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PLATFORM OF THE OOIOC.
ii icr OF OHIO.
PREAMBLE.
The Democratic party has ever been, end"
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 violation of cither. It has a
right to all the guarantees of public and pri
vate liberty, and of DroDortv. contained in our
fundamental laws, and it will surrender not
oue of them. It has the right to discuss pub
lic measures, and will discuss them. It has
tlio right to propose and advocato that policy
which it 'le, ins; best for the nation, and it will
exercise lli.tt right. It lias a right to have its
policy passed upon by the people at peaceahle
mil untrammelled elections, mid it will main
tain I hat right. If found in a minority it
yields cbdlience to nil lawful rule of tho ma
jority: if it bo the mnjority itself, it claims
that its lawful will bo respected. Whether in
a majority or minority, it obeys all laws that
are in force. Those that it dislikes, it seeks
to overthrow, not by violence, but by a legiti
mate repeal. Those that it propose', it s cks
to carry not by fores but by legal euactmcnt.
And what it docs in all these rcspeots, it de
mands, and has a right to demaud, that all
others shall do. They owe tbe tame obedi
enae to tho Constitution and the laws that
Democrats owo. They have the same interest j
to maintain free government, to proteot liber-1
ty. to be secure in their houses, persons and
property, that Democrats have. It it neither
their interest nor ours that despotism or annr-
chy should prevail j and if they wish to avert
both, let them see to it in time that they give
no occasion for cither. We will do our duty,
let them remember to do theirs.
In viow of the oircumstances that have
brought us together, we hereby resolve :
RESOLUTIONS.
1. That tho will of the people is the founda-
tion of all free government. That to give cf-
feet to thit will, free thought, free speech and
a free frm are absolutely indispensable.
without nee discussion, mere is no certainty preei, and to interfere with the elective fran
of sound judgment ; without sound judgment chise.it not only subversive of the Constitution,
mere can ixt no wiso guvvruiuuui.
2. That it is an inherent and Constitutional
right of the people to discuss all measures of
thu'.r government, and to eppruvo or disap- or 0f the State to protect her citltens in tho
prove as to their best judgment seems right, enjoyment and exercise of all their constltu
Th'it they have a liko right to propose and ad- ioaa rights, and we have beheld with deep
vncate that policy which in thu.- judgment it
ana to arguo aua voie ngaiusi woiuever
poncy seems to tncin to violate uie uonstmi-
tion, to impiiir their liberties, or to bo dctri-
meutnl to their welfare.
3. That these and all olhor rights, guaran-
ieeu to mem vy uieir iimstuuuuus, um iwsu- Dg t0 bring anout civil warm uie io;'ai states,
rights in titno of war as well as in time of Wjln U9 T;eW 0f turning, if porsible, the bay
peace ; and of far more value and necessity in onets f the nrmy ngainst the breasts of the
war man in pence, ror in peace nueriy, ne- fathers, brothers and rrientls or tho soldiers,
entity and property are seldom endangered j n, Subjectinn those States to a military tur
in war, they aro ever in peril. veillonoe and dominion.
4. That wo now stiy to all whom it may con-
cirn. not by way of threat, but calmly and
firmly, that wc will not surrender theso rmhts, the mcn ,,), ftre er,gnged in representing the
nor submit to their forcible violation. We will pemO0ratio party as wanting in sympathy with
oby the laws ourselves, and all others must our Midlers in the f eld. It is a base slander
obey them. ; upon human nature to assort that Democrats
5. That there Is a manifest difference be- ,0 havo hundreds of thousands of brother!
tween the Administration of the Government an( 8on5 iD the army, do not sympathize with
and the Government itself. The Government them and it is an outrage npon the Demo
consists of the civil nnd political institutions crntio tn(lt has always stood by the
created by the Constitution, nnd to it the peo- country, to assert that it It not the friend of
pie owe nllcgianco. Tne Adminhtrntion aro j .,n'Bj defenders
but tho agents of the people, subject to their , 23 T,a, tIie conJ'uct 0f Brigadier General
approval or condemnation, according to the , j,a90Di the military commandant at Columbus,
merit or demerit of their acts. ' ftnd of the offil,cr coramnnding the provost
0 That in the exorcise of the right to differ guttrJ in preventing all appearance of mill
itu the t'edcrnl Executive, wo enter our sol- t,irjr rcstrnint upon tho proceedings of this
euin protest against the proclamation of the Convention, show that they have a just appre
1'roVident of the United States, dated the first c,ltl0a 0f ,ij8 Constitution of their country
diy of January, one thousand eight hundred and the riehts of the people and that they
inn ii'ji; iiira, uj unitii m iisauiun . tuinu-
cip ito btaves iu certain States holding the samo
.to be unwise, unconstitutional, and void.
