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AUTtK.LK. GoH.THOra. Delaware, O., MarcIi,31,lS7t. Citizens' Temperanff Ticket. Corporation OUUcern. For Co",lD,n' AaROW KViSH, OKU VU. Townibip OClcer. .: F Tnutui, , St. E.. 6RIFPIS, W. 15. I tHHV , FlUJiK U1LLKS. For Triuann TLTKSTEB LATI HER. Irer Assessor, J. W. I. ADD. Far JatUet r tfce eae, JOUX J- GLOVEB. For Clerk, Z.P.HiJIOm ' For ComtttbUi) - gJLMV.n HOLLY. 'V O. CKASLKY. tadepcaiot Camdldate tar Assessor, ITEFHKS C. COXRCV. Independent Candidate for Towiaship Clerk, JOSKPH R. DICKIIROK. IBWI Of THE WKKK. Forty-five million dollars nave been sub scribed to the new United States loan. The Baa Domingo Commission arrived In Washington on Monday. A. Republican member of the Legislature was elected on Thursday, In Jackson coun ty, by 411 majority, a Republican gain over the last election of MS. The Princess Louise, of England, was married to the Marq nis of Lorne on the SIM. Bismarck has been made Prince of the German empire. Moltke has received the Grand Iron Cross. The Impeachment trial of Chief Justice McClure, of Arkansas, resulted in acquit tal. - Thpre are seventeen ex-Confederate offi cers members of the Forty-second Con gress fifteen Democrats. . Gov. Holden, of North Carolina, has been convicted and deposed by the High Court of Impeachment. The vote was strictly partisan. , The opinion Is gaining ground In Wash ington that the Ban Domingo question ought to be settled at one aud got out of the way. Mr. wade Is pressing Immediate action. The report will be ready the last of the week. . ' It is reported that tueJHarpers have suf fered to the extent of forty thousand dol lars for Nast's carcicatares of the Pope all the school-books they publish having been taken off the list used la the New York ' public schools. The situation in Paris is but little chang ed. The government announces that it Is now prepared to crush the insurrection. Meanwhile the rabble assume more lofty airs and talk very big. They seera to be un consciously playing into the hands of the those opposed to a republic ' Jean Lotseau is the name of the Parisan who boasts of having shot forty-six Pros sian sentinels with an air gun during the siege of the capital, and who, In conse quence of this exploit, received nearly five thousand votes at the elections for mem bers of the National Assembly. ' A Republican caucus composed of mem. bexs of the General Assembly, Republican editors and prominent Republicans from different parts of Ohio met In Columbus on the loth, and was presided over by ex-Gov ernor Uenntsno. It was determined to held the next State Convention on the 21st day of June: Baron Gerolt, Representative of the Ger man Empire in this country, having asked to be relieved from the position occupied by him, has received notice from tbe home Government that his request will be com plied with, and the Baron will leave for En rope early In May. He has been In this country twenty-three years. The Gazette commences to-dav its Fifty-third Volume. The next Republican State Conven tion of Ohio will be held on the 2ist of June. The collection of portraits of Ohio Gov ernors at the executive office in the State Capitol, seems to be nearly complete. The portrait of Governor Dennison. by John H. Witt, is the latest addition. The New Hampshire election resulted n no choice of Governor by the people. The choice of that officer now devolves - upon the Legislature in which the De mocracy claim a majority. . The captain of the steamer on which the San Domingo Commission came up the Potomac refused to allow Fred Doug lass to enter the dining saloon with the other members of the Commission, who, properly regarding this as an insult, de clined to sit at the table whcie such a distinction was made. - - : . -- - 1 . The new government loan is getting along handsomely. Forty-five millions have been taken, and the demand for it, both at home and abroad, seems to be in increasing. Its success will largely re duce the interest on the public debt, and by so doing of course materially lighten the public burden. ' The Lancaster Gasette has been great- ly enlarged and improved. It is a very . excellent paper and we hope may pros . per in proportion to its merit and enter- ' prise. The Republicans of Fairfield will he blind to their interests if they do not give it a liberal and encouraging sup port. -.- ; Foreign bankers are now negotiating with Secretary Boutwell to take the whole ' of the five per cent, loan not already subscribed for. The Secretary will put a new two hundred million loan upon the market at 4 and 5 per cent, as soon as the present one is disposed of. : Mr. J. Q. Howard recently discontin ued his editorial relations with the Ohio pointment in the East. He is a gentle man of fine culture and a vigorous and polished writer. Some of his most trenchant editorials have been copied far and wide and have "taken a prom inent place as well as exercised an important influence in the discussion of - ttAtinMnl mioctirtne - WTa tiricl ri!m Vi A most flattering success in the field of literature for which his talents are in many respects especially adapted. , The editorial management of ; the Journal now devolves' entirely upon Gen. J. M. Comly, who has a brilliant reputation as an incisive and fascinating writer. During the memorable State campaign of 1867, when the suffrage question was at issue. cen. Comly's ring.ng editorials were the best appeals for equal rights which appeared in any Western paper, and gave the Journal a. roost enviable prominence as a leader and educator of public sentiment. The position thus creditably wen will be as creditably maintained under Gen. Com ly'S management and the Joumaf will continue: to be one of the best of wes tern dailies and an indispensable vadc necum lv very well-informed Buckeye. The anomaly of a temperance party opposing a temperance ticket and plat form affords an instructive study. A spectacle so unique is rarely exhibited in the vicissitudes of