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A rtLLow that doesn't leucfil tha world
by bit life, Ujcs by his d.-ath.
- Hs that can kep his temper ia better than
he that 9iu keep a carriage
' BiiufD is the bIJ liea J. a man fur Lit
wi s cannot pull hii Inir.
Tuf gentleman who wis overtaken hf
traiu ol rt flectiuu war 10 completely tarried
way that he has not ut got back.
What is tbo difference b'tueeu en ac
cepted and s rejected lover? Oui kie
bis n.Iss, ami the oilier mi-ses-hi kiss.
tv.ZK a Baltimore latly is liesei!, she
. says she feel as thoug'i slie was tskirf
chloroform, and reinaiu insensible a bug
as tbe operation lasts.
What is the difference. bet een a fc!ioo!
mister and a railroad conductor? On"
trains lb mi.ii and the utDer minds the
train.
What is the iliflVrence between a bad
- bo and a poa'oje stamp? Give it up.
One you lick itli a stick ami the other ytu
stick with a lick.
' A drunkard leaning against a church rail
ing, replied, in answer to a question from
tUe sexton, that he didn't exactly belong to
that church, bat he was leaning that way.
Sps.ikiskj of a beautiful biunette b-!le of
an Illinois city, our friend accounts for the
browunrss of her complexion by the fuel
that she has been so often toasted.
At a church collection for mission?, the
preacher said. "My christian brethien, lei
me caution those of you who put in butuna
not to break oil the ryes. It tpoi's them
for use, and they will net pass among the
heathens for coins."
There is a boy down east who is accus
tomed to go out on a railroad track and
imitate the tteam whistle so perfectly as to
deceive the officer at the station, Ilislast
attempt proved eminently successful ; ti,e
depot matter came out and ' switched Mm
off."
Mr. Pi ran Srr.vr.N- Ins purchased t .vo
seres and a half of land adjoining his res
idence in New Port, Rhode Island, fur thir
teen thousand seven hundred and ten ilol
lars, for a cow pisture, It will do well if
i. pastures three cows : what, then, will be
the price of Mr, Stevens' milk?'' asks a
Boston editor.
A punctual man is rarely a poor man.aixl
never a man of doubtful credit. His small
accounts are frequently -ettlcd, and he never
meets with difficulty in raising money to
pay large demands. Small debts neglected
ruin credit, and when a man has lout that,
lie will.flud himself at the bottom of a hill
be cannot ascend.
Ik New YorbJyou miy live next door to
another family for twenty five yea3, ond
never know their name. In I'uris vourown
brother might occupy rooms under the very
same roof, and you might never meet cacli
other, might live and die there, and never
guess the ueighborhooJ of a kinsman. For
boso who desire it, It is tin loneliest place
o the world.
"Whfr are you going to commence the
pork business ?" luAed a person of another
who hud a sty on his eye.
"Explain yourself, sir," said the afflicted
gentle-nan.
"Why, 1 tco that jou have your sly quite
ready.
'True," was the reply, "and I've one hog
in my ee now,"
. Si xe, the jokerand poet, was once taking
8 trip on a steamer, when he fell in with a
lively young lady, to whom he made him
self very agreeable. Of course he made an
impression upon the damsel, w ho paid, at
parting, "Good-by, Mr. faxe, but I fear
you'll soon bo forjettiiijr me." "Ah, miss,"
said the inveterate punster, "if I trs not a
married man already, you c.ay be tire I'd
be for getting you."
PttortssoB W ,of University, is
something of a wag, and the boys seldom j
get tne start ot turn in the way of practical
jokes. One day, on going into the recita
tion room, Freshman class present, he found
a sheep sitting in a chair. His sole leimrk,
addressed politel) to the sheep. '"How ore
you Freshman? rather turned the ioko on
tht boys. Similarly, when at another tirm-,
opening his desk, a gooso flew out, ''Ah, I
gentlemen, auolr classuute, I tee ! '
' ..Gh Asi's Osir Joke. The only joke that
Lieu tenant-General Giant was ever known
to perpetrate, was one day during his cam
paign in Mississippi, "vlien the rebel Gene
ral Winter was cumins up to attack one of
thevingsofhisarmy,'where the commander
in-chief happened "to be himself present.
Gentlemen," said Giant, quietly AnoiAing
the ashes from his ci'ar, and looking
a.-ound at the officers near hi;w, "von see a i
aeVere Winter approaching, and I advise !
you to have the bo;s keep up a goon fire !''
A PitEAciitR s Joke. When preachers do
inctulge in jokes, they generally let offgoud
"una." Here is the last : Aw.iy down east,
a clergyman was recently charged with hav
ing violently dragged his wife from a revival
meeting, and compelled her logo home with
him. The clergyman let the story run
ahead till he had a fair opportunity to give
it broadtide. Upon being charged w ith
the offence, : replied as follows ;
"In the fu.t p.'jce, 1 never attempted to
Influence my wife in her views, nor her
choice of a meeting. Secondly, my wife
Daa not attended any r the revival meet- j
ings at Lowell. In the third place, I have .
no', attended any of the meetings for any I
purpose whatever. To conclude, iicither j
my wife nor myself have any inclination to!
go to those meetings. Finally, I never hud '
a wife."
