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It is generally understood that young persons, when first employed as pastry cooks, are permitted to surfeit them selves to their heart's content on pies and sweetmeats ; the result being that in a very short time they become per fectly callous to the charms of the coun ter. We learn from a valuable little book, recently published in London, called "The Home Nurse," that in the Austrian army a method on a similar principle is adopted as a remedy for drunkenness ; and medical reports state that out of 139 cases, 128 cures of con firmed drunkards have been effected. The plan is as follows : The soldier taken in a state of intoxi cation, or purposely inebriated, is con fined to his room, where his diet is care fully and amply supplied to him, accord ing to his choice. For drink, he is al lowed brandy and water, in the propor tion of one-third brandy to two-thirds water.. AH his food is prepared in a weak solution of brandy and water. Coffee, with a small quantity of brandy, is also allowed him. At first, the treat ment throws the patient into a constant state of intoxication, and he sleeps much. At the end of three or four days he takes a dislike to his food and drink, and asks for a change, which request, were it acceded to, would entirely prevent the completion of the cure. Oa the con trary, it must now be persevered in, un til the patient can no longer swallow food or drink, and even the smell re volts and nauseates the -stomach, when the cure may be considered as effected. Ths shortest time for the continuance of the treatment is seven days : the lon gest, nine. In order to prevent the con gestion which might ensue, the patient must now De given gentle emetics that is, one grain of emetic in a bottle of , water ; a wineglassful to be taken every quarter of an hour in the morninef fast ing. This is followed by forty-grains of magnesia, daily, given in broth or eruel, placing the patient at first on a low, light diet, and then gradually -increasing to to his original rations. If during the first part of the treatment, spitting of blood or convulsions should result, it must not be persevered in : therefore this mode of remedy cannot, on any pre tence wnatever, De adopted but by a medical man. In Russia, drunkenness is also treated as a disease, and certain strong aromatic preparations are used as curative means, as a temporary remeay, to restore tne unfortunate vic tim to a state of sobriety, give him from ten to twelve drops of spirits of ammonia in a wine glass ot water. This will be sufficient in a common case ; but if the person is positively drunk, it may be necessary to give the dose a second time, in which case it will generally act as an emetic (an advantage;, when a snort sleep will ensue, and the patient wm waice restored. ..None but a medical man may venture to apply the ammonia . to the nostrils, as not only injurious, but latai enecis mignt ensue. Men who are too penuriously mean to advertise in proper and legitimate ways because it costs ' something, proclaim tneir own meanness cy daubing the lace of nature with paint, and plastering Darns, tences ana trees with lying puffs about their worthless wares and vile compounds. Of this business and pro fessional quackery, the New York Tri bune speaks when it says : Was there not a law passed by the State Legislature, a year or two ago, to "prevent the defacement of natural scen ery" a law especially designed to pre vent the painting of advertisements of quack medicines on the rocks along the lines of railroads ? Yet within the last few weeks the scenery on the line of the Hudson River Railroad, as well as other roads, has been defaced, to an ex tent never before paralleled, by the most obnoxious advertisements of this sort. They not only destroy whatever pleas ure the traveler might derive from ob serving the natural features of the re gion through which the road passes, but they compel people to turn their heads away trom the rail-car windows with disgust. The law ought to be enforced in such a way as will make the horrors of railroad traveling less, by at least one, than they are at present. llECOLl.ECTIOTf S OP OTK. DOW dllX- Here are a few extracts from Don .Quixote: . - "Beauty in a modest woman is like fire or a sharp sword at a distance : neither doth the one burn nor the oth er wound those that comenot too close to them. "Keep your mouth shut and your eyes open. "The absent feel and fear very ill. "Self praise depreciates. "The dead to the bier, the living to good cheer. "All women, let them be never so homely, are pleased to hear themselves celebrated for beauty. "Squires and knight-errants are sub ject to' much hunger and ill-luck. "Liberality may be carried toofcir in those who have children to inherit from them. "Virtue is always more persecuted by the wicked than beloved bv the righteous. "Every one is the son of his own works. "Houey is not for the mouth of an ass. "No padlocks, bolts or bars can secure a maiden so well as her own reserve. "Wit and humor belong to genius alone. "The wittiest person in the comedy is 11 luttb pia-ys me xooi. "mere is no book so bad but some- thingood may be found in it. "W e are all as God made us, and of tentimes a great deal worse. "Let the hen live, though it be with the pip. "We cannot all be friars, and various are the paths by which God conducts tne good to heaven. "Covetousness bursts the bag. ii is easy 10 undertake, but more dimcurc to finish a thing. "Ibis term is equally applicable to all ranks Whoever is ignorant is vul gar. ny lae streets or oy-aud-by'. ( ae arrives at the house of Never. . "Between the yes and no of a" wo man I would not undertake to thrust the point of a pin. "Patience and shuffle the cards. "A soldier had better smell of gun powder than musk. "Other men's pains are easily borne. "A bad