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Amors the evidences recently give before the Congressional Committee on touthetn outrage wm the following: A WIFE'S SAD STORY. Ludnd Morrow, a simple colored wo man, testified: The Ku-KIux came to our house last nieht, with disguises on, twenty-five or thirty in number. They fired three bul lets through the house. They them knocked the door down and came m. They seized my husband, and put a rope around his neck and took him .out of doors, kicked him about ahi,e. ijc fore they went out of doors with him he said to them, "For the Lord's sake, let me tell my children good-bye 1" One of them said; " you, we tell you food-bye, and they snatched him back, hen he said: "For the Lord's sake let me tell the baby good-bye!" and I reached the baby over toward him, and he told him good-bye. The children were all screaming and hallaoing. I said to the men, "Oh, gentlemen, oh, g;. men!" please spare my husband this time!" They said. Oh, you, we'll spare him!" Said I, "Oh, gentlemen! are you going to kill my husband?" One of them said, "Oh, you. you'll see him again!" They eat turn out of the door, ana alter they got him out they kicked him and put him over the fence and carried him if. We were all out in the yard, screaming and hallaoin?. After th'y got down apiece, I heard one of them say "Go back and kill every one of them." We went and got our clothes and a pallet for our little baby, and went out into the field and stayed all night. The next morning we found my husband's body hanging to a tree by the roadside about half a mile away, and my brother's body lay by the side of it. They were dead. The following is a special Washinp ton dispatch to the Tribune: "Prominent Republicans who have arrived here within a day or two from South Carolina, and letters received here from the capttol of that State to day, report that Gov. Scott, at the ad vice of many leading men of both par ties, held a conference last Tuesday with representative Democrats, from about 2 J counties of the State for the purpose of consulting as to the best means of restoring order. The only Republicans present were the Governor, Attorney General Chamberlain, and L. C. Car penter, editor of the Columbia Daily Union, Many very fair speeches were made by the Democrats present, and the only complaint which they made was of" the insolence of the colored militia. This was admitted, to some extent, and means will be taken to rem edy the evil. General Kershaw, how ever, made a very bitter speech, in which he announced that in his opinion, and that of many of his friends, the only way to restore peace and prevent what the Governor termed outrages, but which he (Kershaw) regarded as but the just indignation of a plundered people; was for the scoundrelly carpet-baeeers from the North and the rascally scallawags of the South to resign the offices they baa usurped, and leave those states in the hands of Southern gentlemen. The President sent the following mes sage to Congress March 23: To the Senata and House of Representa tives; A condition of affairs now exists in some States of the Union, rendering life and property insecure, and the carrying of mails and the collection of revenue dangerous. Proof that such a state of affairs exists in some localities is now before the Senate. That the power to correct these evils is beyond the control of the State authorities, I do not doubt ; but that the power of the Executive of the United States, acting within the limits of existing laws, is sufficient for the present emergency, is not clear. Therefore, I urgently recommend such legislation as, in the judgment of Con gress, shall effectually secure lifej liber ty and property, in all parts of the United States. It may be expedient to provide that such a law as shall be passed, in pursuance of this recommen dation, shall expire at the next session of Congress. There is no other subject on which I would recommend legisla tion during the present session. Signed U. S. Gro MR, HHBRMAN'S RESOLUTION. The Ku-Klux resolution of Senator Sherman was adopted by the Senate, March 23d, in the following lorm : " Resolved, That as organized bands ol lawless and desperate men, mainly composed of soldiers of the late rebel armies, armed, disciplined and disguis ed, and bound by oaths and secret obli gations, are proven to exist in the State of North Carolina', and have, by force, terror and violence, defied the , civil au thority in that State, and by organized perjury have rendered the courts power less to punish crimes they have com mitted, thus overthrowing the safety of person and property and rights, which are the primary basis of all civil gov ernments, and which are guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States to all of its citizens, and as there is good . aauu w utiic vc anuiiur organizations exist and have produced similar results in many parts of the late insurrectiona ry States, therefore the Judiciary Com mittee is instructed to report a bill or bills to enable the President and the Courts of the United States to execute laws, punish and prevent such organized violence, and secure to all citizens the rights so guaranteed to them." PWF, FliaCBILD OS THI1 TEM, rCRllCE HT7KSTION. Presideat Fairchild, of Oberlin Col lege, gave his opinion of the liquor laws of Ohio in the following sensible words : Is it by any means clear that stronger laws are what we need ? Is it not even certaia that thry would not prove a hin- c ranee t capital punishment for life for making, vending or using intoxicating nnKj, wouia oe a stronger law, but it could not be executed in any earthly community. The public sentiment would not support it, and it would be utterly inoperative essentially no law. The truth is, that the temperance laws in many of our States are already in advance of public sentiment. They are. ButaKwco. in. tne state ot Ohio we have laws which, if well sustained, vigi lantly executed, would close every dram shop in the State; but in all our cities and larger