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"'Tis Strange."
The woilJ is fr.il pi ana ge ecu jinl.
etrtuge accl'iil." V,llrVelI Is a -iny-jlf ry '
a frail b.tge out on lh reeling -Ore u of
Tiinf.Tm flJ dirk ttl i-eiti'ii wan-H
atone1) fitting rfe know-not wtuJur. N i
itir in seen 'o iili.iniu ihi heavy dik
cloud-i lhat urrniuid--it I ho vcrv mi i, I. IV. I
wild ijiiriig Ini nth. .-, m e n K tf ti : i . ' a i!
the poof little Virgf red,- mi i ioll. alu1 l
moal sinks into the u bid wim, Aei .
it if borne on fairy m j,ij.s, anil ,iW I b its
tirena beiuililiil song ii ll i lip. Iieilifif
of the daiieroii .bonis imji Hire. ten :
E'.ruclioii.'iiily tuying v i h i In- nitl ill
thr m:iiiiii !. gliil r ng to " e., H mo a
ill ell the vXi.TK.-ei ol ii Sy bar tc. hilH I l.e
very aca groans tin J liiM.i-a Ii r tlie I'i'ii 1
bu'ldens i. tmidUDli)' heme up in ilsa'fcl; II
boiiiii.
The'H,.t!io' U rea-l-d, th- F iry I
wh?re rare fiuwHre crusn ih."ir suret J
enjfiigl f r i'Uht ii: if i ii hire h
dark, gt en ar jf tin :V a tre.-s sway to
the soli bres ti ti Nidi mil n ki iin-u
t il tu im.i'orv Hi saving ha d umIi at
ruler, Ttien-, after i nj 1114 id-- li ve.' e
ligi.ts of Kin, tin- e.'.k ink ii.i.ijiih
more disnn.i tlmii lie In .1. m i ..1, on, 1I1
compeuio.i mure nurri'i e t nn 1 1. n.uita uf
1'anilrninii uin.
Anil this i life ! Ah, lliou lie-t iiirn y
vsenuea '.o vie ! Miii mms iiiin-11-m
the week rhild ni I un.diiiiy 1 M.m un
file wiei ke Hut -hmv tin-dark J fil -t in- nl
the 'river of ttiiiiutitn
Hope is a tjnn-ry J Fairest of jewels i
life's prci iuu caM. T11011 an Hit- ninjtie
that bttkuim u- mt In the. gnud turn l.'iui
icarce ivf r CULM. I'ml nudil.t'ieii.e. V e
rear lir fabrics n-fntr tti.it unyls miie
il the similitude o! Hcsvi'ii- ilanv ihe l.i -vie
full, tlie (trt-am- iai. f . tut' i nil .wary
we tread the putn uf ni.Tiilliy timid Jill iii
lyi'i mi 'I tmil.it pit k I , ' J.iniililiT Hi li'
jkwping ch.iMiM 1I1111 ihie itt n t ei ull n-(
e.iru '.lien tli.pe t. kt-a i, mKU b) n- hun i
mid puinls ton yl iri..i I g.1'1 in the dintJM'r
We lee the slrh 1 g iiun ir ill h lit'-11 nl ihr
kyire ol tin; Ti mpie ol R-ul xii on. Ui
hfr i lb r 'he ti eery vn e ol i'..u jm b'
ng 'iyi.i, ' iju in ! ' VV.-m u o n nm li
that leinple. I1.1 kii iWi" .S rim !
lXt:n Wl.en tlie prmrni h re the p ru.il
nhtii we 1 x 1 1 c iv In ri ul ze rm p.t in.pi-
veil nhfii i lid 11. i' hi. 1 lire th o t ,e 1 e
rtroiei e (ireiiLtili.-ln niteinii bu ttilh ',e
on
y'n B'rilr,e too, t!i it we hnuM b-o
eltinh, that i,i u buy t'.i kio Mnild v
imnv ever pin-e (n whmiier w.r.1 nl
rimfnrt t.ieiri.i lin i.aii t ! S ru - Im 1
when we 1 i I tli ' -u in o 1 J r reliloin
top to lO.iihi" .1 e.i. . o 1 1 i) bind n hr k r.
hi-eri! Ao, e f.i.. ih 11 II III Siirpnhv
we cm gie.411 lr 111 lin- iuent ' mtnu..l 1
wegivi-. Oh. nun ive ci old ni.-h th.it
hylrj-lieti.led niuiii'.er aIuh: 4 1 . u 1 . s re o
lulling I
Uypncri-y ii h inyrtcry ! N nr nre lr. e
from 'he Iron homed i prt-ti-or -lini n-he
nr'li (l l.ill iti heiut ! Mrnne how ur
iistfiriLIf, v ill nmirt to nil the iir.n Hi.d in
tiigucs to (I'fsinii'l.ili' our 'rue led !
Btmnge hi w we ill n.ile w In n.fVen einilf
ii encaej in te'iir ilnii w liicli onU tru
the brighter Mr it.- pearli .rtr.ipj'iii-.
