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t . "The late war" certainly had many j The foundations for j T. . . , j - trouble and prosperity are both louna in j the late war Amonsr other things in- ' a!iTTiratffl bvthe (Teat "unpleasantne: was an era of extravagance that has not yet terminated. Shoddy then shone in all its glory- Shoddy shines still, but we now forget the why and wherefore of the "shine ; admiring the result and for getting the means by which it was pro duced. It is curious to notice how suc cess is chronicled by personal adorn ment. Shoddy made its success known by its diamonds and silks and velvets. Thousands of men and women to-day put the result of their labor upon their backs or their fingers, in order that the world may see it. How often we hear wise old ladies remark, "My gracious, how the women do dress now ; I can't see how they do it." Some people do it by residing on the top-floor of a tene ment house, and living on the meanest fare. When they go out it is much like' the beautiful butterfly leaving the grubby cocoon. Dress must be had, even at the expense of the stomach. Young girls lead a life of shame for dress. The salesmen in dry goods stores grow thin and pale, but they dress well. Everything goes for dress ; and the man or woman that dresses well is respected. A wo man dressed in silks and satins remarks to a car conductor that she has "left her pocket-book at home." "All right, madam ; some other time." A poor woman, in dilapidated attire, makes the same excuse, and the conductor remarks that "that game is played out." An honest heart may beat under a ragged coat, but it is rarely respected. A7. Y. Star. HABKTWin'ISlu. I have a horse by the name of Jericho. He is a mare. 1 have seen remarkable horses before, but none so remarkable as this.. I wanted a horse that would shy, and this fills the bill. I had an idea that shying indicated spirit. If it is correct I have the most spirited horse on earth. He shies at everything he comes to with the utmost partiality. He seems to have a moral dread of telegraph poles especially ; and it is fortunate that these are on both sides of the road, be cause as it is now I never fall off twice in succession on the same side. If I fell on the same side it would get monoton tous after a while. The crearure shied at everything he has seen to-day, except a haystack. He walked up to that with an intrepidity that was astonishing. And it would fill any one with admira tion to see how he preserved his self- possession in the presence of a barley sack. This dare-devil bravery will be the death of this horse some day. He is not particularly fast, but I think he will get me through the Holy Land. He has only one fault. His tail has been chopped off, or else he has set down on it too hard some time or other, and he has to fight flies with his heels. This is very well, but when he tries to kick a fly off the top of his head with his hind feet it is too much of a variety. He is going to get himself into trouble that way some day. He reaches around and bites my leg, too. I do not care particularly about this, only I do not like to see a horse too sociable. THE BOCfttKT WATCH. This new style of watch is one of the most ingenious and exquisite pieces of mechanism ever seen. It is a miniature time-piece, enclosed in an artificial rose, which is intended to be placed in ttie centre of a bouquet, so that a 'lady may be able to consult the time without of fending the dignity of her cavalier. The watch is exposed or concealed from view at pleasure by opening or closing the lower, the calyx and stem ot which are made of gold and the petals ct silk, The leaves are so arranged and connec ted with a slide in the stem tnat Dy mov. mg the slide they are made to move spirally, spreading or closing themselves up according to the direction of the movement, drawing the petals with them, and changing the flower from a bud to a fullblown rose, and vice versa. The stem is long enough to protrude through the stock of a bouquet, so that the slide can be easily worked. Ihe "bouquet watch, arranged m the centre of a bouquet with the petals of the rose closed up, attracts no more at tention than an ordinary rosebud, and resembles one ; but, at the pleasure of the lady carrying the bouquet, the petals are opened, and in the centre of the flower the dial, which is of the circum ference of a silver dime, is exposed to view. Francis Bret Harte, the California hu morist, was born at Albany, State of New York, and is now thirty-three years old. In stature he is about five feet eight inches ; rather slim, and slightly inclined to stoop ; in complexion, dark. The regularity of his features, which are of the Grecian type, is somewhat dis turbed by the prominence of his nose. His beard is worn after the mutton-chop style. In dress he is exceedingly neat ; in manner, polite, unassuming and dig- ninea, ana altogether unpretentious in bearing. From 184.7 to i860, both inclusive there arrived in New York 1 ,644,009 Irish and 1,616,25; German emigrants. During ten monts of 1870 58,376 Irish and 63,377 Germans arrived. 