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FAME.
BY ANN E ROSE.
You lunt seen t lie hiheil bn i"P,
That flaturinjr woiM iou'.iI uy,
Twined around li e brow uf Geiiiu.-,
Gaily strewn alcn; I is way.
Anil joii'icbccii (lie g'owini record
Wiitteii in i!io buuk of fame,
Telling jou '.he deeds ol lionor
Thut were wreathed around his tunic.
And yoii'v thought yon could be happy,
If your name could be arrayed
With the living floweis of filory,
Set in wreath thut coulJ i.ot fado.
And, receive ihu udo.atiou
That a wondering world bestows,
On a dating heart that triumphs,
As it upward, onward goes.
Put you have not seen the rorrows
Which that l.c Lie hem l.uth kixwu
You have only seen thi lenJ r
Of its laurels, fully blown
Fur beneath that shii.ing surface.
Which the wondering worl.l admires
Feats a heart of many sorrows,
Throbing with tumultucus fires.
Though that heaits in full possession
Of the I oii;&ge earth can give;
Though the buddidg of its power
libs but just begun to live;
Yet tjiett heart is sad and lonely,
And it longs for love and light.
For benejth its outward blooming ;
The'ie U oft a dieary blight.
Fume 6eems but a mocking echo
Toils "weary, cad unrest,"
It has won her sounding honors,
But tlioy seem a vain bequest.
Why the. i do we strive and labor.
For the l.c mage of the world?
Why Jdo we, for Fame, press onward'
Where her banner is unfurled
Rather let us toil for Virtue,
If lor happiness we strive,
II we tread the paths of goodness
e will at her shrine arrive,
Then, we shall rejoico in knowing
That we've snapped our cours? aright
L;t the world approve, or eoitsure,
We will live in Virtue's lih:.
A Fancy Sketch.
Ac there is a dunce of the Distiict of
Columbia being turned into Dahomey, ond
the Ebony class being metamorphosed into
voters, it will do no harm to draw a fancy
sketch of a scene at the pulls.
We will, therefore, suppose Ihc polcsopen
on I a voter presents himself and hands in
his ticket.
OrncF.R. -U'liiil's year name.
Voteb. Cufley.
O. But your sur nome?
V. Massa nebcr railed me sir.
(). Well, your baptismal name.
V. Oh. gotry, nebber was baptized in dis
lifetime.
O. Well your Christian name!
V. No, Chris was de old Massa's name.
O. Well, are there sny others named
Cufley i'i your Ward?
V. Oh, Gor-a-inighty, yes, yah, vah,'lere
am six Cufleys in one house.
O. Well, which Cufley are you?
V. Why, I urn dis identical' Cufley what
nm s'andin here.
0. But how do jou know yourself from
the oilier Cufleys?
V. V by, dis CnfTey om a peminan, de
oder Cufleys are all Ommoii ,'olks.
0, But which of the CullVys are jou on
this list of voters?
V. Can't read 'cm glyphics.
0. Well, where do ou live?
V. Down at de hotel.
O.Well docs any other Cufley live
there.
V.- Gory, yes, dere am four or six-can't
count which,
O.Well, what's your wife's nnnic.
V.Lor-a-Masscy. hain't got no wife.
O.Well, me the other Culleis married?
Kebersecd 'em manicd. Dey'liaboue
woman betwixt 'en. all.
0,Well, what age are you?
V. Dal question is to misticated. fotdis
child.
0 Well, are you twenty-one?
V. Keber countod more dan two, ond
hud to count 'em one at a time.
0. Did you ever pay a lax?
V. Yes Slassd he sent me lor tacks, but
he paid for.lhat paper hcself.
0.-- What claim have you for asking a
vote here.
U. l's a loyal contraband American c it
izen of Africau descent Johnstown Demo
crut.
..
It is mot a little remarkable that the pre
dicted burning of the world, and the circum
dances attending it, as lortold iu the Scrip
lure are both natural, and have a etiict
coincidence with scientific probability. It
is ccmputtd by French astronomers that
more than Gficrn hundred fixed stars have
(lisappcaied within the lust three centuries.
La I'lare says that one of these stare, situat
ed in the northern hemisphere, gavd the
most indisputable evidence of having been
consumed. It was so bright as to be visi
ble to the naked eye et midday. At first
dazzling white, then reddish yellow, ond
lattly of an ashy pale color. The conflagia
tion lasted and was visible sixteen mouths,
whin the 'r-r fnrt-vf i iliopi-PHred.
