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BOW TO DO WA8IIISO. " In the first place, if you wish to be ex neditimis in anvthin?. have your things ready before commencing. Have good soft water and soap, some good washing machine, and a clothes wringer. Now, perhaps some one will say "I cannot af ford a washing machine and wringer." There are some, of course, who cannot ; but anv man who prizes his wife's health as a husband should, can ; or he who can afford a mower for himself, or a doz en other labor-saving machines that men usually manaee to afford for themselves, though used but a few weeks in the year, surely such a man can afford these for the wife who must use them every week in the year. . , . , We also use a washing fluid. Instead of soaking my clothes over night, I put them in a warm suds before breakfast, - and let them soak while the breakfast is being got ready ; then wring out, soap the wristbands and collars, and any dirty or soiled places, have the boiler half full of water, and when at scalding heat add a common teacup of the fluid and stir thoroughly ; put in the clothes and boil half an hour; for each additional boiler add half a cup of the fluid, of course boiling in the same water through all the washing. Now wash through the machine in one suds, and rinse in blue ing water as usual, and all is complete. You will find no dirt that will not rub out with the machine, (or your hands may perhaps, be required for some dirty collar or wristband,) but none of the steaming over a hot tub of clothes for half a day, that used to be considered nec essary. Wash the calicos in the same suds you used in the machine. I always starch my clothes when I hang them out. I have found they look full as well, and it is much easier to iron them. I boil my starch thoroughly, and while boiling add a little salt and a piece of white, hard soap as large as a walnut. (This for an ordinary amount of starch, . say two quarts after made.) Sprinkle quite wet, and when you iron rub them over with a wet cloth, and if you A-ill use your strength in ironing, I will warrant your shirts will suit the most fastidious young man. I will add my receipe for blueing. I always make my own. Take Prnssian blue, pulverized, one ounce ; oxalic acid, also pulverized, half an ounce ; soft wa ter, one quart ; mix thoroughly. One or two tablespoons is sufficient for a tub of water. Correspondent oftJte Rural New Yorker. HI5TS FOR THE SEASON. Working Oxen, that have been doing little during the winter, will be liable to have sore necks if the yokes and bows donotfitwelL If much is demanded, give extra feed and groom like horses. Beeves, should have the range of a yard on fine days, after feeding. Give them no chance at the grass until they are turned out into rich fattening pas tures. Oxen well wintered, and not overworked, will do a great amount of labor if well fed, and turned out in June, will fatten rapidly. Horses. Groom daily and thoroughly. Have especial care that they are not chilled after work, and that feed and water are not given too soon. At this time, when in addition to the labor re quired of them, they are renewing their coats, they are peculiarly sensitive to cold and exposure. Birds are great company about a house, and a great protection against in sects. Court the garden Wren) and set little houses about, at reasonable dis tances apart, for them. They trouble no fruit, and Bluebirds are equally good as insect killers. Getting out Manure. Determine how many loads you will put upon an acre ; then, knowing the size of the lot, it is easy to calculate in how many heaps a load should be dumped, and how far apart they should be. With a definite calculation, and the first row of heaDs along a straight side accurately laid, the neia may te evenly covered. Plowing. The land should be dry no pacmng oi tne son, nor water stand ing in the furrows, should be seen. The swivel plow is coming greatly into favor, because it leaves no dead furrows. A similar advantage attends back fun-owing, but this requires close calculation to come out right. For root crops, no im plement is better than the Michigan plow provided the land can have a good top dressing, or the crop manured in the drill. In plowing for grain crops how ever, the manure should be kept near the well-pulverized surface. Draining. Where surface drains will expedite the removal of water from the land, open them with the plow and shovel ; and if opportunity offers, when other work will not be hindered, set all the hands that can be spared at under draining. Grain Fields. Pick off stones, top dress with "hand manures," sow clover seed, and roll if the plants have been heaved by the frost. A good flock of sheep driven over the land has much the same effect as a roller upon grain and grass. RECIPES. To Clean Silk. Pare and slice thin three washed potatoes ; pour on them half a pint of boiling water and let it stand till cold. Strain the water and add an equal quantity of alcohol ; sponge the silk on the right side, and when half dry iron it on the wrong side. To Clean Paint. The Coach makers' yournal recommends housewives to save themselves trouble by adopting the fol lowing mode : Provide a plate with some ! ot the Dest whiting to be had. and have ready some clean, warm water and a piece of flannel, which dip into the water and squeeze nearly dry ; then take as much whiting as will adhere to it, apply it to the painted surface, when a little rubbing will instantly remove any dirt or grease. After which, wash the part well with clean water, rubbing it dry with a soft chamois. Paint thus cleaned looks as well as when first laid on, with out any injury to the most delicate colors. It is far better than using soap, and does not require more than half the time and labor. How to Raise Bread Quick. We have a way of making bread which, we think, is superior to the old method. We take one pint of shorts ; of sugar, salt, saleratus and ginger, each one teaspoon ful ; pour on boiling water and stir until it is all wet through, and let it stand over night ; in the morning make it about the consistency of common emptyings, using warm water ; keep it warm until it rises ; set this away, and when making empty ings put in a spoonful of it, and you can have your bread baked in two hours and a-half. It will keep good a long time. Rural New Yorker. SPRIiYG FEA'CE. UIViqUE PORTABLE ruilV G F E IV C E. T S'"r-nr the citizens of TDela- now-ready rece1, vSS y tb different grade. "theabove f?nZ wonld respectfully snggSS toVhole 'So may design to favor me with the?atron age inputting rip fences early next "st.ing o iive their orders as soon as con verdoiTt ei- Hie iron, wnicn is made for l?hf..P?rpofie ,n ,f,he Procuremeiint of .