Mm. Pabtikgtos os "Proclivities."
"Where is your little boy tending J" asked
the good man, as he w as inquiring of Mrs.
Partington into the proclivities ol Ike, w ho
had a bad name in the neighborhood. He
meant the direction for good or ill the boy
was takinj,
V Well," said the cl.l lady, "he isn't tend
Ing anywhere yet. I thought of putting
him into a wholesome shop, but some says
the ringtail is the most beutficiou, though
be isn't old enough lo go into a sli p. "
I mean morally tending," said her visi
tor, solemnly, straightening himiclf up lifce
an ax-handle.
Yes," said she, a little confusedly, as
though she didn't fully understand him ;
"yea, I should hope he'd tend morally, tho'
there's a great differeucs in shop-keepers,
and the moral tenderness in some seams
a good deal less in others, and in others a
good deal more. A shopfceeper is one that
you should put confidence into, but I've
always noticed sometimes that the smiling
est of tbem ia the deceivingest. One told
me the other day that a dress would wash hke
a pcice of white, and it did, just like it, for
all tht color washed out.'1
Legal Notice.
Statt of Ohio Vmton, Covnty: . ,
Jackson Woruud, IVff, Petition for Pat-
r
vs. I titton. la Vooit
Wm. IT. Tripp, et at. Do ft a. j of Corannn i'ls'a
7ILL1AU II. TRIPp,of tha County of
V Shelby. Sttoof ll. nols, David S.Tripp,
of the County of Vinlcu, Stale of Ohio, now
serving la t!i V 3. Army, I ol Jen H. Tripp,
of id Yiotua county, Stephen M. K. Tripp,
i' l!w eoan'y of aeksoib, ttafo Of Ohld, John
K Tripp, of Jaclceon count) , Ohio, now aerv
in tho U. S. Army.OlivarT. Tripp, ofaaid
Viuton coiiD'.v.uow serving. in trio U. 8, Army,
I.Oii:iJa It Tripp, a minor, of h county of
Jackon, Sat CI Uldfl, Loviir Tripp, inter
married with Kobort F. Jot.tr, of liiecoanfy
of U'o',1, 8tato of Indiana, llzabob Tripp,
i rvrnmriod irb Alvx.indor LiviuKdlon, ol
aiJ Vinfoi county, Kiibo.-ca Tripp, inter
m irriel with Noah Iore, of mid county of
Vinfon, Mar; Inn Tripp, Intermarried' with
Levi Livingston, of said county of inton, and
Loui-a U. Tripp intermarried with Oeorire V.
Lo.ii a, of auiJ csanty of Vinton, who nre
chilJroa and tisira at ta r of Wi'.IUnt If. A.
Tripp, dov-iafc l, anj tenants In common with
the petitioner, In the premifoa licrcinafUsr do
scribe I, Nancy K. Tripp, widow of William II.
A.Tripp. deccojcJ.ol the county of Jackson,
State of OLl-i, who ia entitled to dower in the
whold of taid premise, and Mary K. Tripp,
widow of Jesse J. Tripp, docOa?C't,(who was
an heir at law of William 11. A. Tripp,) of tie
county of Juckwn, 8tto of Ohio,ul m enti
tled to dower in th-j' part of laid piemlrea,
owned by said Josso J. Tripp, deeeufed, and
hU hci.- u( law au'l minor children, to- wit :
Harvey L.Tripp, tiuuhel A. Tripp, Laura A.
Tripp, William E. Tripp and Mary A.Tripp,
of Jaeksun county, traleof Ohio, whosio tun
niita In common with tho petitioner in rhu said
premUea, will take notieo that a pclitinu van
lilo J a?rtint them on the 2'Jlli d-iy of Kjvom
fcer, l?'5, in tho I'otirf of t'ommon I'lcna with
in and for tho auid c jnnty of V inton, State of
Olii'j, by Juekson Wortm.ui, and ia nuw pond
in);, wherein laid Jackson Wortman demands
partition of tho fallowing l.cul Estate, situa
ted in the said county ol Vinton, to-wit :
"Tin Korth Kat quarter tf tho South
West qurjr ot'S-Jcrion Number One in Town
aldp Nnnitar Kln-lit, of lUnsra Number" Eljrh
tooa,coiitaiidnj forty ocroa ; and that, at the
next term of said t.'ourt, the said Jackson
Wcrtmuu will apply for an order that partition
mi, bo nuJo of said prei.ios.
JAl'KSON WOBTMAK,
Hy Brat'.on it Maya, his Att'ya.
Dec. 23.li, 18'lj 6w
Sherifl's Sale.
State of Ohio, Vinton County:
Tho Sf lo ( f 0(do , l'ltff. In Court of
I lorn, t loas
Franklin Thackcr und W.h- f Jacksor.
Co-
ineton Thackor. Def'ta J Ohio.
