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Brt - IlousliUjj,' Jolin Ilage, Jwrd
Houston, Frederick Houper, John Ur
' v! 'k. fl-Hiiel HarW Henrr Herrick.
uuufl Johntton, Edward Kail, Jacob
j aH, John Kail, Lewis K'wer,. Piiniol,
... j- tieiierick Link, ' Ale- LiinS,
' Jan . Leach, Hotiry Muud, William
" M - oe, . James VP Missch,. Daniel P
. Mu.er, Divid Martin, , Rob' L Morris,
John 'Moll'?,' Clurlw MesserTy, Chris-'
' tiaa I.!;,-er, Julio. Mycr, Christian JJoa
rrr lludolik Mauerer, Charlea Mo
- Clean. Rudolph NeydeRer, Edmond
. Pickup, John Pickup,' James Parker,
" Alex Price, Joseph Rhodes, Clement L
KeiuVe, Edward Hank, Anthony Rust,
c Abraham V Reilej, John Shull, Peter
t Shall, Jacob SUaffor, Charlea Shanp,
Jacob Sbrimer, Adam Shrimer, Joha
.? Soholes,. Heur; Shanp, Peter Shaop,
v" George 8haup, Andrew E Stocker, Syl-
"tester Blocker, Benjamin Sballer, Henry
, 0 Tookor, Jacob Winger, Barney Wil
. fon, William Wolf, Jacob-Weitfall,
; Phillip Weatfall.. Frederick Welscb,
John Wolf, Benjamin Wheeling, Peter
Wheeling, Lewis Winch.
. Oxiord Township.
, Henry J Arnold, John Arnold, Wif
Ham Anderaon, jaeob Alexander, Ebe
oezer Bsrtholow, John Blair, Benjamin
Bfokaw, Daniel Booth, Basil Bohani,
William Baxter, Perry Buckingham,
Baxil Bohan. Georire Bostwick, Adam
: M Beers, Thomas J Berkshire, John
-Barnes, hatali Oreter, jr Byron Cos
ward, George CappsL- William Coots,
Thomas Crago, amnel Clark, Mile
Currant, Dsvid ChaoyvRobert W Chap.
4 mas, Robert f Corder, Andrew J Cre
ter, Clark Creter, Henry Decker, Peter
belong,-' Edward Drake, Samuel W
Dayton, William -Donglass, Andrew
Davis, William 8 Dent, Isaae Ely,
Stephen H Edgar, Stephen- H Ed
v far, Robert R Fox, Liuos Fessenden,
? George Graham, Peter Graham, Jacob
. Garduer, Daniel Gardner,' John W
Goody, AUin Garduer, James Huston,
William Hartshorn, Leonard P. Hiltou,
' Wilson Hoagland, Nathan Hi net, John
Hardy, William Hill, Marqnii Hoeg
Isiid, Leonard Hoagland, Auson Hiues,
Nelson Johnston,' Martin Long, Samuel
Long, Albert Long, Aberbatn Lewis,
i William H Lyons, Samael Lawsuit,
v John Langhead, Samuel B Lee, Joseph
J McFee, George W Me Fee, John Mil
ler, Nathaniel Miiler, Sylvester C Meek,
' Tlioiuat Millignn, Thomas Moore, Ma
rlon F Mardis, Francis M. Mardit,
James Mulvsne, George W MoMur
phy, John McDonald, James R Mol
vane, James Nugent, John W Neigh
bor, Harlo WNeighborWilsoii S No
ds; Jacob Neighbor, jr., John W Pryor,
- James Potter, Lcsmlt-r Palmer, Ebene
- ' er Porter, George W! Pepper, W J Pat-
. terson, Daniel Patterson, William J Pat-
terson, Edmund S Pcscock, Charles
Robisqn, James Robison, Byron Rob.
erta, George Renicker, JonathiiB Riggle,
"- George W S-lli, lwiae S 'lis, John
-' Bijuilib, .Sumuel Shafer, George Snoe
iiUer, Marccltos Scott, William Sehon.
JS-VVv-'e-.-.TSIisn Sibley, Isaiah Talbert, Am.
1 1 . . . irfur,' 4 ooh TTwr;- a ttorew V ITS-
d,?' Albert C. yoenitx, WHgon maker,
, Albx; ygmm, linnee, John Wether-
Villa,' JaWern, TJptia Wiglield,
John . Wijffiald, William H Wigb'eld,
Joshua Wise, Henry T Wolf,
Washington Township-
Peter Bock, Andrew .J Bond. Jesie
Blair, John T Baker, William E Case,
Solomon Craigo, Jonathan Calvin, Alex
coder Chapman, Duffel CbadweK Thor
was Chad well, William Cecil, Ittaao N
Cramery George K-Cramlet, Silas J
Cramlet, Robert Carrotbers, Presley
Dorsey, William Domey, John Dicks,
Ueorge V Dorser, mram Uorsey, be
. ocnl Evans, JohnTFawcett, Jacob Firo
. coat, John Firecoat, William Femrey,
Sanwl Grewell, David .Gardner, Abra
? kam Garwood, ' John Garwocd, John
, Horsey jr.,' Robert Horsey, Jesse A
: Hudson, Peter Hendershot, Arabel W
. Hudson, Joseph M Johnston, John Jef-5-
fries, William G Kiusey, William U Lan
- sing, Abner Murphy, Lemuel B Murrk-
' art, Thomas J Murphv, Samuel M
15 oore. James MldcFee, Clark Miller,
- Nathaniel Momma, Samnel Milborn;
Enoch Martin. Hillary W McFadin. Wil
V ;. liam Miller, Peter Miller, John Morris
jr, George W Powers, Alfred Peoples,
' ' James Peoples, John Pecples, Andrew
J Itislier, Joseph Rogers, Warner Ro
: , gers, Ellis H Randal, Robert W Han.