7. That we declare our determined opposi
tion to a system of emancipation by tho Slates
upon compensation to be made out of the treas
ury of the United States, as burdensome upon
the people, unjust in its very nature, nnd
wholly without warrant of the Constitution.
8. That we declare that the power which
lias recently been assumed by the President of
the Uuitcd States, whereby under tho guise of
military necessity ho has nroolnimed nnd ex
tended or asserts the right to proclaim or ex
tend martial law over States where war docs
not exist, aud has suspended the writ of habcut
comm. is unwarranted hv the Constitution,
and its teudoncy is to subordinate civil to mil
' itary authority, and to subvert our system of
free ffnvHrnrnftnl.
9. That we deem it proper further to declare
that we. together with the truly loyal people
of the State, would bail with pleasure and de-
liirlit mi. mui.lfaatiitlnno lit. rlnaira nn the nMt
. of the seceded States to return to their allegi-
ance to the Government of the Union, and in
tuch event wo would cordially and earnestly n-es, llanneis. pattinetts, u anitets, lialmo
co opcrato with them in the restoration of ral Skirts and Stocking Yarn, is full and corn
peace and the procurement of such proper Pete. The following are pnoes for making
T guarantees as would give security to all their lei w.00' found ! ...... ,
interests and riuhti. ! For Sattmetts per yard 60 to 65 cte., at to
; 10. That tbe soldiers composing oar armies
merit the warmest thanks of the uuiiun. Their
oountiy called ond nobly did they respond.
. Living, they jsbull know a nation's gratitude:
, wounded, a nntios's care; and dying, they shall
i,.m rn.m,iHiiri.a inn monuments shall off
. raised to teach posterity to honor the patriots
41 UM (IDIWVia TV U V VUVifcU 'w ww ., ..
untry't altar. Their widows and orphans
. shall be adopted by the nation, to ne waicneo
. over nod eared for at objects truly worthy a
nation's guardianship..
11. That Ohio will adhere to the Constitu
tion and the Union s the best, it may be the
. last hope of popular freedom, and for all
wrongi which may have been committed or
ve oeen comumieu or
"evils which may exist, will teek redress, under
TV!LJZ' : K X. no TCZ
vr a free people.
' v, t2-V T.br hf"U "'"h P!C"ttrTdhZe
JV - ; " ,L " h. i. Ti.-i.
-the people of th. Northern State. thaw
elections, ana rfgaru in. .nan a. in. .arn
AV n tT.mit tiuvnntiii ,1, mn thutl nnrt in An.nnffr.
" " ,! , " , , ... " ' ., " "
nle with all olbi loy.1 o l.iens , giving se-
otiriety to tho rights of .very seewn nnd
-tMnint'tipifr Union and tho Oorittutton as
'they were o.Jaiued by the founder, of the Re-
' 13. 'That whenever it becoriiet practicable to
obtain n coiiventioo of all or of three fourths
,r tl,r St ITer surhVidy'sli'oiild' be oonned
for 'li i-wi"t prnposing such iimfii'lmeuts
, to toVdcfiil C 'lieiilutiuri .is txpcnnice hut
pr.,vrfto bo ueeemoirj tomuinl iiiitliatinstru-
njcatiflv- 3l'iritnl Bwaoing lutend.il by its
f?eMd,oProTidvin8tfutureoocvui-)
Mini mm warn.
I 14. That we will aarnently support ever;
enaatiluiion 1 nieuMire teudiug to present tbe
. Union 01 the Otntea. No men h a irrnit,i
Interest in its preservation than we have none
desire it more; there re none who will make
: greater saorifioes or endure more than we will
wuu in. enemies 01 euner.
15. That thi arrest, imprisonment, pretend
ed trial, and actual banishment of Clixsnt L.
Vallasdidua. a cititen of the State of Ohio,
not belonging to the land or natal forces of
the United Slates, nor to the militia In actual
service, by alledged military authority, for no
"' pretenJed crime than that of uttering
of the Administration in power, and of appeal
ing to the ballot-box for a change of policy
(said arrest and military trial using place
where the courts of law are open and unob
structed, and tor no act done within the sphere
of active military operations in carrying on the
war) we regard as a palpable violation of the
fjllowinir provisions of the Constitution of the
United 8tntes:
1. "Congress shall make no law
tbridging the freedom of speech or of the
press, or tbe right of the people peaoeably to
p .. . . . . . . . ..
issue but upon probable cause, supported by
oath or affirmation, and particularly describing
the place to be searched and the persons or
things to be seized."