politics. Just think of a high tariff party denouncing a high tariff or a free trade party thundering its anathemas against free trade ! What beautiful consistency that would be ! What subime devotion to p-r-r-r-r-inci-plc! Capt. William H. Robb, of Marys- ville, has been appointed Collector of the Eighth District to succeed the pres ent incumbent, Mr. Lee, whose resigna tion was torwarded through Gen. Beatty on the 13th inst. The appointment of Capt. Robb, which was made on General Beatty's recom mendation, is one of the very best that could have been made. Capt. R. is a native of Kentucky but came to this State when 16 years of age. ' He was elected Sheriff of Union county in 1854, re-elected in 1856 and in 1861 was elect ed to the Legislature where he served during the winters of 1861 and 1862. Af ter the adjournment of the Legislature in 1861 he raised a company of three months volunteers and after being mus tered out of that service served out his term in the General Assembly. He de clined a renomination to that body and in 1864 again raised a company which was assigned to Gen. J. S. Jones' regi ment, the 174th Inf., in which he served until the battle of Murfreesboro where he received a shot which shattered and entirely disabled his right arm. On ac count of his wounds he was honorably discharged from the service on the 1 3th of May, 1S65. In the autumn of that year he was elected Treasurer of Union county and was re-elected to that office in 1867. In all the public positions he has oc cupied Capt. Robb has acquitted him self with honor. He has but recently recovered from his wound sufficiently to allow the use of his right hand in writing. He is a jovial, companiona ble fellow and of course popular. His nomination lor the position of Internal Revenue Collector was altogether un sought by him, and its publication in the papers surprised no one more than himself. We are assured, however, that in no way could the appointment have been bestowed more satisfactorily to the citizens of Union county. We may simply add that the res ignation of the present incumbent is in accordance with a determination form ed by him some time ago, and the execu tion ofwhich has been delayed solely at the instance of friends whose extreme kindness made their wishes law. Further than this we presume the public has no especial interest in the matter.- THE TKMPERASCIJ ISSTJE. In iew of the general desire to test the strength of the practical temperance sentiment of this community at the lo cal elections this Spring the Republi cans, who have a large majority in the corporation and township, have waived all party nominations. Whether this is wise or not we shall not undertake to say, further than that we believe a straight Republican ticket could have been nominated wnicn would have been as good a temperance ticket as any that could have been selected and would have stood as good a chance of success This being the case the Republicans have sacrificed more than any other party could sacrifice for the temperance cause. They have, for the time being, laid aside their party organization in a town and township where they have a clear majority, in order that we might have a square temperance issue. Not only so, but as individuals they have ex hausted every means of securing the har mony and unison of all who profess to be temperance men in support of a tem perance platform and ticket. If there is division among the friends of temper ance the fault is not with the Republi cans. If the temperance ticket is de feated, the responsibility will not be theirs. It will rest with those who, un- alee them, care more lor their par ty organization and platform than they do for the temperance cause, and who are now as a party organization arrayed in opposition to a temperance platform and a temperance ticket, both of which they have had an equal voice in making And this is exactly the attitude ot the Prohibition organization as such. It stands arrayed against the temperance cause in as plain an issue as could pos sibly be made. At a meeting held on Monday evening last, it resolved not to support the nominees of the convention called at its own instance and formed 2 straight Prohibition ticket for both cor poration and township officers. Rather than give up its party organization it re fuses to support a ticket which gives it more than its share of the nominees. It prefers to make war upon the Republican party rather than make it upon the whisky traffic. It lends its aid and influence to the friends of that traffic instead of lend ing them to the friends of temperance. It prefers faction to co-operation j discord and contention to harmony and peace. While professing to love the temperance cause above every other, it refuses to make even the smallest concession to promote its interests. People may call tills honesty but we have another name for it. People who are honest and sincere are generally reasonable. Extreme obstinacy is in nine cases out of ten the cousin-german to spite. The election next Monday will be a test not only of the strength of the prac tical temperance sentiment of this com munity but ol the sincerity of temper ance protessions. There is no evading the issue, particularly in the election of Councilmen and Justice- These, it is true, are the only officers who have any thing to do with the enactment or en forcement of ordinances or laws relating to the whisky traffic. There being no temperance interest concerned in the election of the Township officers other than Justice we presume voters will be governed with respect to thm mostly by their party or personal affiliations. They may do so without comr romisinjj any temperance interest. T.-.