' dill, Anthony Robertson, Henry RiU jr.,
' Liberty M Ripley, Hiram Risber, James
Ivishsr, Awxander Robertson. William
- D. Shearer, Pfctcr Sheaf; Abiabam Sny
y, far: Jacob Sim merman, -Robert Shaw,
; WUIiam Schooley,.William D Schooley,:
Barnet C Slonecker, James Swffer, jroho
, , Etoffor, William, gtoffer, Thomas B Slew.
rlGeerw Stewart, Tuomas-Taylor,
. Joseph, L' Taylor, Albert Tedrick,
. James E Taylor, amuel K l nyli r
Thorns. Vanfotstn, Georgs Vanfosseo,
- , Josepn Miller, ;., '',"'
NEAV.FIIUI.
AND -; : e
U
I
. ;W. LMMKOW&ESPICII "
HAVING ' united as partners in the Stove
and I'ihware Trado, invite all our old
ou.-nmers and the psbtie to Call and se if wa
cannot eutt ihetu, both in quality and price, af
i t . . . - .
v;.3 i
i i,.,
i IU i qioT uow m mi. lunraev, wo-
ti"i5 iu pu t of the Arbiter or n-Conuuj
Oul Conk (Jtoe, the Brilliant, for wood
or e
1. .
u; also, an, Asaortmeat of Parlor and
npnuped, t i.ey and Imported
n.M .Joolnng doue to order ami oil
riii'vd ii:iii. Bponting uuide and
, in i ( l rum 20 to so ymra, at rea
. .- nni Milt Stacks made and
': .i. K'mp Pipea, &s. .
'1"
tlo p..t Of-:
an.yea. , ., . . - V j . .flii consist, of the oso.l assortment of ' I " D "TA"!" .I0 .. f".'
!:llS wmfe .Vaniw occupy
ocilx
JACOB CRATZ'3
CHEAP. STOHE,
fAND SEE SIS NEW STOCK OF
OIIEAP GOOI5S!
i . neat PhTsiciHBa of the Old World,) of obuia.
flHE andenlftned beg leave to mil th at- ioR the, Mfest t Well as th latesr romedies
teatioo of the Publis to his large and ex- for those dioemes. offers induocments to the
tcasivc Stock of Goods ut neeived from the nnfortuoate of a qaiok aad mpM ears, to b
Eutara eities, eoorviaiD every variety of obtained at ao other offios in Ameriea. Ia
.mv , Syphilis, Gooorrhoe, Gleet, Striotura, Ea
STAPLE AND FANCY 'largement of th Testicle, and Spermatic
) 'DRY O00DS, Cords, Bubo, Cloerted Throat, floi Nose,
. Mm,'iD" Tender 8bioboDe,CataaeoasErptioBS, Boils,
HA TS AND lArO, ijl041. AbOMMiL and all other imoaritleef
BEADY MADE CLOTHING,
' .
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Q UEENS WARE, '
IRON AND NAILS,
GROCERIES,
&c, &c.,&c,
allW which were bought before the recent
rise, end will be sold al prices that will re
eommcad Ihemselves.
My thanks are doe, and hereby resptttrully
tendered to the cilUeas of ShanesTille and 1-
oinitr: for the liberal patToange they have
extended to me are appreciated, and no pains
will be spared to repay them la tne way or
CHEAP GOODS. '
My facilities for buying Goods Cheap, are
equal to any, and by selling for CASH I am
enabled to sell for small profits, and ao estab
lishment in the county shall have it to y that
they undersell me, or pay the highest prices
for PRODUCE.
I respectfully solicit a call from all my old
friends und mtnkiod generally, who wish to
buy Cheap Goods. .
JACOB CRATZ.
Shanesville, Oct. 16, 1853. 3m
OONE TJ3P!
AND TUC PBICES OF
DRY GOODS!
AT M. V. REAM'S
Cheap Cash Store
f
IN SHANESVILLE.
. '
n AVISO jut returned from the East with
a very large, choice, aud well selected
iMi of
FALL AD mVl DRY GOODS,
OltOOEKlES, &c.,
( am prepared to sell them cheaper
than
My
they have been o'flered for the past year,
terms ar
Wbicb ia a ureal aJvuulnge.to both the sub
scribtr and purchaser.
I venture Ike assertion tnai my siocaoi ran
aod Wipier Goods u mnot be surpusseci iu th a
part of tbe country for neatness and durabil
ity. Therefore I desir to have everybody
CALL iND EXAMINE MY GOODS
Before purchasing elsewhere, and yoa will,
thereby, . ' ; ,
. , mr-m mninn (Wnomini
BAV iZ "JiXI iJr'ji UO
8n let evervbodv call, se and porobase the
e.h.no.t n.i hest roods that cun be bought
anywhere.
aWTCASH PA1U for nutter, Eggs, ano an
kinds of country produce,
r M. V. REAM.