A Celestial ioituu .niTRiMCHiKti.--Eiela's
comet, now approaching its perihel
ion., will soon Ik visible. It is nuw distant
about 1 10,000,000 miles-. On the. first ol
November next it will be close to A pho
I'egasi Markab, one of the four bright stars
forming the well known iquaie of l'egasus.
It then pursues a southerly course, crushing
the celestial equator about the middle ol
December. It then crosses its old path in
lfc64, near where it separated into two
comets. Al the end of Fcbmary its dis
tance fii'in the earth will be less than 20,
000 000 of mile. This comet's period is
about six and in c quarter jears.
A misn .b.e oid Uaclielur, who knows (hat I
li.e ;ie'; -.i: is ri'it leup year. Btyi: "U you
'iK-dea v!lji;c 'J.v notvt'ry shy, ;d i ,
-i". ' er be b t i t i v ahv yjti'fe'.f, I
Legal Notice.
Legal Notice. State of Ohio, Vinton Co.
IN PROBATE COURT:
IImnpliroy Chirk adniinutra:or
ol tlo cxtiitu ol llci ir Ed
wards demited, iniiuliif.
v
Ksicliol Ednnnls. widnw of the
M Henry Kd wards decoded I
nml Mi-rdiK'ia I'd 'vtird, dames I
St'iwurt Edward, 1 liuho Ar.n
Edward, II ii ry Juno Edwards I
Ma (.':itct Juno hlumds
IVtiiionJ
to
Sell l.ii d.
rr.iri-nr.n iun mwimis umi
Charles IIut'soii Elwurds I
n iiicr children and huirn at j
l.ir of mid Henry EdwnnUI
ilcicm.'d, defendants J
I1 HE ubivo mimed minor defendants herein,
I t -'vit: Murdicai Edwards, dnnics s-towart
Edwards, I I'.oelio Ann Edward. Mnrvjann
Edwards, and Mnvnrct Jnuo Ed'wanV, will
hereby tako rotico, that a petition i" tho
.above caiiso wax tiled, on tho 2nr.li ilny of Eeh
ruury, A. I). ISilil. in tho 1'iohato Court In and
for tho ci tinty of V inton and Stato of Dl.io, hv
Humphrey Clark, Mio ndniinl.strator, duly np
p'inud i.nd (nulifcl. of tho estate of Henry
td'.vardrt, Into of mid Vinton connly, Ohio, do
eeosed, nsklr.fr for Iho silo of real ostato to pay
ho delits if tho snid iloeo lent. Tlmt mid pe
tition nt out in SiibsUneo ha fullnwin g t'netif
to-w it: That the jemnnl cjtuto of tlio miJ do
culelit as entirely inndequato tu ray Ljio
vuli l ilnimti neiiinst ruiil estato, and tho costs
of administration; that tho tM doccdent at tho
tiino of Idn diiith was ychaX infeo hiinpfool tho
f llowinfr describid roalcstut.j to-wii:
Tho iiorllicast quarter of iho poutheastqn ir
tcr of scefion liuiiiher fo'T (4) of township
iinn.boriiins (8) niul rnnfra r.nmlicr cifrhteen
(IS) in thodistiiet of hind Fid.jec't. to falo at
ChildeoUio Ohio; contnininir Ihirty-flvo (35)
aorr and Kixty-sevon (DT-lOO)of nnnero.
Also, tho northwest of tho oulivnst quar
ter of rcefion nmnlier throe (:i) of township
niiinher nine (1) of rantr miinher lightccn (IS)
e"i taininfr thiriy-sevcii erc nioro orh ssj
that theeaid decedent to It a widow, Mpl living
to wit: Knehsel Edwards (who is
outlded to dower in fuld iromincs) rndulso
iha follnwini; named minor children and heirs
at hw of tho said deceased, to-wit: JlorJeeia
Edward, Jnmon Stewart Edwardr, I'liooho
Ann Kilvenids, Mary Juno Eiwurds, Atnrirarot
Julia EdvarilH, Cliarleti Hurrison Edwards, and
Fmn'.is Einnm Edwards, and tho suid pclilion
prays that he suid lfachael Edwards, widow
"' the siid decedent, and tnosnid mill r ehlld
rei ud heirs at l:iw or tho oaid deoed nt mny
hi n.ado parties defendant to said pet tion,
'lathey may ha notilled of tho ponde'ev
'1 erot.f ae(ordiii!r to law, und that, en rim final
hfuiiii2 o1' raid eiiuo, iho said petitioner
Humphrey Clark ndniinlstrator of thoctuto
of the said deeedent, Henry Edwards, may ho
ordtrtd tosoll the aforcsalil described pioniisen
to pay the debts of the said decedont.accord
ln to tho stiituta In nieh taso niado md pro
vided. fho anovo named parlies will ulso tako no
tice tlmt said petition will bo for hcarin-'on
the Sllh dnvof Vnreb. ISilrt.