-t not so as to the Councilmen andji stice. These officers respectively make and ex ecute laws upon which the good or der of the community depends. If we have a city ordinance calculated to re duce intemperance in o'ir midst the City Council must pass it. And right here we call attention to the fact that the citizens' temperance candidates for councilmen were nominated by a meet ing at which the following was adopted : Itesohsed, as the sense i f this meet ing and its nominees that. v. u are in favcr of a strict enforcement .1 the prestn temperance laws of Ohio .. .,d trie Da,. sage ofa city ordinance which shall go to the extent of the power conlerred up on the Council by the laws of Ohio for the suppression of the traffic in intoxica ting liquors and the vices resulting there from. That is the platform. What earnest temperance man can object to it ? On this common ground Prohibitionists and Democrats have been solicited to join hands with Republicans. A ticket has been presented pledged to this doctrine, and on which all parties are represented. It is a citizens' temperance ticket on a citizens temperance platform. Let the temperance man who opposes it no longer lift his voice in condemnation of his neighbor because of his want of zeal in the temperance cause, and let the Prohibition leader, especially, who has been accustomed to denounce the Re publicans lor loving their party more than temperance, forever after hold bis peace. The removal of Mr. Sumner has opened the door to a protest which has just found emphatic utterance from the Granite Commonwealth of the East. Shall we heed it ? This is the question that makes the heart ot every Republi can throb with anxiety. J. IV. Forney. NEW AOVEIlIlsKJlESTS. CARPETS! CARPETS I t T 1ST ARRIVED the most beautiful U patterns In ine city cheaper than ,ver at . P. tihur A Co a. Come and see them. I IIi:El OSAGE OXXAXGE EED. 'OR sale at C. C. Chamberlain A Co'n. mar31-4w Dissolution Notice. NOTICE Is hereby given that the partner ship heretofore existing between Con rev A Welch was on tue 27th dav of March dissolved, S. C. Conrey retiring;. All persons knowing themselves indebt ed to the firm will please call and settle at once. CON KEY WELCH. Copartnership. Delawabi, O., March 27, 1h R. Welch has this dav associated with himself lit" brother Edward, aud will here after continue the grocery rrasin.ss at the old si and of Conrey A Welch, under tbe arm name oiH.cc. weit-n, wnere tney will be pleased to meet all of our old cus tomers. 8. C. CONREY. Marcb81-3w CITY CLERK'S ISEPOKT. Condensed Report of the Clerk of tbe Incor porated Village of Delaware, Ohio, showing the receipt and expenditures of said village for the year ending March 29 tb, 1871 : X EC SIFTS. Balance on band April 1ft, 1870 Received from Mayor eU Lybiand " ' Duplicate Sale of Bonds Refunded interest. " " 8treet Assessments fl,4& 78 4 W 349 S 15,04 60 14,409 65 8 00 9.926 61 941,270 00 EXPKMHTVSE9. Paid Orders Interest Redeemed Bonds Orders now outstanding Trsnforred funis to Cemetrry account. $36,259 99 607 8U 4,0OH OU 2,451 37 232 a ?43,4S7 48 KSCAP1TULATI0X. Total amount paid out received Amount overdrawn Add amount ol Bonds outstanding... Total Deduct Street Assessments unpaid. .. . $43,487 49 41,270 77 S2,21 72 23,&3 SO $25,369 71 10,837 68 Total outstanding indebtedness... $14,732 13 I hereby certify that tbe sdoto snd foregoing is s true and correct condensed statement of tbe receipts and expenditures of tbe incorporated Village of Delaware, obio. for tbe year endtns; Marcb 2th, 1871, and the present indebtedness of said village. rlT As witness my hand aud official seal t 1 this 29th day of March, 1871. F. M. JOY, Clerk. X hereby certify that the above condensed re port of the nuances of said village is correct, and nereDy approve the same. Marcb -ath, 1871. BEil. A. LYBRAND, Js., Mayor. To those WHO WAST TO BUY 0 -A- S CALL OX J. HYATT & CO. rpHBT slave made special arrange- 1 meuu wmi a .Liarge liourc rsu Yuu can save on Boddy Brussels 35 to 50e per yd l apesiry to 10 30c " 3 Fly Carpel. . 15 u. 20c " ' Super, ingrain 15 to 24c " " New Styes received every month. Call 111 and see sum Die aud prices. mar31-tf Notice. Auditor's Office, Delaware Cotjntt Ddla wake, Ohio, March 2Hth 1871. J TOTICE Is hereby- slvsa that a pa- AS tition was presented 10 tbe Commin slonen, ot Delaware County at a called oes siuu, held at their offlce Id Delaware, Ohio on tue zoin aay 01 r eoruary, imu. wnicn petition was signed by Samuel Newhouse and even others, praying for the location of a Dlu-.h, Drain or Water-course in Sciotii townsbip, described as follows : Commenc ing in the lands of Samutfl Newhuuse, run ning tbeuce a westerly course, throuah the lauds ol James Kichey, following iu the direction f tbe old run, iheno through the tanas 01 uaviu r . tioats, tnence turouxn tlie la..ds of David Swick. thence through tbe lands of Aarou Swick., thence a nortb eilyand westerly direction through ihe lands of Samuel weaver, tbence a norther ly direction through thelamisof John Wes ley rvewnouse, tnence a nortn em-u-riy . di rection tbnmgb the lands of Nelson Hatch, theiice tbrougb the lands of Jobn Beck man, thence on tbe lands of William New-hou-e's heirs, terminating in the headwa ters ox AXGDura Kan. Which petition will have a hearins by tbe said Commissioners on the 1st day of my, ioi, ai iu o cioca, a. m. The apportionment of the costs and ex peuses of making said location is estimat- at $125. And the apportionment of labor for constructing said Ditch, Drain or Wa tercourse estimated as follows : Samuel Newhouse 78 rous $21290. Farm crossine. 1 Flood Gate $15 $327 90 Jamea Kichey D 4 rod $373 10 1 Farm crossing, 1 Flood gate $815 3S8 10 D. r . Uouta 84 rods S2S0 80. 1 Farm crossing 1 Flood gxtetio 286 80 Aaron Swick 172 17-25 rods 653 60, 1 Farm crossing, 1 fi.kxI gate $15 668 60 i""" " -:& rods $16800 r wrI5 crowiing and Flo.i Bate 15... 183 00 J. W. Newhouse 67 rods aio 00, Farm i-r.wiiig a , 1000 gate $15 330 00 Nelson Hatch 2o2 rods $811.0 larm crossing, 4 r IIn.U gates $30 841 20 y . ucuaiuhu (iij rous wui) vu. i r arm LTOKN ! 