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The Mercer Scheme.---A Warning
The Mercer Scheme.---A Warning to Young Women.---What California
says to Massachusetts.
Not Ion ' time a man nur.i-J Mercer
galh.Ted u,i teveral liuwiie I girls, ill flCi
allwred u, ffvrral liuwliel girls in Ne
bnirland t-nJ shipped theiri to some port on
the l'aci.l; cva:. TU.-v er all prmnis mI
y i-i. -i
uon ui " oain.'i nil? lu ue uomeii. if-
' V sec, i li litt'e sutjui-f ain
il'tnution ilmt i tie Mo.nor has m i;i:i!' um
toci'tliei h thi. 'i -nd or mine ilmuliVrs il :
martyred sol'it-rn ami ilhi r, ami li. n .iruii
i) tin 'lii cuinl tri'li ilirin. 'I'I'PV aio lolii
lliut homes Aiiil living IiIis.:dii!s awuii
hi m on tlirir iinivrtl. Tn wlmlo ir.ijfci
in ile ii-iio i. 1'ie oll'-iiriii nl llie l'iji,i i f
n fanatical loul. T mnuetliii g u llniiininii
tiinffi w or That ll.fn! are ni i.iv n un
men in the P. cilic S a:rs Sj un: iiimi'tr
rieit is dmibiK'.-!! true. That llaie an
llmusin'n h. ie who n vor uo.ilJ manv if
who neler ou,h. M b, i.Uoac.1 to
marry at u'l. rom Hie very limine ol t!:e j
country, the puriiit.s of the pni,ul.i'ioti and
the unstable, unse:ilt'il I'otiiliiioti o.' il.iirs
in the mining rfjinns, tlie larger niimier uf
men ilo not marry anj heci m ir-f.pe.l of
permanent In mes. and t!ic influx 0' n 1 li 11
sand or two unpiotected ftiiiults vtotiid a. Id
nothing to the moMlit) of tlw cotintry.
i hi If the poor gills themselves uot'KI be I
fjposed to perils which 110 loiin purL-nl
or brother would be willing tu Uve Ihtm
" If these girls ate liie Jiiiiglitrr. of Un-
ion soldiers, tliry deserve bj.ler of tl;eir ;
country and the Stairs of their birth than '
to be thus transported fur life, like o tinny
convicts to Aujtralii, It is a c!iPUiva!
cf getting rid of thorn, no doubt, but it re- j
fleets no ciedit on the Sta'c or States guil- ;
ty of transporting them. Tlni tli.inces of.
1 well educated, reuiicd end IiiIp. I ifnt ft-.
male marryii.g well in iho IViilc States 1
to day are not greater than in the Atlantic ,
Etifs, while the perils to w!,i 1, they ore .
inevitnblv mdosp.1 . ar t,n liirp, rroatnr. !
inevitnbly exposed. are ten titr.e3 creater.
!t is known to our pulicn that the houses
of ill-lame in San Frunoisc Jire systeiuat
ically supplied from New Jingland with
young girls gt there I into depots in ilo.ion
by regular procure.-jca. uhosti business it is
to take orders lor uny (jived i;um!;?r, and
for'varl them by s'tMiivr. as live bt:ic!s or
other goods an J chattels nr forwaided on
consign rr.ent. A c
cn u'ly warrant ng
befiirP tin. m'i'e i-nint
at lore im. .o,Ke enn 1
two cf Hi.? ynniin gliU
this sta'e.r.ent wa?
las', week, hiid on
being '.oi l by the Jtulo that tlie pnners ;
tney ntsct signed in ticston,
of sale of ili'iir porsons or
wis .e-,.iTior.., ,m ouiaixiru m mo-
riey for their pissago h-re. wrra null and
void in law, and they were at liocny torn'
,1.. TV1. , .1. I. . , 1
M here they pleased, die ilisoppoin'.ed tigresi
all have a ;
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ere tree 0
cociiy remained : ' Well, we (hall
full supply soon brought out here
cnargi1, and we sinu not need
any more at our ownejornse 1 make nu
1 i.iow nu
tilts. Mr. !
chargo directly or iiuliiectly as'i'.s. Mr.
Mercer, who may be Iho purest and most 1
phiMnthronic individ,al above ground ; but i
for Heaven s take, let the prs of tho cuun-;
try cast of the Ricky Mountains Btik out !
put a Stop to this business. Let no ;
more unproteitel fe.mle? be exporud to ;
iui urc Mii.ru ,
i cel tlie nin-iwh,l0
Fashions in the City. This ycir is
ending and the new one is beginning in
this city wiih several species of eiitortafn
nients among the fashionables di fieri rig from
olden times in this the substitution of ma
tinees fur soirees, the fjrniPt commencing
about three P. M. and ending at six or sev
en, often with dancing, while the latter
hein ut ten. eleven and twelve, midnight,
and thus murder their victims bv Into hours
and bad air. in close gas-lighted rooms. 1
Lvils thus correct '.liPtnselves. When pen-!
pie turn nigni iiito .clay mm nay into-nigtii,
then c mesa vibration of the fashionable
pendulum, winch brings 111 back t tho teus
and early evenings of our old grand moth- !