- " ncuei-ariy puv m me inconven ience of delay of from two to four wk. namnien mnv he uwn t. Ti1 I1 i- . on north Bandusky street, or at"my place of u.r ,,uauwi,B iw roan east Of Main. J. t REi,HruTU nov266-tf. LUMBER, HAXXS, ttc. CLIPPM CEIS & CO., na v i,K opened a Limber Yard and Ware House, on Winter Street, between the Suspension Bridge and Railroad Depot, are prepared to offer (treat inducements to purchaser. We are receiving and will have w.utuLij on nana a large stocn of PINE, POPLA R, ASH, WA I.NVT, AND OTHER I.tiMRKR, , t-noice Scantling. Kxiftrs, Sheeting, Shingles, , , . Itn, Pence Boards and Posts. JT,. vlnA P"rcbaed from tlret hands, iif'I?n"fi,ed to8e" at th lowest osh WLTi'vlTr" 1a"8. window Glass, Ac. Jan. 1 . CLIPPENUKA A CQ KEW ADTEBTISE31ESTS. th l 1Mb v" - - SlH-OOPti For sale by all dealers in DRY GOODS A NOTIONS- ESTABLISHED 1830.) WELCH & GRIFFITHS Saws ! Axes ! Saws ! INU-and MILL FURNISHING5. CIRCtr x a t Qiu-ti Brith , 1 i , t Tth. or with Patent AtuntTABU Poists, superior to alt Inserted Teeth Kcixi t. - price Rtdc-d.- e-end for Pri List and CIrciilrs."-5 WELCH at. GRIFFITHS, Boston, Ma as., or Detroit, Mich. HOW TO GET noThino. lO worth of splendidly illustrated book Biven lor every i sunscriners iu mu - Hatleal Plaaeer for 1SJD. a monthly journal of 1 pages of choice Music and in teresting Miscellany. Only 50 cts. per an num in advance. Circulars with list of pre miums and specimen copy of oneerKent on reot-iptof stamp. F.J. HU.NTIM.TO.N at CO., 45 Broome street, N. . AgeuM-Canruiliig Boolu sent free. Secrets or Internal Revenue, By a Prominent Officer oV he Treasury Service, show! m? np the tecrets and inner workings of the Keveuue Departm-nt, the W hiBky Ring, dold Ring, and Drawback rrauds, Systematic Robbery, Depredations, Con spiracies and Ruids oa the Government. Malfeasance, Tyranny and Corruption of hiijh OtUcials. The most startling and import ant book published. Containing arx.ut SOO nruii.fliioii niairfs cniritedlv illustrated. lieau Wanted. Canvassing Book and complete outfit sent free. Address FLIKT, Publisher. Philadelphia, Chicago. 111., or Cincinnati, O. WM. Fa. GElaTS WASTED. For our newbook. tfI-,. or, MOBMOSS ' FllC EipOSe, .nil MOKMON18M.' By a Sister of a High Priest, and a resident for 15 years among them. Illustrated. Page 4J2. jpn'ee$-4. tiiving a full and authen tic account of their moral, social and polit ical condition to the pre;-ent time, and of the mysteries and workings or Polygamy. Full of startling faets and astounding dis closures. Soldonly by subscription. Kxcla sive territory Riven. Circulars and sample sheets sent free. Address BKLKNAP & RLISS, Hartford, Conn., or I1LIS.S A CO., Newark, New Jeisey. Aa- Bm - IVorth. from $1 ..lO to !)() 1'riZeS $100 laUrtcnbacki. swarded to subscribers and agents for Wood's Household Magazine, trie largest and best Dollar Monthly in ihe world. Similar prizes to be repeated noon. Full narticulars in March Number. For sale by all Newsdealers, or sent- witn Catalogue of Premiums on receipt of 10 cents. Address 8. S. WOOD, Newburgh, N. Y. A.W.Fafoer's Eeail Pencils Grand Gold Medal and Cross of Ihe legion of Honor at the jxniouion in ixtns, nbt. A. W. Fabtr'n Sen Pencils of Siberian Lead in 10 grades are superior to any Pen cils ever made A. W. Faber'i Steno graphic, being hard and durable, wriuug smooth, black and clean, in the best Pencil for Architects, Engineers and Accountants. IS. FiBKR, 133 W 111. St., N. V., So'.K Agent of all A. W. Faber's PeuciU, Crayons, Slates, etc. Sold by Stationery and Dealers CTtrjrwhcr. FOR MARKING CLOTHING!, etc. "More convenient than ink." Am. Agri culturist. "Invaluable to housekeepers." Goiletfs Lady Book. A very useful article.' Am Institute Re port, 1870. Sole Agent. E. FABER, 133 Wm. St., N. Y. Sold by Stationers and Dealers everywhere. Aromatic Vegetable Soap. lss- J'awailLL.n. I Jiaas-?--"f;."fr For tile Delicate Skin at Ladies and Children. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Agents! E'tatl This! 1TTE WILL PAY AGENTS A SAL A V RY or S30 per Week and expenses, or allow a larne commission, to sell onr new wonderful Inventions. Address M. WAG NEK & CO., Matsliall, Mich. S30 PER WEEK! llfETFILL PAY AGENTS, traveling or V local, a Salary of $30 per week and expanses. Address R. WELLMAS & CO., Lansing, Mich. " f" Deealcomania, Transfer Pictures 11 ! Send for Catalogue, h". Alkinxon C- Co., 1170 Broadway, N. Y. CX r f A DAYI 10 new articles for agents. inZO Samplesi-ee. H. 15. SHAW, Alfred, Me. LIST OF 2,500 UEWSPAPEBS lor one stamp. G. P. ROWELI, & CO., N.Y HORRIBLE I suffered with Catarrh thirty years, and was cured in six weeks by a simple remedy, and will send the receipt postage tree to" all afflicted. Ad dress Kev. T. J. MEAD, Drawer 17ti, Syra cuse, N. Y. MOXEY CASJOT BIT IT: For Sight is Priceless ! THE DXA3IOAD GiOAgSES, Manufactured by J. E. SFKNCEK dc CO., K. Y. Which are now offered to the public, are pronounced by all the celebrated Opticians of the World to be ihe MOST PERFECT, Natural, Artificial help to the human eye everknown. They are ground under their own super vision, from minute Cryslal Pebbles, melted together, and derive their name, "Dia mond," on account of their hardness and brilliancy. The Scientific Principle On which they aie constructed brings the core or centre of the lens directly in front of the eye, producing a clear and distinct vision, as in the natural, healihv siht, and preventing all unpleasant sensations, such as