I) 1'P.SU A NT to the command of an execu
tion in fho above cnuso to mo directed
fmm tho Court of Common l'liaa, of tho nforo
nnid county of Joukaoni I w ill offer at J ublio
aalo,altl!e door o the coiirt-houso, in tho
town ol MoArthur, in tho county cf Vinton, on
Saturday, February 37, 18C6, -
At tho hour cfl o'elcck P. M..of aald day,
tbo lolbwin described lauds and tcnomonts,
to-wit;
Tho aoiithwost quarter of tho southwest
quarter of section number thirty-i-ix 36)in
towi aliip number nine, (9) ond ol runuo num
ber nineteen, (111) coutaiuinR forty (41 ) a.rca
and ton -one hundtedths (10-100) of an acre
mnro or less.
Also, the southeast qunr'cr of thoaouthoust
quaitcr of eccfu n number thirty-fivo (3ft)
towimhip mimhcr niuo, (9) range number
nineteen. (19) eommoneinir at the aeotionlino,
whuro the lino crosses tho road, running; on
said lino forty (40) rods and twenty-five (25)
foot, thoneo north on said acction line thirty-
aix (Stf ) rods to said conrty road, thenc
said road fifty-four ( 51) rods ojd rliiitt
feet to tho phico of beglnniug, coutu'iii
teen (13)
line four
r ; "
l 1 1 crri.H lunrn ,,r liu.
Taken as tho property of Washington
Thnckcr, to hatisfy a judgment ol aforesaid
Court inf.ivor of Tho State of Ohio.
Appraised as follows, to-wit: Tbo first de
scribed tract appraised at four hundred dolhrs
(100 00) and tho seomd described rract ap
praised at forty dellars, ($10 l'0), and mttoi
bring two-thirds of that sum respectively.
Terms of in lo. cash iu hard.
JOHNJ RHOCKEV,
Shir. V. Co. 0.
W K. irABTiNoa, Itt'y for Pl'lf.
Jan. 3, ISCJ-lSw
Auditor's Sale or School
Land.
STATE CF OHIO, VINTON CO.
riIIE undersigned. Auditor of Vinton
X futility, will oll'cr for sale nt public
iiiii-tion ut ilie tloor ot the Court-house, in
McArtlmr. on
Saturday, Foltruary 17, 1800.
At tin- lumr of 1 o'clock P.M- of said day,
the following th'scrilicd real estate; situ
ntril in the countv of Viuton, ami township
of Wilkcsvilk', to-wit:
The wct-t half of tins north-oast quarter
of section number sixteen, township luun
licrciht. of rniijro nuinbcr sixteen, con
taining eighty acres more or less.
Aiiprai.-i'd at 51) per acre.
Also, the ca-it unit ol the north-east quar
ter of section, township, and range afore
said contuiiiiiir eighty acres more or less.
Appraised ut So uo"tr acre.
Kaeh parcel of bind must bring the ap
praised value thereof.- -
Terin- of sale, one-twelfth in cash the
residue iu eleven equal annual instalments
with interest from the day of-sale, to be
paid unuuullr.
II. C.MOORE,
Auditor V. C. 0.
MeArthur, Dec. 23 &
Grovesteen & Co.,
PIANO FORTE
AiANUKACilUULKO',
'190 Rroaduay, Mvw l'oi L.
Thb attention of (he Public and the trade
is invited to our Nr.v Scale 7 OCTAVE
ROSE. WOOD PIANO FORTES, which
for volume and purity of tone are un rivall
ed, by any hitherto fl.tewd in this murk;t.
They contain all the modern improvements
French, Grand .Action, Harp Pedal, Iron
Frame overstrung Bass ct:. ande.ieh initru
ment bein made the personal oupei vision
of Mr. J. H. GnovgsTEEN who ha9 has a
practical experience of over 3 years in their
manufacture is fully warranted in every par
ticulur.
Tho "Grorcstoen I'iano Fortes"
ceived tho award of merit over all
others at tbo celebrated Worlds
Fair,
Where were exhibited instruments fram
the best makers of London, Parb. Germany
Philadelphia. Baltimore. Boston and New
York: and also at the American Instutute
for five successive yearSi Ihe gold aiid silver
medals from both of which can be seen at
our ware-room,
By ihe interoduction of improvements we
make a ttill more perfect Piar.o Forte, and
by manufacturing largely, with a strictly
cah tytem, are enabled to offer theso in
struments at a price which will preclude all
competition.
Pbice-No. l.Sjven Octave. round corners
Koewood plu in case 327t.
No. 2, Seven Octave, round corner,
Rosewood heavy moulding $300
No, 3, Seveu Octave round corners
Hojenond Louis XIV style S325
Trriuv !ri Cnsli in Ciirren Emids,
DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS SEN I
FREE.
Dee.7ih 1:65- lyr a,c,
Legal Notice.