8. "No person shall be held to answer for a
capital or otherwise infamous crime, unless on
a presentment or indictment of a grand jury,
except in cases arising in the land or Laval
forces, or in the militia, when in actual service
in time of war or public danger."
4. "In all criminal prosecutions, the accused
shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public
trial, by an impartial jury of tbe State and
district wherein the crime shall have been com
tritted, which district shall have been previous
ly ascertained by law."
And we furthermore denounoe said arrest,
trial and banishment, as a direct insult offer
ed to the eovereignty.of the people of Ohio,
by whose orgsnio law it is declared, that "no
person shnlb be transported out of the State
tor any offense committed within the fame."
10. That Clement L. Vallandiubam was, at
the time of his arrest, a prominent candidate
for nomination by the Democratic party of
Uliio for the office of Qoveruor of the State;
that the Democratic party was fully competent
to decido whether he was a fit man for that
nomination; and that the attempt to deprive
them of that right by his arrostand banishment
wan an unmerited imputation upon their intel
ligence and loyally, as well as a violation of
the Constitution.
17. That we respectfully but most earnestly
oill upon the President of the United States to
restore Clement L. Vallandigbam to his home
in Ohio; and that a committee of one from
eaoh Congressional district of the State, to be
selected by the presiding officer of this Cn
vention, is hoieby appointed to prosent this ap-
plication to the President.
18. That the thanks of this Convention are
hereby tendered to Horatio Seymour, Governor
of the State of New York, for his noble letter
in relation to the arrest of Mr. Vallandigham;
and the President of the Convention is hereby
directed to communioate a oopy of this reso
lution to Gov. Seymour.
19. That the establihment or a military
government over loyal States, where war does
not exiet, tosuperoede the civil authorities and
suppress the freedom of speech and of the
i and the sovereignty or tbe states, out tne ac
tuni inauguration of revolution,
ng jnat j, j, ,j,e PWorn duty of the Govern'
humiliation and regret, not only the failure of
Dav,4 Tod, Governor of Ohio, to perform mat
a b, WDnt is ttill worse his aclive jartict
D1)tions in tbe violation of those rights.
i 1. That we denounce as traitors to the
country the Abolition Jacobins .win are seek-
22. That we denounco, nt libclers of tho
Democratic party and enemies of their country,
are wise ond patriotic ottlsere; ami mat uieir
conduct on this occasion is in striking contrast
with the contrary conduct of the military au
thorities upon the occasion of the late Demo
cratic meeting nt Indianapolis, And we take
pleasure in expressing our confidence In Gen.
Mason, nnd the offioers and soldiers under his
command. -
50,000 LBS.
WOOL WANTED
j AT WE
i WOOLEN MILLS
1 . OF
ryvyn fi ft A ITU ft faTV
J IjU WJli'Jil'ulii U v3 J
5)
I "cuang" uoouo, or lo m manuiao-
X tared on short notice. Onr ttock of Cassi-
Quality,
For Cassimeret per yard 62 to 76 cts., as
to quality.
For Plaid Elannels per yard 83 to 36 cts.,
as to quality.
p.. nu.L... ... iq An acr,..
r r
i!
The Wool for the above articles must be in
good condition, especially free of burrs.
We will produce thit season the beautiful
Aniline Colors Fuchsine, Blue de Lyon, Vio
let Imperial and Dahlia Rouge, which have
not been excelled by any Dyes for beauty or
stability:
ROLL CARDING
n .. ,. - .. ... . . .
, . . ,. w .
An extra price will be charged for dirty Wool
Carding, Spinning and Reeling
At ett. per lb. when th. grease it found-
the Wool to be tub-washed. If In the fleece,
; b WRshi , , .
j-Articlcs of every description colored
. ' . . r
nnd pressed. Blankets washed and blMChed,
P he(, 4
t j j. VlLLlAMS & CO
w. phila ' Mav 2" 1863
v JJ rhija., May , lQo.
FOR- SALE Oil KENT
TpiiP, House ami Lnt next in the Auditor's
' I Office at a great bargain,
. Aha, for rent, tbe dwelling now occupied
by Mr. Cramblit.
" " C." IL MIICJIEXER, Agent
Maro&M18G2. .
1863, SPRING. 1863,
O -L XX
CLOTHING HALL
GOOD S
AT
AUCTION: PRICES!
AT
Rothschild & Bros.
WE are opening out this day onr tecond
stock of SorinE Goods, to which we
call the attention of tbe oititens of New Phil
adelphia and vicinity. Our stock comprises
all assortment! of good: at less than impor
tation prices.
