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!0 li ? ;f BSIAWJUUS1IA2CTTIJ. PHl.Iiel Weekly, at IkUwarc, Ohio at t.O0 per year; la advance. W Advertising Rate, hi 4th pare . Friday, July SOtli, 1S69. TOW AJV COISTT. The Ladles' Christian Union meets on Thursday nexts Aurruat 5th. See advertisement. Will Mr. L. N. Connabi, who lately subtcribed for the Gazette, please send us his address f . - - " JocRifAusTic. The Springfield Ad vertiaer has donned a new dress and looks very neat and attractive, Mr. W, W. Beach has been, added to the edi torial" corps. - The Lancaster Excursionists will be given an opportunity, at. that place to observe the total eclipse of the autr on the 7th of August." ;The eclipse -will occur between four and half-past six o'clock of that day. .: . Personal. A1ate Salt Luke Ci'y paper announces among the arrivals Mis M. E. Adrnus, of the Oi W. P. College Faculty, who" 'is visiting Salt Lake in comptny with a brother who resides iu Chicago. , . , . . The StrNDAT School of William Street M. E. church will hereafter hold Its sessions in the main audience room above, instead of in the uncomfortable basement room. This will certainly be for the good of the school. Don't Forget the railway meeting at Templar Hull this evening. Judge Hard of Mt. Vernon will be present and address the people in reference to the proposed railway from Delaware to that city. This ia a subject which con cern every citizen. ; Let there be a gen- eral turn out. - Personal. The Springfield Republic insists that Mr. J. R. Billiard has coma to that city to stay permanently. At the time Mr. Billiard removed to Springfield we understood it was his iutention to be only temporarily ab sent from Delaware, and regret to learn that he has chanued his mind. What was all that noise about down on the corner of .Winter and Union streets, last Tuesday. Evening. Why It was the Delaware Celebrated Colored Band playing around ' the beautiful lamp that Mr. Van Horn erected on the gas post at his own expense and where Soda Water is only 5 cents a glass. Reform School for Girls. As "we" announced last week the Trustees of the State Reform Sebool for Girls 1 hare completed the purchase of tbeWhiie Sulphur Springs property. ,The" Vrcs'- dent of the Board, President Merrick, iiiforms ns than tho School will now be organized and put in operation v with the least possible delay. -. . - Stock Sales. The Farmers' Club proposes to hold a meeting on tbe Tir ol August to take measures to estab lish a system of stock saleS , in th!s county. This is a matter weuirgested some time ago" and hope soon, to see crrled out. The sales established in TJnion Connty have proved very suc cessful as they have in o'her counties. There is no doubt but tbey would be equally so in Delaware. Strayed. Two- valuable horses be longing lo Mr.Ed. Thompson, of Rad nor township, were discovered lo be mieshg on Saturday morning last and it was for .a' time supposed they had been, stob n. The animals had only strayed and have since been recovered, nevertheless farmers should be on the look out for horse thieves as some of that clans of individuals haveuodoubt edly been lately infesting this part ol tljo State. ' ' '5 ?-:-- ,Bi.KLis Tilb Company; We call at tention to tbe advertisement of the Bfirlih Tile Company in another col umn. The works of this enterprising firm are situated but one and a four-h miles from Delaware. They have all the various styles of dies now in use in the manufacture of Tile. As . tbe rainy season is directing the attention oi farmers to the subject of ditches tli-y will do well to give the gentlemen of this firm a call in their search for l he best material. Flooded. The unusually severe rain and hail storm of Wednesday evenim was a furious affair. Franklin street was Hooded in several places, as also were other streets. Numerous cellars had a superabundance of water ; and we heard of one which was filled to within an inch or two of the first floor. Many business men -were detained from going to supper till after the storm, when on Franklin street they eould occasionally be seen wendinjs their way through the middle of the street, the pavements being covered with water. Glover Brothers. See the new advertisement of this energetic drj goods firm. Messrs. Glover are gentle men with whom we have long been ac quainted and whose bus ines? enter prise we regard as a valuable acquisi tion to our city. Among our many active and thorough going bosine&r tnen they have already a prominent place. Delaware ever welcomes sue! and rejoices to have them share her business and other advantages. Messrs. Glover occupy a tine busi ness room-in Parker's new boildi g oi. Main street below William. Road their advertisement. Raioioab Meetings. The railroad meeting at Templar Hall on S-iturdaj evening last had a general talk in ret erence to different railway projects, es pecially that embodied In the article f Mr. Richardson, published last week. Nothing decisive was done, further than to In vie Judge ,'R. C. Hurd, ol Mt. Vernon to address the people o' Delaware in reference to the proposed extension of the Millersburg and Mt. Vernon Railway to tbii place. Th;t Judge Hurd has consented to do and a meeting will be held at Templar Hall this evening at which we are author- ized to say the Judge will speak. He bat lately been In consulta'ion witli the lead ng men of the Pennsylvania Central Company, at Philadelphia, nnc has secured the assistance of that Com pany in buildina the railroad from Millershurgto Mt.Verpon. He thinks like assistance can be secured in ex tending that road to Delaware and up on this suh)ect he will b able to give the most reliable and definite informa tion. We regard this meeting as one of great importance and hope our busi nes men will to a mn be present, to gether wim an otners who feel an in terest in tue future of this place. With out the assistance of the Pensylvan'a Central Company or some other conn. ration pos-wsing the necessary capital we shall never have this road, and we Can only ' secure ation , assistance by showing an ac.lve and earnest. desire to have it. . . ' . Let 08 show - : J The Spring field Republic announces that the manufacture of cream-colored brick has been commenced at that city T. M. C. A. Booms. All persons who have not yet enjoyed the pleasure of a visit to the really handsome and attrac tive rooms fitted up in the new Evans' Block by the Toung Mens Christain Association should do so without delay. Tuereby tbey cannot fail to have an in terest excited in what is proving lo be one of the most useful, as it is one of most deserving, of tha moral and so cial enterprises of onr ci y. Young men and way not young ladies 7 may here always find abundant opportuni" ties t6 speed an evening pleasantry and profitaMy, and will do infinitely better than in lounging around the hotels, grocerits or saloons. The Association has fitted up a commodious and pleas ant reading room where the latest weekly and daily papers are offered lor the inspection of all. The Association he Ida basinets meetings on the 2d and 4th, and prayer meetings on the 1st, 3d and 5ih Friday evenings of each month. It is the duty of all our citi zens to take an interest in the Associa tion and