cr.'. who Wi'iil out in th aftenio,vi 11 visit 1
1112. and returned n ler llo-ir Hie nr v
0- - - - " ' - - ' - - -
..viw.t. ia 1
Another new fashion U (,.d a rather fast j
one.) or oung Lsdie' Assemblies, without i
their mamas, at Delinotiieos. Tiie leaux
there flourish in clover, without mama or 1
tuna tn look on. or brother. Thij is a two
. , - - - - -
Sis-r.nr n Cm Dnp nfmir pliinrri
..... "ne or our exchangos
says there is a young man In a town in
ermont who cannot speak to his father,
Previous to his birth some difference aro;e
between his molhor ind her husband, and
for a considerable time she refused to speak
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to bim. Ih S difficulty was subseque.illy
healed, the child was born, and in due time
began to Hlk, but when silting wi'.li his
was invariably silent. It coniinued
cn until ii fluo l.l o,l,
so until it was fivo years old, when the fa
ther, having exhausted his powers of per
suasion, threatened it with puiiisliBent for
its stubbornness. When the punishment
was inflicted, it elicited nothing but sighs
ond groans, which told but too nldinlv that
1T..1. . (tv. . . -i i
the little sufferer was vainly endeavonng to
speak. All who were present united in
, 1. : . ..:..:.. . u . . : . : , t
iiiiv vjiiuiuil, liuk ic ..UH lllipursiuie IO r
the child to speak to its father, and time
proved their opinion to ba correct. At a
mature age, its cffoits to converse with its
parent could only produce the most bitter
N. Y. Ledger.
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What was it? A ptomiiient hachelur
politician on the Renuebeck, remarked to
a lady that soapstone was excellent to keep
the feet warm in bed. Yes," siid the
young lady, who had beeiv an attentive
listener, " tmt gome gentleinen hive an
LoSat,:" V,Vlit riMZ
Mixico The Frenc'i Mii.idter flal'v
a cis t , 0?tnei L M 111
... ... ... ...
go.ng to leave mexico. tie uas idvices 01
a leceot nate, mtiicatirg that Maxinuliaa.'
stronger than ever w.tii ths prop!e, and
in a shor time pv.jrythin will be in a
most satisfactory condition for the stability
of the pretended e-npite.
French paper, speaking of American
naval commanders, says that we have a
Fanagut." Yes. we "have a Faingut,"!
and France, if she go;s to war wi,h us,
will coon have Nary-gut.
What is it we .11 frequently say. we ill
do, and no one bas ever yet done. Slop a
The beauties of holiness are rarely ex
emplified in a piiuting office.
" Oluo inton County
Willis L.aeli l'ilir.l UCou
i Common Picas.
I Katdolph Frazco.
Defti J Civil tot ion
Admir.i.-tnitor of Ephratm V ru zee dec' J ct a)
r.iiza -i rruzoo,-i;auiioipn rrszne, meailoro i
Miza A rrazoo,-Kauilolpn r rszne, Tlieadoro i
y;: 1" r",h -::,,!
c. . -
T ' ..," 1 ' . 1 "
A.lrazcoUudolph t razee, 1 bead, ro rr.iiUe,
, ' r S I"", u TV? .'' mUnM.ra; !
uiul Dewitt L. rruzce Ditelidunts sett r
it...t .-..l,rUi... if.,.,... .1,11.. !,. iir,-..u .7.
........... ,.r,. ...... . -.. w w ,
mo sain paiinnr.itio west uuiioiihe nor ii-cani
q'mrtur, and ti e nortli-cu-t (iiurttr. of I lie
tiuth-wc't iiiirt'ir. Mo the enht Imlfof the ,
fi'irtli west ti'.mrter, (axai r a twenty feet
widotxtcmliut,' :(.ro.v the north end, and one 1
ft mill of tin bto, onvloM'i UKaUravi Yard)!
nt Svtion niiinlior i.inotcen, ( Ij ) in Toanchip
i.iniiiii r ten. (10, j and id Km. (fa nriiibjr seven
tec n, ( IT.) cohtuiuii.K Two hundred and '.wen- :
ty-l'oiir aoren mora or kn. Thiit.tho mid ntco I
iiiunt toiivll is in riti!!;.',Miio 1 nouied und do-.
,i. ro l t tl.e uid t'laliititl' li? tho niid !
Kl'h'uini Fn.zoe, d dated .March 2.1th lSC'i.
-1, ''ty TTli d llutiHl j
umbo l.oiMiit law nr.d lo.'al rupreututlve of.
tlie hi 1 J t Lrnirii rrtzee dec.caed.
'l'liu jid jetltiou, will bo hear I at the not'.
Term (ftli j four; of Commcm I'Ii-m, within I
un.l t'wr mid 6""iinty of Viuli;iiand Stiie of Ohio
audit Mulos tbu MiiJ dvfta. I load or L mwcro 1
by ihii 'h d iyof Jaiiiiury A. !). 1-iiilthoj
acverul n. en und tliiiiifs set 1' r'. li thoiiin
mIU bcaliOb Coufea.si'il.
WIM-IS tFACIf. I
Dec. 7,15 5- II .Uimjv Atty for !