As we buy our goods ror uasn, we are anie
to give you better bargains, for less money,
tha t you will find within a thousand miles of
New Philadelphia, such as
CLOTHS, CASSIUERES & YESTIXGS,
Coats, pants & Dests,
EATS, CAPS, TRUNKS,
Shirt Collars, Neck Ties,
and in fact everything that bclongi to a first
class Clothing Store.
Go to Rothschild & Bros, and get a suit
made up on the shortest notice, and something
nent, too.
We have also on band a Splendid assortment of
mm mm mm
such as Fancy Silks, all Wool Delaines, Cali
coes, Bombazines, Alapaca Shawls of all de
scriptions. SFor an j thing you want In the Clothing
line, call on
ROTHSCHILD !t BROS.
Mammoth Cash Clothing Hall,
Chapin's Block, New Pbila.
Jane 6, 18G3.
XEW YORK lEBfinm TAILOR.
MEW PHILADELPHIA
CLOTiMG EMPORIUM.
RACM 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 Doys
CLOTHING,
On lhe shortest notice, lie also keeps on hand
all kinds of
READY MADE CL0TMNG.
which he will sell at the lowest possible prices
Mr. Uauui it a thorough Merchant, Tailor,
having worked a number of years in the most
fashionable establishments in New York City.
E. 13AU.M,
No. 1, Center Block, New Phila., O.
Feb. 27, 1803,-tf.
WM. OPPENI1EIMER has just returned
from the East with a splendid assort
ment of Clothing for Fall and Winter wear,
of the latest styles, which he v. ill sell Cheap
for Cash.
His stock of CLOTHS & CASSIMERS can
not be excelled in this oounty.
Jgyiliits and Over Coats in abundance.
No charge for showing Goods.
WM. OPPENHEIMER.
New Philadelphia, Nov. 14, 1802.
E&xisMf mm
SPRING & SUMMER
O- O O H S Z
AT M. V. REAM'S
IN SHANE SVILLE.
T WOULD respectfully announce to my vat-
X rons, and the people generally, that I have
just recoived my Spring biock or -
Dry Goods, Groceries, &c.
Which I bare bought on as reasonable terms
as the oity markets would affoid. It is true
that prices in the east nave advanced consider
ably on many articles, bnt, nevertheless, my
oustomers shall have no cause to complain
when comparing my pnoes to those or any oth
er establishment. Call and examine for your
telvet, and rest assured that to far as the style,
quality and pricet of my Goods it concerned,
you shall not go away dissatisfied.
I still adhere to tbe CASH SYSTEM, being
thoroughly oonvinoed by experience that it is
to the mutual advantage ot myaeir ana ous
tomers. 10 All kinds of Merchantable Produce
bought, and th highest market prioet paid
threfor.
M. V. REAM.
Shaneaville, May 29, 1863.
NEW GOODS.
rpHE tnbscriber bat now on hand and will
I be reoeiving daily, thit week, a full ttock
ofSllttJIER UOOD9, to which he would
Invite the attention of his friends and custom
en. J. P. CHAPIN,
New Phila., May 16, 1868.
FLANNELS.
STRIPED Shirting Flannel, Fancy Opera
Flannel, Twill Red and Grey Flannel,
Plain Red, White and Green Flannel, for tale
by J. r. CHAP1H.
New Phila., Deo. 18, 1802.
JUST received, by the subscriber, the new
ttyl. Rep. De Lalnt, "French Velour,
Plain French Merino, Coburgj and Alpaca, all
colore, ror sale by . r. CHAPIH,
New Phila., Deo. 19, 1862
A "NEW FIKM.
jSTOVES
AND
" " W. E. MANROW & ESP1CH
HAVING united as partners in the Stove
and Tinware Trade, invire all our old
oustomers and the public to call and tee if we
cannot suit them, both iu quality and prico, of
5W
St m
We have just been receiving the latest and
best patterns of Stoves now in tbe market, con
sisting in part of the Arbiter or Gita-Consum-iug
Coal Cook Stove, the Brilliant, for wood
or ooal; also, an assortment of Parlor and
Heating Stoves.
Bet? We warrant all our Stoves.
We manufacture our cwu ware, and will
warrant every artlclo to be of good material.
We also keep Porcelain Ware, Brass & Copper
Kettles. Jappanned, Fikcy and Imported Ware.
Roofing and Jobbing done to order and on
the most approved plans. . Spouting made and
pat up so as to last from 20 to 30 years, at rea
sonable prioet. Steam Mill Stacks made and
put np to order. Also, Soap Pipes, &0.
AH orders filled promptly.
jStore and Shop opposite the Post Of
fice, New Philadelphia, 0.