towns there is essentially free trade in liquors. A law is strong when there is a strong public sentiment be hind it. not when it uses strong words. The strength which our laws lack, is in an intense moral conviction and de- T?1i.in?tion on Part of e people. With this, our legislation will be effective without it, feeble, however strong in form. The Toledo Blade remarks: "No Republican : convention, not even of a single county in the United States, has asked for San Domingo. The Re publican press has given no voice la its favor. No class of our citizens merchants, farmers or manufacturers has asked for it. Nineteen-twentieths of the Kepuclican patty are opposed to this, and all other schemes of wanton waste of the public treasure for the ag grandizement of adventurers and specu lators." ! Mississippi is a healthy State for Mayors. Mayor Crane of Jackson was shot by a murderer who goes unpunish ed. Mayor Sturgis of Meridian was expelled because he happened to be born in the North. And now Mayor Lacy of Aberdeen , has been abducted by Ku-Klux, probably because he was once an officer of the United States Army. , Some folks never can let well enough alone. Here is a new insurance com pany being foimed to protect men against desertion by their wives. HEW ADVERTISEMENTS. $5 to $10 per Day. BuTS nd GIRL9 who ensneein out n-w business nke from 85 io fiio per day In Mielr own localities. Foil particular and infractions sent free hy mail. Ibosc In nordorptTinanrat, profitable work. should dr at once, CJlXlRGK BT1XSON A CO., Portland, Maine. The oldext and best conducted Mercantile Coitesre in the Country. For c-rtMil:tr write to ; P. DUFF fcOJSS, Pitts'iurtb, Pa. . - Rirn Edition or DtFPJ BOOKKEEP1XG. 4t pp. The mo-t comprehensive work published. Contains National Bank, Railroad Bookkeepmz, c For Hand & Nacbinc Scu lnir. SIX-COIID IN ALL XMBEES, - From No. 8 to No. IW inclusive.' FOB SALK BV All I-Hralers iii Diy Goods and Notion. BLC0MINGT0N I LL. 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Teaches bow to cure all diseases of the person ; skin, hair, eyes, complexion. . Write to 714 Broad way, N.. 1C -i O fas!aa I Patient ! Psr.rliirtl t e 1 ) oIS. AKW LAW. J Oils. For an antriorleed copy, blanks and In structions address, with 3 cent stamp, WM. E. PRESTON, Army and Navy Agent, I QOfi TJHB THE VKfiKTABLK O T f 1 OZDPmlmon.rF Balsam." 1 O U The old standard r. medy for toughs. Colds, consumption. "JNoihtng belter." CCTLis shod, a to josron "tun Poaad ef rramptaB Imperial jnundry &oa will make twelve qaarlri .x iiaudsame Salt Koap. Ask vourro er for it aad Try it. CAiP'ltN Hlto rnERs. S4 Front sit.. IScw i ork. - Employment for All. 2 OA SALARY PER "VV F.EK, and tJ OyJ expenses, to Bell our new and use ful discover! Address B. Bwtir A Co, , Marshall, Mich. ????????????? TO THE WORKING CLASS. We are now prepared to furnish all classes with constant employment at home, the whole of the time or for the upare momenta. Business new, light and profitaole. Per sons of either sex easily earn from EOc to So per evening;, and a proportional sum by devoting their whole time to the business. Boys and girls earn nearly aa much aa men. That all who see this notice may send tbfir address, and test the business, we make the unparalleled offer: To su. h as are not well satisfied, we will send fl to pay for the trouble of writing. Full particulars, a val uable sample which will do 10 commence work on. and a codv of Tha JPeottle' Liter ary Companion one of the largest and bet family newspapers ever- published all Srnt free by mxil. Reader, If you want permanent, profitable work, address U. ALbt. Oi (JU., AUGUSTA, Jn B. P9TCHOHANCT Any lady or gentle man can make 81.0U0 a month, iecure their own happiness and Independence, by ob taining PSYCHOMANCY, FASCINATION or BO0L CHARMING. 40n pages; cloth. Full instructions to use this power over men or animals at will, how to Mesmerize, become Trance or Writinic Mediums. Divin ation, Spiritualism, Alcht-my, Philosophy of Omens and Dreams, Brignam Young's tiarem umoe to Marriage, ace, all contain ed in this book : luO.OOO sold : price bv mail. In cloth 81,25, paper cover fl. Notice. Any person willing to act as agent will re ceive a sample copy of the work free. As no capital is reautred. all desirous of gen teel employment should send for the book enclosing lOcts. for postage, to T. W. EVANS SPRIXCi FEACE. IXiqiE I'UHTABLE SPRIHT G F E iV C E f AV onld inform the citieens of Dela- X ware and the public generally, that lam now ready to receive orders and to put up the different grades of the above fence, and wonld respectfully suggest to those who may design to favor me with their patron' age inputting up fences early next spring, o ive their orders as soon as convenient In order to get the Iron, which Is made for that Durnose. in the Drocnremenut which I am generally pnt to the incoiiven. lence or delay or from two to tour weeas Samples may be neen at Mr. C. Wottring': on north 6andnsky street, or at my place o Dnsinesa, on William street, a tew roas eas of Main. J. J. REICHER Ts, nov2ti f-tf. HIGHER EDUCATION. IIELXICTII COLLEGE. Board and Tuition per annum, $22(1. HELir.VJTH LADIES' COLLEGE Inaugurated byH. R. H. Prince Arthur, Hoard ana Tuition per annum, fio. rarest dent: The Very Rrv. I Hellmulh. D. D. Dean of Huron. For Particulars apply to major . vans, ionaon, uanaua west. oct-28-lyr CLOVER SEED, &.C. HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR Clover Seed! SHEEP PELTS AND AT JOiE8dc POIPIIIIEY'S. dec-30-tf . Call at CONFECTIONERY. " AND IMKERY. Main Street, Delasve e, OI1I0, where you can gt-t warm meal yon will also flud new and a ales Fresh Oysters, Bread, Y at all hours dclous can it. Ac. feb21-tf GOODALLiLAVC, POE K P ACRE R S . WB have opened m Porlc Packing establiMhiuent in the basement ol Hyatt's Warehouse, near the lpot, where we kep constantly on hand, und for sale, a large quantity of choice fumIy lard, sugar cored ham 8, linesauwage, mesa pork, Ac. We would be pleased io see all of our old cus tomers. - Jan-aKJms BUSINESS CARDS neatly prlnte i,aUi'tyl. - prices from 3 .OW ward at the CiAzette joi' OKFin itedlsa 1000 QD OFFICE. 