1117 1 f 1 IKi. 1 criilM8n JOA HI xw BwauQMW roassi-32oo.il r arm crossing IU. 152 50 Total , $3,507.80 J. F. DOT if' Auditor of Delaware Co.. Ohio. mar31-4 w-pf$12 50 THE MUSIC BOOK For the Toun; Folks at Home is THE GOLHO ElOBITV, BY W.O. PEKKIKS. Containing; Elementary Instructions. At tractive Exercises, aud Several Hundred ropuiar Sonus. This New Book will be fonnrl Hnrwrinr tft All Similar works. Id many points essen tial to a popular Instruction Book in Vuol Music and Collection of Melodies for tbe Young. Several Kdltions have already been ordered, and the demand increases. Many of the songs have been written ex pressly for the work, and none of the songs are Old aud ttmA.vnrnjnnB i.r.r,K a ,t fn H08' but New aud 8PrkHng. adapted r vt Aiive with the spirit H"1 JL'.m.'.8, K1"!?" 60 cents. Sent post paid. OtlVERDITKOV i rn t.., ,!i.v. Y m. 7ii .Broadway, New - marai-tr Valuable Property for Sale. f wlllsffer for sale, at auction, on the X premise., situated in Biown town.hln. a short distance east ol lha main rail road track, and about 2.1 miles east of Delaware, Thursday, April 13, 1871, Eighty acres ot choice land. 60 of which la oieaied, the remainder first-class timtier, tnuu mi icurau iu, aiiu raits enougn to make division fences: also at Uiauimi tl,a and place, the following peisoual property: 4 work horses. 2 COWS. 60 head of iroiai uneon 3 two horse wagons, several sets of harness, 1 saw mm. ivans lmoroved, new), several filougba, 3 new wheelbarrows, 200 cords of 8 Incn wood, corded up. toaetber with a large assortment of articles too numerous to mention, lerins made know on day of sale. For in.ormation enquire of F. Rnr?ley on the premises, or ol the auctions, r. r n,ucniL autuuibl, E. C. Vinino. Auotioneor, MarcbHl-2 1SEVT ADVERTISEMENTS. SARATOGA " A WATER. AS a morning; never are it is a most de lightful, refreshing and pleasant drink. It eoois all inward febrile affections, regta laies the stomach, actinu aa a mild cathar tic on all. HOWE BROS., Agents, marifl-Sro. Delaware, O. STOE! STOIE! DOOR . Wlsdsw Bills, Cellar Steps Flags, Cisiern Covers 1 the rough, and ll kinus or Baikllug Btone, fnruished at my Quarry, west of O. W. F. t'ollexe. West Delaware. Orders may be lef at the Gro- Store ot W. 8. Little, Sandusky street. marSi-om 0. W. LITTLE. PI BL1C SALE. I will offer at public sale, at my residence, s. two miies soma 01 ueisvsre, on Monday, April 10, 1 87 1, The following property : 4 head of Cows, 5 bead of young Cattle, 3 brood Sow-s 50 Dead of Sheep, Corn in tbe crib, Hay in tue mnw 2 tt'unnr 1 iMnf HtAnAQUUrr, Tools. nd many otber article too uameroos to mention. I will also offer my farm of ISO acres or land. , , Term maoe k nown on day of sale. Bale to commence at 10 o'clock a. m. JOSEPH SIX) I. OB. E. C. Vnrraa, Auctioneer. mar31-2w 1871. SPIUXO 1871. C. HIIXS & CO., are now opening their SEW SPUING GOODS COHPL8TB autsaa-taaasste tm GOOD I4VALIT1K8, will be found in the fol lowing departments: Silks & other Dress Goodi, Shawls and Balmorals, Embroideries and Lace, White Go ids, Wooltn Goods, Carpets, Mattings, Oil-Cloths and Bogs, House-Keeping Goods, Domestic Goods, Parasol & Umbrellas, Hosiery and Gloves. All goods bought for CASH. . The LoweRt Market Rates, m O.VE PRICE OSLY. Cash Buyers Solicited. PLEASE CALL AND EZ1HISB. mar31-tf Report of the Condition of The Delaware County SATIOKAL IS A IV K, at Delaware. In the State of Ohio, at the close of business on the 18th day of March is1 : RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts $S9,857 34 V. S. Bonds to secure circulation.... 100,0(i0 HO U. S. Bonds and Securities on hand 12,000 00 Due from Redeeming and Reserve Agents 60,093 37 Due from National Raus H71 20 Due from other banks and bankers 6,631 77 Banking House .. 7,700 00 Furniture and Fixtures . l.otio 00 Cunent Expenses 817 70 uasn iteniB (including stamps) 73U 17 Bill of other National Banks 4,825 00 Fractional- Currency (including nickels) 586 47 Specie Coin 34 75 Legal Tender notes .. 21,160 00 $304,607 77 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid in $100,00000 Surplus Fund...... 13,749 56 Profit and L. ss 947 68 National Bank circulation out standing 90.000 00 Individual Deposits 9.1,579 61 Due lo National Banks. . 2,377 95 Due to other banks and bankers 1,952 97 $304.607 77 State of Ohio, . . County of Delaware. I, S. Moore. Ca-hier of th- Delaware Coun ty Na ional Bank, Delaware, Ohio, do sol emnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. H. MOOttE, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn before me this 27th dayoi Marcb, 1871. D. w. Rhodes, Notary Public. Correct Attest : H. Wiliuxs, ") W. D. Hkim, y Directors. B. Powkks. mar31-l Report of the Condltiea eftha FIRST SATIOXAL BAKE, of Delaware, Ohio, at the close of business March 18, 1871 : RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts $95,272 SO U. S. Bonds to secure circulation luO.000 00 U. S. Bonds and securities on hand- 800 00 Due from Redeeming and Reserve Agents 79,44771 Due from ot her National Banks 932 81 Due from other banks and hankers 3t9 25 Banking House .. 6,000 00 Furniture and Fixtures 1.000 00 Current Expenses . 969 09 Taxes Paid 68179 Premiums 68 88 Cash Items Including stamps). .... 1.495 11 Bills of other National Bank 2,x24 00 Fractional Currency (including Nicuels) 1465 43 Specie, vis: C-in ..; . 66 68 Legal Tender Notes 29,337 00 $320,240 33 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid in. ......... Surplus Fund. I'roti t and lxss National Bank circulation standing Individual Deposits . Due to National iianks $100,100 00 14,--00 00 4,471 60 out- 88,872 00 11L719 26 746 18 431 29 Due to other banks and bankers $320,240 S3 State of Ohio, County of Delaware, j I, W. E. Moore, Cashier of the First Na tional sanK oi Delaware, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, to tne Deal or my knowledge nnd belief. W. K MOO IP f!iuhl.r Subscribed and tworu to before me this iiu uuj oi marcn, ibii. A. Lybrand, Jk., Mayor. Correct Attest : B. Powkks, "1 B.F. LOOrBOITRBAT. V Til HWtAI. C. B. Paui,. I marSl-lt 'Apples ot Gold In Pletmres ef Salver." W.TTE1, AGENTS, Men and Women of intelliarnee and enerov. to take oideis for our brilliant, sparkllug ana rare wura. ronrm abtuciosi at Ready. LIVING TIIOLCJIITS OF LEADING THINKERS; A treasure house of brilliant, pungent and live thoughts on art, science, religion and politics, business, social me and an tne leading questions of the day, replete, also, with rare Qenu of Poetry, to which Is appended a dictionary of popular enUhor. with their real and assumed signatures. A n Intellectual Banquet for all who Think and Read. Addreos ror lermi. J. R FOBTEn sfe CO., Publisher. 