6:ato r Ohio, inton County,
Jmea HolllDisworth knd I In Court of Com
tiuacj llolliugiworth bis 1
Wife; 6 Piiffa.
vs
Ira Fbifflett et al. Dirts.)
mon I'leas.
l'otition for i
Ury hlfflott widow of Tohn Bhtf
loit deooised, of Vinton Cvonty, Ohio
Ira Shi&Ht, IsvP ShlBlott,' Jraao Shif
tloie.Kliuboth Shilllutt iutermarled with Tim
othy Snoll, of VHtou Couuty , Ohio, wnd Elml
d Shifflott intermarried wirh llounr 8. Sh ff
lett. whoso place of residence in unknown to
your petitioner, all of wnom are lieirsatlaw
of John Shifflott deceased, and tenants in com
mon wiik your rctiiionor in tha following
real es'ato, hertiimftcr deMribcd; will take
notice, thut a petiticn was filed agani-tthem
oj the 2nd day of December 1665, inlhoaaid
Court of Common I'leas, foreaid Vinton oun
ty, by James Uollingjworth ind Is' amy Hol
lingwor'.h his wife, who ia an beir ttlaw
of arid John Shifflott doccated and tenun'a in
common with ubova named defondantn, de
manding Partition of the following real astute
i tinted in eaid eoonty of Viuten, and data ib
ed as l'ollowr, to-wit :
The east half of tha north cait quarter, of
ection uumoer tnre, in lownebip nwmber
ijtitof Konge namber clirbleen, rontainlng
eventt-ii lit acren. and thatattho next term
t aaii Court, aaid l'riition will bo for hoariuir.
JAMES IIOLLINOVJOKTII.
NANCY IIULLLUX)RTtt
Bratton & Mayo, A ty's for Pltna.
December 14th lt65-6w
Legal Notice.
Sldtof Ohio, Vinton BountyIn Prolate
Court .
Jonn Collins, Executor 1 Petition
of Levi Collins, dee'd. Plt'fTl to sell lands
against j to pay
Susann Collins etal.def'ls J '.debts
Susann Collins-, Mnndy Collins, Letitia
Collins, Jai.e Dnzer, Samuel Dozer, Vir
ginia Hntt, John Hult, Catharine Cuzad.
Washington Cozad, Sarah Kinney, Madi
son Kinney and John Allder jr., a minor
ol Vinton County. Ohio; Mary M. Welter,
Eli Welter and Wihiatn Collins, of Mor
gan County, Ohio ; Catherine Wiuegarncr,
and Levi Winegarner. of Marion County,
Illinois ; and the unknown heirs of Mary
Compiler, wife ol Peter Compher of Louden
Couuty, Virginia, will lake notice that
John Collins, surviving Executer of the
last will of Levi Collins deceased, on the
1 1th day of December 1SG5, filed his peti
tion in the said Probata Court, alleging
that the personal estate of said deceased is
insufficient to pay his debts, costs of ad
miu'sterrng A.C. that he died seized in fee
simple of the following real estate situated
in the said County of Vinton, to-wit :
The North essr quarter of the North east
quarter of section number twenty four in
f'jwiiEhip number niue of range number
nineteen, except tixtcen acres out of the
South weBt corner ol said lot conveyed to
Thomas Foley. Also ihe South east'qiiar-
ler of the South eas-t quarter of section
number nineteen in township number nine
of range number nineteen. And also the
North west quarter of the North west quar
ter ol section number niueleen in township
number in no ol range number eighteen,
containing one hundred and twelve acres,
more or lesr. The prayer of uhidi petition
is that said lands may be ordered sold, free
and clear of Dower of said Susann Collins
for pnvmeuts of debts &c.
Sai l petition will be for hearing on the
'JO 1 1) uay ol January ltibrj. or as soon there
alter as counsel can be heard
JOHN COLLINS, Ex'r
By Bratton and Mayo
iiia attorneys
December 14 1665 6v
Sheriff's Sale.
State of Ohiot Vinton County,
John A. Brown, I'laintilT. 1 In Court of
ftgainpt Com. V, ordar
t.A. jsratton, et at. JUcfi's J or gala Jo. 9
")UItSUANT lo tha command of an order ol
X aalo in the above cnuae to mo directed from
tho Court of Common I'leas. of tho aforesaid
eounty of Vinton, 1 will offer at nubile lulo at
the door of tho Court House, in tho town cf
ileArthur. in the aforesaid county of Vint"ii on
Tuesday February the Oth A. D. 18GG,
at the hour of ono o'clock. 1. M., of raid diw
tho following? property, to-wit: ln-lot Number
nxiy iwo(Btf), in the town or AlcArtuur, Vln
ton County, Ohio.
Taken a the property of E A. Bratton. to
saiimy a juagrneniol atorevaid court, in lavor
of John A. Brown.
Appraised nt One thouaand fix hundred
dollur,and must bring two-thirds of that
aum.
TERMS OF SALE.caah In hand.
JOHN J.SIlOCKEr.
ShcriffVinton County
Grogrhnn, Hlppey fe Dana, Atty's for Pltff.
January 4th 1906-5
.THE
MODEL . SEWING MACHNE.
, . f From the New York liar dd
Prominent among the mechanical tri
umphs of this most ingenious age, com
mon honesty compels us to notice the Em
pire Sewing Machine, commended as just
iy styled peileetiou itsolf. , Useful as have
been the various 6ewing machines, from
time to time presented lo the public, each
one oi them nas been cursed witn. somew
radical defect, which detracts from general
utility. Wumed by the experience of his
predecessors, the inventor of the Empire
Machine has produced an instrument, com
bining all the advantages for which others
are vaunted, and obviating every defect
which can be attributed to them by the
most fastidious critic.