'iHH largest assortment X and the cheapet and best to Delaware. Call and eiami ln 1 fn C. IX l Carriages er brought them TT KR ACO. J. & P. COATS' Tl T1. ff srra ICOTICES. Dissolution of Partnership. 'PHB flni heretofore existta; midtr 1 th firm Dame of Chamberlain A Bell is this day dissolved by mutual consent. H. W. Chamtvrlain continues the bas inets at the old stand an1 assumes to pat the indebtedness of the fl rro anrt collect all Of Its dnes. fl. W. CHAM BEKLAIS. ROBERT BELL. PF.LATAEE, Ohio, March 14th, 1871. CARD. H. W. f IIAMBERLilX rttarai sincere thank to bis friends and the public generally for the liberal patron aire be has received for the past eight months, and hones to merit Its rantinnftnis. hv keeping a (rood and (jteoeial assortment of gooud aua i ;u i ueaung. H. W. CHAMBERLAIN. rKi..WA bb. Ohio, March 14th, 1871. mar-24-3t 4'::c!ii!ent Notice. Before William Fraxer, J. P., ot j. v. Weaver, rrrr i, pas list Rei'Jamiu J.-rru t., ieft Genoa township ijawt8 coun ty. Ohio. AStlu 2 lb day or FebiHrr, A. D KJr,, -aiti Justice itt-ued an order of at tornment in tne abov.- action for the sun of thirty -six dollars, (S360O). The above case is s. t tor Hearing April loth. A. V. 1871. ai oneo clockP.il. J. W. WEAVER, rariMf by 8. SHARP. Allachmriit IVotlce. 1 Before WHllam David Headingon, Pl'ff. I Frazier, J. P.. o asainst Genoa township. Benjamin Jermiii, Dert. De aware coun J ty. Ohio. JT the 27 th day ef February A. D, vJlsl, said Justice issued an order 01 uehniiDl In the above action, for the sum of dfte.-u dollars (S!5 tv). The above case 1 set for bearing April loth. A. D. 171. at i-rj o'clock P. M. DAVID KEDINGTON, uiaiU4-3w by 8. SHARP. IVotice. ON the 2Mb day of Feb. A. D. "1871, the Prolate Conn of Delaware county, O.. declared the estate if Hudi-on Roe, deceas ed, u tie iuMlvtDU O editors at e therefore required to present their claims against th eMtHte 10 the underpinned, for allowance. within .lx months from the time ab.iv, mentioned or the will not be -utliled to payment (iEuKGE W. KOK. Atiru'r of the eslate of Hudson Hoe, dee'd. Alai cliiS-owj Police. ipHK partner hip bet ween Heart A r Fleck ner a A., xl. rtlee. nas Deen aiaroiv eo. and all oersons indebted to the late firm of Fleckner A Rice are hereby notified thai all books and accounts ol said firm are la the possrssion of said Henry Fleckner and all debts uuenald him are to be paid to him. All persons lnaebteu to saia late n rm aie rtouet-d to eall aiid settle witliout delay. mr--4-2ti HEN RY FltCK.VKK Administrator's Notice. riHfi aaderlgacdbu bcendalr tp. A Hinteu ana tjui,iinea as Aaiuiuitraui ot toe estate ol the late Moroloa W. Wilcox deceased. All persons iuieieated will gov eru tnemselves accoidlngly. E BKN EZ ER PIK E, mar24-3w AumiiiLtrutor. DissrOlution. 1'HB partnership no.etofore exlst- l ints tiuaer tne nnu name 01 rs. r. s J. J bhnr, is this day dissolveu uy mutual con sent, M. F.tWUK. March 4th 1S71. " J. J. BUL K. ALL, persons indebted to the above firm are requested to call and settle wiuiout ue lay. Au early adjustment of their uuslueus Is aDeoiuiely necessary. Copa r t ner hi p. rpHB anderdncd have this day X iormed a Coar tue.ship under thestvie and firm name ol is. P. nur at Co., lor the purpose of continuing; the wholesale and retail Dry Goods basinets, at the olu stauu OI O. Mr. f . i SQur. . 1 . BUL rv. mr-17-U T.M. BVEuS. Assignee's IVotice. NOTICE is hereby (Itcb that the undersigned has been hv the Probate Court of Delaware county onto, duly ap pointed and qnalined a. Assignee ot ilenry Fiecaner of Delaware Oliio. All persona Interested win govern tnemseives accord ingly. Creditors must present their claims within bix montns. r.Ai. jui, mr-17-at Assignee. Administrator'!!) TVotice. r tHE undersigned bas been inty ap. X pointed and 4 uaiidtrd aa Auministiator 01 tne estate 01 AiKirev&narp, ueceaea. All persons interested will aovem theuu selves accordingly. csiii.fiie.JN BtiAiU", marl7-3t Administrator. Dissolution jotice. THE partnership heretofore existing be tween C. I. Potter & Z. P. Hammond. under the firm name ol C I), r otter & Co.. was dissolved by mutual consent, lec ilt lb70. All parties Indebted to the late nrm. are requeuteu to at t ue at once witu a. xr. Htm niund. C. D. POTTER, Z. P HAMMOND. The business will be continued at the old stitnd under the same Arm name by C. D. POTTER. March-3-lm. Settlements of Estates. rrXJE accounts in the following Ks- 1 la ten have been filed in the Probate Conrt for Settlement and the hame are set for hearing and settlement on the 31t day of March next and will then be settled to wit: 1 George W. Wells, Administrator of John rettleton deceased. 2. John Hun7. Administrator of James H. VanHouton. deceased. 3. Louis Smith Guardian of Catherine Smith ai'd others. 4. li. :ornell, Guardian of Sarah Cornell. 5. O. Peasley, Guardian of Eliza Ayers. 6. James .uiggeit Administrator of Amos Carr, dee'd. 7. Sarah Wise, Administratrix of Jacob Wise, dee'd. 8. George Honeter, Administrator of Mary E. Honett-r, Guardian of William E. Hone ter and o hers. 9. John J. liasher Administrator Elizabeth Gook. 10. John James Administrator of John R. Davis, deceased. 11. L. S. Wells. Administrator of Richard Wells c'd. 12. James Cutler. Administrator of J. A. Fresh wau-r. 13. James Cutler. Administrator of Mary Freshwater. 14. David G. Edwards Administrator of David Griffiths. 1-x Aneeiint Jenninss. Guardian of Jas. Jennings and others. id. oavia ijrorsucn executor or iNatnan Gorsuch dee'd. 17. Robert McCIure Administrator of ttcnard MctJlure. dee d. IS. Monroe Orcutt Administrator of Jon- epn Bowers. 1 19. Alexander Marsh.. Guardian of Marv j. tsriKn , ana oiners. 