glimmering and wavering of siht diz ziness, 4c, peculiar to ail otiiers in use. They are Mounted in the Pi nest Manner, In frames of the best quality, of all mater ials used lor that purpose. THEIR FINISH AKD DURABILITY CATJKOT be surpassed. Caution. None genuine unless bearing their trade mark o stamped on every frame. J. B. PLATT, Jewelers and Opticians, are. tole Agents for Delaware, o., from Whom they can bo obtained. These goods are not supplied to Peddlers, at any price. aprg, '70-ly pd .tOTlCE. Estate or Joseph Bowers. NOTICE la hereby given that the undersigned bus been uuly appointed and qualified as administrator of the estate ot Joseph Bowers, deo-ased, late of Oela waie county, Ohio. All persons interested will govern llieuieelvts accordingly. Apr. 1, Swt Al UN KOJi OllCUTT. C-LrOTmacS VyRIttGEIlS. WRIKGER JJ ESPO T. Universal CosWhecl; Monitor Cog Wheel, (Self-adjusting Rubber Springs;) Champion Pat. Cog Wheel, (Roller Regulator ) the money -will be refunded. Jan- L O. D. POTTER & CO Hedge Plants. Iha-ve a few thousand Uaate Oralis. I'lants whirh 1 will deliver J? ,h ' i? ?, road station for Sl.50 per thousand. Cash to accompany the order, Keferpnm-Nfflvpn. L. D. SMITH. Normal, 111. aprl- r I - :3 SAFES. MABTW'S fcLFM A5U DRT PLASTER SAFES. Only Perfect Safei !latle. Find out what cmr Safe Is rilled vrltta, TJY Our Palrnt we entirely otiate l all objections. s.s we u- a i-rfectly dry finintr wimnnsprf of Drv rnlHtii-d Plaster ot Paris and Alnm We pack this o ixtiire be tween tne Innerand the outer cast, where Itremains unt-hanaed any number of years, nntil fire melts the alum I which contains a large qnantitv of waieriaml thu -atnrates the iilater and forma the steam wlveh al ways preserves the contents of th safe. Thi nl.mcr hv twins wet . sets flrmlv: and even if the alum near the mitside is entire ly melted, it fo-ms cells which r-t-iiti the nrecise shane of the lumps of alnm, an.l the fl I lint of nlaslr keos the V as wHI filled as before the tire. The advantages of using a dry filling are very apparent, viz : It does not mould the contents of the safe ; it never can rust the iron ; it will always remain perfectly fire-proof. Marvin's Chrome - Iron Patent SpllCl'M'al The Prices or these SAFES are VKItX MUCH BELOW what has been hereto fore charged for SAFES called "Bnnjlar Proof." And our motto is literally "Tlie Best Safe for tJie Least money.-' BASK VAILTS, VAULT DOORS, EXPRESS BOXES, FAMILY PLATE SAFES, COMBINATION LOCKS. Please send for a Catalogue to HARVIIY fc CO., (oldest safe manufacturers). Principal Warehouses: lOS II A li ST., Cleveland, O. 265 BROADWAY, New Cork, 731 CHESTSTJT St., Philadelphia, Paw Old Safes taken in exchange. mr4tf SOTICES. Soldiers, Take IVotice ! I can now collect 8100 Bounty for soldiers enlisted for three years in 1-Njl, and who were discharged on surgeons cer tificate of disability. Come alone and bring your discharge papers. J. HIPPIjE, mr25 -tf V illiams Block, Delaware, O. Dissolution of Copartnership. THE Partnership heretofore exist ing between Hills 5t Buck has this day been dissolved by mutual -onsent. The ac counts have heen left with Mr. Buck for settlement. Thofe interested will govern themselves accordingly. Mr. Bur-k will continue in the Coal traae, having his office in Hyatt's Warehouse, near the Depot. Orders l-ft with J. Hyatt & Co., or with the News Dealer at the Post office, will be promptly filled. jau21,'7i tf iVotice in Partition. STEPHEN L. CRFIKSHANK, Olive li. Young, Eliza A. Downing and George Downing, i 'larissa P. Jay nes and Sevmour R. Janes, William H. Cruikshank, Olive D. Cruikshank. Lawrence A. Cruikshank Eliza B. Crnikhiink, all ff Delaware coun ty. Ohio, and David O. Cruikshank, of Davis county, Iowa, will take notice that on tne ifth day of Marcn. ls7U, Lavinia G. and Emery M. Eastman tiled a petition in the Court of Common Pleas of Delaware county, Ohio, praying for pariition among the heirs and devisees of David G. Cruik shank deceased, of the following real es tate: Situate in Delaware county, Ohio; Beginning at the north-east corner of land once owned by Isaac Welch ; thence along Welch's east line south to the County Road leadina from Beeber's Mill to Alum Cre-k ; thence east along said road to the turnpike road ; thence north to thesouth-west comer of Mr-. Conway's land ; thence east along her north line to land once owned by Petr Harder; thence north along the west line of said Harders land to land owned by George Cruikshank ; thence westalongsaid land to the beginning; containing 13 acres more or less; same premises conveyed by Jacob Morgan to David G. CrnikshMnk; see Vol. 32, p. 318. Also, 50 acres of land in iame county, and being the west part ol lot number in Section 3, Township 1, Range 18 ; Beginning at a post on the Range line at the corner of lots 37 and 38; thence Houth 8 degrees east along the lot line 8iM poles, to the south- west corner of laud sold to J. B. Duteher; thence 0 degrees 45 minutes east to the north line of lot 8S; thence West on said line to the Range line; thence South on the Range line to the place of beginning. Said case will be for hearing at the next term of said Court. CARPER & VAN DEM AN, Attorneys for Petitioners. inni-cwpiH AUDITOR'S OFFICE,") OF DELAWARE COUNTY. DELAtTAHE, O., March 23, 1S70.J VT OTICE Is hereby jri-ren that n pe jJN tition w-as presented to the commis sioners oi Delaware couuty at a called ses sion, held at their office in Delaware, Ohio, on the 31st day of January, 1870, which pe tition was signed by T. B. Jones aud eight others, praying for the location of a Ditch situated ill Radnor township, described as follows : Commencing at the north side of a road leading from the Radnor Plank Road from Wm. P. Jones house west to the Scioio River, and at a point about 20 rods noi theasterly from the residence of Thomas 1 J. Jones, Lot No. 1, Section 1, Towns-hip 5, Range 20; thence in a northwesterly direc tion iu or near the present ditch through the land of said Jones and the land of V. Diidine to said Dildiue's west line; thence in a more westerly uiiectiou and in or near the present