HL.vTi'ii i:ky clauk, idm. of
thectato of Henry Edwards, dee'd.
1!) Brutton ii Mayo his Att'y.
Feb 22,lS-4wif20
Sheriff's Sale.
STATE OE OHIO, VINTON CO;
John I' riyloy.adininhtrator In Court of
Ot Warren Lauo dee. plt'tr. I Common Pleas,
v f AtheusC'o.
Jotn C P Brown ot al,def'N.J Ohio.
pUESUANT to tho eommaod of a plurios or
1 Ucr ot mle in tho o(ovo cause m n.u i.iree-
cii from thij L'nurr. nt 1 .11 III limit I'l.iud f I' tl.n
, " - 411V
aforesaid comity ot Atiiuiirf, i will oiler at imb-
U. Mihi at tlirt A.tt.- , l 1.. . 1 .i .
iv .v, ...w ui-"i vs HIW .Ullll i'UIIMJ, (I HQ
town of Arthur, iu ufoitHuia count ? of
Vintou, on
Satin-Jay, March 3ht, 1S00,
At tho hour of one o'clock p m, of said day
the r.iliowiiifr promises siuia'.ed in the county
of Vinton and State of Ohio and bounded and
ueseribud a-, tollows .-wit :
The hoiithwit (ju.irtu of tho southwest quar
ter (t' SL'Otilltl II I'll ill. r t I f.lll. in t..n- .. l.itt
tier (11 ) eleven ol raiifro hHiiiher( 17 ) veveuteen
eii.it jiiini'or:y and seventeen one iiundiedths
(10 17-I'll' nvies nioro or Jui-s.
Ako tho west half of the northwest quartor
of fc.iion number (la) twelve in township
niimhcr(ll) eeen of rungo number (,17 suv
euiven cieeptiiiff twelve; 11) acres conveyed
out ef the said west half by the deceased in
his lil'c-iline to Jushuu V 'Jreen, coHai'ting
ri.Nty-eitiht (CS)ncris more orlcrs.
Alto, iieertaiu other tract cemmcneinfr it
the senthir.st corner of the northeast quarter
of tho noithenst quarter d' section iiumher(ll)
eleven in township niimbor (11) eleven of
tuiifio number (17) seventeen, ti ci.ee north on
the fcaion line eighty i SO) rods to tho north
east corner ol s.iid quarter, thoneo west on the
section lino forty-lho (45) rods, thenco a M.utli
ca-leily c-i..rsotc tho s jUlIi line of tu il quar
ter 11 vo (3) reds frm tho foul heast corner of
said quarter, then.'e cat Jive (5) rods to tho
place of hcuiiining comaiuin (1') twelvo
and oi.o half acie more or le.-.
TuImii us tho property of John C V Brown
tisalisty an order and decico in favor of John
1' l'lylcy ttdministru'or ol Warren La no de
ceased. Appraised as follows, to-wit : Twelvo Lim
it I fit dollars flie'U 10
Terms of Bale, cash in hand.
John j. phockey,
, , Sheriff V C 0
.'ofeph J. McDowell nt'y for pK'if. '
Eebruury ii, lSOS-fiwU-pflSJO
AUDITOR'S SALE
SCHOOL LAND
STATE OFOfUO VIN10N CO.
TMIK imdersiened, Auditor of Vinton county,
will offer for sale, at public auction, at the
door of the court hoase, in Me Arthur, on
Saturday, April 11th, 1806,
At tun Lour of oiico'dock, P. M. of laid day
lliu lolioin ueteiibed real cstnte tilimted in
ti.ecoui.y ol Viuiou.uud township of Wilkes-,
vil.c, In wa:
The weLl hull' of the northwest qn.il tor of see
tion number mi'-csu, in township number eiht
ol lui.gc number sixteen, coutuinirg eiphty
acre iu re or less. Apruied ul Five Dollars
und iV.y cunts pur uere.
ii eu.-i nail of tho northwest qnarter
ul rceUi.li nuiub;r ri.weeu, of township num
ber e:gut, ol range Diiinber sixteen, eontuining
eil.t acres more or l. Appraised at ccu
Do.'lars cr aeie.