Ohio, by Jackson Wortm in, nnl I now inl
and lu;r. whoraln said JaekBon Wortman demands
i-crtltio: of tho fdiDwln Uoal Ertato, Mtua-
Stolen OA.), Yintnix Cunuly:
JaeVsou Wortiiinn, IT if, 1 lVtition for I'ur-
Wm. II. Trim, Bt al. Deft.. ' of Common l'le's '
I iiiion in v mil
of the 1
servinir In 1 10 L b. ArniT. Ilol.lcn .u. inn 1,
( til0 county of .iacknon, iMao of Ohio, John j
K. Tripp, of Jackron c-.nntj , Ohio, now i-crv- ,
I" In the U. S. Army.oiiver T. Trip,,, of ...id
Vinton county, now mirnnjr in tr.o U. fc.Army,
or aid inton connty, 6tcp11en.11. r. n'l'P. :
Looiii!u 11 Tvipp. a minor, of th county of ,
Jackion, Sa'.o ol 01. 10, I.ovin Iripp, iutor
married with Hubert F. Jodcp, of lliacoui.y
of Vo!ls, Ptatoof Imliaiia, I l'zate h Tripp,
li. jrnnrrio 1 vi?:i Alex m lor Liwnti:, ol
s.ill VI1101 county, K.-bejea Tripp, inter
111 irriod with Ncifi Low, of caid county of
Vinton, Mar Ann .Tripp, hit rm.irriod tilth
Levi Livinifstoii, of s::i.l county of V inton, und
Loni-a M. Tripp Intermarried wit 11 licor'a
ho. Ka, of Kiii count of ao ., l o are
ohl'.dwn a' 1 liurs at !a V ot W t.l.mi II. A.
Tr (,u ,H4cJ ltli, u.nimU c, Illinou iu,
jt, Yotiti.nor . in tho rrcm:. iKioi.iuf.er Je- !
K.rii,j J, Nancy .Tripp, widow cf '.Vildam II.
LI AM II. TOIT.of U,o County of
iy. Plata of tllinid. David S. Tripp, I
ounty ot Vinton, Stato of Ohio, now :
K.rn,5 1 1, nancy l.iri ip , wiuww ci ni iuauu. .
a. Tripp. d,jcca.-cd. ol the couuty of Juckson,
at9 ol.-;,... wh.. h entitled to dower in the
ol' '"u V"""? n"J Mary K.Tripp,
f j e Tf. (lec0 a?0., ( ,,
s )icir ut ,11W WiuVm u. a. Trlti,)of tho
cruntv of Jauksan. Stnto of Ohio, t.nd U entl-
tied to d )or in tin part of said piemWes,
tied tod )or in tin part 01 sain piemies,
on'J said Jmso J. Tripp, doecusod, and
hit hei. r laT an 1 minor children, to-wit:
,,irvey ,,Tri l!uclicl A. Tripp. Latin A.
Trippi William E. Tripp and Mary A. Tiipp,
of .laokson countv.Sateof Ohio, whono ten
ot .Jinjicsoii county, ftaie 01 v
ants In common with tho pot!
ants In conim in with the petitioner in iho said
premise, v.iil ta!;o notieo tlni
ln uni f; ,l3 Paitl c,uu..y
I llllli II UMI li'll ItliP
tli d iy of N jvom
Common l'Uiu aitli-
u ,.t v iiit.,n . r,r:iln nl
'Tin North East nnnrtcr cf tho South-
Wo-t quarter of Sufion Number Ono in Town
ship Nunibor EiRbt.of Uano Ntimlwr EUU
tcon, containing forty acres j und that, at the
next tarm of a.iid Court, tho Mild Jackson
YVcrtmnn will apply for un ordor that partition
ma, bj mado of eai I prti.iisori.
T.y Tiratton & May, bis Att'js.
Die. Sr.ii, 16 3 fivr
1 t"T-4l"P number nine, ('.' , and ol raniro num- ;
ber nineteen, ( li)contaiiiln forty ( U) a.res !
: an.j ton.ono Lun liedths (10-lOi-j of an aero j
i moroorlcss. I
; Al-o, tho scnthcat-t qnar cr i f thisouthouat i
; 11!,'tcr of scitii n mnnher tlnriy-fivo (S.'.i I
1 wiiliip nnmiMr nine, O-') ''" ""n!b"
nineteen . (l'J i commoneinir at tho section line,
; whero the lino crosso thi road, runninn on
: saM line foity (40 1 rods and twenty-live 1.25)
, foet, tbenco north on faid section I'ino tliirty
father ' 8ix 'Cli) r" '" 10 eonpty road, theme nlouR
1 Slid road lifty-four ( 51 rod a.id hirtecn Vi)
.S7ife f Ohh, Viil")i County:
The fatof Uhiu. Pltff. 1 In Court of
vs , 1 "in. jicus
franklin Thac her and Wu.-.h- f Jucltsnr. Co-
inirton Thaeker, Defts J Ohio.
1)1' HSU A NT to tho -onimur.d i f an exicn
lion in liu nbr.vo canso to mo directed J
from "tho Court if Cowmen Pleas, of the afore,
...i i r 1....1 1 in , n-... , r.,l.ii,.
