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4; V ! if s r : . 4Bf i If 1 1:4 3 Ti I4r V- ! ' A- llPliiJletn0frBi -December 4," 1863. v.i, .,.,MoBey Wauteel. ... ; ; -: ' .- The imotense demand for rags to make jiapaj pa which to print governmeat Money tad boadtj he again induced p jw mftlten to almost doable" the price wf printing paper, and hence we ask lubtcrlbere who may be owing as, to lend a helping head. A little from er wjf ope to needed juit now. , ' New Store and New CSooda. .. Ve call attention to the new ttock of foods advertised by the Meurs, Smith, of this town... Gi ve them a call, and yon will' find accommodating salesmen and cheap goods.'1' i ? i Exchange Hold. ' ' ivl.C. Harvey, by hie advertisement, in- lte trarellers to the Exchange HoteT. ' Charier it always there, brisk as a bee, ; ready for those .who 'call,"', ( nieade'a Army 'Pu been fighting Lee since Friday, bat DOthinir reliable as. to the result. One report iaj that he has defeated Lee soother that he hat fallen baek to Fred -Ickicfcsborg and another, December Sod, that he Is removed and Gen. Book H pot in hit place. "'' : ' .. From Bnrnalde. -Latest news from Borneide ity'that the Cumberland Gap garrison marched tn his assistance, and that he b&sca tnWd)5C05 rebels. ,, . vV. , T ; V ',, tgfT Giimore it; Mill playing away t Fort Snmter and Charleston. aT; Te following list of fioonded it all we find in the Tascarawat tegi ntnta in the fete battle near Chattanoo- .-i 80th. Lieut. M. Ross. Co. Kj Adt. J.; W. Collier; Asbnry Steele; Co. D; Capta'a Morris, Co. K; Sergt. MoBarrs, Co. 0. 51st. Corpl. F. W. Halmaker, Co. B. , tSmiU D. Hopkins, Co.. D; H. Oler, Co.,l; Calvro Druly, Co. D. Ttte' Vightlns Stock of Tascara- j7i': ;J ! ' waa County.; . YV. publish the list of men enrolled in Tuscarawas County under the draft law, and .from among whom the three handred and thirty-four are to be draft' ed' after the Bth of January. It is a formidable array, and if the rebelions leaden Sooth could be made to under ttaud that each county of Ohio can furn- iabi as many (on an average) as this, and each State as many as Ohio, hi propor tion1 to population, to fight for the Uni oo. at it was, these rebellions men would either lay down their arms and come back into the Union, or seek a borne in iom6 other land than that ondor the atripes apd stars. . ' And It would be well if the rulers at Washington could be made to under- tand likewise, that they must jio loneer trifle with ihe resources of the eonntry and the. lives of the people, to prolong their bwa tenure of office., ' ' The fighting reserves now enrolled, re gard the plan emanating from Washing ton,' to abolish State lines and Strike ten States from the Union, at equally infa mous Vith. the effort pf the Southern leadort at Richmond. There It a deep eti& conTfction in the public mind, that thieUnion hat tnemiet in the one Capitol as well at the other, and It be hoovet our mien to no longer play with ffie liberties .of the people, for pelf and galn.T The Union must be preserred, as well from traitors within as without our UPtt., "n't .mi . w' .y.ir'i :Pretident Lincoln' Plan. , r , rIt ft ' said i' 'that In bit forthcoming Slettager "Mr, Lincoln will kick over the Chase and Butler plan of abolishing the States in rebellion, and making Terr! toriet out of them, and that Instead aof , that . h will recommend hit plan, which 1st. That the loyal people pf those -Btatel sliall be pot la possession, of the toveriiing power. - ' H k Xi. That they shall then;.voU (hem ae(vct back into the Union at original suuei'HA r. y vis Srd. That they gridually emanolpate ' ilaves; .to that,' in .twenty . jeiarB, slavery win -M eradicated. -.-?. ., " 2'" pttri""' ' . , The "War Dtmocratt" of Ohio, Indi ankp'id Illbjolt were to have ' meeting tX Chicago ija sha 28th utt It would' look much more coneis tent ' for them "to eet at tome recruiting office and be worn into tht service. A 'North American Irlter in e London Times reoommendt toe re isnitlon of the South and the establish' : .ent pf two Confederacies, with. At LUssissIppif,1 Ohio, Susquehanna;, and Chesapeake to be free waters to all na- Hons, ;j, vi 9 wiji see aoouv mat. ,5Th' Stark County Democrat ays .that the tetplug machine telling . firm of Aultman ft Co,, of that town : have started a National $100,000 Bank, and bnllt a, thirty thousand dollarchurch, kestdet persecuting men for voting for Vallandlgbam. t 'T" i ph en A. Douglas' estate at - Chk-'-'i t'-i B-ld last,w9k.,tO'pay Atlaatle A Great Wester R. B- Now Bail Boa let New xerK. The Atlantic, & Great Western Rail road hat been opened from Akron, Ohio, to Salamanca, 46 miletweet of Dankirk, where It connects with the New York & Erie.; . ', . A brauch also rant to Cleveland. By Spring it is expected thit road will be finished to Dayton and Cincinnati, where it it to connect with the Ohio & Mississippi Road, furuishing a broad gnage road from St. Louis to New York, distance 1,200 miles. , At St, Louis it connects with the Pacific- road, which when completed will fornish a 6 foot road acros the continent. 