J'.ucli i artel of laud r.;u-.t bring the appraised
valuo tl-ercu.
li.i.Ji.- on SALE, ont-twtlvth in eah, th
rcsieiue iu eleven c'iiiul iiimilul iustiillmcn'.s
witn inter. bt Irei.i loo tiny ol sulo, to be paid
uuuu.lv.
HEKKYC. MOORE.
Kar.l,-66-0w9 Auditur V.C.O,
AUDITOR'S SALE Phillip M. Shurtz's Estate.
&Tnrll!Kui i?rhtf rrivun that the pnhanriSer
IN lis been duly apt.jiuieu n qnuuficd as
I icator on tlie cU&U ul 1'billip M. t-hun, late
of said County decease t.
.Vur. j.-iW-iw'J GEORGE L. SUURTZ.
uitJiA';' iiED U CT I O N
IS
P1ICES
AT THE
CASH STORE,
DAN WILL & BRO'S.
"We are Just in Receipt
or i
LARGE AND VARIED
ASSORTMENT Of
ALL AND WINTER
TO
18 0 5 and 18 0 0
Consisting of
FOREIGN
AND
DOM EST1C
Dill GOODS,
CUOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
Hats and Gaps,
Boors & SHOES,
HEADY MADE CL0TII1XG,
AMD
ALL OTHER ARTICLES
is
FAMILY USE
ALL OF WIIICII
WERE BOUGHT
FOB
CASH,
AT 'tll
VERY LOWEST BATES
AND
They Will Positively Sell
Til AS AXT
Oilier Establishment
TS TUB
COUNTY.
DAN WILL & BRO'S.
1111
SerUmber SI, IMS. JPm I
c
tttiturf.
1 I iiiMi U Ii L 1
FURNITURE !
Horton & Hulbert,
At E. P. Bothwell's old stand, on Jligh St
McARTEDR, 0.
HAVING bought out the
IiolhweK, and brought
t of E. P.
NIW 5T0CX or
FURNITURE,
Bureaus,
Bedsteads,
Tables,
Chairs,
Settees,
Rockers,
An J every other article Iu the
FURNITURE LINE.
All of which we will
SELL CHEAPER
Than nry other establishment in the cuiin
ty. Cull and examine our work and see
lot yourfelves. AIL work srrsnted.
TAIUS HORTON,
6ep.29. '65, Cm E. A. HUl.Bk.RT.
FURNITURE!
FURNITURE !
WE cull the nttontlon of th citizens o
Vinton county, to the
NEW FIRM
OF
Wyclcoff & Kaler-a
XEW CABINET SHOP,
AT THE OI.D STAND OF
Sprasno & lVyolcofi', McArthur, O.
M'horo Oicy keep oo hand cvory varloty of fur
liituro, consisting of
Bureaus,
Bedsteads,
Chairs,
Crihs,
Safes,
Stands.
Tables,
And ovcry lldnff in the furnitiiro lino.
Which tlifj will fell clienpcr thsn llic chenp-ci-t.
CotliiiH olvrnyt on hand ond sold fwonty
flvo j or.cont 'icuper than any other estnbli ih
montln tlioPtate of 'hio. Also, window Kafh
on bnnd for talo low forcnsli. Jon. Is-Cm
MEXICO ! MEXICO!
30,000,000 LOAN
OF THE
REPUBLIC OF MEXICO.
Twenty year Coupon Ponds in Sums or.
$00. &100.i-500, and $1,000.
INTEKEST SliVEN PER CI-NT., PAYA:
1ILE in the CITY ol EV YORK..
Principle and intcrrst puy.i
lle I ii O Ii l .
