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B. A. C0XTRL1.
McArthur, 0.
Colst&blo and Constable.
AtttltettEYS AT LAW,
McArthur, - .."- Ohio,
WILL attend promptly to ill lnninesa in
trust (o their cr,lu Vinton mil Ath
ena count'ictr any -of O.a tour : of ibeTlh
Judicial Jiit., and in the Circuit con r If of l lie
U. SJorLks Southern district of Oiiio, Cluims
agaiiut the flovorr. nient, pcunions, bcm.ty an J
b.wk piy, collected, . , . juiiltf
(. A. HUATT0N.
ARCH. HATO.
BRATTON & MAYO,
AXjTjpjltNE YS AT LAW,
McArt'hur,' ,, Viutou County, Ohio,
WIIL attend to all legal bn.incsa Intmated
to their erne iu Vinton, AtbiT, Jo' en,
Hons, 'locking, endadjiningcounlio. Partic
ular attention given to iho collection of soldier
elairua fiieiiaioii, bounties, arrears of pay,
etc , agtoneV vbeU 8 or A)blo, im.ludi.-ig Mor.
gun rata eiaims. ;uc4
t. const an,
Athens, o
. W. J. WOLT.Z,
J? DIALER IK AND aiPAIRta Of
Oli WATCH Erf, CLOCKS,
SkJE W EL RY,
. "' '- A N D
Musical Instruments,
It J ULBERT 0 PCILUINOJ '
AliTlfUlt, -"' " - Ohio.
KEWj: M I L; LINE It Y
-AND--
Fancy Goods, Toys &c.
0
Mrs. Maggie J. Dodge,
RESCrCTfULU unnounces to tho vitizens
of McArthur and vicinity Uat she lias
jut oJonefl,a ner roa'.cnnoo
tfCKTH' STREET, M ARTHUR, O.,
A large and well selected stock of
BONNETS, HATS, CAPS,
. FRENCH and AMERICAN
IVl ELOWEltS,
8CTCTAGS,
NUBIES,
HOODS &e. &c.
JOY.-FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
f all ktnda, all ot which will bo sold cheap
luriftsn. novsu m iirs ii j jjuijue,
JIILLINE li Y ! I
Mrs. E. B. Pugh,
ONE due essVoT the M B Cherub. Is con
Mantly fecoivtng uew add! lions to her largo
atoeu or
80VTJETS,J V HATS,
RIBBONS, FLOWERS.
PLUMES, RUCHES.
&.C Slc.
Hating in her employ a full force of exper
Utcti tasistance, hIio ia well prepared to
MAKE OLD BONNETS NEW '
promptly aud neatly. Call and seo her stock
and be convinced. nov23-8iii
Kinney, Bundy &. Co.,
Jl A.N K IS K S ,
JACKSON, C. II, OI1ID.
SOLlClT'the acctunts of business men and
individuals of Jackeoo, Vinton, and adjoin
ing countice-dealcrs In exchango, uncurrcnt
.Boney and coin make collections in all parts
of the country, and remit proceeds promptly
an (ha day we pet returns. Government socu
rities and revenue stamps always on hand and
(or sale, tsrlntcreat paid on time coposits.
SeeKHOLDie : II L Ohai mnn. Prcsidont: II
8 Bundy, Vice President; T W Kinney CaHhiori
WmHtiiiTieyl-E BLndwiokjA a Austin; J D
Clam; w butko; ri,ouwicn. - nojuino
Brown, iMackey, and Co.,
Wholesale Grocers.
No. 22 Paint street, Chillieothe, O.
IfEECTlANTS of MoArhur and snrrwund
ItJ. ing country, aro respectfully invited to
all and examine onr stock consisting of every
thing in the grocery line, which we will sell as
low aa the lowest and all goods warranted to be
just aa represented. Beforo purchasing else
where ton will do well to call and see w , as we
will offer yon Inducements not to be beatent
Mo 12 faint street, thillicotne, u.i aoor soutn
rif XeKirs:(iensare aJore. - ueimj
7f
cjliftot house,
CorrTerVSixth i and . Elm Stireefg,
a Cincinnati Ohio. '
THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IX THE CITY
Terms .$2,00 per Day.