eloak often covers a good drinker. "Pray devoutly and hammer on stoutly. "When a thing is once begun it is almost half finished. "Lay a bridge of silver for a flying enemy. "The jest that gives pain is no jest." The decrease of the National Debt during December was $2,240,70090. This is less than for any month during the present Administration ; but no oth er country in the world is paying its lia bilities at even this rate. A French lady, on her arrival in this country, was careful to eat only such dishes as she was acquainted with, and, being on one occasion pressed to par take of a dish new to her, she politely replied : "No, I thank you ; I eat only my acquaintances." She thought she had expressed herself in admirable En- glish. A Kansas paper tells of "an Assistant Quartermaster of the United States army whose economical habits enabled him to lay by for a rainy day over one hundred and fifty thousand dollars, in the short space of five years, on a salary of one hundred and twenty-five dollars per month." A big moon-struck youth was around the other night in Portland, with a crack ed guitar and a creaky . voice, singing "put me in my little bed." A window was finally opened and the young man informed that if he didn't "dust" they would "stand him on his little head." "He dusted." A candidate travelling through one of the rural precincts of a certain county, a few days since, rode up to a farmhouse and thus accosted a towheaded urchin who was seated upon the top of a gate post: "Bub, where's your pa?" The youngster replied : "Pap's just gone down beyond the cow shed to dig a grave to bury the old dog Towser. The darned old fool killed himself a barkin' at candidates for sheriff." Irnr yonror ii-rs. "" - - t ov--l-ly - M.M.H. n. N. BGKSHOLDlln. j W CLOTHIXG. ALL. ABOUT JOIYJCS & PUIPHKEY'S TE11PLG OF FASHION! I5I2ST CHEAPEST STOCK OF FALL and WINTER C L. O T II I IV G In DELAWARE, OHIO. CLOTHING for all the corporation. Clothing for those of every station. Clothing of every conceivable grade, Clothing well bought-and clothing wel made. Clothing of cotton, and clothing of wool, Clothing, too, for the urchins at school ; Clothing of texture soft and fine, Clothing "you bet" 'twill always shine. Snlts entire that exactly match. Suits for the husband as well as the 'bach, Suits fbrthe little one just in trousers. Suits, I tell you, that are really rousere. Coats that are stylish, gay and "nobby," Coats good looking on everybody. Coats that become your style of beauty, (Of coarse to wear such is your duty.) Pants forall the small and great. Pants for those who are out late. Pants for those who pulpits fill, Pants for those who cure and kill. Hats for those who buy and sell, Hats and Caps that become yoa well. Hats for farmers stout and strong. Hats for all just for asong. These for men of every class, -"Who deal in money, wood or grass. All these goods in great profusion, And mind you well its no delusion They will bk sold, so give me a till, At the Templar 1111 you'll find us all ; You hear us now, they won't bb lower, Now this is all, don't miss the store. JOIES & rittlPIIRE?, Templar Hall Building- Delairare, Ohio. :0-tf sepSO, THE TWO SUITS. BV THE OPERA HOUSE. Twas morn, and up the eastern sky. Aurora, rosy-finaered. creDt : A pale cheeked youth, whose rayless eye. j-oia tnat ne'a waken wniie others slept, Still paced the floor the stars for him. The moon, the sun alike were dim ; For him but two bright stars could rise ano tuose two stars were Ida s eyes. Bat they, to him, were now observed ; x uougu once ne'a lonuiy tiiougnt tney And all their dazzlTng lovelight poured Upon his rjath. lor him aionel Till doubt crept In, and then the past. its sweet light o er tne present cast. To make shadows lingering there More plainly seen, of Wan Despaib. "Aman over whom Love'sspell is thrown. "Kecomes a woman ; head denied The right to lead, the heart runs on, Wi hcul o woman's taet to ouide . But would be reason, Cupid's power, 10 tod-iike reason d yield that honr, For woman's heart bv art assailed. "Yields when all else but art has failed." Thus spake a friend, who'd marked of late ine youtn s wan cneek ana lading eye,--And adds, "If my advice you'll take. 'Fair Ida's jour's, you've but to try." "I will, and blessincs round vou thron. "By grateful prayers shall be your own x our ricn rewara oy nana Ulvlne," Tbe youth replied, "and Ida mine.' "Enough, then go to the Opera House "And buy a 'suit' to grace yourform ; "The barriers to her heart will full "Both 'suits' are yours ere next day IVScmemfeer the Place's Opera House Clothing Store, No. a WILLIAMS' OPBHA HOUSE, where you can always find a large and well seiecieu slock 01 Fashionable Well-Blade Clothing. BEST CLOTHES & LOWEST PRICES, AT W. A. SlIITR'S Opera House Clothing Store, dee30-tf CROCKERY, &c. J . s . COX, DEALER. IN CROCKER r. Glassware, Table Cutlery and Plated Spoons, Forks, Castors and Cake Baskets, and .Nickle Bilver Spoons that will last for twen ty-flve years. American Block, Delaware Ohio. my28-tf EXAMINATION XOTICE. School Examiner's iVotice. THB School Examiners ot Delaware county will meet, during the year 1871, 1 "amination of teachers, at the fol lowing places and times, namely : At the CENTRAL SCHOOL HOUSE, In J,aTr?,'1J?KSa,t-urday Feb- "5lu. March 4th 5Wh, April 8th loth and 22d, May 6th, 20th, September 2, 80th, October lith,' 2sth " ATethbSi1UV l?th and 25tn- December 9th befnh US6' StJNBUHY, Octo- They will also examine apollcants on tlia last Friday of the Session P0Pf " (he , County Teachers' Institute. uuuiy No certificate is granted unleMi the appli cant is "qualified to teach all the branches named In the law; namely: Orthography Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography English Grammar; and posst'sxeB an ad equate knowledge ot the theory and prac tice of teaching.'' Examinations will commence at 10 o'clock, a. m , and close at 2 o'clock p. m. : and no applicant will be admitted after 11 o'clock. 