Eill'l lUlll.l, I'l UULHIIi .Will W1.MU
.i .1..-.. in i i,n
town ol MoAithur, in the county cf Vinton, on j
c 7 ... n ,
tl'Ui'utj, lbi Vf'.i'J (, I
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At J18. hf nr r.f 1 P. 'V1' f ' M- ?f lltt7 ,
Attbohf.nr rfl oVl.c't P. M.. of said day,
oo i"iiJ.iiiix ueserioju u iua uuu wuii.w v-,
i. . t ii a -i..i i i i .......... .n ,j
Tho i-oulbwcst nnartcr of the southwest
quarter of fcctimi number thirty-.-ix .',00)111,
feet to tho plaeo of beginning, containing four
( 1 i. seres more or less.
Taken as t!ia property of Washington ;
llniet.er, to aaiisfy a judgment ol attrojtaid
Court infavor of Tho Stuto of Ohio.
Appraised as follows, to-wit : The first do
jcribeu tract nppruised at four hundred dollars
senneu iruet appruisea al lour niinnron ooiwm
(in0 u0) nd tho wooud described iraet ap-
praised at forty ddiars, ($to eo), and mtut
1 . n'i...i . . . : 1
, oiiiifc vwu-iuirun ui iiiat mini rcspucuivijr
'rcrm" lf "ll0'ea!'1'1'?1hina-o,,n,rv
8hff. V. Co. 0.
Vf K. IIiKTiNns, Itt'y for Prff.
Jan. 3, l;iii-5
j At tin-1 1 of 1 oVl.x k l'.M.ofsiiiildnv, 1
tI,tf f'Ui,vlii .l.-rril,...! n-:il .-tiiti-: -iti't-
' at.nl li, ,h. ...t.iity of Vinton, ami, ow.l,ip
nf s...-tiou number xixt.-fii. township mun
is l)i rt iy;ht. or rniii! iiiiinlx-r sixteen, con
that tiiinin' eighty n.-ro more or less,
' AiijiraU.d at S .V pi r m-n:
I the cast half of the north-east (itar-
j tor of section, tow iisliii). .-mil nine til'ore
A ! euid containing eighty iicivs more or less,
j Appnil.-rd nt S." IHIjht ncre.
K.il,l panel of luiid must bring the ap-
Auditor's Sale of School
j j im
! qt TT7 nn nti tr. v ivrnv rn
j STATE CD OHIO, VI fOi CO.
r 1 in r.
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1.1 1 in. i.'i.hmi. i'iiiiiii n t itiMMi
(.'"iniw "in ni 1 ii'i rtiii- ti t j miui n
0( iik's.iii.. lo-wtt :
, Tl( Wl.., ,.., , ,,. ,OI.Ml.rast ,..,-.,,,.
: 'r 7. n oni
Terms of sale, one-twelfth In cah tho
residue in eleven eipml annual instalments
with interest froui the day of sale, to be
1 a" annuall
II. C. MOORE.
Auditor V. CO.
McArthnr, Dec. 2.t 21 wO
Ik suv and pay ,he printer.
lou "how place of residence In unknown to
itioJ nf heirsatlaw
ofjolfn Shifllett deceased, and tonantain com
Z30 ,. .i u , ,:!., i ,i .ii.-.i.-i..nl.
mon wllh r.ur r011.''0'16" in. 1, 9 following
Sialo cf Obtw, Yinton Courtly,
James liollingswortb and I In Court of Com
Nancy Holliugsworth hi 1 mon Pleas.
Wil'o; Puffs. V Petition for
V3 I Partition.
jra Niimett et al. U.;ts.J
Mnry SliiiEott wijow of John Shif
deceased, of Vinton County, Ohio
,U8M '"tormarrled w.h HouryB.Bnfl-
. ,,.. haninuttnr ripa, nhiH f will talis
notice, that a retilicn was filed offa nst them
oj theiind dry of Dcccmlier MDi, in the uid
Court of Common i'leas, for said Vinton eiun
ly, by Jjincn llollingjworth and Nancy Uol-lin.-wor'.h
his wife, who i.i an heir at law
of sfid J 0)111 SLilliott deccafed and tenun's In
ec 1:1111011 with above numed defendants, Jc
iimndin i'urtilion of tho following rul estate
i-ltuatod in raid county of Vinten, and dew) ib
C'l ns !' liowf, to-wit :
ll.eciixt half cftha north east nnartcr, of
section uuinber throe, in Towublup nunibor
cinluof Iti.rge number ciirbteon, nontaiulnir
' Ms lloi LivWt.W
: t lie next term
be for homing
Hratton & Mayo. A ty'g for I'llHi.