ditch through the land of Wm. Perry, deceased, to the Scioto River, a few rods north of an icland in said river, or far enough west to obtain sufficient fall. Also to include a side or lateral ditch, commen cing at or near the north-west corner of John R Priee's laud situated in east part of Range 2i; thence southerly through the land of said Price and V. Dildine and into the present ditch to the angle ; thence west erly until it joins the main ditch in the land of Thos. B. Jones. Which petition will have a hearing bv the said Commissioners on the 20th day o"f April 1S70, at 10 o'clock P. M. The apportionment of the costs and ex penses of making said location is estimated at 8125, and the apportionment of labor for constructing said. Ditch estimated as fol lows : EXCAVATION. TB Junes 45 44-100 rds at 52 29 per rd SIM 19 lit) 42-100 " " 3 02 " " 240 45 V Dildine 62 79-100 Rebecca Perry 81 27-100 WmHPerry 0 25-100 Olive Perry 23 33-100 Sam. Lewis 04 M-100 Thomas L Perry 44 3 82 2U1 Go 4 28 3 90 3 90 3 33 1 IS 23 i:a 37 78 93 MO 98 215 81 05 12 58 Total amount for Excavating fl, 1:30 38 GRUBBING AND LOGGING. T B Jones 4o 44-100 rds at .44 per rd ?:ooo at 13 52 79 2814 22 20 21 00 58 32 12 00 titi 42-100 " " .Ml V Dildine 52 79-100 " " iliO Rebecca Perry 3127-100 " " .90 WmHPerry 2n 24-luO " " l lo Olive Perry 23 33-100 " " .it) Sam. Perry 04 81-lnu " " ,90 Thomas L Perry 44 " " .27 Total Grubbing and Logging 207 64 EXCAVATION FOR SIDF. DITCH. Wm Watkins 3 63-100 rds at J2 fJ4 per rd $ 9 58 J R Price 88 79-100 " ' 2 1 10140 cx AVm Watkins' Road 3 82-100 V Dildine S4 85-100 " 0 " 24 54-100 17412 7fl4 49 70 91 20 18 40 18 15 54 94 $525 13 2 00 200 152 75 55 105 T B Jones 3-1 33 30-100 Total Excavation GRUBBING AND LOGGING. W Watkins S IW-100 rds at 90 cts per rd 5 3 26 J R Price 33 79-100 ' " 90 " " " 81 90 Total Giubblng and Logging J38 1 Flood Gtes' and Farm Crossings on line of Ditch JM 00 GRAND TOTAL. Excavation $j mi 49 (JrubbiiiK and Lousing '31 5 81 r iood Uates and Farm Crossings in 00 Locating 125 00 82,180 30 T T3 rwrv Auditor of Delaware county, Ohio. mr25-4w 1- . . - ? 'J ; . u , I - f -- ':. i i - - .1. I f L -,-". iiri - i eJt-'f-.xi-'X f jj - ' f'C: : : - ' " - r ' , SEWIXG MACHINES, THE S1GER SEWIXG JIACMIVES! ryiflK Slater Haanfaelmrlar Co.'i X !ten Kamtly Machine. No other family Sewing Machine has so rapidly won lavor In the household. The verv large sales of that popular machine, as shown by official returns, far exceed those of any oth er corn pan y.and this fact or result has been owing to its real merits hence its great and growing popularity. It is simple in con struetion.easily understoo.1.e u-ily operated all its parts gliding smoothly and noise lessly along not liafde to get out of order, has capacity fora gieatranire and variety of worn. sewin- all kindsol'clotii and with all kinds of thread, and with the numerous attachments for hemming, cording lues ing, quilling, trimming, niuding, braiding, Ac, and embroidering of nnuy ingenious, tasteful and difficult design, i tne most perfect of all family sewing machines. Any one who will take the tioubie to examine the merits of the different machines i-laim-inir attention. can soon discover whether we iaim too rtinr-h for ours. It would avail 118 nothing to make the above assertions if we were not ready to prove them, and all we ask Is a trial, for observation alone can Justly convey a clear impves-ion of the many kinds of work of which our xkw FAHU.Y MACHINE is cap-mle. TfIB FOLDING CASES, Whl- h opn with spacioiss tables tosustain the work, and which foil into tables or nox s to i lOtet l Hie machines, w' en mil ill us, . :'niii oust and meddlesome !iii-er are m: ie rtom choice woo,ls, eioiicHislu-d b. I ' l - - -1 i 11--1 'icsigns, thus, making our new f ,m ily -i- Itine not only an ornaim-litul nit-cot iu i n iiii-e. but. in some of th- more elnh- or-iicly finished machines, a work or; real ait THE ATTACHMENTS o o;:r new fjiniiiv machine, above referre to. ,-ire not only nurnerous.but highly useful oi the nurooses lor wnicn tne.v were i tei.d. d. Tuev need only a trial to show the. r great value. Among the most reet-nt of ihe attachments is the EJ1BSOIDERER. Of the different attachments of onr new family machine which have secured the at tention and approval of our customers that for embroidering, like the Hemmer, is one of the few instruments which will most please and satisfy the observer ol its real value. It isso simple in structnre, that any one who can sew on our macuine can use it, and w i'hout instruction. It may be attach ed to or detached from the machine in an instant. Without a lengihy description. and even then.it would be aimeuitio ae scribe ihe crreai. varietv of work that this little Instrument will do. Tne reader must not. sunnose that what we sneak b of a mere shain stitch operation, which is sometimes humorously termed embroidery. If de sired three rolois of any kind of thread may be nsi. d at any one time, and the colors or thread may be changed at the will of the operaior.by lemoving the sftools in useand putting others in tneirsteaa; tons as many oras few colors may be used as theoperator wishes. in t tie em Droinerin g oi any tarmenr A great variety of n stilts are pioduct d by the manner lu which I he t ens.cns are retu hired. Dittervni resulrs may be pioduced while the machine is in motion Dy simnl1 changing ihr tensions. Hesulisvaiy accoid ing lo the length oi'the stitches, kinds,color anil 1,-nsions Ol me tineaus, as wt-ii a-ssnr.e of the needles used. T he Embroiderer wil use any kind of thread. The use of zepl V woisted for certain dutdosks gives very pleasing resnlis. In order 10 get a just idea of this valuable aitacnmeni it win oe ue cessarvtosee ii in operation. M AN U F ACTU HI N G MAC II I NES. We would ask attention loonr new Button-hole Machine. which is theouly practical Button hole Machine claiming public attention Our manufacturing machines, for other purposes, are too well known to need com meut MACHINE TWIST. We have recently enlarged our suit Mills in ewarit, ri . J and furnish d them with the latest nni