"l'is Rinuige ilmt u it- r x: ii-- t...-uing ihi
groaning ami the Irmmient enjoy in 11 . we
re whiili d off tin- '-ktiie nl urti- ti '" The
wine, the weak, the ening alike ure hu rid
oft' the men inlo where '! 'i heie is bu. 1 i.e
ale port wnere re.t will be lounl. Strive
anil weary myner In giin lint p.rt.
the hear-nle pil it mil toinri iiie
Five Daughters.
A gentleman hail five dm gh'rrn.
'I of
wnom lie nnu nrouni up mi mine respccia
ble oci-upuiion in life. TlfHe dniih er
married.one niter Hi.n her, u iih 'he n n-ent
of their fxUier. The fir t munie.l d gentle,
nan by the nin e ol i'm r, ine eioiM a Mr
J-iUle, iht: third a Mr Miorl. ihe l .i.rih a
Mr. Brown, emt the lif'h Mr. lln-ri.
thevedilin ofihe I. tier, ier sis'ers Witt,
their hn-bdin'a were jirrg.-nf. fir ihi.
ce.cma.iL of .h; .ic din .. ov r h' d
ge itl inun (a ii: 10 ln gu; l; - .- ' .
"I lave taken rei. p.n tu irjucae m
' duufchters, ih..t thry m hi ei w.. t :eir
part in life, and In ni tlieir advi'iit-in npd
improvernentii. I lonilly liojt-d hn ' ihry
would do huuor to i lie furniiy. mid now I
flml tli.it all my pdins, cure a. diid expert..
Iioiii have turned to nothing but Hoon lit
TLI, illoar KnnWN, HhQO."
A Snake Story.
'Duiing the Fln'ida wir.' mil oneoihe
f iy u' in n ciniiin mi.me.l ifli er, w-
ill llie 4ineric.ni a.inv. O ieddi I i-lioul lereil
my K"o "lid ueni in .-e.i rt li ol game. In
pishing tliruuuh a wdmp. I v vomeihiint
iew feet alie.ni of me, Ij uig upon ih"
round, wlikh hail ihe uppeiinnire of -i log,
ir being hi iw fin i let-t in leiig'h. and hIhhi:
hiot in iliaineter. M.i pn-mve wnn'l th.t
it w ns iioiiint bm a Inr, thai j aid n i
lentlilll to it. tbe l et Id wnmd h Ve Krtnin
heiore a innrt or Josiire ihai iiw.igR h g
ml nothing the nii.ee, I in ycr tiaui
ol tnakef growing tu fuel ilinieioio: k--iid
I lie fact i I ghonl.l neiar nave LeiieTni i I
bail. 'A N, kl'-ieii n e t nd ihe Ihr a
took it to be, lU'D a nnry pia.e, Inch it ,,
necea-ary fur uie 'o aoid, eore
placed tlie butt 01 my fen 1 1 ti the grouinl b
lore me, and iiit,' nr upon n, hi on t,p
of wh t Un you HI) -pour '(' 'A bo.i tlnl-
ific tor,' aaiil one. 'No,' V Imt then
ei u!d it have ieii?' naked another. 'Juel
hl 1 auppoaed i' . h k,' aaid the
How Nature Covers up Battle
Fields.
'Did I ever tell you mm a ruritapnndent
of an Kes em paper, 'aiiinng t lie ill itin;
little thitigb one is aluaxa aetiug on i ne ui
ineke oatue iie.ile, how, on il.eir. und upon
winin me Jaiiie ol Uull Kun wm. Iouuul I
pretty, pure, ill lu aie, flow er. growing
oui oi me kiiiinuiililon hh, aim M wild
rose thiualiiiK up ifo grdcelm hi ad' through
the top (i a brnken iliinii, which donuii,di
founded l a lam chifKH tu thai battle : an
luai e. verben t peeping out o a fra3ment
oi a oinfua neu, in uiin-n atauge aut I.
m I'lunted ! Uaen'l ihal pence. fiovin
oui ul war! Even go klia.i the bemtilui
n4 grace ul evet g-ow out ol Imr id and
t-riible ilijnga thdi tinmpi e m illicit iiigin
but ever kdviiuii)i virhi. Nniure ci.v.rr
i ven tlie litle gr u id wiin ven ure an
bloom. Peace and plentv rprnig o,. in III,
track uf the dev mri ig run "i-i'i ; and all
tiling-, in i a ure ad eocieii hall wuik ol.1
the piore i of rnni ii.il.
Ci'Mt Quip i-..e .rue Ihi iithr
ieiauii an iiun; j i.. i g w .u'.e . .re .ig-.i
to Blip, . it lb .' eei . aCaua JOB j MIC,.
til J tbtaa imuj portaile,
...
. .',' '.-.
CiKEAT KEDUCTI 02s'
YS
AT TBS
CASH STORE,
OF
DAN WILL & BEO'S.
