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OHIO' DEMOCRAT. TZvMtHtarml-.
' - 14. That we will earnestly mpport every Termi of Subscription & Aavertisng. constitutional measure tending to preserve the Union of the States. No men hare a greater The Okie Demoorat" is published every interest in its preservation than we here none Friday morning, in New Philadelphia, Ohio, desire it more; there are none who will make at the following rates : greater saerilices or endure more than we will T E 11 W Si ! to accomplish that end. We are, as we ever r. i ! ii...Sn nri. -hare been, the devoted friends of tho Coustitu- One year, If paid at he beginning of the w yBpMhy t.6!1 ' ... . .i.f o'no with the enemies of either. 'rr"tT ' aS- IS. That the arrest, inipr Uonment, pretend 1 W to E$ a discntinuance'lt and actual banishment of ban ; L. thjetd of .he time subscribed for, will be eon- Valmmwohm. a cui.en of the St. e of Ohio "VfrSo itr -U 1 continued until .11 b7 ged military authority, forno .rges IreU except at the option of the .1 222 r nouuner. of (he jnjjnijtrjtion ; power, and of appeal- TcRMo OF AOVFRTISINQ i in ,0 ballot-box for a ohange of policy TERMS Or ADVERTISINO ' IbmA arrest and military trial taking place One square, 12 lines or less, 8 times, . .,uu wher9 tne court of law n open unoD. Every subsequent insertion, . . w One square three months, One square six mourns, One square one year, . One-fourth column, por yeur, One-third column, per year, One-half column, per year, . fi.OO 8,00 15,00 18,00 25,00 One column, per year, 40,00 When there is no oontraet mado, and the number of insertions is not marked on the advertisements at the time they are handed in for publication, thoy will be continued in until ordered out, and chargod by the equare. Jljy Job Work neatly executed on rea sonable terms. PLATFORM OF THE DEHOC It.VCV OF OHIO. PREAMBLE. The Dcmocra'io party has ever been, and yet is, a law abiding party. It asks nothing but its rights under the Constitution and the laws. It resorts to no violation of either; it countenances no violatiou of either. It has a right to all the guarantees of public and pri vate liberty, and of property, contained in our fundamental Intra, and it will surrender not one of them. It has the right to disouss pub lic mensures, and will discuss them. It has tho right to propose and advocato that policy which it deems beat for the nation, and it will exercise that right. It has a right to have its policy passed upon by the people at peaceable and untrammelled elections, and it will main tain (hit right. If found in a minority it yields obedience to all lawful rule of the ma jority : if it be the majority itself, it claims that its lav. Till will be respected. Whether in a Majority or minority, it obeys all laws that ire iu force. Those that it dislikes, it seeks to overthrow, not by violence, but by a legiti mate repeal. Those that it propose', it seeks to carry not by force but by legal enactment. And what it dues in all those respects, it de mands, and lias a right to demand, that all otlura shall do. They owe tho same ebedi ence to the Constitution and the laws that Democrats owe. They have tho same interest to maintain free government, to protect liber ty, to bo secure in their houses, persons and property, that Democrats have. It is neither their interest nor ours that despotism or anar chy should prevail; and if they wish to avert both, let them see to it in time that they give no occasion for either. We will do our duty, let them remember to do theirs. In view of the circumstances that have brought us together, wo hereby resolve: RESOLUTIONS. 1. That the will of the people is the founds- linn nf nil fi-pe trovarnmeut That to give er- feet to this will, free thought, free speech and a free piVfS lire absolutely indispensable. j suppress the freedom of speech and of the Without fiee discussion, there is no certainty press, and to interfere with tho elective fran of sound judgment ; without sound judgment chise, is not only subversive of the Constitution, there can be no wise government. ; and tho sovereignty of the States, but the ac- 2. That it is an inherent and Constitutional tual inauguration of revolution, right of the people to dis cuss all moasures of 20. That it is the sworn duty of the Govern their irovernraent. and to anprovo or disap-, 0r of the State to protect her citizens in the beat, and to argue and vote ajjainst whatever policy seems to thorn to violate me i-onsuiu- tion, t.) impair their liberties, or to be detri- mental to their welfare. 