most improved machinery, which is being operated by highly skilled labor. We know and feel the importance of not only sup plying the users of our machines, but the trade generally with the best quality of MachineTwist, which we sell by measure rather than by weight. The system of selling by weight has given manuiacturers the oppoitunily oi so neaviiy weighting silk iu the process of dyeing as not ouly to greatly injure its quality, out also convey wrong Impression about its quantity. In this respect we mean to be above suspictlou The manner in which the sizes of silk are Graduated is also a matter of treat import ance, but we use the greatest possible care that the Graduating shall he exceedingly ac curate. In addition to manufacturing from the best quality of raw silk, the evenness of thread ami beauty of finish of the manu- faciured article will not, we t hink, be soon surpassed. Lai-ll spool ot silk manufactur ed by us, of any particular size or letter, Ir respeci ive or weight, contains the number of vards untited thereon. Length, strength t-ize quality and finish of the thread are to be looked to rather than weight. We are now silk manufacturers on a laige scale, anrl feel that a larsre trade can onlv be re. tained by us furnishing a superior article at a fair price. If oilier brands of Twist be offerri-d at a less price than ours, purchasers may restassuieo lliui it i imt-iiyr m yuan ty, oeincieiit in quantity, or nom. We have anil snail keen in stock at. on Central Office, and various auencies. Twist of all sizes and of the various colors and shades ol color in use, and whUh will be sold at New York prices. Th SInfrcrMaiiuracturiHS Co. No. 15 8 Broadway, TVeiv TorTa. Cincinnati Office, 61 WEST FOl;KTH STREET. II. X. HEFFKEIl, Agent tor De ware County, keeps all the difier styles ot Machines at Graft & Newto Shoe Store. Jan 7. 70 um Smith's American Organs C - I - Elegant in appearance, thoroughly con structed, with powerful and steady bel lows, with exqui-itely-voiced reeds, fine ly contrasted qualities of tone, and ingen ious mechanical contrivances for increase of power and for expression. No second-class work tolerated, and none but the best materials employed. Every instrument warranted for Five Years. Get tne Best ! Twenty Years Established I 30,000 in Use I Call on or address rr. c. o ' ik: a ir is , Delaware, Ohio, General Agent for the State, who will furnish any or these truly superior in struments direct from the Factory. Illustrated Price List free on application personally or by letter. apr8-6mos JOII. F. LATIJIER TAKES tikis opportunity of tender Ing his thanks to the citizens of Dela ware and vicinity for their libera patron age for the lust twelve or fifteen years, and would respectfully inform them that he has removed hiw Siore t the opposite side of the street, to the room formerly occupied by J. 8. Cox, which he lms fitted up in modern style, to meet the increased tie ma mi and taste of ur thriving City, and has made great additions to his Large and Varied Stock of Goods. He has on hand a line stock of " CII1CKEH1X; fe EMERSON and fully prepared to furnish any Piano made In the United States at the shortest notice, and on as Reasonable Terms as can be procured at any house in Ohio. He has also a splendid stock of - COTTAGE AND PARLOR Organs aiad iTJt'Icdeo.i, STATIONERY AJS'P . FANCY GOODS. He also Invites particular attention to his large Block of liuropean and American CIIROMO PICTIIIOS Axirl Frames. . Hoping by his long experience, and- v strict atlent ion to husiness. to mt.Hr. a nn . tinunce of their patronage. "" J'JlliX V. LAU.MEU. The Welatvare (T'ouiify Itlble Society . HAS Just Received a IVew Supply or Books from the Americun filble Hocle ty, which, with the stock on hand, makes the assortment full and complete in the va! nous styles ol Family and Pocket lllhles and Testaments. Also, lUhles and Testa ments in Hebrew, Arabic, Orcek, German and French huiKtnttfcH. For sale at the Ho ciety's 1 1st prices, at the Depository, C. Flail's Jewelry Htore. No. 8 Williams Block. jny7 jrETVEIrRT. WATCHES SIL.VER WARE ! BEITS G determined to keep the trade in these Goods at home, so far as LOW PRICES can do it, I have reduced prices of LADIES' GOLD, Poll Jewelled Lever Watches, To $30, 35 and 40. AJIERICi-ffTATCHES, In Silver Cases, Ta (Its, 18 and ao. All other Styles of Watches at equally Unc i-rxces. A large assortment of GOLD - CHAITS, rated at present low price of Gold. SOLID SILVER SPOOKS, at reduced prices. Rodger's Best Plalrd SPOOXS A!D FORKS,. Beat Q.nality Silver Plated & Ivory Handle TABLE ri Tl.SUt. EEAL SETH' TH0 MAS CLOCKS, at reduc -j lyric's. POCKET KNIVES, RAZlilts. -alll SCISSORS Warranted and sell i ff low. febll-tf No. 3 William Block for Tin: ii .. in. HISS It. HE1DER0 Wishes to In form the ladies of Delaware and vicinity. r."v that she has -.4 opened rooms V TT of dressing la (J -tz dies hair, Cut- ling nairnam pooniue. Curl in?. Crimping &c. fthe also Manufactures Wigs, Toupees. Curls, Friz zes, and Braids. She will fill all orders promptly, and on the most reasonable terms. Rooms on the North-east corner oi Winter and Union streets. Oct. 8. '(i9-ly GAIiElVA JVCUSERY T7-II,I, fnriiiwri Frnit Trees of all V sorts and varieties to order Apple, Pear, Peach, Cherry and small Fruits and Evergreens in assortment, Osage Plants. Those wishing to plant will find it to their best interest to give us a call before pur chasing elsewhere, as our stock is good. Send orders in early. R. HENDERSON, jan28-3m . , Proprietor. YVatcIies.ClocKs and Jewelry REPAIR. E O . J On F. LATIMER has, In connect ion with his business, secured the ser vices of W. H. NEWHALL, so long and fa vorably known in the City, and is now fully Jrepared to repair Watches, Clocks and ewelry, at the shortest notice, and in the most artistic style. All work warranted. Give us a call at the Music Store, jel JOHN F. LATIMER. COAL. IVEW CAL YARD. W. Ttf CLARK, General Dealer in Coal. HAS opened a new Coal Yard near the Railroad, directly north of the De pot. Orders may he left at the Grocerv Store of Galleher and Pierson, or at the office on Depot Street. seplu 69tf DEJVUIE E. BUCK, (Successor to Hills & Buck,) DEALER IX IIOCKIXG, MASSIt.I.O'V AND . ANTHRACITE COAL, Seirer Pipe and Drain Tile. Office CITY MILLS. Orders left with J. Hyatt & Co. will be filled promptly. jan2Stf ROSE Oil,. "2 . W3 w -B L 2 r w SS HZ e 5 Q e 5 u e e Q H M 5 r & I - 28 O a h ri g W fifi .5 5 5- 2 3 - m to - . ft 2 " - a - o - g fT7l. ; w i ii mi ! o e - o . Si-- a a ' c E ; i u u V - -. 