December 11th bC5-6w
Sluts of Ohio, Vinton County In Pt-'te
"" ..7 Vi. : V a ..' V.r iv" ,
0 ""V," "",u "V m , V,"'
til seller aim Jinuin uuuia, 01 mor-
Jonn Collins, Executor ") Tetiiion
of Levi Collins, dee'd. I'lt'ff 1 to sell lands
Bgainst J to pay
Susann Collins etui, defts j debts
Sustinn Collins, Mnmly Collins, Letitta
Cullins, jai.e Dozer, tJnmtiet Dozer, Vir
ginia Unit, John Ilutt, Catharine Cozad.
asn ngtotl cozau oaru. iv. i1:By, j.iaci,
i it...-.. r 1 o 1. tn ut . .1 '
nnd Levi WitieRarner, ot JHanon County,
niinoia and tho iinkr,
";f. , ' ,"
Com? er, w . e ol I et
Ulinty, irgtnltt, il
unknown heirs of Mary
Peter Compiler of Louden
ill take notice that
John Collins, surviving Executer of the
last will of Levi Collins deceased, cn the
lltli diy of DtC'inber 1865, filed his peti
tion in (lie said Probate Coutt, alleging
ihut th personal estate of said deceased is
insnfTicieiit to puy his debts, costs of ad
ministering &.C. that lie died seized; in fee
simple of the following real estate bituatcd
1 lie r.!l
in the sum i cunty 01 vintun, to-wn :
east (imtrterol the INortli east
;etUon number twenty four in
hip number niuc of range, number
:,....-,. PvpPnt siv'eni acres out of the
'"' pxrfPl nxent acres oui 01 me
SoiithttMt corner ol suid lot conveyed to
Thomas Foley. AIo the Mouth east qnnr-
li r ol the bob l h ta t quarter ol si'itiun
number nineit'cn in township number nine
of rang.' number nimteeu. And also the
North west quarter ol the North west quar
ter of section number niuctcen in tow nship
number nine of rnge liumber eighteen,
containing one hundred anil twelve acres,
more or lest. The piayerof which petition
is that said lands may be ordered sold, free
and clear of Dower of said Susann Collins
lor payments of debts &c.
Said' petition will be for hearing on the
80th day of January 18GG. or as soon there
after as counsel can be heard '
JOHN COLLINS, Ex'r
By Brat ton and Mayo
December 14 lSGo Ow
kimiev null lilhn .tllilprip . II mum.
uountv. un 0 ; iUineriue vv inesarner.
State of Ohio, Vinton C'M)iy,
John A. Brown, Pluintilf. " ln Conrt of
nijainst ' r Corn. P, order
E.A. Rratton, et nl. Deft's j of Bale No. tl
IJL'USUANT to thn command of an order ot
sulo in tho abuve cause to me directed from
the Court of Common Ploas. of the aforesaid
county of Vinton, I will oiler at public tab at
tho door of tho Court llowso, in the town rf
McArtliur. ic the aforeraid county 01 Vlnt"u on
TiKi'lity tebruimj the Gth A. D. liid,
at the hour of ono o'clock, P. M., or said day
., 1. ,, . . , 1 . . 1 , , fc . 1
the tollowinff property , to-w it i lu-lot Number
CJ0(M() , ,ho toffU f MArthur' Vin
Taken im tho property of E A. Bratton. to
UatUfy a judsmontof aforesaid Court, in favor
ot John a. tirown.
. Appraised at t)ne thousand MX
Appraised at Onr thousand six hundrod
.1..11.... .... .. .-. Id .f !.
umiuia, aim mush uruiu ,w-uiiyo vi ma,
TERMS OF SALE.o(ifh In hand.
ShorilT Vinton County
Grofrhan, Llppey & Dana, Atty'a for PltlT.
January 4th liit-iv
aidVn; a aca ,
shuttle bihi st might needle it makes a
E,!,,h' which can neither np r.or ravel
Con w!.u -.nt the came tune, it can operate
From tbo Now York Herdd.
Prominent among the mechanical tri
umphs of this most ingenious ago, com
mon honesty compels us to notice the Em
piie Sewing Machine, commended as just
ly styled pei lection itself. Useful as have
been tlie various sewing machines, from
time to time presented to the public, each
one of them has been cursed with some
radical defect, which detracts from general
utility. Warned by the experience of his
predecessors, the inventor of the Empire
Machine has produced an instrument, com
bining all the advantages for which others
re vaunted, aud obviating every defect
which can be attributed to them by the
moat fastidious critic.
The Einpir0 Macniue is a marvellous com
bination of simplicity, economy and perfect
workmanship, being durable, free froma li-
bilily to get out of order, noiselesi, and ea
e a ; t. 1 1
v ui v iw ran un. us mecnun cai coniu
, . ,
perfectly upon every species of material
Irom les her to eamhric, with threads of
cotton, linen or silk, fiom the finest to the
As Hie L. 11 piie Machine is gradually
supplanting its more antique rivals, no
one in want nf a moie usel'il iestrument
of this description, be he or she tailor,
coachmaker. dressmaker or seamstress, can
dn otherwise than teeure of these econom
ical and inimitable machines, suited alike
for family and manufacturing purposes.
The office of the Empire Manufacturing
Co. is at No. 536 Broadway, New York
City, where they are now supplying these
Empire Machines at prices lar below the
real value of the instruments. New York
November 30 1865-ly
MARIETTA AND CINCINNATI
FROM Tecember 3rd 18n5, Irains will
leave Stations named aa follows I
10.00 P. .M.
Marietta, 6:3S A. M.J
Ilopo Stution, 10;23 "
Vin. Furnace 10:57 "
4:4 5 P. M.:
Trains connect at Hamden with Mall
traia,to and from Portsmouth Ohio.