"We arc Just in Receipt
i.tiu;i: , , i) viiuiih
a uRiaiMT r
FALL AKLV WINTER
roi
18 0 5 and I 8 OC
Consisting of
FOREIGN
DOMESTIC
DRY GOODS,
CHOICE FA.UILV QKOCERIES
Hats and Caps,
BOOI'S & SHOES,
HEADY 2IAVE CLOTUlxa,
ALL OTHER ARTICLES
FAMILY USE,
ALL OF wuicn
WERE BOUGHT
FOR
V A S I
AT via
VKV1 IOWf.1T it.iTrs
Thej "Will Positively Sell
mil
TUAX AST
Other Establishment
;s THE
COUNTY.
DAN WILL & XiliO'S.
i-xm'.nm
' SALE OF KEAL ESTATE.
liY
Order of ' Frou'ate ' Court.
biA lEuFOIliO VINTON tO. .'
N tlie l.tduy of March, A V -ISiU, atena
7 o'c-li
0 CHICK 11 111. nl Ilia COor Ol tha (.'mirt
l.ou-o Id h loan of UeArthnr, Ohio, will be
rot.l to-the luiilu.H biuilcr. tu Mlowingrea.1 ea
lal", ciniaicl In Vlntun coi.Aty, Dido, an the
irwi riy (il.Jiicob Hawk 3rd rkceawd to-wlt
." liifr-;iniurioii, Kuur hundred and three and
imo-lia rth v 403 ) acre In I'ractionul loin nn in
belf Iwi illv.llir.M. bii.l IsAnlv fnnr I K'a 41
and ;') in kwal.lp number einht ( No8 ) rua
iiiiuiLer eiMuuu iu i-i ) in um wiuo uoinpnnyTa
pnrclinsa, and being all tho-o paria of aaii frao
liona ouiiii-cra twenty-throe aud twenty. foui
which liu nn the eari eldo uf tho niuln cfianncl
ul JJ)t Huccdon creek." '
.A wiraiaed at IP.4S4 00. '
Said Inn.lK to bs Bold free of dnwef and upoo
t(Sriii u I'nlloWH t Onu ililrd euah in hand, one
tl'inl in ill Aionth nil ilin rnmaliiiniv nn tlilv.l
I. tnclvc niniiMiK w'uh interest Ironi tha day
;i"-. wuH-rr.! i inyiB2uiii to oabecurou Dy mor
iinK'Oii iLu I ri mi en. .
, IiENJAMIN HAWK, adni'r of
Kstut of .Ibcob Hak 3d dec.
Tpaeph J McDowoll uli'y. n.'
ui. 24, IS I) 54
Adiiiiuistratrii'M Sale
OF
. .HEAL ESTATE.
oTATE Of: 01)10, VINfON CO.
J: 1 ' In -Probate Court.
Tcy Kay, ailm'trix of Wm. l(av,1 Tuition
deooHHtd, riaiiillir, I
va I " to "
J B Kimball A Ooet nl I
, . . Defendant,J Fell la d
lTJI.UAM toun 0(der ofmltj made 'a the
1 nbovu caio, on' the 20th day of Jarnmry,
iS-W v iii'od hy thettt d I'rohata Court, witliln
nl ir -hu laid county of Vinton I willoffe"
i riile. us administratrix of Win Eay, do
cui.P'1, lalo of nald comity, to the hifthoatbid
der at pnbliu auction at tbe door of Ilia Court
hnuso fu tho town of McArllmr, lu itid county
i h t
Mimilay, Fdniary 19M, 18GC,
between tho liuiira uf ten o'clock m ard fonr
oV. ck pm o i-uid ilay, tho following dei-niibed
real es'nio, bituutud (u uaid county of Vinton,
to wit :
Tho eontheost qiuirtor of the aouth east quar
tcr and tho northeast qrmrtor of tho aoutueaat
qunrtcr. of Noolion nambei (irenty-flve ( 15) la
lownnliip number tc (10) of ran fro number
ninetcrn ( lit) und the northeast quarter of the
iionlii-uHt q.iari-r of i-ociioo ntimbor tliirty-rix
(HA in to. iirliip and rai;(ro al'oremii.l, conlaiu
.)it I it) iicro mure ni lesanlorenaid funds boini
-ulijcctto mid t-nciunlioreil by dower aid homo
t ad uf Ki.id Ti.ey l!uv and minor children
u ii .I hiire it raid SVin J!,.y dcceiipcd.
Alio tho following real entuto freo clear and
unoncumbuttd by dower and homoetead aitim
ted In mill county of Vinton and known aa the
Montgomery 'ract, to-wit i
Tho a. uiliivcsl qmutcr of the aouth east quar
ter of lection number twentytlvo (25'iin towu-i-h'p
lnimbcr ton (10) of raego number nino
leen ai.d tho northwes' qnartorof tho lorlhiait
quarter of section number iliiny-six (3i5) in
townaldp und r nge nlb'oriiid, containing 80
acre mere or loss.
Tho Hist described ono hundred aad twenty
ncre-tract envend by dower and horuentead ap
praised at the sum ol frnr hundred dollnrt and
h second described eighty n-re tract, clear of
i 11 eiiciinibraiicc appraised al five hundred dollar-.
