rep. De Loins, French Velonr, Plain French Merino, Coburg and Alpaca, all oolors, for tale by- " J. P. CHAPIN. Nw Phila., De. 19, 1862. ' . . JOB PRINTING, of all description neady exeouted at (hit offioe, at low prices. Troth Stranger lliaa Fktloai- - - - - - - 4 . A-STARTLING WOFIK . A NARRATIVE OF Many Years Personal Espcrienc-v Bi MAMA WARD, - ' TOE WIFE OF A MORMON ELDER, i'rpUAT on-half of the world oauao rav ' l . agine how tin Mher half live," it lea tru tbaa trite j n4 th. lteoi the adas- ' affords, our experience ami observation- daily' tends to verify. Then, too-, when we consider . . . tha ever-varying phases of honan passion, and : the discordant elements from watch all novel - " and fanatical sects or moulded, it eon soare-' ' ly teem surprising that a faithful record of ae-' tual eventa should exceed in singularity th ' wildest dream of romanoe;. or that eriax both strange and unnatural, should be perpe trated in a far off country on the outskirts of . civilisation, which people In another suit of ' sooiety would never imagine noaaibU. Know-' ing as I do know, the' evilt and horrors and abomination of the Mormon system, the d- gradation U imposes on females, and the eon sequent vioes which extend through all the ramifications 'of th society, a tens of duf to' th world hit induced m to prepare th fol- -' lowing narrative for the publio eye. Th ro- w mantio. incidents oonneoted with my eiperi- . ence, many may think bordering on th mar-' velous. To them I would sty, that tbia nar rative of my life oaly proves, what has to of ten been proved before, that "TurjiH it 8taj- ' CH tham Fiotio." Authors Preface. Ib book contains 449 page, with engrav ings, It neatly bound in cloth, and will be nti to any address, 09t-paid, on receipt of price, ' 123' " - - A COMPANION TO FEMALE iM'' t 522 LL 23 Life Among (he Mormons, Br AUSTIN N. WARD. This, like the above, is a wo'k of great and unusual interest, and will be eagerly read at a : oompanion volume to "FEMALE LIPK" , It it a large 12m. volume, neatly bound in cloth, Illustrated with engravings, and will b . tent to' any address, post-paid, on receipt of ' price, $1,00 or on reoeipt of $2fiO we will -tend Doth the above works, postage prepaid. " DICKENS' LAST GREAT WORK;' Bi CHARLES DICKENS, , Coplete in one volume, J2mo. cloth extra, il lustrated with steel engravings. Will b sent , to any address, postage paid, on receipt of' price, $1,00. Now to Indispensable to every family, are be ing manufactured by us in every variety of style and finish. Descriptive Circulars with prices will bo furnished on application, and. any etyle of Album sent by mail, post paid, on -receipt of price. IgfBooksellers, News Agents, Book Agent,'-' Canvassers, Peddlers, and others will do well to order a package of our Book and Albums. They will find them exceedingly popular, and terms liberal 1,000 Local & TraFelUng'lgeiiti Wanted everywhere for their tale. For single copies, or for terms in quantities, - v with other information, apply to, or address, - . JOHN EDWIN POTTER, Publisher, - No. 617 8ansom St., Philadelphia, Pa. Maroh 20, 1808. "sale of real estateT BY virtue of a conveyance In due form mad to us we will offer at publio sale at th door of the Court House, in New Philadelphia, Ohio, on Saturday May 9, 1863. ' The following real estate In Goshen township, ' Tuscarawas oounty, Ohio, tit: th east half of lot, number 15, teotion 2, township 8, range 1, in th United States Military district, contain ing 60 acreB, mora or lest. Terms Cash: DAVID JUDY, Assignee of W. C. WILLIAMSON, ISAAC I. DYE." April 10, 18C3.-4w - LEGAL NOTICE. John B. Wirts, ) . vs. Diroroe.. T Jenett Wirta.J , THE said Jenette Wlrtt It hereby notified that on the 13th day of Anril. 1868. tha said JohnB. Wirts filed Jiit petition for di-vorco-in the office of the Clerk of th Court of Common Pleas, within and for the County of Tuscarawas and State of Ohio, alledging that said Jenette procured the marriage between Baid John 0. Wlrtt and said Jen,ette Wirtt by false and fraudulent representation, well known to be false by her, and praying for a divorce. Said putition will be for hearinr at the next term of taid Court of Common Pleat, s. ' . ' JOHN B. WIRTS, - by D. W. Stambaugh, bit Att'y. , ' April 17, 1868. 8w ,. Partition Notice. ' , BENEDICT ME8SER and Nicholas Meteor are notified that on the 24th day of March, 1863, JoBeph Kinser filed his netition im tha Court of Common Pleat of Tuscarawas County, Ohio, praying partition of the following prem ises : Lot No. 4, in quarter township 8. town ship 7, Range 2, U. S. Military lands in Tot oarawas County, except three acre told then-' from. Said petition will be for hearing at th next May term of said Court - . . KB ADY MITCHENER, Att'ya for Petitioner. Maroh 27, 1803. 7w. . . . ' v ' - : ; TISCAKAWAS MRSEBYJ TWO miles porta of Westchester, Tut- carawas oounty, Ohio. We have onjj extensive variety of fruit trees from on to four . years old, comprising all th approved varie ties of Applet, Pears, Peaches, Aprioote, Nm- tarine Plumt, Cherries, Quince, Grapei onaY the different benlus which have beta tested this olimate. Persona purchasing tree of a '" oan rely npon getting varieties adopted t eat ' toil and olitnate, at we have fruited a largo ' ' number and know what we lay. Bay tre then of four horn nursery to that voa ma know what you get, whioh yoa can not by boy- log of foreign nurseries, and pedlars. W will deliver tree at the following low rates if pies, 12 oents, Peaches 15 cents, and other proportionally low. All orders to us at Cad walader P. C Tus. Co., 0., or left with H. T. . Stookwell, Nlw Philadelphia, Ohio, will p-" promptly filled. ' D. 8 WAIN & SONfcV. March 6, 1868. ly . ; : - ,if, The Tobacco Growers' Guide , GIVES th Farmer full instructions la tow" Ing th teed, tillage, worming, priming, - topping, tuckering, cutting, housing, curing, .' prising for maket and .fine flavored rigor. Price 60 cents. I ooo also furnish pur to baooo teed, of th most popular kind, in pack-' get sufficient to plant on ton, at 60 oentr each, bv maiL nre-noid. Addrau ' ' JAMES MOBSMAN. - ' WetWrriU, Fronklia CX, Gt- ' Moroh 27,4868. , ' ' CIGARS ! CIGARS ! I . EARL BAUM, opposite Probate offioe, New Philadelphia, 0., Manufacturer of Fixa :. aid Comiojt Chm. Sold iu quantitiM t suit purohaaera. ; . -. -i :',;.-a- . , Ota. 12, 1161k 8nj .v.,:. .ti .:'--.'l . ' Xr 1 ;.it...: