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BACCO. 119 bits lu a comer, from morning to night, T' smoke, chew, smoke ! He rises at. dawn his pipe to light. One pulling and chewing with all hi- might Till the hour of sleep. Tis his delight T smoke, chew, fmoke. Tlie quid goes in when the pipe goes out Tis chew, chew, chew ; rota cloud or smoke gots up from his throat, Then his mouth sends a entant Mtrcam alloat ; -SFi 'TIS chew, chew, chew. t ' . He iu all day in a smoke or fog "Ti puff, puff, puff;" He grfrwls at his wife, the cat aDd dog. He covers with 01th the carpet and rug. And hi only answer, when I give him a Jog, c . .. Is ifl-. VOfT, pwf-j The house all o'er froi"1 rmd t9rnd. In whatever room my way i .e2'l. , If I take his clothes to patch an J t4id,. K, ngrateful fumes will ever ascend Of smoke, smoke, sroohe. At home or abroad, afar or near, ... 'Tis smoke, smoke, smoke Hts month is stu ffed from ear to ear, ' k .g th s?mP of a pipe no dear ; And his Uayg will eud, I verily fear lu smoke, smoke, smoke'. Evening Telegram. FARM AD IIOLSEIIOJLO. Tomato Catsup. One bushel ripe tomatoes-boil until soft-sqaeere through a sieve, and add one quart vinegar, half pint salt, one oss, cloves, one oz. ullspice, half oz. cayenne pepper, two oz. mustard seed, and boil the whole three hours. Chopped Pickles. One aallon ureen tomatoes chopped fine 1 green pep pers 3 onions handful of salt sprin kled over them. Let them stand 6 hours drain off the liquor and add 1 taDiespoonful of eround pepper, 1 of allsoiee, 1 of made mustard, X pint of musiaru ceu, a pini9 or vinegar. uraham Bbkad. Two ewps sweet milk, 2 cups sour milk or buttermilk. 'A cup molasses, 1 teaspoouful soda, with unbolted wheat meal to make a stiff oatter. This cannot be beaten for oreaa. Baked Indian Podding. Scald quart of milk. Wet ud a teacnn of In dian meal and hree teaspoonfuls wheat flour in cold iffilk ; stir it into the boil ing milk. Then add a teacup sugar, teaspoon cinnamon and half teasnoon salt. Pour the batter into a two-quart uiau a u vi itii up wiin eoiu milk. Mix, and bake slowly four or five hours smm milk makes the best pudding, How to Remove Rust. Alady writes Irom Vermont to inform us that she accidentally discovered an easy way oi ivu,w,m(jiuBi irmuBieei, one pur number of badlv mated fnrti in tumbler of kerosene-nil. anil after inn them there some time found that the rust had become so much loosened mat ib luuueu on ream v. .v n a cairs that she has since then used this oil to ciean ner Knives and sewing-machine. CURE FOH CANCER, From the Philadelphia North American inventions are generally the result oi investigation ana study, while dis coveries are frequently made when an. other effect than the one obtained has been sought. An interesting confirms tion of the correctness of the latter re mark has oecnrred to Israel H. John son, of Ivo. 119 Market street, wh recommenced a'wpak solntion of ear. bolic acid as a trasRto correct t he stench of a lare and oftenSrve cancer. But the application almost icffnediately re moved not only the stone!?,'' but also the pain, and ultimately effected a cure of the disease. Since then this irVifiedy has been nsed with such satisfactory success in numerous cases of cancerorts complaints, that if friend Johnson had been disposed to keep the compO' siuon a secret ana sell a cancer lotion so many high testimonials of its effl cacy could have been produced as would have attracted public attention. But as sufferers from cancer or cancerous sores may, of themselves or under the ad vice of a physician, test the utility of the wash, its composition and mode of use are here given, namely: One-fourth of one ounce of carbolic acid in one quart of water, applied at least three timesperday. Friend Johnson recom mends sometimes the carbolic acid in tlm propunlon ort ouu-clKhtrr uf an Ounce to a quart of water, to be taken in doses of one tablespoonful three times a day. SIZE OF NAILS. "The following table will show any one at a glance tile lenstth ,of the va rious sizes and the number of nails in a pound. They are rated at "3 penny" no to "20 rjenny." The rst, column ai ves the number, the second tibfe length in inches, and the third the nuni'ber per pound : 3 penny..... 1 inch IMinch .l?inch 2 inch 2Uioch 2j2inch Jf;jinch A inch inch 4 inch 4 inch A inch 6 inch .... .7 inch ....557 4 penny. ' 5 penny 6 penny 7 penny. 8 peony. 10 penny. 12 penny. 20 penny Spikes Spikes Spikes Spikes ...j2 ...jm ....157 HI .....101 Sipiites.. From this tble an estimate of quan tity and suitable siz?8 for aDy job of work can oe easily hkiuu. '"VVhv. Sambo, how black you are! " said a gentleman the other day to a negro waiter at a notei. - now m m name of wonder did you get so black T" . " VVhv. look- here, massa. de reason am dis : de day dis chile was born dere was an eclipse." I A Christian bargain or sale is one in which there is neither Cheating for profit or lying for gainj a rMn-istian vard is thirtv-si inches- arid is not shortened by the handling OI lilt. nuLiv. A Christian pound weighs sixteen .ounces,and is at least evenly balanced. inches, and is filled brimful. A Christian ton is 2009 pounds, and is not roughly judged, Dut conscien tiously weighed. A little darkey was recently found sitting on the step of a fashionable house, crying pitilully. "Wnat's de matter wid vuu?" akeil a colored wo man. "Dar's matter 'iiufl'd rouble all ober de honse. Fadder am drunk mudder am gone home wid close Sis broke de lookinfE-glaaa wid de broom stick de baby sot her eves full ot kvan pepper, and little Ned Anthony put de mu--tard on bis hair lor goose-grease. I put salt lit mj tea for white sugar, and it made me sick. De dog licked iNed's iaee, and bis mouth full of mus tard. and lies under de bed a howlin'. De kitten got her head in de milk-not. and Icuther beadorl-tosavede pitcher and den I badMQ breafc depiicher to get . ne neau urn.; aou ue way i n get licked . when mother conies home for settingde oea aiire win oe sid. Washington Irving and Lewis Oav- lord Clark, while walking near Sleepy Hollow, werj overtaken by a storm. There was great thundering and lighten ing, and Mr. Irviug took refuge under tree, asking his companion: . "Why don't you com in here and be as comfortably housed as I am t" 'I darn't do it, my dear sir," replied Mr. Clarke. "I am afraid of lightning. My f .ther was once nearly killed by it while standing under a tree in a thunder-storm, and he always enjoined it upon his twin boys never to do the like." "Oh," said Irving thatulters the ease. If lightning Turut in your family,! com mend your caution." A subscriber requests the publication of the following : Quartet Singing. One of the best il lustrations though not Intended for that pnrpose of fashionable quartet and choir sinking, in what some people ', cutiouly call public worship, is given in the "Jiodge Club ; or Italy In 1859." Tho AmerioanSenatortravel'-nnln Aus trian Italy is am stfd lor sedulous ut terances, a spy hsvinir taken down pit of a conversation which the Sena tor held with a lady about poetry. The py' report was produced in the Police Court, nd was as follows : ' Ma ouillma tola .uda fte ensoce fre lnaa ds anslt anin asnlef a odd t af l fa laaiinna In lis." , , NT..t'.,d.y c iuld interpret It, or tell !lJ inp!uaKe It was in, anv more than ' " ''' S!!1 nce ca" tel in what lan ; ' -"ngnrs are "performing." , A t. 'Aiiortmefy, mid refresh f. and ODD FELLOW FItv nator declar. d t?,1 Plati's Jewniry. H&J,hy was : WiUlams Block. jmy,r-' , HEW ADVERTISEMEXTS; AEIT8.i2SSe Railroad opened. Seven davsfrom New YorktoSan Francisco, and a new Interest felt in the Great West. Tai Old West as it was th Hew West as It is are fully dwcribed in onr new edition of RICHIRUSOJ'H u Beyond the Hissisippi, " Written down to Summer of 18G9, with new Text new Maps, new Index, new Illustrations. SO Pci,ai(KsgrTlgi nd the hM aeemrate Map I" World. Don't attempt to sell other lwxk,old mat ter, rehashed aud copied, under new name. Sell the original, complete from 1SS1 to I860. Send for Circulars which will tell the whole story- Address R. W. BUSS A CO., Toledo, or NF.TTIRTON A Co., Cincin nati, Ohio. Aromatic Vegetable $ap. partite Delicate .'" """ Childrew. SOLD BY AM. mtl'lST8. amid Lock PA Messrs. Lippineott. Bukewell, PitUfxnrg, Pa. olraVWe have been uhiuk yo make ot Gaes.Haws in our Mill, and find ' poict of quality, superior to any " ever usM. BtAifimA'RJi C- "JAMESTOWN, Jf. Y. ble with your Sa-B";-ffiey don't need to be lined up wlin paper;' e wi. wrc;u VuAt.uc Mandril, and they go 3'tM alou?. . Temper perfectly un.T-irnr, ani qusiiiy unsurpassed. Respectfully, , LIPPISCOTT dc BAKKLt, Mnniifacturers of Circular. Mu'wV. Mill Qang and Cross-Cut Saws. Choppirte Axes, all shapes. Colburn's Patent Axe. Khavels, Spades, and Miles' Patent Covered scocy, TF von want a handsome present, address' 1 with-stamp, Rice JiAHtKi, box mo Boat ft5.1, Mass. .... $10 iWr" ay Guaranteed Agents to fWli' flo- Home Shuttle Sewing Machine. It iri!tes-tbeLock Stitch, alike on both sides, tfss- the under-feed, and Is equal in every respect t'o any Sewing Ma chine ever invented, Price 2 Warrant ed for Ave vears. Sorvd- for circular. Ad dress JOHSSOJf CLASK e Boston, Mass., Pittsburg, Fa, or tot- Jxo 9 A Day for all. N. Y. Address A. J.FlTtiA.MV BlnsketSHOT GlJiSwrr-d To shoot close and kill 0 yards. PrS .A o. V Biited. Army Guns and Revol vers. Send stamp for price list of Kifles, Mhot Oans, Revolvers, to JOHXSTOJi'S GUN WORKS, Pittsburgh, Pa. EMPLuVMEliT thatpayt. For particu lars address 8. E. Spknckr t'o., BriM tleboro, t. ASK Yor Doctor or Drwgglst 19W iWEET IMUHIKE-lt equals (bittes). Quinine. Is made only by F. STEARSe, Chemist, Detroit. CLOTIHXG. A CJLRD. THE Springr Summer Trade OF I860'.- To strive for wealth is eminently proper, and he it the ablest who can do it in the most honor able manner, with the least expenditure, com- p licatiin vexing troubles and wasting care. Tm f Business profitably and pleasantly, a MerchHrtt lla to ehme-ne three rules.- 1st. To buy the Right Goods I At RIslit Price t! And at tne Rint Time ! ! I 2d. To meet hi obligation punctually, "pay. lng prompt," pleads for the interest of that Merchant with the eloquence of a Dan. Webster. 