8. That these and all other rights, gnaran- countty the Abolition Jacobins who are seek teed to thera by their Constitutions, nre their jDg to bring about civil wnrin the loyal States, rights in time of war as well ns in time of with the view of turning, if porsible, the bay- peace ; nnd of far more value and necessity in war than in peace, t or in peace noerty, so- fathers, brothers and friends oi tne soiuiers, cuiity and properly are seldom endangered ; Bn(j subjecting those States to a military sur In wur, they are ever in peril. veillance nnd dominion. 4. that we now say to all whom it may con- cern, not by way of threat, but calmly and firmly, that we will not surrender these rights, norBobmittotheirforcibloviolation. Wewill obey the laws ourselves, and all others must obey them. 5. That there is a manifest difference bo- tween tho Administration of the dovornment and tho Government itself, ine uovernmeni consists of tho civil nnd political institutions created by the Constitution, and to it the pco- plo owe allegiance, ine miminieirauon are but the ngents of the people, suhjcot to their approval or condemnation, aocordiug to the Mason, the military commandant at Columbus, merit or demerit of their acts. and of tho officer commanding the provost 0 That in the exercise of the right to differ guard, iu preventing nil appearanoe of ruili- with the Federal Executive, we enter our sol- tary restraint upon the proceedings of this emu protest against the proclamation of the Convention, show that they have a just appre President of the United States, dated tho first 0iation of the Constitution of their country day of January, one thousand eight hundred aUtt the rights of tho people and that they nnd sixty threo, by which he assumes to eman- Bre wise and patriotic offlcers; and that their eipate slaves iu certain States holding the same conduct on this occasion is in striking contrast to be uuwise, unconstitutional, and void. with the contrary conduct of the military au- 7. That we declare our determined opposi- thorities upon the occasion of the late Demo tion to a system of emancipation by the States cratio meeting ot Indianapolis. And we take upon compensation to be made out of the treas- pleasure in expressing our confidence in Gen. nry of the United States, as burdensome upon Mason, and the officers and soldiers under, his the people, unju9t in its very nature, nnd command. wholly without warrant of the Constitution. 8. That wo declaro that the power which vm iMWf? has recently been assumed by the President of HHfliEiiiRla NlJSW the United States, whoreby under the guise of military necessity he has proclaimed and ex- ri-pj-p) JTifn CUTlmTTD tended or asserts the right to proclaim or ex- NHK Tftin VI VI Tl hi tend-martial law over States where war does UJ- J-Ulil U i.U.J.U.J-1 ill not exist, and has suspended the writ of habcai corpus, is unwarranted by the Constitution, I nnd its tendency is to subordinate civil to mil itary authority, and to subvert our system of free government. 9. That we deem it proper further to declare that we, together with the truly loyal people of the State, would hail with pleasure and de light any manifestations of a desire on the part of the seceded States to return to their allegi ance to the Government of the Union, and in such event wo would cordially and earnestly co-operate with them in the restoration of peaco and the procurement of such proper guarantees as would give security to all their interests and rights 10. That the soldiers composing our armies merit the warmest thanks of the nation. Their country called and nobly did they respond. Living, they shall know a nation s gratitude : wounded, a nntios't care ; and dying, they shall live in our memories, and monuments shall be raised to teach posterity to honor the patriots and heroes who offered their lives at their country's altar. Their widows and orphans shall be adopted by the nation, to be watched over ana cared jor as onjecis truiy wormy a to the mutual advantage or myse 1 nnu cus sation's guardianship. tomers. II. That Ohio will adhere to the Con8titu-i gy All kinds of Merchantable Produce tion and the Union as the best, it may be the bought, and the highest market prioes paid last hope of popular freedom, anl for nil 1 therefor. wrongs which may have been committed or - M. V. REAM. evils which may exist, will seek redress, under . Bhanesville, May 29, 1803. the Constitution and within the Union, by the : ffyzr" ngenoy of ,he 9Uffrttfr' i Exchange Hold. 12. That we hail with pleasure and hope tne manifestations of conservativesentiment among the people' of .the Northern Btatos in their elections, and regard the same as the earnest ef a good purpose upon their part to co-operate with all other loyal citizens In giving se curity to the rights ef every sec'ion and maintaining the Union and the Constitution as they were ordained by the founders of the Re-1 public. ' I 1 18. That whenever it becomes practicable to . ordain a convention of all or of three fourths ! of the States, iuch body should be convened for the purpose of proposing nuoh amendments to tho F-.