'Persons from the Tascarawat valley wishing to go to New York, take the Cleveland & Pittsburgh R. R. to Ra vens, and. from thence to New York on' the six footguage- . . , . p " New Ball road Project. The citizens of Canton are moving to effect the construction of a branch of the Atlantic Great Wes: era Railroad, from Fratrklln Mills in Portage County, sooth through Stark and Tuscarawas, to open op and develops the immense iron and coal mines of these counties. A Committee? consisting of Messrs. J. Brown, -Saxton and Aultman, visited our town and. Dover on Wednesday, held meetings, set forth the feasibility and importance of the project. It is a grand movement, and every property bolder U'lnterested. in if. Committees were Appointed to report statistics, fcc., at a meeting to be held at the uourt House Satarday night, whan we hope every businessman will attend. Beal Estate Advancing. Onr exchanges notice the increased prices' cereal estate, and the demand therefor. "The New Lisbon Patriot, of Nov. 2T, says there is aruBh for pro perty In that town, and it it sold ten to fifteen per cent higher than a year ago. It notices a sale of 30 acres near that town at $4,500. It also says that the holden of coal along the railroad are finding purchasers at increased ratet. A farm near Massilloit, belonging to Jacob Ernbart, sold a few days ago at $62.50 per acre. The Alliance Times says that every day persons come to that town to locate, bnt have to go elsewhere, for want of houses to live in'. ' It calls on the lot owners to erect dwellings and bniid up the town. The Railroads crossing at that point, the companies are about to erect extensive machine shops. The Canton Repository says that at Maisillon and in that town houses for rent were never as scarce as at this time. Product of Gold Mines. During the last nine months of the present year the gold production of the country is as follows: California Mines $52,500,000 Other mines in the Union 25,500,000 Total $78,000,000 . The gold exported to foreign coun tries dunug these nine months was as follows: From California ' $24,000,000 From New York , 89,000,000 Total $63,000,000 Showing an excess of production over expbrts of fifteen millions of dollan in nine months. . .t5JT The draft men complain much at being compelled to go to Barnesville to prove exemptions. . It should ' have been at each Connty .Court House, but the fault It at Washington, and not with the Provost Marshal. : The expense will be at least $1 0,009 t0 a C0UD W a" which could have been saved to the .Govern ment Treasury. - t3f A somber of Republican office holden stole the name of "War Demo crats," and met in Chicago, a few days ago, in convention, and passed resolu tions. One oflhem has since confessed to stealing money from the government as will be seen by an article in another column. iii i u . i .. '...'-.I!'- Sec'y Stanton bat rppointed Judge Bostwick of Cadiz, R. Marsh of Steubenville, and B. Cowen of St Clain- ville. Commissioners, daring the war, to charge, under the treason acts.1 ' ' A Mississippi rebel Governor advises his people to fight on . ontil the last man U killed, after which , the wo men and children to join bands and march into the see. Plooky. . 2JLa8t week, at Zanesville, one penon told to another 110,000 stock in tht Central, O. U K. The purchaser on the succeeding day told it again for $20,000. V ' ' ' . ;. Hall and Smith, two hone con- tracton, were tried at Cincinnati last week, and sentenced six yean In the penitentiary for defrauding the people. Some of tht Now York papen predict a eollapse of the rebellion by January, and ti general crash In prices and paper money. otand from unaer, rJT A Capt-' Streeter baa been found guilty of murdering the McCoy family at Ravena, and it to be houg on tht 26th of January. ; t Capt.Xonrr, U,' S. A., at Co- lumbut. oflert one hundred, and thlrtv idoUafs aoieew for 5000 :WtJ bbrset. - - Sad Case. ; . I are reported by the newspapers. One, ; nishet to the., press the following esti the case of a woman named ilargaret I mate ef the hog crop, this teaaon, io Walsh, recently .arrived from Ireland, the West, as reported to that Depart. f ho destitute and friendless, gave birth td (child on the street in Chicago. The other, of a woman in Columbus, named Mathews, wife of a soldier who was killed in battle. This woman was found with her little boy a few days ago, over a few embers and- without a morsel of food. 