help it along. Menagerie. As will be seen by ad vertisement Bryan's Grand Menagerie and Circus will exhibit in this place on Wednesday, Auwust 11th. Among the attraotious this Company offers Jo the public is a large and complete menag erie coinprifhg twenty dens of ani mals, and including many of the most rare, novel and curious specimens of the beast and bird creation. The Asi atic aciing elephant, "Queen Emma," and her calf, "Tiny Tim," will be ob jects of special interest. The.Menag- ei ie also contains an African' Zebra, a White Bactrian Camel, a Royal Ben gal Tiger, Ricky Mountain Elks, an Alpine ibex. Senegal Leopards, JNew Holland Eii.ues, African Ostriches, a number of Lions and Lionesses, togeth er with a great variety of olher ani mals and a splendid aviary of rare and gorgeon-ly plumed bfrda. A number uf trained dogs, poaies and mules will join their antics to the spcrts of the ring. The acrobatic department is said to be very complete. At our request this company's adver tisement appears in our paper unen cumbered ' writhe cuts and are believe will prove none the less effective on that account. In our estimation this is a great deal in their favor. Their great collection of "wild auiihals and brrda will be a great deal more iutere-tlns than the pictures. Come and see it. Pic-MC- Indivicuals of the mascu line persuasion i tt doubt have their appropriate sphere in this troublesome world, and in many of the relations of life may be useful as weli as ornamen tal. But they should be admonished that there are occasions when the world can tarn round without their valuable assistance. Such ibr example is a p c- nic, as some twenty-five enterprising yottng "'Delaware- ladies have" demon strated beyond question. On Wednes day morning our heroines embarked for White Sulphur w ith purpose and intent to spend the day there in a pic nic frolic A few of the party were too late for the train, a trilling circum stance which none but evil disposed persons will presume would not have have happened ju-t the same under masculine management. At White Sulphur the party, that is, the rest of it .that didn't get left, arrived without further loss or accident. The skies smiled propitiously and the old jvoods waved a generous welcome. . In fact the weather seemed to have brijjhtenetl up tor the especial benefit of this pic-uic'. The ladies, that is all except the mourning sisters left behind at Dela ware, had a most jovial time, all under tbeir own vine and fig tree and of course. with no man to molest or make them ' afraid. The like has not been seen since the time of Tennyson's Princess, and then only in the poet's fancy. It is a noticeabla fact in meteorolosy that the weather kept fair until the af fair was over and the fair, having fared sumptuously, as wo may fairly sup pose, returned to tlieii: homes, when there ensued a violent storm. We mean, of course, a rain storm. All of which not the storm, but the pic" nic, goes to prove that, ' "When a woman will she will, you may depend on't, , And when she won't she von'tj and there's an end on 't." Self-asserting gentlemen will please take notice. Nfcw Court House. This splendid building is being pushed toward com pletion as fast as practicable. Through the kindness of Mr. R. N. Jones, the able architect and superintendent of the work, we were shown over the building on Wednesday. The rooms are all plastered with the exception of the court room, which will be finished in about three weeks. : The ceiling in the officers' rooms looks splendid,being both novel and beautiful. Though we sometime since gave quite a full de scription of the plan of the building, it maybe of sufficient interest to repeal the location of the different offices. The County Treasurer will occupy the first two rooms south of hall, on first floor, entering from the east. The Auditor will occupy, the next two rooms, same side of hall. These offi cers having considerable business with each other, there is a door provided to connect the two departments. The Recorder will occupy the two rooms on north side of hall, first floor, entering from the east. The Probate Judge will be located in the west rooms, same side of hall. The Clerk will occupy two rooms south of hall, on second floor, with floor opening into the court room. The principal room of the Clerk is considered the most pleasant place in the building. It is efel-taiijiy a delightful location, having a view of Main street, the town in general, and i large portion of country. But the rooms are all pleasant and beautiful, md it will never do for our county officers to wear long visages after get ting into their new quarters. Opposite the Clerk's office is the Grand Jury Room, und ether Jury Rooms are on the third floor.. ........ The rooms, though supplied with registers to use furnace heat, will also be provided with grates, to be used or notj at the option of the occupant. The mantles and grates were manufac tured by Moorman & Co., Cincinnati, and it is expected that tbey will be put up this, week. The balconies, over the entrances, will be erected next week I'he stained windows were executed by William Nelson, I'ittsburg. There are two flights of iron stairs leading from the first to the third floor, manu factured by Robt. Holmes, Cleveland From the third floor there will be two other stairways loading to the cupola. Workmen, as we stated last week, are engaged upon this. It will be finished in a style similar to the main building. From the ground to the top of the stat ue on the dome will be CO feet. The view of the city and country from the cupola is magnificent. Thus we find everything progressing satisfactorily, and we aro confident Mr Jones is fully competent to superintend the work so as not only to make the Court House a credit to the county ,but also honor himself in the mannu of its construction. AKOIHKB EXCCRSIOS.-The C. C. C fc I. and the H -eking Valley Railways will run 'Excursion Train from Delaware to Lancaster and return, on Saturday; Airttust 7th. The train will leave Delaware at 7 A. v., arrive at Lancaster at 10 A. sr. and leave Lancas ter for home at 5: SO p. M.- arriving here about 8 o'clock. At Lancaster the party will visit Mt. Pleasant, a locality noted for its fine natural scenery and will there enjoy a basket dinner. There will ." be addresses and amnsements. Eenyon's splendid Cornet Band will accompany the party dad discourse some of its choice music. Fare, 2 : persons under 12 years, f 1,00. Tickects are for sale at the following named places : S. Ly brantf & Son, W. W.Wells, News Depot, N. U. Siarr, Donavin & Potwio. C. F. Reuner, Howe Brof..C Riddle fc Co., M. Miller, F. P. Hottzmilh-r, Wm. Zi miner, Lindsey fe Co.'s; New Book Store. V. M. C. A. Juds. Gazette: It is very, gratifying to know that one of the lonj-felt wants of Delaware is at last supplied, and that we now have a public Reading rcoom. tree to all. t-or tbis commend able enterprise we are indebted to the Youns Men's Christian Association, an organization recently started here, and one well deserving the liberal support of our citizens. We learn that the list of reading matter already provided embraces some sixty or more of the leading newspapers and periodicals, both sec ular and religious, oi