IMNIBCSSES carry 1'. paisengers oand
1 foin the care. Tassenirera can take tha
atrset cars at the Little Miami and M A GU E
depot, toriha corner of Fourth and Walnut st.
only four sqnari's frr.m this honsB. dpcgmB
Railroads.
M. & C. R. R., TIME TABLE.
TBOM December, 3rd 18B5, Trains will
,T av Stations named as follows : .
coiso east. :
ftatinn. Mail. Night Ex.
Cincinnati...... , 8 25 a m in w p m
Ijovflftnti. i ' 9 fi a m 11 or p m
Chllllnnfhn.
l i.i p m i Ti a m
t 3 49 p m 8 4 a m
Cirf.TMniac,'
Hwridcn, : ,
McArthur,
Viuton Furnace,
Zalankl,,,
Rope Station,
3 15 p m 4 02 a m
3 28pm 4l4atn
3 40 p m 4 20 a m
,352 pm 4 38 a m
i 4 07 pm 4 51 a m
. 7 47 pm 8 27 a m
Harriett,'
',.11 !.
OOINQ WEST,
jlfaif. M'jht Ex.
6 35 r m 7 00 p ni
' 10 29 a m 10 48 p m
fffrtlfm.' ! "
Mfrrrtetta," '
Hope Station,
ZalcskU
Vinton Furnace,
McArthur,
Hamdnn,
Cin. Furnace,
Chillieothe,
Jxveland,
10 43 ft m 11 01 p ry
10 57 m 11 18 p m
1109 ft m 1130 pm
1122 am 1142 pm
11 40 a m 12 04 a ni
l-lo p in 1 27 a m
4 40 p m 4 40 a m
' C 50 d in ' 5 45 a m
Uivcipnai,t
Trains connect at Ilamdto with Mail train,
to and from Portsmouth O. ' dec7-65
NOTICE Aft person obtaining ten sub
scribers, and sending na the fnoncy, rrt
TEM DoiaAita,ahall receive the Yintos Rrcoao
one year gratia.
G li HA Tlt E 1) UCT I OX
IN
P B S C E '
AT TIIE
ORICilXAL
CASH STORE,
OF
DAN WILL & BRO'S.
AVc arc Just in Receipt
OF A
JLAKCG AM) VARIED
ASJOBTMEST Of
FALL AND WINTER
roa
1 8 6 5 and 1 8 0 6
Consisting of. . ,
FOREIGN
AND
DOMESTIC
. . i ' . .
- DRY GOODS,
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
Hats and Caps,
Boors & SHOES,
HEADY MADE CLOTUIX a, ,
AKD
ALL OTHER ARTICLES
15
FAMILY USE,
ALL OF w men
WERE' BOUGHT
')' . ' :
TOR
CASM.
VEBV L.OWEST RATES
AND
They , "Willj Positively Sell
THAK AUT
Other Establishment
IK THE
COUNTY.
DAN 'WILL & BEO'S.
6peembef 21, 1865.
Jim
AiiH or ijeaitestate;
BY
Order of Probate Court.
STATE OF OUIO VINT6N CO:
OVtheUtUy or March, A D ISM, at one
o'clock p m, at the door of tha Court
house In the town of McArthur, Ohio, will be
aold to the hlphext biddor, the fullowingreal es
tate, aitnatcd in Vinton county,. Ohio,, aiibe
property ot Jacob Hawk 3rd deceased tc-wlt I
. " By extimalioo, Four hundred and three and
one-fourth (403)) acres in fractional lota num.
bercd twenty-three and twenty fonr (No's 23
and 4) in townidiip number eight ( No 8 )ran
number sixteen ( No lfl ) In the- Ohio eomtranyt
purchase, and being all those part aail frac
tions numbers twenty-three nd twenty-foot
which Ho on tho cat( sido vf the main channel
ol ifig ltaccocn creek." ., , ,,
Appraised at 10,4S4 00. !-. i .
Suid lands to be sold free of dower and upon
tcrnia aa follows : Ono- third cash in hand, ooo
third in ait months and the reinainimoae third
In twelve months with iu to rest trom lb day of
vuio. ieicrreii payments to oe aecured Dy mor
gug ou the rremi es.
BENJAMIX HAWK.adm'r of
Estate of Jacob Uawk 3d dee.
Joseph J McDowell att'y.