'I he exercises will be conducted as far as possible iu writing. Each candidate Is requested to brlDg paper and pencil, and a stamped envelope addressed to himself, in which the certificate awarded will be mailed to him, or notice of failure. J. S. CAMPBELL, January 6th, 187l.-tf . Clerk. FARMERS. DOWATIN fc POTWH naut Ave Hundred Turkeys delivered at their Store tbe 17th and 18th of this month for which they will pay the highest price. Call and see them. nov-ll-tf tintawitn, lull 1 cy C. i. i-ul'Ii-ii 4CO. J iron XOTICE Estate or John I. Davis. THE undersigned has U dnly p. pointed and qualified as Administra trix of the estate of John D. Davis, late of Radnor township, deceased. All persons wiil govern themselves accordingly. MABY C. DAVIS, jan6-3t Administratrix. rVolice. THE copartnership heretofore ex isting between Veer 4 Btont was, bv mutual consent, dissolved December 31st, lfcTO, A. A. Veer having purchased the entire interest of A. F. Stout. All unsettled busi ness will receive prompt attention by A. A. Veer. I will con tin tie to keen on hfknH th latest styles of Hats, Caps and Furnishing Goods, manufactured out of the best ma terial, and will ask yon bat one price, and tnat price will be reasonable. 3 Williams' Opera House, Delaware. Ohio. jan6-3w A. A. VEER. Assignee's Notice of Appoint ment. In the District Omrt of the United States for hue jxorinem uisvna of fjnto. In the matter of Stiles K. 1 T - . , Neulelon, Bankrupt. J 111 Bankruptcy, npo wham It may cneersi Tbe mn- Jl dersigned her-by gives notice of his appointment a Assignee of Stiles R. Net- tleton. of Lewis Center, in the county of Delaware, ana Mate 01 tinio, witoin saiu District, who has beeu adiudeed a Bankrupt on creditors' petition by the District Court 01 aia uisirict. Dated the 4th day of January, A. D. 187L A. LYBRASD.Jfc, jan6-3w Assignee. ELECTION NOTICE. T HE Members or ths Delmn County Agricultural Hociery will meet at xemptar Malt, in Delaware, unio, on Saturday, January 21st 1871, atone o'clock P.M., for the purpose of ejecting tne ioiiowiug omcers, to-wit: OA'C FRESIDEXT, 0.E VICE PRESIOEXT, for ihn ensuing year, and FIVE MAHTACiERS, each for the term of two years. At the same time an amendment to the Contit ution of the Society will be pro posed and voted upon. F. M. JOY, D. H. ELLIOTT, Secretary. President jan-6-3t Xegal lYotice. rrOBl&ry Ashley and Thomas Ashley X whose places of residence are unknown. You will tiike notice that on the 5th day of January, A. 1. 1871, I as administrator, with the will annexed of David Griffiths, decease, tiled a petition in the Probate Court of Delaware County, Ohio, against you and other, the object and prayer of which is to proem e an order authorizing me to sell, for the pnyment of debts, lega cies and ct;.sts of administration of said ea tte, the following real estate, of which the said David Griffiths dec'deized to-wit :Sit UHted in Delaware county, Ohio, and in Range 20. Township 6, Section 2, also being lot 10 in said section and contain ing 100 acres more or less. Also in-Jot No. 5 in the town of Delhi. Bm id land to be sold free of the dower of Mary Griffiths therein. Said Petition will b for heariug before said Court on the 18th day of February, A. 1). 1870, at 10 o'clock h. m. DAVID G. EDWARDS, Administrator as aforesaid. Cakpeb A Van Deman, Attorneys for Administrator. janl4-4w-pf S625 Settlement of Estates. T IJIS accounts in t lie f oil o w 1 n fz Court for settlement and the same are set for hearing on the 31st day of January next and will then be settled : 1st. Sarah A. Rowland Guardian of Wal ter P. Rowland and others. 2d. Gustavis Elsbree and William Piatt Administrators of James B. Fowler, de ceased. 3d. James Cutler Admlnislritor of H. C. Cutler, deceased. 4th. Julia Barnwell Executrix of Patrick Barnwell, deceased. 5th. Elius Cole Guardian of Mary M. Bry ans and others. Chas. Van Houlen Guardian of B. H. Van Houton and others. 7th. A. G.Byers Guardian ofB. Newton H. Byers. 8tb. Jacob Sealey Guardian of Cecilia Conklin and others. 9th. J. N. Clark Guardian of Dora J. Clark and others. 10th. Rachel Stone Administrator of Le- ander Stone deceased. B. C. WATERS, janll 3w Probate Judge. SHERIFF'S SALES &c. SherilT's Sale in Partition. Dorotba M. Huff, " TIT pursuance vs. -1 of the com. George Boweis, el at. ) mands of an Or der of Sale issued from the Court of Com mon Pleas 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 tbe town of Delaware, ou Saturday, January 8Ih, 1871. at 10 o'clock A. M., the following described property to-wit: Situated in Brown townshiD Delaware county, State of Ohio, and in section four (4) township five (5) Range eighteen (18) lot 13 U. S. Lands, containg b7acres more or less. Also the north part of lot 14 in the same section, township and range, and bounded and described as follows : Beginning at the north-east corner of a lot of fifty-three acres and 84 1-10 perches conveyed off said lot 14 to Stapleford Heaverlo by Lewis Olney and wife and running thence north 88 degress and 50 minutes, west 175 41-100 poles to the centre of Alum creek; thence up the centre of the creek to tbe north of said lot No. 14. thence east on the north line of said lot 14 to the north east corner of said lot; thence south on the line between said lots 13 and 14 to the place of beginning sup posed to contain 60 acres more or less. Also the following premises situated in the County of Delaware and State of Ohio, range 18, township 5, section 4, U. S. M. Lands and bounded and described as fol lows : Along the south half of lot 12 in said section, containing 84' acres of land, more or less; and is the same tract deeded to Milton by John K. Smith, the whole of the above described tracts being the said real estate