Terms of nihi, one-third cash, one third in
ore your nml oio third in two years from doyol
sale, wild ii:torct, doierTcil payments to bo
secured by iiiotgugo upon the promises:
TAtV KAY, administratrix of
, ' William Kay, deceased,
Brattnn 4 Mayo all'ya for petitioner.
iHiniary -jj, 1 S j J . n4 4w
SherW's Sale.
STATE OE OHIO, VlN TOtf CO;
P 4 L O lirown adm's oi Jnol In court of
ji orownoce'd I'll 11 a
vs
P 0 Brown principal and J C
1 Jirown J d 'weiland teenr-
itiA. I lr.fiimli.tit..
Common Pleas
' . . w j uu TU1JI1I.
J)UnSU.NT to tho cnmmnnd ofa vendi in the
1 above cuwo to mc dircctod from the Court
t I'omninn l'lsns. ol' llm ofnrr.a,.l.l 'niintn r
on Vondl.
VinU n, I will offer nt public alo. at the door of
mo touri-noiu-o, in i no town (of AlcArttiur, iu
iii'Tccnm rnini'y 'il VIHlon.On i
Wednesday, February 28tli, 1800,
at the In.ur of onu o'cloc 1' M of said day tin
following himls und tetcnienta to wit :
..... v ....v v iu luv llinu
of Pratsviile, Vini.nc'iuuty. Uhlo.coniitiilnir
A I lit mil. nt mimhi.r tl.rAlk 1 In .1.. .-
thrco ncres and forty-ihroe one hundredtb of
nn uertt pxcont a. iiortlnn nf hhI.I t.nt l,.i
cd to I) I'iiinoy y deed from T 0 Brown du-ed
amreii o, isjii, coiuuining two seres and nine
tr-flcr TimU.
Takon as tbe tironr.rl.v nf Pr.a.T (1 R.An A
- r i j ' .....j v. i u " u iu
satisfy ajiidemontot aloreaid oourt, in favor
m i nun u u urown auminmirators or John M
urown ucccasea.
Appraised as followe, towit: Two hundred
and twenly-five dollura and must bring two-
tkiv.la rC tl,n,
...I..IPV. IIIU, FlUU, .
Terms of sale, cash in hand.
JOUNJ.SHOCKKT,
MD Brown guardian Sheriff. V C 0
January -ta, Ieoo-.6W4-D1Q.0
Legal Notice.
SMITH, whose residence la un
V known, it boreby notified that Mary A.
Smith did. on the IQtb day .f Januarv. A. Ti.
lbBfl, fil.) l,or petition in the oIKco o the Clerk
nl the Cour of Common Pleas wiihin and for
the county o' Vinton and State of Ohio,
charging hat at tha lime the said Charles
hnntb was married to Mary A. Smith, as al
ledged in said potitlon, he, the uaid Charles
bmitli, had a for.ner wifo living, and asking
i i. , c . ' UB olvrcea irom the said
tharlcs hmuh and said marriage decreed null
...u, .ii.i tniii sue do resioreil to tier form
er Dame. Matv lrnl.l;1..,iA.
.:n .Ji.. Y""'iw wiiieu pennon
will stand for oearmg at the next teim of said
voiirt. ' MAKY A. SMITH.
ny .i.eph J. McDowell, her Ally. jalltwQ
Probate Notice.
.Tnlin R Tl.wT. A r . ...
t . iii mi , ,r ' ul '"o executors or trio
-im .un auu iei.tumentor Lemuel Lane do
ceased, tins tiled his aoeounta and vouchars in
ti.eIrohMteCi.nnof Vinton county , Ohio, for
inspections and final settlement, and that the
same j win oe lur hearing ir said court, on the
K1CIIARD CRAIG,
Fab-s-8r- Probate Jurfge,
Probate Notice.
Joehna W , d. adminlslrator of the estate of
.i i ni jiiea nis accounts
Sin, T-" 1 e p,0.""e l,rt of vim..;
Ciniiiy.Ol.lo. fnr infection and Aral settla.
men. and :iatlhe same will hefo' bearing
lU said court, on Ilia vdt. J..- -r i- t
n ' i.r-7. V "L ren"iry: a.
iiilllArlu CKA1G,
eb-8 8w ProbatoJudge.
Road Notice.
given that a petition will
i.1 be presented to the commissioners of Vin
ton county, Ohio, at their March session, 166J
praying tor the granting and opening of a
county road in Uarrieoa township, commenc
ing at a stake iu tbe stale road, on the line be
tween section fifteen and sixteen and on the
township road layed out from that point to
Bays-villa. Jacki n e nnty. Ohio, about fifteen
rod southwest from tbe residence of Mr. John
Hark sr, thence sonth along tbe section line
hoot fifty or sixty rods to ajitake near tba
hank 61 .be ereek marked B, thenco actons the
leek In a s. otbcasterly direction at tho best
place ihfct a bridge can be put across said creek
lliei-cif ui, ilia crfli.k tnikn .V...n!.i l.'