W. E. MAN BOW & ESPICH.
N. B. Old Iron, Copper, Brass, Pewter,
Lead and Rngs taken in exchange for Ware.
New fbila., April II, lBoU,
Truth Stranger than Fiction,
A STARTLING WORK.
OP can oi Q cs
fiffntunoyitDnttims
A NARRATIVE OP
Many Years Personal Experience,
By MARIA WARD,
TIIE WIFE OF A MORMON ELDER.
T
MIAT one-half of the world cannot im
agine how the other half live," is no
ess true than trite; nnd the lesson the adage
affords, our eiperience nnd observation daily
tends to verify. Then, too, when wo consider
tbe ever-varying phases ot human passion, and
the discordant elements from which all novel
and fanatical sects are moulded, it can scarce
ly seem surprising that a faithful reoord of ao
tual events should exceed in singularity the
wildest dream of romance; or that crimes,
both strange and unnatural, should be perpe
trated in a far oil country on the outskirts of
civilization, which people in another Btate :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 imposei 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 the public eye. The ro
mantic incidents connected with my experi
ence, many may think bordering on the mar
velous. . To them I would say, that this nar
rative of my life only proves, what has so of
ten been proved before, that "Tphth is Stean
or.n thak Fiction." Authors Preface.
Tbe book contains 449 pages, with engrav
ings, is neatly bound in oloth, and will be sent
to any address, post-paid, on receipt of price,
$1,25.
A COMPANION TO FEMALE LIFE.
Life Among the Mormoi.s,
hr AUSTIN N. WARD.
This, like tho above, is n work of crer.t and
unusual interest, and will be eagerly rend os a
companion volume to "FEMALE LIFE."
It is a large lino. volume, neatly bound in
cloth, illustrated with engravings, and will be
sent to any address, post-paid, nn receipt of
prico, $1,00 or on receipt of $2,00 we will
send ooth the above works, postage prepaid.
DICKENS' LAST GREAT WORK
Bt 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 indispensable to every family, are be
ing manufactured by us in every variety of
style and nmsb. Descriptive Circulars with
prices will be furnished on application, and
any sty'i of Album sent by mail, poBt paid, on
reoeipt of price.
tST Booksellers, Newt Aeents. Book Agentt.
Canvassers, Peddlers, nnd others will do well
to order a package of our Books and Albums.
They will tind them exceedingly popular, and
terms iioerni
1,000 Local & Travelling Igeuts
Wanted everywhere for their sale.
For single copies, or for terms in quantities,
with other information, apply to, or address,
JOHN EUW1N POTTER, Publisher,
No. 617 Sansom St., Philadelphia, Pa.
March 20, 1863.
Seml-Annnal Statement, No. 102.
CAPITAL &, SURPLUS,
$933,303.98.
May 1st, 1861.
Cash and cash items $79,688 78
Loans well secured 66,253 20
Rval Estate 16,000 00
2626 shares Hartford Bank Stocks 274,869 00
2425 New York
193,360 00
1010 ," Boston. " ,
607 " other . '
United States and State " 11
Hartfd N. Haven R.B.bonds
Hartford City Bondt...
Conn. RlverCo. & R. R. Co. Btock.,
100,760 00
68,086 00
78,867 00
89,700 00
86,760 00
4,600 00
Total Aisoti
Total liabilities...,
,.$932,302 08
.. 73.244 27
For details of Investments, see small Cards
and Circulars. .
Insurances may bo effected in thit old and
tubttantial Company on very favorable terms.
Apply to J. W. NEWBCRQ, Agent,
K8"-Dwelllngs and Farm Property insured
for a term of years at try low rates.
X. AW .
l BtW FUILADELPUIA, OHIO,
"IT7"ILL practice in Tuscarawas and adjoin
T V lug counties. Special attention given
to the business of Executors, Administrators
and Guardian, also the procuring of Soldier's
Bounty, Back Pay and Pensions. Collections
made in any part of the State.
. teTOffioe in Center Blook. 2nd floor, west
room. May 8, 1863. tf.
J. R..tIBBtlb. B. C, M BETH
A I KtEtr. t. WOLF.
NEELY A WOLF.
NEW PHILADELPHIA, OHIO.
SPECIAL attention will be given to Collec
tions, Adiniuistra'ort and Guardians bus
iness. Our a. woir is a notary ruono nnu
will attend to drafting and taking acknowl
edgments of Deeds, Mortgages, &o.
September 0, 1861. . ly
1. B. B.tBNnitiL. W. B. OBOXTON.
DARKIIILlr& CROXTON,
NEW PHILADELPHIA, OHIO,
WILL praotice in Tuscarawas and adjoin
ing oounties. Sueoial attention given
to the business of Executors, Administrators,
nnd Guardians. OlEoe opposite Public Offices.