1 he ex cess 01 Germans tor the present year is 5,001, while in the aggregate since 1847 the Irish outnumber the 1 eutons by 27, 755. Had peace prevailed in Germany this majority would have been reduced and perhaps overcome. CXOTIIIXG. OPUIl V HOUSE CLOTHI1YO STORE ! IS now receiving its second stock of fal and winter clothlug of Coats, Pants, Vests, Over-Coats, chirts, buspenders, bocks. Under Clothing, lists. Caps, Trunks, - ' &o. at lower prices than can be found in Cen tral Ohio. Opera House Clothing Store, has the latest and nobbiest styles of cassi mere suits in town. Opera House Clothing; $fer, hf 'J?,e l!?"1 mae Over-coats both in Satti net, Cloth and Beaver, to be found in Dela ware. Opera House CiotSUii? Store, has the best light of any store in town. IV. A. SMITH, AT THE Opera ESouse CiotSilus Store, Will do a fair and honorable business with all who call upon him. No misrepresenta tion of g-oods. It having been currently reported that a certain man of this town Intended to play me out In three months, and not disap point him I have concluded to CITE AWAY MY GOODS at most astonishingly low prices. Iow is Your Time, FOR KAIifJ IS. Remember the Place, Opera House Clothing Store ., SeptSO-tf A FTKR two ' XV the "Rose Light" in Th-. . " J the constant daily increase o? Un,y """J have made such arrarff L2f.con.Boners. I A. Rose, that from this aa.it-, ti. -if" 1,'-..B e Burnin Fluid-is redSo?a,0"'t5 gallon at the Delaware Lluht Hm,B 8 per J. C. ilRFirni. Oct-S8-tf Bole Agent Delaware 0o. ANOTHER Cargo of choice TEAS Jnst received at (to sell at old prices) foDiwif DONAVIN POTWIN'S BUSINESS CARDS neatly printed In latest style, at nrices from sa rn.riiA.n. ward at the GAZETTE JOB OFFICE1. SEW ADTEIITISEME.VTS. , 1 mate for Produce. STREVER yy BKAYTON, 7 Barclay t New York, voiiiuiissiou aiercitsnit lor me sale 01 j,,;,, vame, Butter cheese, Kugs, and all kinds o! Country Produce. Weekly priced i current ana maming pmtes free to stiip- i per. rirst-Ciass references nrn'Khea. ITorth Hissouri Lands FOR S.t LE Hannibal and M. Joseph IX. II. About 125.00O Aeres of the Finest Frmlnf and GrulRg Land In Ihc United ttiatct. for sale at low prices and on easy terms: tons enabling an indus trious man witn small capital to pay lor bis land with money earned from it. Missouri is not too far West to be at a great distance from market; Its Railroad facilities are great and constantly increas ing:: tne climate issniendid.and gooaciops are almost a certainty ; while the numer ouh thriving towns and cities springing op on every baud attest beyond doubt that the Dllgntoi slavery nun uecn euecmaify uihi pated. and that Katstern men and Kastern capital are doing their perfect work. OFR LAXD8 DEFY COMPETITION. Send for full descriptive Circulars and Sectional Maps, enclosing -31 eta, and stating what paper you saw this in, to tUWABU WlljUR.lt. Land Commissioner, Hannibal, Mo. THE SEW YOKE METHODIST, ATS EIGHT PACES WEEKLY. Now In Its Eleventh Year, publishes Ser mons, a Serial Story for the Family, a u-w Children's Story every week, Chai with the Little Folks, Editorials by th- best Methodist writers and other, F.reiuu aud Domestic Correspondence, full Depart ments of Religious and Secular intelligence Price 2 oil a year. Liberal premiums or cash commissions to canvassers. Subscrtp tious commence at any time. For speci men, enclose a two cent stamp to prepay postage. Address THE METHODIST, 111 Nassau St., N. Y. Tb.9 Best Paper, AKD TIIK Lest Inducements ! This Quarter's 1 3 numbers 8E.VT FIIKK to all subscribing, before Dec. 170, f..r next year's Fifty -two Number of MOORIi'S RUHAL XEW-YORKEK, THK GREAT ILLUSTRATED Rural & Family Weekly, FOR TOWI AID COUNTRY. Thi Ritkal, bow In Its 21st year, is not only the Largest, Best and Cheapest, but by far the Lrg.Clreaiiing Journal or its Class in tbe World Z National in Character, Ably Edited, Su perbly illustrated and Printed, it is the BEST AjICUICAX WEEIil.V! It Is the Standard Authority on ail branches of Agriculture, Horticulturk, &c. As a Literary and Family Paper it is a favorite in many of the best families all over the Union, Canada, Ac. Inded, Moore's Kcbal has no Hived tt its Sphere, and is the Largest Illustrated Journal on the Continent each number containing Sixteen Five-Column Pages, (double the size of most papers of its class.) it is the paper for tbe East, West, North aud South. TERMS, INDUCEMENTS, Ac. . TERMS $3 a Year of 52 Numbers, and only S 50 in Clubs of Ten. This Quarter's 13 Numbers sent UlEE.as offered ooove. Our Club inducements for 1871 are unpre cedented. Specimens, Premium Lists, &c, sent free to all forming Clubs, and we want a live Club Agent In every Town. Address 1. D. T. MOORE, 41 Park Row, New York. HOLIDAY JOHIAAL lor 1S11 Contain? a Christmas Story, Splendid Plays, Magic Sports, sfcc.t 48 pages; il lustrated. Sent Fre on receipt. of one stamp for postage. Address ADAMS k CO., Publishers, Boston. MASONIC BOOKS. Agents Wanted. Send for Circular. Ad dress Masomic Pub. Co., 432 Broome St., New York. A CHRISTMAS GIFT to all Yearly Subscribers to Appleton's Journal, published Weekly. Two Months Subscrip tion Gratis. The months of November and December, 1870 given gratis to all sub scribers remitting for the year 1871. Any one detirous of making a trial of the Journal to see whether they like it, can have it for TWO MONTHS on remitting DaFlftT Cents. Picturesque Amfrica, consisting of splendidly executed viws of American Scenery, commenced in November. D. Ap- plkton t Co., Publishers, New York. GEN. ROBT. E. LEE'S LIFE. Nearly ready for Publication, the Biography ot ues. jtiont. iee, uy jima ilstes Cooke, author of "Life of Stonewall Jack son," "Wearing the Grey," etc. 1 vol., 8 vo. 500 pages, Illustrated. To be sold by subscription. AiitMS wa i nu D. Appleton fe Co., Publisbers, N. Y DON'T WASTE TIME AN D LABOR by using up an old Axe. Send SI 50 to LIFFINCOTT S BAKE WELL, Pittsburgh, Fa., and they will send a tip-top Axe. Ex- pressaite paid. Half a day lost in grinding will thus be saved. fae foTiTid of CrnrntitOuN ImprtiftJ '..