810,000,000 io be Sold nt MXTY CENTS
on the DOLL A if,
in U. S., Cunciicy, thus yipfding on inter
est af twelve rEn cfnt in cold, or seven
teen n:n cent in cubrency, at the present
rate of iirciniinn on gold
The Most DES1R4BIE INVESTMENT
ever OFFERED,
Imesse Tracts of Mining and Agri
cultural Lands, Sixty Per Cent, of Pokt
Dues Iu posts, end Taxes, in the Slates of
Tauyulipas andt-AN Luis Potusi, eud the
Plighted Faith of the ssid Slates and the
General Government ere all Pledged for
the redemption of these Bonds and payment
of interest.
THE SECUIIITY IS AMPLE
630 in U,S, Currency will buy b 7 per c
Gold Bond of 650
t60 in U S. f nrienrv will buy a 7 perct.
Gold Bond of 100
$300 in U.S. Cuirenry w ill buy a 7 pcrct.
Gold Bund o! 6500
(600 in U.S. urrency will buy a7perct,
Gold Bond of S1.0UO
Leteaery loveb of Republican Instto-
tions but at least ONE BOND
Circulars lorwarded and subscription re
ived by
JOHN W. C0RL1ES &Co , and
J.N.TIFFT, Finoncinl Agent the Re
public of Mexico. 67 Brosdwsy N.Y.
Sub scriDt ions alco received by Banks and
Bankers generally throughout the United
States,
November 10th 1865-bmo
JOB PKlNTlrG executed with ncatnew and
dixpatch at the Kecosd office, Bratton's
Building, one door east of Court House, (up
stairs.) JI1E LADY'S FRIEND
Tlia best of Monthlios devoid to Fashion
and pure Lirerature. t3,5U'ear: Twoiopiea
4: Eifrbtfand onr erati) tl. wieeior tx
Wilson's Sewin? Machines given as premiums.
Bend 15 oenta for a sample copy to Diacok &
Petibsor, 319 Walnut St.. Philadelphia.
Single numbeji for cat oy iji? news wrwi
Sttoinij liltttjjints.
GUEA1 lllPROYEMEMS
- IN
Liiipirc liiilllc iTIiicliiiie.
Salesroom 636 Broadvay JV. Y, 250
Washington Hi. Boston. 921 Chatnut St.,
Philadelphia.
IlllU MACHINE, IsconRtrncled on tnllroly
now principles of nicchanUm, pocssiug
n.any rnro tnd valuablo iniprovoments, having
occn examined by tho most pioluund cxpoitu,
nml pronounncd lo bo
blMl'LIUM Y AND PERFECTION
COMBINED.
It has a straight needle, poipendicular action
makes the "Lock or Shuttle Stich,' which will
Neither Kip nor IUvxl, and i aliko on both
rides; performs perl'ee. i-cwjjng on ovorjdcsirip
tion or inuteril,f'nini Lrafiierto the finostNtm
sook Miuiino, with cotton, linen or silk thread,
from the conmort to the finest number.
liuving noithor Cam nor Coo Wheel, and iho
least rohkible friction, It runs i smoob as
glme, nnd H emphatically a
T. NOISELESS MACHINE!
I' requires h iftt ieh cent, less power to
drive it then any othur machino in tho marko',
a (rirl jloven ycurs of afro can work itstoadliy,
without (ntimio or iniurv to health.
Iib ptrcnjtth and wondlufdl siuPLiciTTof
construction, renders it almost imposMMo tc
Koi out of order, and i cuaiihasted by the
comrany to give ontiro satisfnctioi..
We respectfully invito all tluwo who mny do
uroto supply themcclvos aithn superior irti
clo to come ond cxamlno tlds iniiivallld II u
cliino. Ono half hours instruction is snfllclont, to
ennblo any peri-on to work this machino to
thtircmiro nuii-l'in'iii n.
Htl,IO10l' nilli C'llAIIITAELI INSTITUTIONS Will
bo lihnrallv dealt with
Aoenth Wanted for all towns In the United
States where Agonts are not Hlreadj established
also, for Cu'ja. Mexico, Central and Pouth
America, to whom a liberal discount will be
given.
No conslcnnionts made at all. Address
Empire Sewing Machine Mi'c:
Company,
a.ac. JlliOADW AY N, Y;
Principlo Acencios Kstahlishi-d: riitshurg;
Ernest Astnolm Hnltimoro, Thos." Pbanks.