.Tun 2i, 19 6-5w4 '
Adiniiihtratrix's Sale
OF
RKAL ESTATE.
STATE OF ODIO, VINION CO,
In Probate t'onrt.
Tacy Ray.adm'trix of Wm. Bar,! fetiti'ja
deceased, " Plain tift,
J B Kimball A Coe't al .
Defendants, Fell lard
PURSUANT to an order of sale wade In tho
above cae, on the 20th day of January,
ISM. g anced by the ia d Probate Court, within
end for the said county of Vinton 1 will on"e
forsale, aa administratrix of Vm Bay, da
ceased, late of said county, to the highest bid
der at publio auction at tbe door of the Court
house in the town of McArthur, in said county
ou ,.
Monday, February 1M, 1SC0,
between the hours of ten o'clock a m ard fonr
oVnck p ra o said day, the following desoiibed
roa I estato, situated lu said county of Vinton,
to wit :
Tbe southeast quarter of tho south east quar
tor and the northeast quarter of the soutnoast
quarter, of seotlon numboi iwenty-flvo (25) in
township nnmbor tin (101 of rango number
nineteen (ID) and the northeast quartor of the
northoast quarter of section number thirty-six
(88) in township and range aforevaid, contain
ing 120 acres more oi Icm, aforesaid lands being
subject to and encumhorod by dower and home
stead of aaid Tacy Bay and minor children
and heirs of said Wm ihy deceased:
Also tho following real estate free clear and
unencumbered by dower and homestead situa
ted in said county of Vinton and known as the
Montgomery tract, to-wit t ' ..
Tho southwest quarter of the sonlh east quar
ter of sociion nam her twenty five (BSlin town
thip number ten (10) of rango nnmber nino'
tecn and the northwest quarter of tho torlhcnst
quarter of sectton number thirty-six (38) in
township and r. nga aforeraid, containing 13
acres moro or less.
The flrstdcscribej one hundred and twenty
oro tract covered by dowor und homostead ap
praised t tho Snm ol fonr hnn,!rnr1 HnlLr. .nil
tho second described eighty acre tract, clear of
an oncumorance appraised at live hundred dol
lars. .
Terms of sale, one-third cash, one third In
ono year and one third In two years frpm dayol
solo, with interest, deferred p&ymenta to be
securod by mortgage upon the promises:
TACV BA Y. administratrix of
William Kay, deceased,
Bratton & Mayo att'ys for petitioner. ,
January 2J, ISO. ' n4-4w
- Ml,n-rt'a .U.l
STATE OE OU10," VINTON Ca; -
e r .it. .....
i as l, crown adm's of Jnoi la court of
ai crown dee'd 1'lt'tl a
s "vs .
P Q Brown principal and J 0
P Brown J 0 fwotlnnd teonr-
ttiA. nnfHnilunt.
Common Pleas
on Vend!.
X above cause to mo directod from the Court
f. t rnnimnn Pt.nn .1. t
Vlnlcn, 1 will offor at publio sulo, at the door of
urn vuuri-uouse, in mo town or jucArtnur, in
aforesaid county of Viuton, on
AVodnestlay, Ft'briinry 28tli, 180.
at the honr of one o'clooK P M of raid day the
following lands and tencmenta to-wit :
All ofont lot nnmbor three ( 3) in the town
of Pratsviilo, Vinton county, Ohio, containing
three acres snd forty-throe one hundredth of
an acre , except a portion of aaid on lot convey
ed to T) Pinncy by deed from P G Brown dared
March S, 1359, containing two acres and nine-ty-fivorods.
i , - .... .,
Taken as the property if Nearly O Brown to
sntisfy a judgment of nforccnid court, in favor
of V aud L 0 Browntdhilniairatorl of John ii.
Brawn decaasav). U i ;n i u J - .. I
Appraised as follows, to-wit: Two hundred
and twenty-flvo dollars and must briDg two
thirds of that sum.
Terms of Bale, cash in hand.
w JOHNJ.SnOCKKT,
M D Brown guardian Sheriff V CO
January 25, lS08-6w4-
Legal Notice.
C
6M1T1I, whose residence Isnn
known, it horeby notiflod that Mary A.
Smith did, on the 10th doy if January, A. D.
