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i i 1 , t I t i I . i - :, r - i IS n r w . tl 1:1 it i 1 i w I'. 11! .,1 fck the voise WLES. THIS SEW 'LATE. From Hearth and Horae.j See mv slate! I dot It new, Cos 1 broke the other. Put my little foot ricrht froo, liuuniu' after mother. ' ' tan make yon lots o' pings, Fass as you u. n tell 'em, - T's and B's and bia O riii(js,. Only 1 tan't spell 'em. '" I tan make k funny pig - : Wid a turly tail-y, 'Ittle eyes, and snout so big, Fokin' in a pail-y. I tan make n elephant, Wid his trunk a haimiii t ' An' a boy who says I tan't T Wid his dan a.bangin'. "1 ( An' the smoke a tummin' out . rt i Wld my 'umhT uo it, . Rubbin' all the white about , feparks a-Uyin' froo if I tan make a pretty house I 1 Wid a tree, behind it, r t : s n tie louey-niouse it i i Kunnin' round to find it. I tan put my hand out flat ' . On the slate, and draw it, ITieklin' is the worst of that) : , Did you ever saw it? . r 1 taa draw m rannin' tout . Mamma's 'ittle posset, (Plate's so dusty rubbin out, Deas oo'U better wass it). ,!, i i sNow, then, s'U I make a tree Wid a birdie in it? All my picsurs you s'all Bee If you'll wait a minute. Xo, I dess I'll make a man . ,i . . Juss like Uncle Roily ; gee it tummin' fass's It tan f " Bet my slate is Jolly ! SAPOLEOS 1. From the Riverside Magazine. "Once on a time, that is, not quite a hundred years ago, there was a young princess, whose mother was a great empress. Tiis young princess, with bright brown hair, had several broth ers and sisters. Their father was dead, bnt they thought their 'imperial mam ma' the most beautiful and the state liest lady that had ever lived ; and they loved her, and were proud of be ing her children, though they were j Yrintmucli afraid of her, , l'tiey Jived in splendid palaces, had many noble ladies, and gentlemen, and pages to wait on them, hundreds of servants ! I amt troopsj gnardSj aJwaySjbout them. - . "When this ycfung princesa with bright brown hair was fourteen years ld,abaly-by was borrt in an island far away from where she lived, who came into a diflerent kind of world, lie, too, had several brothers and sis ters ; but his people were not at all !, 'rich, and they had Bot.ua- idea how they should ever manage to get the bovs started in the world, and the girls , j, respectably married. Their island was in the Mediterranean Sea; but, as there were no steamors then, it tseemed al most as far from the places where peo ple could make money or reputation, .' Sa9Kew Zealand does noj Do the law yer and his wife, who were prouj peo ple, and not at all willing their boys should be tradesmen, had many dis cussions . ftud . many, ..anxieties aoout what was to be done with them. "The young princess with bright brown ha"ir married, and was a queen ; . she had children.' and happy times : " "then she lost twoiof her children, and had verv sad times. "The hoy ou tlie island grew up, and went to school, and was sent away from homsta learn his 'profession. "The queen with bright brown hair grew more . and more unhappy, her beautiful hair turned gray with grief, f and she thought her heart would break. In the midst of her troubles, she had .. news from the old home where she had ' been a child, that iicr brother who was enipereor (tor thoar, "imperial mamma' was dead) had a Ht'We granddaughter . born to i im : a little princess who "; would grow tip ln'theold palnee where she herself had grown up, and be sent away to Bome etranga place, to marry f as she had been. Would she be happy at first like her, and then more miser able than any woman ever was Detore, as she thought herself? The queen, whose bright brown hair turned gray before she grew old, was cruelly put "' to death when the baby princess was just learning to talk, and when the, youutf island boy wrss a handsome" young officer, poor and clever, with his wav still to make in this world.' Elev- i ... ew-yoaro a f to w aju a, Xlxo -poor. jj ueerr's only remaining child was an exile, the handsome offieer'was emperor of the. land where the queen had once reigned with her husband : and the little prin-eess-in the queen's old home heard such wonderful stories of the new em peror's deeds ot daring,. tiu4 of his marvelous power,1 hat it fceenied: as if he had magical gifts, Aladdin's lamp, or Foi-tunattts's'ptirfceJ and she could not tell whether he was a hero or a t! monster.' He made every one of his brothers a king, one of his sisters a queen, another a princess, and the third a countess. "The poor queen who was so cruelly ' tr deathiArmldikavfc -Hfcotight it nuite imnossible that her brother's o-rMndrbinn-hter. whose ancesters had been emperors apd empresses for hun dreds of years; could ever marry the . .'so of a poor lawyer ttnd 16e poor lawyer's wife would have laughed if anv one had told her, when her chil dTenlwrvrtttngv'i1i"t onrfiof-hcr sons would be an emi eror, aim an Mie otn ers kinsrs. But so it was. '-The lawyer s son was nn emperor, and the emperor's grni!dd".r;bter mar ried the lawyer's sou. .she married him before she was nineteen, and for four years she was :iu cmptwei ; but af- ' ' tvr that the fairy scene vanished; the new emperor was sent to a very dreary isiauil, laar; atvr.y g irpoi ,lhe island where he was torn, and the empress with her little boy went back to her , .