of Joseph Bowers late of said County of Delaware died seized. The several tracts are appraised, subject to the dower estate of Dorotba Bowers, as follows, to-wit: . Lot, 12 south part, 8i acres unen cumbered - - - $1225 00 Lot 13 N. pt. 87 arces 72 acres of which are encumbered by dower 2935 00 Lot 14 N. pt. 60 acres unencumbered by dower - 2400 00 Total dec 30-5wpfS15 $9060 00 WILLIAM BROWN, Sheriff. Administrator's Sale. IN pursuance of an order of the Pro bate Court of Delaware county, Ohio, I will offer for sale, at public auction, on Thursday, February 2, 1871, at 10 o'clock A. M., upon the premises, the following described real estate free from the dower of Abigail Roof, widow of Moses Roof, deceased, to-wit : Situated In the county of Delaware, and State of Ohio, to-wit : in the 4th Township, 4th Sectiou, lBth Range, United States Mili tary Survey, conveyed by Philander Kelsey and wife on the 28th day of November, 1804 Beginning at the southwest corner of Scott's land In the west line ot said Section, thence East on the south line of said Scott's land to the center of Alum Creek; thence down the center of said creek to intersect -the north line of Hoadley's land (as then owned, now owned by Schofleld, excepting a fraction of this corner, being 18 perches up the center of said creek from the Hoad ley corner aforesaid and six perches wida. sold to J. Lewis); thence west on the Hoadley line and line of the fifty acre tract neretoiore sola to tr. aunaers oy the Ad ministrators of the Estate of said Moses Roof, dee'd, to tne west line of said Sec tion ; thence North on said line to the lace of beginning. Containing one ban red acres, be the same more or less. Appraised at sii.ty-nine hundred dollars. JOHN H. BALE, Administrator of Moses Roof, deceased. dee23-4wp!8 75 Executor's Sale. IN pursuance of an order of the Pro bate Court of Delaware county. Ohio. I will offer for sale, at public auction, on Saturday, the 4th day of February, 1 871, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, upon the premises, the following described real es tate free from the dower of SoDhia stall man, widow of Henry Stallman, dee'd to wit : Situate In the County of Delaware, in lh State of Ohio, and bounded and described as follows : Beginning at a sugar tree and elm and linwood, South 80 degrees west 378 poles from the lower corner, ou a run, of John Scott's survey No. 2042, thence South 80 degrees west Bl poles to a walnut and elm on the back corner of R. Cooper's survey No. 2j41). and south-easterly to corner of Philip's survey; thence with his line North 10 decrees west 587 poles to a stone on said line and corner of John Hi ll's; tbeDce with the said Hill's line North degrees east 78 poles to a stone on the line of Watt's sur vey : thence with said Watt's survey South' 23 degrees east 60 poles to the place of be ginning; containing 81 acres of land more or less ; being part of Virginia Military bur- vey jno. ouy, ueeuea to nenry EMauman Dy Isaac Ketringer August 1, 1819, recorded la vol. 30, page 54, Record of Deeds of Dela ware county, aud premises where said Henry Stallman resided at the time of his dentil. Appraised at S1.705. lerras of sale: One-third In hand at time Of Bale: mm-thln) 11, vonr unit one-third in two years from day of sale deferred payments to bear Interest from day of sale and to be secured by mortgage December Ki, 1870. MERLIN BENTON, of "ir.0' Henry Stallman, dee'd. dec23-4wpfS10 DELAWARE COU5TI TEA COMPANY! DONAVISI fc FOTWIN, feblltf . A Kent. tails down m toe roads ? and of the J covery. Tbe gratings of the under-1 ter SHERIFF'S SALES &C, SheriflPs Sale George Leonard, ) ftt pnrmaac of vs. y J. the command of Catharine Connell etalj an Order of Sale, is sued from the court ot Common Pleas of PJelaware county. Ohio, and to me directed I shall offer for sale at the door of the Court Mouse, In Delaware, on - Saturday, January 28th, 1871. at 10 o'clock A. M., the following property, 'situated in the County of Delaware, and State of Ohio, and In Range 18, Township o Section 3, United States Military Lands and t he East half of the following described land.eommencingon the North line of said Section No 3. 2C0 poles West of tbe orth East Corner of said Section ; thence South on the West line of George Atkinson s 2oO acres to the sontn west corner 01 cm ti lrinson's land 200 poles ; thence West on a line paralled with the North line of said Section 202 poles ; thence North wardly in a line paralled with tbe East line of said Sec tion 2uu poles to the North line of said Sec tion : thence Easterly on the North line of said Section SOI poles to the place of begin ning. Excepting tbirtv-one and one-half (Sim acres deeded to s, Scott, on the South East of said East half. WILLIAM BROWN. dec-a0-5t-pf-9 Sheriff. GROCERIES. II. BETUARD, (Successor to Bethard A Salisbury.) Dealkb is au Kinds of Choice Family Groceries. Provisions, Country Prodnce, &c, JSO. 31 "SASDrSKY STKEET, East Side between Winter and William streets THE custom ef the people ot Dels, ware is respectfully solicited. AHeoocts delivered free ol charge, anywhere within the city limits. Try me. Highest market price paid for All Kinds or Country Produce. mri 70-lv EXTRA TRAISS ! .WILL KUN UNTIL FUKTHtB OBDKBS TO CIRRI THE UiC STOCK OF G ROCK It 1 E S! WHICH COIVI1EY & WELCH are Daily receiving: and are Selling: at 'Bottom' Prices ! HAVING lately enlarged tueir Store, they are now ready to furnish GRO CERIES In any quantity. Their stock Is always mil, and their Groceries and Provisions FRESH, They keep constantly on hand tbe Finest and Best Quality of Goods to be found in the market. Call in and Examine our Goods and Prices.