-deml Constitution as experience has; proved to be necessary to maintain thatinstru-1 mDt in the epiiit and meaning intended by iu 1 structed, and for no act done within the sphere of active military operations in earrying on the ' war) we regard as a palpal violation of the following provisions of the Constitution of the i United Stites; I 1. "Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of speech or of the press, ortbe right or the people peaceawy to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances." 2, "The right of the people to be secure in their persons, bouses, papers and effeots, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated; and no warrants Bball issue but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched and the persons or thines to be seined." 8. "No person shall be held to answer for a capital or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment or a grana jury, eicept in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the militia, when in actual service in time of war or publio danger." 4. "In all criminal prosecutions, tho accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and publio trial, by an impartial jury of the State and district wherein the orime shall have been com mitted, which districtshall have been previous ly ascertained by law," And we furthermore denounce said arrest, trial and banishment, as a district insult offer ed to the sovereignty jof the people of Ohio, by whose organic law it is declared, that "no person ehMl be transported out of the Stato for any offense committed within the same." 18. That Clement L. Vallandifham was, at the time of his arrest, a prominent candidate for nomination by the Democratic party of Ohio for tho ofhee or Uovernor ot tne otoie; that the Democratic party was fully competent to decide whether he was a fit man for that nomination; and that the attempt to deprive them of that right by his arrestand banishment was an unracritcd imputation upon their intel ligence and loyalty, as well as a violation of the Constitution. 17. That we respectfully but most earnestly oall upon the President of the United States to restore Clement L. Vallandigham to his home in Ohio; and that a committee of one from each Congressional district of the State, to be selected by the presiding othcer ot tins uju vention, is hereby appointed to present this ap clication to the President. 18. That the thanks of this Convention nre hereby tendered to Horatio Seymour, Governor of the State of Mew lom, lor ms nooie icuer in relation to the arrest of Mr. Vnllandigham; and the President of tho Convention is hereby directed to communicate a copy of this reso lution to Gov. Seymour. 19. That the establishment or a military lnv.il States, where war does not exist, to supercede the civil authorities and 6 ------ ......... ., pTiJ Tod, Governor of Ohio, tg perform that dUy nut what is still worse his aciive partici' nations in the violation of tboso rights. : 21. That wo denounce as traitors to the onets of the army against the breasts of the 9. That wo denounce, as lihelers of the Democratic party and enemies of their couutry, the men who are engaged in representing the Democratio nartv aswantinein sympathy with ; our soldiers in the Scld. It is a base Blander unon human nature to assert that Democrats vn0 DaT0 hundreds of thousands of brothers ttnj aon9 jn the army, do not sympnthue with them and it is an outrage upon tne nemo cratio rjartv. that has always stood by the ' country, to aBsert that it is not the friend of its gallant defenders. 03 ybnt ,ia 00duct of Brigadier General GOODS! ;AT M. V. REAM'S ( IN SHANE SVILLE. I WOULD respeotfully announce to my vat rons, and the poople generally, that I have just received my Spring Stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, &c. Which I have bought on as reasonable terms u the eitv markets would afford. It is trar that prices in the east have advanced consider- blv on many articles, but, nevertheless, my customers shall have no. cause to oomplain when eomparing my prices to those or any otn- ef establishment. Call and examine for your' gelves, and rest assured that so far as the style, quality and prices of my Goods is concerned, Toa .hall not bo away dissatiiApd. I BtiU adhere to the CASH SYSTEM, being thoroughly convinced by experience that it is T3ARMER8. and citiiens cenerallv of Tns- JL' narawas and adjoining counties, will find oxcellent aorommodations, nnd bills as low aa at any other publio house, at tne Exchange Hotel. North-West oorner of the public square New Philadelphia. They are respeotfully in vited to stop and try the Exchange. A T RAIFF. New Philadelphia, May 10, 1861. JOB WORK -OF ALL DESCKHTIOH!