- , old home. Sow who were theso peo ple?" "Marie Antoinette was the first." ""And the boy on the island was. Na poleon Bonaparte," said Rob. "Marie Louise was the lastv" said Annie Fisher. "And now I 'must thank you, and, say good-night, dear jytrs: Jiewis; ior my 'imperial mamma' has come lor me in the carriage, so Joseph said just now." :n iKi )(m A MOVING SEHMOX. We have the subjoined discourse, de livered by a Southern divine, who had removed to a new field of labor. To his new flock, on the first day of his ministration, ne gave some remm s cences of his former charge, as follows: "My beloved brethering, before I take my text, I must tell you about my parting with my old congregation. On the morning of last Sabbath I went into the meeting-house to preach my farewell discourse. Just in front of me sot the old fathers and mothers in Israel; the tears coursed down their n - furrowed cheeks; their tottering forms and quivering lips breathed out a sad fare ye well, Mrolhcr Watcins ah ! Be- .jjshind them; jsyf -the -middlA-aged men and matrons ; health and vigor beamed from every countenance ; and as they looked up I could see in their dreamy eyes; fare ye JtcP, Brother Watkins ah! Behind them sot the boys and girls that I had baptized and gathered into the Sabbath-schooL. Many times had they been, ,rudQ apd boisterous, but now their jiierrj ' langh was hushed, and in the silence I could hear fare ye well. Brother Wotkinxah ! Around, on the back seats, and in the aisles, stood and sot tho colored brethering, :i ith!their M tuck, t face nd f honest hearts, andus I looked upon them I could see a fare ye well. Brother Wat icin.tah! When I had finished my .. discourse and shaken hands with the ' brethering nb ! I passed out to take a last look at the old church ah! The broken steps, the Hopping blinds, and moss covered roof, suggested only fare ye well. Brother Watkins ah! I mounted my old gray mare, with my earthly possessions in my saddlo-bags, ami as I jassed dn.wu the street the servant giris stood In the doors, and with their brooms waved me a fare ye - wM; Brother Watitinn-Wiit ! Asi passed out of the village the low, wind blew S'.iftly through the waving branches of I IS?10 tr.CC8i "nd iuoane1-r-r uc well, fi, other Watkins rtli f rr cable down to the creek, and as tho old mare stopped to drink I could hear the water rip pling over tho pebbles a fare ye toetf Brother Watkins-r-ah ! And even the little fishes, as their bright fins glist- I'lyd.irk Uicaunl?ht; f thought, eath- ' fiM-around to sV'aS fiosf they could litre ye well, Brother Watkins ah! I w';.s slowly passing up the hill, medita ting upon the sad vicissitudes and mu tations of life, when suddenly out bounded a big hog from a fence corner, withaboo! aboo! and I came to the " ground with my saddle-bags by niv side. As I lay in the deist of the road my old gray mare run up the hill, and as she turned tho the w-tvedhcr tailback nt me, seemingly to fay fare ye well Brother Watkins ah! I tell you, my brethering, it is affecting times to part w ith a congregation you liavebeen with " " 'for thirty years all! ' Editok'sDra'w BB, in Harper's Magatiih'Jor XbVeinber. TAXES FOR 1869. , JVotice to the Tax-Payers of Delaware County. In nursusnee ..f law. I, W alteb T. Watson, Treasurer of said county, do heteby notify the Ux-payors thereof, that the rate of taxation for the year 1869 is correctly etated in the !' lowing table, showinj? the ra.Mt levie 1. in mills, on each dollar of Uxble property; m each of the incorporated lowns ana I Township in said cottony: ! STATE L ToW.NsHIPs 7 7t Towns. Bei kshire Galena Spec'l DN't 7-10 1 il 3-1 U I ! do ! j do : fills; : . ftf ' do j do o r do j do do j do ! do j do -do . io ; do do do do dii" iio i do do do j do j do do do ! do do I do I do do j do j do do j do do j do ! do do do J do do do do i . do do do do . , do do do do do do do ido - l do' M4 do , I on do do saaoury j-pec l 4k ti Berlin. Brown Eden Village Concorde Delaware Delaware Village.. Genoa Harlem Kingston Liberty Marlborough Oxford... Ashley Village Orange..... Porter .... Radnor Scioto Thompson Trenton. .K.'