3d. To cut down hi expense, "a a dollar I saved is a dollar earned," and it enable one to We speak in praise of those rules, for we have , tried them, and find them to be the only mean I to a uccessfta mercantile career. a uccessft& JT BEHOLD rir?VlVOTTS JL FItAlVK. Have on hand an immense stock of Spring & Summer CIOTUI1VG Oven for inspection by the public. We still hold to the principle that it is better for us and for our customers, .that we keep none but good and well made goods. We still adhere toojn system' QUICK SALES AND SMALL, PROFITS We wish it distinctly understood that our ric are low ,and that ue do I not intend any House in Delaware shall sell good and wet made Clothing less than Reynolds it Frank Common trash we do not pretend to keep Our stock of BOYS' CLOTHING Is unusually attractive, etyoj Also an endless vart- QeKts' Fmrnistolug C4s, Truki, Valla, Kte Hats ud Caiw rr Hnu' YatlM Cbllanai' Wea Latest style out promptly received. Our Merchant TailoringiDepartment complete. Garments made to order in first dash tyle on short notice. We have a large stock doth. Cassimeres, Tweeds, and Jean, whic we will sell by the yard at the cheapest price town. We respectfully ask a call from on and all to examine our goods' before purchasing else here, wb Cutting done to order." ' REYNOLDS A FRANK. NOTICES. NOTICE. THE Stockholder of the Delaware and County Line Turnpike Company are hereby notified that the second lnxt ali ment of 10 per cent, of the Capital Stock of said Company will be due and payable on the 17th day of August, A, D. 1869, to David Bevan, Treasurer of (aid Company, at th store of c. Hills A Co., in Delaware.. Ohio. J une 16, lssn. . . HENRY W. CHAMBERLAIN, " Secretary of the Company DRY GOODS. I.n.TlESE SALE OF i Dry Cioods, Carpets, &. J. H. Mendenhall Sc. C., Have on hand a splendid assortment t D II Y O O 1 S ! consisting in part of Silks, Poplins, Alpaccas, Merinos, Kmp s CToths, Shawls, Cloaklutpssr Cloths, Cassimeres, Blankets, Quilts, De- luimes, Ginghams, Prints and Muslins, Flan- 7" nels all kiudK, Cariets, OU Cloths, - Doe Skin Jeans, Pennsyl- - vania .Plaid Flannels, Dayton Carpet w"rp,Daj ton Cotton Yam, Shen- JnirK, Tickinrs, Checks, b tripes, Batts, Scc. At Very IiOW Prices. The Price of Cutting DEDUCTED FROM Cost or Cloak Patterns .J OUR CUSTOMEitS Can have Utelr garments cat in atyles of their own preference. J. II. Jlcndenhall & Co., oe23 g B. "W. Cor. Main A Wlnter'Hta i IOW IS YOUR CIXA1VC E. JEW Syrtasi and Summer CrOOdS ' Iteeoive am K-e,eetvlis ST CK COJIPLETE VWtTSIJALLt ATTRACTIVE! .-I!':'? All " ISie Hoveltie oi" the 5-'j-5-' Season. ; Kress Goods, Shawls, Fancy Colored Silk Black Silks. The UMrlvaleA BiUVmle Brand Black Sc Colored Alpacas, Beautiful shades, always on sale. White Goods, . . Laces, . Einens, Kid Gloves, Lisle Gloves, Hosiery,., Notion, HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS ,S - . . . - - , ; Carpets, Oil Clothe, R(i, Cmrtatno, - i . t -..".' - f .-: tk'-' . , AO., feet A.ot And all other articles usually kept in a , Flrst-Class Dry Goods Store. All of which will be sold at j The Very Lowest ? Price, GIVE Va A TRIAIi. j Vtrat Dry Osoda Store North of II y att's Corner, Delaware, Ohio. Respectfully," nLAXCnARDS Jb ADAMS. myas-tf DRUGS, MEDICINES, &.C. AYER'S S IRS APARILL A, FOR. PUBIFTIirG THE BLOOD. The reputation this excellent medicine enjovs, is derived from its cures, many of which are truly marvellous. Inveterate cases of Scrofulous disease, where the svs- temseemea saturated wiin corruption nave been purified and cured by it. Scrofulous affections ana disorders, which were aggra vated by tne scrofulous contamination un til they were painfully afflicting, have been radically cured in sucn great number in al most every section of the country, that the public scarcely need to lte lnlormed of its virtues or uses. ?crofulous noison Is one of the most de structive enemies of our race. Often this unseen ana unteit tenant of the organism undermines the constitution, and invites the attack of enfeebling and fatal diseases, without exciting a suspicion of its presence. Again, it seems to breed infection ibrouifh out the body, and then, on some favorable occasion, rapidly develop into one or other of Its hideous forms, either on the surface or among the vitals. In the lnttoi- tiux.,-. cles may be suddenly deposited in the lungs or heart, or tumors formed in the liver, or it shows its presence by eruptions on the skin, or foul ulcerations on some part of the body. Hence the occasional use of a bottle oi in is ha.ka-ji iciLLji is advisable, even w iieu no aci.i vesy m ptoms of dinease appear. Persons afflicted with the following com plaints ffenerallv find immedioi. 1 ; and at. length, cure, by the use of this 8AB- bai-akiIjA : at. Jlnthorxy t Fire, Jtwie or Arysipelas, Tetter, Salt Jiheum, Scald Head Ringworm, Sore Evts. Sore Eart. and other eruptions or visible forms of x.-?-,,.. - aisease. Also in tne more concealed forms as Dyspepsia, Iropsy, Heart Disease fU Epilepsy, Nevralgia, and the various Ulcerous affections of J he muscular and nervous sys tems. . Sjjvhili&OT Venereal and Mercureal Diseases are cured by it, though a long time is re quired for subduing these obstinate mala dies oy any medicine. But long continued use of this medicine will cure the com plaint Jjeueorrfujca or WTiites. Uterine Ulcere ation, and FemaJ Diseases, are commonly mod relieved crhd -ultimately cured by its puriiying ana invigorating enect. Minute Directions for each case are found in our Almanac, supplied gratis, liheurnaiistn and Umt, when caused by accumulations of ex traneous matters in the blood, yield quick ly to it, as also Urer Oomphainta, Torpidity, ijongesitotioT jnjiammauonvi tne Ltfer aud Jaundice, when arising, as they often do, irom vue ranKimg poisons in tne blood. lais SAMSAJ'AJilLIjA is a great restorer iur me Bireugiu ana vigor oi tne system. 