- VIATXiT BX&CUTID At U10 Democrat Offlce. 1863, SPRING. 1863. CASH CLOTHING HALL GOODS A I AUCTION PRICES! AT Rothschild & Bros. WE are opening out this day our seeond stock of Spring Goods, to which we call the attention of the citizens of Now Phil adelphia and vicinity. Our stock comprises all assortments of goods at less than impor tation prices. As we buy onr goods for Cash, we are able to give you better bargains, for leis money, than you will find within a thousand miles of New Philadelphia, such as CLOTHS, CASSIMERES & VESTIGS, (Coats', pants & Itets, HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, Shirt Collars, Neck Ties, and in fact everything that belongs to a first class Clothing Store. Go to Rothschild & Bros, and get a suit made up on the shortest notice, aud something neat, too. We have also on hand a splendid assortment of mm mm mm such as Fancy Silks, all Wool Delaines, Cali coes, Bombasines, Alapaca Shawls of all de scriptions. BsaTFor anything you want in tne woimng line, call on UOTHSCniLD & BROS. Mammoth Cash Clothing Hall, Chapin's Block, New Phila. June 5, 1863. mwi mm tailor, NEW PIUXADELPIIIA CLOTUIAG EMPORIUM. BAUM at No. 1, Center Block, respectfully informs the citizens of this place, and vi cinity, that he is prepared to get up all kinds of Men and Boys CLOTHING, On the shortest notice. He also keeps on hand all kinds of READY MADE CLOTHING. which he will sell at thelowost possible prices. Mr. Baum is a thorough Merchant Tailor. having worked a number of years in the most fashionable establishments in new iorx uuy K. BAUM, No. 1, Center Block, New Phila., 0. Feb. 27, 1863, tf. siwi salaam T7"M. OPPENHEIMEB has just returned f from tho East with s splendid assort ment of Clothinir for Fall and Winter wear, of the latest styles, which be will sell Cheap for CaSh. His stock of CLOTHS & CASSIJIERS can not be excelled in this county. Iy Hats and Over Coats in abundance. Ha charge for showing Goods. WM. OPPENHEIMER. New Philadelphia, Nov. 14, 1802. A1 FINE ASSORTMENT OF CUTLERY, at RAIFF'S HARDWARE STORK, GOOD LOT OF CARPENTER TOOL8, at , RAIFF'S HARDWARE STORE UMPS, CHAINS AND FIXTURES, at RAIFF'S HARDWARE STORE. G UM BELTING. OF ALL SIZES.at RAIFF'S HARDWARE STORE. I RON, STEEL, NAILS AND GLASS, at ' HAlrr-'B liAtlUWAHE B1UK&. HUBS, FELLOES, SPOKES, SHAFTS, Poles and Bows, at RAIFF'S HARDWARE STORE. It OPES, HEMP AND GUM PACKINO, at RAIFF'S HARDWARE STORE. OUSE TRIMMINGS OF ALL KINDS, at RAIFF'S HARDWARE STORE. A XES, MATTOCKS, PICKS and all kinds J- Edge Tools, at RAIFF'S HARDWARE STORE. 60 to Baiff for Hardware. A LL KINDS OF HARDWARE kept in a r Hardware orore, . RAIFF'8 HARDWRE STORE. Hew Phila,, Jan. 8, 18S1.A A NEW FIRM. STOVES AND TIKWAR.il. ';W.E.MANROUESPICH HAVING united as partners id the Stove and Tinware Trade, invite all our old customers and the publio to call and see if we cannot suit them, both in quality and price, of We have just been receiving the latest and best patterns of Stoves now in the market, con sisting In part of the Arbiter or Gas-Consuming Coal Cook-Stove, the Brilliant, for wood or coal; also, an assortment of Parlor and Heating Stoves. fog-We warrant all our Stoves. We manufacture our cwn ware, and will warrant every article to be of good material. We also keep Porcelain Ware, Brass & Copper Kettles, Jappanned, Fanoy and Imported Ware. 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 up to order. Also, Soap Pipes, &o. All orders filled promptly. Jay-Store and Shop opposite the Post Of fice, New Philadelphia, O. W. E. MANROW & ESPICH. N. B. Old Iron, Copper, Brass, Pewter, Lead and Rags taken in exchange for Ware. New Phila., April 11, 1862. Troth Stranger than Fiction. A STARTLING WORK. S3P rrtn, Si H C& A NARRATIVE OF Many Years Personal Experience, By MARIA WARD, THE WIFE OF A MORMON ELDER. "rpHAT ono-half of the world cannot im- agine how the other half live," is no less true than trite ; nnd the lesson tho adage affords, our experience and observation daily tends to verify. Then, too, when we consider the ever-varying phases of human passion, and the discordant dements from which all novel and fanatical sects are moulded, it can scarce ly seem surprising that a faithful record of ac tual events should cieceil.in singularity tno wildest dream of romance; or that crimes, both strange and unnatural, should be perpe trated in a far off country on the outskirts of civilization, which people in another state (f society would never imagine possible. Know ing as I do know, the evils and horrors and abominations of the Mormon system, the de gradation it imposes on females, and the con sequent vices which extend through all the ramifications of the society, a sense of duty to the world has induced me to prepare the fol lowing narrative for tho publio eye. The ro mantio incidents -connected with my experi ence, many may think bordering on tho mar velous. To them I would say, that this nar rative of my life only proves, what has bo of ton been proved before, that "Tfuth is Steas qer than Fiction." Authors Preface. The book contnins 449 paeos, with engrav ings, is neatly bound in cloth, and will be sent to any address, post-paid, on receipt oi price, 1,25. A COMPANION TO FEMALE LIFE. S La S3 Life Among the .Mormons, By AUSTIN N. WARD. This, like the above, is a work of great and unusual interest, and will ho eagerly read as a companion volume to "FEMALE LIFE." It is a large 12mo. volume, neatly bound in cloth, illustrated with engravings, aud will be sent to any address, post-paid, on receipt of price, $1,00 or on receipt of $2,00 we will send ooth the above works, postage prepaid. DICKENS' LAST GREAT WORK By CHARLES DICKENS, Coplete in one volume, 12mo. cloth extra, il lustrated with steel engravings. Will bo sent to any address, postage paid, on receipt of price, $1,00. Now so indispensnblo to every family, nre be ing manufactured by us in every variety of style and finish. Descriptive Circulars with prices will be furnished 'on application, and any style of Album sent by mail, post paid, on receipt of price. IfflrBooksellera, News Agents, Book Agents, Canvassers, Peddlers, nnd others will do well to order a package of our Books and AlbumB. They will rind them exceedingly popular, and terms liberal 1,000 Local & Travelling Ageuts Wanted everywhere for their sale. For single copies, or for terms in quantities, with other information, apply to, or address, JOHN EDWIN POTTER, Publisher, No. 617 Sansom St., Philadelphia, Pa. March 20, 1803. Semi-Annual Statement, No. 102. CAPITAL & SURPLUS, $933303.98. Mar 1st. 1S61. Cash and cash items .$79,683 78 Loans well secured 60,253 20 Ral Estato 16,000 00 2(26 shares Hartford Bank Stocks 274,869 00 2425 New York " " 193,360 00 100,750 00 68,085 00 73,807 00 89,700 00 86,700 00 4,000 00 1010 " Boston " " 607 " other " - " United States and State 11 '" Hartfd.4N Haven R.R.bonds ' Hartford City Bonds.... Conn. River Co. & R. R. Co. Stock., Total Assets Total liabilities ,.$982,802 98 .. 73,244 27 For details of investments, see small Cards and Circulars. , Insurances may be effected in this old and substantial Company on very favorable term). ;!Applyto J. W. NEV7BURG, Agent . I Dwellings and Farm' Property insured for a tens of yean at very low rate. 4 1 V J pel JL. AW riKRSU. ft IH'BETH 1IIW PHILADELPHIA, OHIO. WILL practice in Tuscarawas and adjoin ing counties. Special attention given to the business of Executors, Administrators and Guardians, also the procuring of Soldier's Bounty, Back Pay and Pensions. Collections made in any part of the State. HaTOffioe in Center Block, 2nd floor, west room. May 8, 1803. tf. 3. I. PKBBKLL. 1. 0. M'BITH A. L. MIKLT. I. WOLP. NEELY & WOLF. WWW WEI NEW PHILADELPHIA, OHIO. SPECIAL attention will be given to Collec tions, Administrators and Guardians bus iness. Our S. Wolf is a Notary Publio and will attend to drafting and taking acknowl edgments of Deeds, Mortgages, &e. September 6, 1801. ly J. B. BARNHILL. W. B. CKOXTON. BARKIIILL & CIlOXTO., NKW PHILADELPHIA, OHIO, WILL practice in Tuscarawas and adjoin ing counties. Special attention given to the business of Executors, Administrators, and Guardians. Office opposite Publio Offioes. March 8, 1801. 8TAMBAUOH & BAUTILSON, NEW PHILADELPHIA, OHIO, WILL promptly attend to all business en trusted to them, in Tuscarawas and ad joining Counties. Sy Office opposite the Court House. February 10, 1859. READ Y MITCHENER f TTORNEYS AT LAW, New Philadelphia, 0, 11 Attention given to Collections, Sales of Land. Probate business, &o. Office in Judy's brick row. nov 24 '53 A. T. Readt. C. H. Mitciiener. ISJLJIllDICINTIl. S. C. THOMPSON, 91. D. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN, Late of Pittsburg, Pa. WOULD respectfully inform the oitizens of New Philadelphia, and vicinity, that he has located in the above place for the purpose of practicing bis profession. Espec ial attention paid to Chronic diseases. Office on High Street, opposito the Sheriff's office. New Philn., May 8, 1803. tf. MEDICAL NOTICE. DR. D. RICHARDS, (formerly of New Phil adelphia ) would respectfully inform the citizens of Trenton nnd vicinity, that ho has es tablished himself in the above place for the practice of Medicine. Persous desiring medi cal aid, who nre unacquainted with mo, nre referred to Dr. F. Eckmon, whose office I OO' cupy. D. RICHARDS, M. D. March Zi, 1HU3. E. C. LEWIS, M. D., TTAVING made Surgery a specialty, will Jl give due attention this branch of his profession. "Office opposite Chapin's new store, New Philadelphia, U. May a, DR. J. I. OTIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, (Late