20. John Roloson Administrator of Ft PiinninorhATii Hiw'1 Zl. AlVin At is. P. Tuller Execntora of Kosweii Tuner dec d. 22. Everett a. Sherman Executor of David . Sherman dee d. 23. James Jamison Administrator of TT An nan carpenter uecu. 24. A. H. Jennings Guardian Jolin H, x rey et at. mr-10-4t Probate Judge, The largest and best Stock of VALL PAPER Ever brought to Delaware is now being received at the NEW BOOK STORE Beautiful Patterns at Bottom Prices. We have the ONLY Wall Paper Trimmer in Delaware County, and trim all the Wall Paoer we sell FREE OF CHARGE. We can and mil give eood bargains. Look for sign or "IV F. W BOOK STORE." Feb. Zl, 1871 Bw MUSICAL.. JOIII F. LATETIER TAKES this opportunity nt tender ing his thanks to the citizens of Dela ware and vicinity for their liberal patron age for the last twelve or fifteen years, and would respectfully inform them that, lie tiut removed his Store to the opposite side of tne street, to uio room iormeriv occunled rv J. 8. Cox, which he baa fitted up In modern style, to meet the increased demand and taste of our thriving City, and has made great additions to his Large and Varied Stock of Qoodi. Ue has on hand a fine stock of - CHICKEUING EMERSON PIAIVO FORTES, and fully prepared to furnish any Piano uinuo iu iue unuea estates at ine flrioriosi notice, and on as Reasonable Terms as can be procured at any houuo In Ohio. "o niou t ppivuuiu SLOCK Ol COTTAGE AND PARLOR Organs and ITlelodeons. STATIONERY AND FANCY Gnnna He also invites iartlcnln.r nttontinn n large stock of European and American ea. CUROHO PICTURES Aad Frames. Hoping by bis long exnertenex mil 1, strict attention to business, to merit a on tinunoe 01 their patronsKe. . my7a JOHN F. LATIMKH. LEGAL OTICE. Itegal Police. Kancy Ketch em and Nelson TfptpTiPm of Ontario b ounty. New York, and John H. Blaney of Clinton ounty, Michigan, and Mary BUuey, Znas hit-, tlltn White anrt Aviwta Eianey, of Delaware county, O., wil tas: notice i hat Beta y Blaney, idow of George Bianey, d-ceased, oh tne 3d day of February A. D. 1871, filed her peiition In in ' un oi iommon pim&, winin ana for the County of uelaware, nd Stte of Ohio, praying tor aKstnrn-Dt t Dower in me louowmg aesenbt-a piemiSM, lo-wii : In Porter to nsh p. Delaware ooui.ty,uhio. and is a rmrt of section two, township five, ange sixteen, U. 8. M. Lands, and is a part of lot No. three in said seconi section, and is more uatticnlariv tandei. t-wit : Beginning 19 rods and 22 lins north. 51 degrees eait fiom New n aven street, iu the town of East Liberty, In Id County ol IX laware, to the center of the Cuyuhoga State road, leading from Ea-t Liberty io Fredericktow u, Knox county, Ohio ; thence along the cent r oi Said road seventv -three rods aad nineteen links o a stake: thence oatn seventy-eijriht rods and ten links to m Htake, oti the iutis of the gr-ntor. u the ast : fhenee wett th'rty--isbt rod and eiehtet-n links io a stak-. on the ount, road, on the south; theoce north thirty one degrees, west thiity sixty roos and twenty links to the plnce of beginning. containing eignt-een acres. Alro iu-lots No. th rty-two and thirty- three in the town of East Liberty, in the second nection ii fn- nun Township, am sixteenth rantce, Unitei States Military lianas, iu rurur lowiisuip, in saja touai ol Delaware. Also in lot thirty-four' in said town of Eatii Liberty, Porter town&nip, Delaware Also anottier tract of land in said Porter ownsttip, Ln-laWare county. Ohio, lu sec- ion two. township five, and rauue sixtei unit- a Kiaie M.l.tary L ns, and bounde co-wit: bKinnintr at a not drove in tn iuot the old i oist btooo. nt the f-outh-eaxf rot ner of id twn of Eat Liberty, iu Kaid forter townnhip, ai poiu (a) on a plat, o the iaid tra-toi ln mane hvJraes Eton county surveyor, to-wit . sugar tr-e 2 inchet iu diameter south tour degree, east iout linki, ditto three inches in diameter nonh !ixty-live dearees. west seven and thre- t'.orth link; thence north thirty-nine degrees, west along tne line oi JN e w riavt-n tret thirty and one fourth perches to u fone on a post set iu the center of the New Haven feiate ro.d, at point (B), crowing viain street at twenty-three prrch, Deacii ten inches lu diameter, north sixteen and one-fourtn decree., west ne hundred and twenty-nine uud one-fourth links ; then re nortn ten degrees, six minutes, eat along he c-nter oi the New Hav-n -tare road onr hundred and fifty-six and eigut-te-uti p-rcn to a stone on a poKt on tne lot um , aX point ), beach KeVrii inches in diametei outh foty4ine and oue-hlf degrees, east uiiy-eigni ana one-iourui iiuks, onto tei tuches in diameter south eighty -eight uo oue-fourth degrees, wetnixty-H.ur midoue-furihlink-; iheiceout& eighty niueauu turet rouith degrees, east long the lot lin between lots No. two and three eight.v-thret- ud eighteen hundredth peicb. to a post nd four small stones at p int (D). at the north- w e.t ?oner of Adam JolinMnVlami. Oasswood twenty-six inches in diameter north sixty-f. ur degrees, eat ten links. beacu sixteen inches in diameter south sixteen degrees, west sixteen and one-h.lt t nsis: thence south along the u est line oi said Johusou's land oue It und red and eitfti ty perch to astuue on a post on tue souti hue of sid tot N'o. itiree, at p-dut (E), old bearing tree cut down, made new bearing beach ten inchs in diameter, north thirty- five iegrees, we.-st fiity-seven links, dito five inches in diameter, no. th e guiy-nine and one-half dt-grees, west alon the lot lne ninet - hret- and reven-ienth perrh to a post on tne tine oi tuim street in said iwn oi East Liberty, at point (.Kj, white ash six inche. in diameter, south seven dregre-s. west twenty-two linfts : thence uorth niiv oue degrees, ea-t alonu th line of faid street, or east end of New Haveu street. two and sixiy-five hundredth perch, to the place of beginning. C niaintitg. by esti mation, one hundred and nine acien. and seventy-five rods, and ninety-nine one nunaretitn roan ox land. Said petition will e for hearing on the mn any oi August A. u. ist, or as soon inereaiter as same can oe neara BETteEY BLANEY by P. Feb24-6wpfS33,25 C. Beard, tier Atl y. Legal JVotice. T T AHHIET WEST and tier husband Henry West who reside in Monro- County Michiau, Louisa Braumiller who resides in Delaware County Ohio, Mina Morrisou and ier husband Wilitam Morri- on. who reside in Jas County Indliina. catriarint cnr.yerana nernuso;,nrJ Josiaa cnroyer wno resiae in we. .l,ouis m i.