1608, nlH her petition in the office ot the Clerk
of the Court of Common Picas within and for
the county of Vinton and State of Ohio,
chargiu, (hst at tha time the said Charles
bmith was married to Mary A. Smith, as al
ledsed in said petition, he, the said Charles
bmith, had a for.ner wtfo living;, and asking
that the may. be divorced Irom the said
Charles Smith snd said marriage decreed nnll
and void, and that she be restored to her form
er name. Mniy Holdaritter-which petition
will stand for hearing at the next teim of said
CTS , MAKV A. SMITH,
By Joseph J. McDowell, her Atty. jallCwi
Probate Notice.
tS.,,8' ?Bwk ona of the executors of the
Lost Will and Testament of Lemuel Lane de
ceased, has filed his accounts and vonchars in
tne Probate Court of Vinton conn tj , Ohio, for
inspections and final settlement, and that the
same will be for hearing in said court.ontha
22d day. of February A.I). 1886.
. KICUARD CRAIG,
r"b'8-8- Probate Jmge.
Probate Notice.
Joihna Wood, administrator of tha estate of
Danus Fcrrell deceased, has filed bis accounts
and vobchara, In the Prooate Court of Vinton
county, Ohio, for inspection and final settle
ment, nd that the aamewill be for hearing
In said I court, on the 24th day of February : A.
D. 1866. KICHAPD CRAIG,
Ieb-8-3 .Probate Judge.
Road Notice.
given that a petition will
il be presented to the commissioners of Vin
ton county, Ohio, at their March session, 1883,
praying for the granting and opening of a
county road in Harrison township, corn m en 0'
ing at a stake iu tbe state road, on the line be
tween sections fifteen and sixteen and on tho
township road layed ont from that point to
KaysTille, Jackson oennty, OUo, about fifteen
roda southwest from tha residence of Mr. John
Clark sr, thence aonth along the section line
about fifty or sixty rods to a stake near the
bank of the creek marked B, Thence aciosa tho
cieek in a southeasterly direction at the best
place that a bridge ean be put aorosa said creek,
thence up the creek to the aforesaid township
road, thence with tbe various meanderings of
said road in a southeasterly direction to the
county road leading np to Raysville at the
northeast oorner of Samuel Pickens' meadow,
now owned by one J H HcCormick.
Dated January 24, A. D. 1888.
febl-4w5 Ma 1'xrrriosxM.
'
Advertise In Uxc KE0OKD7
$1,000,000, $1,000,000.
G( LD AN n SILVER
GREAT ATTRAGTIOM
GREAT SENSATION 1 1 !
WATCIIIO, CLOCKS, CHAINS, DTAJKND
BIK6B, MELODEONs' 6KWJMQ .
, MACHINES, riAROR, .
. i ETQ., ETC .
m -mim. dcldrs
TO BE DISPOSED OF AT ,
ONE DOLLAll. EA C II I
WITH0DT RFOABD TO V ALUS.
NOT TO BE PAID FOR UNTIL YOU
KNOW: iVIHT YOU HECE1VE.