-ttiniti'v r-miT will mair? iwelTi-qsnHJ -a linnd-forae Sol som. Ai rour Grij ;iT ftiv it aud Trv it. CuAUt'TOX JiitOHiKrt. S-t Xxout :M- ork- PERKINS 4 HOUSE'S PATENT IT ON --EXPLOSIVE METALLIC EEECSENE LAMP. t .. ...!.. t.f. from explosion or t, L-. ,,,, 1.. mi-nit fin V Coal Oil good Or bad ; gives more light, no odor, and uses less oil. ' . t . "It is perfectly non-cxjxoaive. me is belter than i- produced by any other lump." u. s. 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Any lady or gentle man can make 91,000 a month, secure t heir own happiness aud Independence, by obtaining PsYCHOMANCY, FASCINA TION, or SOUL-CHARMING. 400 puges; cloth. Full instructions to use this power over men or animals at wilt, how to Mes merize, become Trance or "Writing Me diums, Divination, Spiritualism, Alchemy, Philosophy of Omens and Dreams, Brigham Young's Harem, Ouide to Marriage, Ac, all contained in this tiook ; lUO.OuO sold ; price by mail, in cloth $1 25. paper covers 81. No tice. Any person willing to act aa agent will receive a sample copy of the work free. As no capital is required, all desirous of fenteel employment should send for the ook, enclosing 10 cm. ior poslage, to T. W. EVANS & CO., 41 South 8tli St.. Philadel phia. Wants not all Supplied. SPECIALLY those of having a 1A good ana aurame likeness of THEMSELVES ASCD FR1KXDK. These can be bad ut ISO South iTIain Street, by leaving a small picture of any fclze, von so small as those in lockets, miide any hi?.u np to Life Size, Colored In Oil whir h we continue to assert is the only really dura ble coloring In use. Will nelthv grow lighter nor darker, continulng.tb e same for ages, can be cleaned at any time by Water or Oil without fear of injuring the picture. Put up in the best Frames, costing 1.0 more than water coloring, or Indian Ir.k. Satis faction irlvcn In A,.u.,r .... r.. to taae tbe work. Give us a call befoie ma king your orders. uov-l-ly , MRS. SI. N. BtlUtBOLDER. rpllR highest J. KfRA price paid, ror RVE W, by re2r nONAVIN A POTWTN. SHERIFF'S SALES &C. Sheriff's Sale RelnJiard A Co., ") IH prise. vs. vX the command? of N. T. Hedden, et at j a Vendl Issued by the Court of common Pleas of Franklin county, and to me directed. I shall offer for sale, atpublic vendue, from the door of the Court House, In tlie town of Delaware, on Saturday, December IT, A. D. 18TO, at 10 o'clock A. M., tbe following described real estate, to-wit : Inlots Nos. 8 and 9, in tbe town of Har lem, Delaware county, ntateof Ohio, levied aa the properly of I- Tyler. novltj-5wpf5 25 Sheriff". Sheriff's Sale. George Myers, vs. ' 31" parti nc Vlof the com- Patrick McDonald, etal.i mands of an Or tal.) der of Sale Issued from tbe Court of Com mon Pleaa of Delaware county, Ohio, and to me directed, I shall offer for sale, at pub lic vendue, from the door of the Court House, in the town of Delaware, on Satnrday, December XT, A. D. 1870, at 10 o'clock A. M., the following described real estate, to-wit : "Situate in the County of Delaware, State of Ohio, and being in Kange 19, Township 6 Section 1. and bounded and described as (follows: Beginning at a stone on a post at tnenortneast corner or lands owned ov John Elliott, said corner being on the South Danic oi the east Drancti ot toe w netstone River; thence South S3 degrees 4rt minutes wests poles, souin si degree jo minutes west 14 poles, sooth 82 degrees west 20 poles to a small elm tree ; thence Sou t h 2S degrees west i,l poles to a post and stone in t he road ; thence North 63 degrees west 114 Dories to a rjost and stone : thence North 44 deg ees 15 minutes west 17 poles and 18 links to a post ana stone; tuence oi 3 ueKreew west 3 pi .les and 9 links to a p-st; thence North degrees west 19 poles to a post and stone; thence S. olHdegrces west 2 po'es and 17 links to a post aud stone ; thence North 7 degrees 15 miontrs west 18 p-des aud 21 links to a post and stone; ihence Nortn 61 decrees east 7 Doles and 8 links to the center of the river ; thence North 40 degrees east 12 poles and 12 links ; thence up the center ui llie river uunu -j i" ' es iu iuv Elm on the north bank of the river ; thence 44 decrees east 3 poles and 7 links to an elm and blckory ; thence South 31 degrees east 9 poles and 7 link to a walnut tiee; thence South J;i decree east i.y poles to a buckeye: thence South 5 decrees east li poles to a point on tbe bank of the river, south 48 degrees east 14 poles, north 584 de grees east 8 Doles, north tl degrees east 27 1-5 poles to a point near two buckeyes ; thence South 8 poles and lb links to the place of beginning, containing a acres ana txi 4i-iuu, be the same more or less. WILLIAM BROWN, novl8-5wpfS15 Sheriff. Legal IVotice. DORATHA BOWERS, Oeo'rge Mow ers, William Bowrrs, Margaret Cum mings, Charlotte Orcutt and her husband Monroe Orcutt. Joseph Bowers and Monroe Orcutt as Administrator of Joseph Bowers deceased, 01 ueiaware county, unio, ana Mary Morrison and her husband Alexan der Morrison, of Henry county, Iowa, Harah Jane Hann and her husband Hngh Hann, of Winterset county, Iowa, and Joseph Alexander Morrison, whose resi dence la unknown, will take notice that a n .... HI. ,.4 .1. ...in.., ... n t 1 . A day of October, A D. 1870, In the Court of common Fleas wunin ana lor tne county of Delaware, State of Ohio, by Doratha M. Huff and her husband Lewis C. Huff, and is now pending, whereiu said petitioners de mand