3 - A J . s . cox, HEALER IN CROCKERY, Glassware, Table Cutlery and Plated Spoons, Forks, Castors and Cake Baskets, and Nickle Silver Spoons that will last for twenty-live years. American Block, Delaware, Ohio. my2S.tf ye Your Own Clothing J Jt,?,'r.rf c,ved larK of Pan Red Analine, . , . -Blue Analine, Oreen Analine," '" " Yellow Analine, Purple Analine, i- - - Urown Analine, ' 'HOWE BROTHERS. CU'd more" Cor. Bandusky una WilUani triets. , mi '?' ' I yly?JT rmtt or Carrlaaei ,r , viiieupest ana uest ever urouuht Delaware. Call and examine them " DRT GOODS. THE OLI CORIVER - IN FULL BEAST! MAMMOTH STOCK 'OF - WI1VTER GOODS, For Sale at the LOWEST Pri ces yet reached by any Estab lishment In the City. J. II. HBSDESHALL St, CO. Respectfully invite the attention of the trading public to their recent purchases of Elegant Mink Furs, in sets. New Styles Pfafd. for suits, Tteaittiful Shade. Povlins. Extra Heart and Rich Slack Silks, Chinchilla x Beaver aoaJang Striped Water Proof, for ladles' suits, Pouble Faced Water Proofs.dn, Fine All-Wool Double Faced Water Proof, do. Double Chain, do. Triyi PRESS CLOTHS and MFRINOKS, in Garnet Maroon, snd In nil the desira ble shades; New DRESS GOODS, in varietv : Full line of fine FLANNFLS. BLANKETS, and WOOLEN GOODS. Domestic Good AT Wholesale and Retail BUST GLOVES, HOSIERY . FANCTGOODS always in complete varieties, at Popular Prices nov26tf It A R ft A I 8 DRY O S GLOVKK BROTHERS ! 0- ITIany Kinds of Goods at Cost to close the in out. FTEH December 10, 1869, we will 11 offer onrStook at reduced prices and cheap er than the same kind of goods have been sold daring tha last FIVE YEARS. SPECIAL BARGAIA'S IN Dress Cioods, Cloaking-, "Water Proof, Cnderware, Blankets Sc Furs GLOTEU BROTHERS, Main Street, Below William. dec. 17. '69 tf. J. If. Mendenhall & Co. KEEPS constantly an hand Kentucky Carpet and Coverlet yarns In all Colors, Dayton Carpet and Dayton Single yarns In all Numbers HAMILTON Woolen Mills, Plaid Flannels, inBeautifui;style, Bellknap and Assabet Shlrtlng'Flnnnels, . Scarlet and Gray Twilled Flannels Full Line White Flannels in all grades. Shaker and Domet Flannels, Gay Plaid Opera Flannels Plain " " Woolen Yarns A-c. at .1. II. MESDENHiLL ; CO.'S. J. II. Mendenliall & Co. HAVE Just received a Full Line Fancy Cassimers.'Doesklns Satinets, 1 Beaver and Broadcloth Coatings, Springfield Doeskin, Jeans in all Colors, Hamilton Woolen Mills, Doeskins, Jeans, tc. Which will be sold at the lowest cash prices. jLANKKTg, Coverleds, Counterpanes, Quilts, Table Covers, Curtain Damasks, Lace Curtains, . Table Damasks, Napkins, Towlings OH Table and Stand Covers, at J. H. MENDENHALL A CO8. N K W styles Plaid and Fancy Cloakings Chinchella Cloakintrs. Albermarle double faced Repellnnts, Gold mixed and Black and White - mixed Waterproofs, At JT. H. MemdemhaOl . Co.'s. S. P. & SHIR n vile the attention of their customers and the public to their magnificent exhibition o Fall and Winter Goods, . at their spacious store; Opposite the Ranks. Having renewed our stock and greatly reduced our prices, we solicit from house keepers and others an Immediate inspec tion of our complete assortment of Sheetiugs, Shirtings. Tickinuo, Blan kets, flannels. Table Damasks, Cr8hew,Quillf, Carpets, Cnrtin, Lacex, Window Khndes ' - '- - Shawls, Balmorals, a - Print!, Delaines, Dress Goods, Ac. together with many other styles of desira ble goods at prices which will satisfy pur chasers. s. p. & j, j. sni'R ' ' Have now open a full line of Hosiery, , Cloves and Under tiarmenta, For Ladles, ;Gents and Children, at yrloe lower toan ever. In ' : Clotli & Cassiunere Departm't may "be found 'an'-'eleeant assortment of Men and Boy's weal, nt decided bargains. S. P. Sc J. J. SHI R Are constantly maklngto all their depart ments lame additions f fresh goods the Intent novelties, to wMch they Invite the InsiKjctlon of customers, , For excellence of quality and lowness or f rices none will bepermltted to underse hem. We buy and sell cashy NORTON POWKHS n Agents for the Great UM1TKU SXATKs TKA COMPANY feh26lf ROOTS &. SHOES. REAR THIS! SEW BOOT & SHOE STORE. THE (Fnderiigned is now opening In his ISew Rooms sontii end of the AM ERICAN HOUSE, in the room formerly occupied by the Delaware Connty aaucsai, oasn, an Extensive Stock of BOOTS & SHOES, Consisting in part of Ladies Misses French Kid. Morocco Polish Boots, . Congress & Laced Double Soled Gaiters Best in Town. Also a full Line of Heavy Work for Women & Children. Im also prepared to Manufacture !! kinds of Sewed . &lPegrged work n order. I also keep a lull Stock of French Calf, Kip & Stopa Boots on Sale that i not Trash but the genuine Article. rVimA find see me and tret Better Goods at smaller Prices than vou can net them else where. I have engaged the services of Mr. A. DINLAP as salesman, who win De happy to see his old friends. -. . OWE- SIcMAT-fUS. dec, 3. '63 ly. . HOOP-SKIRTS & CORSETS. Hoop-Sklrts, Corsets, Hosiery, liotlons ana Fancy uooas. THOMSON'S Cilove-Fitt ing "and ev ery other style of Plain and Fancy Im ported and American Corsets always on hand. Also, the Patent Kolf-Fastening Busks for sale. Any slylo or sliape of Iloop-Skiit made to order, on short nonce, and at the lowest New York prices. All work warranted. Give us a call, M IIS. It. A. K ELI.Y, SOSanduskv street, ryiposiie Court House, Delaware. Ohio my7-ly C.lRRI.itiKS, &c. DELAWARE C A It II I A r, S II O P ! Corner of Spring- V gnndatky Ss. WE CA.'OT RE EXCELLEB In Styles, Work, or Prices. Messrs. ETA5S & CAHSAIIAS rpiKE great pleasure in thanking I the citizens of Delaware and vicinity for the liberal patronage they have received during the past fifteen years, and to assure the public that their facilities for the man ufacture of all varieties of light vehicles are hetter than ever before and cannot be ex celled in Central Ohio. We now have a large stock of Carriages, open and shifting-top Buggies, Spring Wagons. 