1 hose who are Languid and Listless. Desuon- dent. Sleepless, and troubled with JVervous Apprefienstons or ears, or anv of the affec tions svmptomatic of Weainffss. will find Immediate relief and convincing evidence oi us restorative power upon trial, . Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYEB CO.," Low ell, Mass., Practical and Analytical Cnein- 1SL, . ? S. LYBRAND fc CO., Agents, Delaware, O., and for sale by all Druggists and Medicine dealers everywhere. Painters' iflaterials. A LIi kinds of Painters' Materials a. . soio. very cneap, at tne UPPER DRUG STORE. April 9, '09-tf No. a Williams Eiock. ' PAIISTS. FAHXESTOCK'S Strictly Pare Ld, Atlantic liead. Zinc, Rock Paint, and all colors, both dry and ground In oil, for sale by N.U.STARR. opposite American House. S. EYBRAIVD & CO. Successors to M. L. Starr.) The Upper Drug: Store IS THE PLACE TO GET Pure Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Dye-stiffs, Oils, Paints, Perfumery, Preparations for the Hair fc Teeth, Soap, Tooth Brushes, Brushes of all kinds. Patent Medi cines, and every article usually to be found in Drug Stores. Ihj sicians Prescriptions Compounded with special care, and can be relied on for purity of materials and accu racy of composition. M. L. STARR will have chai ee of the bu sinews for some months, as heretofore, and we intend to have an experienced Druggist in tne store at an times. Feb. 12, '69. S. LYBRAXD 4 CO, FRESH DRIGS T ECEIVEO (Terr week at the Cen XV tral Drug Store, opposite the American li. C. STARR, Druggist. OILS -n A W .nil Balled LITiscrrt oil, J XV Oil. Neat's-foot Oil, Fish Oil, Lubricat- . . , -, I ' , .1. 1 1.1 v. . , TM, TT. RTARR. Druedist. Opposite American House, Delaware, u. B it IT S H E S OJIBS, Pf.rfnmcry, Toilet Soaps anil V r ancy Articles, sola Dy N. TJ. ST AKR, Druggist. RYE STUFFS, : i- W ; r riF all kinds, and the liest quality, J kept constantly on nana at N. V. STARR'S DRUG STORE, Opposite the American House, Delaware, O. BRUSHES. TTHITB Wain, Faint, Shot, Hair, It ana ail Kincuor Busaessotaoneap oy IS. L BtlA U X tU.. April 9, '69-tf N o. Williams Block. . : .;. , PURE WIjTES TO Liquors, for Medicinal Uses, for XTl sale by JN. U. tsXAKK, umgist, . ,'. Opposite American House, Delaware An Ode to a Choice Cigar. Yes, social friend, I love thee well. In learned Doctors' spite; Thy clouds all other clouds dispel, And lap me in delight. ' All ye who love a choice cigar. Can buy one such of N. IT. STARR. PURE SPICES AND strictly Fnre Cream Tartar and Soda, sold at the CENTRAL DRUG STORE, Opposite American House. FAJCY GOODS. THB Largest Stock of faney tioodi in town, at the UPPER DRUG STORE, April 9, '69-tf No. 5 Williams Block. FOR AIVYTIIKYG TIT the line of Drneelsts. call t the JL Drug Store of N. U. STA RR, Opposite American House July 10, '68. Delaware, oliio. IXSURAXCE. THE B4V1TABLE Life Assurance Society, No, 99 Broadway, New Yorlc. 8. IvUOA AVIA, General Ag't., . DELAWARE, OHIO. Thk KatiiTABiiK Lips Asscbanck Society Stands in the foremost rank. Its Assets amount to : " : Its Annual Receipts amount to S7,000,(IOO i,aou,ooo DIVIDENDS are made on the Contri. button plan. Call at the office of the General Agent aud secure statements ex plaining the oasis of system. , 2&JIlALt ACUTS, OFFICE: !Vo. lO Sandusky Street, Dela ware, Ohio. ;Beptili,lMr tine 'of Children Shoes at WALDO'S NEW SXOltK, on Winter St SEWIXG 3IACIIIXES. THE SIXGER ,'; rnHB 8increr Maniifacturlne Co- 1 Sfew Family HuMu- ' Other family Sewing Machine has so rapidly won favor in tbe household. The very large salesof that popular machine, as shown by official returns, far exceed those of any oth er company, and this tact or result has been owing to its real merits - hence its great and Browing popularity. It In simple in con struciion, easily understood. ensiiy operated all its parts gliding smnotiiiy ana noi-- lessiy along not lianie to get iui in uruer, has capacity for a great range and VMriety Of work, newinir all kinds of cloth and with all kinds of thread, and with the numerous aiiacnments lor nemmmg, coraing, iuck- V1'?, Quilting, trimming, binding, braidine, (V (' Rll.l AmV.wiHu.. .... .. i - . n i. i . . . r.-. ,1 i . . 1 1 tasteful and difRnlt. .lesierns 1r lhn movt perfect Of all famllv sewincr maciiinea Anv One Who Will I U t tmithla l.i araminp inemenm or thedlfferent machines claim ing attention, can soon discover whether we claim too much tnronra. It would avail nothing to make the above assertions If we were not ready to prove them, and all we ak is a tri!. for ob-ervHtin alone can justly convey a clear impression of the many kinds oi work oi wnicu our ntw family machine is capable. THE FOLDISG CASES, Which onen with snaclons tables to sustain tbe work, and which fold into tables or boxes tojrotect tne macmnes, wnen not ue, trom uust ana meoniesonie ntiKers are mHde from choice woods, embellished by pleasing designs, thus making our new fam ily machine not only an ornamental niece of furuiiure, butlo some of the more elan- oraiely nnishea machines, a work of real art. THE ATTACHMENTS Of our new family machine, above reierred to, are not only numerous, but highly useful tor tne purposes ior wnicn mey were in tended. They need only a trial to show their great value. Among the mobt recent of the attachments is tne MBUOIDEREB. Of the different attachments of our new family machine whicti nave secured the at tention and approval of our customer. that lor embroidering, like the ueinmer, la one of the few instruments which will most please and satisfy ihe ob-erver of its real value. It Is o i-imple in structure, that any one wno can sew on our macuine enn u.