- . J .T -"- -'- ""snip
road, thence with tbe vanona mesndcrings of
said road in a oMtliflutsTi i..i.
eonntyrrad leading np to Rnysville at the
nor; hat corner of amoel Pickeua' meadow
now owned by one J IJ McCormick. '
Dated Juiinary 24, A. D. 1868. ' '
icbl-w5 . Maui I'd irosiaa.
Advertise In (be BECOUDT
:
$1,000,000, $1,000,000;
G( LD AN" SILVER
GREAT ATT3ARTI0M
GEEAT SESATIOXII!
wA:rcuiiVt Vuck3, ciiAlsg, diaihhd
KING, MELODKONS' Sf.WINO
MACI(TnE3, PIAROfl,
ETC ETC
Oarf !6IlII'0. mlti VDMil
TO BE DISPOSED OF AT
ONE DOLXAli EACH!
WITIH-CT RFOABD TO YALUK. ,
NOT TO BE PAID FOR UNTIL TOV
-KNOW HAT 10U RECEIVE.
BplViulid List of Art Men. all to bo sold for'
One Dollar Each.
199 Clocls (Kronen) 8 a day
clocks, runging from,-. 40 to50eacb
199 Pianos, of tho best mann-
I secure i..-8Ce to 800 oacb
350 dewing Machines, of tho..
best inuLiit'ucture.... ..- SO to 150 each
250 Gouts' Gold llunting-cnto
Watches S0tol50each
250 Ladies' (juld and Enamel-
Ilunfing:cue watchos- OS to each
Gentb' ilnuting-cato Sil
i ver watch , 35to7C each
209 Diamond Itings 50 to 100 each
VJ'J!) Gold Vest & nock chains- 4 to 30 eoch
3!iM " Oval Band Brucolcta- 4 to Seech
.W.itf JetandGo'd Bracelots (to 10 each
2'J'J'J C'bnnleline t'hains aLd
I4nnr.l rliHinu... a ,n nn
7999 Sulituiru & Gold Brooches- 4 to 10 each
5999 for a I, Opal and Emerald
BrOOcllCS dtn I sah
999 Mosiao, Jet, Lava it Floren
tine Far Drona ilA a!i
7598 Coral. Opal aud Emorold Ear
lrops 4 to oach
4999 Calilomia Diamond Breast-
rtins 0 4ft . 1 ."k. . . .. 1.
...... - ........ ,,u .u.irtaKH
3000 Gold rob k Vest Watch keyi 2.60to S each
ivuu j uuui 1 esi, niuooa-siiuca-" J to lu CUCll
0400 Sets soli tioro Sleeve-but tons,
Stllds. At 4 In S..l.
3000 Gold Thimbles, Ponoils te.... 4 to 6 each
10')00 Miniature Lcckers 2. t0 to 10 each
4000 " . " Maeid
bnrine to in en .,.n
SCOO Gold Toothpicks. Crosses, if .. a tn n.h
5000 Plain Grid King 4 to 10 such
5000 Chnsod " 4 to 11 each
1 Stono sot a Signet Uingi..2,5i- to 10 osch
1 Cat. Diamond Kingi 2 to 10 each
7000 Sots Ladies' Jowelry Jot
"d ld 5 to 15 each
000O Sets Ladios Jewolry Carnoj,
Pearl, Opal other stones- 4toli euoh
10C00 Gold fens, eilvcr Extension
Holders and pencils 4 0 q 0mCD
10000 Gold rens and Gold Mount
ed lloldera.... , ftolOeach
6000 " " Extcutlon Hold'ii-15to 2i each
5000 Ladies'Gilt Jo! Buckles.... J to 15 cuch .
6O0O ". " IJoirbarsball8-6lol0esch
5000 Silver Goblets Drinking cups-5 to 50 each
MOO Casters 15 to 60 each
2000 " Fruit, Card and ako
Batkits i 20 to 50 each
5000 dozens Silver Tea Spoons. .-10 to SO p. d.
1C000 " ' Tablo Spoons a
Forks . ..-20o40 i. 4.
In consequence of the great stagnation of
trado In the Manufacturing diatrieta of Franco
and England, a largo quantity of valuable Jew
oiry, originalylntendod for the European mar
kol, fans been sent off for ealo in t e country,
and MUST BE SOLD AT ANY 8 CK1FICE I
I'ndor these ciicmnstsnces, HAMILTON a. Co.
acting as Agents for the principal European
Manufacturers, have r-wolvcd upon a
GREAT GIFT DISTRIBUTION !
Subject to the follotvistg regulations .
Cortilk-atos of tho varioua articlea are first
pnt Into envelopes, scaled up and mixed : aud
when ordered are takon out without regard to
choice, and sent by mail, thus given all a lair
chnnco. On receipt of the certificate, you will
see what yoi are to have, and thou ! is at your
option to send the dollar and take ti e article or
not. Purchasers may thus obtain a piano, Mel
odoon, Sewing Machines, Gold watch, Diamond
Kiniroranv sot of Joirnlrv nuiniFi;.ii....
dollar.