4c, manufactured of the very best material, in the late-t style and with the most elegant and durable finish. We employ the very best workmen and every vehicle we manufacture is made un der our immediate supervision. Our aim is to suit Ihe HOME TKAKrJ, for which all our work is made, and in which we hope to have established In the course of fifteen years a reputation for satisiactory work which deserves equal confidence wlih that bestowed on any loreign establishment. We employ no agents to blow for us for wages, but warrant every job that leaves our shop to give entire satisfaction. We nse better materials in the manufacture of all classes of buggies and carriages than any other establishment in this part of the State, and we will stake the price of a new buggy upon proving this if necessary. We have nw on hand some lhirty-flve finished jobs of which we respectfully in vite an examination, confident that we can suit any purcna-er in price and style, in every class of light vehicles. Call and be assnred that our work recommends itself. We cannot toe undersold. Repairing done neatly and promply. EVANS t CAllSAHiS. ' aprl-Craos - GROCERIES. ftAL,L,EIIErc & IIKItSO. Dealers In Groceries and Provisions " OF ALL KINDS; , Fruits, Auts, Candies, &c, &c, SANDUSKY STREET, II OUR NEW BLOCK, Sixth door north of J. Hyatt Co.'s Store, Pay the highest market price for Country, Produce of all kinds. WE will be pleased to see all tu old customers, and as many new ones as may favor us with their patronage. Wi intend paeking Pork this season, and will pay the highest .market price for dressed hogs, octlft 89 t o o f WHOLESALE GROCER. V.' T.. .III,t,ES, ' wholes am: a n o c n u No. 4 Williams Hlock, DEL AW AUK, OHIO. WIIi I constantly keep a good slock of Staple Groceries which will be-sold at wholesale only, at prices as low ns the market. . July II iv-tf . Early Rose Polaloes. WE have a line itork or t hi Jitly celebrated (r-otato which forearliness, productiveness anil tale ouulltiiss stands without a rival. We oltbr them at the low price ofSI.50 per Barrel or SiOO per bushel also the i IXAIfISDKI.1. KOIIWAY OATS, ' at .00 per bnshel.- . , ' ' Our Stock of Field, CJarden AND FIoAver Seeds, Is now feady, priced Catalogues of which will he sent flee to all applicants, B. 11. STAIR afc CO. Cle-reland Seed Store, Cleveland, O. febl8-2nii THIVGS, MEDICINE, &C. S. IYIIISAIVD Ac CO., (Successors to M. L. Starr.) The Upper Droar Store is thkIi lace to get Pure Drugs, Medicinet.Chemicals, Dye-stuff; Oils, I'aints, JPcrfumery, Preparations for the Hair t Teeth, Soap, Tooth Brushes, Brushes of all kinds. Paten. Medi cines, and every article w. ally to be found gin Drug Stores. Physicians Prescription Compounded with special care, anil can be reneu on lor purity oi materials and accu racy of composition. eD. Li. Hit. H. LYHttAJND S CO. WILLIAM STREET D IT U O STORE. pR,. J, TV. NKIL. la now recelTlng I and op-Dlng at his new Drug str, A finea.8rtmentof Fresh lruK-, MediiiineH, Oye Ktnft, Chemicals, l'ei fumerv, Hk, Paints, Soa pq. Hair Oil, Ilrnshes ofj.il k1nn. Also most of the PalVnt Medicines mw In use. In hort he meann to keen on huno n good assortraenr of everything requisite to hemuna m aiirue rrore. iiesiiies ne in tends riotnir an Office Prneticf. and such persons a may be attiicted witli (attcer fir Af-Tiima wouin uo w-1 1 ro give uim a can. Delaware, Feb. vS-TO-ly PAIXTS. niHlfEST(lfK' Srla-tlv Pnra T . 1 r Atlantic Lead, Zinc, Kock Paint, and all colors, both diy and ground in oil, for sale by N. U. STARR, Opposite American House. FRESH ItlJS -DECEIVED every week at the Can IV tral Drug Store, opposite the American House. jn. L . Ml Aitit, uruggist OILS. T AW and Boiled Llnacril Oil. Lard IV Oil, Neat's-foot oil. Fish oi, Lubricat ing Oil, and Coal Oil, sold by N. U. STARR. Druggist. Opposite'American House, Delaware, O. PURS' SPICES A ND strictly Pure Cream Tartar and isoaa, soki nr rne CENTRA J j DRIT STORK, Opposite American House STARR'S RCA I Y FJ1CI)Y SupercedeB tlie noceity of itnylue 2 cnts ior a inimoie inn i rain iv nier. 11 is etjuai to the hett Pain 4:ure8 in the market, nml costy but half as muoh, and warrnntpd to answer Just as well iu all caNcs. If you do not neiieve it, tryii. For ale. wholeHale and retail. lv N. TT STARK, Telawaro, O., and kept by all uountry Merchants. aprz itr FOR A VTEIIM-J rTV the line of DriiRfbla, anil at the L Drug Store ol is . u. N1A KB, ODDOSito Amei-lcan House. July 10, 'IW. Delaware, Ohio. BRUSHES, COIWns.'Perfumery, Toilet Soaps an Fancv'Artlcles. sold hv N. U. STARR, Druggist. I1YE STUFFS, "VP all kinds, and the hest quality kept constantly on nana at Df. V. STARR'S DRUG STORE, Opposite the American House, Delaware, O PURE VB.F-S 1VD Liquors, forjUIedlcinal Cues, for l sale hy IV. u. WTAltlt, limKirlst, Opposite American House, Delaware. Xo IIl-WTll'i?. It is warranted to enre lost orimiairei laste, xinell or liearln, Wat ei ins or Weak Eyes, offensive hreatli. Ul cerateil Throat or Month, Pain and Pressure in uif linn", anil ions or ju mory wnen caused as nil cf them frequent ly are hy the riiv-Hges of Catarrh. Jt Is pleusunt and painle-8 to nse, contains nostronir noion- ous nr caustic druas, but cmr bu Us mild soothing action. 1 will pay Sicxi Reward fora caseofCatairh that 1 cannot cure. FOR SALE BY MOST IlRI'OOI EVERYWHERE. Price only 50 cents. If your Di iiKulst hax not yet cot it on sale, don't be put oil" with some worse than worthh'ss stionis stutr, 'luinixntor." or poisonous caustic solution, winch will drive the disease to the lunos. instead of curing It, hut send sixty cents to me and the reme dy will reach you by return mall. Four packages, post paid, hiM, one dozen forSo. to. Send a two cpntstamp for Dr. Snires pam phlet on Catarrh: Address the Proprietor. K. V. PIERCE, I. I-, inr-2.