partition of the following real estate, to-wit : Situated In Brown township, coun ty of Delaware, and State of Ohio, in Sec tion 4, Township 5, Range 18, Lot 13, north half united States Military District; con taining 87Vi acres more or less. Also, In same Section. Township, and Range, the north part of lot No. 14, bounded and de scribed aa follows; Beginning at the north east corner of a lot of 53 acres and 84 1-10 perches conveyed off said lot No. 14 to Stapleford Heaverlo by Lewis Olney and wile, and running thence North 8 degrees 50 minutes west 175 41-100 poles to the center of Alum Creek; thence up the center of said creek to the north line of said lot No. 14 ; thence East on tbe north line of said lot No. 14 to the northeast corner of said lot; thence South on the line between said lots 13 and 14 to the place of beginning; containing 60 acres more or less. Also, in same Section, Township and Range, the south half of lot No. 12, containing 84 acres more or less ; being the premises owned by Joseph Bowers at the time of his neatnanuoi wmcnneaiea siezea, ana on the 9th day of December, A. D. 1870, or as soon thereafter as the same can be heard, the said petitioners will apply for an order that partition may be made of said prem ises and that dower be assigned to said Doratha Bowers. Dated this 22d day of October, A. D. 1870. DORATHA M. HUFF, and her husband LEWIS C. HUFF. By Jokes A Hipplk, their Attorneys. oct28-6wpf?1750 NOTICES. In Bankruptcy. In the District Court of the United States, for the jsorthern xnstnet oj unto. iN tbe matter of Stiles R. Hettleton, 1. Bankrupt. A warrant in Bankruptcy has been issued by said Court against the estate of Stiles R. Nettleton, of Lewis Cen ter, in the county of Delaware, of the State of Ohio, in said District, adjudged a Bank rupt npon the Petition of Isaac Eberly et al, his creditors; and the payment of any debts, and the delivery of any property be longing to saia Danarupt, to mm or to nis nse, and the transfer of any property by him, are toroiaaen Dy lay. A meeting 01 the Creditors of said Bank rupt, to prove tbelr debts and choose one or more Assignees of his estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy to be bolden at Delaware, in said District, on the 19th day of December, 1870, at 10 o'clock, A. M., at the Court House, In said Delaware connty, be fore H. C. Hedges, Esquire, one of the Reg isters la Bankruptcy of said Court. HARRY THOMPSON, Deputy U. 8. Marshal, Messenger. F. M. Keith, Jr., Attorney for Petitioner. nov2o-2w Notice. THK Stockholders ct tbe Delaware and County Line Tarn pike Company are hereby notified that the tenth install ment ot 10 per cent of the Capital Block of said Company will be due and payable on Ihe 17th day of December, 1870, to David Bevan, Treasurer of said Company, at the Store of C. Hills 4 Co., Delaware, O. HENRY W. CHAMBERLAIN. nov4-6sv Sec. of the Company. IVOTICE. rpHB Stockholder! of the Delaware A Berksnire ana annDury Turnpike com pany are hereby notified that the Ninth Installment of ten per cent, of the capital stock of said company will be due and pay able on the4th day of December, 170, to W. E. Moore, Treasurer of said Company. sar- Many of the Stockholders are behind in regard to the payment of their Install ments, and the Company are in great need of money. The subscriptions must be paid promptly. W. M. CHANDLER. nov!8-St President. BOOTS & SHOES. li. B. WALDO & CO. HAVE JUST RECEIVED LARGE NEW STOCK OF BOOTS and SHOES! Bought since the last all in Gold, and are selling lower than ever. Don't Forget the Place! novlS-4t READ THIS! NEW BOOT & SHOE STORE 'THE TJnderslgnJd is now opening In X his New Rooms south end of the AMERICAN HOUSE, in the room formerly occupied by the an Delaware County N attonalBa: .it. extensive siock 01 ROOTS & SHOES, Conslstingln part of Ladles 4 Misses French Kid, Morocco Polish Boots, Congress & Laced Double Soled Gaiters Best in Town. Also a full Line of Heavy Work for Women & Children. 1 am also prepared to Manufacture all kiod of Sewed & Pegged work Jo order. I also keep a full Stock 'if French Calf. Kip & Stofra JJ.iuH on Sale that it not Train hut the (fcnuinr. Article. Coma and see me and get Better Goods at Mmaller Prices than you can get them else where. I have tugnged the services of Mr. A. DUN LAP as hulesraan, who will be luippy to see his old friends. OWEJV McJIAHfUS. I dec 8, '69 ly. Wells and Cisterns DUG AND CLEANED IN THE BEST of Manner and on reasonable terms by ths nndersigned. Have had thirty years expe rience and fully understand the business. Apply at the third house east of the Iron Bridge, on North street. 1uly-22-tf PATRICK DOBBIN.. 1AIES FOIt 1870571. Notice to the Tai-Pajers of Delaware County. In pursuance of law, I, James Cox, Treasurer of said county, do hereby notify the tax-payers thereof, that the rate of taxation for the year 1S70 is correctly stated in the following table, showing the amount levied, in mills, on each dollar of taxable property in each of the incorporated Towns aod Townships in said county: STATE LEVY. ! C : , O : 30 o !e 2. 