Send 25 On is' fnr fvn ;! t
In all transactions by i. ail.wc shall charge for
ivi nw. v.. ..f, ,Uu vvo.jjviiius, ()uiii0 pnsiuge, anu
doing the business 28 cents each, which must
be enclosed when the certificate is sent for Five
certificates will be seut for 1, eleven for ti,
inirty rur nve oons. ixty-ne for -ten dollars,
und 100 for fifteen dollars.
AGENTS. We want agents In every town and
nnnnlv in country, ami ilo... .,.?.. . - .....u
- ' j -- - ,- .i.wcT nuiiii) no nutll
will be allowed 10 cents on over? certificate or-
uereu i. mum proviuea tnoir rmiittance
amount to one dollar. Agentswill collcct25cta
for every certificate, and remit 15 cts. to us,
either in cash or postage, stamps. Agents re
mitting at once thirty dollars will bo entitled to
a beautiful silver Watch, and also 200 certifi
cates.
Pleas write yonr Name, Town, County and
O . . - . . 1 ,j , -
mis piainiy, anu auoress an orders to
HAMILTON & CO., '
Agents for Foreign American Manufac'a
Salesroom. P.O box 6875. Niw tohk
80 Liberty Street. Nov. 28,-05 3mo
' Joans.
MEXICO! MEXICO!
ssao,uoo,ooo LOAN
' OF THE
REPUBLIC OF MEXICO.
Twenty year Coupon Bonds in Suite of.
SSO, ft 100,1500, and gl.OOO. -INTEREST
SEVEN PER CENT., PA YA:
1JLE in the CITY of KEW YORK. .
Principle niil interest paya
IC I II U Ii l .
$10,000,000 to be Sold nt SIXTY CENTS
on the DOLLAR,
in U. S., Cunenry, thus yielding an inter
est if TWELVE PER CENT IN OOLD, Or SEVEN
TEEN per cent ir currency, at the piesent
rote of premium on pold
The Most DESIRABLE INVESTMENT
ever OFFERED,
Imensp. Tnarrra of Miaraa iki lorn
cultural Lands, Sixty Peb Cent of Port
Dues Imposts, end Taxes, in the Stotee of
Tamyulipas and San Luis Potosi, and Ihe
Flighted Faith ol the said States and the
General Govek in est are all Pledqeu for
tne redemption of these Uoiidaatid payment
of interest. '
THE SECURITY IS AMPLE
S30 in U.S. Curteney will boy 7 wr c
Gold Bond of 150
t60 in U S. Currenrv yvill buy a 7 rerct.
. Gold Bond of 100
1300 in U.S. Cutrenry will buy a 7" per ct.
Gold Bond o! 1500
16 00 in VS. urreney will buy i7perct,
Gold Bondofil .nnn
Let every lover or Republican Instto-
TiONS but at least ONE BOND
Circulars forwarded and subscriution re
c Ived by ' .
JOHN W CORLIES&Co .and
J.N.TIFFT, Financial Agent the Re
public of Mexico. 67 Broadway N.Y.
Suhsrrinlinna aim rprivrH hv Ranlia ,il
Bankers generally tWrouahout' the United
Mates, '
S November 16th 1865-6mo
JOK PKINTIAG axeented with neatnesl and
dispatch at (he Kecorb tfRce, Bratton'a
Unildinir. on rtoer aaat of Conrt ITniiu fni..
tairt.)"' , ,x
I
9
,. Stfoinji Slrttfeints.
J r -r 1 1 ' I
GREAT IMPnOVEMENTS
SEWING MACHINES
Empire Minnie iTIacliine.
Salesroom 536 Broadvay A. Y. ' 250
WutMiiglon'Sl. Boston.' 921 Chatnut St.,
FhilaJephia.- '
rHIS MACHINE, iaeonstructed on entirely
new principles of mocbanlsm, possessing
rr sny rare ind valuablo improvemenie, liaviag
oeen examined by tbe most profound expeita,
and pronounned to be
SlMTLICll Y AND PERFECTION
' : " - COMBINED. '
It has a straight noodle, petpendicnlar action
makes tbe "Lock or Shuttle Stich,' which will
Nkitiier Kir nor Ravej. and la alike on both
sides; performs porfecj sewing on every desi rip
tion or material, from Leather to tha finest Nan
sook Musiino, with cotton; linen or silk thrcid,
from the coarsest to the finest number.
Having neither Cam nor Coo Wiuki, and ihe
least possibJo friction, it ruua ti smooth as
glass, and i emphatically a
, NOISELESS MACHINE!
. r requires Firrr per cxnt. libs rowia lo
drive it then any othor machine in the marke ,
a girl jleven ycurt of age can work it steadily,
without fatigue or injury to health.
I s strength aud woNDKRroL simplicitt of
construction, renders it almost impossible tr
got out. of order, and i oiiRniNvtu by tho
company io givo entire satisiuctioti. .
Werospoctfully invito all thoso who mav do
sire to aupply themselves with a superior arti-
clo to come and examine this unbivallkd Ma
china.