our own country and England, and that it is the inten tion of the Heading Hoom Committee to extend the list as the means shall be supplied for so doing ; and that they are also anxious to add to the atttac tiveness of this department by pur chasing books for a library, that shall also be free to all. Will not our citizens generally re spond to the desire of the Library Committee, and furnisli the means forthwith for founding a Public Li brary ? And if some of our wealthy citizens would give a generous dona tion for this purpose, thev would re ceive the lastimr gratitude ol the whole community, and, what is Detter still, the satisfaction and pleasure that al ways result from doing good. Y. ' For th? Oazette GKO. wiiiGur. I mean George Wright, local boaage master at Columbus, Onio. Ltt Friday night, tue 2Sd lut., I reached Columnus aiiout middight. via C. O. R. R. A I was passing the door of ihe ladies' sitting room, my attention w..s drawn toward a youi.g lady who was taking on about her lost trm.k. I listened to her story a moment and then toid her to go with me to ihe bu-Siage-room ai.d jierh.ips the hmgMge-masier could geL i-ome trcl of the truna. As sion as sh approached the bos- of the rooms he began to question and cross-question her, hs voicm sotiniling about as modest as the braying of a long eari-d animal on a clear morning. He prouoed in this t.ll ihe fil ly appearing girl scarcely kn-w what the as aiiout, and finally told hfr that he thought mie had lost no trunk, and that he considered hr a wini-n of bad character, which raised a general laugh in tht. crowd ot bystanders, causing the onnglndy to re tire in disgu-t tothBittingroom. Ait-rshe had koiik he (supposing I had g.n- al-o) br- Kiiu hi siur me tor assisting t-r. i loia him there was no use in his repeating what 1 bad said.orin slanin her.-, if ehtt was a. b d woinn he had no right to maltreat her without a Mtise. Whereupon the dignified Geoige dropped his book, niounteu over the counter like a hero, and pounced upon me like a beast of pro , chucked me out ol the station, and diew his fist two or three times to stride after I not out. Ill health for the pat week had so rediu-ed mvsifvnetri that l was unaoie ro protect myself hy phvsical force had I been so disposed, con-ejnently Iielued to brute force and pot out of the ni mal;s way as soun as posible. The alrove took place lat Fridav niiiht between the hours of 12 and 1. I could see nothing in the conduct of the woman to warrant such treatment ai the hands of the virtuous George, 'i he publ c are hereby warned to conduct themselves In a proper manner when appronching ihe hatrgfijie rooni k- pt by Ge..rge Wright, at Columbus, and If any of rhem happen ro be of the fe male persuasion, it would be well to lake with them a Certificate of unci chartrcter, as this virtuous Wriaht may not recognize them. If any one takes t-xceptim to his wy of doing business he will get his r her iio-e brut-ed, and if you should ee hrrn maltreating a defenseless female and dare to say aughr against it j ou will get kicked out. of the depot. ltauiiv that the severul railway companies cannot lure some one nesiaes tnis rougn and uruiser to no tneir Woik. . 11. BAXTER. OBITUARY. lied t tils resitlenee in Galena,.' 1 1. on Thursday t-veuliig, July litli, after a pro- tractetr illness, Uriah .tluutiugtnu Hyde, iu the titith vearof his age. Mr. Hyde was a native of Herkimer County New York. Several yeais since, he i-iimetr Change Tp. in ihiseounty, wherehe engaged successful ly in Merc-rntile Puisuits. More recently he removed to Galena, O. wheie his faniily sull resides, and where his children are all locarerl. He early sought salvation in tbe atoning merits or Jesus anil dieil as he had lived a member of the Baptist Church. A mneral sermon was preaehed on .Saturday, July lTth, by Rev. A. Barrow, from the text "It Is gain to die." tt. AISTOl7VCE31EVTS. We are authorized to announce that Ch&rles Mortimer Janes will be a can didate for County Clerk, subject to the de cision of the Republican County Conven tion, tc JEdSi Gazette: You are authorized to an nounce the name of J. H. Coomer, of Ox ford township, as a candidate lor Recorder of Delaware county, subject to the action of the Republican Convention, and oblige 8jel -9w Many Voters. LOCAL NOTICES. 7io person contemplating a journey ei'.h?r by laud or sea, ought to omit supplying themselves with a quantity of Dr. Whittle sey's Cure for Sick Headache and Dyspepsia as a preventive against the evils arising from the change of w.ter, climate, tc. For sale by N. U. STARR, Druggist, opposite tlie American House. Barrett's" Hair Restorative. People with thin heads of hair should use Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renew er to make the hair grow out thick. "Barrett's" spreads Its fame. It is estimated that seven-tenths of all adult ailments proceed from a diseased tor pid liver. The biliary secretions of the liv er overflowing into ihe stomach, poi-on the entire sytem, and exhibit ihe above symptoms. After a long research, we are able to present the most remarkable cure for this horrid nightmare of diseases the world has ever produced. Within one year over six hundred and t'ortv thousand per sons have taken PLANTATION BITTERS, and not an instance of coniplainthas come to our knowledge. It is the mot effectual tonic and agreeable f-tiinulant, suited t-o all conditions of lire. Inquire of your Drug gist in regard to it. HEacrnolia, "Water Superior to tlie best imported Cologne, and sold at half the price. - "Barrett" a public benefactor. Go and see Evans'magnificent new room and his splendid stock of stoves, marbled mantles, c, and buy the best Fruit Cans at $1,25 per doaen. ' jul 30 Oi) ""Wig-ittalcers" don't like 'Barrett." Fruit Cans only l,:45 . Croukieton's. per dozen at C. jul 30 0 A new generation from "Barrett." Police is hereby given tbat the Agency held b.v J. P. CuMMias, forS-nger's Sowing Macbini-s. in iX'iiware county, lias ueeu di continued, taking effect July Hi, lwHt. l lie liaine oi ms successor win oe men tioned soon. THE SINGER MANF'U CO. J. F. Elliott, Agent. By O. W. Mooke jul30u9tf Price reduced to S1.25 per dozen for the best Fruit Cans, at C. B. Cronkletotr's. thtee doors east rrt Williaurs Block. juloOOO Keen Cooll Jolin F. Latimer has lust received a spienoiu rot ot r ans ui uie latest styles, nr-t in I'enrl, Ivory, Bone, Gilt and Sandalwood. I'rucs ranging Ironi two to twenty dollars. For sale at John F. Lati- uit-r's Musiu Store. juloOlw 1? r in fmher that Evans does not bny wste tin or any other brands of inferior tirr o make l uuir uainwoiiioi. isoining out he very best brands of charcoal tin Is ever used by mm. jui au on Ttemem her that Evans only asBs $1.25 per dozen lor his superior a run cans, juidu us BrandretlTL's Pills. They remove all ttmi Hcc.tiirnilation irom ttre Dowels, arid purity ai.d Invigorate the system. All whose heilt'h is not periei-towe It to themselves to take a few doses of Brandreth's Pills, be- (M.use the r-eeds of ilecuy aie constantly eroicated by tbeir use, and the principle ot life continued, iuiw giving a vigor oi oouy and mind to a penou wnen we nave ucen used lo see tne laitcnug biej uuu tue eu teebled Intellect. General Paez. the