5 CB : CO a' Townships 3 c akd 3 p a Towns. Berkshire Galena Spt-cl Pi-'' Stinnury t-ec 1 Pis Berlin Hrosrn Edeu Village Concord Delaware Delaware Yillsze... Genoa Harlem Kings ton. Liberty...... Marlborough Oxford Ashley Village Orange Porter Radnor... Scioto Thompson Trenton Troy Each person charged with taxes for the year 1S70. on the tax duplicate of Delaware county, may, at his option, pay the full amount of such taxes on or be fore the 20th day of December, 1870; but each tax-payer is required, by lar, to 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 following. A penalty of five per cent, is imposed by law upon all bills not paid by the time specified. Office hours from 8 o'clock a. m. to 4 p. m. Office elosed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas, New Years and Fourth of July. Don't all come the last day. JAM Lb OJ, Treasurer's Office. Delaware. Ohio, October 28th. 1870 - 6w Treasurer Delaware County. DRY GOODS. Just Received JKW Styles Shawls, Boulevard Skirts, Embroidered Scarfs, Sashes A Sash Ribbons, Beavei Cloaking. Astrachan Cloths, .Velvets A Velveteen Sackings, all at popular low prices J. H. MENDENHALL 4 CO. P"ISK Carriage Robes, Horse Blankets, Beaver Collars, Driving Gloves, Foot Mats, &c, &e, J. H. MENDENHALL 4 CO'S. jyjARSKILLES Quilts, German Coverlets, White Blankets, 3 75o 4 50 5 00 to 1100 at J. H. MENDENHALL CO. rj0 tua Ladles of Union Countyi Yon are respectfully invited to inspect our elegant display of New styles Dress Fabrics, Heavy Gro Grain Silks 200 220 235 275300 Rich Poplins, In colors, Stylish Plaids, Large Suitings, Velvet Cloakings, Rich Velveteens Astrachans, Water Proofs in new colors, only prices the lowest In the west. J. H. MENDENHALL &CO. JX I RA Fine Furs, We have now a very fine stock of Fresh Mink in Setts, " and other Furs, We give especially attention to this de- Lnartment and sell fine Furs as low aa a com mon article is usually sold for elsewhere. nov-18-tf J. II. Mendenball & Co. To the Citizens of the Eastern part of the County. IEW FIKM in OAL.EIVA. HORACES J. MITHARD, Tor six years past, connected with Onborn, Kershaw 4 Co., Columbus, and G. C. Hoov er, have bought out the busines stand of O. P. Mason, and formed a co-partneshlp under the name of HOOVKH fc MAYS ARD. r I hey here Just returned front HTETT YORK, with a full line of Fan and "Winter Dry Goods, and such other goods as have been sold here before. These. In addition to the new goods our predecessor had jnnt bought, make a stocK which Is not excell ed in this part of tbe county. Prices as low as in Columbus or Delaware. Yon are respectfully invited to call and xamine goods and prices. foct7-2m S. P. & J.J. SIH It nvtte the attention of their customers and the publlo to their magnificent exhibition o SITCTltlER GOODS, at their spacious store. Opposite the Ranks. Having renewed onr stock and greatly reduced onr prices, we solicit from house keeper and others an immediate inspec tion or our complete assortment oi Sheetings, Shirtings. Tickings, Blan kets, Flannels, Table Damasks, Crashes, Quills, Carpets, Cortin, Laces, Window Shades Shawls, Balmorals, a Prints. Delaines, Dress Goods. fec. together with many other styles of deslra- Die goods at prices wnicn win aausiy pur. chasers. S. I & J. J. SHUR Have now open a full line of IIoBlerv. Gloves and Under Garments, For Ladles, LGents and Children, at prioe lower tnan ever. In Cloth & Casslmere Departm't may be found an elegant assortment of Men s and Boy's weai , at decided bargains. S. P. & J. J. SHUR Are constantly making to all their depart ments large additions of fresh goods the latest novelties, to which they invite the Inspection of customers. For excellence of quality and lowness of prices none will be permitted to nnderee them. We buy and sell for cash. S P. J. J. SHUR. BOOK. BINDING. ROOK RHYDERTf ! THE Undersigned has Just opened a Book Bindery in the room over the Meat Shop ol Bauble & Co., south side of Winter street, 8 doors west of Sandusky, where he is prepared to execute orders for all varieties of binding, including Pamph lets, Magazines, Newspapers, Music Books, Order Books. 4c. Have had a long and thorough experience in the business Terms reasonable. Call and see my work WILLIAM GOERKE. anr10-7o,'ivr MISCELLANEOUS. DELAWARE COUNTT TEA COMPANY! Ahead of all Others. A new lot lust received TOtJEG HYSON, - - $1 20 IMPERIAL " - - 1 OO If not as represented the money will be refunded. donaviw POTWIB, Agent. febll-tf Farm for Sale. I WILL sell the rmrm owned by the late Wilapy Miller, known the "Eury Farm," one mile and a half south of Dela ware, on the Columbus pike; containing about 7U acres, well improved and well wa tered ; 25 acres limber, good orchard, 4c. Mrs. ELIZABETH A. MILLER. oct21-tf COUNTY LEVY. 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J H 11 Hi 0 5i do do do do do do do do I do do dn ... j 41 4 14 7 7 AT THE OLD RELIABLE!! CLOTH I IV Cr STOIIJE. which is now in receipt of its Till It I STOCK OF Seasonable Clothing-, COWSISTIWG 131 PART OF1 Beaver Frock &. Sack Over-Coats, Nobby Caastmeres and Cloth Suits, Coats, Pants, Vests, of every description, Men'H Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps, Trunks, Valises, Ac ., Jfc e ., In variety of COLORS and CHEAPNESS never before excelled by anyone. M npon getting The Best Goods, The Cheapest Goods, The Best Treatment &. Goods at Lowest Prices, AT THE OLD RELIARLE Store of SAMIEL STERN. r DON'T Internet to give away my ennds. for a man cannot live on nothing but all I shall want Is a fair living profit; for I do business on the motto "quick and large sales and small profits." And I shall stick to that as heretofore. -As I buy all my goods for CASH, I flatter myself to be able to get the very best of bargains, and all who wish to have the BENEFIT OF IT, Now is your time to get iu; vivs without misrepresentations at the Old Reliable Store OF SAMUEL STERN. T. A. BEACH, Practical Photographer, Korth-viett Car. Sandusky & Winter Sis, Delaware, Ohio. r EiAxnti His Work. ; HOOP-SKIRTS, &C. Mrs. 3TI. E. PEARCE fc CO., MANUFACTURERS OF HOOP SKIRTS AND DEALERS IN ill h li U M-.iT... r T" ... . 