March P, 1861.
ST AMU A UGH & BARTILSON,
NEW PHILADELPHIA, OHIO,
WILL promptly attend to all business en
trusted to them, in Tuscarawas and ad
joining Counties. &3 Office opposite the
Court House.
February 10, 1869.
READY & MITCHENER
aTTORNEYS AT LAW, New Philadelphia, O,
Attention given to Collections, Sales of Land.
Probate business, &o. Office in Judy's brick
row. nov 24 '63
A. T. Ready. C. II. Mitohenrb.
S, C. THOMPSON, M. D.
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN,
Late of Pittsburg, Pa
T7"OULU respectfully inform the citizens
VV of New Philadelphia, and vicinity,
that he has located in the above place for the
purposo of practicing his profession. Espco
iul attention paid to Chronic diseases.
Office on High Street, opposite tbe Sheriff's
office.
New Phila., May 8, 1863. tf.
MEDICAL NOTICE.
DR. D. RICHARDS, (formerly of New Phil
adelphia ) would respectfully inform the
citizens of Treuton and vicinity, that ho bus es
tablished himself in the above place for the
praotice of Medicine. PersonB desiring medi
cal aid, who are unacquainted with me, are
referred to Dr. F. Eckmnn, whose office I oc
cupy. D. RICHARDS, M. D.
March 27, 1863.
E. C. LEWIS, M. D.,
HAVING made Surgery a speoialty, will
give due attention this branch of his
proiession. BQyOffice opposite Chapin's new
store, New Philadelphia, O. May 2, '62.
DR. J. D. OTIS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
(Late of Navarre, Stark Co., O.,)
HAVING permanently located in New
Philadelphia, offers his professional sor
vices to the citizens of Tuscarawas Co. Ho is
also Examing Surgeon for Pensions.
Office near his residence lately occupied
by John English.
N. ii. Dr. O. speaks tho English nnd Ger
man languages. Jan. 21, '(i2.
Ult. O. fi. SELDE.V,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
SHANKS VI LLIi, OHIO.
PARTICULAR attention will bo given to
Surgical Operations and the treatment ot
Chronic, Surgical and Femele Diseases.
April 13, 1BUU.
3D US INT T -A. H..
Dr. W. W. JANES,
DENTAL SURGEON,
T)ein'o pern
mm-' place, and in i
permanent-
located in this
regular
practice for ll:u lust 12 years, is confident he
can render entire satisfaction to nil those nfiiic-
ted with any of the various diseases of the
mouth. He is 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
ic Base ; either with springs or clasps, os the
case may require. v
Teeth filled with Gold, Silver, or Os artifi
cial, to arrest the progress of decay.
Us is also familiar with all the Anaesthetic
agents known to the Dental Profession, and
cxtraots teeth without pain. All work war
ranted.
jJtjjyOffice and residence next door to Drs.
W. G. & T. Smith, New Philadelphia, O.
May 1, 1863.
Pensions, Bounty and Back Pay
TT AVINQ taken out n special license for
that purpose, the undersigned notify the
relatives nnd friends of soldiers, that we will
procure Pensions, Back Pal and Bounty for
the widows and heirs of deceased Boldiers en
titled thereto, and also Bounty and Buck Pay
for those soldiors wounded in battle, nnd Back
Pay for soldiers discharged, not wounded.
In a lute act of Congress it is enacted, That
every non-commissioned officer, private or oth
er person, who hat been or shall hereafter be
discharged from the army of the United States
within two years from the da'.e of enlistment
by reason of wounds received in battle, shall
be entitled to reoeive the same bounty as is
granted to tbe tame classes of persons who
were discharged after a service of two years;
and all acts and parts of acts inconsistent with
this are hereby repealed.
READY it MITCHENER.
New Phila , March 20, 1863.
$100.00 SOLDIERS' BOUNTY
GOVERNMENT will pay $100.00 bounty
to tbe widow or nearest relative of those
who die in the service; also, pensions to all
who are disabled while In the line of duty.
The undersigned, having made arrangements
with responsible parties at tbe teat of govern
ment, has superior faeilities for procuring
SOLDIERS' BOUNTY,
PENSIONS,
LAND WARRANTS,
1 4c, and will give prompt attention to all who
. may desire his services.
11. X. BTUCKWBLL,
Attorney at Law,
New Phila., Feb. 14, 1862. -
BOUNTY.
BY yirtue of a late act of Congress soldiers
discharged on aooount of wonndnjeociv
ed in battle, are entitled to $100 00 Bounty.