'The woman was to severely tried by destitution as not only to sicken, but lost sanity. She was taken in charge by the Sisters of Charity, but was too far gone. She died, a victim of poverty La a cttv of plenty and splendor.. . - While people enjoy the comforts' of home themselves, they ought, to think on the poor and the homeless, and do at much as possible to assist them., This winter, families, whose supporters are braving suffering and death iu the camp or on the battle-field, .will often need, and they, and all others should be cner isbed and assisted. Well would it be, that a part of the money now spent on fasbiouable fooleries should . be appro priated to holy charity, and that more people should "learn the luxury of doing1 good." 'tffeii&enuuM (Jowner. " -. x' . 'Thi Abolitionists Claim that Mr Lincoln is the Government. We deny this, but admit ho Tioldn a close relation to the Government . The Constitution it the body of the tree, the laws made in conformity to that Constitution are the branches, all constituting the tree, or Government- . Mr. Lincoln occupies the same relation to the Government that the woodsman does to the tree when he pliet bis ax to strike it down. fjnt'on Uouniy vemocrat. . .: Game Feast. : At a game dinner recently given at one of the Chicago hotels, there were on the table game chickens, quails, vent son, partridges 'brant, black ducks, gray ducks, snipe, sandhill crane, mal lard ducks, squirrels, canvaisback ducks, wild geese, green wing teal ducks, blue wings, broadbill docks, marsh birds, plover, rabbits and widgeon. The Plot. The reported plot for the capture of Johnson's Island, the release of rebel prisoners, and the destruction of cities on our Northern borders has, as we sup posed it would, turned oat to be an an mitigated, humbug. , t3gT Several soldiers who gutted a store in Newark, have been tried and sentenced to the penitentiary, one for 25 years, and the others for 6 yean. JjgT'Morgan and bis staff having got to Toronto, Canada, he sent Gov Tod a despatch announcing his safe ar rival. . ' td2P Secretary Chase hat - issued a pamptiletrCoutalnhig his speeches -made last fallt lie is after the Presidency, Harvey Anderson, 124th Ohio, is to be shot at Covington, January 8tb, for desertion. t3T" But 2000 men have enlisted in. Ohio under the last call. 31 President Lincoln is 111 with the smallpox, but getting better. Extensiv Pork Packino Estab- LiSHMENf. According to the Indianap olia Journal, during the past summer there, has been erected in that city one of the largest pork houses in the world. It is considerably larger than the mon ster pork-paoking houses of Cincinnati or Chicago, and is the largest single es tablishment, conducting all its processes under one roof, in the United States. It has been erected at a cost of near $100,000. ' ' Coal. The diggers at the Yellow Creek coal mines demand such exorbi tant ratet for digging coal, (hat the proprietors have been compelled to stop business.' -At the rates-now asking, they cm make from six to eight dollars per' day; The Hammondsville Coal Company are thinking of doing the same, mere soouid oe sometnirg done to regulate the price of coal." S(euo- viUe Union. ' ' 1 ', : . ': A Coshocton Soldieb Starved W Death.-We have advices from Afltia- polio, that our old friend Jim Cooper, the chum of John Winn"; and the dead patriot, Jim Brister, has been starved to death 1y the rebels. Cooper wat a member of Co. H, 51st O. V. I., and wat to unfortunate at to be captured by the rebels; and, along with other Union prisoners, was starved to death. Confiscated. A New Yorker went to Georgia and married niece of Herschei V. Johntoo, taid niece be ing enepmbered with a cotton plantation j and. a lot of negroes came North when the rebellion broke out, leaving hit wife to manage affairs. The rebels confis cated all his property, $40,000 worth' and be and hit wife are now at Troy. Speaking of the alleged abuse of Federal soldiers in rebel prisons, the Richmond1 Enquired says: " If we are starving