' BHAitisriLia, Aug. 28, "68. tf
nmm ad the coxstitltio
j'- NEW FALL
AND
.rTT1Tm t-. r-v s4 v at rS
IV V H K ItI II I IrV
i If 111 J-AJlll vJ VViWw
AT THE '
TkTf--iTrT rt OTT crnAITP
IN ill VV Kj O 1 Ull XL,
w CAJrdE, pprEil. HI.
'" ' " '"
TOIl!V J. ROBIilsUI anneuncea to
tl tbe public that ho has on band an assort-
ment of Dress Goods, Fancy Goods, Trlm
- mlngs, Cassimeies, Satinets, Tweeds, .
Also, a well assorted 'Stock of Millinery,
.o,i.ting4.M
TN m era n. . ttn M r ftrt 9V m f&
li m 1 Q li'lii B hilly S S ft
ft., all of which have been purchased In Phil
adelphia, and will be sold at low pi ont for
Cash or Produce. ' -
frjy-riea call and examine my stock.
' - -- . JOHN J. ROBINSON.
Canal Dover; 8ept 11, 18ti8.
NEW GOODS!
milE siihscriW is now receiving, from New
I York and Philadelphia, foi'CASH.thelar
aesi ana most couipieie sioca oi ....
r ill 'Ull UI.11LH lHJUU.1t ttUt.u
And Is prepared to sell -them at a small ad-
Vancejrom oost, for ready pay.
nttetuiou in bustuess. to merit a ovntiuuano
f (beif favoie.' . , ' . , '-'
1 .vV . JOHN P. CHAP IN.!
.New Phila., Oct 2.1863. - :.. - ...
V.TALlOCCFrlNS, ,
"w T MATI.'H'if ke'im n anaortwient of Mas :
'' j J ,'t.84'ft.r.,. At hU rrn;t.ir
. j;.. Nw Fliiiii.llpiiia, O. If.' i.l o !ee
S !'ir. All (.rnmiwly all.- i .1 lo.
FORT SUMIEB
GONE DOWN!!
i '""ji viae wot, ivi sctavj utwr. .. - , ftrwrviTTX rr a r a a-v a Ji.t
CLD ESTACLLSUED r:. -U,
go. 0 Beaver St, Albany, Tt.Y.
qriCK CURES Jt LOW PRICES
: Over Twenty Thowani Paixenl$ur-
' . J 1 If.." v -
VR. 4. itLLba eoDUDDM la o eooDaen
' I tiallj ttoanalted oa all fonas a private
disvues, at hU old eatablivhed Hoapiul, No. 6
Boaver bircet, Albanr, N.'I. Tweatj jmrt
tlevoted to this oe partif ulr braacb of rae
tioa, ciwbles kioi to perform euraa scab u.SO
other Pbjsicinn oan, nd his facilitieo are saoh
(boiu ia oorronpoBdcooe with the aost emi-
thosys em. are perfectly ander tba ooatrol of
.tneuootor a medtoine. and bare bees tested
in mora than 80,000 eases andnallv, ith lav
YOUNG MEN.
Toong men addioted to secret habits, who
have impaired their healths and destroyed th
vigor of their minds, thos depmlog themsel? ea
of th. pleasnre of Harried Life, are noticed
that in consulting Dr. . Teller, they will nod
a friend to console and a Physician who has
eared thousands in almost every part of. the
United States, who aoolled to Dr. T. broken
down in health, now rejoice in all that makes
; life desirable and man happy. The reader is
of course aware thet ths delioacy of this sub
ject will prevent a more minute description of
this terrible disease. .
Dr. Teller's Great Work.
A book for everybody. . Startling disclos
ures. Dr. Teller's great work for the Marritd
or those Contemplating Marriage 200 pages
full of plates prioe 36 cents. Bent to all
parts, under seal, by mail, post paid. 60,000
'copies sold th past year. The 8ingle Married
and the Married Happy. ' A leotuYe oa Love,
or how to Choose a Partner a complete work
on Midwifery. It contains hundreds' of se
crets, never before published. Warranted to
be worth three times th amount asked for it.
25 cents In speci or postage sti.mps, inclosed,
will secure a copy by return mail. Dr. Tel
ler has devoted a lifetime to the.cure of those
diseases npon which his booLs treat,
TO THE LADIES.
Dr. TELLER ttill remuins the only Agency
in America for the Bile of Dr. Vichol's Italian
Female Monthly Pills. The sale of more than
20.000 boxes, establishes iheir reputation as a
female remedy, nnuppio.iched, and far in ad
vance of every oihec medicine for stoppages,
irregularities, and other bst ructions in females
Caution Married ladies in certain deli
cate siluaMDua should nvoid their use. For
reasons, see directions which accempany each
package, for the guidance of patients. On the
receipt of $1, (the price per box,) Ihese Pills
will be sent by amior eiprcsi, to any part of
me wui iu, woure irum cunosiiy or utimugt).