-e it and without instruction. It may be atiach ed toor deiactied fiom tne mactium in an instant, without- a lengihy description. iiiii c i. u tiucu, ii wnuiu iiixuuuii. to de scribe th- great variety of work that this litue instrument will n. ine reader must not suppose that what we sneak of is a mere chain si itch operHtiou, which is sometimes fiuinomusiy lermea emoroiaery. it de sired, i h ree colors of any kind of ihreaii may be u-u at any one time, and the colors or thread may De changed at the will of the operator, by removing itie spools in ne and putting otners in tneir stead ; thu- as many or as few colors may be used as the operator A great variety of results are pruuucetl n ine manner in wnicn tne tensions are regu lated. Different results may be nroduced wnue ine luacuiiiH isiu moi ion ov simblv cuuugiDg tne ie7Wi07ts. nesuiis vary accord ing to the length of utitehes, kinds, colors and tensions ot the threads, as wt-ll as i-izes oi me needles used. The Knibroiderer will use anv kind Of thread. The use of zenhvr worsted for certain purposes gives very pleasing result s. Inordertoget a just idea o' mis vaiuaoie attachment it will be ne cessary to see it lu operation. MANCFACTTJRITSTO MACHIN EH. We would ask attention to our new Button-hole Machine, which istheonlv nraeftcafButton- noie Mactune claiming puoiio attention Our manufnctunng machine-, forother pur poses, are too wen Known to need com ment. MACHINE TWTPT. We have recentlv enlarged our Silk Mills In Newark, N. J., and furnished ihem with the latest and mostimproved machinery, which is beinar operoieu Dy nigniy skilled labor, w e Know ana ieei tne lmoortance of not onlv sun- plying the users of our machines, but the trade generally with tbe he-t qualify of machine xwiST.wbich wesellby measuee rather than bv WEIRTIT. The Rvstem of selling by weight has given manufacturers the opportunity of so heavily weighting silk in the process of dyeing as not onlv to greatly injure its quality, out also convey a wrong impression about Its quantity, in this respect we mean to be above suspicion 1 he manner in wbich.tlie sizes of silk are graduated is also a matter of great Import ance, out we use ine trreaiest possible care ibat.the graduation slmll be exceeoiiiKly ac curate. In addition to nmuuf'acturina from ihe best quality ot raw biik, tne evenness ot thread aud rwautv of nuisti of the manu factured article wlimot, we think, be soon surpassed. Laeb spuoi f Mia manufaciur ed hv us. of anv particular size or letter, ir. respective oi wetgnt, wunuuu me numoer of yards printed thereon. Length, t-treiigth, size, quality and finish of the thread are to De looKetl to ramer iijun wei)(iiii we are now silft manufacturers on a large scale n ni feel thai, a laiee trade ian onlv be re tained by us in furnishinsr asupeiiorarticle at a fair price. If oi ner brands of Twist be offered at less price than ours, purchasers may rest assurea mat it is tntei lor in quail- LJ-, aencient in quantity, or ootn. we have and shall keeD In stock at our Central Office, and various aaencles, Twist of all nzett and f ttte - various colors and shades of color in use, and which will be sold at Hew I ork prices. Tbe Singer Manufacturing Co. No. 45 8 Broadway, New York- ClKCINNATI Ol-FICE, " 61 WEST POIJKTH STREET. apr 23 '69 tf - . A CARD. CO prove tlie statement made by me L recently in the local columns of this paper, that I had sold and could sell the Singer Machine, and that I am the Agent or all first class Sewinc Machines, a'l 1 ask s that the citizsns of Delaware and viciui y call at the office over Brown's Shoe Store. where they can see the different machines an togetner, ana we can snow tne ainer- ence Between them. AGESTT FOB Wheeler & Wilson, Florence, iloire, singer, ALL FIRST CLASS MACHINES. Repairing promptly done. Machines ta ken in exchange when desired. We can furnish recommendations for the Wheeler A Wilson Machine where it has been run 11 , years, and in constant use, in the town of Delaware. All who have used different ma chines find the Wheeler & Wilson to be vastly superior for doing the greatest varie ty of work, simplicity of construction and durability. Kotice articles hiken from the Scien tific American in the Local otice Column. Get a Wheeler lb "Wilson Sewing: 9Ia cblne as a present for your lady. I have the manufacturing Howe Machine forS75, a Family Howe for &5, and a Singer Family for 855. Also, Thread, Silk, Oil, and Needles, for all machines. We have on hand also the-Wheeler & Wilson Improved. Dec. 18. '(W-tl W. H. SMITH. Agent. ;Rrfi:sni;s. NEW FIRJI ! HENRY Itohinson A. Nelson W. Cone, having