-oun. Aiidh Lather nd h-r husband J. J. Last and Susan Morgan who rei1ein Delaware County Ohio, Mary Rilson and heruunrdlan Alfred Kilsoi., who rt-sldes in oiumbus Franklin County Ohio, Levi West and Rend Israel West. Andrew Levi West and John West, minor chiidic-n of Sarah West deceased who reside in Shel,y county Missouri, Abraham bewanl West who reside in Monro Countv Mirhigau, and &llnbeib West who r-sid-8 iu xenesee county Michigan, tne Kaid AOraham Seward WfSt.nnd ri:iisaieth beins minr children of said Sarah West deceased will tke no- tic tbuta petition was hied agHinst them on the ltdavol March A. D. 1871. in tr- 'ourtof Common Pleas for the 0untv ot Delaware. Ohii b John Shivelv and Shlvely demanding partition of the fol..w- ina Real Iiisiate to-wi'.: ituate in the coun- ty of lielawam and Stale oi Ohio and being lot or lana oeing twenty-nve acres to be ken itr the south part ot furm lot No. 4 which said furm loi contains 88 acres and is situated in Rantfe 19, township 5, section 4 United Strnes Military land the said lot No. 4 is bounded as follows to-wit : on the nonh by laud forme ly owned by Van Bremen's: on the east by the centre ot Whei stone River ; on the soutu by lot No. 3 (formerly) Deumging io uoi. Allen ana on the west by the section line. The said John (jotliebUooK died seized in fee or twenty-five acres on o- the souh Md f said lot iNo. 4mi also lof or land In aia county in range 19 township 5 st-ctiou 4 1k- KiuuinE at the turnpik- n-ar to th-north east orner ol land formerly owneil by Al len thence south 8 rods; thence west 20 rods; thence nortn8roos them e 20 rods to the Dlace ot b elnnlntz eontainina one acre. That the ijext tei m ol said Court on the 14th of April A. D. 1S71 or as soon thereafter as tht. same can be heard the aid John Shlvely and Eliza Shively will apply for an order that partition may be made of said premises. juhn bui v kjly . ELIZA SHIVKLY. Poppleton it MeElroy, Att'ys mr-3-5tpfS15 PROSPECTUS. 1818. 1871. THE DELAWARE GAZETTE Unlike the bout of foreign monthlies week: ties and dailies which have no con cern for our Home affaiks, is especially uevoiea io tne interest oi i ne FARMERS, MECHANICS, WORKING MEN, BUSINESS MEN, AND PEOPLE OF DELAWARE COUNTY, with which it has been intimately indent! fied for OVEE HALF A CEKTTJB7. ESTABLISHED IN 1818 the GAZETTEishowabouttocloseitsFiFTY- becond olume and enters the ew Yeaj with the fletermf iimioti on the part of its f proprietoia i spare no pains or effort to j make ita worthy and reliable teflex of (he ! intelligent community wlncti it aims t serve, and mor attractive than ever aa a I standard nOJIE PAPER ot the PEOPLE. In its literary department Its purpose is to I exclude trasn, cultivate u. pure taste ana rnrnisn neaitny entertainment tor tne r Home Circle in the way of the latest and best or CHOICE STORIES, RACY SKETCHES, SELECT HUMOR, INTERESTING CORRESPONDENCE and all that in most fascinating and Instruc tive In the current lilerature of the dav. The Gazktte will also aim to wive full and reliable leportsof all LOCAL feVEN I.S oi puunc ion-rest higr-tner wltti aconipr hensive summary of GENKRAL N K and an accural- table or HOMK MARKKTH. iDtb tarm and Household l)t purimeut I gruotlcal iDtormation for ihe Fakmek ami I oUHKKEEfEK will bn carefully compiled. in stiot t our aim la to make a oaoer valu- I able for Its oq Bahe and useful Lo the com munity In which w live, and in this hope ! to receive a continuation of the liberal en- ( couranemenl linretofor. awarded. All obiectlonable aclvertlaeinents exclud- 1 Terms of the Gazette Two Dollars nor niiuum in auvaucu. LEE &, THOMSON, ntllNlir. JATJCS II. HBTnAIiI9 (Successor to Bethard A Salisbury,) Dkalxb ts all Kinds or Choice Family Groceries, Provisions, Country Produce, &c, BTO. 91 SASOrsKY 8THKET, East Side betivecn. Winter and William ttrteU ' rHK esitei ot t rt people or Dola eifullv solicited. All iroons I war- is respeci fully solicited. delivered free ol charg anywhere within the city limlta. Try me. Highest market price paid for til lilnds of Country Produce mr4. TO-lT EXTRA TRAITS I WILL in UNTII. FUBTHKB OKDIBB TO . C UIKY T1IE IIIU STOCK OF G It O C C It I E S ! WHICH COZVIIEY & WELCH' are Daily receiving and are Selling at 'Bottom' Prices ! T T AVISO lately enlarged t-ietr Store, M tlu-varvnow refly to fornish GRO- TtirniBn vriw Their stock is 'ERIES I-, any Quantity. alva s lull, ana uieir Groceries and - Provisions FRESH. Tbey keep cocsUmtly on hand the Finest and Bent Quality of Goods to be found in the market. - Call in and Examine our Good ami Pay Cash for all kinds of CO I" X TRY PUOOI.CE Rehkmbkrtiie Tlace: , t rtXRET & WELCH, Winter Street, 2 door west of By alt' t corner. 8. C. CONBEY, B. B. WELCH. Imaytitfi - IEW GROCERY ! JOSEPH WELTER , NSOlNCE9 to tne Citizen" or Del. aware and vicinity that he has opened Iout a New Grocery in the room formerly occupied by Aigin 4 Luckenbill, Kvans' HiocK., where an may nna a guuu nuppijr ut Choice Family Groceries always on hand, and to be sold at the lowe living rates. The highest market price paid for all kinds ox loonirv rrouuvv Everybody cordially Invited to call In and examine stock. mrlo-u LUCK EI RILL. &. WOOD, j KEEP COSSTASTLT on hand all kinds of PROVISIONS PRODITCE. One door Houth. of Watains & Tallmans Clothing Store. FOR. Y OCR Pure Spices, Cream Tartar, Soda and Salaratus. a- to the new store one door north of Latimer's Music Store. . LUCKENBILL 4m. WOOO. -Persons who are in the Habit ot using Tobaoco will mid tt tt thttlr tuivHtitAuo to 20 to Lucken bill Wotid to examine their well selected siot-kof choice Cigars. Fine Cut Chewing iso ditterenl kinds 01 ring rooacco. THE BEST Cigars in town will be found at Luckenbill & Wood's, one noor south of Watkina & Tollman's Clothing Store. BEST COA.L OIL at lowest prices, at Luckenbill