.l.r. Trow F, ch person charged with taxes for the year 1869. on the tax duplicate ol Delaware county, may, at his option, pay the full amount of such taxes on or be the 2Mh day of December, 1869: but each tax-payer is required, by la-, pay one half the tax on or before the 20th day of December, and the remaining half on or before the 20th day 'of June Office hours from 8 o'clock a. m. to 4 rJT v't. att. rri v Tuv i. t hat Treasurer's Office. Delaware, Ohio, JEW AOVERTISEME.TITS. IiEMALK COLLEGR Hordentotcn, 2T. , ' J. Board and tuition 2U8 nr. year. fr i ealalngue.'a address Hev. Jobs H. ISrakklev, ' A. M.f Pres't. BOOK. AGEXT8 WASTED I "OR. j STRUQI.EH AND THIUMPHS Or4 P. T. BAB C Jl Written By Himsklf, in Oke LakgeOc- : tavo Volume seaelv 800 Paues . Printed is English and Geeman. j 311 Elfganl Full Pngt KagrTlgt. It embraces Forty Years Reccolletlons ot I hisKusy Lil'e, us a Merchant, Manager, j Banker, Lec-turer, and lio mau, and (iives i ot-counts of his Impi isonment, his Failure, j hi-. Successful Euiojwau Tours, anil iinpor- taut Hibtoriealandreisonal Reii-.iniscenees j repine w:th Humor, Anecuotes and Knler- taming Narative. It contains his celebrated L,ectnrJ on the t Art of Money Gettisg, with rules for j Success in Business, for which lie as otter- j ed a-iW). We oiler extra inducements to ; Aut-itts unit nau freiaht to the Heat., feeud fori 3- paxe circular, with Specimen tfiitrraving anu terms to AKents, J. B. It I Kit & CO., Publishers, Hartford, Coua. i'rf BOOK AGENTS WASTED D fJJJ for Harding's New Illuminated and Illustrated Editions of the Life ot" Cltrlst, aud Bunjan's Theworksare uow ready for "lellvery. Address for I'aialoaue of th. bes. selling subscription books published, W". V. HAKblNU, r'liiliid. lpliia, Publish er of Harding's Pictorial Fmll) Bibles. f I l.VTS O.V HOVSK PAIST1SG." 11 liy J. W. Masuky. CI. , 48 p., 40c. Five by mail on receipt of price. SI ASUKY & WH1TU.V, X. Y. Just Sow ! THE PUBLISH KRS OF THE LARGE DOVULE WEEKLY HEW lORKOBSEUVEIl The oldest and Pest Fhmtly 3?euriaper, are onVritiK it. to new subscribers on very favor able terilis. Sample copies will) cireula s Sent free to any address. 93. SO per an- ' 1 cinSET E. MORSE, JH., .t CO. ST Park Row, New York. 'TIOW SHALL, w PAI-T r 1 1 HOI SES," By J. W. Masuky. Ci.. 22i'p., si. so. 'iee by miiil in receipt , of prioe-. Msnti WftAqrot.'N. Y. WATERS' i c w Scale Pianos. With Iron Frame, Overstrung Braxs and Agraffe Bridge. Mc-lodeons nnd CaWuet Organs The bet manufactured. Warranted for 6 years. Pianofl, Melodeons .nct Organt Prices great I y reduced or Cash. Sev 7-oc-tuve Pianos $275 aud upward. New Cabinet Orgns S4"i and upward. Socond-hand-in-strumenti 40 and upward. Monthly in stalments received. Wart-rooms, 41 Hroad wy(N.Y. Horace Waters. Jy. CI OIjOItIOS'S CHIL- - O UHEX'S XJnder J Clot les Supporter is nit- muni i ir-v.E a i - tide of the kind ever of fered to the nubile : made pi ettily, lits nire ly, gives ease and com fort and isjust what ev- Jery Misswtnf. Mothers Iinciroicu in iixrj vjwjt fort and health of their dctugliters should exnm amine its merits. For sale by BAKER, STIRGF.OX & CO., Delaware, Ohio. Manufactured by SATJSDERS & CO., 96 tennuiior W., Boston- Mass. ' , THE BEST TYPE, CAB1XETS PRESSES and PRINTERS' MATERIALS, Made aud furnished by VANDEEBACRGH, WELLS & CO., New Y'OUK. j Good Second Hand Cylinders for Nate t THE Magic Comb will change any colored hair or beard to a permanent Black or Brown. One Comb sent by niail for SI. For sale by .Merchants & Drugsista generally. Address .ifaitc Comb Co., Spring field, Mass, ' Great Atlantic ana PaciQc JVO. CHCRCH STREET, P. 0.: Eox 55u8,' ' Kew York City. An orgnniy-iiou of capitalists for the purpose of iuijj,.rtin Tens and distributing them to Mercliauts tliffunrbout the country atlmiiorler's i.ricos- EsLublislied l.svin. ,snrf for Pr oe .!?; . .. . -. . . . A (i E'Bi Tpf.. W A W T E D. i'or . 'CtmyMnre A Bomtu'i - "LLFE AXB EPISTtES OF . T. PAUL With Bishop simpsox's Introduction. We ruci.u MK. HLS ur j-j. KKAT A f X. S edition, the only onipicte and uiiabrrtltied edi- Cleveland. O. ASK ynnr bnel.v ami Drucrfirist for fe-W KMT HtilNANK-it equals (bit ter) Quinine. Mid liV STKAKxa. 1'ARtt Co., lihemtst-, New York. THE SLUfcJ; .(il K REMEDY KNOWN. Jonnson's Veicctable Candy Agne Cnre. Safe, permanent and effectual. So pleasant everybody will eat it. Contains 110 poison. Sold everywhere. Made and Sold bv HHWii l t .t. i,WTTi.-: ,Sjfrri losjP iH, on re"ceif.f of price. ' Oil, ITOlIaS 21 AK A ESS. Frank Miller's pienared Harness Oil Blarklu;, in new style cans, neat and convenient. Preserve 'lour Leather ! KEEP VOI R FEET DRY I Frank Miller's Leather Preservative and Water Proof Oil Blacking, thirty vears in market- SoUl by retail and lobbing houses everywhere.'' FRANK MILLER A CO., 18 and ai Cedar St., New York. OS -I -j j A HuW I made It in III 3 J. 1 H J months. Secret mid sample mailed free, A.J. liillam, X. Y. . , ' Aromatic csreiieUic uiii. For the Delicate Skin of Ladle, and Children. SOLD BY ALL DIlt'fciGISTS. " ATTENTION ! ATTENTION! EVEIIY MAN AVho ha. a llonte to Paint. READ V-DIiDE COLORS, Known ns "Railroad'' Colors. Guaranteed tobe more economical, more durable and more convenient than any Paint evtr be fore ollered. A book entitled "Plain Talk with Prac tical Printers," with samples, sent free by mall on application. MASUKY A WHITV. ON, Globe White Lea i and Color Works, 111 Fulton St.. New York, Beware of Imitations. Established 1835. W 5 EVY. COUNTY LEVY. 3 i : i : i i 3i do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do' 3-4 11-2 i 2 i 2 1-2; 1 6 3-4 10 do j do I d..; do do i) . do J do do j do 1 do! do do ; d do do do do do' do do ! . do do do do do: do do ; l do do do do do; do,, do d i do do do do doj do do ' do do do do do Jo do d-i do do do do do; do do ' do d do do do; do do d do do do do doi do do il l do do do do do do do ! i do do do do do- do do d do do do do do; do do d i do do do do do; do do do do do do do do do . o do do do do do' do do ;o do do do do doj do do do do dj do do do do do ; -lo do do do do doj do do :"da do do do. dg.. doj do do do do do .do - do doj do do I do do do do do do! do do do do do following. A penalty of five per c- if. p. m. Office closed Thanksgivme October 20th, 18S!). 