The Empira Macnine is a marvellous com
bination of simplicity, economy and perfect
workmanship, being durable, free from li
bilily to gel out of order, noiselen, and ea
sy of operation. Its mechanical contii-
vance is such as to secure stability, free
dom from accident, ad accuracy as to
workmanship By the ue of the patented
shuttle and straight needle il make a
stitch, which can neither rip nor ravel
while, at the same time, if can operate
perfectly upon every spcie9 of material
Irom leather to-cambric, with tliteads of
cotton, linen or silk, fiom tbe finest to the
coarsest number.
A the Empire Machine is gradually
supplanting ita more antique rivals, no
one in want of a more useful ie3lntment
of this description, be he or she tailor,
coachmaker, dressmaker or. seamstress, ran
dn otherwise than teeure of these econom
ical and inimitable machines, suited alike
for family and- manufacturing purposes.
The office of the Empira Manufacturing
Co. is at No. 536 Broadway, New York
City, where, they are now supplying these
Empire Machines at prices ler below the
real value of the instruments, New York
Herald.
November 30 l86My
MARIETTA AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
TIME TABLE.
IPROM- Deaetubar- 3rd IS65, .Tralna will
; leava Station named aa follows ;
' GOING EASI.
8TATIOM1.
Ciuelnaati,
Lovelund,
Cbilieotha,
Cin. Furnico,
Hamden, ',
MoArthur,
Vin. Furnace,
Zlo kl,
Hope btrtion,
Mail.
8H5 A.
Kioht ExPRta.
JO.-00)
P. M
9:5
1:15
, 2:49
3:15
3:49
3:51
4:0T .
t ti
P. M.j
P. M.;
P. M.j
P.M.;
P. M.j
P. M.j
P.M.!
P.M.
11:05
: .
8:49
4:Cs
4:14
4;)
4:38
4:51
f.'il
i.
A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
a. M.
A.M.
A. M.
A. M.
A.M.
Millie tta,
Stations,
1:47
(JOINO WEST
. Mail.
Night Exrjtia
t.'V P. U
Marietta,
:8j A
r
Hope Rtutloa, 10?29 "
Znleki. (h43
Vin. Furnaci 10:67
10: i
11:14
11:18
11:30
11:42
12:04
1:2T
4
ti
MeArthur 11:09
Hamden 11:2'J
Cin. Faruaea 11:41
Chill iootha 1:15 P.M.
1-oveland 4:41 P. M.:
Ciueinnatl J :50 P. M.
A M.
A.M.
A.M.
A. M.
: 4:40
6:4
Traina rnnn.nt
nnmJcn with
Mai
train, to and from I'ortumoiith Ohio
iceeniDer rtn )ss tr
1,000,000,
$1,000,000.
G( ID AN!) SILVER
GREAT. ATTRAGTION!
GREAT SENSATION I ! !
WATCIlEt, CLCTK9, cCnAlITJ, DIAMCND
BIK03, MGLODEONa' StWINO
11ACI1INES, 1-IAKOR,
ETC.. ETC.
OM IILUOaV DOLLARS Y0lTil
TO BE DISPOSED OF AT
ONE DOLLAR EACH!
WITHOUT KFOAKD TO VALUK.
NOT TO BE PAID FOR UNTIL YOU
KNOW WHAT YOU 11ECEIVE.
Splendid List of Articles, all to be sold for
One Dollar Each.
100 Clod a (French) 8 n cl21 Jut
clocks, ranging from--140 to 250 each
100 riunos. of tho beat nianu-
faclnra 30f to S00 eucb
250 Sowing1 Muchinr.a, of the
bo.it luiiLufuCiure.... ..- 50 to 150 each
250 Gome' O dd iluntim-cato
Watches -80 to 150 each
250 Ladies'. Uold and Enamel-
IluutinK-caie vatohea- 85 to TO each
500 Qentk' iluuting-cata Sil
ver watch.. 35 to 70 each
2C0 Diamand Kings 50 to 100 each
SOliO Uold Vent &D3ck chains- 4 to 3u eucb
30u0 " Oval Band Bracelets- 4 fn 8 each
lk'00 Jet and Go d Bracelets 6 to 10 each
2000 Chantolino . chains ad
Guard Chains 5 to 20 each
7000 Solitaire &. Gold Brooohca- 4 to 10 each
5000 Coral, Opal and Emorald
Brooches 4 to 8 oach
5000 Moi"iao, Jet, Lava ds Floron-
tino Far Drops 4 to 6 each
75P0 Coral, Opal and Emerold Ear
Dropa..- . 4 to oach
4000 California Diamond Broan-
P'ma 2.50 to 10 oach
3000 Gold Fob t. Vent Watoh boys 2 50to 8 unch
4000 Fob & Vest Kibbon-Blidc8-.. '3tolOoach
0)00 Sets soli tiiiro Slceve-buttois,
StudK, 5 3 to 8 each
3O00 QoldThimbloB.I'enaiU a.... 4 to A oach
100UO. Miniature Lcckeia 2,50 to 10 each
4000 " ilagio
prin(? 10 to 20 each
8C00 Gold Tootr.piclSjCrosseSjao.. 2 to 8 each
5000 Plain Geld Kinga 4 to 10 ouch
5000 Cbaaed " 4 to 11 each
1O0CO Stone k , Signot IUnga. . 2,M- to 10 euch
10000 Cul Diamond Kingi 2 to to each
7500 Seta Ladles Jewelry Jot
and Oold 5 to 15 each
COOO Sola Ladiea Jewelry Cameo,
Poarl, Opal other Etoncs- 4 to 15 each
1OC00 Gold 'eno, tilver Kxteneioa
Holders and pencils 4 to 10 each
10000 Gold Fans and Cold Mount
ed Uoldcra.... s toio oach
5000 " ' Intention HoldVlS to 2i each
5uO0 Ladioa'Gilt Jo', Bucklca.... 8 to lft each
5000 ' " llair bars bulU-5 to 10 oach
5O00 Silver Goblou Drinking cupa-5 to 50 each
WOO " CuKlera 15 to 60 oach
2000 Fruit, Card and -,ako
Bak?ia 20 to 50 oarh
5000 doxena Silver Tea Spoons. .-10 to 20 p. d.