distinguished liberator of Venezu. la, r.ayn be has ust-d them ns his ouiy luetticiue ior uiiriy years, wun uie most satlsluciory icsults. For Cotlvene s. Dyspepsia, anil as n Fam ily .neuicme, uiey ae uurivaneu. Daniel r T..ii.. it I'.., 1om. ri-ii..:,, ista.., York, uurerl by liiandreth's Pill of Dyspep sia and Costiv eness, when ull other menus ubcu rmu Itllieu, A gentleman, who-e father died of con sumption at Sri. years, was al-o attacked when about 21, by tbe dlse-.se. Jie haJ TOusu,u'iiu.BnciiiN.ami general net) lity liociors rei-orur-neutleu eoil 11 ver 1 vnr i,n wasteil away. At lat he determined in Brandreth's Pilis. Iu two monthi thev made him a sound man. LOCAL .VOT ICES. Remember that if you go to the lower T'n itore or Tbomas tvans. jr., lor your Fruit aos yoo, can now get the best that can be made, at tue very low rate r.r 8 ,25 per dozen. j-uw t ...... .... ittotfoa Karmeni. families and ot m-r can purchase no remedy equal to Dr. Tobias' Wnetian Ljnament,forthecnre nr r'hnl-rn. Diarrhoea. Dvsentary. C'OUp. Col'c. and f fa Sickness, taken int-rnally . norfoetlv harmless: seeoatn nemmp-t- nvme each bottle. and externally for rUmni Rheumatism. Hadch". Tooth ache. Bore Thro tt. Cuts, Burns. Swellinirs, B'niaes. Mosquito RiteR, nt ore. rains in Limbs. Back and Chest. The VenetiaarA-ln- ament was introduced in ISf?. and no one vhn hne naori it. hnt rTi 1 1 nTlPS TO 10 SO. maiiT statins, if it wa Ten Collars a Bottle thev wonlrl not be without It. Thonsands of t- t,-l..u ii lie -n r the Dnor. -sneal' bieof ir-r wonlerfiil curative p-operties. Price Fifty cents and On Dollar, (-old nv thePmsre'sts and Storekeepers throughout the Ignited States. Depot, 10 Park Place, Xew l ors. jui ou im Or a nt nod Frosrwritr. Bns'ness re vives under the nevrvgime. Oth-r than een'-rsl rinses have, however, eriven a tre mendous imrjptos t-the le of Oritadoro's Exe lsior Hair D-e. The chomists have comeont in two leadine scientific journals asransf the lead and ulnhnr jKrimn for the tienrt (tor that ; r their nroner designation) with which the conntrv is flooded, while rr- Chi!t-m. the first analyt'-al ch-mist in Ameri'-a. annonnoes to the world that Cris tadoro's Dve is utterly poimnlesx. and that he enmw tt to hr n. rteriuse ho hns analyzed it Cristad'-ro's Hair Preservative, ns a dress ing, a-rs tike a charm on the hair aftr d ve ins. Try it. Jul 30 m 1". JW. C. A. The Readine Room of the Youne MenV rhristinn Association is now own to the pnhlic. The ta'ues aresnpnlied with the loading newspapers, periodicals and magazines secular and religious. Young men. especially olerks and appren tices who may be here away from home in fluences, are cordially invited to spend their leisure eveningrs at these rooms. The rooms will be open from 7 to 12 a. m.. 2 to B. and 7 to 10 p. m on week days : and on Sundays from 2 to 6 p. m. jylG- 8t rtn to C. B. Cronkleton's. 3 doors east of Williams Block, for Fktjit Cans. jylfi C B. Cronklrton makes his Frnlt Pans ont of the best material, and sells them cheap. . : jyl6 tf F"rnU fans warranted at C. B. Cronkle ton's. Try them. . JylO tf Mrs. M. C. Wensell keeps the best stock of Millinery Goods in Delaware. Morse's Indian Root Pills. We give you in this medicine the re-ult of a lifetime or stuuy arm inai. rteiore iirja aituiuc, all orhera are bur nostrums. Th.j-are made from simrrleroots. and are the best Medicine 1,1 UJfcj irl LLil uiikiub ux-uc:-., -cn arc rrreernlaririp-r. Headaches. Ind J trestion. Liv er Complaints, tc. They purify tbe blood, remove all obstructions, cleanse the skin of all pimples and blotehes. and are perfectly sure and sale in their operation. We ask vou to use them because we know their vir tues Tr ial is the touchshme by which to prove them worthy. Lse Morses Indian Hoot Pills. For sale by all dealers. je4-2m Call t John F. Latimer's Mnsic Store, and examine his new lot of splendid Organs and Melodeons, at reduced prices, wuicn lie win sen at wnoiesaie or reiiui. Those beautiful patterns of Sheet Iron Stoves at A. Lybraad & Son's, are worth seeing, Persons wishing to purchase a good Cook Siove, will do welf to go and see C. B. Cion klelou'a new stove, called the faslriou. A. Lfbrani &. Sons go to any part of this and adjoining counties to put up Hou; Spouting It. R. Henderson has avery large stock of rearly made over-coats, wnicn be win sell at cost. oct23 68 A. Iylrancl & Sons have purchased a settof machines for doing roofing and other loo wcrk, wmcn oo s .moi.tner worn man can he done by hand and at a much ies pi ice. It is is to every man's Interest to see A LI BRA X D & SONS uefore they .-ontract for their House Bpoutmg or Jou work oi any kiud. The largest assortment of Keck Ties in Delaware uati be seeo at Henderson's. A. Lrbrsnd & Sons manufacture Gal vanized lion cornice anil Window Caps of ail patterns Call ana see samples. We would advise every one to see A.-Ly-hrarrd & Sou's stock of Cook and Parlor Stoves, belure they purchase. Goto A. Lyhraud & Srju's, and see that new pattern of Cook Stove. The material used by A. LYBRAji D fe SONS for Rooting, Houe Spouting, and all knds of job wor k, is the best the market affords. B. Dickinson &. Son, have been and are receiving a good assortment of Watches, Cloeks, Jewelry, Spectacles. Plated Table Spoons and Forks, Tea Spoons, Butter Knives, &c. Persons wishing to buy will do well to call and see. Special pains taken to sttit persons buying Spectacles at No. 38 Sandusky street. B; Dickinson & Sou. Stoves X Stores 1 J Stoves nave de cltnerl, and A. Lybmnd fe Sou are receiving a large stock, which they will seil cheap. If vou want to see t he best stock of Cloths Caooimeres, Beavers, Ac, In tow n, no to K. R. HENDERUN'S. Yon may find any kind of a stove you waul, at A. Ly brand Sou's, in the Wil liams Block. The reason why C. B. Crokklkton does so mueti jou WdrK is intll lie uses trie very best mtiterlul-. the near, ine mamei anoros arid employs . none but first class work men. . ; ... . The Fashion has a larger oven, weighs more, anil has smoother castings than any sto ve iu the city. Call and see it. The price of all Cook, Parlor and Box Stoves has been reduced 10 per cent-, by C. B. Ceokklztos The latest fashions In Dressand Millinery Goods at Mrs. Weuseil's, 51 South Sandusky street. There Is no place in Delaware where you can get netter bargains than at the Millinery Store of JUrs. Wensell; .t - . Hats, Caps and Bonnets of latest styles, at No.51 SouthMain Street. Hagan's Magnolia Balm. This article is the True Secret of Beauty. It is what Fash ionable Ladies, Actresses, and Opera Singers use to produce that cultivated, distingue ap pearance so much admired in the Circles of Fashion. . - It removes all unsightly Blotches, Red ness, Freckles) Tan, Sunburn and Effects of Spring Winds, and gives to ihe Complexion a Blooming Purity of transparent uelicacy and power. No 3jidy who values a fine complexion can uo without the Magnolia Bairn. Seventy-five cents will buy it of any of our respectable dealers. Lyon's Kathaiion is a very Huir Dressing. delightful jy Mm Millinery and Fancy Goods of all kinds al wh- to be found at Mrs. Weuseil's. Call aud examine stock. jy9 tf Try Julian's Interest Tables, forsalo only at the NEW BOOK STORE. I.et not