6w NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Lock Haven, Fa. Messrs. Lippincoll fc Bakewell, Pittsburg, Pa. Gents : We have been using your make ol Gang Saws in our Mill, and flud them, in point of quality, superior to any we hae ever used. ours, tfcc, SHAW BT AJsl-TTARD & CO. Jamestown, N. Y. IJppmxn Se Parnivll : We have no trou ble with your Saws; they don't need to he lined up with paper; we put them on the Mandril, and they go right along. Temper perfectly uniform, aud quality unsurpassed. Respectfully, CHAS. J. FOX. LIPP1SCOTT &. BAKEWELL, Manufacturers of Circular, Mulay, Mill Gang aud Cross-Cut Saws. Chopping Ax. s, all shaie8. Colburn's Patent Axe. Shovels, Spades, and Miles' Patent Covered Scoop. Agents ! Head This ! WE Will Pay Agent. Salary or i0 per week and expenses, or allow a large commission, to sell oar new fc won derful inventions. Address M. WAGNER & Co.. Marshatl, Mich. TYLER. WATER WHEELS, Over 3,U00 in operation. Address the m't'i-s, Sullivan Machine Co., Claremont, N. H., for reduced price list. A TLASTIC SEWIXG MACHINE XX. CO We will sell our Machine v.iiii Table and Treartlecomplete.fa new mach 'ie' for 818. which will sticli, hi-m, fell, imk. cord, braid, quilt and embroider, as perfect ly as any S150 macbine. Warranted for 5 years. Every third sticn can he cut and will not. rirj... Liberal inducements offertd to general and 1ocj1 ngnts Also, perf-ct nana .uucimp, ms aoove ior tiw. reiu r, tucker, and corder aitachcl to either S3. Aaents aremakinn S-50 to&lOO nerbau. Sam- rle Machine (with full insti uctions sent to anyaddre-s. c. O. D. Address ATLANTIC SEWING MACHINE CO., No. 57 Buffalo ft. rtocnester, New ioin. e. t. aiAiv SHALL, President. AGENTS WANTBDr-S75 to 200 per month to sell ttie nrifdnal and iiu- S roved Common Sense Family Sewing aclilne. All complete for $13. Ife will hem. fell, stich, bind braid, and embroider iu a most. hUp-rior mnnner, making t he celebrated "Lock Stich." Cantion. lo nt buy Machines under the same name ours from any one except those having e r titicHte of Agency, signed by us, as they re worthless cast-iron Machines. For rirou- lar and terms, address or apply to O. BOW KRS & CO., 4: Spruce Btreet, Philadelphia, 1 a. O fzrf guaranteed fo Agents, O J,OUU Address J. A HERN, 5 P. O. Avenue, Baltimore, Md. HOW g MAKE -.- - THE , F A It M f AY.- Ku.lish and Uerrasii). Every Farmer, Stock Raiser, Gardener and Fruit Cultur st may double nil their profits. Sales im mense. Agents wanted. Send tor circular. A money-making business. Address ZKli LER, McCURD.Y & CO., -Cincinnati,. Ohio; Chicago, 111., or St. Louis. Mo. duigs, h;kiicies -&e. A Safe and Speady Cure for Coughs.Cokls Asmma Bronchitis. Hoarseness, Croup Influenza, Whooping Cough, Incipient Consumption, and all Diseases of th Throat and Lungs. Don't neglect s levere Cough, or throw away money o:-. t worthless medicine. RICE FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE Prcnared by SEWARD fc BENTT.KY. tw,,hv,. Buffalo; H. T. Bold by all Druggist. This I-kai i.iiii.e Remedy does not, lilie the poisonous irritiiting snufT's and strong caustic .-olutions witli which the people have long been uumhugt-d, s;mply palhiile for a short, tune, or drive the disease to the lungs as there is danger of doing in th use of such nostrums, but it produces perfect and PERMANENT CURES OF THE WORST CASES OF chronic catarrh, as thousanns can t-.-ti-fy. "Cold in the Head" is cured with a few applications. Catarrhal Headac he is relieved and cured as If by magic. It re moves offensive Breath, Xoss or Impair ment of the sense of taste, smell or hearing. Watering or Weak Kyes, and Impiiirid Memory, when cnused by the violence ot Catarrh, as they all frequently are. I off. r in good faith a standing reward of toOO foi o case of Catarrh that I cannot cure. FOR SALT? BY MOST DRUGGISTS EV ERYWHERE. Price Oitiv 50 Cents. Ask your Drnggist for the Remedy: tut If he has not yet got ii on sale, don't be ).;-,t off by accepting any miserable worse tl; mi worthless substitute, but enclose slxivccn s tome, and the Remedy will be sent yni post psid. Foarpackage 00, or one d". en for So. 00. Send a two cent, stamp for 1 . Sage's pamphlet on Catarrh. Address l':c Proprietor, It. V. PIERCE, M. D. Buffalo, N. V. Sep. d Rmr. RIG KECK CURE. DR. UREXSLACK'S It I E CK CURt, The Great German Cure for SWELLED KECK or GOITIL Wnrranti'd to Ciirp, and tho Druggist w:.o sells it will refund the money in all cures ; where acure is mil cllecied. Sold bv N. IJ. 1 STARK, Delaware, Ohio. Also General : Aseut for the State of Ohio. aprl5ltf ! , . Ciitlcry. ... , . . Any gentleman wanting a, coed knife or razor will find the fame at No. Williams Block. Sept. JO if 1 p-1... -. T"i far n iiii i- 'iTjiii-mrrM i'rrn r i O c o a a. e DC 3 9 2! i 4t 4 ' I 4 1 , 11 1 19 20 31 ........ 