10000 . " . . Tablo Spoona
. Forks , 1-20040 1. i.
In coneequenco of Jhe, groat ftugnationi--trado
in the llanufacturing districta of Franco
and tug-land, a largo-quantity of valuulilo Jow
eiry, original Intauded for tho Enropenn mar
ket, hiia been nontcff for sale in tho eonntry
and MU.ST BE SQLD AT ANY. PA CUIFICK 1
Lndor these ciitfuuiblnncoa, HAMILTON a. Co.
acting as Agents for the principal Europoan
Maoufaclurnra, have resolved upon a
GREAT GIFT DISTRIBUTION !
Subject lo tke following regulations ;
Certiticales of tha various articles aro first
put into onvalopoa, scaled up and mixed : and
whon ordered are taken out without rcpiir,! to
choice, and sent by mail, thus given all a lair
chance. On receipt of the certificate, you will
ace what jot are to lmvo, and then i' is at your
option to send tbe dollar and take tie article or
not. Purchasers may thna obtain a vinno. Mol-
odeon, Sowing Machines. Gold watch, Diamond
Kingorany an or Jewelry 011 our Jujt for one
dollar.
Send 85 Ceulsfor Ccitificale
In all transaction? by r.-nil,we shall oharge for
forwarding tbe certificates, paying postnge.and
doing ha business 25 cents each, which must
be enclosed when tho certificate is sent for Five
certificate will bo sent for 81, eleven for $2,
thirty for five dolls, slxty-fixe for ton dollars,
und 100 for fitteen dollars.
AGENTS. We wont agents in every town and
couaty in country, and tboae acting as snch
will ba allowed 10 cents- on overy certificate or
dered by them, provided their remittance
amount tonne dollar. Agantswill collect25cts
for evory certificate, and remit 15 cts. to us,
either In cash or poat&gs stamps.- Agents re
milling at oiico thirty dollars will be entitled to
ujttautiful silver Watch, and also .200 certifi
cate.". ' .
Pleaa write yonr Name, Town, County and
State plainly, and address all orders to
HAMILTON CO.,
' Agents for Foreign American Manufac'a, ,
Salesroom, r.O boi 6675, mw tork.
M Libartj 6trV -Kov.8fr9-0Of
GREAT , IlIPROVEMiTS
.j 7 1
- IN-
SElVlrJGTMHmn
Empire ShuUIc iUachinc.
: Salesroom 63fi Broadway N. Y. 250
Wanhiiialon St. Boston. 921 Chestnut St.,
Philadelphia,
rHIS MACniNE.lsconatrucIci on entirely
naw principleaof mechanism, porscpsing
many raro tnd valuable Improvements, having
jceu examined by tbo moat profound expoita,
and pronounced to ba
SIMPLICITY AND PERFECTION
COMBINED.
It hna a atra'ght needle. poiponJiculnr act lor,
makoa the "Ick or Shuttle 611011, which ill
NunntK Iiry norKwtL, and iu alike on both
hides; performn pcrftio. owng oil overy dca. rip
lion or nniterial, from Leather to the flnot Nan
nook MiiHiiuo, with cotton, linen or silk thrtad,
from the courxci-t to tho finest niimhor.
Having neither Cau nor Ceo Wiikel, and .ho
leatt twi-iblo friction, It runs si sraoolb us
gbise, audii cm;jha:ca!ly a
NGISELESSMACKlaVE!
I' requiroa Fiftt rr.x cent, uti rowzn -c
drivo it then any othur machine in tho marko",
a girl alovcn years of ftgo can work it stoudliy,
w'thont futigue or injury to hculth.
Isrengrh and woNDEnruL iiupi.icitt of
construction, renders it alinoct imponHiblo tc
got out of order, and i oiahhantko by the
company to givo entiroaatisl'uutio,.
Wo rospoctfully invito nil thine who may dc
nroto supply tlieiin-elvca aith a superior arti
clotocoiuuajiicxaniino this VNaivaLLko Ma
chlno. '
Ono half hours instruction isBnfflcIont, to
enablo any person to work this machine lo
thtirentira satisfaction.
Ktcioiocaand Ciiabitablk ikstitctions will
bo lihorully dealt with
Aoents Wantio for all towns in the Unitod
States where Agents are not already dHtahli.-hix
Also, for Cu'ia. Mexico, Central ami 8011th
Ameik'h, to whom a liberal discount will to
given.