1 . . Hosiery, Fancy Goods, AND Notions. No. 3 6 - - - Sandusky Street, Oppoitte the Court House, DrciMineklng dona to order. sep2a,"70-ly DELAWARE, O. i 1 Ssjsjg .:s -.turn . f 5t!gjg: - 1 . 4S0t',,iSJsst j ,!, , A ' , sy; 4. - Q o a o i a 5" MEDICAL. WAYNE'S DIURETIC MB ALTERATIVE S.X.Z2CZXW OF bughu, Juniper. ACETATE POTASH, A ut ami rnluable ireiiaratiu for the re lief sua cure of Cirarel, Irritation of the Bladder and 1'retlira, llroiisical, Uhc matlc aud Gouty Affections, Paiu in the Itack and Loins, c., r. ' Tu those Hiilterin neys and Bladder. fioiu discuses of tlio Kid mid t be consequent train of distressing ailment, lliis remedy 11 conii- dently recommended as .1 relief, and needs but a trial to prove its great value in tlio cure of the above mentioned diseases. -Is ail Altera tive, this Elixir will he found much more iKMicBcial than the preparations of Sarsapa rilla, so popular, (and we might say or ques tioned medicinal value), and where a Blood rurilicr is needed. Ihero is no question hut lhat the Diuretic and Alterative Elixir . Will accomplish all that is desired. Those .ivitijjin lilaluiimis districts, West and South, as a general thing need, ou Ihe approach of warm weather, such a remedy ; one that will remove languor, and reslore lone aud vigor to the system. No preparation will more cnect ually accomplish lliis than the DIOHETIG HO RLTERATHE EUXtB. It is by far a more iwlent and effectual Alter ative and Blood Purifier than Sarsaparilla, aud free from all objections that may bo made against tho latter, and its usual adjuncts, Iodide or Potassium, or some preparations of Mercury. SAM-FAlTl'IlKO IIV THK PKOl'lllKTOItS. F.E.Suire&Co. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, Importers and Healers ill DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS. OILS, -Sec. Manufacturers of Chemical 4 Pharmaceutical Preparations, - AND PERFUMERY, N. W. Cor. 4th and Vine Streets, SITK iDSTOfKICK.! Cincinnati. Ohio. SPECTACLES. MOIwEY CAXXOT BtJY IT! For Sight is Priceless ! THE DIAMO.VD GL.ASSES, Manufactured by J. E. SPENCER CO., N. Y. Whlcli are now offered to the publie, are pronounced by all the celebrated Opticians oi tne w oriu to ue tuu MOST PERFECT, Natural, Artificial help to the human eye everni.uwu. They are ground under their own super vision, from minute Crystal Pebbles, melted togetht-r, and derive their name, "Dia mond," on account of their hardness and brilliancy. Tne Scientific Principle On which they are constructed brings the cure or centre of the lens directly in front of the eye, producing a clear and distinct vision, as in tne natural, neaitny sikiii, anu preventing all unpleasant sensations, such an glimmering and wavering of sight diz ziness, tc, peculiar to all others in use. They are Mounted in the Finest Manner, In frames of the best quality, of all mater ials used for that purpose. THEIR FINISH AND DURABILITY CANNOT BE SURPASSED. Caution. None genuine unless bearing their trade mark o stamped on every frame. J. B. PLATT, Jewelers and Opticians, are Mole Agents for Delaware, O., from whom they can be obtained. These goods are not supplied to Peddlers, at any price. apro, '70-ly pd SADIES ATTEJTIOIV ! MISS It. IIEKDEIISOX, Coiffure & Hair Manufacturer, Takes this method of in forming the la - dlesof llelaware S and vicinity she has removed her rooms t o Han- CI ' : , side, between : I William Wln " terstreets.ln the eT building form erlvoocuDled by the Herald. Miss Henderson pays spxcla attention to Cutting, Curling, Bliampoon Iiik, Crimping, o., of ladles' hair; also manufactures Wigs, Toupnes, Unrls, r ris ses. Braids, to. All orders promptly Oiled on terms to suit the times. Cull and see specimens of work. mayfl-tf TOWNSHIP LEVY. -3 o S i-3 a: M o 9 c -3 fie X 00 -1 o STOVES, TIIVWAItE, &.C. X o w IS YOUU TIME TO B lr C tl E AIM! t r I. E! li X i J X ' NEW STOKE KortU end of lVUliaiiss lilot lt Sept. 24, 1809 SAFES. MARVIN'S PATENT ALl M A.f Oil I' I'L.ISTEB JFlre, Burglar &. Uami Proof S A FES. B1 Y Onr Patent we entirely obviate all objections, as we nse a oerfectlv dry filling, composed of Dry Calcined Plaster of fans ana Aium we paca icimnixiure ub tween the inner and the outer cases, where It remains unchanged any number of years, until fire melts the alura (which contains a large quantity of water! and thus saturates the plaster and forms tbe steam which al ways preserves the contents of tbe safe. The plaster, by being wet. sets firmly ; and even if the alum near tho outside is entire. ly melted. It forms cells which retain tbe precise shape of the lumps of alum, and the filling of plaster keeps the safe as well filled as before the fire. The advantages of using a dry filling are very apparent, viz: It does not mould the contents of the safe ; it never can rust tne iron ; it win always remain perfectly fire-proot. Marvin's; Patent Cliroiue-Ircn Spherical Burglar Safes. The Prices of these SAFES are VKRX MUCH BELOW what has been hereto fore charged for SAFES called '.'Burglar Proof." And our motto Is literally "The Host Safe for llie L,east Money." BANK VAUL.Ts7" VAl'LT DOORS, EXPRESS BOXES, FAMILY PLATE SA.EES, COMBINATION LOCKH. Please send for a Catalogue to MARVIN & CO., (oldest safe manufacturers). Pbincipai. Warehouses : lOS DAWK ST., Cleveland, O. Sees BROADWAY, New York, Tl CHESTNUT St ., Philadelphia, Pa Old Safes taken In exchange, mrltf CLOTHES WRINGERS. W R I N ii EJl I EFO T. Universal Cog- Wheel; Monitor Cog Wheel, (Self-adjust ing Rubber Springs;) Champion Put. Cog Wheel, (Holler Regulator ) Call and get one. and if not satisfied the money will bo refunded. Jan. 1. 