of Navarre, Stark Co., O.,) TTAVING permanently located in New I I Philadelphia, offers his professional ser vices to the citizens of Tuscarawas Co. He is r1h !?xamin2 Surgeon for Pensions. Office near his residence lately occupied by John English. N. B. Dr. O. speaks the English and Ger man languages. Jan. 21, '02, 1II. O. G. SELOEIV, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, SHANESV1LLE, OHIO. PARTICULAR attention will bo given to Surgical Operations and the treatment of Chronic, Surgical and Female Diseases. April 13, 1800. DENT A Dr. W. W. JANES, DENTAL SURGEON, , T)MNa permanent- 1) ly located in this -riCT'oJ V place, and in rcgulnr practice for the last li years, is confident he can render entire satisiacticn to all thoscanuc ted with any of the various diseases of the mouth. He is prepared to treat them in a sci entifio manner. Teeth from a single one, to an entire Bet, insor ted upon Gold, Silver, Platina or the Vulcan ic Base ; either with springs or clasps, as the case may require. Teeth filled with Gold, Silver, or Os artifi cial, to arrest the progress of decay. He is also familiar with all the Anaesthetic agents known to the Dental Profession, and extraotB teeth without pain. All work war ranted. JtyOffice and residence next door to Drs W. G. & T. Smith, New Philadelphia, 0. May 1, 1803. Pensions, Bounty and Back Pay TTAVING taken out a special license for J that purpose, the undersigned notify the relatives and friends of soldiers, that we will procure Pensions, Back Pay and Bounty for the widows and heirs of deceased soldiers en titled thereto, and also Bounty and Back Pay for those soldiers wounded in battle, and Back Pay for Boldiers discharged, not wounded. In a late act of Congress it is enacted, That every non-oommissioned officer, private or oth er person, who has been or shall hereafter be discharged from the army of the United States within two yoars from the da'e of enlistment by reason of wounds received in battle, shall be entitled to receive the same bounty as is granted to the same classes of persons who were discharged after a service of two years; and all acts and parts of acts inconsistent with mis are hereby repealed. READY St MITCHENER, New Phila , March 20, 1808. &i06;00 SOLDIERS' BOUNTY. OVERNMLNT will pay $100.00 bounty J( to the widow or nearest relative or tuose who die in the service; also, pensions to all who are disabled while in the line of duty. The underaigned, having made arrangements with responsible parties at the seat of govern ment, has superior tiioiuties for procuring SOLDIERS' BOUNTY, PENSIONS, LAND WARRANTS, Sc., and will give prompt attention to all who may desire Ms servioes. a. T. STOCKWELIi, Attorney at Law. New Phila., Feb. 14, 1862. . . BOUNTY. T)Y virtue of t, late act of Congress soldiers JJ discharged on account of wounds receiv ed in battle, are entitled to $100 00 Bounty. .;; . . . . . NEELf & WOLF, , "'" Att ys and Claim Agents. New Phila., O., March 18, '63. 8m. at this Office. Mechanical Branches. HON & WOODEN LEVER SCALES THE undersigned is now manufacturing and keeps constantly on hand and for sale at his Shop in New Philadelphia, a supply of Hay, Stock, Ore and Coal SCALES. Farm ers and others wiU be supplied with the above Scales on short and on reasonable terms. Those who have tried them would not do with out them for double their eost. These Scales are durable, easily kept in order and'are true in weighing. fay All work warranted. Apply to me at my shop eaBt of the Publio Square and near the Lutheran Church. R. A. BLAIR. New Phila., April 20, 1800. MANUFACTORY. JOHN WINGER would return thanks to the publio for the liberal patronage hereto fore extended to him, and respeotfully solicits continuance of the patronage ot all wuo de sire anything in his line. He keeps the best of workmen and materials on nana, ana can therefore warrant Carriages, Buggies, Sulkies, &c, Stc, manufactured in the neatest and best style. and at prices that will defy competition. Come and examine my work, and be convinced. Farmers and others will please boar in mind that I also manufacture LIGDT AND HEAVY WAGONS! at prices to correspond with tho hardness of tho times. 