'o consignments mndo at all. Address
Empire Sewing Machine Mfg
Company,
A.e. BROADWAY N. Y:
Kiincipla Aircnclss Eatabliahcd: Pltthimrir
Ernest Astnoim lialtimoro, Tho.' frbaiilisi
iR-ciing, w. va. w. l:t?awkoll a Bro. Uu
cinuuli, O. Mhthdr & Wilson
November 30th IS6B lyr
IV3EXI00! UGO!
830,000,000 LOIN
CF TI1E
REPUBLIC OF MEXICO.
Twisty tear Coupon Bond? is Sums or.
830, ftlOO. &500, and S1.000.
INTEREST SJiVILN PKR CKNT., I'AYA
IILE in the CITY nl NF.W YORK
rriuciplc antl intiri'st paya
hlc i 11 tio L I) .
6l0,0C0,0CO io be Sold nt SIXTY CENTS
on. Hie DOLLAR,
in U. S., Curicncy, thus yielding an Ltcr
C6t af TWELVE VF.n PPNT IV nntn n. avttvv
teeh PF.it cent in. currency, at tho present
role of premium on gold.
Tho Most DESIRABLE INVESTMENT
ever OFFERED,
Ime.nse Tracts rf Mnci. im Ann,
CULTURAL T.ANnQ SlVTV Pi-l) Hi.. f Pt
.. - , . Um ' .... . . vi 1 a
Dues Imposts, ami Taxes, in tho States of
lAMYULiPA.s and san Luis Tot si, end the
I'l.ir.lIT l n Faith nl' ll,cni,l Ki.in. il.,.
- w. ..IVhh.u uiuil. uiiu 1111;
Geneiial Goveii kment are all PLEDOEofor
tne redemption or these Bonds and payment
THE SECUUITY IS AMPLE
$30 in U S, Curirncy will buy a 7 per c
Gold Bond of S.ln
C0 in U S. Cunency will buy a 7 per ct.
Gold Bond of SlCO
82C0 in U.S. Cuiremy will buy a 7 rerct.
Gold Bond of I5(!0
8C00 in U.S. urrency will buy a 7 rerct,
Ulllll DOIIU 01 1 ,UUU
Let ekhy loveh of KipunLtcAN Insttu
TiOBS BUY AT LEAST ONE BOND
Circulars forwurded and subscription re
c ived by
JOHN W eORLIES&Co.aml
J.N.TIFI'T. Fiiinntrinl tee-nt I Iip 1!p.
public of Mexico, 57Broaitry N.Y.
Q..I ' .! -l. , I . . .
tHiuscnpu ms aooreceivcu oy nanus and
Bankers generally turouyhout the United
Slates.
November lGih 18(j5-6mo
A Cough, Cold, or Sore Throat,
RilQUIRES IMMEDIATE ATTFNflOK, ' AND
. SHOULD-BE CHECKED. Jp ALLOWED
Tt CONTINUS, '
Irritation of tub Lcno3, a Perma
nent Throat Affection, ob an In
CURABLE Ll'NO Dl6EASE.
IS OFTXN Till KEHILT.
BYOWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHEES
HAVING A DIRECT INFLUENCE TO THE PARTS,
GIVE IMMEDIATE RELIEF.
For BRONcniri8, Astiima, (Jataraii,
Conscmptivs and Throat Diseased
TROeEES ARE USED WITH ALWATS OOOD
SUCCESS.
SlN'0ER3 AND POBLIO Sl'EAXERS
w ill 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 B,ea 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
less Imitations that may be offered.
Sold, everywhere in tbe United States,
and in Foreign Countries, at 36 cents per
box. j
October 26 l865-6m
tTDra. Cunde & lamingor will continue
to pay especial attention to tbeir Praotic in
McArtanr and veinlty. -..J
' Ofloaat their -old place, on Jfsrtfc 6. near
Mr. A. J.Svaimi residenc. - .
H.E1MBO L D'S
11 -r.
EXTRACT BUCHU
HELMB OLD'S T1UCHU."
HELMLOLD'S BUCHLV -
IIELMBOLD'S BUCUU. 1
The Ouyt Known Remedy
-FOR- :.- '
DIABETES .
IRRITATION OP THE NECK "OF THK.
- BLADDER. INFLAMMATION OF
THE KIDNEYS. CATARRH OF
THE BLADDER. STUAN
G'JAKY Oil PAINFUL
UlllNTlNQ.
. . 1
FOR these diseasif trnly a aovcreifn rem
. etly.and too niiu-li ran i.ot bo r.tid in Its
prain.!. Aaiuirla (1 hua-lit'en known to ro
lieva tbo "ini urjront yiuloni.
Are y. e troubled with llm' c'i.-.trpss-injr pnln ii
tbo niiiull of tin.' back and irnouli tha I lj I A
teaspoon I'u'. n day of IlulmbolU'i liuchu will ra
liove you.
PHYSICIANS 'AND OTI1EK3
PLEASE NOnCK. -
, I mnlso n socrct ef mgrcdion'. riclmbo'd's
Kxtnict liuchu iacomporedof Huohu t'.ilxjhi ,
uul Juniper liorrica, svlcctod with (rto:it car,
proparcd lu vacuo and awarding to ruloi of
.'. 1 .,.- -i n .-. r.;-'
P HARM AC Y'AND CHEMISTRY
The-e InprcdlenU nra known aa Iho most ral
cable Diuretics uuVdcd. ...