'OU. C. D. POTTER 4 CO KIM CLOVES at ! IITB are selling the JOSEPH BBIB , T ULUVKa at S1.J4S, warranted to OI.OVER BROTHERS. not rip or tear. fA 1 - DRUGS, MEBICISE, &C, S. LYMIAIYI & CO., (Successors to M. L. Starr.) The L'pper ISrwg; Slot i IS THE PLA CE TO GET Pure Drugs, Medicines, Cliemicals, Dye-stuff t Oilt, Paints, Perfumery, PrrjKtrations for the Hair fc Teeth, Soap, Tooth Jirushes, Brushes of all kinds. Paten. Medi cines, and every article A'. ally to be found in Drug Stores. Physicians PreticrlpllotiN Compounded with special care, and can be relied on for purity of materials aud uccn racv of composition. Feb. 12. m 8. LYBR A N D A- CO. PAIXT8. FAHNE STOCK'S Strictly Pore Lead, Atlantic Lead, Zinc, Rock Pa Int. and xll colors, both diy and ground in oil. for sale by N.U.STARR. Opposite American House. FRESH SRII RECEIVED every wetk at tile Cen tral Drug Store, opposite t lie American House. N. U.STARK, Druggist.. ( I Is S . RAW ncl Boiled Llnienl Oil, Lard OU, Neat's-foot Oil, Finn Oil, Lubricat ing Oil, and Coal Oil, sold by I. tl. MA llt, uruiriiiML, Opposite American House, Dchtwarc,' O. 1URE Si'ICES AND strictly Pure Cream Tartar ana Soda, sold ot the UlSMKAL I1KUU hiUllr,, Opposite American House Supercedes the necessity of paying 25 cents for a thimble full of Pain Killer, it is equal tr, y,o it Pa n f 'nres In t ie ruarKet. aim costs but half as much, and warranted to anuwr tntit. ns well iii all easfs. If you do ..t hnli..v. It trtlil For sale, wholesale ana rc it'ii, nj ; STARR nelaware. O.. and keit by a" Country Merchants. api-2:;tf FOR ANVTE!Sft'8f IN the line of Dru jrifcffl, call ot the 1 D mg Store of N. IJ. si A Hit, UJ)pOSll Jllill-n'llll ii . July 10, 'tis. Delaware. Ohio. 12 15. II S 51 Fi S , COMBS.IPerfnmei y, Toilet Scapi and Fancy Articles, sold by J X. U. STAB It, Druagist. iva: stuffs, OV all binds, and the heat quality, kept constantly on hand at N. 17. STARR'S DRl'C STORE, Opposite the American House. Delaware, O. W2NES fov,Mcllclnal ITses, for V in mm ailauua.n) bus... V sale bv N. IT. STARR. Druggist. Opposite Aniericati House, Delaware. NEW I9R1' STOI5E. R. J.-W.HBIL, Is now receiving k) and opening at his new lirtig Store. A flue assort mentor Fresh Drug-, Medicines, live Stull's, Chemicals, i'ei iniiiery, oils. Paints, Soaps, HalrUil, Kruslies oi nil kiuos. Also most of the Patent Medicines now in use. In hort he means to keep on hand a good assortment of everything requisite to tie found in a Drug Store Ucsiues lie In tends doing an Office Practice, ami such persons as may beafllicted w.tii .-e-oi-Asthma would do wll lo give him a call. F.astside of Sandusky street. Delaware, Feb. 5-'7u-l.y MITSICAmL. JOSIN 1 EATl.TSIt rnAKES this opportnnlty of teniler- 1 log liis thanlisto the citizens of lieia ware and vicinity for their libera patron age for the last twelve or fifteen years, and would respectfully inform them that, he has removed bis Store to the opposite side the street, to the room formerly occupied b J. S. Cox, which he has llt'.ed up In modern style, to meet the increased demand and tasle of our thriving City, and lias made great additions to his Large and Varied Stock of Couiia He bas on band a fine stoelc of CII1CKEH1SQ & EMERSON PIANO I'OiiTES, and fully preparpd to furnish nny Dam made in the United Stitt.es at the shortest notice, and on as Reasonable Tei'iai as can be procured at any house in Ohio, He ban also a splendid atock of COTTAGE AND PAHLOR Orga&s mad leliKSeoti.. STATIONERY ANT 1A2TCY OOOIS. He also invites particular attrnt ion to his large fatock of European and Ajnei ii.-in C21SJ0.150 IJt:Tfi:S Aud Framm. Hoping by his Iouk experience, and y sirjct fineniiorj n nu.iiies.-s, to merit t o: tinnnce of their pairoiiajze. rav7a JOHN t LATIMKR. Walciics.CIofks and Jewelry li l'. l a i ie l: l, . T OHN V. LATIMER han, in connect il ion with his business, secured the ser vices of W. H. KW 1-1 ALL, so long and fa vorably known in the t Ity, and is now fully preparea to repair watcties, i iocks tinu Jewelry, at the shortest notice, and in the most artistic style. All work warranU'd. lilve us a call at the M usic store. Jel JOHN K. IATIMF.R. IS A UD1VARL, I I, O W S ! "I D. POTTER 4. CO., Aerrnts for Vv . K VANS', DUTY'S and McliONALD'S, Also, Single and fiouble Shovel and the best Iron Double Shovel Plows made. may'J7-4mos lit Tcnplar liall. I 11.13 1. T71 VERY family can. nfTord to have Y J .i i'lstern Pump only $'4. Also Wood en Well I'timps, nud the best Water Diawer In the marKel., C. D. POTTEB t .. mav27tf Templar Hull FEED CIITTEIIS. c. D. POTTER . CO., Agent for HUGHKS' KAULK FFKIi I'l TI'KH the best Machine lor cutilna feed in America. Warranted to suit the rwrchnser, It took the First Premiums in lsVtf at the Delaware, ITnlon, Marion, Morrow and Crawford County Fairs. may27tf XO Templar Hall m iioli:s4I.i: ;not i;it. V. T. II1I.LS, WIIOEESAEE ii IIOCEK No. 4 Williams Block, ' DELAWARE, OHIO. IT, ILL constantly keen a good stork of Staple Uroeerles which will be sold at wholesale only, atptici low as l he niara.et. July II 'tvVtf The Ilrlattnrc Couulr Hioie Society HAS Just Received a New Hooks lriuu the American Bihi" "-'ie- ty, which, with the stoi k on nim". the assort men t full and eomplcie in the v nous sty les of Family u..d t'oekul iiililes and Testuments. Also, liihles and lesta ments in Hebrew, Arabic, Oreek, Herman ami French languages, l or sale at the So ciety's llslprlees.iil Ihe Depository, C. l'latl's Jewelry store. No. 3 VV llllams block. m 7 A 1 V E UT ISIX fi II 4T i:s. T? Hid DtltwRre Gatette has a larger 8th ConirreHKlonal DiKtrli.t, whlcri rpneiorH j,t a valuable adverliKlnir riieftium. Tiiefi'lirmi- ng schedule of prices will 6? slrieliy ailUerrrt to: a. o 1 9 ! 