NEELY 4 WOLF,
Att'ys and Claim Agents.
Now Phila., a. March 18, '68. 8m. ,
JUSTICES' T,r-
AT THIS OFFICE, ,, ;,.
Mechanical Branches.
IRON & JV00DEN LEVER SCALES
THE undersigned is now manufacturing
and keeps constantly on hand and for
sale at hia Shop in New Philadelphia, a supply
of Hay, 8tock, Ore and Coal SCALES. - Farm
ers and others will be supplied with the above
Scales on short nnd on reasonable terms.
Those who have tried them would not do with
out them for double their oost. These Scales
are durable, easily kept in order and are true
in weighing.
toy All work warranted. Apply to me at
my shop east of the Publio Square and near
the Lutheran Church.
R. A. BLAIR.
w Phila., April 20, 1860.
MANUFACTORY.
JOHN WINGER would return thanks to the
public for tbe liberal patronage hereto
fore extended to him, and respectfully solicits
a oontinuance of the patronnge 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 prioes that will defy competition. Come
and examine my work, and be convinced.
Farmers and others will please bear in mind
that I also manufacture
LIGHT AND DEAVY WAGONS !
at prices to oorrespond with the hardness of
the times.
goT REPAIRING also done to order and
in a good and substantial manner.
g5y Sh)p removed a few doorB North of my
old stand, and near the new Methodist parson
age. JOHN WINGER.
April 20, I860.
AT THE
TO OF THE "BIB WATCH!"
HAVING removed my Jewelry Store from
the Eagle Block to Peter Williams' Bloci
on the North East corner of tho publio square,
ono door East of Minnich & Warner's store,
I would respectfullyinform my friends and the
public generally that I have opened a fine stock
of entirely new JEWELRY, to which I invito
their attention.
My Btock conslsto of CLOCKS of every style.
Gold and Silver WATCHES of various quality,
Gold Watch Chains for ladies and gentlemen,
Lockets, Breast Pins, Finger Rings, Pencils,
Silver Spoons, Spectacles, &c. So., all owliich
I will sell nt the lowest possible figure.
BfflT 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, 1858. VIM. NICHOLS.
JOHN REX'S
STOVE EMPORIUM
Cfjtvfjc nor eii, omo.
THE Subscriber keeps constantly for sale
at hs establishment in Dover, on Facto
ry st., STOVES OF ALL SIZES AND PAT
TERNS, from the best manufacturers. He
Is Determined FTL And assures his
that none shtill f customersthathe
surprnss him in wo ttr-iT ill not be under
quality of stock. JJ ft Bold by any one.
STOVES FOR WOOD OR COAL,
for the Parlor or the Kitchen, the Shop or the
Bed-room, of all qualities and at any prioe.
Pipe of any quality to suit the Stoves.
A large lot of Brass and copper Kettles, of
nil sizes, hammered and pressed. Also, n great
voriety of Japanned Ware; nnd a splendid lot
of Enamelled Kettles, of best quality, for pro
serving anil cooking. A large lot of Stove
blocking, a superior article. In short I have,
in groat variety, everything in my lino of busi
ness; all of which will be sold nt wholesale
or retail, on very reasonable terms.
I ai mers trom the country, and all othors,
arc solicited to call and examine my stock.
JUU wukk, both in Copper nnd Tin,
promptly executed.
All staple articles of trado, and old Pewter,
Copper and Brass, taken in exchange for work
or any articles in my lino. JOHN REX.
Unnal Dover, Nov., lBbl.
FIASTERUG! PLASTERING ! !
rTMlE undersigned respectfully informs tho
citizens of incw rhundelphia nnd sur
rounding country, that he continues to carry
on the Mastering business in all its branches
Stucco work, (iniluding Center Pieces, Cor
uico, &o.,) Hard Finish, nnd Common Plaster
ing, done in tho best style of tho art, nnd on
reasonable terms,
From long experience in the business, aud
having worked many years in the leading cities
of the Union, I am enabled to assure the pub
lie that all work done by me shall be well
dono. Having two good assistants, I nm, al
so, enabled to do jobs as expeditiously as may
be derired.
jgTAIl orders left at my residence on Wa
ter street, ono square West of Broadway, New
Philadelphia, O., will be promptly attended to
JESSE ST0WBR1DQE.
March IS. 1861.
A
FINE ASSORTMENT OF CUTLERY, at
RAIFF'S HARDWARE STORE,
A GOOD LOT OF CARPENTER TOOLS, at
23L RAIFF S HARDWARE STORE.
PUMPS, CHAINS AND FIXTURES, at
. - RAIFF'S HARDWARE STORE.