Wheeling, W. Va. W. I): SuwUoll Bro. Cin
cinnati, O. Mathisr ik Wilson
November 80th Isiin lyr
THE
Jf
IfACHNR
I From the New York Ilorild
Prominent among the mechanical tri
umphs of this most Ingenious age, com
mon honesty compels us to notice the Em
pire Sewing Machine, tomitieinled as just
ly styled pcileclioii itself. Useful as have
been the various sewing machines, from
time to timo presented to the public, each
one 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
fliacnine nas produced an instrument, com
bining all Ihe advantages for which others
are vaunted, and obviating every delect
which can be a I Intuited to them by the
most fastidious critic.
The Einpir Mocnhie iso marvellous com
bination of simplicity, economy ond perfect
workmanship, being durable, free froina li
hility to get out of order, noiseless, anil en
sy of oM-rution. lis mechanical contii
vanre is such as to secure stability, free
doin fiom accident, and accuracy as to
workmanship By the life of the patented
shuttle ami straight needle if makes a
stitch, which can neither rip i;ot rovel
while, at the same time, il can operate
perfectly upon every species of tn.ueilul
from leather to cambric, with Unpads of
cotton, linen or silk, fiom the finest to the
coarsest number.
As the Empire Machine is gradually
Uipplanting its more, antique rivals, no
one in want of a more useful ieslrtimcnl
of this description, be he or the tailor,
coachmaker. dressmaker or sea ins. tress, can
dn otherwise than tecuie of these econom
ical and inimitable machines', suited alike
for family and manufacturing purposes.
The office ol the Empire- .MuiiufaciuriiiK
Co. is at No. D36 Broadway, New York
City, where they are now supplying these
Einpiie Machines at prices Jar below thk
lealvoluo of the instruments. NewYor
Herald.
November 30 1865-1 v
Grovesteen & Co.,
PIANO FORTE
Al AN U FACT LIKE Ktf,
499 llro.iriway, New York.
The attention of the Public and the trade
is invited tu our Ne Scale 7 OCTAVE
ROSE WOOD PIANO FORTES, which
for volume and puritv of tone arc uniivnll
ed. by any hitherto fToewd in this mark-t.
They contain all the modern improvements
French, Grand Action, Harp Pedal, Iron
Frame overstrung Bass etc. ande.ich instru
nient being made the rersonal supervision
of Mr. J. II. Groveteen who has has a
practical experience of over 31 years in their
manufacture is fully warranted in every par
ticular.
Tbo ''GroTcstecn Piano Fortes" ro-
ceived tbo award of merit over all
others at tbo celebrated Worlds
Fair,
Where were exhibited instruments fram
the best makers of London. Paris. Germany
Philadelphia. Bultimore. Boston and New
York: and also at the American Institute
for five successive years, the gold and silver
medals from both of which can be seen at
our ware-room,
By the interoduction of improvements we
make a still more perlect Piano Forte, and
by manufacturing largely, with a strirfly
cash system, are enabled io offer these in
struments at a price which will preclude all
competition.
Price-No. l.Seveir Octave, round corners
Koewood plain case $275.
No. 2, Seven Octave, round corner,
Rosewood heavy niouldln? $Z
No, 3, Seven Octave round corners
Kosevood Louis XIV style 325
Term: Nri Cnsh In Ciirren Eunds,
DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS SENT
FREE.
Dec. 7ih 1865-lyr a, c, ,
HOWARD ASOCIATION1
PHILADELPHIA FA.
DISEASES OF THE URINARY AND
SEXUAL SYSTEMS new and relia
ble treatment. Also Ihe BRIDAL CHAM
BER, an Essay of Warning and Instruction
Sent by mail in sealed envelopes, free of
charge Address. Dr. J, SKI L LIN
HOUGHTON. Howard Association, No.
2 South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Ocl. ISth 1865 lyr.
mm.
li E L AL Ii O LIPS-"
EXTRACT BUCHU
HELMB OLD'S BUCHU.
HELM (-.OLD'S BDCHU.
II ELM B OLD'S BUCHU.
Tivc Only Known Remedy
-FOR
DIABETES,
IRRITAT'ON OF THE NECK 'OF TUB
BLADDER, INFLAMMATION OF
THE KIDNEYS. CATARRH OF
THE BLADDER. STKAN
GUARY OR PAINFUL
URINATING.
FOR thoso difooses It la trnly s novorclirn rsm
cdy.sndtoo much can not be said In Its
cruise. A single doso has boon known to re
novo the mos urprent eyrutoms.
Are you troubled with that distressing pain in
'.ho small of the buck and tlirongh tlio this I A
touspoonful a day of llalmbold's Buohu will re
lievo you.