ourselves, how can we keep them from starving: Hut the trntn is, that, though straitened in onr meant of life, we are doing at well for our priao nen at for ourselves, H The Old and New School Presbyte rian Church in New Philadelphia, Ohio, have united at one church, under the pastoral care of Rev. D. E. Wells, in oonneotion with the Presbytery of Steu benville. ! ... .. : J Err. Davis has addressed t letter to Gen.1 Polk acquitting him of all blame in the Chickamaoga mismanagement The fighting bishop hat been assigned to a new field of duty. The expentet of the government for the .fiscal .year ending with the. last of June wtn 902.000.000; of which 1600, 000,000 were for the.army, and $66,000,- nOOfor the navy. - ;-.. ; Mobi than 500 rebel prisoners at , ... . J... Camp Donglat, III., hata made applioa- .. Nob tOtio; oath of Blltue. ? 'Itosj Pro'tfuetJ of the Weet'y. I meet bv.itt no memos eorresooodeota! The eamber of hogf In the great feeding States of Ohio, Michigan, Indiana and Illinois is two-tenths 1ms than last vear. causing a reducUoa infbe. namber fat tened iu these States or 809,139. Their- eondition in these States is still lower, being 80 per cent below a general aver, agel It is believed that but few bogs will be sufficiently fattened to make ttest pork, or to produce a supply of lard. The exports of the nimal productions of the United States are shown in "the report to be as follows: 1880 23,666, 798 pounds; 1861-27,715,892; 1862 42,288,906. The amount of pork which entered into the commerce of the coun try in 1860 was about 823,358,800 pounds, of which there was exported in form of bacon; lard and barrelled pork, 86,909,795; of which the Southern States took 184,386,409, leaving for the con sumption of the Eastern and Middle States 52,063,386. Tuscarawas Co.. Agrloultaral Awards Omitted being Published. Best sample Maple Molasses, J. H Benson, n 7, $1 ,00 Best sample ogar tane Syrup, i Ferdinand "Helwi ? A 00 Best 5 lbs. Maple Sugar, Phillip Bear, ' 1 2nd best 5 lbs. Honey, Mrs. Sarah 00 Gibbs, . 15 Best 5 lbs. Batter, Phillip Btar, . 1 ,00 2nd best, Mrs. Taylor, ; 1 00 E. SLiNomrr, Seo'y. Taxation.- At a Democratio meeting in Onoo New York, one of the speakers closed his remarks by rehearsing the song: . Wc'rt taxed en our clothing, oar meat and our bread, " Our carpets, and dishes, and oar tables, and neas; , , . . On oar tea and onr coffee, bar fuel and lights, And we're taxed so severely, .we oan't sleep a'niirlitfl.1' Terktble Accident. The clothes of the yonng daughter of Dr. Wm. Kenney, oj.uooroon uounty Kentucky, acciden tally took Are on Friday last, and she was burnt so badly that she died the next evening. She was a lovely and interesting child, about three years old. FataX Accident. The Brownville (Pa.,) Jonrnal states that a widow lady oamea ratterson, residing la Bridge port, while lifting ashes a few days ago, had fire communicated to her clothing, and no person being present to assist ner, was burned so badly that she died in about nve hours afterwards. UOV. SEYMOUR, OI SiBW lork, DOW announces that be assents to, and will forward the enlistment of negro soldiers in me state or in ew xorit, Tney are to receive the same bounties as white volunteers, are to be used to fill op reg iments in the field, and will be counted in the quota of New York.., . Wednesday evening a boat from one or the Ku8sian Vessels still iu New York harbor, containing twelve men, was run down by a ferry boat, and seven were drowned. ' Tbo other five were rescued by the crew of the ferry boat. A- beoent order from Washington di reels that all the troops in the Northern States shall immediately be sent to tht Held, aua tneir places be supplied by in valid troops. - In the case of Dr. Olds vs. Gov. Tod, in the Fairfield Common Pleas, Judge Van Trump bes denied the motion to transfer the case to the United States Court. . It has long been the aim of phy liciana to nnd a oombination of medicines having the requisite stimulating and tonic properties to . elieve and oure the oomraon oom ulivints of Billiouanees. Liver dis- iJ orders, Languor,1 Headache, Low .i) of Spirits, Indijestlon, Jauo- Hoe, Fever anu A2U luoh life the diseases incident to this climate. The remedy has been diauuvureu by Dr. Robaok, and in thousands of caeca the merits of hie Bittera have been tested in the above complaints, add there Is bat one voice from the people, and that is in favor of thee truly wonderful Stomach Bit tars. We advise all , wb art afflicted ' and need an agreeable