One half hours Instruction Is sufficient, to
enable any person to work this machine to
tbtlrcntiro satisfaction.
liKLIOIOUSSnil 1'IIAniTABLI INSTITUTION! Will
bo liberally dealt with
Agents Wanted for all towns In the United
States where Agents are not already established
Also, for Cu'ia. Mexico. Central and South
America, to whom a liberal discount will be
given.
ft nnnatonniAnta nt.ilA f 1l A.1.1.aa
Empire ScAving Machine ' Mfg
Company,
1.11. hROAHWAV N T
Plinciplo Agonciea Established: Pittsburg;
I'.rnon Asinoun uniumore, Trios.: MianliB.
Wheeling, W. Va. V. D; Sawkell a Bro. Cin
cinnati, O. Mather .t Wilson
November 80th Is65 lyr-
THE
from the Now York llarUd.1
Prominent among the mechanical trt
umphs of this most ingenious age, coin
man honesty compels ue to notice the Em
pire Sewing Machine, commended at just
iy sty leu pei lection itself. Useful as have
been the various sewing machines, from
lirne to time presented to the public, each
one of them has been cursed with some
radical defect.which detracts from irrneral
utility. Wtiriml by the experience of hie
predecessors, the inventor of the Empire
Midline has produced an instrument, com
bining all the advantages for which others
aie vauiueo. anu uoviaiing every ueiert
w hit hen n be attributed to them by the
most fastidious critic.
The Einoir8 Macnine is a marvellmn com
bination of simplicity, economy and perfect
I u. L .1 LI. r - .
viuiMiiaimiiip, oeuig nurauie, iree iroina it
bility to got out of order, noiseless, and ea
sy of operation. Its mechonical contii
vance is such as to secure stability, free
dom fiom accident, and accurai-v aa to
workmanship Bv the life of the patented
rnuttie inn straignt needle, unities i
stitch, which can neither rip cor rave.)
while, it the came time, it can operate
perfectly upon every species of material
from leather to cambric, with tlneidg of
cotton, linen or ailk fiom Ihp fWai in iha
coarsest number.
As the Empire Machine is gradually
Hippiunnng us more antique rivals, no
one in want of a more useful ieilrument
of this description, be he or she tailor,
coachiiiuker. dressmaker or seamstress, cm
(In otherwise than teeute of these econom
ical and inimitable machines, suited alike
for family and manufacturing ournoses.
The. office of the Empire Manufacturing.
Co. is at No. 53f Rroadivar. Now Vnri
City, where they are now supplying theseJ
cinpue iMiiciiineg at- puces lur Delow in
real value of, the iustiuraenU. New York
flerald, .
November 30 1865-1 v: '
Grovesteen & Co..
PIANO FORTE
A1ANUKAOTUKEKA',
'109 Ilro.iditny, New York.
The attention of the Public and'the trade
is invited to our Neat Scale 7 OCTAVE
ROSE WOOD PIANO FORTES, which
lor volume and purity of tone are unrivall
ed, by any hitherto ffoewd in this -. market.
They coniainall the modern improvements
French. Grand .Action. Ham Pdl Irnn
Frame overstrung Buss etc. and each instru
ment being made the personal supervision
bfMr. J. H. OnnvESTERH who haa has a
practical experience of over 31 yean in their
rmnni,raM.a lo foil I ' ..
.ii.iiuiuv.uig 4unj numuicu in every par
ticular.
Tho "Groye6ten Piano Fortes" ns
ceived thn award of merit over all
others at the celebrated Worlds
Fair,
Where were ethibilpil inilmmnni. from
the best makers of London. Psris. Geimany
Philadelphia. Baltimore. Boston and New
York: and also at the American Instntmn
for five successive years, the gold and silver
nieuBig i rum oom oi wmcr can oe seen at
our ware-room,
UV the tnternduction of imnrnvompnli u-0
make a still more perfect Piano Forte, and
by manufacturing largely, with a triclly
cash SVStem. are enabled to nflpr thpan i ri
etriiments at a price which will preclude all
competition.
Price-No. 1, Sever) Octave, round cornen
' Koewood plain case $275.
No. 2, Seven Octave, round corner,
Rosewood heavy moulding $300
No, 3, Seven Octave round corners
Roteuhnd I.niiia TIV slulo ft.UlA.
Term: Net CiibIi in Ciirren Euifds,
UtBUKIPTIVE CIRCULARS SENT
FREE. ' '
Dec. 7th 1865 Jyr ' ' a. c,
HOWARD ASOCIATION' .
PHILADELPHIA FA.
rMSEASES OF THE URINARY A Nn
U SEXUAL SYSTEMS new and .!!.
ble treatment. Also the BRIDAL CHAM
BER, an Essavof WatPimrand Ink trnrlinn
Sent br mail in sealed envelonM fr nl
charge Address. Dr. J, SKILL IN
HOUGHTON, Howard. Asiociation. No.
South Ninth itreet, Philadelphia. Pa.
Oct. llth 1165lyr.
II ELM BOLD' S
EXTRACT BUCHU
' HELMB OLD'S EUCHU.
HELM tOLD 8 BUCHU.
. HELMB OLD'S BUCHU.
The Only Known Remedy
FOR '
DIABETES.