68 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburg, Pa. March31-iw SOW FOR LiyKRT. rpHB inbinrlbcr ba-vlaar extetasrrel-r JL repaired and luorouguiy renitea tue LIVERY, SALE and FKED STABLE Formerly owned by H. B. Welser, Corner winter A urnou eta., is proviaea witn a firat-cleu stock of horses and carriages to wnicn ne resctruny invites attention. He has taken great paina in tbe make-up ui 111s hhjck anu proposes to ruruiso aocom modatioua aiisurpassed in bis line. Car riages new and ele aut, horses all In good condition and careful drivers furnished when wanted. Experienced and carefut supervision given to the feeding depart ment. Horses Bought, Sold or Exchanged. And kept for livery or boarded by the day or week. mr-10-tf J. A. SALISBURY nPCKGYE HATS WANTED at S. P. Shub A Co 'a. for which the blhest market prlue will be paid. mar24-iw ' I 'UK hlsttxl prlee paid ror HIS JOHN W DONAVIN. X STRAW. b trrJSllT ED. W. HCLIHIOIIDIES. GENERAL IMAME& REAL ESTATE AGNET. IrcilXAIVD'S BLOCK, DELAWARE, OHIO. CASH ASSETS, over SIXniUJOlISDOLLARS. NATIONAL. Cash Assets, SECURITY INSURANCE CO., OF IEV YORK. Cash Assets, - - - $1,880,333 OS. YORKERS AIYD IVEW YORK 1 -VSFRAIVCE CO.H .PASYOFHEWro UK. Cash Assets, : : : $868,933 03 CO.TliTIERCIAI,MIITFAI. IRSURA1VCE COMPANY OF CLEYELAAD OUIO. Cash Assets, : : : $350,000 PCTHAJ1 INSURANCE COMPANY OF DART- FORO CONNECTICUT. Cash Assets, : : : $770,78182 GLEAS FAIJLS INSURANCE COJ1PAXY OF GL.ENS FALLS, NEW YORK. Cash Assets, : : : $570,323 06 Insurance at reasonable rates and tosses promptly paid. NATIONAL LIFE, assets, January i, 1871. C&8Q on hsnrf and lb Bank Hot. 000 U. ?- BotjUs, (Oosi) .... $3S,0u0 Virginia State V, (Cost) Dominion of Canada 6's, (Cos-) ........ Losdsiis First M'trtKages on RVal Esta e " " Bonds and stocks, (worth $82,900)... " " Otber Securities Office Furniture and all other property .... Present Value of Re-Insuted Policies... Premiums D- ferred. (Seml-Annually and Quarterly,).. - in Course of Coll. cti.m...... Market Valu- of Investments in excess of Cost.... ...... Interest accroed....... ................-........... ...... CROSS ASSETS, JANUARY I, 1 87 1, AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE, Difaktxkkt OP IsSTKANCE, COLUMBUS, Fkbuuaky 2, 1871. IT Is hereby eertincil. That the SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY, located at New York, In the state of New Yoik has e. mplied. In all respects, witn th. law of this State relating to Fire Insurance Corupanl, ., .or tbe currvnt yar, aud has filed In thU office a sworn Statement, by the proper Officers the eof, si. owing Its condition and business, at the date of such statemet, (.Dec mber 31, 187U,) 10 be aa lollows : Amount of actua paid up Capital - 51 ,000.000 On Aggregate amount of available Asseta - 1880. 33 08 AKgregate amount of Liabilities, iex-ept capital.) luciud og rv-insurance 878.78 50 Amount ot Income for tbe preceding year In csb 1,755.390 b5 Amount of txpeudl lures for the precdlng year In cash, including $85,00 dividends, 1,733,551 60 In Witness Whervoi, I hav hereunto ub-cribed my name, anu caus 9XAL.1 ed tue Seal of my Office to be affix, d. toe day ami year above written. J Ad. H QuDM AN, Auditor of Slate. AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICB5, Department of Insukancb, ) tOLUXBUB, OHIO, JASUAUY 31 1K71. J IT Is hereby eertlHed, Tbat the TONKEE8 and NEW YORK FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, located at New York, In tb State ot New Yo-k,has complied, in all resDrets, with the laws of I his State, relating to FIRE INSURANCE COM r AN 1 EH, for the current year, aud has nl-d in this Office a sworn Statement, by the proper Officers thereof, snowing its coudilion and business, at the date of such Btatemeut, (December 31, 1870.) to be a lollows : Amount of actual paid-up Capital $.5?D. 00 00 Aggregate amount of Availail Assets 808 933 63 Asaregate amount of Liabilities, (Including re-insurauet;)... ............ . k8u2t 82 Aino'uutoi iueoiue for tue preceding Year, 5i 9 022 84 Amount of Expeuuituies for the preoed.ng Year . 497,552 70 In Witness Whereof. 1 hav,- h. reunto suoscribeu my nam-, and caused rsKAI..l the seal of my Office to be affix- d, tbe day and year above written. L 1 J AS. H. UODMAN, Auditor of State. D. W. RHODES, Agent, Delaware, Ohio. COMMERCIAL MUTUAL, ASSETS. Market Price. United States Bonds, (Gold Interest,) : $110,250 00 583 Shares Lake Shore A Micnigan Southern Railway Cornpau 55.3A 00 2116 Shares t ieve., Col., Cincinnati A Indianapolis Railway Company........... 21.800 00 120 Shares Columous and Xeuia Rail Road ompany ............. 6,0u0 00 66 Shares Commercial National Bank, Cleveland Ohio, 8u0OO0 20 Shares Ohio National Bank, Cleveland. Ohio 2,000 00 100 Shares Cleveland Iron Mining Company, 4,50o 00 Rail Road company Mortgage bonds 25,00 00 r ..un. RakI KatatM aud Hiooa Securities. 20.770 24 Bills Receivable, .. 39.832 38 Sal vage and Personal Property - 6.o0o,0ii Amouut due from Agents and others - 8,i28 03 Cash ou hand, aud la Bank,... j - - 47,49 71 $350,010 98 AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE, Department of Insukancb, Colcmbus, January, 28ih, 1871. j IT Is hereby eertined, That the PUTNAM FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, loca ted at Hartford, in tbe State of Connecticut. ha complied in ail rexpecis, with the laws of this State relating to Fire Insurance Companies, tor the current ear, and has filed In tblaomw a sworu statement, by the proper Officers t hereof, showing ilseou dilion and buaiuessat the date ol such statement, (December 31, 1870,) to be as follows 3 Amount cf actual paid up Capital .". ... $400,000 00 Aggregate amount ol available Assets 770 i82 97 Aggregate amount of Liabilities, (except capital including re-l,suruce) .... 