Prejudice usurp your Reason. It is a fact that, in the minds of manv persons, a prejudice exists against what are called patent medicines; but why should this prevent you resort iug to an article that has sucn an array ot testimony to support t as HUSinimit H siujialii mn t,iis; Physicians prescribe it; why should you discard it? Judges, usually considered men of talent, have used aud do use it in their famines ; wuy saouiu you reject itv i.et not your prejudice usurp your reason to the venasuug injury ot your neaitn. it vou are sick, and require a medicine, try these Biiters. W hen the bodily energies are worn out by anxiety and need a stimulant, this is the best that can be taken, it is tempered and modified by hygienic herbs and roots, which prevent it- from fev-riug the blood ; and hence it does not produce a mere temporary excitement, to be followed by injurious re action, but communicates a permanent po tency to the entire vital organization. Some I its-tieroal constituents are siigntiy sopo rific, so that in cases where sleeplessness is one of tire accompaniments of nervous disease, a dose of it taken towards bedtime will tend lo produi-e ouiet and refreshinsr slumber. For palpii ation of heart, tremors, uyst ncs. iainuug nts. general restlessness and tlie causeless fears aud distressing mn cies to which ladies are especially subject, under certain morbid conuitions ot mind ;ind body peculiar to th ir sex. the Bitters will be lound the most agreeable and cer tain of all counter-irritants. The constitutionally nervous may readily keep their infirmity in constant check try the daily use of this healthful vegeutble tonic; and those who have "shattered their nerves, ' as the phrase is, either by impru dent indiilirem-e or undue phvr-ieal or intel lectual lairor, win turn in tins vitaiiK na elixir a prompt restorative. jy2im Tia trne. 'tin ft pity, pitv 'tis true." that mankind will prt-ss unheeded tbe warning symptoms ol disr-ase, and neglect the rerrreriies to restore health, um 11 disease has so far advanced that it is often iinoos- sible to obtain relief. We have been shown the formula ot Judson's Mountain Herb Pills, and believe them to be the best and simplest of MedMnes for Billious disorders, Liver Complaints, Female Irregularities, &c. Th y arc prepared with gr. at caution, and will save many a doctor's bill, if used in time. As a universal Family Medicine, they are unsurpass. d. Give trie Mountain Herb fills a fair trial, and we warrant you will never bo without them. Sold by all dealers. je-i-2m. Don't use that old Baby Carriage, whuii you can trade it for a new one at inarltf 09 J. S. COX'S. Small Profits and Quicli Returns. The subscribers having received a good va riety of Books, otter them lor sale at as low prices as can be aiiorded. Please call and examine lor yourselves, at No. 88 Sandusky street. B. DICKINSON iS SON. "Leader" "Leader" "Leader" is the new Stove which A. LYBKaND St SONS now have on exuibitiou - cull aud see it. Slate Blanties of all the latest paterns can ne trruuu at a. i.ioriA.iu a nun.i also all kinds of Coal Grates See them be lore you purchase they arc ciieap. C. M. Cronlclcton, 3 doors East of Wit Haul's Wiock, has ou hand the best lot of tlu ware, at low rules, in the city. C. 15. Cronltleton does Job work as low a any oilier bouse iu tne city. Remember that if you want a good job ot rooUug or spouting tbe place to go for It li'. a. croiiuii'iou a, a aoors eaar, , oi me Wlilium's block. If )-aa pliould want a good Job of Uoollng or rsir.rul.irm rlouw al low rates, tro to C. B. CRonkLEToN a. on Vviuter Street. Dont buy a Clothes Wringer until you see LOCAL NOTICES. trPPER DRUG STORK will be open on Sundays from 8 to 10 o'clock A M and from 2tOir.M. B. I -RttaJM 11 & CO. Onwosite the post office von will find Miss E. J. Rogers, and she keeps all the latest styles , All kind of Parlor Stoves are selling at KTeaity .reduced priced t.. yurana toon a. Miss E. 3. Rosrers is not undersold in Millinery. Opposite tne post omce. TTTF FiRST nfJARS in town will Ire found at the Upper Drug Store, No. 5 Williams . , . -Kr, Ladiei, you will do won to call on Miss V T Rnnnaticn vou wish to bay a Bon- net or Hat, or get a Dress made to lit. iru. tc.. .T. Rnerers keeps Ladies' Hats. .. .. . ."i .i t..,. -...r.. and trims tnem up in me olj . ir von want a good job of Millinery, go to Miss E. J. Rogers'. , . l.vtiratid A; Sons hava just received o nvrc"Kt..-tra enllert the "Leader" we sell them on trial call and see it before you pur chase. There is no Stove made which takes les I wood and does better b sine than the Leader" Sold by A. ijinnAiMra I C. B. CronkJeton warrants all his work. C. B. Cronklrton employs none but first- class workmen. Readers. tiA-vn von called at R. It. Hender son's new Merchant Tailoring and Clothing txtaoiixbmentT 11 not, can. ana examine uis stock, it win pay you. ocia The Fashion excels any stove offered in tnia market. It is admitted hy all who ba-ve ever seen or used the Morning Glory, that it is the handsomest and most convenient and least expensne 10 the consumption of fuel of any stove tbat has ever been invented. Best Coal Oil. at lowest price, at S. Ly- nrana & to. s. leoiz The Revol-vlne Iirnt Coal Stove, sold try A. LynraDn b aon, is tne Dest stove m the market, (jo and see It, The Senator Cook Stove has the highest oven of anv stove In the market the caM ted not to crack. It is sold by A. Lybrand Son. There is no place fn Delaware, where stoves are sold so cheap asst A; ly brand A Son's. The largest assortment of Clocks ever onerea iu ueiaware, has just heen reeeivea a No, 3 Williams Block. Call and sea for yourselves. nov20ti A. Lybrand & Son have the stock of Stoves In the conntry. largest A. Lybrsnd & Sons have a large stock of (jooaiiiK fcstoveH.wruen tnev will sell low er than they can be purchased any place In the City - as they are now building a now storeroom and want to make room Arr a new slock. It. ft. rteuderaon has the best Cutter In Central Ohio, and warrants a complete fit everytime . . . , Go and see R. ti. Henderson's larKS as- I sorimeut of Hats ana Carps. - XI. It. Henderson invites all to call and see his stock of gorKis. They are good, well selected, bought for cash, anil roust sell at the very low ngures ne noias mem nr. ijo and sen him. . oct23 68 "The Portnae" is the nam of the new Cook Stove at A. Lybrand & bou's. Brie Railway. The Orecct Iftrough itoXe to the East This CcTmnan v now con trol and operate thirteen hundred mile of j road, extending from Cincin nati. Cleveland, Dunkirn, Buffalo aud Rochester to New York. It is of the s'x feet gauge, nearly a third wider than other roads, enabling the Com- rr-mv to construct and use coaelie-r corres pondingly larger and more comfort arde. It track has been niaced in tnoroueh re pair by the suhNtitU'ion of &teel Kails at such points as are subjected to the greaest service, and where the highe-strate of sp ed is requiren to oe mane. New and improved Sleeping Coaches ac company all night trains. They are heated cious and" elegant Dressing and S.ate-rooms and combine all the modern improve- m- nis. Excellent Dining Saloons are located at convenient points upon the line, wheie tu ple time is allowed for meals. inree