Deccinbor 7th ISJi-tf
GILD AN SILVEU
Oi HEAT SEX S ATIOX ! ! !
WATCH El, CLOCKS, C1IAIKS, DIAMl ND
11ING3, MEI.0DEON8' 6&W1NG
OH MILLION DOLLARS TOTfl
TO BE DISPOSED OF AT
ONE DOLLAR EACH!
VUTHOCT KFOARD TO VALUE.
iVOr TO BEPAW FOR UN Tin YOV
KNOW WHAT YOU RECEIVE.
t'.ploudUl List of Article', nil tube sold for
Une Dollar Each.
100 Clods (Fronch)8a d 21 day
clocks, ranging front 1 10 toSSO each
100 Pianos, of the best manu
facture Sficto 300 each
250 Sewing Machines, of the
best manufacture D') to 150 oach
250 Gents' Gold Hunting-caie
250 Lad i ob' Gold and Enamel-
CO to 150 each
Iluutlng-eao wutcheK- 35 to 70 each
500 Gcnth' iluiiting-cabo Sil
2C0 Diamand Kings
fiooo Gold Vest & neck chuina-
50 to 100 each
4 to 30 each
40 8 each
'6 to 10 oach
5 to 20 each
4 to 10 each
3000 " Oval Band Bracelots-
5i )0 Jet aud Go d Jtraeelots
2000 Cbantcline Chains ad
7000 Soliaire & Gold .Brooches-
5000 Coral, Opal and Emerald
Brooches 4to 8 each
000 Mosiac, Jet, Lava & Floren
tine v at Drops 4 to 0 each
7j00 Coral, Opal and Emoruld Ear
lrop 4 to 6 eaeh
4000 California Diamond Breast-
pins 2.50 to 10 each
3000 Gold Fob Vest Watch toys !i,50to 8 each
J.1A.1 A V... Ulk ..1: ,... .. . .
i"wv rw ,oi. ibiuuiiu'Siiucs-- j 10 iu eacu
5S00 Sets soli tiure Sleovo-btttto-is,
Studs, e 3 to 8 each
8O00 Gold Thimbles, Penoils c.--. -t to 8 each
10000 Miniature Lcckers 2,.0to 10 each
4000 " " Magio
Bpring 10 to 20 each
8C00 Gold Tooll.plekn.Crospea, Ac-. 2 to 3 each
oUOO Plain Grid Kings 4 to 10 each
5UOO Chased " 4 to 11 each
IOOOO Stone to a Signet Kings.. a, 60 to 10 each
10000 ChI Diamond Kingi a to 10 each
7500 Sots Ladies' Jewelry Jot
and Gold 5 to 15 each
60U0 Sets Ladies Jewelry Cainea,
Pearl, Opal other eones- 4 to 15 onch
10COO Gold 'ens, silver Extontion
Holders and pencils 4 to 10 each
10000 Gold pens and Gold Mount
ed Holders 8 to 10 each
5000 " " Extontion Hold's-15to 2a each
5000 Ladies'Gilt Jot Buckles.. ..5 to 15 oach
SOW) " " Hair bars baIl-5 to 10 oach
0000 Silver GonletB Drinking cups-5 to 50 oach
300U " Casters 15to50each
2000 " Fruit, Card and ako
Kafks'e 20 to 50 each
5000 dozens Silvor Tea Spoons-. -lu to 20 p. d.
10000 " Table Spoons a
"Forks -20o 40 j. A.
In consequence of the great stagnation of
trade in the Manufacturing districts of France
and England, a large quantity of valuable Jow
elry, original intended for the European mar
ket, has been sent off for sale in the country
and MUST BE SOLD AT ANY SA CRUTCH 1
Under these citcntnstances, HAMILTON Co.
acting as Agents for tho principal European
Manufacturers, have resolved upon a
GEE AT GIFT DISTRIBUTION !
Subject to the following regulations .
Certificates of the various articles are first
put into envelopes, sealed np and mixed : and
when ordered ate taken out wltbmt regard to
choice, and sent by mail, thus given all a lair
chance. On receipt of the certificate, you will
see what yot are to liavo, and then i' is at your
option to send tho dollar and take tie article or
not. Purchasers may thus obtain a piano, Mol
odeon, Sewing Machines, Gold watch, Diamond
Kingorany set of Jewelry on our list fur one
Send 25 Cents for Cfttificate
In all transaction! by r.:ail,we shall charge for
forwarding the certificates, pa) in; posisge.and
doing the business 25 cents each, which must
be enclosed when the certificate is sent for Five
certinVates will be sent for $1, eleven for 2,
thirty for five dolls, sixty-five for ten dollars,
and 100 for fltteun dollars.
AGENTS. We want agents in every town and
county in country, and those acting as such
will be allowed 10 cents on every ecriiflcate or
dered by them, provided their nmittance
amount tonne dollar. Agents will eollegt25cts
for every certificate, and remit 15 cts. to us,
either in cash or postage stamps. Agents re
mitting at once thirty dollars will be entitled to
s beautiful silver Watoh, and also 200 certifi
cates. Pleas write your Name, Town, County and
State plainly, and address all ordors to
HAMILTON & CO..