Office hours from 8 A. M. to 8 P. M., and
on Sundays from 2 to 6 P. M.
N. B. Persons at a distance can be cured
at home by addressing a letter to Dr. J. Tel
ler, enclosing a remittance. Medicines se
curely packed from observation, sent to any
p:irt of the world. .. All cases warranted. No
charge for adrlce. No students or bovs cm
ployed. Notice this, address all let'em to
J. TELLER. M D..
No. 6 Beaver Street, Albany, N. Y.
October 16, 1863. ly.
0 tI
MEAT lm TEA COHI'AW,
61 Vesey Street, Sew York;
Since its organization, b is created a new era
in the hi-tovj of
Wholesaling Teas in (bis Connfrji
They bare intioduced their seleciiuus of Tsas,
and are helling tliein at not oror
Two Ccnis PtT Pound Abnve Tost,
Never deviating from the onb pbics aeke l.
4 NtlTHGR jieouliniity of theCompnoy i
tbiil thir Tea Th ter not only dcvoics
time io 1 lie scle Hon ol iueir Te.is s to
o,u:ili'y. vi loe, end particulnv stylet for par
ticular localities of. country, but bo helpi ibe
Tea buyer to clioo-e out of I lien' c'loiinou
sti ck such Teas a are best mlnpicd to bi
particular wants od not ouly tbis, but points
out lo liim the best bargains.
Ii is easy to see the incalculable advantage
a Tea Guyer hits in Ibis establishment over
all o'.beri-.
Jf lie is ao judj of Tea, or the M irltet, if
his time is valuable, be b. B all ibe nenents of
a well organized system of doing bournes, of
an luioieuse capital, of tbe judgement or a
profesMoual. Tea Taster, and, tbe knowledge
of superior salesmen. '
Tbis enables all Tea buyers no mutter if
they aro ihousnnds of miles from tbis market
to purchase on as good terms here at the
few oru Bieivnanis.
Psriiuca order Teas and will be served
by us as well as though they eame themselves.
being sure to get original packages, true
weihi and terea;. and tbe Teas jure Wae
aiu nynwtvu
We issue a Price List of tbe Compoo'ys
Teas, wbicb will be sent to all who order it;
comprising '
Hyson, Young Hyson, Imperial, Oun
powder, Twankay i Skin. Oolong,
Souchong, Orange & Hyson Pe
Jcoe. Japan Tea of every de-
toriplioOf color led and , -'
uncolortd.
This list has each kind of Tea divided into
W rov& namely: CARGO, high CAR
. GO, FlNE, FINE8T, that evyvy one may on
derstand from deccription and the puce an-
aexed Ibat the Company sre determined to
nndersell the whole Tea trade.
We KU.irsnlee to sell ALL oar Teas st not
over TWO CENTS (.02 Cts.) per pound above
cost, believing this to 1) attractive to 1he ms-
ny who hive heretofore been paying Eooj-
mons fronts.
Qreat American Tea Company,
iMPoaraaS akd Jobbbks,
' .-' No. 61 VesevBb, H.T.
Sept. 11, 1803. 3m.
Surveyor's IVolice.
" ' '
J AM now located la New Philadelphia aad
I will at all times be In teadineas to attend
t- all the duties of the office of County Survey
or mat may be entrusted to me, with oar and
eorreotnessj I have now aa entire sew set of
Instruments for doing tba most diffioult Sur
veying with the greatest precision esd aeenra-
ey. I am full well assured that I oan give
general satisfaction to all, wbo may employ
me. I will also make plans, drafts, and spe
cifications in the beet styles or architecture,
with all the latest improvements In building,
both for economy, neatness and convenience
- '1
jtayrjIEce in the Oourt Hone.
r 18 A AO ANGEL, '
t - Surveyor of Tus.. Co., O.
New Phil., March 16, 1861. -
.t
.FOR' SALE OR IENT
."' Go to Halff's for Hwdwaro.
A LL KIN4J8 OF HARUWARE kept in
r Hardware Wore, at'
, RAIFF'8 HASIWRE IT0RS.
'New Phila.. Jan. . 18GI t. -. -. ' - :'
JOB WORK
-;-OF : ALT.:' DESCItlPTIO;!-'
: """ , 'STir" tssovTs. ;
t . -
o .a. a
CLOTHIMG HALL
GOODS
At
AUCTION PRICES!
AT
Rothschild & Bros.
WE are opening ont this day our Urst
stock of Fall Goods, to which we
call the attention of th sitisens of New Phil
adelphia and vicinity, i Our stock comprises
all assortments of goods at less than impor
tation prices. , '
As we buy our goods for Cash, we are able
to give yon better bargains, for less money,
thaa you will find wil bin a thousand miles of
New Philadelphia, such as
CLOTUS, CASSIHERES &VESTIXGS
Coats, pants & Desk,
HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, .
,
Shirt Collars, Neck Ties,.
and in fact everything that belongs to a first
class Clothing Store.
Uo to Kolbsohild S Bros, and get a sun
made up on the shortest uotice, and something
neat. too. ' r.
We bate elso on band a splendid assortment oi
mm mm m
such as Fancy Silks, all Wool Delaines, Cali
coes, BomO.uines, Alapaca ouawis oi an ue
scriDtions. '
JUf For anything yon want in tne uioming
line, call on
i;otiih(;iiili S UKUS.