-ma Pay Cash for all kinds of COtTJfTRY I II O IT C E Remember thi Place : COXREY & WELCH, Winter Street, 2 doors west of Hyatt's comer. S. C. CONREY. E. It. WELCH- TmayOtfl NEW UBOCERY ! JOSEPH 'WELTER ANNOUNCES to the Citizens of Del aware and vicinity that he has opened out a New Grocery in the room formerly occupied bv Aigin & Luckenbill, Evans' Block, where all may find a good supply of Choice Family CJroceries always on hand, and to be sold at the lowe living rates. The highest market price paid for all kinds 01 tDUtirr rroun. Everybody cordially invited to call In and examine stock. mrl8-tf LUCKENBILL & WOOD. KEEP C05STAKTLT on hand all kinds of PROVISIONS St PRODUCE. One door South of Watkins & Tollman's Clothing Store. 1?OBTOOB Pure Spices. Cream Tartar, X Soda and Salaratus. go to the new store one.door north ot Latimer s music store. LTJCKLEWBILi. fc WOOO. Persons who are in the habit of using Tobacco will una it to tneir advantage to go to ljucken blll & Wood to examine their well selected stock of choice Cigars, Fine Cut Chewing also different kinds of Plug Tobacco. THE BEST Cigars in town will be found at Luekenbill fc Wood's, one door south of Watkins & Tallman's Clothing Store. BEST COAL OIL at lowest prices, at Luckenbill & Wood's. LICKE5BILL St. WOOD are paying the highest market prices for Butter and Eggs and all kind of Country Produce. Ti EST TEA at lowest figures can be had at Luckenbill fe Wood's. LCCKE1IBILL & WOOD keep a line assortment of Candles A Nuts, one door north of Latimer's Music Store. o Churn, all sizes at Luckenbill & Wood's. FOR PINE Sugars, Coffees, Teas and all kinds of Spices go to Luckenbill & Wood's, one door south of Watkins & Tall man's Clothing Store oct7-tf RICHEST CASH PRICE 1AII FOR Clover Seed! SHEEP PELTS AND AT JONES & PUMPH KEY'S. dec-30-t- X. A. BEACH, Practical Photographer, 2Torth-west Cor. Sandusky Jt WCnterSts, Delaware, Ohl. r Examine llis Wouk. "S CLOTHES WROGERS. W RING ER 11 EPO T. 1'nlversal Cog Wheel; Monitor Cog Wheel, (Self-adjusting Rubber Springs;) Champion Pat. Cogwheel, (Roller Regulator ) Call and get one, and If not satisfied the money will be refunded. Jan. 1. '09. C. D. POTTER & CO DRY GOODS. TO BUYERS OF DRY GOODG! Have jnst received their sec ond stock of Fall and Winter Goods, purchased in the East since the late decline in prices, and now oner their customers the benefit of the depreciation and a fresh stock to select from. GLOV- ER BROS. GLOT- ER RROS. GLOV ER BROS. GLOV ER BROS. EncoaraeeJ by their greatly increased business, have bought largely, and now offer one of the largest and best as sortments In the county, at prices that will make their es tablishment known as the CHEAP stork of the city. Invite attention to their ex tensive lineot DRESS GOODS Including those popular SAT TEENS, in all the new neu tral shades, as well as a great variety of PLAIDS and other seasonable Dress Goods. Make a specialty of their BLACK ALPACAS, which they claim to be superior in textnre and color to any other In the market: also. PUKE MOHAIRS and MOURNING GOODS. 21" Offerspecial Inducements In " " VELVETEENS, at from SI to vn Per y1; BEAVER and jLiaa other Cloaking and Sackings; WATER PROOF, In Slue, w - . CSreen and Gold Mix, and oth- IS I . er colors. GLOV ER BROS. C5EOV- ER BUOS. Have a beautiful line of STRIPED SHAWLS, PLAIN SHAWLS, PAISLEY and BROCHE SHAWLS. FELT and CLOTH SKIRTS, BAL MORALS. LADIES' and CHILDREN'S FURS. Keep a cood line of CLOTHS CASIMERF.S and GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, and they are marked to suit close buyers. They will have all Woolen Goods boughtof them cut free of charge by a first-class Cutter. GLOV ER B5SOS. GLOV ER BROS. GLOV ER RROS. GLOV ER BROS. GLOV ER BROS. GLOV ER BROS . Have a very large stock gof FLANNELS, BLANKETS, COVERLETS, QUILTS, &c, at the very lowest prices. Always have a large stock of BLEACHED n4 BROWN MUSLINS. PRINTS, TICK ING. CHECKS. DENIMS, JEANS, and DOMESTIC GOODS generally, at easy rates. Keep a very attractive stock of Notions, Hosiery, Gloves, Trimmings, Ribbons, Bergman's Zephyrs, Germantown Zephyrs, Domestic Yarn, Ladies and Gents' Underwear, Hoods, Kit bias. &c Have a large assortment of GLOVE-FITTING &FRENCH CORSETS, HOOP SKIRTS, Cotjbvoisier Celebrated KID GLOVES, Joseph KID GLOVES for 1 25 every pair warranted not to rip or tear. Are selling off their SHOES at Cost, to elose them .out. All should examine their stock before buying else where. Supply Country Merchants and Peddlers with Goods at low wholesale rates, and invite their attention to their stock. GLOV ER BROS. Snow their Goods cheer. xnlly to those who favor them with a call whether they wish to boy or not. Mailt St., Ie!ovrWiiliani, DEtlWlKI, OHIO. DRY GOODS. NOVEMBER 10th, 1870. VERY EEVE! AND VERY CHEAP! WE Respectfully look at our Invite you to NEW OPEWIIV OF FINE MINK FURS, In Sets at Reduced Prices. ELEGANT SILK. VELVETS For Cloaks, Velveteens AND Trimmings, Extra Heavy Black GRO GRAIN SILKS, Popular Makes of Black Alpacas, High finished ITIoIiair and Brilliantines, Plaid Poplins, Plain Empress Clot lis, English Satlnes, Serges, &c. FINE coons, NEW STYLES, AS Cheap as Money Vt'IU Buy, Can be had at our store. J. II. Mendenhall & Co. novlltf 'INE Carriage Robes, Horse Blankets, Beaver Collars, Driving Gloves, Foot Mats, 4c, 4c. J. H. MENDENHALL. CO'S. rj'Othe Ladiei of inlou Coantyi Yoa are respectfully invited to inspect our elegant display or Heavy Gro Grain Bilhs 200 220 235 275 300 rtien fopiins, in colors, Stylish Plaids, Large Suitings. Velvet Cloaklngs, Rich Velveteens Astrachans, Water Proofs In new colors, only prices the lowest in the west. J. H. MENDENHALL ifcCO. JJ-ARSEILIiES tmilts, German Coverlets, .. White Blankets, 8 75c 4 50 5 00 to 1100 at J. H. MENDENHALL St CO. Just Received N E VV Styles Shaw Boulevard Skirts, Embroidered Scarfs, Hashes & Hash Ribbons, Keavel ('limit inn. Astraclian Cloths, Velvets fc Velveteen Sackings, all at popular lnw prices J. II. MENDENHALL & CO; E X I'll A Fine Far, We have now a very fine stock of Fresh Mink in Setts, " and other Furs, We give especially attention to thin de partment aud sell fine Furs as low as a com mon article Is usually sold for elsewhere. nov-18-tf J. II. TIeiidcnl.all &. Co. Her an arm ; ne n (uiuctiuug 1 (UWM MEDICAL. WAYNE'S DIURETIC IID ALTERATIVE E:r.x:2cx:Et of BUCHU, JUNIPER. ACETATE POTASH, .1 aeir anil valuable iiiaraliu Xnr llir r licf anil fure or trarrl, Irritation r lit' Bladder anil Urethra. Dropsical, librn malir anil Coot J Affections, I'aiu iu the Hark ami I.oiu, Ar., To Ui'tM-.