express irains aanv are run rrom the western termini of the road to New York without change, making as quick lime as oy any oilier route. l ne ion? instance run without cnanse 860 miles and the spacious accommodrt- tionsof its Broad Gauire Coaches, especial ly- commend this route" to families and la dies. Tir-lrets vln this rroTinlrrr tine can be oo- tdinCil ct all principal Ticket Offices in the councry. . . STOSE. STOE! STO. E ! TIOOR . Window Sill. Cellar Stens, It Flacs. Cistern Covers in the rough, and I all kinds of Building Stone-,- furnished at I mv Quarry, west of O. w. tJollege, West Delaware. Orders may be left at tbe Gro cery Store of W. S. Little, Sandusky Street. jiiayo, Oi. ur.. v . ji x jHj. EX.IM1SATIOS NOTICE. .School Examiner's lYotice. THE! School Kiamlnerl of Delaware county will meet, during the year 1H6, ior tne examination ot teachers, at lae fol lowing places and times, namely : At ine coukt-moubc. in ueiaware, on February -7ib , March Wth and 27tb. April -iu aua ivtn, iviay em ana z---i, eeptemDer -Jotti, ortooer wtu aua zaa, isovemirer eui ana Ltitn. uecemoer inn. At the wmool-house, In ASHlbiy, April 10th ; at the school-honse iu Lewis Cen ter, April iutb, and uciooerauin; at tne school-house iu OsMtAN-bER, October 2d: at Col. Frambes' school-house, Jn StmBURY, the Saturday alter tne session oi tne county Teachers' Institute. Candidates must present satisfactory tes timonial-, of good moral character; and the law requires, as a condition of examination. tbat eacn applicant, ior a certincate snail pay a fee of fifty cents. No certificate is granted unless the appli cant is " qualified to teach all the branches named iu trie law; namely: Orthography. Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, English Grammar; and poeses an ad equate knowledge of the theory and prac tice of teaching." Examinations will commence at 10 o'clock, a. M , and clo-eat 2 rr'clock i. m. ; and no apfdh-ant will be admitted after 11 o'clock. The exercises will be conducted ar far a-t possible in writing. Each candidate is requested to bring paper and pencil, and a stuiuped envelope addressed to himself, in which thecertiftr-iite awarded will be mailed to him, or notice of failure. J. H. CAMPBELL. January 29. 18rjS.-lf Clerk. WOOD TERXIXCr. 1 itni now prepared to do all kinds of Wood Turning- and Job Work I3T THE CABINET LINE. TRY ME! At J. C. EVANS' MACHINE SHOP, up stairs. myil-ly J. C. MILLER. CI-rOTtlJES WRIXfiERS. WI1IIEI DEPOT! .ISottilor Cog- Wheel, (Self-adjusting Rubber Springs;) Champion Pat. Jog WSieel, (Koller Regulator.) Call and get one and if not satistled It the money will be refunded. Jan. 1, 'OS). C. l. POTTER & CO The Oolanare County ISiltle Soclcty HAS Just Reeeivea a New Supply of Hooks from t he American Bible Soeie- tv, which, with the stock on hand, makes the assortment- full and complete in the va rious styles of rannly and. rocket Bible aud Testaments. Also, Bibles and Testa ments in Hebrew, Arabic, Ureeb, GermiiL and French kiiigrmges. For sale at 1 he !-to- lletvfe list priecs.iit the Depository, c.flnttv ci welly Store, No. S Williams Block. ni7 Watflies.ClocUs ana Jewelry REPAIRED. JOU "V V. LATIMER lm. ! coniirrt iou witli his bu -irress, secured the ser vices of W. 11. IN r. rv n.vijij, so rung uuu ra voriibly known In tlie City, and is now fully oreonred to repair Watches, Clucks and Jewelry, at the nhortest notice, and In the most artistic sryre. -n-o whui,cti. Give us a cull at the Music Store. jel JoHN F. LATIMER. 8 COX E A L E R ISf CKOCKB IVY Glassware, Table Cutlery and Plated Spoous, Forks, Castors and Cako Baskets, and Nickle Silver Spoons that will last for twenty-flve years. American Block, Delaware Ohio. my2S-tt Notice. rjiHK Delaware County Farmers' A Club will meet at the Club Room (Pirp-l.lt-1. .n & M.-Elroys othcet, August 7, at XV. o'clock P. M, Topic : The importance and exuedienev of establish! nar. uthnni rii.i a system of Stock Sales Iu the Countv. A iulLattuuUaacoiBreHuU)d. jySi-St CL.OTIII.VG. GREAT ATTRACTION Prices to suit the , Times j -yyATKijrs & talliias, aierclmnt Tailors, WILL take pleasure in showing, their'.nu- mcrous customers a large and choice stock , . i of -A.E1F GOODS IVLat received, and selec- te with special reference to the wants o I their mnnv friends fmrl nafrOTis. 1 ' A Heat Fit Warranted. Have Secured the Best of Workmen. LA.TEHT PAT1KRNH AND 8TYLKH T0K . Heir JSiiits Entire. - Yon can select from a large assort ment of ENGLISH & FRENCH BLACK & COLORED CLOTHS FRENCH & AMERICAN ... COATIJSGB, FRENCH t AMERICAN "DO ESKIN CASHIMEHEH, SCOTCH CHEVIOTS Jt MIXTURES, PLAIN A FANCY CASSIMERESall grades. VESTINGSall kinds and colors. .Ctolden Hill Shirt, sa The Neatest and Best Fitting now in the market. Patent Pantaloon Drawers Best Fitting Drawers, In the World. Laport's Celebrated . 5 Kid Cloves .. . i ... Under Sliirts, India Gauze and Idsle .Thread - BEST FITTING Paper Collars and Cnlf.s,' Plain and Fancy IVecK-tles In short, every variety of nruisbmg Goods, wuicn cannot iaii to please. IB E E II E & CO.'S SILIi HATS, Patent Ventilated Self-adj utrtiug. r . HATS AIVD CAPS, Tjtttest Styles and Colors. Sometliing- new in Collars. Our stock is complete, and will cost you nothing to he shown throu&h. We can as sure the public that we cannot be outdone In our line, either in PRICE or QUALITY. Thanking our many menus lur lueir -very iiHeni rn.r.ronatre heretofore, we can assure them that we are now better prepared than ever to please. SPECIAL NOTICE. Prnni all who wish to make up their own Clothing for Men and BoyB, we ask an ex amination of our goods, as we have a fine stock that we will sell by the yard much below their beat, value. MR. JACOB HELLEK tsi Ktill at the old trlaee. where he would be glad to meet all his many friends, and where he will do all cutting, either to pe made in the shop or at home. WAllUiMJ Oi lALlj yi ajs . April 9, '60 t o o MARKETS. Money. Gold TJ. S. 5-20 bonds, 1SC7 ......lyo1-.-; lit! lO'-H U. S. 10-40 bonds Delaware Retail Jnarkci. . rrected weekly by Dokavis Potwin, Wholesale and Retail Grocers and dealers in Country Produce. FLOCE. Flour, best brands, bbl ..S7 00 t-xtra r amiiy e Buckwheat Flour IB cwt. .0 00 Corn Meal cwt 70 SlJSDEIES. Hard-reflned Sugar S 19 Coffee A Sugar 18 bxtra o rsugar.,.. ioj Bro CSugar - lo " " 14 Choice Rio Coffee : 28 do Fair Vo Java do 40 Rice (Carolina) . 12$ do (Rangoon) ;.. 11 Syrups Drips 1 40 ao ttoiuen l iu do Best Sugar House 1 00 do Fair " .V SO Mackerel, No. 1 3 IS do No. 2 .. 3 00 White Fish keg 8 50 Beans Navy $ bu -S60 Butter 9 K 2. 2.j Cheese (old) f, 24 do (new)...- -. . . 20 Eggs doz 16 Lard lb 22 Raisins $ lb 30 Potatoes bu.. 60 Salt bbl .-2 8tr Hams sugar-cured ... 2-1 do home-cured 20 Delaware Grain Market. Corrected weekly by HiLia Bradley, Pro prietors of City Mills, East Delaware. Wheat W hu Corn bu oats bu Ryebu Clover Seed bu Timothy Seed bu Flax Seed bu Flour bbl Corn Meal cwt alt bbl .. Water Lime bbl Bran cwt Shorts cwt Middlings cwt ...X 1 00 1 05 bo(f BO SOrSJ & SOrtr! 90 .... 10 000U2 00 .... 3 50ilJ 4 00 .. 1 90(i 2 00 ..... 4 00(3 7 00 .... 