tonic for -the tredblcs above Indiontedj to commence at once using these Bitters. See Advertisement. ; SPECIAL NOTICES.. U . - TISSB TABLE or TH CLEVELAND fc PITTSBURGH KAIL ROAD, Commencing Nov. 16, 1863. :- Traid leaves New Philadelphia as follows; 1.16 P. M. arriyee at Bayard 4.16 A. M.; Cleveland 8.40 P. M.t, Pittsburgh 8.60 P. M. ' i airuasmo. . , Leaves Pittsburgh at 6.16 A. M.; Cleveland at 8.80 A. M. Bayard at 6.40 P. M., arrive at New Philadelphia at B.8U r. M. -v., , 4. ,'CUU.OUGH, ?res't, Pa R. Mraas, Gen. Ticket Agt " i sTS. Hakmodit is now doing all kiada of custom wort at his mill, m lianal Dover.. There, those who are desirous of having good noor ana work promptly aoae, oan oe aooom. modated. .... . . i;-. A- rs Dr. Harlett't Oongh Byrnp The Best Medicine fer Cought, Colds Eooninq Cough ana (Jonsumphon, Prioe, 25 and SO cents. Large bottles hold two and J times aa muca aa the email ones. SOLD BT OH AOIIT 1H IAOH TOWI. ' Col. Hodge, of Bolivar, O., aays, f June. '61.1 'Dr. HaileU; Your Coogh 8yrup otulued of you two years alnee, acted like a oharnvit relieved iaa imnMOUly.". I kaje never used anything equal to it." Mr. Joseph . Painter, of Pike Tewnehlp, Stark Co., O., aaya (Jan., 1861,) "We net Dr. Hailett's Cough Byrup for Whooping coagh We never had better medioine In the houee.' Mr. Peter MoKlnney, of Sparta, O., has for yean beeu afflicted with asthma. ' He aaya (Jnnt; 1861,) a'Dr. Haxlett a Cough Syrup has relieved me more wan anymmg else." ' Mr. Theodore Noble, of Pittabargh. Pa. fornwrTy proprietor of the Philadelphia Mills, aaya, "Dr. Hailett's Cough Syrup gave imme diate relief to onr little-daughter. We were obliged to get op at midnight on account of ber orouplnese and ulmoolty oibreatting." VALCABLl TaSTIMOKT. Ut. I. V. MoMMl, of Canal Dover, 0., oelebrated for bis talents, learning and experience in the praotio of medicine, used Dr. Hailett's Cough Syrup daring th last several win ten of his life and ipokkljM, of tt, from la m dm FORFEITED K fPHE Laads. Lots and Parti of LoU in JL to the State for the Non-payment of JL to ine State lor IDe nonpayment oi iut, wgvuier wiui iu jmura i 'Ti-i- t Penalty. charged theredn, agreeably to law, aw contained and described In the' rjfirillQll JJlttCrS I . fnllnoinar Hut. vi t . . I , . A ro IN WHOSE NAME" FORFEITED. TOWNSHIPS. Lawrenea. .... Onknoeo .. Hill..., 101 mated, Dewey K.ilgort do ...... .... do.".,...MM., Dawaon B, M Latto Wm Oxford........ 8pdy ....',., Qardner Buean . Danlap Williet.. Hrodt Gottlieb , Stambaugh IX. W. -Gray John. .......... do Balem Wayne Washington. Helmick J. U. aanra - do T O WN TQWNSUIP3 AMD ; towns. . IN WHOSE NAME FORFEITED. LAWRENCE TP. Bolivar Campbell John.... m....m do do m...... .... do dO MiiettH neeete dO eeeeeeje Maeeee aame . -. Oarst Jacob.. Sioekwell ft ZuUvern... aame ' IZatavern John C Yandt'a addition...... Vandt 4 Co .1 Dawaon R. M , MILL TP. UhrichsTille do do do , .; do ... do do ' do ,., do do do ... do d) ......mm. Hilton George W Hankina M Hilton Wm McCnlloagh Alex. ....... Moore Wm )hio State of.... :. aame Ogden Thomas aame it... Riley Abraham Stambaugh D. W jtockwell 11. T. . Seward Thomaa.. do do do do aamt - .. Ohrlch Michael.. tame eamo aame ..... same same same do do do do ........ do do do Welsh John...;.... aame .-. Eastport Bingham Thomaa ao do do Sharp & Lyona aame Smitley J...., Newport WarbesL.t Reeves W.R, ao OXFORD TP, New Comeretown. aame Caldwell Margaret West New Comerstown uoyie ueorge do bo PERRY TP. Westchester . SANDY TP. Sandyvillo.M do 8UGARCREEK TP. Shanesville WARWICK TP. Trenton Gardner Wm Gardner Wm Dicka Jaa. H... Whitwer Benjamin Ohio State of , Byaol Philip...... ....... Ohio State of,. I...... Clewell a Fenner'a ad'n Helmick J. C And notice la hereby given, to all oonoeraed, Mia iisi oe not paia into me uounry Treasury ana tne Treasurer a receipt produced there for, before the seoond Monday in December next, each Tract, Lot, and part of Lot eo delin quent as aforesaid, on which the Taxes and Penalties remain unpaid, will, on the second Monday in December next, be exposed for sale at the Court House in said Connty, in order to satisfy suoh Taxes and Penalties ; and that said sale will be adjourned from day to day until each and every Tract, Lot, and patt of Lot of Land, specified in said List, shall have been disposed of or offered for sale. , . . JESSE D. ELLIOTT, County A editor. fc JSTThe column in the abovo headed "Lowest price fixed by Commissioners," baa refer ence to the Minimum Price for wliioh suoh Lands and Lots as the County Commissioners have designated, may be aold, without regard to the Taxes and Penalty that may have ao- vrutra upon ine same, oee lax baw, Deo. 1U. Klew Philadelphia, Nov. 20, 1863. 