357 829 38 Amount of lnotrme for the preceding year in cash ; 712 024 67 Amount of Expenditures for the preceding ye ,r in casb 768,771 38 In Witness Whereof, I have i-e.euuto subct tbed m name, an. i caused 1SEAL.1 the seal of my Office to be affixed, the iay and year above written , JAS H. GODMAN, Auditor of State. D. W. RHODES, A cent, Delaware, Ohio. AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE, Department of Insurance, i Columbus, February lt, 1871. IT Is hereby certMned, That the GLENS FALLS Insurance Company, located at Glens Fall., in IheSia e ol New York has complied, in all respects, with the laws of this Stale relating to Fire Iu urauce Com pan I s, lor the curreu- year, aud h-s filed in this office a sworu Statement, by the proper OfTieers thereof, showing Its condition and business, at ihe date of ouch statement, (December 31, WO,) to be a follows : Amount of actual paid up Capital- -. $20".fO1 00 Aggregate amount of available Assets 57 32 iJ Aggr gate amount of Liabilities, (ex-ept capital.) iuclu.tlug re lm-uram-e 334 287 09 Amouut of Income for the preceding year in cash 388.344 50 Amount oi Kxpeuditurea for the prcedit.g year in cah 2WS.131 71 In Witness Whereof. I have hereunto sub-crlbed my name, aud eaued (SKAX-I the eal of my umce to De By J. W. WILLIAMS, Chief Clerk. inarch-24-St SEW 1-30 GOLD COAST. Safe! Profitable! Permanent! cr a -vr cook c cor Offer Jot Hale ut Par and Accrued interett the 1st Mortgage Land brant Gold Boatds OF THE NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. These bonds are secured firtt. by a First Moriaaae ou tbe Railroad iisel'. Its rolling stock, and all equipments; second, b a First Mortgage on Its entire Land Grant, being more than Twenty-Two Thousand Acrea of Land L, 1 eft. h mile it Road. The Bonds are free from United States Tax; the Principal and interest are paya ble In Gold- tbe Principal at the end ot Thii ty ears, and the Iutere-t Semi annually, at the rate of Seven and Three Tenths Per Cent, per annum. They are Is-ued in denominations of $100, $500. $1,000. $o 000 and $10,000. Th Trustees under the Mortgage are Messrs. Jay Cooke, of Philadelphia, and J. Edgar Thomson, President of the Pennsyl vania Cen'ral Rallr ad Company. Tbee Northern Pacific 7-30 Bonds will at all times before maturity, be receivable at Ten Per Cent. Premium (or 1,10), in exchange ror tb Company's lands at their lowest cash price. In addlUon to their absolute safety, thels bonds yield an Income larger, we beieve than any other first-class secnrlty. Per sonshoidlnK United State" 5-30 'h ran, by converting them into Noithern P icific-, in crease their yearly lueome one-third, and still l ave a perr-ctiv tellable investment. HOW TO GET THEM. Your neare-t Bank or Banker will supply tbese bonds In any desired amount, and of any needed de nomination. Person- wishing to exchange storks orotbet bonds for these can do so with any of our Agents who will allow the highest current price for all marketable se curities. Those living In localities remote from uanKg, may senn money, or oiner nonaa. aireotiy to us oy exprewa, and we win aenu back Northern Pacific Bonds at our owu risk, and with. .at cost to the Investor. ror further Information, pamphlets, maps. etc., can on or address the nnderslgned, or Banks or Bankers employed to sell ibis tuaii. J. V. PAINTER. Banker, Cleveland General Agent for Northern Ohio. For sale in Delaware by FIRST RATION AL BANK, DELAWARE CO. NATIONAL BANK, DEPOSIT BAA KINO CO., 9t Delaware. iiebS-l-Sm J. s. T. J. S. J. J. s. s. DEALER IS si. s. J. s. J. s. Crockery, Glass Ware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Plated Kuives, Forks, 8p.na and Caatora, Rasors. rehears and Sclaaors; Chil dren's rarrlaaes. Bo s' Carts, Wagons aud Hobby Horses, St- p-Utooers, Bird i:age, f 'lothes Wilhgers and Washing Machlues, Fancy uooas. Toys, c., AMERICAN BLOCK, Delaware, Ohio. c c c ccc cc 0000:0 000 X X X X X X X X mr-10-tf AGI2ICUITURAaL OI- PJLEiTlEi:TS. - Arnllsnpplyof Hees, Steel, Iron and -ur... w. ...... IT 1. u..uil.u. M ...l.u Shovels and Spading Fork-, for -1 by ' ax. ij.01.111n, De.. 1,. 1 tiaidware, 2 door bo-iow American liouae, MsrohlMf 171 FE INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE UiliITEI STATES. - $1,703,597 32. SSH.707 74 45.507 60 6.747 -A 63 878 SI 339 886 70 81.000 00 2,5.t2 70 10.467 16 $1,592,307 49 j16.K5i 00 94 443 00 33.285 00 17 376 74 11 304 00 $173 289 74 JM,75,597 23 amxea, we aay and year above written. JAS. H. GODMAN, Auditor of State. CL.OTI1IAC1. 5 u e v P5 v fjt4j. 6 e 2 e z 2 P3 O Eh c2 w rZi o a GO 1 I H O h3 0 O a ps m o zp I I H 1 1 -j. e- m t g an 3 " e. o ST C Si r? ' e Has U 5 - b Us- 0O o r a PUMPS. EVERY family est. afrord to a cl-tern Purnn onlv S4. Alao en Well Pumps, aud the best Water Drawer u iiw maraeu C mav27tf POTTER A CO.. Jsd Templar Hall. At this Offlce we have introduced 4ve us a Call. city prices for lob work. POETRY & FACT. "Puppies bark at the moon." Puppies bark at the .Ulna. yKlua Ac ITIoou nhine right along. marll Till Walclien, Clocks) and Jewelry ivarainui). OHS F. LATIMER baa, la (saaHI. !