140(3 ISO ..... -2S03 275 2 753 3 0C m l oc 1 50(S 1 7r 1 60(3 1 75 Cincinnati Live Stock Market. Cincinnati, July 12, ISO!). The current prices for the week at both tlie markets were as follows: BEEF CATTLE. Per cwt. Prime Fair Common S ecri) 7 00 4 75(al 5 0(1 4 00(3 HOGS. S!) (Km 0 50 SO rij S50 Prime Common New York Live Stock Market. New Yokk, July 12, 1S0. The current prices for the week at all the markets were as follows: BF.EF CATTI.K. Per lb. Kxtra .. v15ilVc Prime lo'-iwltic Common lliftlflir Inferior 21vr!,13!ic Average li.ijC The above are quotations per pound up on the estimated net weight of meat seller -rinkimr offal. That Is. a bullock whose quarters will weigh 8 cwt., at 10 cts a pound, amounts to SM). r - - SMKKl". - - ' -' F.xtra Sheared..: Prime ..M....o Common ioc HOGS. Prime ..; : : Vim V-ic Common -.. OKA tWc RECEIPTS. Cattle ,SIS Shetp . 27,tiX Hogs n,m HHi JVECH. CURE. Hit. IIUElSLiACK'S ' ' ' BIG ECK CURE. The Great German Care for SWELLED HECK or GOITRE. - wh Warranted to Cure, and the Drugglstcases sells it will refund the money in all N. U. where acrrre Is not effected. Sold hy STARR, Delaware, Ohio. Also General Agent fur the State of Ohio. apriltf LOOK AT THIS. SLTBHAND CO. keep constantly ou hand a full assortment of l.'uhne stock's Pure White Lead, Artie Lead, and Cot tuge Paints of ail colors, ground In oil In 5. 10 aud 25 pound cans. Fish and NeaCs Foot Oil. Also, raw auu oouea mnsoea vii, x.aru, K. S WUUnu Vlosk- DRY GOODS. Tlie People's DBT GOOi$ STOKE 3 We have ooened our N'Kw" STORE the ffuroi- est, tne LtuHTEST, ana tne .i v 1 t i-.i-.--i -s- FVT store in the, town in Aieiaware. we have filled it with an eratire NEW STOCK of Dry trooas, purcnasea ouriug une , Insist laiiic In Sew York. Tlie Feojple'sfcWgStajre is Situate! on tlte C'orjier American laouse M lock. We return our sincere thanks to our old customersin sustaining us and patronizing us through the struggle we have made arrainst hiirh nrices and corporation legisla tion to put us ilown,We and (he people 1 are victorious. We have taken our stand a fnr 5 venrs. and hone to meet our old cus- tomers with as many new ones as possible. All we aslt Is One Trial. It will he satisfactory, for you to know that we can uuu uo sen Ten per tent. Cheaper than any otlrjer House in Ueiaware. A fine and good sehvted stock of DRESS GOODS, SHAWLS, CLOAKSi CL OA KINGS. CASSlMEliliS, CLOTHS, JEANS. SHEETING, HOSIERY. GLOVES,' tc., trc. Iu our VI At AM ltlirAll'mUXY .You. will find latest styles of OUR OWJV MANUFACTURE 1 -All Cloak Materials purchased of us .1 . 4 .... rf.nmru r 7 pattern given to the purchaser. Tlie Gentlemen's Department is well stocked with Clot li, Cassimeres, Jeans, Ilorrler.V, A-e- ar- All raods for Gentlemen's Wear, will be cut hi file most fashiouabiestyle, FOR AND e, L-if-IE. TO, OJII1EB -w AT PB K.T. LOWER f THAN A!Y MOUSE TBS TOWS. 55 t iro-f'f If 'f I,. I. Remeiuber tlie place & terms. . ' io pee cE'iVr" ' Lower tban smy Iloiise In DELAWARE. The leple's lry Cioodsv Store, ROBT. BELL, Agrt. April 16, 1809, ly STOVES, TISWAKE, &e. A. LYI3RAIVO & SOA'S, Wholesale and Retail Denier, in Stoves & Tinware, Pump, ISells, House jFuriiismng' Goods, Copper, Urass, & Enameled liettles, Slate and Iron, mantles, Grates, Fire Brick, Also manufacturers of ;--... i ...... . ...,-.- Tin,' Copper and Sheet Iron Ware. Wc keen constantly ou hand a larire and well-selected stock of the most improved paiierns or COOK, PARLOR COOK, ,? j .. n f ; PARLOR fc HEAT1SU STOVKS, for both coal and wood. We keep the Peacemaker, Ihrtune, Onton. victor. General Grant, Cosmopolitan, Srnator, Fat'oritr, Morning StarJ jr Jubilee. Home Trctusure. Einf Impitjvrd, Statesman, Leader, and many other patterns of Vlrst-Class Cooking- stoves, all of which we warrant in every particu lar. All of tlie above stoves will be SOLI1 CIlfcAPEU than they can be nought any place iu the i. ounty. Itoofin?, Ilone Mpotiting, AND RKPAIRIti OT A I.I. KIIS weilve esiiecial atK'ntlon. -.::. .ft ' ' " t i-t.-f ion We keep none but FIRST.LASS WORKMEN and use THE BEST MATERIAL THE MARKET AFFORDS. ' -!.... r il -.l l.;i! i Call and get our Prices before Letting your work. OLD IRO.V AM RAGS . t - . . . taken In exehautte for Tinware, Ac. " itemombcr the place, sign;of THE UIG COFFEE POT, North En(if William Block. ocal Advertisements. ' A. LYDRAXO &fs6xlS. prW A! " SPECIAL WOTICES. VKETASLE SICILIAN HAIR is me oest article known to preserve the riri. n wm positively restore GRAY HAIR TOITS ORIGIWAI. CO!,- UK., au fKUMUTlS ITS OROWTH. It is an entirelv new scientific d toTro-w combining many of the most powerful arid' dom. " reswraii v e atrenrs in Tne vntrprnh a irinr. Itinakt 1V Hals- siWoofh an.1 glossy, and does not stain the skin ! li it recommended and used by the first medi cal auinoniy. For sale by all druggists. Price 81 00. JyS-lin Nashua, N.H., Proprietors. To Consumptives. The advertlser.hav Ing been restored to health in a few weeks by a very simple remedy, after having suf fered several years with a severe lune affec tion, and that dread disease. Consumption, Is anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure. To all who desire it. he will send a copy of rne prvasription asi dree ot cnareei, witn the directions for preparing and using the same, which they will And a sure otirefr.r Consumption, Asthma. Bronchitis etc. The ohfect of the advertiser in sending tlie I nmawtntlnn i. h.n.iirri,a .ffll.!..! A I spread information which he conceives to I oe invaiuaiiie; and he Hopes every sutterer will try his remedy, as it. will cost them nothinsr. and niav nrnvn a hlesslmr. . Parties wishing the prprse-Hpt'on will pIpshp address REV. EDWARO A. WILHON, my2S-ly . Wllliamibart;. Kings Co N. Y. BOOTS & SHOES. TJEST Custom Made Boots at Waldo's It m ew Store on Winter street, at il.50 less than usual prices. THE Rest Lasting Congress Gaiters fortt re at WALDO'S NEW KtiOE STORE, on Winter street. TEST assortment oif LlrAles' Shorn at WALDO'S NEW RiiXkK.V.. on Winter otreei. RJununBER w&lda ihai opened- new SHOE STORE on Winter street, BOOTS and SHOES at Waldo's new btore on Winter street and ALT. 111.-1.-117 OOODii;1 j nst opened, fresh and nice. I ' i WM)0'9 New Shoe Store, on Win. er-Street. is tbe chennest, Khoe Utnra in Deitrware. 1e 18 MISS It. Wishes to In. iorm the ladies oi Delaware and vicinity, ., that she has opened rooms 4 i, for the purpose i of dresslnis la ' dies hair, Cut tniK liair,sham- , -,tu" Jroiuijna,, Curl .y iijfcj!' ' niR, t'rimping, Ac. 8he also Mauulactures . V'irjs, Toupees, Curls, FrU ze8,"and Braidif. fslie will -till all orders promptly, and on the mrt reasonable terms. Rooms on the North-east corner of Winter and Union streets, i- 1 - jel8-3m ONlxrur Ifersliaw Jt Co., SUCCESISORS TO J. O. OSBOItS &, C O , 142 Mouth ilijjh'street, COLItHBIIS, OHIO, ; , Dealers in '' -" Carpets and Oil Cloths, Curtains', Win. dow Shades, Stair Rods, Cenlrm, Jbc. Also,! Staple aua rancjr. Itry !ooIs. February W, l&iy VARKISII (WORKS. BCT THE BEST ASIl SBCTTRK THE CHEAPEST! No. 1 Coach, So.OTi No. 1 Furniture,., 3,f0 Extra Flowing,... 4,75 Houw Palnters,,i 4 75 Damarr ,. 4,5ii By the bbl. 40 f ct off. 5 bbls. or more 50 ot. oil lor otutliw ISAAC ,11 i&'SBTrl prietor CLOTlIIXCi E. E. JONES. H. W. PCilPHREY. IIAIaAIAS K tRKA I S I J I raii1 Closing Out Male or SPUIAG AII SUMMER CLOTIIINfi.! J OJVES & t SX WPIIRE Y, No. 8 TKMPIAR MALL Bl'ILDIXG, are now offering their E n t ire St o c li ' - , F ...... S PR IS (i AX 1 S 17 JH 31 K n CLOTIIIA fi A T COST ! 