. ":" ' Mammoth Cah Clothfng Hull,
' Chapin's Block, New Phila.
September 18, 1863, '
.ttY YORK MERfUAXT TAILOR,
XCff PHILADELPHIA
:L0II1I.G ElllMIUl'll
AUM at No. 1, Center Block, respectfully
informs the citizens of this place, and vi
nitv, that lie is prepared to get up all kiuo
Mi ii and Boys ... , .
OUsOTIIIlVGt
On the shortest notice. He aU6 keeps on bun !
gll-kinds of -
READY . MA.DE CLOTHING,
hich he will sell atlhe lowest possihle prices
Mr. Baum is a thorough Merchant lailur,
giving worked a number of yeaTs in the mos
fasbiouable establishments in New York City
. K. BAUM,
No. 1, Center Block, New PbllaiVO.'
Feb. 27, 1868, tf. . ,-. ir?
50,000 LBS.
VVOOLVVASwTED
AT THE
WOOLEN MILLS
OF
P? WmfiiTXiTia ft fssTs
r
N exchange for Goods, or to be manufac
tured on sbcrt nottcei uurstook of (Jam!
meres. Flannels, Battinetts, Blankets, Balmo
ral Skirts aad Stbeking Tarn, is full and com
plete. The following are prices for making
wben the wool is round t
For 8attinett per yard 60 to 65 cts., as to
quality.
for vassimeres per yam oz to 70 cts. ss
to quality. - -
For Plaid Elanaals per yard 88 to 86 cts.,
as to quality. . .
ror Blankets per pair ws.w to $b.du as to
lb wool ror tbe above articles mast be In
good condition, especially free of burrs. '
We will produce this season the beanllful
Aniline Colors rucbstnei Bute de Lyon, Vio
let Imperial and Dahlia Kongo, which' have
not beea excelled by any Dyea for beauty or
stamnty. r ;
ROLL CARDING .
Done at 6 eta. per lb., if tbe Wool is clean.
Aa extra price will be charged for dirty Wool
or ror washing It. ' '
Carding, , Spinning and steeling
At 16 cts. per lb. when the grease is fonnd
ths Woot to be tab-washed. If in the fleeoe.
will charge for washing, per lb., 1 ots.
Articles of every description colored
ana pressed. Blankets washed aad blcecbed
Carpets washed at 4 ots. per yard. 1
T. K. WILLIAMS
New Phila., May 22, 1863.. . ; ,A
. TOWN LOTS AND LAND I
FOR QAI.E
THS snbscriber offers for U i his property
at Uhrfohsville, vis: One house and lots,
6i sorts of land adjoininiog town plat Also
V acres lead, 4 mil from 4owa.,Tbia land
ha a good hones and 100 fralt trees on it, and
aad tber ar eome 6 acres of stone coal there
en. . On the town lot are good dwellings and
other nuiiainga, a well and fruit trsx.
.This property will be rflt very lowas
am about moving to the Wrt' ; 1 : ,
--,i i -v JOUM MoELROT.
July 24, '68.1 8m.' ' r-- (
v Licensed Anctioneers '-
rplIE undersigned, Licensed Auctioneers fonj
a Tuscarawas County; respectfully tender
tneir services to the pnblio:, Tbey will attend
ramie Bales, ce.: at nrn-itirsta rates. -... '
'.; iJ- W. HEWBOROIL 'Canal Dover,
THOa i. HALEI, Dnndc- ,
April!, J$., tf ,
-,'i-W.w
i0TtT!lltrTHl
" STOMACH .
BITTBHS
'-SBIHOI ' " '
; to be excelled
V -i! asa ...I - ; '
eircaiAcnio
ass
" IfegulcutoT
W.K IYE ORGANS.
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u tv w.cotve' Wi? wVCvc-Vv .W
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Aw W ' "WvVvow avntw
Vvot, & . SiWV
mucC .v. f Ae.Ai atv axNXeVe o1
.V,iliougi Fever,
''ever and jlgue,
Liver Complaint,
(Xyspepsia,
Indzgestion,
Jaundice,
Kidney. Complain
(Vfv aW. a u. .
wvot, Wvevtv
tv CowvoA.
ttaivV.oiftdL. .
iivWe- .v5-.v w.aw&v.o.Vt
Ij.."S.oVo.cV
xtce 8odiv-t,ft "?v-wdi,o
27iese SitterB art put up in quart
fcotties, of whioh the about is a ao-sim-ile.
ST7ie label is finely engraved, and
it provided with, a safe-guard from
oounterfeitera. (Prioe 1 per bottle, or
eixfor $5.
O. W. ifobaofc, Proprietor, Jfo. 0
East Fourth. St., Cincinnati, to whom
(I orders should be addressed, '
FOR SALE BY . .
John I Suiiih, N Ptiiiadeipbiu; P. P. Laffer.
Suodyville; H. 1. Knisely, Trenton; Chas
Schneider, Gnadenhn'ten; M. R. Haekins.