formed a enpartuership for the purpose of carrying on the Grocery Busi ness, have opened out at the late stand ot M. Jackson, in the Evaus' Block, an entire new stock of Choice Family Groceries AND 1 R O V I S I O W S , To which the attention of the citizens of Delaware Is invited. OUR STOCK Consists of everything usually found iu a First Class Grocery, and we are bound to sell As Cheap as the Cheapest ! TERMS, : : CASH. Goods purchased ofus will be delivered Within any partot the Corporation limns. We respectfully solicit a share of the pat ron ige of the public, ai-r23 lid lm. ROBINSON & CONE GALLERER Sc. FIERSOHf i . i Dealers In . Groceries and Provisions OF ALL KIXDS; , Fruit, Auts, Candies, &.C., &c, SANDUSKY sTBEET,. Second door north of J. Hyatt t Co.' Store, Puy the highest market price for Country produce of all Kind. WE will he pleased to see all old customers, and as many new as may favor us with their putroiuige. deuu? 07 t o o our ones DUMO.tl), Ruby, Gai-net and Agate Rings, new styles. Just receiv. d at No. a Williams Hlock. LADIES' Watohes new stock very pretty styles and very cheap. Just re ceived at the JewulryUre.or C.PI.ATT, Williams Block. CtOTIIIG' CLOTHIN G ! CIiOTHIiVCr ! CtOTHIG! Cheap ! Cheaper ! Cheapest!! AT THE CHEAP SIDE O. K. CLOTIII EIIPOllIU 'M 1 SAMUEL STERN ltlr Mock ef Sew Kootls, SPRI S C .1 IS St S U M M ER, 4( fiieat I?;iip;iins. If you want Goods, new and fresh, cheap er than you can buy old stock elsewhere, nen call at tne CHEAP SIDE. If you want old stock at War Prices, then go somewhere else, as Samuel stem does not Keep inat kind. We siuv Samuel's advertisement : v e Called at, Snmnel'H Criemn sn . We examined Samuel's styles and 'prices : We ftnw Samuel Dulling v.il. , . ' -,Vr iiii;o Ul guuua , " J ui iiti.-uru on guuua OI oamuel ; We paid (Samuel ; We are hannv - Go thou and do likewise, for Sam net re ceives H'ew Cioods Every Week, and as he buys them all for Cash, he will . sell oeia Cheaper than any- otlier Honse. See Prices. Coats from HI 00 to SIS 00 Pants from 75 to 8 00 Vests from 50 to 3 50 Suits from 4 00 to 24 00 Hats from 20 to 4 00 Caps from 10 to 1 50 Neck-Ties from......... 8 to Collars, per box, from 9 to 30 Every thing Else In Proportion. Don't fail to call for any thing in the lin of Clothing, Hats, Caps, Trunk s, Volise Gents' Furnishing Goods, Ac, at SAM'L STERX'S CHEAP SIDE O. K., inyll 99 Main St.. Del a. n an, O HOOP-SKIRTS & CORSETS. WAn . ' ..4 .. . .... w IIoolni Motions and l ancy oooas. J. ery other style of Plain and Fane-r'lm- portea ana American corsets alwavs on hand. Also, the Patent Self-Fastening .isuNivs wr sale. .. . Any style or shape of Hoop-Skirt made to order, on snurt notice, ana at tne lowest New York prices. All work warranted, Give us a call. MRS. R. A. KELLY. 36 Sandusky street, opposite Court House, ueiaware, jiuo my-iy 3IILL1.EHY. LADIES, ATTEiT!Oi li A R ti E and S I E E IV D I D I STOCK of M1LLIAERY I WOULD respectfully announce to the citizens ol Delaware and vicinity, that I have on hand at all times a choice and well selected stock of ifHLLOERY and i'AXCY GOODS! The latest styles of BONNETS and HATS, . . , RIBBONS, PLUMES, ORNAMENTS, nod STRAW TRIM MINOS. BONNET & HAT FRAMES, VEILS, LACES and EMBROIDERY. HANDKERCHIEFS, COLLARS and CUFFS, STAMPED APRONS. CORSETS. HOOP-SKIRTS, HOSIERY, &c. I have also added to my MILLINERY, a fine stock of R Y G O O R S ! Which will he to vour Interest to examine before purchasing. - Call and see. fzr lam prepared at all times to atteitd promptly to all orders of Millinery. DON'T FORGET MY LOCATION A few doors north of Kvans lilock. 21. C. WESSEtL, No. 8 South Main Street, Delaware, O Jluy 2 t oil . VAKXISII WOIlIiS. 1IIY TI1K BEST ANIl BKCITRB T1IK CHEAPEST! No. 1 Conch, .00 No. 1 r'tiriiilurc,., 8,.-'0 Kxtra Klowlng,... 4,73 House fululul'N,.. 4 75 lHintirr 4,.'tii liy the lihl. 40V ft off. b liltl, or iiioru 60 V ct. oft lir cjtsh. ISAAC HAM SKY, Proprietor WW'-- J, tm . A 5li S38 x A ( sir" 1V' r WOBKS, . l) BOOKS, &C HEW BOOK STORE! XETV BOOKS XOTT OPCXIXG AT GRATES & CO.'S OLD STAIVD, 4 BlaiK Street, DEL AW ARK,.. jlijl b i: i sii aivi ivew; lo Stale SI ocK to Show You COltl-RlSING IN PART HISTORIES, BIOGRAPHIES, TRAVELS, ADVENTURES STORY BOOKS for girb &, boys. A B n BOOKS, PAPER DOLLS SCHOOL. BOOKS, (Wholesale and Retail.) Geographies, Arithmetics, Grammars, Readers, Spellers SLATES, PENS, PENCILS, &c. BIRLES, TESTAMENTS, (Large and Small.) HYMN BOOKS, (All sizes Fine and Plain.) PRAYER BOOKS, MUSIC BOOKS, (All kinds that are used in these parts . BLANK BOOKS, MEMORANDUMS, PASTE BOARDS, CARD BOARDS, FANCY PAPER, WINDOW SHADES, WALL PAPER? An. . Entire Yew Stock ! BEAUTIFUL PATTEBSS! TO BE SOLD AX LOWEST PRICES At the NEW BOOK STORE. Fine Initial Writing Paper and Envelopes. A COMPLETE STOCK OF PAPEIt AM EXVELOPES, (At Wholesale and Retail.) We are also closing off the stock of Graves a ijo., ar great oargains. janiby tt w. n.. iiurx a DRY GOODS. An1 Illstorj will Repeat Itsel THE! foreboding: of disaster that now fills the mercantile mind, are buy ihe surface Indications oi tne coming; oi that terrible day of reckoningrwhen every high-priced merchant shall realize his fatal error or clinging to his old stock, and to the old war nrices. instead of selling his worth less