Agents for Foreign American Mauufac's
Salesroom, r.o sex 5875, niw tors.
88 Liberty 8tret. Hot.2?,-65-Sipcs
Liu pirn. Shuttle JIncIiiue.
Salesroom 636 Broadway iV. Y. 250
Wuihinglon St. Boston. 921 Chestnut St ,
rlllS MACHINE. Isconstrueted on entirely
new principles of mechanism, possessing
many rare tnd valuable Improvements, having
jcen examined by the most profound expeits,
and pronounced to be
SIMPLICITY AND PERFECTION
It has a straight needle, poipondicular aolior.
makes the "Lock or Shuttle Stich,' which will
Nkitiieh Rip nor Rath, and is alike on both
sides; performs porfeo, sowing on evory dcs. rip
tion ol material, from Leather to tho Boost Nan
sock Musiino, with cotton, linen or silk thread,
from the coarsest to the finest number.
Having neithor Cam nor Coo Wheel, and .he
leatt possiMo friction, It runs smooth as
glass, and ii emphatically a
NOISELESS MA WE I
I' requires Fiptt pib cunt, his power 0
dilva it then any other machine lu the niarke ,
A girl eleven years of ago can work it stendliy,
without fatigue or injury to health.
I a strength and wonoeiipi'l stUPLioiTTof
construction, renders it almost Impossible tr
get out of order, and is ocarrantco by tho
company to give entire satisfaction.
We respectfully invite all those who may do
,sireto supply themselves aitha supeiior arti
cle to coma and examine this iNnivALLtu Ma
chine One half hours Instruction Is snllklent, to
enuble any person to work this machine to
tlit iron tire satisfaction.
Kzuuiousand ( iiabitablx institutions will
be liberally dealt with
Aosnts Wamtxd fur all towns In tho United
States whore Agontsaro not already establishes
Also, for Cu'ia. Mexico, Central and South
America, to whom a liberal discount will be
rso consignments made at all. Address
Empire Sowing Machine Mfg
a. o. BROADWAY N, Y;
Priuciple Agencies Established: PiithbiirtfJ
Ernest Astnelm Baltimore, Tims.! Shanks.
Wheelinir. W. Va. W. DiSawkell 4 Bro. Ciu-
cinnati, O. Mather & Wilsjn
November 80th ISflS-lyr
EEI'UDLIO OF- MEXICO.
Twestt ye.ir Coupon Bonds in Sums or.
$50. 4100. 500. and XI. 00(1.
INTEREST SEVEN I'ER ChNT., PAYA;
BLE in the CITY ol MV YORK.
Principle mid interest payn
l;Ic i n uoii I .
6l0,0C0,OCO io be Sold nt SIXTY CENTS
on the DOLLAR,
in U. S., Curicncy, thus y inkling an Ltcr
est af twelve peh cekt ik gold, or seven
teen Tin cent in cubeencv, at the present
rate of premium 011 gold.
The Most DESIR4BLE INVESTMENT
Imense Tracts of Minino anb Aom-
cultukal Lands, Sixty Per Cent, of Port
Dues Imposts, and Taxes, in tho States of
Tamvulipas andSAN Luis Poxosi, und the
Plighted Faith of the said States and tlie
General Govekrment are all Pledged for
the redemption of these Bonds and payment
THE SECURITY IS A M S'LE
&3 0 in U S, Curicncy will buy a 7 rer c
Gold Bond of. $50
60 in U S. Currency will buy a 7 pcrct.
Gold Bond of 1C0
S3C0 in U.S. Cuirenry w ill buy a 7 rerct.
Gold Bon , of 85C0
66 00 in U.S. urrency will buy a 7 per ct,
Gold Bond of $1,000
Letevebv lover or Republican Instto-
TIONS BUY AT LEAST ONE BOND
Circulars forw arded and subscription re
JOHN V CORLIES&Co.aml
J.N TIFFT, Financial Agent the Re
public of Ixico, 57 Broadway N.Y.
Subscriptions also received by Banks and
Bankers generally throughout the Uuited
November 16th 1865-6mo
A Cough, Cold, or Sore Throat,
Requires immediate attention, and
SHOULD BE CHECKED, lr ALLOWED
Irritation of the Lungs, a Perma
nent Throat Affection, oe an In
ccbadle lcno d18ka6e.
IS OFTEN Till RESULT.
BYOWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHEES
HA VINO A DIRECT INFLUENCE TO THE PARTS,
give immediate belief.
For Bronchitis, Asthma, Oatarah,
Consumptivk and TnuoAT Diseases.
TROCHEES ABB USED WITH ALWAYS GOOD
Singers and Public Speasebs
will find Tbocees useful in clearing the
voice when taken before singing or speak
ing, and relieving the throat after an unu
al exertion of the vocal organs. The
Trochees are recommended and prescribed
by Physicians, and have had testimonials
from eminent men througout the country.
Being an article of true merit, and having
proved their efficacy by a test of many
years, each year finds them in new locali
ties in various parts of the world, and the
Trochees are universally pronounced better
than other articles.