9 fi. - 2 K i t .3 : 3 5 5 A oc : s s - ; s . 9 s r i 5 ncrui.cisMio I j- . ? 5 ?: V ? 3 2' 1' i 5 E S? ? V ? ? , : i' S C i 21 t' m ' ' S t'i'Z' s. ' , , ?: r v r a - r - 54' - i ?! 7 1 1-5? Z - 5 " -t 1 Attachment, Olvorcc, Aclniinl.trt. tor's and bjircmor'ti Notlt-.es, nittt be puiii (or lifiniv I ns.-rt.li -n . hnmIso nil for. elsrn unit Trftimli-nl Act vert Ulnit. r T- Nmie lull, sit it t me a I If. cilia I li.t-rti'd. METn.vrs. I. IJ. R. 1 1)' ii. SIM", hartiiK opened an oOlee 1 EVAN- l;I,t i( Iv. is prepared to il( all kilnls of Dental W oi If. In tile lute.st and mo-it approved iniinnt-r. Ji'xlrnciing. Nitrous oxide used perfectly harmless. Hcgtiluting a specially. The moat Irregu lar U el h made beaut i I Jl. Aiqiliunccx for elcit alati1 and Io..s of sub stMiiee, either iiy accident or ttis-aie in geu.ously tnrnle. Makes Void, Silrri-, Porve'ttht, Ifir'er, Aluminum. Adnmontii,e aud H'cKea'a jijrlal. Satislaction guaranle -d. He uses lUt. TWHI KI.L'S ",V, .iMtltf,' whicii is a Milt, flexible lililnj.', inude to lit t lie gums i-erfect ly , llierciiy prevent 1 1 1 1; ir riltil Ion of tht: yuilis and Kccmiiit; a i.ioio perfect lit, en.i!iirix persons to vietir teth who fioni old at;e or ills-a-ed tfuiim cunld not. Ucan bo attached to either of I lie I, hove iilates, so lliat .ersons w (.arilit J'l" t.-s that do not li tor I hat I all down vvh.ii talk ing or eating, call 1 ave them remedied quickly, pei rnaiieiit y and elicaply. We attacli it lo all of our work free of charic, but cbaigeS'i foratiaching it to plaies inmie hv olheih. full und M-e It, ai-o cerlilicntes from persons who could lifit wear teeth at all until they tried Twiclwll's Soft l.uimti. All persons a re cm ut i-iiniil anal list usii w it , as he has the exclusive right lor the town of Delaware. Diseases of llie fwi.n, nuruth and throa cu t ed. Xocltargc for Exanaiiation or advice. Al charges moderate. Nitrous Oxide adinintKtered for Saivons in in i nor operations. aiustf Is. r t vi r; e, i. SIJRi!EON I E N T I ST irfllinUIC, Oil!t, Office formerly occuphd by tho Probate Juilt,e Wl 1j S A J I S ' IS St i 'Ii. VI-T jii'i poim l wa.nt. of A fl Tl fI ( IAii TliKTIi, dr nny kin-J of Ikn t Ij Wuhk, f rev ct iully invited to call ami pxauiiiMi h. dim rent My It of win !i hi J'orcchtiii, Jviit-b'-r, t ontttntuus r'nn, 7 f1, or any kind of work now liMiuily worn. Ail kinds of iJ.-ntistry ex i ut- d nl the mM r Honal)!' raits stud in the J 'iuf, a:nl wtrran(rt Ut trtvt "f.-ft hh t i- fHrl i-I'm- tii'Ul'tt' r)Mrljtltl pit: '1 If 1 i J-t-I JVL Mild H Ki f- i; Ti vf ; t hf Nat ii i:i 1 'JVe' h. dtjc.l'i, tf. -v. row KM,. J. '1. i e. I Vt """X . r t 1 its. i ) oil. i Its. EH3IOJTS dt IIOl-'P rcspi-c tr!ly 1,-r then si-rvi -e- to the l.uf.ne the oisto liunti t I jumons. at t.-.e o id esliil li-hod ollice ill I litwnio, Hi I'. c M ai Dii tt'ts and mant'laettiivrs of l'me. In ii, KiiI'M r. Hli-l nil kiielo' v. irli uu:d!, v. in. ( list inn ivml. .1 pot, , l,.i ii l'h, I.-, ut. e. th Hlld tiliiits .o ,-Iom 1 r.Hui.i l.i! n..ttne :.s to tte-ciii ve l he t-.-t 1 c-.. !m me t en a-. .1 ill this cr.-mhilihii y oi tvcl-c j.tir.. w ii ii liicrening i op-lhii t ;. . ue conli.leinl;, rec omilleiiii ai Lcihtr I. m quill led In i.li'.fy cleanliness, duraiarty. I 1 '"d in ft mid ail desirahle in'.i.lit ies. l":ui ii ti.nr mtiiition paid to .Filling, Ke.-ui 'it and tlcnung the natural Teeth. I-..M MO.NS A i: U P. ' MIl.'i.lNEIKV.""" t, a r; -14 1: aui splmhu r- 1VIH I.D irspectfnliy announre to I llie cill.c of li. iware and vleinlt that I have on lininl at a!l times a choic and well belected suick of The lat :-st styles of BONNETS aud HATS, KTnr.ONS, PLUMES, ORNAMENTS, and STRAW TRIM MINGS BONNET & II AT FRAME.", VEILS. LACES at ,1 . EMlSIlOIUEliY. HANDKERCHIEFS, COLLARS mid CUFFS, STAMPED AFKONS. corsets, hooi'-sk I ins, HOSIERY. Ao. I have also addi lire stock of d to my Mll.l.IN I-HV, a i n Y Ci O OI)S ! Which will be to ycur tub befoie purchasing. a" rest to examine Lull and Mif. I am ircpar, l ntall times to attrmt prohtptly to n!l orders of Milliner. I KIN 'T FOKUFT mT- T .dt'.ATIHN-A few doors north of F.vans block. ii. nr,.r.i.i Ko. O South Main Street, llelaware, O Julv 2 too f'KIM'ENalEIt A: ( O., n A VINO opnerl a I.nmer Vard and Ware House, oi: Intel s,i ree-t. h t w ecii a,. KiiMiiciisioii bi n ge ami toiiiroi is Itl purchascra. We are receiving "'"'J"" coiisiaiilly on hand a large kio. k oi til Uf 'h l.l A ... . , f hoiee ScMlm,,, K. "'V; iV.,,. w ' lAtth, rener Which having purcl -''' ",'', I".' , . ,' liey areeliii!';' . ,..,,. . rates. Also, ii; " ', '1 . ,7 .. ',; We can eii 11 .-. ou vi. t iiivonii"- 1,1 I 'mi. I'Llri'EStu-'H CO 11. J. ?Itl l I,!.Ot ;u, 11 sn 1 c r II v r c li a 11 t, IT. A. U-R IX All klndsof Lumbi r. shlnej, 1, I n t h . S'isli ad, hl. t--l and t meli I 'IS.':. r S-'IH- e , 1 t f KllirS .NllllH, tllllHS Wltlt- 1 ilcincd i'hisler. Water Id"" irner Winter und lenry ti' pension ill-utge. LM1K largeiit amiiirtni,ut 01 and I lie eheti pe-il and best in 1 IVlaware. CaUl'Uil exatiinie ' laltlWI C. D. 1'i.Pl ii ill!:"