Wood's. LrCKENBILL l WOOD are paying the high, st marker pn-es lor Butter and Eggs and all kind of Country Produce. BEST TE A at lowest- figures can be had at Luckenbill Woods. IVCKEMBILL 4s. WOOD keep a fine jaaortQieDi ot Candies A N"uis. one door north of Latimer's Music Store. OLD RELIABLE, old fashioned Rural Churn, all sizes at Luukenuill Wood's. FOR. FINE Sugars, Coffees. Teas and all kinds of Spicks go to Luckenbill 4 Wood's, one door south of Watkins A Tall- man'i- Clothina Store oci7-t UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. "' ' HATl a ; ' '- ... i . Land Grant Direct frm tha GoTern- Hietli ot 12,000,000 ACRES of the Best Farming and Mineral Lands in America. I 3,000,000 acres choice farming land on tne line oi tne roau, in me STATE OF NEBRASKA, IB THE Great Platte Valley. Now for sale, for ensn or credit at low rates tinierent. Tttse lands are near toe -iisr. para 11,-1 of North Latitude, in a mild and beitltby climate, and for grain growing and stot-k raising are unequalled by any in 1 ue u mien rtiateH. Convenient to market botn east ana west. Prices range from 82 50 to 810 00 p-r acre. GREAT lNUUC'ElrlENTS To settlers with limited means 8,500,000 ACRES rich government lands along the road be tween Omaha and North Platte. Surveyed and open tor entry tinder the uome-ieaa ana rre-emption laws, ana can oe taaen uy ACTUAL SETTLERS, ONLY. An onnortnnity never before present! for t-ei-n'lng home nrar a grt-at rail oad with all the conveniences of an old settled rountrv. New edition of descriptive pamphlets with maps, now rrady and ent tree to an tiar&t ot me uaiKu oiates, tuua da and Europe. Address, u. f . uAVis, iatia commissioner. jan6-3ml U. P. It. R. Co., Omaha. Neb. CROCKERY, &C. J . S , COX, r K A L B R IN CROCKERY. Glassware, Table Cutlery and Plated Spoons, Forks, Castors and Cake Baskets, and Nlcfcle Silver Spoons that will last for twenty-live years. American Block, Delaware Ohio. . mya-tf nRE9R arrival ot Cnoloa Teaa J i receiveu at. the Delaw Depot. JSU. W DONAVIN ian--tr Aaent. CLOTHES WRINGERS. IV It II G E 11 1 JEPO T. loivcml Cogwheel; monitor Cog .Vlieel, (Self-adjnstins Rubber Bprlngs;) Champion Pal, (Jog Wbeel, : (Roller Regulator ) Call and get one, and If not satisfied the money will be refnnded. Jan. 1. 'lift c. D. POTTER A CO WHOLESALE GROCER. V. T. HILLS, WHOLESALE GROCER -. , ' No. 4 Williams Block, ; UKLAWARK, OHIO. WILL constantly kip good Itoek of Hfaple (irocerlea wlileh will be sold at wholesale only, at prices aa low as tha market, Julyl4'B5-U dkvu' ons. ITIARCfl IO, 1S7I. Uriglit and Fresli Sew Goods. JH. MEMDE.M1ALI. &CO., arc now opening lor lheaiiy tiaiie choice se lections of Spring styles in DRESS UOODS. Lace articles. Embroiderlngsand Edgings, Beautiful White trimming edges, Shawls Silks and Poplins. OUR NEW CARPETS are handsome, and will be sold - at the lowest cash prices. A FULL assortment of Curtain Material and Shades, riain Reps, Satin Striped Rep, English Damasks, ' Lace curtains in Pairs and by the yard, , Self adjusting Boilers, Loops, e. J UST look at our stock before you. purchase Very Respectfully, J. II. mr-lOtf ITIendenhall & Co. TO BITTERS OF DR!? GOODS! Have just received their sec ond stock of Fall and Winter Goods, purchased in t he East since the 1-tte decline in prices, and now otter their customers the benefit of the depreciation and a fresh stock to select from. ER BROS. EncouraeeJ by their greatly ! GLOV- increased ousiness, nave bought l trgt-ly, and i-ow offer i ER out- of the largestand bestas- sttttmeutN in the county, at prices tbat will make theires tMblishment known as tne CHEAP STORE Of the City. DROS. LOV ER BROS. CLOV ER CLOV Invite attention to their ex tensive line of DBESSOOODU including those popular ?4AT TKENS. In all the new neu tral shades as well as a great Variety of PLAIDS ani other .seasonable Dress Crouds. Make a specialty of their BLACK ALPACAS, which they claim to be snperi'-r in texture and color to any other in th market ; also. PI'RB MOHAIKciand MOURNING GOODS. Offer spiolaI Inducement in VELVETEENS ati omtl to 83 p r yrti; BEAVER and other Cloaking and Sacki- gs; WATER PROOF, in B'ue, Green and Gold Mix, and oth er colors. ER BROS. CLOV- E BROS. Hnve a beautiful line of STRIPE n SHAWLS, PLAIN SHAWLS.- PAIHLEY and BEOt'HE 8HAWI S, FELT and CLOTH SKIRTS, BAL MORALS, LADIKH' .and CHILDREN'S FURS. . Keep good line of CLOTHS. CA-'SIMERES and GENTS1 FURNISHING GOODS, and they aie marked to suit, close buyers. 1 bey will have ail Woolen Goodsbough' of them cut free of charge by a first-. laes Cutter, GLOV ER BROS. -' r.C- CLOV- I ER"' ' Have a very large stock of i FLANNELS, : BLANKETS, COVERLETS, QUILTS, Ac, at the very lowest prices. BROS. j - CLOV ER BROS. CLOV ER BROS. CLOV ER BROS. Always have a large stock of BLEACHED and BROWN MUHL1NS. PRINTS, TICK ING. CHECKS, DENIMS, JEANS, and DOMESTIC GOODS generally, at eaaj rates. - . . i , ... .. Keep a very" attractive stock of Notions, Hosiery. Gloves Trimmings. Ribbons. E'Vfrman' Ze phyrs, Germantoiun Zephyrs Ztomastic Yarn, Ladies and Gents1 Underwear, Hoods, iVtt bias. drc. Have a lares assortment of GLOVE-FITTING&FRENCH CORSETS, HOOP SKIRTS. COTJRVOISIER CKLEBRATED KID GLOVES, Jobki-h KID GLOVES for SI 2.5 every pair warranted not to rip or tear. CLOV ER BROS. CLOV- ' ER - ' BROS . Are selling off their SHOES at Cost, to close them out. All should examine their ti'k before buying else where. Supply Country Merchant and Peddlers with G to.is at low wholesale rates, and invlt. their attention lo their stooi CLOV ER BROS. Snow tlieir Goods oncer fully to those wfcto favoi them wltU a call whctiiti they wtsnto tony or not. ; ,TIaiu St., below" ITillian, DEL. AW - OHIO. R are clad to asaaancs to the people of Dflawara and vlululty that we have made arrangement Willi the lol- lowtBs srooera to handle thla powder : N. J. aaUeher, H. C. Parka, ; i- - 1 i ! I , , II Cos Stay man, . C. F. Renner, Charles Kly, . Conrey Welch, J. D. Welter. mr-17-8mo T.Craven, M. U. Btoderlck. F. P. UolsniUler, M. Doyle. DEATISTS. C. SIM