GUM BELTING, OF ALL SIZES, at
RAIFF'S HARDWARE STORE.
IRON, STEEL, NAILS AND GLASS, at
RAIFF'S HARDWARE STORE.
TTTJP.S, FELLOES, SPOKES, BHABTS,
XX ole and Bows, at
RAIFF'S HARDWARE STORE.
ROPES, HEMP AND GUM PACKING, at
RAIFF'8 HARDWARE STORE.
H
OUSE TRIMMINGS OF ALL KINDS, at
s RAIFF'S HARDWARE STORE.
AXES, MATTOCKS, PICKS and all kinds
Edge Tools, at
RAIFF'S HARDWARE STORE.
IATENT & ENAMELED LEATHER CAR
rlage Trimmings of all kind, at
RAIFF'S HARDWARE STORE.
DR. ROBACK'S
STOMACH
JITTER
ABE HOT
TO BE EXCELLED
STOMACHIC
MS
or vat
K 1VE ORGANS,
cwve, aW. V o " vW vmCvcVw
avv foe AWve-, a'1 '
hilious Fever,
i'ever and -figue,
Liver Complaint?
. (Dyspepsia,
Indigestion,
Jaundioe,
Kidney Complain '
VVf W0i.VY.
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ue V-oo maw wvaw
av v'vc!w wvaw"1 So.ae,e
W. "RoWc-V
v.ttcroa..AW x-a, awdV
a'v.vac.
awa was.e, "Lvfc fcwovyj,.
"0. RoatV
avc We. SoVaW "Wveva,,
ljLVfce.wwt "B'vawWa,-
ffTiese fitters are put up in quart
Lotties, of whioh the above is a ao-sim-ile.
The label is finely engraved, and'
is provided with a safe-guard from
counterfeiters. (Price $1 per bottle, or
six for $5.
C. W. JfobaoJe, CProjjrtefor, JTo. 6
East Fourth. St., Cinoinnati, to whom,
all orders should he addrescei.
FOR SALE BY
John I. Smith, New Philadelphia; P. P. Laffer,.
Snndyville; II. J. Knisely, Trenton; Chas.
Schneider, Gnndcnhutten; M. R. Haskins,
Uhrichsville; T. H. Balrd, New Cumberland;
Philip Lanning, Gillmore; H. C. Maxon, Pt.
Washington; Wm. B. Scott, New Comerstown;
Derauth & Rickart, Canal Dover; John M,
Peetro, Bolivr r; and by Druggists and Mer
chants generally throughout the country.
County Surveyor's Mice.
I AM now loon ted in New Philadelphia and'
will at all times be in reodiness to attend
t- all the duties of the office of County Survey
or that may be entrusted to me, with eare and
correctness. I have now ao entire new Bet of'
instruments for doing tbe most difficult Sur
veying with the greatest precision and accura
cy. I am full well assured that I ean give
general satisfaction to all who may employ
me. I will also make plans, drafts, and spe
cifications in the best styles of architecture, .
with all the latest improvements in building, ,
both for economy, neatness and eonvenienoa.
fSTOffice in the Court House.
ISAAC ANGEL,
Surveyor of Tub. Co., O.,
New Phila., Maroh 16, 1861.
TCSCAR1WAS NURSERY t
TWO miles north of Westchester, Tui-fTJ
carawas oonnty, Ohio. We have an2C
extensive variety of fruit trees from one to four
years old, comprising all the approved varie
ties of Apples, Pears, Peaohes, Aprioota, Neo
tarine Plums, Cherries, Quinces, Grapes and,
the different benins which have boea tested In
this climate. Persons purchasing trees of ins
oan rely upon getting varieties adopted to our
eoil and olimate, aa we hare fruited a large
number and know what we say. Buy treea
then of your home nursery eo that yon may
know what you get, which you ean not by buy
ing of foreign nurseries, and pedlar;. We will
deliver trees at the following low rates; Ap
ples, 12 cents, Peaches 16 oenta, and othera
proportionally low. All orders to us at Cad
walader P. O , Tub. Co., O., or left with H. T.
Stockwall, New Philadelphia, Ohio, will bo
promptly filled. D. SWAIN & SONS. .
Maroh 6, 1868. ly
Licensed Auctioneers
THE undersigned, Lloensed Auctioneers for
Tuscarawas County, respectfully tender
their services to the publio. They will attend
Publio Sales, &o., at moderate rates.
J. W. NEWBURGH. Canal Dover.
THOS. J. HALEY, Dundee.
April 8, )68. tf
TOD PRINTING, of all descriptions nearly
executed at thit office, at lowprieti.

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