AD1URETIC
e
It that which acts upon tho kidneys .
HELMDCD'S EXTRACT DLCifU
ACTS GENTLY,
Is plonant in tnsto an l olnr, fran fr.nn all iuj't
ririus propcrtich, au i immuiiUto lu itn au.iou. '
F. It THE SATISFACTION CF ALL,
Pea Mcilhril properties eontalned In M-ponov
tmyol'iiiu U. S.,ol'wbi:h tho folluninir ia a cor
net copy :
' Itcciic Its odor ia stronir, Jjiri.-ivo nn.t
somewhat aromatic, its tiata bittcribhand nn.d
o(!ous t) thut of mint. It ia piven, chciliv in
coinplalntM ol' tho Urinary Orgina, sueli as
(ircvcl, Chronic Catarrli of Ihi bladtbr ami
Lrolhraj UinoiiKoaof tho proatrafi: nnd Kutou
tionorho lnconiiucnco of L'rino, frumnlo;
of tono in tho partu concerned initsevocnation.
It bus also been recommended in Uynpep:,
Chronic Kbeuma ism, Cutuuem nff;ctiona, and
Dropay."
FOR FURTHER IN1ORMAT10N
Pco Trofcfuor Powoca' valiuMo woik ou th
practica of phyio.
Sea tho remarks made by I In clbriitej Dr.
rhyme, of I'hiladilchia.
facu ury and alUiuiidurd works 00 lltdiclna,
rnoii iaa
LARGEST
M A N U F ACT UR1 XQ CI1 EM 1ST
I. If THE WOKL&.
I nm acquainted with II. T. HclmbjlJ ; b
occupied tha druaBtoro c.ppahlto my ro.iidonco,
nnd wiia Bucce.-Hlul iu .eoudut-tinu thi bnslnca
whero oihors hud not l.?eti equully ao hol'ors
him. 1 lmvo boon favorably Impressed with his
churactor and cnturpriso.
Wu. V7I0IITJIAN,
(Firm of Powers A Woiib'mmi,) .
!J Munufiictnriuj; Cln-ini-T,
Niuth and Unwn s:., Flii!.i. '
frFrom tho Phila. Kven'jr Bulletin, March lO'.h.f
Wo aro gratified to hearof tho continued mi-)-'
cohh in Now York, of our towm-nun, Mr. H. T.
Iloliubold.Diucista. Ilia atoro, uoxt to tha
Motropolitan 11tcl, la 23 foot front, IT.O foot
deep, und flvo atoriea in height. It ia cartnluly
a (jrund establishment, and pca1:s luvorably of
tlio moi its of Ida urticlos. Ho returna lilsollleo
and laboratory 10 tliiacity, whioliara ulso model
latnblinhmanta of their clas.
Tho propriotor ha bc-n induced to m.l;o this
Ktutomeut from Iho fact that bis remedies, al
though advertised, aro
GEATWEPREPARATipp
A id linewin? that tho intelligent refrain
from nin(j anything pertaining to miaoltory or
tbo Patent Mediciuo onlor nxl or which are
prepared by self-ar-jlcd Doetora. who nro to ii-
nn,.inl ln..,..l . -.!....!.!.- ..f 1. . ,p
..v,m.i v lu.iu i. pujtiieiiiu a Minptcai prescrip
tion, much Ida ciMiipctcntio prtpaio pbarma
ciutiulpreparatiuns,
TUESE, PARTIES RESORT '
to various moans nt ifTn.'ln9 !! nnl ':
yinjr pans of n.lverli.-iineni.-) of popular rem-.
iui i, ami uiiiBn ng; wi.n ccrtiuvulox. . ,.
Tht Scioneo cf iledi.in atundi imulo. pur
ami niatpxtii.. l.:ivi,i, in rr n. 1.1. .
lot ita pillar, truth alone for its 0 ipital.
A WORLD CF CAPTION.
Hl'dtll la mnni lmnr.rl.nt nn.l ..m:-.. ,
..,'. .hu, .... iu, uuiieu-u
aliouiil not nso an advertised mediciuo, or ny
uiuwBiis conieiua or inercUients uro
Known In .ilw., Knoi.i.. ,!,.......-. .
until thev aro atinfi..l f tl,n n,.i;n, . .
tho party so offering.
HELMBOLD'S ,.;
GENUINE PREPARATIONS ".
r
FLUID EXTRACT BUBHU,
iLUID EXTRACT SARfcJPlRILLA
AND IMPROVED ROSE WAStf,
EStablshed upwards of 16 rears.
Prepared by H.T. UELMBOLD.
' PRINCIPLE DEPOT. '
HELM BOLL'S DRUG AND CHEMICAL '
WAtti-HUUSE, 694 Broadway. N.Y
An! HELMLOLD'S MEntr.AT. depot, 1
104 South Tenth St. Phiiauelphia Pa. - ...
, -j , ' a
SOLD BYaIL PRUGGISTS.;'
KoTsmbei W, UMyx

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