I). i. s. TR. SIM. bavins oornad a n office lis 1 1 EVANs BLOCK, is prepared to do all kinds of Deaul W ark in the latest, and most antiroved manner. itrarir. Nitrous Oxide used perfectly harmless. Kegutating a specialty. The most Irregu lar I. e ' n mvtf u-auiimi. A nnliancrs for cleft palate and loss o" sub stance, either by accident or disease in- gen oosly made. Makes Gold. Silver. Porcelain. ' Rubber Aluminum. Adamantine ana Weuon't Metal. Satisfaction guarantem. He uses Da. TWICH ELL'S "Sot ZAnino. which is a so't, flexible lining, made to fit tne gums per teeny, mereiiy preventing ir ritation of the gums and securing a mote perfect fit. enabling persons to wear Wetb who from old age or ltfM-aed gutita could not. It, can be attached to either of the above plates, ao that persons wearing pltea mat ao not nt or mat tan awn wnen lata lug or eating, can have them rem. died quickly, permanently and cheaply. We attach it to all of our work free of charge, but chaige So for attaching it to plates mads by others, can na see it, ai-o o-mrtcatei from pennons w no could not wear teetn ac all until they tried TurichelPs Soft liinint. All persons are cautioned against uslna It, as ne nas toe exclusive right lor tue town or uel aware. Diseases of the gum, mouth and throa cured. No charge for Examination or advice. Al charges m tderate. Nitrons Oxidi-administered for Surgeons in mi nor operations. , nprsu POWELL, SURGEON DE UT II 1 Delaware, Onto, Office formerly occupied by tAe Probate Judge WILLIAMS' BLOCK. ALL persons In want ot ARTIFI CIAL, TEITH. or any kind of Ikh- tal Woke, are respectfully invited to call and examine his different styles of work in Porcelain, Rubber, continuous Gum. Gold, or any kind of work now usually worn. All kinds of Ew-ntistrv exeeut- d at the most re sorbable ra'es and io the best of style, and ioarranted to give perf.-ct sati-laction. Par ticular attention paid to Filling and RSQ- tjIjATIno the jn aturai leetn. declU. 'tjy U. , L. A. POWELL F. EMMOH9. M- ROPF. DENTISTRY I AHK. EMMOK8 ts, ROPP respeetfnIJv U offer their m-rviees to the punllcaa the ftnc-cesnrR to Dunn A Etntnons, at tbe old established office in Delaware, ax Prarttlnal jjentinrs ana manuiacturers oi rnroeiain, Rabber, and all kliidsof work usually worn. Our onrivailed Pttroelaln Plate, with teeth and gametto clttfely resembling natare as to deceive 1 be tieti juriges, ttaviug twett an-a in tbls cnmmunlty for twelve yean, with lnureaxtna popularity, we eonfirit-utly rec ommend aw being unequallfd In leaiity clranlinew, dnrahiiity, perfect In fit and all ii.wiri.tilA micLltrfou Pitrt.ti-til.r u tf- n t Inn r,ald to FilTinu. Res-nlatlntr and Wti-nn he natural Teeth. - EMMONS A ROPP. WEWSPAPGR. .,j..:r.i jja.A. suitor., ! Site goUnyIily gm A KewtBiperof thePnsnt Tims. Intended for People Now on Eartk. Including Firmer. Meehanlci, Merehanta, Pro foxuonal Ilea, Workers, Thinkers, and all Maa ner of Honest Folks, and th WIym, Soaa, and Daughter of allsaoli. fLY ONE DOLL1S A YEAR t ONE HUNDRED COPIES FOB 3, Or lcs than One Cent a Copy. let there So a ; $341 Club at ewiry Poot Office. SEMl-WEEEtY SUN, 93 A TEA., or the sumo size anti general eharsctar as ruR tYeekxt, bnt with a grester variety of iuiscei:aaeona reading, and fnrnishinf too aswa t to its nuiMcribetft with greater freshaeas. beoamso it comas twice a week instead of once only. THE DAILY SUN, SS A YEAH A j.r.'i1 i:iuf.!itlv resd ;hle newspaper, wltli trie ; ttii'r'j c roniaLiun in tha world- Free. lade. De tJL'iic. a'tl tearlee In politics. Ailtbo Dews j from cv ryu-huro. Tw t ceots a Copy ; by ' SO c?: :. moath. or S8 year. ' TERMS TO CLUBS. THE DOLLAR- WEEKXY HVJtm i Five copies, one year, senarateiT aodreeaM. Fast Italian. Ten copies, one Tettr, eermratelr addressed and : an exira copy to the getter ap of clno). Eight Dollaiw. Twenty copies, one year, sepnratelr cddreiaott ' (ad an extra copy to tue getter np of ctnb), Fifteen Dollars. : Fifty cor.i". one tear, to one a'tdresa rand tao 8mii-i cet:y one year to iretler up of clnb), Tblrty-threa Dalian. Fifty ropifs, one year. .eparsteiT andreasotl (and : tue Semi- Weekly one yearro aetter at-O'cinr,). f Thirty.nvo Dalian. ' One Im nt'.rcA cnriee, one rear, to one address (ani tlte Daily for one year to the getter ut of club). Fifty Dalian, i One bnndred cootes, one year, separately ad dressed (anil the Dally lor one Tear to I Be crettar up of club), r bUty Dollar. , THE BEMI-WEEKLY BTTS, . Five copies, one year, separately addresred, I fiiatt Dollara. Tea cories, one year. separatelT addnaaad (ana an extra copy to getter up of club), : blxteea Dollar. BEND TOCB MONET j tn Post OfBre orders, ehecta, or drafts o Jfetr York, wnerever convenient. If not, tnen regiMtr (be letters contauiuui mouey. Address L W. BNGLANO, Pnblleher. Bun omca, JNew Tore Ctty. m3-20-uaJ THE GAZETTE JOB OFFICE, ts now one of the most thoroughly furnish on country printing establishments lu Oh.o, and is ptepared to execute in tha best and latent style - Eyery, Description of Printing " ' such aa CARDS, , i . BILL HEADS, . LETTER HEADS, POSTERS, PROGRAMMES, CIRCULARS DISPLAY CARDS, VISITINO CARDS, BUSINESS CARDS, : " WEDDING CARDS, BALL TICKETS, CONCERT TICKETS, . ADDRESS CARDS, CONSTITUTIONS, ' i BY-LAWS. PAMCHI ETS, CIRCULARS, CATALOGUES, PRICE LISTS. At city prices and in the best style. Therw In no need to a.outli (tie eounty for p-lutiiiK of ANY KIND. Lttl til. man e remain here to encourage borne work wen, We Dront.se that our work shall reeom. mend itself .nil annrantee that It shall give sutlstMClloii. Call auu see stuutlt:s. L. A. LEE A. TROHSOIV, j S. LYRUAND Sc CO. (Successors loJJLf. L. Starr.) The Upper Drug- Store UTHIFUCITOetT Pure Drug, Medicine. tmical. Dytvff ' Oils Paints, Perfumery. Preparations far the Hair at FcatA. Snap, Tooth Brush, ; Brush of all hind, PaU MtU- ,. cine, and every articl ur- cuTy j . to be found tn Drug Store. Physicians Prescriptions Compounded with special care, and oarj be relied on tor purity of material and aoeo- racy