Uhricbsville; T. H. Baird, New Cumberland;
Philip Lanning, Gillmore; H. C. Mason, Pt
Wanhington; Wm B. Scott, New Comerstown;
Dem.uth .& Rickart, Canal Dover; John M.
Peetre, Bolivi r, and by Druggists and. Mer
chants generally throughout the country.
TUSCARAWAS NCRESRTI
fTlWO miles north of Westohester, Tos-
J carowas county, Ohio. We hav an
extensive variety of fruit trees from one to font
years old, comprising all the approved variik
ties of Apples, Pears, Peaches. Anrioots. Nee-
UrinS Plums, Cherries, Quinces, Grapes and.
trie aitterent oenlua whieb bave been tested in
thisolimate, persons purchasing treea of ns
ean rely upon getting varieties adopted to our
sou snd itlimate, as we hav fruited s large
number and know what we. say. Buy titer
teen or your noma nursery ao that you ma;
know what you get, which yon can not by boj
ing of foreign nurseries, and pedlars. W a
deliver trees at th following low rates; Ai
plea, 121 oeats, Peaches 16 cents, and othei
proportionally low.': All orders to ns at Cad-
walader P. 0 , Tus. Co., O., or left with ii. T.
8tockwell, New Philadelphia, Ohio, will bs
promptly filled. " ' D. SWAIN ft SONS,
March 6, 1868.r-ly. . . , ,..r
. TEACHERS'.. EXAMINATIONS. .;,
TXAMINATIONS in the Common Branches
Jji will be held on th first and third Satur
day of each month of the year except Februa
ry, July, and August; and in the Higher
Branches on the fourth Saturday of eaoh of the
months of January, April, July and October.1
. No person will be examined oftener than
twloe in say six months, snd no certificate will
b issued exoept upon pobllo examination.-
Written, testimonials of moral character will
be required in si! .case. ,
Teachers ar requested to of m prepared
witb'sutionery, as ail ixamuuuiam muu or
uruim, and a five cent revenue stamp to rsU'
dor ceriificat legal, nJ. viv. .rul
ffejylsxaminetions will oommtnc promptly
in n'ii. . ' ' .
at 10 o'clock.
j.iMcrLTAiNKi r--1
'H. H. PORTER, - Examiners.
P. W. LINKi'li v-'oH
CIGARS! 1 CIGARS I!
T'ARL BAUM, opposite Probate offioel New
JV r-Uil&delpMa,, 0. Maaufaclurer of Fiss
Ai Commos Ctnias. Sold is quantities to
suit purchasers. , , r.L .'' .,;,,
Dec"! 2, lSC2r Bui
I fJU Pttiri Tiriflt of i deecrlptlon neatly
I fxeented at this emoe, st lewprioes.
,T riraai!X.i. bi'bets ,
, . - r KtW f HIUDlirm, OHIO. , . .
WILL practiee In Tuscarawas and adjoin
ing counties: Special attention gives
to the business of Executors, Administrators
and Guardians, also the procuring of Soldier's
Bountr. Back Pay and Pensions. Collections
made in any part f th State.
SS-Oflice In venter iiiooa, xou nuur, ws
- - , rr O 1DI!4 .
room. o, ioub. u.
i. riaaau. - s. e. w'mib
Im kkslv. . -w wow.
NEELY A WOLF. T
NHff PHILADELPHIA. OHIO. ' '
s
PECIAL attention will be given to Collee-
tions. Administrators and Guardians wis-
r. . .. . . . T . T...V1I. .1
mess. Our 8. nott is a noiary ruono uu
will attend to drafting and taking acknowl
edgments of Deeds, Mortgages, &.o.
September lSbl. iy .
I. a. bakkhili.. w. a. oboxtos.
UARKIHLL tt CslOXTOW,
NRW PHILADILPHIA, OHIO, .
1 TTILL nractios in Tuscarawas and adioio-
W ing counties. . Special attention given
to the business of Executors, Administrators,
and Guardians. Offio opposite Pnblio Offices.
March P. 1861.
STAMBAUGH ft BAKTILSON,
ATTTfOBBSBVa ATT BsOTi
MIW PHILADELPHIA, OHIO,
TTTLLL oromotlv attend to all business en
VV trusted to them, in Tusoarawas and ad
joining Counties. ft? Offios opposite the
Court House. ....
. February 10, 1869. '
READY &. MITCHENER
! TTORNEY8 AT LAW, New Philadelphia, O,
11 Attention given to Colleotions.Sales of Land.
Probate business, io. Office in Judy's brick
row. " . nov 68
A. T. Riadt. C. H. MiroHMia.
s.c7thompson,h.d.
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN,
Late of Pittaburg, Pa.J
WOULD respectfully inform the eltisens
of New Philadelphia, and vi'oinity,
that he has located in the above plaoe for the
purpose of practicing his profession. Espec
ial attention paid to Chronio diseases.
Office on High Street, opposite the. Sheriff's
office.
New Phila., May 8, 1868. tf.
" ""medical notice" r
DR. D. RICHARDS, (formerly of New Phil
adelphia ) would respeotfully inform the
citizens of Xrenton and vicinity, that he has es
tablished himself in tht above place for tbe
praotloe of Medicine. Persons desiring medi
cal aid, who are unacquainted with me, are
referred to Dr. F. Eokman, whose office I oc
cupy. v. luuiiAiiua, m. v.