30 PER CEST. CHEAPER than any other Clothing House D E I, A -W .A. 22, 0E3 , in order to make room for their , s f is " j , i . i -' r i : ; : Treiueiidiioiiiii StncU riF FAI.1.&WITEK t LO'l lllMi, which they are f f f " J i ' -1 f Aow ManutaetiiriiiK'. arow is Yci R TIME FOR BAR t At A$ J Ihe rush for liKhtClothinii at this House U tremendous this hot weather, and the crowds go out wit h Their I.arpc Ilundles, 5 4 1 ni4orlij tow wc can sell . ' Sl'CM LARtaE BUAWIES for so small au Amount of tareenbaiks ! Call Before it willfce Too Late. REMEMBEIt THE PLACF. JOAES & 1 I'M 111 R E V, Templar Hall. fvAiRMfeStcl i WORKS, . v y MJCI.IC.X. H U A L L . HAVE HEARU OF iioori,A.iJ' cEEy.t. . BITTERS, AND Ilooflantl's erinaii Tonic, FBHFABCS BY lilt. C. M.I JACKSON, Philadelphia. Their introduction into this country from uermany occurrea in 1 S 2 3 THEY CUKEJJ YOUR EatlterK n n I Mof!ir, And will cure vou an l your children. They are entirely different from the many prep, arations now in the II country, called Bit ters or Tomes. They 1 are no tavern prep aration, or anything like one; but good, honest, reliable medicines. They are. "THE OKKATKST KNOWN BKMKIJ1 EH FOK LIVER COMPLAINT, JAVJIBICE, TYSIK1S1A, SERVOl'S DEBILITY, DISEASKl OFTHB KIDNEYS, ERIPTWXS OF THE SKIST, And all dlsea.ffs arising from A Illniorilrrc-d Liver, touiatli, - OH 1MPIR1TV OK TIIK BLOOll. Constipation, Flatulr'tice, Inward Files r uiincKsof blood to the head. Acidity 01 the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, iJiHKUst for Food, Full ness or weight in the stomach, tHonr Fructatlrms Hinklng or Fluttering at the Pit of the Kiomach, Swimming of the Head, Hur ried or IrifHcult Breath I nar. Flut tering at the Heart, Chokiirg or buf focatinrr HenRationR'wben in a lying iOKtrire, Timne8 of KJ Vision, Trots and .Webs beiore the sight, luill Pain lu the Head, Deflchmcy of Perspir ation, Yellov-nr-ss of the Hkin and Kyes, Pain ; - in the Side, in - the Facii, Head, Chest, lJmU Hudrlen Ffr.sciefi of Heat BuiTiinn tn the Flesh, Constant Ira agiuingfrof Kveland Ire predion of fcpirlt AH thrne Indicate Disease of th Liver r 11 yr-wr I r- Orftanfl, combiner! with Impure Blood.. Iloollaiid'r Oeriiian IlitSei tt entirely -vesretable, and containa no liq uor. It is a compound of Fluid Kxtractfc. The roots, herbs and barks from which these extracts are made are gat bered in Cfemiauy. All the medicinal virtt es are extracted from them by a ucientJflc-ClieiniKt. Thtwe ex tracts are then foi-VJ wardrxi to thin coun try, to be used exprealy for the man u lec ture nf these Kilters. There is no alcholic substance of any kind nsed In compotind 1ns the Bitters, hence it is the only Hitters that can be used In coses where alcoholic stimulants are not advisable. Iloofland'H German Tonic Is a combination of all the Ingredients of the Bitters, with ptjrc Hanta Cruz Hum, Orange, etc. It is used for the same uiseases as the Bitters, in cases where some pure al coholic stimulus is required. You wilibear t mind f hat tiieue remedies are enUretu dif ferent from any other advertised for the cure of the diseases named, these being sci entific preparations Ot mfOltinai exiim.u., Willie tue otoers are mere ueem-r i-". in .Ami. fnrm The Tonic is decidedly one of the most pleasant fcird aereeable reme dies ever offered to the public Its taste U exqursite It Is a pleasure to uirie r... its llie-giving, exuiieri- uuk, - qtrailties have caused It to be known as the greatest of all tonics. DEBILITY. There is no medicine etiual to Hoofland's German Hitters aud Tonic in cases of Debil itv. Thev ilnoart a I .Mone and virrnr to th whole system, give! strength to theappe tlto, cause an enjoyment of the food, ena ble the stomach to diger- t It, purify tlie blood, give a good, sound, fcealthy complexion, eradicate tlie yellow tii. ge from the eye, im part a bloom to the cheeks, and change tiie patient from a short-breathed, emaciated, weak aud nervous inviJid, to a lull-faced, stout and vigorous person. Weak and Delicate Children are made strong by using the Bitters or Tonic 111 fact, tbey are Family Medicines. Tbey can bo administered with perfect safely to a child three months old, the most delicate female, or a man of ninety. These remedies we the BEST BLOOD PT'RIFIOl Ever known, and will enre all diseases re sulting from bad blood. Keep your Wood pure; keep your Llv I er iu order, and keep your digestive o rlj ians in a sound con dition hy the use of til se remedies, and no disease will ever assail you. The best men In the country recommend them. If yearn of honest reputation go for any thing, .you must try these preparations FROM HON. GEO. 11". WOOD WARD,' Chief Justice'of Supreme Court of Pemtsylvania rfHiADELPaiA, March 16, 1W7. I mid "Hoofland's German Hitters' Is not an Intoxicating beven(.e but ir n good ton ic, usemi tn uisomers or the ow-rive or gans, and of great beneilt in ea -rear of debili ty and want of nervorn- actlou lu the sys tem, Yours. trtil GKO. W. WOOD WAR P. FROM HON. JA31it:S 7HOMPSON, Judge of the Supreme t urt of Pcnnsyh'txnta. Fhilapelphia, Apr'-' 2S-ISCS. i consider "Hoof land's German ters" a valuable mrd l ieme in cast of at tacks of Indigestion or Dyspepsia, I can certify this from mv- own experience or it. Yours. "'"CTS'VhOMSOS. FROM REV. J. H. KKNNARD. D. 1, Pastor of Tenth Baptist Church, Philadelphia. JM. .f Ai-Kso-t r,-arlSii: 1 liave been fro quetitly ntiutwteil tiionimeft mv name with different kinds of medir iiiea, trut reird i tirr t he pi net ice as out of my approprint e npbere, i have hi all cases declined; but with a olear pronf in various Itistuuces, aud particuiMr lyln my own family, f the UKi-iulnesa of Ir. Hoofland's German Hitter. I .i.nj t f.r once from my usual eou -se, to expr. my urn conviction tlint fur general iietniitv of thesyMteirl and l- p.-.-in. ,y fur I.iver r. ..ill plaint, it is a sale XT Mid vslunlxt t i aiiili.ii!. In 80HW i t uses r iiibv tan. Imt UHUmIIV.I doubt not It will Im v,tv treuell- ciiil tot hove suirerimt from tlie at'oveeaus - .,., t..,.i.. ' J. H. K K AH1 Kiifhth, bt.ow Coalts street A 1 T I O . HooHuud s German rnedies ar corm-tr'i-f'U--d The nr iirrine l ave tb Menalitr of C. M. Juluoa on tirr flout of tue out side wmpperof each tart Jo, and the uarnr of the nrllelw Irlown lu each bottle. Ail others are couutelJuit. Price of (he Bitter, '11,00 per Bottle Or a Half Doieu for f,,yo, Priee of tat Tonic, (1,50 per Bant. Or a Half Doen for 7,fi0, TThe Tonic Is put up in QttitBottlt?.- ItecoUect that It Is Tr. HooOauil'ii German Kemedies that are so 1 tiulveiitllv u.-d & so higiiiy roiHiiiimeu 1 JeU, and do not al low the lni v to Imiuoe you to t-iH tn v. thing else he may say n j i-t as suc.I; be cause he makes a larger profit on li. 'i'iu-.-e remedies will in; acut to any locality upua ai i4H-ttU.ni to th PKlStlPAl OFFK'K. At the (;r iniiii Medicine Str Ko. 61 Arete St., Philadelphia. C.IIAS. M. EVASS, Froprttor Formerly C. M. JACKSOIS - CO. r- These Remedies ase for sale bv I" gists, Htorekueiwrs and Modi erne lx-ai.-m every wheie. , . Tin not forget to examine well t' " tiyouu uyfit? oer July Wjv ' . w .