8w The States of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and -Michigan are detached from the Department of the Ohio, and are now under the control of the Provost Mar shal General, of Washington. Ii is reported that Qen. Schenck (of Vienna) has resigned, to take effect Deo. 20tb, and that Qen. Steel is- to be his-snccessor. OBITUARY. DIED November 28th, 1863, Jisst, son of Samuel and Catharine Sedgwick, of Lockport, aged 3 months and 7 days. May the bereaved parents receive comfort In their affiiotion from Him who said "Suffer little children to come onto me, and forbid them not, for of each is the Kingdom of Heav en." ,. ,. ' .... A. I- . New Philadelphia Prices. ' Corrected at the. Mill Store, Dec. 8. Flour. ......$6,50a6,6O. Pork .$3,004,26 Buckwheat Flour 2,26 Read wheat. 119 Hams.., Sides ... Shoulders ....... Butter........ .... Eggs ) do...... Tallow do Lard do' Country 8oap... Beeswax M. 09 08 07 20 IS 08 10 ,a5 26 White Wheat - 120 Rye. e.eate 70 Corn v i 80 Oata ' 46 Clover SJ,0:ib 6,00 Flaxseed. 1,25 Dried Peaches-' 2,00 Dried Apples... 1,25 Feathers.. Wool 60 ..... 70a76 Potatoes . 76 On!ona.u...rf 60 t Hay V ton...-..lfl,00 Timothy Seed 461b-. $8,00. . NEW PHIL A., OHIO. CB. IIARTET having taken th Ex , ekaog Hotel, recently kept by A. T. Kain, inrorms the rubite mat n intenae Keep ing first diss Hotel, where th want of gueets will be carefully attended to. The ta ble will at all times be furnished with such artlole as the market afford. Ample Sta bling and a eareful hostftr. The- patronage of the traveling public, ta respeoirully solicited. December 4, 1863. - - .' - ... m ' ".. DR. W. W. JANES, HAS mad arrangements to Insert Teeth upon the. Vulcanite Base, a new lnven tion muoh appreciated in the Eastern cities, and at a muoh lower ooat than upon gold or silver plat. . ' Those desiring Teeth Inserted wlthoat hav ing the roots extracted, can avail themselves of this opportunity. rOf6o and residence next door to Dn. W. G. ft T. Smith, New Phil., O. , , June27, 1862. tf, , ..... ' 1 $ 100 Bounty, Back Pay & Pension. XHE undersigned ia authorised to ieenre Bounty, Back Pav and Pension for sol s and relatives, and will do to at tht low. tktwtt ;!'!? v't'i'-uv1 r. v '. :". D. W. STAMBATJOtf. AND7 SALE. .t. the County of Tascarawat, Forfeited Taxes, together with the Taxes and i e oua OTS- i 04 J' it Loweat TAXES price by Com era. 104! whole , pr W pr whole 10' 106) 16 ''7 81 106 23 16 41 721 29 80 174 67 77 68 29 39 18ilf 41 61 65 prWJpi 101 Nipv whole 26 ' 26 62 155 77 17 81 66 198 2 90 6 88 Rear end! 40 g l 178 16W 13 .18 10 6 18 whole 62 W pr 8 I 10 86 26 8 6 6 13 M 0 16'.) 170 is I 81 wW 101 82 Si whole 103113 2f o 6 67 30! 42 49 62 212 809 1 60 4 13 26 14 W whole Bf whole . 4' 16 14 . 4 6 4 4 1 2 6: 62 '10 IN end 6i; ,ltf i 8 end Send 103 618 85 6P! NJ whole No 17 7' ;2 whole 12 131 that if the Tax and Penalties oharged oo. SHERIFFS SALE. John Howard, et nx vs. Isaao T. Riggle, et al. ET virtue of an ordor of sale in Partition to me directed and Issued from the Court of uommon Pleas of Tuscarawas County, Ohio, I will offer for sale at Publio Auction, at the Court House in the town of New Philadolnhia. wuuin ana tor uie wounty or Tuscarawas ana I State of Ohio, On 31s day of December, A. D. 18G3, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M.i and 4 o'clock P. M. of said d&r. the foilowins de scribed Real Estate, situate in said county, to wit : Three feet off the East side of lot num ber two hundred and eighty-four (284) in the town of New Philadelphia, and the equal width of three feet'from front to rear of said lot ; also, sixty feet off the West side of lot number two hundred and eighty-three (283) in said town of New Philadelphia, and of the equal width of sixty feet from front to rear of Baid lot, with the appurtenanee thereout be longing, and also tho right of way over and through an ally twelve feet in width from fronl to rear, East of and adjacent to said sixty feet of said lot two hundred and eio-htv three C2831 ai Necribed as follows, to wltt 8ix feet from (tu j,i rear off of the East aide of lot num ber two hundred and eizhtr-tbree. f283.) and six feet from front to rear off of the West aide of lot number two hundred and eighty-two, (Ztsz,) in lata town or Isew Philadelphia; ap praised at $ 600. . . , . 