stun for wnat it wouia onng, ana ccarc ine anew with fresh merchandise. The ma jority of goods are cheaper this spring in specie man in oia specie uniw ; uitu me reason it Is so terribly null wiih most Arms is, that the people are sineling out the live ly cash houses, such as 8. P. 4 J. J.SHUR ana tne nite, ana are patronizing mem al most exclusively. Prices Down A i n at Shur's Splendid Calicoes 10c. regular price 12U Very best Calicoes l'4 " " 15 18 r ine niusnn... iu . . la Splendid Muslin, yard wide 11 ' " H Extra Bleached, yard wide 12"' " " 16 Cottonades 3OW40 - - " " 3OS60 All-wool Cassimeres iwasl " il.lofa l.w White Piaues 23 " " 40(S0 Splendid Dress Goods la Stripes, Checks, f igurea ana nam cents. Also, from Auction, immense lots of Cas simeres, r lnnnels, hhawls, Hosiery, fara sols. Ladies' Hats, Flowers, Corsets, Hoop- i tekirts, Ac. at nearly nan price. we nave a oi7 vile oi taaies . ijenis ana Misses' Lisle Thread Gloves, which we bought at less than half the cost to manu facture them. We propose to divide with our customers, keeping the lion's share. We sell the best Kid Gloves in the West at S1.00. Try the Glove, as we claim there is none better at the price. un uress uoous you can save irom iu to cents a yard. On other kinds of Goods you can save an MiViiil proportion. People livirjjr in Marysville, Columbus. Mt. Vernon. Cardincton. Gilead. Marion. and surrounding country, can save money oy ouying tneir uooas ot us. o. r. J. J, SllUK. N. B. Look out for our Price List. Call and get one. Free to all, or sent free to any direction desired. S. P. & J. J. S. FOR THE HAIR. MISS R. HEADERSOif Wishes to In form the ladles of De la ware and vicinity, that she has opened rooms for the purpose of dressing la dies hair. Cut tv, '' ting halr.sham- Doon nu. uurl, ing. Crimping, i&c. She also Manufactures Wles, Toupees, Curls. Frin- zes, and Braids. She will nil all orders promptly, and on the niot reasonable terms. Rooms on the North-east corner of inter and Onion streets. jels-3m AYER'S HAIR TIG OR! For Restoring Gray Hair to Its IVatural Vitality and Color. A dressing which is at once agreeable, healthy, and effectual for preserv ing the hair.' Faded or gray hair is soon restored to its original color, with the gloss and freshness of youth. Thin hair is t hick ened, falling hair checked, and baldness oft en, though not always, enred by Its nse Nothing can restore the balr where the fol licles are destroyed, or the glands atrophied and decayed. But such as remain can be saved for usefulness by this application. In stead of fouling the hatr with a pasty sedi ments, it will keep it clean and vigorous. Its occasional use will prevent the hair from turning gray or falling off.and consequently prevent baldness. Free from those delete rious substances which make some prepar ations dangerous and injurious to tbe hair, the Visor can only benefit but not harm It. If wanted merely for a HAIR DRESSING, nothing else can be found bo desirable. Con aitilng nelth er oil nor dye. It does not soil white cambric, and yet lasts lung on the hair, giving tt a rich glossy lustre and grate ful perfume. ; Prepared lij' J. C. Ayer &, Co., Pi-uctical and Analytical Chemists, LOWELL, Mass. PRICK, 91.00 S. LYBRAND CO., Agents, Delaware, and for sale by all druggists and medicine dealers everywhere. febl2'08-ly R. O V. FIRST PREMIUM Or n Hllvrr Medal WAl A W A 11 DE 11 TO -.A BARRETT'S HAIR RESTORATIVE Q Uv tlui N. II, RUt At;rtc,i.tur Sorlrt, v( IU I air, holdvn In IuahUB, Sept. XU, jmuu HARUETT'S Vegetable Hair Restorative Hi-nttWTK (Jmjp Hair to Iti Nutiirml Color pro-inol-a Hie r-otli of tlie llalrt rlinst- th a ii lo inrir oriiriniii iirfmue action fin more i nrvrrnts ft Hulr OiHinii out t lit uirrior prrpiim. f& Jb ami the nm-t )... nUr nti reli- a. f Wi, Konb, IB U J. R. BARRETT & CO., Proprl.tora, MANCIHrSTFR. N. H. ITAL10'8 New Shoe Sloi a. on Win. ter street, la the cheapest felloe store In Delaware. . jolo DRY GOODS. II A HO TIMES ARE ITIOy ITS J UlOKfEY SCARCE The laboring man or women who works hard for their money should go to J. UTATT & CO'S for their . DRV CiOODS, GROCERIES, Roots and Shoes, &.C. Received this day, beautiful new styren IT1ER1MACK CALICOES . - . . i ; . -At One Shilling per lard. Rest Wool Relainea 18 Cents per Yard. lor Full Stock Dress Goods dirt cheap. I-arge assortment of Men's and Boys' Wear VERY LOW. Rest Coflren only SJ.5 Cts. ROOTS AT SROES. Mr. JOSEPH COX (for many years with J. & I. Day) will superintend this depart ment. We are selling the best every-day Custom-made Boot in Delaware Co...5 00 Beat French Kip Best French Calf. T Call and see our Boots tsd Shoes. Boys' Boots In proportion. All we ask Is for you to see how you can buy No. 1 honest work for same prices yon have been paying for Eastern cheap stuff. We are the Agents In Delaware for the sale of E. BTJTTERICK A, CO'S CELEBRATED PATTERS 8 Of Garments for Ladies, Misses, Boys, and Children of both sexes. Coll and Get a Cataloyme. WOOL. We keep Factory Jeans, Flanuels, Blank ets, Yarns, Ac, to be exchanged for Word. Yours, Ac, ' ' ' 4. HYATT & CO. WO O L I 1 will be ready to receive at my Ware house, at the Depot, sign of the Gilt Buck, by the 1st of June. Owing to the demoral ized condition of the Dry Goods trade, Wool will not, lu