IRRITATION OF THE NECK;bFTliV
BLADDER, INFLAMMATION Ob"
THK KIDNEYS. CATARRH OF
THE BLADDER. STKAN
GUARY OR PAINFUL
URINATING.
FOR these diseases l'.la truly a sots reign rani
edy, and loo muoh can not ba said in I La
firalso. A single dose haa beau kuowu to r
ievotliarnos urgent symtoms.
Are you trcublcd with that distressing palala
'.be small of the back and through tha hips I A
teaspoonful a day of llulmbold's Bushu wUlrs
Have you.
PHYSICIANS AND . OTHERS
l'LESE NOTICE.
I make no aecrat af ingredien'e. ITolrabeld'a
Extract Buchu is composed of Bueb Cubeba,
and Juniper Berriea, selected with great cart,
prepared In vacuo and according to rulaaof
PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY
Then ingredients are known aa the raoit til
sable Diuretics afforded. .
A O IUFIETI C
la that wbiab acta upon the kliaeya
HEWS EXTRACT BUCHU-
.. - ACTS GENTLT,
Is pleasant In tasta and odor, fraa flrata all inia
rious propertica, and immediate In Ue eclieii.
FOB TUB lATIcgAOTIOV OX ALL,
See Medical propirtlea aoatalnad In Dlipsnsa
toiy of tba U. S., of wllob tha following is a Mr
rcct copy :
'iIschu. Its odor Is strong, diflhiaiva and
somewhat arooiatie, ita taU bitterish and aaal
ogoust) that of mint. Ilia givea, ohelly ia
complaints or the Uriuary Orgvn. aueli aa
Gravel, Chronia Catarrh of tba bli.dier and
Urethra) Oisoases of tho prostrate: and Ketan
tion or tho Incoutinenca of Drine, from a lost
o f tone in the parts aoncernod in Use vocuatlon.
It has alao been reoom mended In Dyapepi,
Cbronie kbcumatiura, CuUnoua afoatlona, aad
Dropsy."
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
Pc Professor Dewace' Valuable work oa tire
practise-of physio. . ,
See the remarke made by tha ealabratoe Dr.
Phyaio, of Philadelphia,
ea ary aud all standard werk aa atedUlaf,
LARGEST
MANUFACTURING CIIEMI8I
... ...
IN THE WOULD.
I am acoualnlsd with H. T H.lvU .
occupied tba drugstore opposita my reaideia,
and was successful iu conducting tbe buatneaw
where athera had not bean equally ao before
him. I havo bean ravnrhl lmn,...j Mtik t.i
cbaraatar aad enterprise.
(Firm of Powora A Weightman,)
Manufaaturing Chemists,
. Ninth .nrf Ummin , Ul.ll.
From tna Pbila. Evan'g Bulletin, March 10th. f
We are gratified to bear of tha continued sno
coks In New Tork.of our townsmaa, Mr. H. T.
Ifelmbold, Druggists. Ilia store, next to tha
MotroDolitan flotal. la 14 . Hnnt ir.n f..
deep, and Ive stories in height. Itiaeartainly
a grand esiaDiininieit, and speaks favorably of
Ilia n.nrlla nt l,Ij a.,l.1. II . v. .... .1, . .
and laboratory to this city, which are also model
establishments of their class.
The proprietor haa bean induced to make this
statement from the fact that bia reaiediea. al.
though advertised, are
GEIVUIIVEREPARATIONS
And knowing that tba tntalltirsnt rVl
from asini anything Dortainlnn to nui..ka. .
tha Patent M adinlna nrdns miul nf wV.inK
prepared by self-stylod Doctors, who are to ,
uvibu, wiviub yujBinmu B aunpieac preacrip '
tioll. mnch laaa pnmnAtanfc Ia np&na,A nV...
ccutiol preparations, , .
THESE PARTIES RESORT
to VAriovi meftnt of effectinMili, such 11 coi-
Vintf IIHPtai rf arlwavriaarnanl. f ak.I-- '
edtei. nd liiish nr with certilcftUs.
Tht Science of Medicine lUnds impletMre,
for ita pillar, truth alone for Its en. pi tal.
A WORLD OF CAUTION.
ITa lit k ta mnat tmnn.1,,1 ..J ,V- .m- ...
r "u las iiiiim
should not ose aa advertised ftiodicina, or an
remedy, unless iu contents or ingredient ra
known In ..iknra ka.i.l. .. r.t . " "
., . v.w ia iiiauuiauiurar, ar
until they are satisfied of tha qualileatlona af
tha party so offering. . . , .
; HELMBOLD'S'
GENUINE PREPARATIONS
FLUID EXTRACT BUBHU,
FLUID EXTRACT SARSUPARILLA '
AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH,
Establshed upwards of it jttn.
Prepared by H.T. HELMBOLD.
PRINCIPLE DEPOT.
HELMBOLL'S DRUG AND CHEMICAI.1'
. WAREHOUSE. 694 Broadway, N.Y :
And HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT '
104 South Tenth St. Philadelphia Pa. "
, SOLD BTaIL DRUG GISTS i
KniVwi II,Mlf-ly,

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