or com position. Feb. 12. '6s. 8, LYBRAND A CO. '"' ' PAirSTTS. ' FlrTVElTOCK atrtetly Pr taad. Atlantic Leavd, Zlno. Rock Paint, and all colors, both diy and arotind In oil, fOraalo oy r. j, " t i. , v Opposite Aaaeriaa liouso. FRESH DilFCS RECIIWD overr weak at tha Cen tral Drug Store, opposite the American House. N.U.BTARR, Druggiat. OILS. RAW aad Boiled Llasood Oil, Lard OH.Neafa-ftx.tOll, Flab Oil, Lubricat ing 011. and Coal Oil, sold by N, U. BTARR, Drue-srlst, Opposite American House, JJeuiwar, O. PURE SPICES A NO strictly Pan Craasa Tartavr astd Soda, sold at the CENTRAL DRTTO BTOP15, Opposite American Hoaoe ' STARH'8 READY HEJIEDT Supercedes the necessity of paying; 5 cents for a thimble fall or Pain Killer. It Is equal tothoiwst Palo enroa In the market, and costs bnt half aa much, and warranted to answer Just as well In all caaea. It you do not oeiieve it, try a. For sale, wholesale and retail, by N. V STARR, Delaware, O.. and kept by al) Country Merehanta. aptau FOR ArYTI2ir3 . rtt the list of Draff fists, call at th Drug Store of - N. U. 8TAR14, Opposite American House Jnly 10, "68. Delaware, BRUSHES, COMBS.TPerrwaaory, TaUat Soap mm4 Fancy.Artlcles, sold by il, u.criuvn, vrnaiiM RYE STUFFS, OF all kiBds, aad tha heat ajaauty, kept constantly on hand at . TJ. STARR'S DRIB STORK, Opposite the American House, Delaware. O. PURE WIIES BTO Llqaors, (or Medlelsmal CTsoa, Car sale by N. V. HTA KM, Drrutviat, Opposite American House, Dmawaro. B1EOICAU. AYER'S HAIR VIGOR, For rostorlsis Gray Hair to tt matat- ral Vitality sat Color. A dresaln w b lch a once agr cable, heal by and effectual for pro serving the balr. PadeA or Gmy hair is soon me rtor edtoits original color cA) the gloss and freshness youth. Thin balr 1 thickened, falling balr checked, and baldness iiw', often, though not al ways, eured by lta nse. Nothing can re--tore the hslr wbere tha follicles are dt. royed, or the glandsatronhled nd decayed. Kut such as remain can be saved for nserul nesa by tbia apptUtaiion. Instead of fori lng the hair with a paatv sediment. It will keep it clean and vigorous. 1 occaalonal use will prevent tE balr from turning gray or falling off. and consequently pre vent baldness. Free from those deleterious substances will- b make some preparations daisaeroua and Injuriooa to the hair, tbe Vltror can only benefit but not harm it. 11 wanted merely for a OAIR DRESSII.G, notblne else can be found so desirable. Containing neither oil nor dye, it does not soil white cambtlc let lasts long on tlte balr, E'Vlng it a rich gloasy lustra and a grateful perfume. PEXPAB1D BT DE. J. C. AYEH C Ca. 1 RACTICAL hND ANALYTICAL - CHEMISTS, Lowell, IflaM. PRICK 1.00. Sold by all Drugglata. dec90-8m 8FECT1CLES. MOXET CANKOT lit If IT I For Sight is Priceless ! THE ' DIA5IOD GXJLtSZX, MaBoraetared by. a. K. SFKSCKR sk- CO, H. T. , Uri.lMk.Mnnw ntTerm to the Public, ar pronounced by all th-celebrated Opuolau ox tue w oriu ut us uv MOST PERFECT Natural, Artificial belp to the human ey ovork own. Thev are ground under their own super- vision, i rotn niiiiui. "j"' . . , bwiFttu,,. and derive their naune, "Lla- mond. on aooount of their nardaeoa and brllllaucy. . . . . Tlte Scientific Principle On whloh they are oonstrunted brltrs th Cure or can t.t of h leua directly In front of the eye. prortucina a oiear ana ot'oj preventing all uopltsjuttit sens&tloue, siwh a gllminrlng and waverln of aisltt Ula- aiuess,etu., jjvui " y?irv are Mounted in the rnsef Mtnr, In frames of the beat quality, of all mater ial. UMttU tur tll.l jturpu-.. THEIR lTINlBH A NO IllRlllLITT - oaks' or aa uarAaaao. Caution. None genuine unless boarlrtf their trade mark O slanired on avery frame. . . . j, B. IL, a I' l , jewetra inn ) " , ' whom lhay can b obtained. Thowgow l are not supplied to Peddlers, at any pr.oo. eprs, TU-iy pa . i . For .'Rent.',, , ' ' 2 BVTIt.DtHrCI o "Kalsi Stroo t, aaUtahto for buainesn and resit i nee for tamitr. uukI loC.O.1 :hKiulMMlala Qo'a, A ' to J,U. Mndnaau. rur-t- ri'Mlc UtUwsra Uatantta aava 1 1 t IrcnlHtlttn tliwn an v ot titr f,n p t Kill C onrNtirinl I'iHtrift, whu-n -. t a valua tle ad verttslnn n.lt nit,. T ng ache tule of prices unit be Ktnrtii, adh er.-e-fEa: - 4 - n x - i u a i - - -?5f?t;i r??Tff ts U H ; fi - J : ' ' !4 552? ? rTa i -f a f s f g r J j Xt- s s r 4.J d 'i ' rr - 'o'O'.' ' , if 22 2; i -,- -' o l s ? ? yyvyyV ti ffs 5 Tirssiwr-.rll fxijC J ----- . - JLTL- Sf ? SB & l3Sr,r-, ! ay ' r - S t -?- , er ZcS -2. 'i-i'i. AttaeliBntpnt, Dlvnrrr, Ailmiutiti oava arto Kifcatsr'i MtoH--., ntu t paUt for liefor tiiM.rtli,ft, Hh mMi ail Ksr. Ir and Traaslral Adrll!, mr Niiw hut snltri niHixltc cut I mrM i. STOV ES. TlX Yf Alii;. &. o u IS Y O IJ It T I r: TO II IT Y 4 CHEAP!! T L Y li 11 A i. I iYCIV STC "'It ' " Horfb end or, Williams i:i(si Bent. 24. 1808 fllLLlAERY. LAD1 lES, A'l IL.VI ic : LARGE and S 1 K ."' I i ,:- r . ' 8TOCI cf .till 1 in rWOVLII aaspeesrally ssslinsM to anrtltl;ns of Lw-iuware Htitt vitlnl!. thatliaveon hHnd at nil linus a clutir and well selected stock of SIlLLl'ERY and . The lfttit nTvlenof BONNET- sod HAT. RIBBONS, FLliM KS, ORNAMENTS, an.l STRAW TH I M M I N GS BONNET & HAT FRAMES. VEILS. LACES nd embkoiii:ry. HANDKERCHIEFS, COLLARS an.l CUFi S, STAMPED AFHONS. CORSETS, UOCPMUKT, nOSlEUY. Ac. I have also added to my M 1I.LINFRY Ins stock of I R Y O ODS ! Which will t to your Interest to examine before purchasing. I all ami fHf I am prepared at all times to attend promptly to ail orders of M.litnt ry. DONT FOR3ET MY IXX ATION-A fe door north of Evans I, look. M. C. i:M LL, No. Booth Main Ftreft, liflsWHrc. O Jalv 1 t o o IIOOP-SKIKTS, Kv. ITXrs. TI. E. PEARCIIaV CO., "r- MAUCFACTCKEUS OF OOP S Ik I R T S AID DBALSnS IX CToalerj'a " l ar.cy UooiH, " ' - AttS 1 r"ijfiotsi. Ha. Hamdssaky ktr.et, flppotit the Court tlmtse. brass-aiaaiag doss tserdcr, eapSS,'7-ly UKLAWiKKO., FAR" I'. IIS. OHM W. IXIUVI waa v HuntirfHl Iir ti.nfiril st 1 la reor ti Will and lhtn ot mm ititti n tt-r w mob bo witi jy th liluhval t mil aad bun. ntA n . :