Sllenilid List of Artlck'H, all to be sold for
One Dollar Each. ,
199 Clocis (Fronch)8a d 21 day .
clocks, ranging from...- 40 to 250 each
199 Pianos, of the best mann-
facfuro..: 3C to S00 each
250 Sewing Machines, of the
bent manufacture."..- SO to 150 each
250 Gents' Gold Hunting-case
batches.... SOtolSOeaoh
250 Ladles' Gold and Enamel-
' Iliinting-cate watches- 85 to TO each
599 Genu' Buuting-cake Sil
ver watch .'.35 to 7C each
299 Diamand Rings 5u to 100 each
1999 Gold Vest nock chaina- 4 to 30 each
3999 Oval Band Bracclete- 4o Boacli
6999 ,Jot and Gold Bracelets...... 8 to JO each
2999 Chanteline Chains aid
:i Guard Chains. S to 20 each
1999 Soliiaire & Gold IBrooclies- 4 to 10 each
5999 Cora), Opal and Emerald
Brooches v" 4 to 8 each
5999 Mofiao, Jet, Lava & Floren
tine Faj Drops..' 4 to ( each
7599 Coral, Opal and EmeroldEar
Drops.... 4 to Oeach
4999 Calilomia Diamond Breast
pins 2,50 tolO each
3000 Gold Fob Vest Watch toys 2,50 to 8 each
4000 Fob & Vest Rib'oon-Blidcs-.. 3 to 10 ouch
6 J 00 Sets soli tiara Sleeve-buttons,
Bt.uds, o 3 to 8 each
3O00 Gold Thlmbles,Pon3iI ) 4 to Beach
10i)00 Miniature Lockers 2,50 to 10 each
4000 . " . . Mairio
Spring.... ,
10 to 20 each
SCOO Gold Toothpicks,Crosscs,o.. 2 to 8 each
5000 Plain Grid Bingb... 4tol0euch
5000 Chasod " 4 (oil each
1 Stone sot Signet Rings. .8,5c to 10 each
1 Cal. Diamond Kingv.... .... 2 to 10 each
7600 Seta Ladies' Jewelry Jet
and Gold.... S to 15 each
6000 Sets Ladles Jewelry Cameo,
Pearl, Opal other stones- 4 to 15 each
10100 Gold 'ens, silver Extension
' Holders and rencils a to 10 each
10000 Gold rons and Gold Mount-'.
' ed Holders , 8 to 10 each
M02v J.', Mention Hold's-15to 25 each
5000 Ladioa'GiU a Jot Buckles... .5 to 15 each
6000 " : ' Hair bars bulls-5 to 10 each
5000 Silver Goblots Diiuking enps-fl to 50 each
3000 Canters '.15 to 50 each
2000 " .. Fruit, Card and cake . i
Tiattois-... 20to50earh
5000 dofeonsSilvor Tea 8poons..-10 to 20 p. d.
1C00O Table Spoons
Forks -orwnin .,. A.
In consequence of tho great stagnation of
iruae in me munumciuriug uisirlctB of r ranee
and Englnnd, a largo quantity of valuable Jaw
eiry, original Intoudcd for the European mar
ket, has been sent on" for sale in t e conn try.
and MUST BE SOLD AT ANY 8 ORIFICE I
Under these citcumstancos, HAMILTON Co.
aotlng as Agents for tho principal European
Manufacturers, have resolved npon a
GREAT GIFT DISTRIBUTION !
Subject to the followlne reo-ulations :
Certificates Cf tho various articles are first
put into envelopes, scaled np and mlxod : and
when ordered ato taken out without regard to
choice, and tent by muil, thua given all a tair
chanco. On receipt of the certificate, you will
aee whtit you are to have, and then ! is at vonr
option to send tho dollar and take tie article or
not. t urenasors may tmis obtain a riano, -Mel-odoon,
Sewing Machines. Gold watch, Diamond
Rlngorany a;tof Jewelry ou our list for one
dollar.
Send 25 Cents for Ci'itiflcnle
In all transsotioni by n:ail,we shall charge for
lorwarumic iuo cunmcaios, paying poatuge,ana
doing he business 25 cents each, which must
bo enclosed when theoortificato is sent Uit Five
certificates will bo sent for 1, eleven for f 2,
thirty for five dolls, sixty -flo for ten dollars,
and 100 for flttoon dollars.
AGENTS.. We want agents In every town and
countr in cour.trv, and those actinir as auoh
will bo allowed .1.0 cents on every certificate or-7
uerea rjy ineiri, . provitrea their rtniittanco
amount Wono dollar. ' Agents will collect'25 pts
for ovory certificate; and remit lcts. tons;
Jithor in casn or poatftge . stamps. Agents re
nitting nt once thirty dollars will bo entitled to
a Dcauuim Bjivor natcu, .anumouu cerunr
catea. ' '" '
l'leaa write your Name, Town, County and
State plainly, and address all orders to
HAMILTON & CO.,
Agents for Foreign American Manufac'a
Salesroom, r.o box 6875, new tore.
86 Liberty Street. - Nov.2?,-65 8nos
oans.
MEXICO! MEXICO!
30,000,000. LOAN
OF THE
REPUBLIC, OF MEXICO.
TWEJSTT-XAK COUPQH BoKDS IS SUMS OF,.
." $56, Jsl00,65b'0, and $1,000.
INTEREST, SSYE PER CENT.,' PAY A:
. IILE In the CITYof.KEW YORK... .