3i 7 5 11-20 3-20 16 10 3 3-10 4 9 20 - 1 2 17-20 .... 3t ......... 3-10 , 2 9-20 3-10 6 21 3 9-20 1 3 i 14-10 9-10 3J - li 14-20 1.1 21 I ...... 3i is imposed by law upon all bills not Day, Christmas, New 1 ears and tourtn ot Trea&nrcr. Delaware County, DItK;, MEDICINE, &C. S. IiVBlt AIVD &. CO. (Successors to M. L. JStarr.) The Upper Drug: Store IS THE PIACE TO GET Pure Xfrugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Dye-stuffs, Oils, Paints, Perfumery, Preparations for thellairH Teeth, Soap, Tooth Brushes, Brushes of all kinds. Paten Medi cines, and every article us. ally d he found in Trug Store. Physicians Prescriptions Compounded with special care, and can be relied on for purity of materials and accu racy of composition; Feb. 12. 'W. 8. LY'BRAND & CO. Painters' materials. ALL kind, of Painter.' Material, sold very cheap, at the UPPER DRUG STORE, April 9, 69-tf No. 5 Williams Block. imrsEJi;. w MITE Wash, Paint, Shoe, Hair, aud all kindsof Bustles sold cheap by April 9, 'J!)-tf No. Williams Block. FAIVCV OOD. THE Irgest Stock of Fancy Goodi iu town, at the UPPER DRUG STORK, April S, '(&-tf No. 5 Williams Block. LOOK AT THIS. SLVKH A.M) &CO. keep constantly ou hand a full assortment of Fahne stock's Pure White Lead, Artie Lead, and Cottage Paints of ail colors, ground in oil in 5, 10 and 2o pound cans. .--. Also, raw and boiled Linseed Oil, Lard Fish and Neat's Foot Oil. . , - Ko. 9 William Block. PAINTS. FAHIVESTOCK'S Strictly Pure Lead, Atlantic Lead, Zinc, Rock Paint, and all colors, both dry and ground in oil, for sale by N.U.STARR . . Opposite American HOuBe. FRESH DRUGS RECEIVED every week at the Cen tral Drug Store, ooposite the American House. N. U. STARR, Druggist. OILS RAW and Boiled Linseed Oil, Lard Oil, Neat's-iootOil, Fish Oil, Lubricat ing Oil, and Coal Oil, sold by N. U. STARR, Druggist, Opposite American Mouse, Delaware, O. - BRUS HE S , COMBS, Perfumery, Toilet Soaps and Fancy Articles, sold bv N. U. STARR, Druggist. DYE STUFFS, OF all kinds, and the best quality, kept constantly on hand at N. V. STARR'S DRUG STORE, 1 Opposite the American House, Delaware, O. PI RE 1V2.YES A KD Liquors, for Medicinal TJses, for suie uy jn. u. sjakk, .Druggist, Opposite American House, Delaware. An Ode to a Choice Cigar. Ye social friend, I love thee well. In learned Doctors' spite ; Thy clouds allother clouds dispel, And lap me in delight. All ye who love a choice cigar, Can buy one suchof N. U. STARR PURE SPICES A SD strictly Pure Cream Tartar and soua, som at the CENTRAL DRUG STORE, Opposite American House STARR'S READY REMEDY Supercedes the necessity of paying 25 cents for a thimble full of Pain Killer. It is equal to the tx'st Pain Cures in the market, and costs but half as much, and warranted to answer just as well in all euses -. If you do iicitrvv n, ti ff it. For sale, wholesale and retail, by N. IT STARR, Delaware, O., and kept bv all Country Merchants. apisitf FOR AIYTIII2 I IV the line of Druggists, call at the Drug store of N. U. STARR Opposite American House. July 10, 'UK. Delaware, Ohio. CITY DRUG STORE. HOWE BROTHERS, Successors to X)r. J. P. Hess.) VRF. now prepared to offer to their patrons Pore Drugs, Medicines, and Chemicals, a choice a-soi tineiil of Perfuinurv, Hair Oils mill Toilet Goods, all tliestand . ant Patent Medicines of the day, Pure Wines uud ltiandies for Communion and Medical purposes. Hiuslics of all descriptions. Carbon Oil, Lamps, Dye Stuffs, Paints, Oils, Ac, A-., die. With an extensive experience in the bus iness, wu sli ill use it in our efforts to select only Pure medicines and the Best tluallty of Good, wliich we shall sell as low as the lowest. OW Particular attention given to the compounding of Physicians' P' o-ci lpllons a all hours of the duv and nttrrrt.-itfw . tug7-Sw TOWNSHIP LEVY. a a. p D a -3 SB H 3 a CO Ci 3k 1 13 T (ii 9 ' 191 91 - 9 21 13 6 6r 4 15 7i 7i 41 14f 7f 5 '; 7i : 6 ' ll 8i , 71 5 9 20 15 7-10 81-10 , ,7 6-l0 6 16 Si Y 71 16 1 20 26 3-10 13 4 10 12 9-10 U 12 6 5 35 14 7i 61 4 ir i 7 4 17-20 15 1 10 8 3-10 : 6 8 10 4i 141 71 61 2 13 61 6 8 8-10 191-20 9 8 10 ;!9 3 10 3 9-20 13 7-10 .7 1 10 6 6-10 4 14 71 ' 65 1 13-20 11 9-10 6 2-10 ,5 7-10 4 13-2(1 14 9 10 7 7-10 7 2 10 2 9 20 12 7 10 6 6 10 6 1-10 21 13 61 6 4 14 7t 7 paid by the time specified J"y- VALtih.ti T. VV ATON , HOOP-SKIRTS & CORSETS. II oop-Sktrts, Corsets, Hosier)', Notions and fancy oods. rpHOMSOS'S Glove-Flttina: land ev. X ery other style of Plain and Fancy Im ported and American Corseta always on hand. Also, the Patent Self-Fastening busks ior saie. Any style or shape of Hoop-Skirt made to order, on slmrt notice, and at the lowest New York prices. All work warranted. Give ns a call. M RS. R. A. K BILLY, 86 Sandusky street, opposite Court House, Delaware, Ohio my7-ly