-uilcrtu from diseases ul' lii Kid lie'S ami l:hf!l!i, and I lie consequent t nil 11 ..f distress-in-.; ailments, lliis remedy is conli .lolillv recommended as :i relief, and needs Iml s trial to pinve its great value ill tin liie aimve mentioned diseases. Asa cure of A 1 1 era- live, tliis Klixir "ill ! found much more lieneftVint than liie .1 epa rat ions of Sarsai rilla, s.i jupnl.-ir, land we illicit say of iue tioued iiieiii ina! aluv), and where a i'.'.ood Purifier is needed, there is no .iiesli..n i.ut that ths Diuretic and Alterative Elixir Will Bceouiilish ab ibat is desired. Hi... living in malarious dist nets. West ami South as a general thing need, on t tie api-r.-ach : warm weather, such a remedy ; one that ill reiuore languor, and restore tone and vistor ! the system. No preparation will nno-e en'ee: lially accomplish this than the DIURETIC IID 1LTEH1TI1E ELIXIR. It is by far a mure HJieut ;im. oflVi-iicil Alter ative and BIckmI I'urilier th:tii .S:itv:ip r.-. i Mri. nml free from all olji'i-tions tli:il m:iy in.i-i-aguinst the latter, ami Us uual : .:im-t. Iodide of Potassium. r sMim- I'rt'p;" '-!:-! Mercury. M AM KACTI ItKl KV THK IMKM'i:! KTuKs. F.E.Suire&Co. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, Im.MK ttr. ami iralri". tii DRUGS, MEDICINES, PSINTS, OILS. .V- .V Manufacturers of Chemical 4 Pharmaceutical Preparations. A N I) PERFUMERY, IT. W. Cor. 4th and Vine Streets. Cincinr". - Ohio. AYER'S HAIB VIGOR, For restoring Grar'Halr to Its natu ral Vit all! y and Color. A dressing which is at once agreeable, healthy, and effectual for pre serving the hair. Faded or Gray hair is soon restor ed to its original color with the gloss and freshness ol youth. Thin hair la thickened, falling bafr checked, and baldness often, thongu not al ways, cured by Its use. Nothing can re store the hair where the follicles are des troyed, or the glands atrophied and decayed. But such as remain can be saved for useful ness by this application. Instead of foul ing the hair with a pasty sediment. It will keep it clean and vigorous. Its occasional use will prevent the hair from 'turning gray or falling off, and consequently pre vent baldness. Free from those deleterious substances which make some preparations dangerous and Injurious to the hair, the Vigor can only benefit but not harm Jt. If wanted merely for a HA I It DRESSIXft, nothing else can be found ao desirable. Containing neither oil nor dye, it does not soil white cambric yet lasts long on the hair, giving It a rich glossy lustre and grateful perfume. PREPARED BY DR. J. C. AYEIt & Co., PRACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMISTS, trowel!, Mass. PRICK $1.00. Sold by all DrUKglsts. dec30-3m SPECTACLES. MOSEl CA.XXOT III Y IX! For Sijrht is Priceless ! -itti THE JIIAMOHfD GLASSES, Manufactured by J. K. SPENCER A CO., Ti. Y. Which are now offered to the pabllc, are pronounced by all the celebrated Opticians of the World to be the MOST PERFECT, Natural, Artificial help to the human eye ever known. They are ground under their own super vision, from minute Crystal Pebbles, melted together, aud derive their name, "Dia mond, on account of their hardness and brllliaucy. Tlie Scientific Principle On which they are constructed brings the core or centre of the lens directly In front of the eye. producing a olear and distinct vision, as in the natural, healthy alKbt, and preventing all unpleasant sensations, such aHRllmmerinft and wavering of sight, dls clness, 4c, peculiar to all others In use, Thej are Mounted in the Finest Manner, In frames of the best quality, of all mater ials used for that purpose. THEIR FINISH AND DURABILITY CUWOI BE SURPARIEU!. Caution. None genuine unless - bearing if their trade mark O stamped on every frame. J. II. PL ATT, jewelers and opticians. are Hole Agents for Ueiaware, o., rrom whom they oan be obtained. These goods are not supplied to Peddlers, at any prloe. aprs, 7viy pa MtV I m DEXTISTS. M. C. SIM D. D. S. DR. glH, hsTtse opened an office In EVANS' BLOCK, is prepared to do all kinds of Dental Work in the latest mid most approved manner. Extracting. Nitrous Oxide used perfectly harmless. Regulating a specialty. TV most irregu lar teeth made beautiful. Appliances for cleft palatf and loss of sub stance, either by accident or disease in geniously made. Makes Gold, Silver, Ircelain, Rubber. Aluminum. Adamantine anil Weston's MclaL Satisfaction guaranteed. He uses Dr. Twichill'8 "Soft Lining.' which is a soft, flexible lining, made to fit the gums perfectly, thereby preventing ir ritation of the gums and securing a more perfect fit, enabling persons to wear Wetii who from old age or itiH.-ased gums could not. It can be attached to either of the above plates, so that persons wearing plates that do not fit or that fail down when talk ing or eating, can have them- remedied quickly, permanently and cheaply. We attach it to all of our work free of charge, but charge $3 for attaching it to plates mads by others. Call and see it, al.