Principle and Interest paya
ble in OOliD,
$10,OQO,OQO (O be Sold nt SIXTY CENTS
on the DOLLAR, ' "
in U. S.; Curiency, thus yielding an later-
eBt Bf TWELVE FEU CF.KT ,IK OOtD, Or SEVEN-
teen per cent IN CURRENCY, at the present
rate of rtremium on gold.
Tbe Most DESIRABLE INVESTMENT
' ever OFFERED,
Ijjense Tbacts of MlNINO anb Ao.li
ctrLTURAi Lands; Sixty Peh Cent, of Port
Dues Imposts, and Taxes, in tho States of
Tamyulipas and San Luis Potosi, and the
Flighted Faith of the said States and the
General Govekxment are alt. Pledged for
the redemption of these Bonds and payment
oMnterest. ' r '
THE SECURITY IS AMPLE
830 in U,S, Currency will buy a 7 per c
Gold Bond or.50 ,
t60 in U S. Curiency will buy a 7 per ct.
' Gold" Bond of 100. .; . ',
$300 inU.S.Cuirency 'will buya 7perct.
v avi uuuu v yutiVj t
8600 in U.S. urrency will buy a 7perct,
Gold Bond of 81)00 "
Let eeby lover of Republican Instto
tioks bc y at least ONE BOND
Circulars forwarded and subscription re
c ived by
' - JOHN W. CORtlEB&CoVahd
t J.N.TIFFT, Financial Agent the Re
' -' public of ilexico, 67 Broadway N.Y.
Subscription also received by Banhs and
Bankers generally throughout.,. the United
States. l,. . ; 1 ' . 1 . :
November I6tb 1865-6mo . i.V : .
JOB PRINTING executed with neatnees and
dispatch at the Bioord effico, Bratton's
Building, onadott east of Court Uouae, (upstairs.)
GREAT IMPROVEMENTS
- IN
SEWING MACHINES
Unipii'! Hiiitlle iflncliine.
' Salesroom 636 Broadway N. Y. 250
Washington St. Boston. 921 Chestnut St.,
I'hiladcphia. .. ." 1.
piIIS MACHINE, Isconstructed on entirely
J. new principles of mochanikm, possessing
nrnny rare and valuable Improvements, having
ocen examined' by tha most .profound Bkpeits,
and pronounced to be
SIMi'lICI i Y AND rERFECXION
x . COMBINED.
It has a straight needle, poipendlcnlar aellor.
makes the "Lock or Shuttle Stich,' which will
Nhitiibb Rir nor Kavil, and ia alike on both
sides; performs per foe; sewing on every dest rip
tion ol material, from Leather to the finest Nan
aook Musllno, with cotton, linen or silk thread,
from tha coarsest to the finest number.
Haying neither Cam nor Cos Wheel, and the
least possible friction, It runs at smooth as
glass, and ia emphatically a
NOISELESS MACHIrVE!
I' requires iiTT ran oknt. . Lisa rowia to
drive it then any other niavhine in the marke',
A girl otcven ycara of ago can work it steadily,
without fatigue or injury to health.
' lis strength and woNDxnrux simplicity of
construction, renders It almost impossible to
gel out of order, and . is ouamuiuxd by the
company to give entire satiafactiou.
We respectfully Invite all those who may de
sire to supply tneniMjlv.s with a superior arti
cle to come and examine this vhbivallkd 11a
cbino. , One half hours Instruction ia snfftclont, lo
enable any .person to work thia machine lb
theirentire satisfaction.
Rxiioioossnd CiiARiTinLi institutions will
be liberally dealt with
Agents Wanted for all towns In the United
States whore Agents are not already establixherl
Also, for Cn'ja. Mexico, Central and South
America, to whom a liberal discount will be
given.
No consignments made stall. Address
Empire Sewing Machine Mi'g
Company,'
a. o.' BROADWAY N,Y;
Principle Agencies Established: Pittsburg;
Krnost Astnelrrv Baltimore,. Tlios-! Shanks.