GROCERIES. XV. S. LITTLE, '. '.:.,' ',. DEALER IN GilOCE It IE S, CROCKERY & GLASSWARE, ' CONSISTINO ; OF . ' White (i finite Tea Sets, - Tea Pi ts-r-Sngars & Creams, Pitcbers, Cups and Saucers, Plfites, Snuce Dishes, Ewers and B;isins, Sue. iScc . &c. ' . CHINA G L A O 8: A full stock ot Wooaen sc oiassvare Coal Oil Larnp!i, Chimneys and Burners, The rHjsi v oai uii. v nives anu r oi ks, cpoons, WLVa UbUM (LL LUO XjJ V l.'J A A lHljO. W. S. LITTLE, Opposite American Houe, ' DELAWARE, OHIO. Sept. 17 tf. SOHTOX Sc POWERS TEG LEAVE TO INFORM THEIR JJ numerous customers ana the public that their most sanguine expectations have been more man realized, and tney, accordingly have ex. ended a considerable amount in fitting up and adding to their room, and are now prepared to ouer Greater Inducements Thau ever before. New arrivals, weekly, of CHOICE GROCERIES, Fresh Fruits, Xuts, Willow Ware, Thus, Palls, Churns. Fish, Itacou, Lard, Salt, And, in fact, every thing usually kept in a First-Class Grocery ad Parorlalon Store. A new arrival of those . CHOICE TEA S , That are so highly prized by all lovers of the beverage. Also, a fresh lot of TEAS IIS PACKAGES, " FROM the great United States Tea Co. All of tile ahove Goods Sold at Prices to Defy Competition. Goods delivered to all parts of the City Free of Charcie and at short notice. Cash Eaid for JUtiter, Egbis, Lard, Rugs, and all iuds of Produce. Remember the place, OAK HALL, OPPOSITE TEMPLAR HALL,. Room formerly occupied b y the late M Juo. Converse. jel . LU 31 II EU, I AILS, &c. ' -CLIPPER GER & CO., HAVING opened a Lttmbfr "Yard and Ware Hoime, on Winter Street, between the HiiKfM'iislon lii-idtfe and Railroad Depot, are prepared to oiler rreat inducements to ptirclmserH. Wo are receiving and will have coiiHtantiy on hand a largo stock of FJJVE. POPItA Rt AfiFf, WALKVT, A2TD OTHER LUMHKR. Choice Scnntlinffi Jiftcrttt Sheeting, fthtngle, , Lath, Eonce JJuarils and which havitiK purchased from first handN, they are enai)ied to nell at the lowest cash rates. A)o, Iron, Nails, Window iiap, Ac. AVe enn Hell to Merchants and others on the most favorable terms. Jan. 1 '. ( LIPrENUi-UitcO. J ft iDi' A !Ss ' BS,'A h ZgZis Sr3 ig! I. tiZT i jilf 1 l 4 -v L. L CLOTIIIXG. E. JOIfES. H. W. PUMPHERY JOAUS & PCJIPHREY, Have Just Received and are IVow Opening an Entire Sew and Splendid Stock, of Overcoats,. . Business Suits, Boys' Clothing, Cloths aad Cassinieres, Beavers and. . - Chinchillas, Sattinefs ; w and Jeans, Velveteens and Corduroys, fiats and Caps, Trunks & Valises, Shirts, Ties . uuu vviiai 9, Wrapper and Drawers, Suspenders and Socks, Scarfs and Umbrellas, . fcc, &c, &c This Stock lias been bought during' the GREAT PAMC In 1 E Wr X O R K CITY, and we can and WILL sell them . 10 PER CENT. LOWER (IiCtn any other house In Del aware. . Remember , the place ! ' JOES & PUMPRREY, Templar nail ISuilding, Delaware, Ohio. octl-tf - GRAIVO EXIIIRITIOIV ! The World's Fair Thrown into the Shade. YANKEE' ROD I IV S OS Nowhere. SEE THE ' Ctt EAT SIGHTS. STERN'S CHEAP SIDE Open to the Public. A Brighter Day Dawning I p on the People of Dela- -ware' County. READ! READ!! READ!! Tills is the age of progress ! The presenj century will be known to future genera tions as the excelsior. In the World's his tory it will loom up boldly. When com pared with the Past, and the most fertile imagination caunot point to any greater excellence than we dare, without being deemed visionary, hope to se attained. Advance is the rallying cry in every pur suit. Progress Is ennruved uton the souls of most of mankind, and the man, or those men wbo do not step out of the beaten paths of formen ears into , .; STERIV'S CHEAP SIDE must expect to pass away unnoticed,- un wept, unhonored, and unsung. To a Fulton, mankind are indebted for the application of steam to carrying pur poses on land and wuter. Moise has made the lightning of heaven subservient to man. And last, but not least, to STEM are the people of this county Indebted for the progress he has made iu i he -irt of sel ling goods cheap, whereby they have been aud are so much benefited. "Q.UICK SALES dc SMALL PROFITS Is still his motto, and as he Intends to keen up with the progressive spirit of the public generauii, ami aneau or uis niosi, zeaious competitors particularly, he hasjust receiv ed a larger mid richer stock oiclothing than waa ever before brought to Delaware. CD 3KC ZE3 A I3 8IDB. Is again crowded, packed, jammed full. Just look at those splendid TRUNK Call and examine his beautiful styles of OVER COATS, UjVDEli COATS, PANT, VEST HATS, CAPS, COLLARS NECKTIES, &e., te., it- Gents' Furnishing Goods in abundance. In fact voi'vthliuf mat Is Kept in a nrst-cia-s lotheing store, so remarkably cheap that you will not go away with less ttn.n two suits audatiuiroi "Paw nt Contracting Suspen ders" throwu in that will lilt you over a mud hole In good condition, elllier for a knock down and drag out, or a "bear hug' with some of the fair, frail, and fickle daughters of old "Mother live." Remember, the GREAT PLACE FOR Ilarains in Clothing 18 AT STERN'S C1IBAP SIRE ailK27lf VARrVISH WORHS. Bl'Y THE UK ST AN1 Sl.l'l'HK THE CHEAPESTI No. 1 Coach, J "),iln No. 1 Furuilure,., 8, -tl Extra Flowing.... i,7.i House Puliitel'H,.. 