PHYSICIANS AND OTHERS
PLEASE NOTICE.
I mako no secret cf ingrodlen's. Ilelmbold's
Extract Buolm is oompofod of 13uebti Cubebs,
und Juniper Horries, selected with great care,
propared In vacuo aid according to rules of
PU AKMACY AND CHEMISTRY
Thee Ingredient, are known as the Most Tsl-
vahin Diurotics 'uffurdod
A DIURETIC
Ii that which acts upon the kidnoyi
IiELIIBCD'S EXTRACT BCCHH
ACTS GENTLY,
Is pleawnt In tasto and odor, froo from'sll Inja
riotis properties, ond immediate In its action.
FOB THE SATISFACTION 01" ILL,
Seo Medii-nl prnpertios contalnod In Dixponsu
toty of tho V. 8., of whlob the following is cor-
'- L-Oll II I la lAtr la ilrn.n :iT.,,l., ...I
somewhat sromatio, its tasta bitterishand anal
igou t) that of mint. It Is jjlven, choifly in
complaints of the Uriuary Orgsns, such as
Grtvel, Chronio Catorrh of the bhddor and
wroinrs; uiaoasosor the prostrato: and Kotoiw
tion or he Incontinence of Urine, from a loss
of tone in the purts concerned in itsevocnatlon.
It ha ulso been recommended In l)yspopi.
(.'hroiiic Khcnmatiam, t'uUnou affections, and
UrojKy."
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
Pco rrofo.ior Dowees' valuable work on the
pi notice of pbywo.
feu the lonmrks made by the eolebratod Dr.
P)iyio,of I'lilladelj liia.
Koo ary ond al 1 standard works on Medicine,
JBOM TBI
LARGEST
MANUFACTURING CIIEM18T
Trie world:
I om acquainted with II. T. Helmbold ; he
occupied tho driiirntoro opposite my residence,
and wuHMK-oe.-i'rul In conducting the bunineii
whuro others hud not been equally so before
biin. 1 huvo boon favorably impressod with bis
charaoter and enterprise.
W'u. Weioiitmak,
(Firm of Powers A Woightmsn,)
Wunufncturing ChomWts,
Niuth and Brown St., I'bils.
From tho riiila. Evcn'g Bullotin, Morch 10th. J
Wo aro urutiflodto hear of the continued suiv
oo.8 in Now York, of our townsman, Mr. H. T.
llelnibnld,Diuggints. His storo, next to the
Metropolitan lintel, Is 23 feet front, 280 feet
docp. and flvo stories in height. It is certaiuly
a grimd establishment, and rpcakx favorably of
the mol lis of hi articles. He roturns hisoiBce
and laboratory to this city, which re also modol
cstHblishmonts of heir cla.
The propriotor hai bc-.n Induced to msko this
Htatemeut from the fact that his remedies, al
though advertised, are
GENUINE PREPARATIONS
Atd knowing that the intelligent refrain
from nxing anything pertaining to qnackery or
tbo rutont Medicine order vamt of which are
pri-purM by fcll'-Ftjlcd Doctor. who are to e
noraut to re id a physician's simplest prescrip
tion, mnch less compotcnt to propaia pLrm
cculiul preparations,
THESE PARTIES RESORT
to various means of effecting sails, sueb as cap. -ying
parts of advertisement of popular rem
edies, and finish'ng with certificates.
Thi Science of Medicine stands . lmple,puro,
and majestic, having fact for its basis, induction
for its pillar, truth alone for ita capital.
A WORLD OF CAUTION.
ndth is most Important, and the afflicts"
should not use an advertised medicine, or uy
remedy, unites its content or ingredients tr
known to others beside the manufacturer, or
iintil-lhcy are nalisfied of tho qualifications of
the party so offering.
HELMBOLD'S
GENUINE PREPARATIONS
FLOID EXTRACT BUBHU,
FLUID EXTRACT SARfciPjiRILLA
AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH,
Establshed upwards of 16 years.
Prepared by H.T. HELMBOLD.
PRINCIPLE DEPOT.
HELM BOLL'S DRUG AND CHEMICAL
WAREHOUSE. 694 Broadway. N.Y
Anl HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT
104 South Tenth St. Philadelphia Pa.
SOLD BYaIL DRUGGISTS.
Nvembei 1, 16JMy-

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