my opinion, bring more than last year's prices. I am in shape to buy largely, and will pay the highest prices, as buy direct for manufacturers. my21. . J.HYATT. J . S. COX, DF. ILK It IK CHOCKEH1 Glassware, Table Cutlery and Plated Spoons, Forks, Castors and Cake Baskets, and Nickle Silver Spoons that will last for twenty-five years. American Block, Delaware Ohio. my2S-tf GROCERIES. CHANCE 13f MODE OF ROLAC. Rt'SIIVESS. take this Bwlhnl of Informing Y the Public that from and after the 20 tli Day of April, ensuing-. We Willi sell groceries, and all other articles which we keep forsale, for CASH, ASD CASH OXLT. The profits on Groceries are small, and do not warrant long credits. It is our inten tion to sell at Smaller Profits than ever before, and persons will find on examining our prices that they are lower than the same goods have ever been Offered In this Town, Persons knowing themselves indebted to the firm will call and settle. Accounts open after the 1st day of May, will be placed in tne nanus oi au uinwi xur couwuuii. DOaTAVIW & POTWIS. April 9, ee-v. POWERS X3 numerous customers ana the putillcthat their mostsanguineexpectailons have been more mas reauzea, sua uiey, accoruiogiy have expended a considerable amount in Siting up and adding to their room, and are now prepareu to oner Greater Indiueinrnln Than ever before. New arrivals, weekly, of CHOICE GROCERIES, Fresh Fruits, JVutn, Willow Ware, Tub, I'allH, Churnt, Fish, IIacoo,Laril, Salt, And, in fact, every thing usually kept In a Flrst-Clase tiroeerjr ad Panvlilta Store. A new arrival of those CHOICE TEAS, That are so highly prized by all lovers of the beverage. Also, a fresh lot of TEAS VX PACKAGES, FROM TH K OR WAT United States Tea Co. All of tlie above Goods Sold at Prtees to Defjr Competition. Goods delivered to all parta of tho City Fhki or Charge and at short notice. Cash paid for Iluiter, taws. Lard, Iiaes. and all kluds of Produce, ltemeiuber the place, , OAK HILL, OPPOSITE TEMPI. All UiLL, Room formerly occupied by the late Mr I'O.converse, ., . . . .. , . joi ADVCKTliilXC KATES. ' THE Delaware Gazette Iim m lafrxr Circulation than any ot ler paper in the om vxincresxional HistrK't, wmch fiirnrn it a vaiuabieadvertiBiiie meil vim. The fntfmty ing. schedule of price wM b.ruMy adhered to.- K5?2t5 " !oco 5 5 5:.-.-. 0iC3 W m V . . . toss , 2 3 E i 1 c 3 ; . : s oen.UHMM I t m 5?'?SS2??'3 I a 3 S ' ? ? V 3' ? ? g r v y - y v- . 3S5 8-ldioitaM oi ' ? ? ? ? y T r T V 8 gggs? 'P 5r tr ! 9 i Z. i - vj i m m a c-. Era . o o a - 3 c la 5. Divorce. AdmtvUtriu Kicevtor'i Notice. iout te Dld for lieiore iiiserllor , asiHMO ail l or. 1 rn and Tramslent Ailvert ltn . None but solid meuile out luourted. TIME CA11US. C. C. C. at I. RAILWAY. TBAJNS OOIKll KORTH : Cincinnati Express J1:S7 a. M Mall and express - l p. M Night Express 3 it) a. m No. 1 Freight 6. X) a. m Columbus Train (Arrives) S:2Cp. m TRAINS GOISQ SOUTH: Cincinnati Express UM A. M Accommouation o:fi r. m. Nittht Express l'.:41 p. M No. 1 Freight........ . fi:io P. M. Columbus Train (Leaves) 6 15 A. M. Notice. On and after June 20, , and nntil further notice, the night ex press north will run on Saturday n ght Instead of (Sun day night leaving Col imbus 81 1:55 a. m. and arriving In Delaware at 2:1 a. in. BFRISGFIELD BRAJIt'II. " Tveave. A rrive. Aocom'n and Freight 6:-5 A. M. 4-.") p. it. Passenger Train 3:35 P. M. 8:io A. M. A. IIcILVAIN, Agent. fVIIOI.ESAL.12 GROCER. V. T. HILLS, WHOLESALE CiHOCr.il, No. 4 Willi ins Block, DELAWARK, OHIO. WILL constantly keep a rood atnk of Staple Groceries which will be so id at wholesale only, at prices as low nsthe market- July 14 'tn-U DENTISTS. F. Emmoss. J. M. Roph. . .?. IV TP 1 K T I! Y ! -mM m - . .m r - D1 BI.GJINOXSS BOPP rn.tttfnlly offer their servlc; to the 1)UI.11ch tlie Huccessnrs to Dunn A Emmons, at the rid estanllnhed office In IJelaware, as I'rartirai Dentists and manulicturers ot rnrci iftin. Kubbor, and all kliidf work usually worn. Our unrivalled Forct-liiln Pint", with teeih and gums so closely reenihlmg nsture hs to aereive ine ootjunges, naviutt iwn in tins coromunliy ior iwetve vearv, -w im increasing popularity we conflilwmly rec ommend as being unequalled In testy, Cleaulinens, tluraljlll .y, perfect in fit and ail desirable qualities. PartlcQIsr i u;'' n paid to Filling, Itegulatlnc nnd ( Hin''" the natural Teeth. tMMONS ) i: DRY GOODS. IIAK.ER, STITRGHO i CO.. Have Just opened opene-i out a htrire hii attractive stock of s p r I A' ti ' a o oi) s : athe very bottom priues. 25 per cent, more of Goods for the same amount of tiiony than at any time since the war. Our stock oonsiiitt;of a general asMirtmeut Dry fiioixN, Aofion, Ha Is & C;i Carpels, Win don- nnnslno. Ar. r. DAKER, STFREO. Ai. CO., Also wish to say to the ladles of T? la ware County that they t ave been appointed Sole Agents in Delaware for the sale of The "Health Corset.' o Th ese Corsets, beiides being the iurt 1 lonable and perfeft fitting, have au aitach- ment by which the entire weight of the clothing Issuspen led from the should -rn, Oreat Variety of ! !, i,t t rr.- to nit all. Ala ays on hand an assortment of the J"p- tlarris Seaniles Kit, C-iSove BAKEIh KTUR(.r.GN 4tL mar 18 r g era a it a 4 S gflaS 3 H ST E3 8 EoS & Attaelkmeutt tor's and it f 4 V S' '