-o certiflcatet from persons who could not wear, teeth ae all until they tried IwichelPs Soft Lining. All persons are cautioned agninst using it, as he has the exclusive right for the town Diseases of the gums, mouth and throa cured. No charge for Examination or advice. Al charges moderate. Nitrous Oxide administered for Surgeons In ml nor operations. apr8tf I O K I Is , SURGEON DE I TI ST Klelauare, Oltfo, Office for ne rly occupied by th& Probate J at lye WILLIAMS' BLOCK. VI. I, persons In want of ARTIFI CIAL, TEETH, or any kind of Dbn tai. Wokk, are respectfully invited to call and examine his different styles of work in Porcelain, Rubber. Continuous Oum, Gold, or any kind of work now usually worn. All kinds of Dentistry execute d at the most re soiiatile rates ami in the fn:il of style, and warranted to give perfect satl-tactiun. Par ticular intention paid to Filling and Keo rji,ATiNG; the Natural Teeth, dec. 1(1. ' tf. It. A. POWELL, F. Emmojcs. J. M. Ropp. DENTISTRY! DUS. EMMONS Ae ROPP respectfully offer their service to tbe public as the successors to Dunn A Emmons, at the old established office in Delaware, as Practical DeiitistK and manufacturers of Porcelain, Rubber, and all kiudsof work usually worn. Our unrivalled Porcelain Plate, with lecth and gums so closely resembling nature as to deceive the tet judge, having Im'cu used In this community for twelve year, with Increasing popularity, w confidently rec ommend a lel it g unequalled In beauty cleanliness, durability, perfect In fit and all de-drable qualities. Particular h( i-m inn paid to Filling. Regiil-f in Hml Cl'-:Lninu the uatural Teeth. EMMONS IIMHP. s. I. & j.j. ssitJgi nvite the attention of i In-tr customer nml the public to heir magnificent exhibition o S U ill TS E IC G O O at their spacious tore. Opposite tlit Ran It m. HavHig renewed our stuck and ereatly reduced our prices, we solicit from house keeper" and others an Immediate Inspec tion of our complete assortment of Siif-!iti(rs. Shlrt,itir. TickinH, Hln keis. Flunnels Tab'e DaitiaU Prislie-.Quilli',' 'arpeis. Curt in, Lace, Wit'dow Shades Shswls, Balirt' rala, Prfnts, D-laini-s, Dress Goods. Ac. together with many other styles of desira ble goods at prices which will satisfy pur chasers. S. I. & J. J. sill It Have now open a full line or Hosiery, Glorcn nl Garments, liitlor For Ladies, ;Gents and Children, lower than ever. nt price In Clot h & Caasluiere Oepardn't may be found an elegant assortment of Men s aud Buy's weal, at decided bargains. S. P. & J. J. SOUR Are constantly making to all their departs men Is large additions of fresh goods t he latest novelties, to which they invite the Inspection of customers. For excellence of quality and lowness of prices none will be permitted to underse them. We buy and sell for cash. 8P.4J. J. SHUR. LUMBER, 1VAIES, &c. CLIPPER ER & CO., HAVING opened a Lumber Yard and Ware House, on Winter Btreet. between triA Rusnensinn Bridge and Railroad Depot. are prepared to offer great Inducements to purchasers. We ore receiving and will Uav? constantly on niuu a iirtt, biji; vi PINE. POPLA R. ASH, WA LNUT.-AND OTHER LUMBER. Choice Scantling, Rafters, Sheeting, Shingles, Lath, fence Boards and Posts, which havlne purchased from first hands they are enabled to sell at the lowest cash rates. Also, Iron, Nails, Window Glass, Ac. We can sell to Merchants and others on tin most favoraoie terms. Jan. 1 uwrt,ji'i"i II. J. Met l EI-Ol fiSI, Is ti ill ber if I e r c li a n t, OEALEB IN All Kinds of Lumber. Shinnies, Lath, Sash, linnm Nulls, (jluss. wb teLeaa. on. att. Calcined Piaster. Water Lime and Cement. Corner Winter and Henry stets, near Suspension Bridge. feb 70 tf !iisci;eea!Vi:oi s. DELAWARE COUNTY TEA COMPANY! Ahead of all Others. A new lot lust received YOUNG HYSON, - - $1 SO IMPERIAL ' - 1 OO not as represented the money will be refunded. DOIfAVIN POTWisr, A Cent. febll-tf HIGHER EDUCATION. IIEEEMUTII COLLEGE. Board and Tuition per anunui, tiifl. HELLr.UTH LADIES' COLLEGE Inaugurated by H. R. H. Prince Arthur. Board and Tuition per annum, $10. Presi dent: The Very Uev. 1 Helltnulli, 1). 1)., Dean of Huron. For rartloulnrs r!ply to Mnior Evans, Loudon, Canada West. oot-28-lyr 10IJxI. AFTER two years Introduction of the"Hoso l.lglti" In this county aud the constant daily lucrease of consumers, I have made audi arrangements with Dr. B. A. Hose, that from this date the price of the "Hose Burning Kluld" Is reducil to 30 ceuW per gallon at the Iielawar l.iuht House, 1 ,pqt-2-lf Hole Agent Delaware Co, Li. A. DRUGS, MEDICIXE, &C. S. LYBIIAIYD & CO., Successors toJAf. L. Starr. The Upper Drug: Store IS THE PLACE TO GET Pure Drugs, Medicines, ChcYnicals, Dye-Huffs Oils Paints, Perfumery, Preparations for the ITair A Teeth, Snap, Tooth Brush, Brushes of all kinds, Paten, AfetH eines, and every article tu ally fsi be found in Drug Stores. Pliyhlt Ian PrewrriptionK Compounded with sppcial enre, and onn be relied on for purity of materials and accu racy of composition. Feb. 12. m S. LYBRAND & CO. FAHNESTOCK'S Strictly Pure Lead, Atlantic Lead, Zinc, Rook Paint, and all colors, both diy and ground in oil. for sale by N. 17. STARR. Opposite Amerieon House. RECEIVED every week at the Cen tral DruR Store, opposite the American House. N U. STARR. l)ruislst OILS. RAW and HoIIiiI t,lneel Oil, I.ard Oil, Neat's-foot Oil, Fish Oil, Lubricat ing Oil, and Coal Oil. sold by ' N. U. STARR, DnitrtrlKt, Opposite American House. Delaware, O. puiti: spices AST) strictly Pure Cream Tartar and Soda, sold at the CENTRAL DRUG RTORK, Opposite American House STARR'S READY REMEDY Supercedes the necessity of paying 25 cents for a thimble full of Pain Killer. It is equal to the hst Pain Cures in the marki-t, and costs but half as much, and warranted to answer just as well in all cases. If you do not believe it. try it. For sale, wholesale and retail, by JS. V STARR, Delaware, O., and kept liy al) Country Merchants. apr23t.f FOR AIYTfIirc T N the line of Drnt5(titi, call at the 1 Druis Store of N. U. KTA RR, nnnnittA American House. July 10, 'GK. Delaware, Ohio. K It II S Iff E S , ClOMBS.'Perfnmery, Toilet Soaps and Fancy Articles, sold by ' N. U. STARR, Druggist. DYE