-i-3m - Hukfalo N. Y. Or. Sargent "s Ir. Sarreiil'ti Or. .Saisrt'iil'x Or. Sargent's Or. Karg-cnt's Or. SaiRcnl's Or. Sargent's Or. Sargent's BAtKACnU PILLS, ure Diseases of the Kidneys, Dladder. t:urel)iseai-sor the Kidneys, Uladder. Cure Diseases of the Kidneys, llludder. Curel'lseascsof the Kidneys, Bladder This Celo luattd Diuretic Medicine is indorsed by Physicians and recom mended highly by all who liave used them. Thousands sulleriiii; have been restored to per fect health by their nse. Many cases being confirmed Invalids, who had Riven up all hape, and trleu other remedies without be inir lionetited. Thoy con tain nolhinir inju rious and are - sugar-coated. For Sale Tuy all Druggists and Dealer In Medicines. FIFTY CTATS PF.K IlOV, SUGAR-COATED. CA UTION. Take no other Medicine as a substitute for theme. I'ills, but if your druygist does not have theni, reipirst him to wriVv them. Sent by mutt uponrccetpt of price. HOLE PHOl'KIKTOa, GEO. -A. . KELLY, Wholesale OrugJat, Cor. -Voou Street and Second Arcane, PITT!sRUlUlH, PA. For Sale by .lOUX . PA11K, feM-Sm CINCINNATI. O. AVER'S II AIR VIGOR! For KesJorlnsr Cray Ilatr toiia atural Vitality and Color. A dressing' which Is at once ajtixeable, healthy and clU-cliiai for preserv ing the hair. Fudedor gray hair is soon rrstaret to its original color, with the ghiss and freshness of jrmtoV Thlu lintr Is thick cued, falling hair checked, and hnldness oft en, though Dot always, cured hy Its Notliinn can restore the liiilr where 'lie 'ol licles are dea-troyeal, or Ihe k In nils at mplllea Hod de.-jtyeil. Hut such as rcniMln mu iw saved lor usernlness hy thlMuppUCKlton. In stead of foullim th hair wlih a pasty He.li liii lil-s. It will kea p It clean and vlKorains. Ilk oc.i-tvslonal usa will preva-nl tha hair rranu turuniK ttrny or talllniz oir.aud consa-queiitly prevent baldness. prana Iroin those alelelu rlou suiistjincas which tnako some prepar ailons danircrous and Injurious to the hair, the ViKor can only benellt hut, pot barm it If wanieal merely for a II A I 11 DItK8SIN, nothing else can be found to ileslmble. Con talnlUK neither oil nor dya-, it doats not sol wblte cambric, tmd ya-t last Ioiiii on the hair, ttlvinai itu rich afhiaaaiy lu tre aud urates (ul purtume. Prepared by J C. Ayer & Co., iYacfioal anil iHinlj'tlBil (Iihiijh, UlWlXLl, llASS. PRICK, tl.OO ' a LYBUANli Co., AKents, Delaware aud lor alo Dy all di UKtjlsU aud lueulmue Dealers every where. febli! ix-I ADVKItTISUC; it.4Ti:s. rriHB Delavrarc Gazette hu a larc-er I Circulation than any other i- p-r In the Sill Congressional IiHtrict, which r-mlers it VMliiHhle adverliKiritf nietllmil. the ftl(rw- ing,chedv.le of it-ices will be si'ii v ailiered lo o rs &- 1 . -V. - a. M k; s r.s t- s E3 1 5 f Hit j c c c - : 2" tr ? 15 z. . J- S ! C -i O ; . 3C f Z- S - t - .i-x-13:CJia.lCfc 0 J. Is IUA s 5 i 1 - si :ii i v " -f 2 T I ' IB v Z x 3 i-? 3 - 55 z e u -I -ii; t. ,1 I "2 S 3 5 a -- i i' c as F.'1 It- - " AtUciunenl, Divorce, A 1 ill 1 r I t r - lor'i mill fciecmor' iiHli) fttr iM-tort- luseitl ,i)tlrra, liui'-.t le , a- i, l -o Mil h or- eltrn and Transient Ad vtrt lulls . UtV None hut stid metaito cuts iiiscrtea. EKTISTS. A . P O W E Is Is , 'N.'V ... S 17 U ii E ."V HEAT I ST, l nviire, Olilu, Qplee formerly occupied bi the Probate Jivlje WILLIAMS' I!l,ti. ALL pcrKoiiM In nan) of AIC TIFICIAr TEETH, or any kiinli.f Demai. Wobk, are re." poet I'ii '. ly itivi'i i in fiill m d exatuine hi" fiiflereM s'y'c? of wotk in Purcihi in , liithber, Cmitinnoti Cum, Gold, cr aay kirnl of work now usiiaily worn. A 1 kin. I i-f Dentistry executed at the m !' rcafonalile rates an) in tK Hint of S'yh; arid warranted to f perfect satit-fadiou. Parlieul.ir ctteu lion p:iid 'o FlI.LlNO and KkucLATI.vo the Natural Teeth. i. a. iowi:i.i,. dec. 10, '09 tf. F. Kmmoss. J- M. Hurr O Ii .'V T I S T R 1' ! DKS. EMKOMS t ROPP r. pert fully Otler their sa-rvtces to tlie pui-ll'-us tlie successors to Dunn A Kmniims, :il tlie out t-KtaOlislied olhce In Ix-laware, a- riiii-tlrul lV'l.tisls and liiunulitclurers !' I '"I c.-l in n , Kuhlier, miiI nil kindsof work usioill won.. Our Ulirlvulltil Porcelnlll Plate. Willi leelh and Ktiins mi closely Ti-s-llil'l ; ii llntuie r-s lo deceive l he liest jui!t;i's, haviioi in i n iwl In llilMiiiiiiiiiiiiliy lor twelve year-, with Increasing poitihn it , we coiit1'l iiily re,--oiiiniend as litii. uiiriiunlli d Ln Ik ui.I v. cleMllllness, duraOilily, perlei t In til tni'l hII destratile qu ilities. I'HrtifUiur Htumion pail to FlIliliK, Kegulatin-: and t 1. - r -1 ' u the natural 'leeth. K.MMu.NS A Klii P. JIILLIA'ERV. LAUI E", ATTIi.TI t?. lAUOi: and SPLEMHD r-" - ; I -l ' I f- ' STrt UK ol IIILLI.M'iirV rWOfLD respect-ftiliy anunnurr to the citi.ens I" Ltelnwaro nl viriniiv that f have on linni nt nit timi a choice and well Kvleotott stotk of ofHLLOERY and EA.AC'V ilHHSS! The latest' styles of BONN KTS and HATS, RIBBONS. FI.I!MI', ORNAMENTS, snd STRAW TRIMMINGS BONNET .t II AT FRAMES, VEILS. I. ACES ..ml EMRKOIDEUY. nANDKERPITIEFS, COLLARS a,,,. ri'FFS, STAMPFP APRONS. CORSETS, IHM'P-PKTRTS, HOSIERY. Ac. I have also added to my M 1 I.I.I NKRY, fine stock of I IS A" (i it O I S ! Which win Ie to yonr Interest to cvumlne before purchaairij. a- Call ami sa-e. I am prepared at all times to attend promptly to all orders of Millinery. DON'T FORGFT MY I.Ot'ATl'lXA fa-w doors tiorth af l-'.vans HJm-k. m. c wesi:ix, No. 8 South Main Street, IVlaware, O. July 2-1 no Till: CAiiOOX PA TEAT IS HOY IMAM ... :.-t-,- t K 1 ' v 1 t s 'V N li 5 I- I3AII si:ed sty i:n i PRIC E, ON1Y $10. The (areata! and t'henresf I.aHor-WaviliK ritmi a i ia-1 nt-o t in i ne if ii a a-ni urv. Kvery Kariaer wiil bave anna aa lia-u lia knows wlml they Will do. Send lor Circular. LEWIS SCIt ILI.IHO, tleneral Agent, Salvm, Ohio. r AGENTS W ANT K D . " P K-flr, rn. Il ..f lll I will ll. Uv. l- . Hanat led lioucr, lo my express aaTir ibux tree), lo any aodra-ss. Sand to I.KWH Kl.'ttll,I,INU. H,iH.m. O.. for a Hanisda II Norway Oai tiicuiur. fTha an ial th-aal flaalal f' tints I a,i.r ... w. .. lollalisl to 1 l cll Hum it, wioa - aal Norway. "Ed. Hat em Jtupnolte-tn. It I i