. March 27, 1B63. - .
E. C. LEWIS, M. D., ' -
HAVING made Surgery a specialty, will
. give due attention this branch of hie
profession. JQyOIBce npposito 'Chapin's new
store, New Philadelphia, O. . May 2, '02.
DR. J. D. OTIS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Late of Navarre, Btark Co., O.,) "'
TT AVISO permanently looated in New
IT Philadelphia, offers his professional ser
vices to the oitizens of Tuscarawas Co. He is
also rAaming Burgeon for Pensions.
Offioe neur his residence lately occupied
by John English.
N. B. Dr. O. speaks the English and Oer
man languages. Jan. 24, '62,
OH. O. G. SELDEIV,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
SHANESVILLE, OHIO.
Th ARTICULAR attention will be given to
T Surgical Operations and the treatment of
(jhromo, surgical and t emp.ie Diseases.
April IS, 1800.
DENTA Iu.
Save Them Before it is Too late.
TR. L WILLIAMS, Surgeon Dentist, New
I Philadelphia, Ohio, attends carefully to
all branches or ms profession.
j&ayAU work warranted.
Sept. 18, 1863. ly
Dr. W. W I ABES,
DENTAL SURGEON,
practice for tbe last 12 years, is confident he
ean render entire satisfaction to all those afflic
ted with sny of the various diseases of the
moutn. tie is prepared to treat them in a sal.
sntifio manner. ' .
Teeth from a single one, to an entire set. lnsev
tea upon uoiu, miver, flatine or ths Vulcan
is Bass; either with springs ot 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 ths Dental Profession, and
exiracts tsetn without paia.- AR work war
ranted. .;, 4 t--.
fi"Qfnce and residenc next door to T)r
W. G. & T. Smith, New Philadelphia, O.
may i; moo. :j 1 .i ,...,-,ia, -,ti
Pensions, Bounty and Back Jaj
HAVING taken ont s special lioense for
that purpose, the undersigned notify the
relatives and friends of soldiers, -that ws wil)
procure Tensions, Back Pa and Bounty for
in widows ana neirs or aeceased soldiers en
titled thereto, and also Bounty and Bock Pay
for those soldiers wounded In bsttlo, and Back
Pay for soldiers discharged, not wounded. 1 -
In a late act of Congress it is enacted, That
very non commissioned officer, private or oth
er person, who ha been br shall hereafter be
discharged from the army of the United 8tat.es
within two years from the da'e of enlistment
by reason of wounds received In battle, shall
be entitled tb receive the same bounty ss isj
grauiea w in isame masses or persons wbo
were discharged after a servioe of two .years;
and all acts and parts of acts inconsistent with
this are hereby repealed. . ...
READY A MITCHENER.
: ; Nsw Phila, March 20, 1863. si , v:-y-
$100.00 SOLDIERS' JOUHTY.
OVERNMLNT will pay $100.00 bounty
a w me wiuow or nearesi reiatlvs ol those
who die In tbe service; also, pensions to all
who ar disabled while in the line of duty.
. Tba nndersigned, having made arrangements
witn responsmie parties at the seat of govern
ment, has sapsrior facilities for proourios,
AOLDIERS' BOUNTY,
a'wrf v.-l '.TPEN8ION8i'. ' -f'Til
. . T.atsn Waiiiiintq
Aetand will give prompt attention to all who
may desire ms service;' ..t- i ,? i j;avfJ
, , - H. T, BTOCaWELL, (,
''" .''Attorney at Law;
- i new rnusj, i sd. is, itia
. . . ......
."
.AT THIS OFFICE.-
Mechiinical Draisctcsii
Iaaact'Ibaaaalis.isa;
IRON ft WOODEN LEYEl SCiLCS
THB undersigned Is sow maHufactntlng
and keeps constantly a ban4 and. lor
sale at bis Shop la New Philadelphia, a supply
of Hay, Stook, Ore and Coal SCALES. Farm
ers and others will be supplied with the smart .
8cales on short and on reasonable terms.-
Those who have tried them Would not do with
out them for double their sost 'Thess Scales 4
are durable, easily kept in order aad are true
in weighing.
US-All work warranted. Apply t me aSt
my ouup mi 01 ui ranit caaar ana
W MHUII VIIIIIIM - - ,
K. A. BLAIR,
New Phils:, April 20, 1860. ' .
MANUrACTORYj-10
- i i i I.;., i ... ,V:w.
JOHN WINGER would retora thanks to th
publio for the liberal natronan hr.t.
for extended to him, and respectfully solicits ;
a continuance of the patronage of all who d. " f
sire anything in his line. He keeps th Bast V
of workmen and materials on hand, and AM -8 '
' therafors warrant . .' . i
farrlmrps DnovlM: Rnnrlac'-ltva'' ,
images, jjuggies, sulkies, &c., J ' I
nufaotured In tbe neatest and best stylsi'- t- '-' Y-
I at prioes that will defy competition Coast' ' ' V VI '
I examine my work, and be convinced. 4 'J
....I.w.t!. .v. i. .''.'Tt.
and
and
Farmers and othera will t 1 ii j
" h savBSJiJ lrW IK SJM
that I also manufacture ,-, ' ' f
f I LIGHT AND HEAFY W1G0KS ! I,
aipngea oorrespond with the hardness of
th times. . ' - 't;.. fT?. V
. par itJSi-Auu(i also don to order aai
In a good and substantial manner. , ' o
, I- Shp removed a few doors North di'my
old stand, and near the new Methodist ano
6; .,on:11l8A JOHN WINGER.