-! sartth Hlaa - aw.Ms Vloesof W. H. SEWHAL'L so lolla arid fa. vorauly kiiowu In tlie City, and Is now fully yrtipared to reoalr Watuhea, Cl'.cks anil ewelry, at the sbortesl uoUoe, and Id tlie uiost ari.isi.iu style, ah wun warrauteu. Ulve ut a ouil at Uie Music store. JUHW r. lATIMEB. ' JEWELER, rVTO. 3 VIL.I.IAMS' nDOCI.", offers f..r the Spring trade TO IIOl'SE3iEEPER, a full assortment of Solid SUrer and Silver-plated Table Ware, ' " -'-' eoillsf 4f Tea siefn. Caalort. ... . , . r ... , Cake BasRetii, Ice lItcler, etc. Spoons, Forks, Butter Knim', &c., -,.,- . . .. in solid Coin Sll er and Silver plate, tbe best goodn in the market. Silver Plated, Ivory and Hard Rubber nandie Table Knives, OP BEST QUALITY". . . ? Persona who are fitting up for housekeeping can bny goods In this line very low for CASH at - , . TYo. 3 William' Diock. TO LADIES AND GENTLEMEN who are wanting watches I offer a full line of ., : AMEBICAIV and ELGLWV ATlHES, in all styles of GOLD and SILVER CASES, as low as the same grades are sold elsewhere. Also.. IMPORTED OOLDand SILVER WATCHES, at itreatly reduced prices. ' ' WOSTE2THOX.2X SONS' ....... r Fine Pocket Knives and Scissors. Fine Wallets, Pi.oto Album. Jet Jewelry, iold Pen, Srtl Thonrnn Clocks, &c. Repairing done as nsual in the best employed. mrlO-tf Grreat Announcement ! CALL AT Reynolds & -EranKSr-- Regardless of former prices, we announce a , .. (&reat deduction in Price 0 F (D IL ) T G1TS' Times are hard and tnooey searce. We invWe all who may want Clothing to visit our Establish meot, while we assure sit thst we will sell at LOWER PRICES and, BETTER fiOOOS than can be purchased elsewhere. Profit 'SOLDS FRaNK P. S. If you want a First-Plass order, and at a Low Price, call at uovi.tf K TTTi rv'TTTTTTTTTn are receiving daily tlie largest and best selected stock ot . . 6 'IPflDBg eyer offered to the trade. We invite special attention to our tiock as we are prepared to offer greater inducement by selling Better Goods for less Honey & Smaller Profits than ever before. -i'- ' Our stock consists .pii Par.of, r . ; r: Domestic & Staplfe Dry Goods,; IPLiVIISr & TJ'AJC'Y' D RESS GOQDS in all designs and colors, IVotions ITIillinery &c, in fact every thins that can be tfbimd in a -I,,IItsT TLAS Bill a)I STOfitK. Our norlinpnt ofCarnrlin; s. Oil Cloths, .Mat tin? and House Furnishing Ciood, is complete, and we make a specialty in these rmK a weiniend tos l them at a less profit, and will give you a better bar gain than you can get elsewhere. , 'V Try us, and juage tor yourselves,; IIVSIJRAIVCE. SK. DansTln A, Charles O. Little . have formed a co-partueroblp iu tli General Insurance & Real Estate Business, under the firm title of DON AVIN A LIT TLE, office No. 18 San.luskv street, up stairs, where tn-y will te pleased to see persons who desire either Life, Health or Tiro Insusance. The firm represent the following reputa ble Companies: . Union Central Ijlrc, ClBClaasllHalasI Health, Home, of Columbus, Fire, Phtrnli, of HartK-rd, Fire, Pacific. ot ian Francisco, Fire, Vadsrwrlicrs, ol Ne York, Fire, . Kepubllc, ..f Chicago. Fire, ' ': - Csmmcrclsl.of Chloaao, F1r, Merchant a, of Chicago, Fire. : We call espeolnl MtteiiMon to Ihe fact tn thew Companies are well etabllp,hl and prosperous, and afford th- most arnpl- se curity. I)0!AV'IIIUrl'LE. Desirable Real Estate tor Sale. p.Mnn,.hAftMlra In nnrrhRM KlttriM or Farms are mvitea , can. as we nave i.,r ale most desirable properties, ot which we name a rew : A two-story Brick Dwelling, finished In the heat manner and stvle. with es and flzturns in everv rom, situated on '.he North side or Kill street, itns is a new. Jarse. convenit-nt and very desirable prop erty. Two two-storv Frame Dwellines. In ex- c-ll- nt condition, very convent, nwy ar ranged, and well situated, ou nprlng street. A new twn-stor.v Brick Dwe'llUK. s-tuated oimimorthfl most ilm r-iblfi streets and neighoorhnodsln ine town, rni oweiiinu; was .-onstructed with care, the nulliler hav ing in ended to ru.ko It a family rssldeuce. out is going, to leave imwii. A two-slot v Brick .iwhIUdk. sttvintd on Oris old street, north side.. This is one of the nloest homes in the city, convenient ana pieasanu Also Dwellings to Rent. Persons having property lor sale or rem will find It to their advantage 10 place It in the hnds of tins firm. feblO tf DONAVIN LITTLE, Fine Property For Sale. On ThursriavtheSOth dav of March 1871 Will sell at P.ibllu HmIm. the Dro.-ertv now owned and occupied by 11. Mitchell, atiua- i. vu tie east si. io in Ln-iut rHreet in Ine town of Delaware Ohio, containing h acre. mere is a coturormti e uw.inun -rvoea Ibereuo. This Is a very deslralih- oruuertt loiied just witnln Ihe i lly limits anil Is growtiia) n value each day. Thu grading, ,-avli.g and gut.ei tug are ll dtnie. rVirstiu who desire a ctitu f-.i-i able home sud a few antes ol IkihI will H..d It to their adVMUIage lo XHinlu uu ,jii"-" . . mr-lu-Ht OOSiAVlW etLIlTLK. The BEST workmen only C. PL ATT. M II FJ (3- CLOTHS & : CAMfllS, manner, FOR' Fitting suit op i'lotbr ie to llEiOLDS& FRANK'S. GRMCERICS. LL (ritods fionzht of usdellvend tree Of A charge wiihin t orporanon nmns. E. A. ADaMS. A pure article of Coal Oil. cheap for cash E. A. ADAMS. f T IOHE8T dsn prices paid for all kinds country prouuee, ADAMS, ltrANVEII, a hundred Ihousanrt pounds of Buttr imnfnj y : T A NTRT) one hundred thousand doaen b-....mm.H..l.lV : E.A.ADAMH. c S11 paid for wheat or rye str w. . KA.ADAU3. I-'ORvourpiirelspi"' ream Tartar and Caud.es, cheap, eall at - - . i E. A. ADAaieC. EA. ADAM has lust opened his niw l v lurnlsh d new Gr-s-ery, where everV thing In his Hue can be had at much re duced prices. WK sell for eaah only, as we can give ou g.eat deal better barasms thn otlt r- Wlse. L. A. AUAMH, : t SDlendld assort ment ol fresh fine and i stt k Caudn-s, riuls, Oratiie sini Uni ons, at b. A. A11AS1I , A futl Hlnck. of Cigars aud Tobac-o, ci.eai. j. a. for cowA. E. A. ADAMS. I A RUE lots of god Teas, at reduced rates lj for eosA. F- A. ADAMS, A splendid article of Tea fo. on dollar tier pouuo.caii aud eiamme. . li. A. ADAMS. IN h. Ill nit go.ls nn credit, Griv-er, are I cotn peiieu t wa.t l.r su n a great length oi uiu. lor iu irtuouey tual II Is absolutely iieceHsiiry to sell ttit-ir g.sKls at a liitKet uiarxUi than If they s II f..r cash, lls.