4 .i Duuiarr ... ii' By tile bbl 40 fi ct ,ofT 6 hbls, or more 5o"fl ct. off lor ciwth. 1 I v. V Works, , V v ? DRY GOODS. S. P. &J.J.SMUR Tn vita th attention of their customers and the public to their magnificent exhibition of Fall and Winter Goods, ' at their spacious store, " Opposite tiie Ranks. Having renewed our stock and greatly reduced our prices, we solicit from house keeper- and omers an imm'-umie inspec tion of our complete assortment of ' Sheetings, Shirtings. Ticklnss, Blan kets, .f lannels. iDe AainasKs, . Crasbe-.QuilU,' 'arpeLW, Curtin, Lai-e-", Wiidow shides Shawls, KaluvraJa, a , Print, O -laines, Dress Goo is, c. together with many other styles of desira ble goods at prices wnicn win sausiy pur chasers. S. P. & J. J. SIIUR Have now open a full line of Hosiery, Gloves and I'nder Garments, For Ladies Gents and Children, at prices lower than ever. In their Cloth & Cassluicrc Deparlm't may be found an elegant assortment of Men's and Boy's weai, at decided bargains. s. p. fc j. j: siiur Are constantly making'to all their depart ments large additions or fresh goods, the latest novelties, to which they Invite the inspection of cusi omers. For excellence Ol quality and lowness of prices none will be permiited to undersell them. We buy and s-11 for cash. S. P. dt J.J. SHUR. HARD TIMES ARE IPO.Y ITS MOU'ET -SCARCE. The laboring man or women who works hard for their money should go to J. HYATT & CO' for their M" uOODs, wltUtLKIIis, Roots and Shoes, Ac. Received this day, beautiful new styles MEBIBACK CALICOES At One Sliiuing per fard. . Rest Wool . Delaines for ' 18 Cents per Yard. . -I PlilT Utnulr Ttria lirrt u . 1 1 1 T m. ' J assortmentof . ITIen's and Roys' Wear ' very tow. Best Coffees onlv '25 Cts. ROOTS A.D SHOES. Mr. JOSEPH COX Cfor many years wlth.j J. at l. Day) will superintend nils depart ment. We are selling the best every-day Custom-made Boot in Delaware Co.. .9 OO Best French Kip 6 50 Best French Calf. 7 00 Call and see our Boots and Shoes. Boys' Boots in proportion. All we ask is for you to see how you can buy No. 1 honest work for same prices you have been paying for Eastern ' Cheap stuff. We are the Agents in Delaware for the sale of E. BTJTTERICK Jt CO'S CELERR 1TED PATTERNS ' Of Garments for Ladles, Misses, Boys, and Children of both sexes. Call and Get a Catalogue. W O O L . We keep Factory Jeans, Flannels Blank ets, .Y arns, tc, to be exchanged for Wool. . Yours, &c., . J. HYATT & CO. W O O L 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 condii Ion of the Dry Goods trade. Wool will not, in my opinion, bring more than last year's prices. I am In shape to buy largely, and will pay the Jiighest prices, as buy direct for manufacturers. . myill J. HYATT. 1SG9. 1869. THE "LATEST. PALL STYLES Dress Goods, Cloaking, Shawls, Have been bronuh' out for iuimed'ate Sale bv J. II. MEXDEVSIALL t CO. TheKiyles are preily and will ault yourtas e, pr'in are reason-iblH aim go. ids will besbown w ith l ie sure mall wbo may favor us with a call. We inylie our nnnfmuH Fiionds ani CnHtoiiiers to uoiiio esil. Our su ck as usu il 1 ltrge, and . miT-ieos the le-t tfooits io be bait In tlio ; American and Knropean Market. Thorough ex nerionce ami ample l iell ities uibl' us to sell our cus'omers ou the low. Ht hcmIh d piioeit our entire Miock. JXO TRASHY GOODS. Ollered f"r etf"et sliliOHRh we could make TWO 1'HOKJTSon this rla- eveu at 80 per com. below apparent value. Thanking our nuitii-roiis Friends and Cusiomers for MSt favors nd u-kliiK a until nuance of tt.eir pitionae ami all others who may fv.u u 1 li acali. Weare Hesjjeoi fully Yuura I - " J. II. MESDE5UHALL CO. j Oct 8 63 If J CLOTIIIAG. I860. PALL. 1SGO. SOW OPENING AT .o. 2, " WILLI43IS . . .--IlY . block. C, KILLS' A: CO., their First STOCK . of FALL GOODS, to which" special attention is Invited. Fitted NEW STYLES,'1' " ' 1 " ' LADIES DRKSS GOODS, NEW STYLES SHAWLS Full Stock or. WHITE GOODS, UOUSEK EEJMNO GOODS, NEW CARPETS,. ' NEW OILCLOTHS, NEW WOOLENS. ' - NEW COTTONS, ' NEW HOSIERY, ... . NEW GLOVES, ' " NEW YANKEE NOTIONS) Tiie stock will bo found fresh througliotrf, and Will oe freely' shown to everybody. WE bay.ll our Goods wltn CASH, we want to sell them tor CASH, and those it'io know us know trmt wo are never above the market, anil if there is any body in Delaware county that don't know us we extend a cordial invitation to coine and make our acquaintance. We pay well iu furuisliiug .... Good Good AT Low Rates ot Itclow Cost-owe don't make our living that way, TRY VS. " aug2Ttf KOW IS YOUR CIJAACE. itsw I Fall and Winter Goods " itnst Received and Receiving Weekly. STOCK COIlPLETlV UXlTSrALLT ATTRACTIVE! All Use Xovclties of the , , , . Season. , : Dress Goods, Msnwlx, 'Fancy Colored Silkc, RIack Silks. The Unrivaled BufTalo Brand I ' " ' '"' '' V . . ' . ....... . liiniii Cai LOIUITU JUJMliis Beautiful shadts, always on