STUFFS, rvF all ktnila. and the hest quality, V t kept constantly on hand at N. V. STARR'S DRUO STORE, Opposite the American House. Delaware, O. PURE W I IVES 1 Liqnon, for.Mediclnal Uses, for sale by N. U. KTARR. Drnirelst, Opposite American Horn, Delaware. MI'SICAI.. .IOI2."V F EATI.TI ER TAKES this ounortnnlty of tendrr- J ing his thanks to the citizens of Dela ware and vicinity nir tneir nnerai patron age for the last twelve or fifteen years, and would respectfully inform them that be lias removed his Store ti the opposite side of the street, to the room formerly occupied by J. S. Cox, which he bus titled up in modern style, to meet the increased demand and taste of nur thriving City, and has made ereat additions to his Large and Varied Stock or f;ood. He bason bund a fine stock of CHICKEKINU PIAJVO . EJIKHSON FORTES, and fully prepared to furiiisli any Piano I made in the' United Stales at the shortest , notice, anil on as Reasonable Term i as can be procured at any house In Ohio. ! He has also a splendid slock- of j . COTTAGE AND PARLOK Organs and ,HeIolcon, stationery AND FANCY GOODS. j He also invites particular attention to his large stoca ol isuropean ana American CIIROMO PICTX'KES And Frames. Hoping by his long experience, and y strict at tention to business, to merit a on tinunce of their paironnize. mv7a JOHN F. LATIMER. Watclies. Clock and Jewelry II E P A 1 II K I) . JOHN P. 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 prepared to repair Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, at the shortest notice, and in the most aVtistie style. All work warranted, olive us a call at the Mus-lc store. Je- JOHN F. LATIMER. IIAISOWARE. P 17.11 PS. EVERY family cac afford o hire Cistern Pump only 9'4. Also Wood en Well Pumpa, and the best Wuter Drawer In the market. D. PUTTER tfcCO.. mav27tr B TfmiUr Hall. FEEI CUTTKRS. S D. POTTER CO., Alrnti Tori V . HUGHES' KAULE FEKU Cl'TTF.R the best Machine lor cutting feed in America. Warranted to suit the purehaier. It took the First Premiums in im at Hie Delaware, Union, Marion, Morrow and Crawford County Fairs. may27tf HO Templar Hall. WHOLESALE GROCER. V. T. HI EES. WHOLESA Mi g it or: i: it No. Williams lllock, DELAWARE, OHIO. WILI constantly keep a good itnek of Staple Groceries wliich will be sold at wholesale only, at prices as low as the market. July H 'u")-tf NEW ISARIIEIl SHOP. 7MIK nnder.lKiied opf lie d Br ber shopftt the room .H.4'ly occupied by A Austin nndor th American lUuiKi? lie keepw none but fin! -class workman raucniar Riit ui'ou pa hi io ine lauiwirv te b U -1 f ST E W A UT C It A W KURD SrUIXG FENCE. UNIQUE I'ORTAIIEE S Pill !V G V E IV C E. Would Inform the citizens of Dela ware and the public Kenerail v. that lam now riady to receive orders and to tiutup the dttt'erent graites of theattove fence, and wouia rtiKpecttuity suegcKt to itia wno inaytleHttin to tavor me with their patron age inputting tip fences early next spring o Jive their orders as soon as convenient in order ti tret the iron, which la made for that purpose, in the proeuremennt of which 1 am generally put to the inconven ience of delav of from two to four weeks. tsamples may he seen at Mr. C. Wot t ring's on north Sandusky street, or at my place o business, ou NY llllum street, a i rous eas of Main. J. J. KKlCHKKTiS. novMitKMf. Tlie Dclannre County IllMo Society HAS Jnst Received m New Supply of Hooks from the American Bible Socie ty, which, with the stock on hand, makes the assortment full and complete In tlie va rlous st vies of Family and Pocket Bllilea and Testaments. Also. HI tiles and Vu. nients in Hebrew, Arable. Wreck , Ueruiau and French languages, tor sale al I tlie H. cletv's llstiirloi's.at tlie IVposltory.l . I'iatt s Jewelrv Store. No. Williams Block. niv7 1HK llght prli paid f9r HYK b i RAW, by, febaif DOXAVIN POTWIN. ADii:itTisif; um s. THK Circn Drlawer Gnvrtt lu a larger rental Ion thn nnv ot Iip r rm tr in i ,-,n 8th ConKrehNionat lisiiit, wi.K'ii r'ii).-r it a valua bie ad vf rt Isiriix mfJ I u rn. 'I ' -unrig schedule of priors vn'l be atncthj aitttrd to: 1 I ft c C-'t z. r, r 0"i ! 2.1 t ' z " i a -as : a 8 0 s s ; k - i i 5 " 1 s i x r Z: - r- 11 t s: cc i o cc Z S i" S 5 X " z 75 sr i i c r. ! ! Attachment, Divorce, Aibiilnltr. tor'l and jl:ecwlor's noflcn, inu-t be paid for bil re insertion, as Biso nil For. clcrn and Transient Ad vert is n . it S" None but jiiV' melHlic cut insi rti'ii. STOVES, TI,WABE, K . o w i . t o u if t I ,u e: f li I' Y II E A I ! i. T E 1 It El A li S O ' - ftEW .orf!i cikI ol Sept. 21, IhOJ stosii: tVllliar.iM 11 lot k ."?aiEEE'EHV Is A DIES, A T T E A 1 J i J . E A II li I. am! S I I. V, I 1 I NT li )I I I I I IAVOl LI a riCf ( I'nl t y niinniii4f- ( llu cUiz-HK of In-law iii i- nml n-tiiit tl)!lt 1 lilt V4- Oil lUMUl Hi Mil !flH ,1 vl.t It flllll Wt'll Nflt-Clt'lf htot-k ,t TIILI,IAi:iY iti.ti IMACV .M)US ! Tiif littts! Klylrs uf lioXNKTs .i ! n. l.-., HtHBON.S I" y.l.. OKNA.MKv r. ,t.! Sll. IHIMMINCS BONNKT & MAT Y ,M - -Vkii.s i.At i: ...i KM !;H(M!KHV. II AN DK KP.tMI 1 KKs, 'OliLAKS a,lU I ri'". STAMPED AIM'.ONS COKSKTS, fiOCl1 .KU!TS. I have also add flue slock of dtoliiy M1LL1NKKY ti t li . ! i it v Which will lie to your Intercut to examine before pun-liasing. Call and see. I a,n jfffjicred at all t. tnes to a'tt-nd promptly tn all ortlrre: .l.-iit'? jf DON'T FOR', KV MY !.( ATION A few doom north of Kvuns Block. . :i. hi:si:m,, No. 54 South Iaiji Ktitct, I i-litwiifH, o July 21 a IIOOI-SEilltTS, Jt. MANl'FAtTUKKKH OK II o o p S li I II T S AN 11 UKAI.KtlK IN Hosiery, Fancy !, ANP rYotiou. No. 36 Ssuilu.hy Slrtrl, O!osite the tm -t Hvuxe, Ilrr -" HI n. noil io orr. epai,TU-ly PULAWAHU, o. BilMINKSIS) t'lti neatly prtntrit In livtcNt style, a ptw frui- j , i u Ward at the 0AZa,il Jv j Ca-1 v -ill It'. I - v j -MM., L I ' ' - , ' ' 1 ' It ' I " I. ' I .' ' till :IVV