Wheeling, W. Va. W. 1): Sawkoll Bro. Cin
olnnati, O. Mather Wilson
November 8Qth IS65 lyr
THE
111
From the New York Iler ild.l
Prominent among the mechanical tri
umphs of this most ingenious ngc, com
mon honesty compels us to notice the Em
pire Sewing Machine, commended' as just
ly styled pei fectiou itself. Useful as have
been the various sewing, machines, from
time to time presented lo the public, each
Qno of them n as 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
are vaunted, and obviating every delect
which can bo at tribute J to them by the
most fastidious critic. -
The Empire Macnine is a marvellous com
bination of simplicity, economy and perfect
workmaushlp, being durable, free from li.
bility to get out of order, noireless, and ea
sy of operation. '. Its mechanical conlii
vance 19 such es to secure stability, free
dom from accident, and accuracy as to
workmanship. By the ue of the patented
shuttle and straight neele, if makes a
stitch, which can neither lip nor ravel
while, at the same- time, it can operate
perfectly upon every species of material
from leather to cambric, with thteads of
cotton, linen or silk, fiom the finest to the
coarsest number. '
; As the Empire Machine ' is gradually
3upplanting iU more antique rivals, no
one in want of a more uselul iestrument
of this description, be he or she tailor,
coachmaker, dressmaker or seamstress, can
d 11 otherwise than teeure of thrse econom
ical and inimitable machines, suited alike
for. family and' manufacturing purposes.
The office ol .the . Empire Manufacturing
Co. is at No. 536 Broadway, New York
City,' where tjicy, are now supplying these
Empire. Machines at prices lar below, thk
real value of tbe instruments, New Yor
Herald. . ' , .
November 30 1865-1 v
Grovesteen & Co..
PIANO FORTE
. MAKUFA0TUREK6;
499 Broadway, New York.
The attention of the Public and the trade
is invited lo our New Soalk 7 OCTAVE
ROSE ' WOOD PIANO FORTES, which
for volumeand purity of tone are unrivall
ed, by any hitherto fibered in this market.
They contain all the modern improvements
French, Grand Action, Harp Pedal, Iron
Frame orersfrunjr Bass etc. and each instru
tnent be ins made the personal nunptviqinn
tfMr. J. H. Grovesteeh who has has a
practical experience of over 3; years in their
manufacture Is fully warranted in every par
ticular.
Tho 'Grovestoen Piano Fortes" re-
- ceivedtbo tlward of merit; over atf
' others at tbe celebrated Worlds
; Fair,
Where were exhibited instruments from
the best makers of London, Paris. Germany
Philadelphia. Baltimore. Boston and New
York: and also at the American Instutuie
for five successive yeararthe gold and silver
medals from both of wliich can be seen at
our ware-room, , ' t .
By the interoduction of improvements we
make a still more perfect Piano Foite; and
by manufacturing largely, with a atricfly
cash system, are enabled lo'offer these in
struments at a price which will preclude all
competition. :t .
Prick-No . 1, Seven Octave, round corners
Kowood plain case,. $275.
No. 2, Seven Octave, round corner,
'. Rosewoodheavy moulding $3Q0,- ,
No, 3, Seven Octave round corners
! Hosewood Louis XIV style 8325
Term: Net Cnsh In Currcn Eunds,
DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS SENT
FREE. 1
Dec. 7ih 1865 lyr " . a, c,
; HOWARD ASOCIATION'
'. PHILADELPHIA ' PA. - .
DISEASES OF THE URINARY AND
SEXUAL SYSTEMS new and relia
ble treatment. Also the BRIDAL CHAM
BER, an Essay of Wai pin2 and Iribtruclion
Sent by mail in sealed envelopes, free of
cnarge. i Address, Vt. J, SKILL IN
HOUGHTON, Howard Association, No.
3 South Ninth street, Philadelphia,. Pa..
Oct. 13th 1835-lyr.-
IIELMBOLD'S
extra frr nnnTTrT
-asw a. .L Kf
IIELMBOLD'S BUCHU. "
IIELMBOLD'S BUCHU. .
IIELMBOLD'S BUCHU.-
The Only Known Remedy
DIABETES,
IRRITATION OF THE NECK, 'OF T.IE
BLADDER, INFLAMMATION O?
THE KIDNEYS. CATARRH OF
THE BLADDER, STKAN
GUARY OR PAINFUL
URINATING,
FOR these diseases It is trnly a sovereign rem.
edy, and too much can not be aaid in Its
' pii.giw uvn ill., uouu AUOWn 10 ro-
iove tha mos' urgent symtcms.