April 20, I860. -;. ,:. a v
TODIL&DAE! S3Q(8iaILS
AT TBI - JSC) .
OF THE "BIG WATCH I
HAVING removed my. Jewelry Store fronv
the Eagle Block to Peter Williams' Block
on the North East corner of the pnblio square,
one door East of Minnloh ft Warner's store,
I would respeotfully inform my friends and ths
public generally that I have opened a fine stock
of entirely new JEWELRY, to Which I Invita
their attention. ' ,-. .,. v .ihtyi
My stock consists of CLOCKS of srsn Strl
Gold and 8llver WATCBE8 of various ohalitV.
Gold Watch Chains for ladies and gentlemen!
liuoams, Dream rinsj i inger xungs, feaetls,
Silver Spoons, Spectacles, Ac, &o.,all of which
I will sell at the lowest possible figure. .
J Watches, Clocks and Jewelry carefully
repaired, on the shortest notice and in the best
manner. All work warranted. Cash nald fn'
old gold and silver.
xec. 10, 1 068. , WM. NICHOLS,
JOHN REX'S "
STOVE EMPORIUM
cjutal dower, onio,
THE Subscriber keeps constantly for Wis
SI hs establishment In Dover, en Facto
ry St., BXUVtsa vr ALL SIZES AND PAT
TERNS, from the best manufacturers. He
Is Ditsbminid m-m And assures Ma
that none shall 1 onstomsrsthatha
surprass him in t .. ,1 will notbsuader
quality of stock. JJ U sold by any one.
STOVES FOR WOOD OR COAI,
for the Parlor or tie Kitohen, the Shop or th
Bed-room, of all qualities and at any price.,
Pipe of any quality to suit the Stoves. " '
A large lot of Brass and copper Kettles, ol
all sizes, hammered and pressed. Also, a great
variety of Japanned Ware ; and a splendid lot
01 unameueu n.enies, or nest quality, for piWJ
serving and cooking. A large lot of Stove
blocking, a superior artiole. In short I have,
in great variety, everything In my line of bnsV
ness; all of which will be sold at wholesale
or retail, on very reasonable ierms.
Farmers from the oountry, and all others
are solicited to call and examine my stook.: ; --.
" juu wukb., both in Copper and Tin,
promptly executed. . .
All staple artioles of trade, and old Pewter,
Copper and Brass, taken in exchange for work
or any artioles in my line. JOHN REX. '
Canal Dover, Nov., 1861. . . " ' '
PLASTERING! PLASTERLXG J! ;
THE undersigned respectfully informs U
cititens of cttw Philadelphia and sur
rounding country, that h oontlnues to OarrV
on ths Plastering business in all Its branch!
Stucco work, (insluding Center Pieces, Cor
nice, An.,) Hard Picish, and Common Piaster?'
ing, done in ths best style of th art, aadsaV
reasonable terms. , . , . ... f ,
From long experience in the business, snV
having worked many years in the leading eitiesi
of the Union, I am enabled to assnre the pnb
lio that all work done by me shall be waif
done. Having two good assistants, I ant,1 air
so, enabled to do jobs as sxpeditioasly as aiaw
be desired.
' 19 All orders lft at my residence on
ter street, one square West of Broadway, New
Philadelphia, 0-., will be promptly attended to. '
March wwjff T TJW
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF CUTLBTItr.ai"
- Raifp'8 hardware storbVws
A GOOD LOT OF CARPENTER TOOLS, st'
. RAIFP'S HARDWARE STORB.'
PUMPS, CHAINS AND FIXTURES, at
, ' . RAIFF'S HARDWARE BTflRKi3';,,J
UMEELTINf. n AT.t. mno .1
VT . RAIFF'S HARDWARE STOllk'
T ROlCs'l'EEL, N AILS AND GLASS, at " t43'
-I , RAIFF'S HARDWARE STORSVJ
HCB8., . FELLOES, SPOKES, SHAFTS
Poles and Bows, t "aax l9
; " ' ' RAIFF'S HARDWARE StOBBfl'1
Tf OPES. HEMP ANT) nrrM vtritih
IX "M RAIFFS HARDWA1B BTORa.'i
an; in H;M'iniiimiii' 11' " M,i;,M...i'ri
lfe.lj
,' Hi ' 1
i u II os
?!" ' S.,..,:,-n,. .y
HOU8E TRIMMINGS OF ALL KINDS'-IV 8 ' ' T
34"- A1FF'8 HARDWARE STOREi I'T Af
AXES, MATTOCK8, PICKS and all kindsT X Ai .
EdgaTools, at . v ' .'-P?.'
..a n..! RAIFF'S HABDWAP.? T0P.a.! ; rL?-. ' t - i
,"". ' i-LB CAR :
X rlsgs Trimmings of
'" . RAU'F'S HAii k ' 1
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