-o. tneiv MSon luust be a.pjrent t. i-v. ry one wny at oawtrtea a cm-ii sysutai. aa mi sr. D.it lu iiauger of loslua bi neb's, ( tnde aud they re untile,! mill also IomIom tue lutareatou uiouey luvtwud. . K, A. ADaMS MarealOU,-' - .. , . , .t I 'HE rep.tr t has tieerj mad to Uia iHt I that we went lo so uitn-li paius a- tl ex ,M-nae iu uing Uiinur room tliatsi'S esi-an-l.v. s -uis une must dsi Itir the same. u ruuiur Au 6irti.n float that oustuuit.t-a wuul pay lor all tills. Now tills Is .erta.til -i error as ail enn testify who hae ouoe nee- here and pi iced our goods. MarchllMf 1' larnre stocH of ptetnfir's, Mororiald' o Mil Isoti's A oibns' I'low nn better 1 the market lor sale at lowest prioe-. -y M. L. HTARR, , i'- DeaUr in Hanlware. -ii doors bciow AurviiWeU isiu. Mrchlf)-tf , 1 f AT ITIvm OF KTATK1" OFKr'-f- ,) - ' PMMtt'rsiFjii op iNKn-jiNi t y Coi.rMiii M. o., .la. imiy i Lii, J- i. I IT ti-r-ry rerUfl.rl, That the J ' A I N S i; H A N M V A N V . Uu .t i-u t Ilnrtfo rl, in lh t-1 n o i.nn.M-t fin , h Crmtit. im'. rTw- ts, w ti. tt in w t tt tuiH H mU'r rl idlni! i. r 1 r I rir- o ri h i f.'n- fmti .--, T ' r -1 1 1 y v, m h1 jt. m p t n itt n Kffi'4 a Mwn. MnH-(d(-m, t-v ' ' Ijrc.pnr fiflirtTH tliHK'of h. owihk i .- vi-n- -ion ai.rt bu-i t th date of m,- h tut-ul, I I-ceniI'(-r 1, Ihvo.) io t,t- iun m : Ammjinot' Hi UMl i'iil-up rup- ttrtl V ?",..!! Afcf f'Kttt Mniouut ol ..vatlMl.U AlMflM - 5,7 . i k a' ArPKHt' HiiKiu rtl 4rf l,iu hi in i H (-jirpi i-HpiiHl) in luin iw- f n Hl i n ft ; : 1, l 1 Ariutiini of Income 'or liJe r c-iing year tu c h 3.!)i'i,H -; Aitum f Kjc (-etui i' u if lor tbe precetUitif year o cunii... i,, is A) In witnetiw whfrfni, have hr-reiitito ih-Kcrttie-l my nam at.1 rrm-i i REAL. teal ot ii ttrie to tie Hthnr-ti, tt tiny and year ahov- wrtt-n. J A-. II. . o i ,vt AN, " - Aiitiiior ol teiae. OKO. C.EATO, A tf e vb i - TtUwI'lnr iial rmthtin?-, ; ' Ueawne, mr-lu-tf . - l i v z: i su it a . v j: vo7,z : z. ?: : : ASSETS OVER All I'olit ies .oia-I ci i I, WO KX1 RtTIIAHUEInr I'KMAt! i . IT H KI.PH T II K POO R BY LO A N , , INGI TO THBM A PART ()" PIIHMIUM. Caab ltat-N Lower 1 5. i. Old ( oin .h iilr. Armi'OH t ST ATI- H OFF l i:,i - HKl'AhTM KM lK Isri(MF, . . 4oi.t-itt i v. i ' ) II 10 hcn-tiv r-,T"ll. .1 that 1 Ml'T-r I.TKE Is'TRAlsf r "oMtY lofrtt.;-.l at A guIa. In thH H..t rv Mii'tis, (Dirvtor'M OfTifJ B'JST')X, 3.m.) ha complied. In Mil rt-Hi-r-'N w i'b'lit ln this Hi utt-, rfial in lo LH- I hk i.i. . -pai.l.-s. f- r the (iiiiTdil yr. -nl ht 1 In this Of icf a sworn Hit.-inpni, tv i proper Olflr. rs tbijr.'ot. luw!nu 'h ' " -llo.- nli'l iiiin-f nt 'In- 'ititi' .t sii.-h i . menl, (PwiuIm-i ni;-'. t... hf as fl! Afcfirr(i.'il 5 eiiinunl i.f Hvi.il al.l. Aftw. 1. l-i-.llllk; tl..- l-r.--r iiiiUin 1 f- llt-i-1 l' lh- ("1U- ,Bli (HI Toll' 1 v 1 n tit Aturi-L'Ht f InOllltl i-f IJfij.l.iti- tin (In-'hi.l rf-'ii-.taiK.'.) Am. .nut of li.rnmi' tor the yrv rf.l I ii m -n r ln-n'.li Amnnnf T fnf-o" i, r i , friiner j-enrln r.lf. f..r prrr i miiM ( uhli-rt iim-iimii-s riiwt lititeM tor sr-ini.aui.ual ai.tl qimrierv ir-T,.H.mM An.. mi. t r.f Fip.-nd llur. x l,t t hf pre.-.-d' . L- in r In t ;. -h Jn rni.of N'-f-- nsi .l lni;i:-rm-n' ff l.-M-f-ftli'M l?i1mvtiil- 1 H I f l-ilig !h J'f-.r . !! Vi'i hi-r-u ! Wl. (HKA V 11 urn .v Ii 'Sr.- t.l h - rh )ny ftiifl ytur JAM 1- H If. f;oiM V, Auditor ol r-..,:. KAM'l. "W.ltlTrosfiV. Oenl. A let.,' rn --i- Ob to. (. f . c;r. f. i- A'HrV, .' 1 ... w a 1 .... . Mali Tir?e J.-ll. Ifl.i- i OIW ami ortr Iht lovr ,J!, fht Mnils w-.il te i. i i .1 timi cltjs. i as lot Iowm : DAILY MAII.H. .i-t- s-i r. stprincPc! 1 Hrniicl. I K' p ro .:.('.& ). I::tlwi,v ifr-rr l...l'M.... 1 ' p u . . 1 ' -.' I. ... I ..- I- m Tlirnnul. 5liiill K. U' Yrnlt i. vp- lni.il s k n foltitnl.us SL- tin li t . a V 1. 1 lej I UI- tiv p m Sunbiirj i.mJ ll-i li in --.. U.v ta , , . .... , 11,-. i II. ,. . KprtnsflfH r.ranch t l c. c. i v i i;hi.wi. ic....... i; i t.i.rl Iv i it fell New York A flovMnr. .A..i j lit Columbus oi Him UiriK V . i. ( c.tsii- , try .... - !' '" Bnohucy ul !' l Tt A hkhk I es 1 u,-s.Imvh. TfiiilwU- Hfttuifli.vs Hi 1 p n. ami nriv,-w i i 1 la S'llllH isi i. I, Hits i- r I ' ' I'm- '..-pt i Miilulfh.wn). pr.u I .. , J hv tins ri-me. 'WaI.ini. NOHToJt AM- M Winn - I IW-l- wnrc M..D.I v. .-(i!t.--iv hu.i I- if ..v-srf-H'pm and arrive- s MHm f r " sutne iiitvi. IH.e MhiWhi ... .N; " -i'-v, VV..n. s'l..v ntw I !' .lsv si 7 a in, una w rlipn h! I In w h re ill !.' p ni Kri.Hiiri K il-il,-..- I ,-r.v.K (vis f r.f 1 IHil wmv i Tiies.li! ys Mini Fridays Ml ! m. K i.Mnis Est li ii-hvi- (...-.-ni ImvM fvla Ct;. I. luilMy, ' eis a ad Vi iiliiys, ut :r in i ni. s ni-rit'R imt-iih. , Ford, livery ... Mn I, l-otu 7- a. in. tot p. m.t iVxt i-l-l a hen .1 - ...i. ! ..... . l or sat, of is- :,..t . -..;i. V I i-.-. ts !t t R-ulst.. n' I..-H.-I-, f;..m S a. in. ti6p. . i-liuiii t d F.nvi Ion. s are now so ct.mip ami i.f such n.nil ny. i lii all will buy exsuitnuin in.-ni. J. F. CUR HEX, r. M. Pec. 9. Iffff Mjxcvix ii;l'S. T. A. IIE.4CII, Practical PholosrrapSier, ?0rk-vyat CYr. .V.imf tlsA-,y ,1 irtnr- -V',, Delaware, tlhto, TKtll5! 71 l( IVniCK. VliAl(()C tot k of womlrn mmd lrm mnrrh-3 'Tilf ji. f : ; ; I t'L ..i-i- ... .... c ; , VI tl 2i er nusliei, kh.-W- d hu.i dfivpred at mllniul, tI-.-.r ut tlie r.r-n ALK.VAM.l-.lt ItVl'Kl.MiliAa, O.Mtlbie. Ik-luttsiH ciiuni r. O. r-iai.J.t . . . - '1 UK UELtHilti: 1.1 ItlttMl'S ISl.Ot I.. ' J. . ijnrcrsT," - Sole? Aptut fur "ft o s e X.iirniii"; Fins..!," in Ihlaware Counfr. Jstl-AMf ......... 011 .1 V OATH. tOR hh I e , s nte 'e bushels of the rrl. t.r. ,-l .OIWI. Ill O.. lll.il. t) ' - t I . - . , . I.' 1 m .rr't i-.irtl in,- Ii v. o... - . b i .. ... 4 lllll 1 S ll'-W I'M-lll lltH-lI- l 1M1H.I. . . l, eit al Luck's Wnr. i,uu-v, L-i i t ,j mta. ALSO PelU k Tlet-s iM buttiicil a; it re! -mil. I nw In c-utH .. n, ajud tnr luantity oft ne i ..tu, wjj.i ..... r y ,.'( ;WBtsH-li, ilifv .e -i u t-., an l xci-h- i t nul . l.m. iv a asi s- , , .,r ne Km ... in y lim.-kl-riy, M-ts i i..rv vlits each. ', ,,; HORACE A1.1FN. MitrcblO-Uif it Attii tc t:. l. CO I I t-.li. A O.. ,.(.' 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