16y- REPAIRING also done to order and in a good and substantial manner. BSf" Ship removed a few doors Nortn ot my old stand, and near the new Methodist pnrson oge. JOHN WINGER. April 2U, 1BWJ. AT THE PIfUT TIIF it I)IA W lTi'll ! aim ur mu uiu ii;iiuu i HAVING removed my Jewelry Store from the Eagle Block to Peter Williams' Block on the North East corner ot the puolio square, one door East of Minnich & Warner's store, I would rcspectfullyinform my friends and tho public generally that I have opened a fine stock of entirely new JEWELRY, to which I invite their attention. My stock constats of CLOCFS of every style, Gold and Silver WATCHES of various quality, Gold Watch Chains for ladies and gentlomon, Lockets, Breast Pins, Finger Kings, Pencils, ilvcr Spoons, Spcctncles, &c, (do., allot which I will sell at the lowest possible figure. Bfi Watches, Clocks and Jewelry carefully repaired, on the shortest notice nnd in the best manner. All work warranted. Cash paid for old gold nnd silver. Deo. 10, 1858. WM. PilUHULS, JOHN REX'S STOVE EMPORIUM cajrai, uppish, onto. rilHE Subscriber keeps constantly for sale ui tin eHiiiuiiMimeiH in iiuvtf, uu rnuiu ryst., STOVES OF ALL SIZES AND PAT TERNS, from tho best manufacturers, lie Is DuTBnMiNKO w". And assures his that none shall gipl customersthathe surpraas him iu "- 'iiA will not be under quality oi stock. 'J U. sold by any one. STOVES FOR WOOD OR COAL, for the Parlor or the Kitchen, the Shop or the ucd-room, ot all qualities and at any price. Pipe ol any quality to suit the Moves. A large lot ot brass ana copper Kettles, of all. ues, hmnmercil nnil pressed. Also, a great variety of Japanned Ware ; nnd n splendid lot of LnninclloU Kettles, ot best quality, tor pre serving and cooking. A large lot of Stove biuok;;;;, n superior article. In short I have, in great variety, everything in my line of busi ness; all of which will be sold at wholesale or retail, on very reasonable terms. rnrmors irom the country, anu all otners, are solicited to call and exauuue lny stock. JOinvORK. both in Copper and Tm, promptly executed. All staple articles nrtrado, and old l'ewtcr, Copper nnd lirass, taken in exchange for work or any articles in my Una. JUliN UfcA Canal Dover, Nov., Jnbl. i I III U'TLTlIVf II i LL.liMLUl.iUii nnilE undorsigncd respectfully informs the citizens ot ivcw rniincieipnia anu sur rounding country, that he continues to carry on the flustering business iu nil its bmnches. Stucco work, (insluding Center Pieces, Cor nico, &.!.,) Hard Finish, and Common Plaster ing, done in tho best Btylo of the art, and on reasonable terms. From long experience in the business, an having worked manyyenrsin the leading cities of the Union, 1 nin enabled to assure the pub lio that all work done by me shnll be well done. Having two good assistants, I am, ol so, enabled to do jobs as expeditiously as may be desired. JgyAU orders left at my residence on Wa ter street, one square West of Broadway, Now Philadelphia, U., will he promptly attended to, JLStih STUWIUUDOE. March 15. 1801. Important to Females 1 . Important to Females ! ! Important to Females 1 1 ! Dr. Cheeseman's Pills Dr. Cheeseman's Pills Dr. Cheeseman's Pills ! 1 The Health and Life of Woman IS continually in peril if she is mad enough to neglect or maltreat thoso sexual irreg ularities to which two-thirds of her Bex are more or less subject. . DR. CHEESEMAN'S PILLS, prepared from the same formula which the inventor, COR NELIUS - L. CHEESEMAN. M. D., of New York, has for twenty years used successfully in an extended private practice immediately relievo without pain, all disturbances of the periodical discharge, whether arising from re laxation or suppression. They aot like a charm in removing the pains that aocomnony difficult or immoderate menstruation, and are the only safe and reliable remedy for Flushes, Sick Headache, Pains in the Loins, Back and Sides, Palpitation of the Heart, Nervous Tre mors, Hysterics, Spasms, Broken Sleep and other unpleasant and dangerous effects of an unnatural condition of the sexual functions, In the worst cases of Fluor Aldus or Whites, tttav pfn.f A anppitv nnrA Dii. Chseman's l'n& are offered as the only sine menus ui reuewiug inierrupiea menstru ation, but Lad its .Must Itear in Jtlind That on that vert account, if taken when the interruption arises from natural causes, they will inevitably prevent the expected events. This CAUTION IS ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY, for such is the tendenoy of the Fills to restore the original functions of the sexual organisation, that they inevitably ar rest the prooesa of gestation. Explicit directions, stating when, and when they should not be used, with each Box the Prioe One Dollar each Box, containing from 40 to CO Pills. A valuable Pamphlot, to be had free, of the Agents, fills sent by mail promptly, by en closing price to the General Agont Sold by Druggists generally. R. B. nUTCHINGS, , Oen. Ag't for the U. S. & Canadaa, . , ; 20 Cedar-S;; New-York, For sale In New Philadelphia, by O'Donnell s miner ana Jnnn i. omitn. Maroh 7, 1802. lyr. Ro fcit-ip Ctia nitneli r potin, ' For Ui ibM Wudlm Coiliant ii Hit' . ":l and i have been introduced to tho public for.iaore than six years, and hare acquired an 1 far exceeding any Family Medicines of a lmilar nature in the market. An appreciating publio was not long in iacovering they possessed remarkable and hence their "SLoJv 80.U and consequent profit to the Proprietor, thut enabling him to expend , of dollars each year in advertising their" merits, nnu puuiisuing tne which have been Bhowered upon him from . The peculiarity of the is that they strike at the root of Disease,' by eradicating every particle of impitrity for the life and health of tho body depehcla' upon tho purity of the blood. 