sal" Wliife Goods, , Laces, Linens, I Kid Gloves, . , Lisle Gloves, Hosiery, IVolioiis, ash IIOCSE-rCR.XISIIIXG GOODS Carpets, Oil Cloths, Rugs, Curtains, &c, &c., &c., And all other articles usually kept in a Flrst-Clas Dry' Goods Store All of which will be sold at The Very Lowest Prices. CilVE I'S A TRIAL. First Dry Goods Store North of Hy. att's Corner, Delaware, Olilo. . , Respectfully, BLAXCIIAUDS &. ADAMS. my28-tl , . .UILL1AERY, LADIES, ATTi:.TIO. L A R G E and SI'LK X D I D p. . i " ' i -i r STOCK of ITIILLILI Y ! TWOl'IiD respecffnlly annonnre to the citizens of llcluware and vicinity, that I haveon hand at all times a choice aud well selectud stock of .T.ILLHi:E.Y and ' IMSCY GOODS! The latest styles of BONNETS snd HATS, RIBBONS, PLUMES, ORNAMENTS, n,i STRAW TRIMMINGS. BONNET & II AT FRAMES, YEILS, LACES and - EMBROIDERY 1 1 A N P K K K( 1 1 1 E FS, COLLARS and CUFFS, ST AM PR IV APRONS. CORSETS, HOOP SKIRTS, IIOSIERV. .Ir. I Imvcnlso mUliii to my MiLUNKItV, a flno Hun k ir D It Y G O OD H I Which will be to your Interest to cxnmlne before piirchasiiiB. tt- full mul n-u. J9 I am prepared at all times to attend promptly to all orders of Millinery. DON'T KORGKT MY LOCATION' A few . doors nol iu Ol i-.vans iiioca. - , , iti. c. w 1. 1.. o. South Main Street, Delaware, Juiy atoo AlUKIMlsao RATES. 1 Circulation than "nv on,.!! tnTTI Sib Congressional His, whl?h 'n-nn-rV.t avaluible auvertislng i.,eiii,im. The t.'k-r 'ng schedule of price will b- ,irt,uiu tutherc tor ,- a5;2.i?-dU. r--?.-s i an a ts 2-J 5 2 i: "E ? i -1 T. V J. ii 5.3 S-i T- i't'.' 3'-' '1 1 I S JO 5! A r B' iJ 5 - 2 5 ?r t -jx jo no -a C' Crt 5i' i -?r. $ r Ii ! r -tt'E" v' tlv CtDnlAAW I 2 ; Q i - ' E r 3 !T.r-7 ' - - - B " - " 5 E ' 5 ? 2 z 5 ft? "- AttarliiTi'mt, 'Plvorci-, Admlnlmri. tor's Hii't Kltcilliir'n ftoflees, nill-t t-e mild for hiwi' inerltcn, a-- ;ii-.o all Ior- eign null Transient Advertising. 'try None lull solid melaJU: cul Inserted. I!4OIiS, K . sev; i:o ou stoi:e! x ew rcooii slmy e. i . ; 'X AT V GRAVES & CO.'S OLD S"." No. 4 Ilain Htreet, DELAWAHE, OHIO. ALL FRESH A!I SEV' o Sfale ,fcoti fo Miotv Yon COM H18IN IS I'AltT EI ISTOll I E8, IJIOGRAP II I ES, TRAVEL,.S, ADVK.NTURK3 STORY HOOKS for girls & bovs, A B0 BOOK.S, TAPKR-DOLLS (Wholesale and Retail.) fieoerapl.ies, Arithaietics, Grammars. RcaIirs, Spellers SLATES, PENS, PENCILS. Ac. BIBLES, TESTAMENTS. (L irge uuJ Small.) HYMN BOOKS, . " ' (All sizes Fine ami Plain.) PRAYER BOOKS, 5IUSI0 IJOOKS, (All kiiit's that are used io tliee part. BLANK HOOKS, M EMOIiANDUMS, FAS I E UoaIU'S, CART) HOARDS, FANCY PAPER. WINDOW SHAIiKS, The o-ily place in Iielaware to net '.I is tiaai's. Interest Tiilnlcw,' atknr.wlrded tobe the best in use. WA l l i a i II ! An Entire- Sew Stock ! lEE.AlTTH"i'L 1'ATTi'it.v.S ! TO BE SOLD AT LOWEST PUKES Attbe NEW BOOK STOKE. B'inc Initial Wi Paper niitl I in Io;t i. A COMPI.KTE .STOCIC OF PAPER A.-I i; !.I,(:l'i. (At Wliolesale and Ili tail.) Wo are ni-o clovinor 0jf (tJO lock ff iiiA is 4 Co., atgiea bargains. jau iiw u w . r. niir.i I i u, IIIL.il I I HI UI IIII .11 I WWWWWI 11 III II... . ' liE-snsrs. F. KmmiiNi. . J. Jl. Hon-. II EJ .Ti Tin T II V ! 1-v.nS. rjniOM, & nPP rtiy.rt tfully ol'ter Mte;r n.-1-v ife- tn the pu'ilicn-- lf s;irce-Ot t'l llllll A- Filltli'illN, at tic ni'l i lai-'lisbi .1 ullii e in Di l.iware, li Cm 1-.1 ls-ntifts soil msn u tsci u i lis -f P.ri. ii n, Kubht-r, i llil Mml-nt wurk UMml!) wurij. Our iinrn iiih il Piiii'eliiln WikIc, wui lM Sii Slid lemns so el' -sely res.iil)itna ii"lnn to dfci'ive 1 1 1 l e-t jii'lKt s. !, living lit n r-'-l ill t b is ci. ill in n till y lor twelve i-ar", vjiii I llcn-HM li iiftnil;iiit;-, we con tln i i v r omiiicnil as Ih-Ii.k iiiit..n;in-.d In Ii.h ;iv; clt'al!iincv, iluiil'iililx , 1'i i 'ei t ill t'.i m.i! h i donal.ie cinMliliis. ' J'.irf i--i 1 1 u r i.n.n Hiii paid Io iiiliii. KcHUiirlri mi li.-.p ibeuallirul lii'tli. F.M .Mi i.N s A K u 1. nt!!U!.:: woia.s. rr . i I H. Cltlt l 1TJI, Healer In Amrri- .1 . can i ti.i Italian Mm bit', ot -Miic ' W. F Tl i VI l-Kl ty . 1 li'luwi! re, i. !Vii11!,,s. uiiii nt-i, t ins. 'hs.'h, ;m IU'", i i.h.tn'' i t'minii'r .Jalis, fM-t-nti-l from liie I" simis and cholcesi luurlile. 1 ' 8 -' ' WHOLESALE GROCi . V. T. HILLS, vj:5I.iali: a:c:::::, " Ko. 1 Williams Plock, D J'. I. A IV A K K , O II W 1 1TII.I, ronitiuill) kfrp . mora ot M:ui!i-U on 1 l.!'-ll u ! I hi' '1 at wlioli'-ialc i'ii(V ill I" "'1 "s !,w !fc 'E,e UlUl'krt. Jl") ' '- 11 s 1 A.Xt'l'. VNT :;r.ci:i!:NTi:i ssrecr- s the atioa:ui'i:i.s Of the lulled Slitti of litt. a it. ct.AKK. jwd.-m. i- - jr. rt Srerrifir'j. .. 'it-. ( ln'iMmfH, I, -and i-.Jt.: tf.tv .; 7 . '" "' tInsm ing ovor Tim N'A'i u.1,11. niVonls to lis l',li, y-Hoi,i, , IN i i ! I S in Uy , Do.lars and Kllsraul,..- to tl,,, ll, I.OiV RAIf.S fir l'RKMlVM. LAH(.;k lilVll l .M S IN Al.VAN. K or a KewiMoi.aiy l;..i...i In. per ,.,.,. i'.y Rlil Fi.N 1 KCMiUM I'LAN. JoiimW. Fi l is ,t r.i ( i, ,,,,, , , ,,. u-hI AitMit ti.-ih and t em ,1.1 ai.'.i ,', i, fill Ium in lit., . ii- OUl- ". t. lat'c;y.(,.t,0. '