Are yon trcublcd with that distressing pain in
the small of the back and through tha hips I A '
teaspoonful a day of Uelmbold'a liuohu will re
liave you.
M'llXBIUAiNS AND OTIIER3
I'LESE NOTICE.'
I make no secret ef ingredienfs. Ilolmhoira
Extract lluclm is composed of lluohti Cubolw,
and Juniper; Berries, selected with great eiro,
prepared In vacuo and according to rules f
PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY
Those Ingredients are known as tha most val
uable Uluielies !affirdcd
ADIURETIC
la that whioh aota npon the kidneys
BEL WS EXTRACT BUdiiU
ACTS GENTLY, '
Is pleasant in taste and odor, free from all inju
rious properties, and immediate In ita action.
FOR THE SATISFACTION Of ALL,
ceo aieoicai properties contained in Dispenaa
toiy of the V. S., of w biuh the following is a ar
rect eery :
"Uccm;. Its odor is strong, diffusive and
Bomewliat arouiatio, its tastd bittorish and anal
ogous t) that of mint. Ills given, choifly in
complaints of the Urinary Organa, aueh m
Gravel, Clironle Catarrh of the bli.ddor and
Urethra; Diseases of the prostrate: and Reten
tion or the Incontinence of Urine, from a loss) '
of tone in the parts concerned in itsavocnation.
It has also been recommonded In Dyepepie.
Chronic llhoumatUm, CnUnous affeotions, and
Mfvil.py.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
Pee Professor Deweos' valuable work on th 1
imuviu ui pnynio.
See the remarks made by the celebrated Dr.
Phyaio, of Philadelphia.
See ary and al 1 standard works on Sedlelna, ;
B0H Til
LARGEST
MANUFACTURING CHEMIIT
IX THE WORLD.
I am acquainted with H. T. PolmboM J U
occupied the drugstore opposite my reaideueai,
and wos successlul in conducting ths businaaa
whore ethers had not been I equally as beforw )
him. I hevo been favorably improsaed with bia
charnotor and enterprise. ,
WxienTMAV," '
(Firm of Powers A Weightman,) '
Manufacturing Chemists,
' Kinth and Brown at., Phila. ' -'
From the Thila. Even'g Bulletin, March 10th. r
We aro gratified to hear of the continnod sno
ccss In New York, of our townsman, Mr. II. T.
liolmbold, Druggists. His store, next to the
Metropolitan Hotel, is 23 feet front, 380 feet
deep, and live atorles In height. It is certainly
a grand establishmeat, and speaks favorably of
the merits of his articles. He returns his office
snd laboratory to this city, whieh are also model
establishments of their class.
Tho proprietor has been induced to make this
statement irom the fact that hia remedies, al
though advertised, are
GENUINE PREPAMTIOiYS
And knowing that the Intelligent refrain '
from TlstniT nnvtKlni. m.,.1Um . - .1
the fatent Medicine order mos of whioh are
proparod by self-eiyled Doctora. who are to -norant
toreida physician's (simplest prescrip
tion: miinll too. AnmnAtAn. t . L 1 r.
ceutial preparations, i
: THESE' PARTIES RESORT
to varioua m,nni nt cT.,t! n n .am. . v ' .
, wuwwMi.g uvn h cop
ying parts o advertiseraenta of popular ram-
Tht Science of Medicine stands timnle.anra.
and majestio, having fact for Ub basis, indaotiea
for its pillar, truth alone for ita capital. .
A WORLD OF CAUTION. ;;
neilth-ls most Important, and the afflicted
should n6t use an advortised medicine, or any'
remedy, nnlesaiu contents or ingredients are
known to cthora beside the manufacturer, or
until they are satisfied of the qualifieations ef
the party so offering.
IIELMBOLD'S
GENUINE PREPARATIONS .,
iLUlU EXTRA CTBUBHU.
FLUID EXTRACT SARSPARILLA .
AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH,
. Established
: . Prepared by H.T. HELMBOI.D- 1
. ! I I: f. . ,.; J. , -
, ' PBIltuiPLE DEPOT. 1 1
HELM BOLL'S DRUG AND CHEMICAL1'
WAREHOUSE, 694 Broadway, N.Y
Ani HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT ,
104 South Tenth St.'PhiladelphU Pa. ' ,
SOLD BYaILDRUGGISTS '

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