4 - TEMi: One-third cash' on day of sale; one-third in one year, and one-third in two years, with interest and mortgage security on ire premises lor aerered payments. " P. GETZMAN, Sheriff. Nov. 27, 1863. 6w. PAETITIQ5 H0TICB QAMUEL YOUNG, AdmlnUtrator ot William ij Carvia, or Beaver County, Pa., Baltier Y, Calvin, of Fort Wayne. Ind.. Samuel Y. Oal via, of Columbian County, who ia now in th army in Tenneaeee, William J. Oalvi.a, minor, of Columbiana County. 0. and Peter Y. Cal vin, minor, of Beaver County, who ia now in the army of th Potomac, and John Calvin. their Guardian, of Beaver County, Pa., are notified that oo the 10th day of November, A. D. 1HB3, Julia Ann Hartford and David P. Hartford, her husband, of Beaver County, Pa., 1 filed in th Court of Common Plea of Tusca rawas County, Ohio, their petition for parti tion of the following premises, situate in Tus carawas County, Ohio, vii : . .The North West quarter of Beotion eixteen, in Township five, 7i!. ai i:.. VTi VjT. "rr."F""" """ m Ju77 "".'" ,U"J' ,u ville. Oh o, containing ;ltf .aerei more , lees, ' II ii 1 UWMl S- g . What Part. JrAXE8 PHoe by S 5 i fit. HmUoh i ii SCom'ere. ff i f : or Lot t A , i i Ih i 210 ll Fraolloa lo 8 72 if 60O "o 7 IS . 27 PrKE H& 7 6 06 e 8 6 2 I 1 164 2 31 l 110 i PrEJSSH 6 86 Bl. i 1 10 1 Pr 80 hi 25 1 20 . 2 6 2 It 6) 11 49 8 . 4 9 1 Prl' i " 61 3 64 WT 100 O . 2 6 21 PrNB. IS) 4 16 13 S 2 6 1 Pr 28 j2J ui MMl H rir''uTS'i Fapewell, Co. B,8r nit-i- ."r-r-r -......::."'. . February term of said Court. A. D. 1864. and avvtMWU TTI1 V IWI UOttlUfg ttl UXI NGAt partition demanded as aforesaid. JULIA AN HARTFORD and. .DAVID P. HARTFORD, ' . . Petitlonen. - - By Ready ft Mitohener, Att'yt. Kr 18, 1868. tw. . - : eioo bounty; BY virtue of a late act of Congress aoldien discharged on account of wounds receiv ed is batue, an entitled to 100 00 Bounty : ai s-riiiis 'Sejr.IftUia, Auyoh lt,jeav inKr ; NOT ALCOKC1 W, xAEighl Canotniratei Vegrlabb L DOCT9U UOOFZ4 WS DR, (T. M. JACKSON, Pliflad'a, Pk,rr , "tTTTtt ttfeotually cure Utev CompULut, AV . TlnTni. Jiundice. Chronio or Nerr-' Debility, Uiseaaea of the Kidney, and all'' dleeasea arulo trooa a otioraerea uver w . T ' soon ' .-.. , BtOonaU-.-- , 'i '.'' natioa,Iowara . ' 11 i " Pilca, ralDoae v"" ' .' ' Blood to the Head, A v ' ' ' f " , ' . cWity of tho Stomaeh, Nan-. . '' 'aea, Diagaat for Pood, Falneeear i Weight la tbo Stooiauh, Hcertbarn, -8nur EracUtiona. Siukinr or Fluttering at' the Ptt of the 8tomach, SwioimiDg at the Head' Hurried and Diffiooit Breathing, fJattncg " at tho Heart, Choking or Suffocating Bea- , aatlooa when la lying posture, Dim v , nest of Virion, Pots or Woba befort- . the Si eht Fever and Dull Pain to. the Head, Deficiency of. Porspi m tion, Yeliownea of the Skiav' and Eyes, Pain in the Sidv Baok, Chest, Limbs, io.,.' . Sudden Floshuof HeaV Burning in the Fleh, ' Constant Imagln- V i ., tags of EvU, and' k . - great Depre. . . " ,. - , . 1 alonofsptr--. , . ... ...4 - . ' .,' Ita, an..-' ' M, ' ' wilt ' - Positively prevent Vellow Fever, Bilious' tV ver, Ao. They contain no Aloohol or BatY Whiskey 1 , IheywtU our the above diseases- -ninety-nine cases out M a hundred. ' er Do you want something to- strengthen you f Do yea want a good appetite! Do you want to build op year, doaatitjlio V Do you want to reel wellt . Sy,.-- -V-Do you want to get rid of nervousneaat t , Do yon want energy t . s -v." -Do you want to sleep fell t '.'m- -Do yon want a brisk and Vigorous Feeling t If yoa do, use Hoofland's German Bltteras ' ' From Rev. J. Newton Brown!). D., Editor the Encyclopedia of Rellidous Knowledge. . , , Although not aisposea to ravor or reoonv-, ' . mend Patent Medicines lu general, through dla trust of their ingredients and effects : I vet know of ao sufficient reasons why a maa may not testify to the benefits ha believes himself . to have reoeived from any simple preparation.. 