Obtain only "Brown's Bronchial Tro
chees," and do not take any of the Worth
lens Imitations that may be offered.
Sold everywhere in the United States,
sndiH Foreign Countries, at 35 cents per
October 28. l865-6m .
3fDr. Condoe & leiuiDger will .'ontioue
to pay especial attention to their Practice In
OoArthur and v cinity.
Oflrest their old place, on North St. tmt
Mr. A. J.Swsikna reridtaos. '-
HELM t OLD'S BUCHU.
The Only Known Remedy
IRRITATION OF THE NECK OF THfl
jil,i;ueii, liNr LAMMATr N OF
THE KIDNEYS. CATARRH OF
THE BLADDER. STKAN
GUARY OR PAINFUL
TT'OR these diseases it is truly a sovorolira rem
Ally, finil Im, miinh .an nift Ka cnl.l 1 lt
J . - . - .....v.. . .1 .1 " . U CHI14 II, lb9
praise. A single dose has been known to re-
novo ins nios urfi'iii symioms.
Aroyr.o trcublcd with that distressing pain In
M10 small of the back and through the Mps f A
teasponnfu! aday of Uelmbold's Huchu UIm
lieve you. '
PHYSICIANS AND OTHERS
V LEASE NOTICE.
I make no secret ef irgrodlon's. Helmhold's
Extract Huchu Is composed of Iluehu C'.ibebs,
aul Juniper, ilorrles, selected with great care,
propared lu vacuo aid according to rules of
PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY
These Ingredients are known as the most val-l-abU
Ii that which net upon thoVUncjs
DEIL'BCD'S EXTRACT BCCilH
Is plonsnnt ln tnsto and d ir, frae from all inju
rious properties, uud immediate lu its action.
FOR TIIE BATIf FACTION OF ALL,
Sco Meilical priperti 's contained in Disponsa
toiyol'tho L". S.,ofwhijh lha fulleniiw is a cor
rect copy :
'llfciiu. Us o.lur U strong, dhTisivo ant
sonuwhnt arouiatio, i s taste bitteriehand a.iul
ogous t) that of mint, it is given, chuidy lii
complaintfi of tin Urinary Orgm., such at
lirivvel, Chronic Catarrh of llu bhuU.ir an I
I rothrn; Dl.icases of tb 1 prostrati: and Keton
tion or (ha incontinence of I'rino. from a los.i
of tono in thepart.icouccrr.el In Itsevocuutioii.
It has also bci-n reconnnended in D)pop'.,
Chronic Khcunia Lm, Cu uncus uuVtious, aud
FOR FUPvTHER INtORMATION
Fee rrofessor Do'woes' va!u:ibla worlt on tU
practice of phj'fio.
Seo tho remarks made by the celebrated Dr.
Physio, of Philadelphia.
iije ai y a:.d all standard works on Medicine,
IS THE WOULD.
I am acquainted with II. T. llelmbjld J ho
occupied tho ding storu opposito my residence,
and was successful in conducting tho business
where others hud not hcon equully so before
him. 1 have boen favorably iinprossed with bis
character and enterprise.
(Firm of Powers .t WeUhlman,)
Kiutli aud Urowu st., 1'hiia.
From tlm Pliil.i. Even'g r.ull. tin, March 10'h.j
Wo are irratitiedto hear of the continuod suc
cess in Now Yorkjof our townsman, Mr. II. T.
Helinbuld, Diuggists. His storo, next to l)n
Metropolitan Hotel, Is feet fruit, 2C0 feet
deep, und five storios in height. It is cjrtninly
a grand establishment, and spealis favorably of
thamaiilsof his articles. Hu returns liiaolilco
and laboratory to this city, which uro also mcdel
establishments of their class.
The proprietor has ben induced to nuke llii
statomeut from the fuct that his rcnieJies. al
though advertised, are
Ar.d-l:noing that the Intelligent refrain
from using anything pertaining to quackery or
tho Patent Medieinu ordor-inos of which aro
prepared by self-styled Doctors, who aro to ig
norant to roida physician's simplest prescrip
tion, much less competent to prtpaio phainia
THESE PARTIES RESORT
to variuus means of effecting sails, such as cop
ying parts of advertisements of popular rem
edies, and finish'np with certificates.
The Scionco of Medietas stands -implo, pure,
and majestic, having fact for its basis, induction,
for its pillar, truth alono for its cipital.
A WORLD OF CAUTION.
ILnlth Is most Important, and tho afflicted:
should not uso an advertised medicine, or nny
remedy, unless its contents or ingredionts aro
known to others bc3ido tho manufacturer, or
nnhl they are satisfied of tha qualifications of
the party so otfering.
FLUID EXTRACT BUB11U,
FLUID EXTRACT SARSMPARILLA
AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH,
Eslablshed upwaids of 16 years.
Prepared by H.T. IIELMBOLD.
HELM BOLL'S DRUG AND CHEMICAL
WAREHOUSE, 594 Broadway, N.Y
An J HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT
104 South Tenth St. Philadelphia Pa.
SOLD BYilL DRUGGISTS.
Nv-vembet 1?, 155- ly.