1 '''- It the blood is poisoned, tne ooay aragsr )ut a miserable existence. Those medioines-' 8 "U.HU.A for curing Scrofula, Syphilis, Wcin, (Diseases, Old Sores, . S,ill Jfieum., IheumAtUm, ' (Dyspepsia, Sioh Seadaohe, Liver Complaint, Fever and figv., ,-. Iieuoorrhcea, Female Complaints,' Erysipelas, Bt. Jlnthony's Fire, Tumors, Eruptions, "' Fits, Sorofuloius Consumption, (o:: ONEnorsnn writes, her dnughterwns cured of tits of nine years' standing, and St Vitus' dance t two years. ANOTHER writes, his son was durcd after his flesh had almost wasted, away. ble. ANOTHER was cured of Fever and Ague after trvina every medicine in his reach. ANOXHi.ll was cured ot I'over Bore which had existed fourteen years. AAUrilCjU ol Kheumntisin ot eiglityears. Cases innumerable nf Dvsnnnsia nnd Liver Complaint could be mentioned in which the runner and rills Wovto, VvVw. a CiWvvw. arc tho most active nnd thorough pills that nave ever been introduced. 1 Thnv net so direetlv unon the Liver, exoit- ing that organ to such nn extent as that the system docs nut relnpso into its former con dition, which is too apt to be the case with simply a purgative pilf. . ihey aro really a ' - which, in conjunction with tho " ' ' ' "B.oo'Tvivv.-v, will cure all the' aforementioned disease!, and, of thomselves, will relieve and euro ' Headaahe, Costiveness, CoZio (Pains, Cholera Jtorbus, , ( Indigestion, (Pain in the omela, Qizziness, eto. Try these medicines, and you will never regret it. ! Ask your neighbors, who have used -them, and thoy will say they are and you should try them before going for a physician. " .. ' Get a Pamphlot or Almanao of, my local agent, and read the certificates, 'and if, you have ever doubted you will '. -' 1fto.V cvo xwoe Ai proof tlinttlie Blood Puriftnrftnd PHW at &relj Tegetjihle, i mva the cert i flea t jf those (rtoJiipnthem UU, Professors Chilton of N. Y., and Locke of Clncitmatt. Read Dr. lie-brink's Special Notice nnd 0rttlcatepub llshed In a coiimuuus part of tbli I'npor from time to time. - ' . ' ' :' ' -.- Price of tho Rcundlnnvtan Vepetaldo Blood Pnrtfler, 81 lr buttle, or pCT half doaen, Ortliolronmllnivlah -Vegetable Blood Pills, 25 cents per box, or 6 boxes. fur (1. Principal Office and -Sfiloarooin. No; a Rust Jeitvih St.. . :V1 HuiMiiiK from Main St., Cincinnati, O. laboratory. No. 18 Hammond Street, ; ' '''1 " FOR SALE BY John I. Smith, Mew Philadelphia;- P. P. Laffer, . Sandyville; H.J. Knisely,. Trenton; , CM, Schneider, Gnadenhutten; M,' R. Haskins, Uhrichsville; T. H. Baird( New Cumberland; Philip Lanning, Gillmore; H. O.-Maxpn,, PL Washington; VYm. B. Scott, New Comerslown; Demuth & Rlckart, Canal Dover; JehrJ M, Peetre,- Bolivar; and by Druggist and, ftler ohanta generally throughout the country.-' Counly Surveyor's jYoltee. I AM now looated In New Philadelphiaand' will at all times be in readiness V atfend to all the duties of the office of County Survey or that may be entrusted to me, with oare'and correctness. -1 have now an entire new, set or instruments for doing the most difficult Sur veying with the greatest precision and Wocura cy. I am full well assured that I oan give general satisfaction to all who may employ me. I will also make plans, drafts, and spe cifications in the best styles, of arohiteotnre,. with all the latest improvements Irj building,, both for economy,1 neatness and convenience. JfcjTOffice in the Court House.' .. i ISAAC ANGEf,,, Surveyor of Xus. Co., O. New Phila., Maroh 16; 1801. ' ' 1 . .- t TUSCARAWAS NURSERY! TWO miles north of Westchester, Tas-4 carawas oounty, Ohio. We have an Avtanol.A vawlatv tt fi.i.lfr iMda f..' J . - r "V ' iiuu UB5 lo JUUfla. years old, comprising all the approved, varle- .ties of Apples, Pears, Peaches, Aprioots, Neo tarine Plums, Cherries, Quinces, Grapes, and the different benius which have been toste'd in this olimate.' Personrpnrchaslng trees of ni oan rely upon getting varieties adopted to our soil and climate, aa we have fruited Urge number and know what we lay ... ftiy, trees' then of your home nursery so that jon may know what you get, whioh you oan not by toy. log of foreign nurseries; and rJedlars.- uWe will deliver trees at the following low rates; Ap ples, 12 oents, Peaches 16 oents, and others proportionally low. All orders to os it Cad walader P. i)., Tus. Co., O., nnlett with iH. T. Stookwell, New Philadelphia, Ohio, will be promptly filled. D. SWAIN & 80NS. March 6, 1863.-1,