'in the hope that he may thai contribute to ti ' bedCSt Ot others. I do this the more readilv In refers: to Hoof-' land's German Bitten, prepared by Dr. C. UV Jackson, of this city, because I was prejudiced against them for many years, under the iaa pressioa that they were chieny an aiconouo mixture. I am indebted to my friend Robert, Shoemaker, Esq., for the removal of this pre judice by proper tests, and for encouragement. to try tbem, wnen aonenng nam grea anor. long continued debility. Th nee of three'. , bottles of these Bitters, at the beginning of the'. present year, was followed by evident roller, , , and restoration to a degree of bodily ltd men tal vigor which I hnd not felt for six month before, and had almost doepaired of regaiog ing. I therefore thank God and myfxleni for . directing me to ass of them. . ' r J. PLn iUfl JAUVfi1-- Philada'a, June 2J, 1861. - vsJ PARTICULAR OTICE.' There are many preparations sold under tht ' name of Bitters, pwt uri in quart bottle, oaii pounded of the oneapeat whiskey or oommeo ' rum, oosting from 20 to 40 cents per gallon, the taste disguised ty Anise or uorianuereeea. ; This class of Bitters has caused and- wilV ' ooatintre to oaase, aa long aa they Sea be sold, hunOt'et taitth4Mnlnr. By: tlieir use the system. Is kept continually under1 the Influence of Alooholio SUmalants of the. . worst kind, the' desire for Llanor la areatad" and kept up, and the result is all the horrors' attendant upon a drunkard's" life sad death. " -' For those who desire and will have a Uqaen, Bittera, we publish the following receipt: Get one Bottle ot Hoofland's German Bitters and mix with three quarts of good brandy or whiskey, and the result will be a preparation: ' that will far excel in medioinai virtues ana true excellence any ot the numerous Liquor; Bitters in the market, and will cost muob lees, Yoa will have all the virtues of Holland's ' Bitten in. cenoeetion with a good artioiaofr Liquor, at a much leas prioe than these? inferW or preparatiooa will cost yoa. . .- t ATTEJSTION . 80LDLEE8, LVJJ TUB . FEIEHDS OF. 80LDIES8 1 We call the attention of all hn tog relation ' or friends in the army to the fee ' that "Hoof-.? land's German Bittera" will oon nine tenth' ' of the .diseases induced by eipoeures and prt. . . . rations inoiueut io uamp me. W har a I hesitation In stating that, if these Bitten wet r freely used among our soldiers, handred tt't lost. ' ;; :' ; v- " - - We call particular attention to th follow- ing remarkable and well authenticated wni,. of on of the nation's . heroes, whoa life, to use his own language, "has been saved by th' Hitters r . . 1 , " FBUAPiLPnu, August 23d, 186T." wS-( Messrs. Jones ft Evans. Well,' gentlemen, - f our HooSaad's German Bitters has saved my ife. - There is no mistake in this. It ia vecb.- ed for by numbers of my oomrades, some f , whose names are appended, and who were ful-, - ly cognizant tf alt the circumstances of my ' as. I am, ana have been ror the last roar yean, a member, of Sherman's celebrated bat- - ' tery, and unaer me lmmeaiato eoamana of . Captain R. B Ayres. Through th expomr I attendant upon my arauoua autiea, I was at- tacked in November last with Inflammation ofT (he lungs, and wu for aeventy-two days in the' -hospital. This was followed by great debility, -heightened by an attaok of dyeenteryi . I wai . then removed from the White Hon, and seat . to this city "on board the steamer "State of " Maine," from which I landed on th Z8th of; June. Sinoe that time I Bit been about as ' ' Iowa any one could be and still retain spark of vitality. - For a week or more I was; scarcely able to awallow anything, and if I did force a move down, it was immediately thrown np again. - I oouia not even keep ev : glass of water en my etomeohv Lit emld not last nnder the oireamBtanoee ; and, ao- -eordingly, the physicians who had bee work-" ing nneoooesef ully t reaon me from th graspr -of th dread Archer, frankly told- me they -could do no more for me. An acquaintance . who visited me at th hospital, advised me, ai a forlorn hope, to try your Bitters, and kind- ly procured a bottle. trom in tuna l com- menoed taking tbem the gloomy shadow of'' death reoedeo, ana x am aow getting better. To your Bitten will I owe the glorious privil. x . ege of again clasping to my bosom these whey , ar dearest to me In lift. Very truly yours, ISAAC MAIJOkK l. Tfe fully concur in the truth ot th. .hwi lMtmtat, as we had despaired of seeing oar oomnae,. mr. maione, resiora to health i John Uuddlebact, let . x, Battery; Georc At Aokle,t Co. C, Hth Mine lew i, Cheva r "w- v. . dt Henry t. Maodonald, UO. C, Bth Me.i John F. t,. Co. JS, 6th Me.) Herman Koch, Co. H, 7 . Hetbeuid B. Thomaa, Co. F, B h Andrew i. Kimball, Co. A, ii Vt.; J.! kins, Co. B, 106th Pa. tsTBewan of CounterC IK r ? C 1 1 : Signature of "C. M. JACK .V," i- t . Wrapper of each bnttle. t JPno per bottle 75 ew!t, f t half en for $4.00. - - ijrPrincipal Office and r ..i', 681 Arch St. ' . .j . soxzn k I.: (SnccessorstoC. M. jAri 1 :" .-'" - ' P!..tr -. irffor Sale by Dru.-'iste s...i i. , i July 1... i. .. .'.'I.' ' ' 3 1' t 3: If. ,M 4 . '1 .