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.OF THE CONDITION OF TUB
limn;
HiUi
COMPANY,
NEW YORK,
O P
On the lit day of January lSOC, made to
the Auditor of Ohio, pursuant to the
Statute of mat Mate.
NAMK AND LOCATTON.
TDK name ot this company ia tin Nome In
surance Company, incorporated iu 'lSj3.
I. CAPITAL.
The capital of said company actually
paid up in caub ia $.',000,000 00
1 ua aurpiua ua mo IS. lay 01 aD.
136 1,444,927 99
Total amt of capifsl and surplus, 8,444,927 SO
U. Atnrt,
Cash I J Continental Bank N. V. $ 50,741 40
vou iu nanus or aguj ana in Cuius
tranimilon 173,610 51
L.B.reg and toup. stock ISSlniar-
let value 195.4S0 0O
U. Jj. Bonds. 5-30 mtliret vnlna M i.i JM on
Mo. Hate bonds 8 prct market val. - 15,tt00
V. C.
a
8,000 00
Tenn - "
Wia. "
111. "
U. I. '
(Jul. "
18,000.10
it
ii
ii
xi.iiou uo
1!) 2i'0 00
46.000 CO
6
7
61,600 00
Connecticut atate bonds " "
N. V.city can. pk " " '
Queons county
Richmond co. " u.
Brooklyn water " '
Barkstccka
Louna on bonda and mortgages, bo
85,000 00
85,775 00
2.'.,t00 00
23,750 00
9,400 00
113,000 00
ms uin hod oi rocora on unin
cumbered real estate, worth at
lcaat 12,496,800, rate of intercut
6 and 7 per cent 1,196,392 50
Loan on stocks an J bonda payable
on demand the m irkot vulu e of
accunuea pledged at least, f 184,-
Stoamer Magnet and wrockiBff ap
paratus r
Duo for premiums on pollclea issued
at office (firo Inland and marino)
Bills receivable lor Fremiumaon
97,302 08
83,4S3 94
43,141 88
Inland navigation riska &a 43,153 45
Ut.ier property miscilluneoos items 13,o05 18
Uovernment stamps no 00
Int. due on 1st January, 1S66 27,431 16
Total Assots of the company $3,593 .654 1 1
- ,. IU LIABILITIES.
Losses adjusted, due and unpaid Hone
" mcurrea sua lu process of
adjustment
Lossos reported and on which no
action baa been taken
Claims for losses resisted by Co
Dividends declared ard due and
unpaid
Dividends eitbor cash or scrip, de
clared but not yet dun
Money borrowed
152,940 24
800 00
Kcne
None
None
175 wLffcli 8' m'unt insured on any one risk
I X: rhTlU as. general rule exceed
tnin Dt alL,Wed 10 bo in0i 1" y City
ntar i 89 I b)0ki boinff governed in this
ff taHdlnJ!5,iS!!e,b' character
of buildings, width of streets lacilirios lor put-
tlntr out fir os. .rn. a
certified copy rf the
charter or aot of incorporation, as amended,
accompanied previous statamait menueu.
previous statement.
Etatiof Kiw Tobk, I
City and Count nt K 1
n"' . J Martin. Preldent. and John Mc-
:u rZ.iJL . ' ""ru.aopose and say i
f"bFlt "J"- the forefroini
ih- 'irij", """'"atementof tho affairs of
.tadSSS. S?.d..b , are the
...VVM v aaa wi o iiiureoi.
Charles J . Martin, Pros.
ml, rrV, Tuoa- F- Goodbicii, '
IStamp.j seal. Notary 1-ublio,
Ornoior td Acditob or State, i
0t th. ' .lhe. fpregin i correct copy
?n-' Bt?,t,ment f condition of the Home ln-
5?H? v0m.r?'"iyilofNew YorIt. made to and
filed In this office, for tho year I860.
Witness mv hand .,1
fScal 1 , v"'"7-
SUnip.J
Jab. H. Guduax.
Auditor of IStato.
fT?ert,fi5at0 of Authority.
ITo expire on the 81st day of January, 1367.1
OwwBoiTai Aoditob orSrATK.l
INSBBANCE DEPARTMENT, 1
ZlVT'lS Tht UuTe J'wwnce Company,
l Si'itM Y!' ln th8 Stat0 of New York
has filed in this office a sworn statement of its
rendition; as requirdd by the first section of the
act lo regulate insurai.ee companies n t incor-
th6 8ti9 ,of OWo.'VMed April 8,
isofi, and amended February 9, 1864: and
"!. comPany hasffurnished the nn
flFf fatl8ff'ory evidence hat it is pos
sessed of atleastOne hnndrcd dollars of actual'
v.F1w luveswa in stocks, bends, or in mort
gages of Teal estate, worth double the amount
lUB m ' mortgsged; and wheroas,
sa.d company has filed in the office a written
instrument under its corporate seal signed by
the President and Secretary thereof, authoriz
ing any agent or agents of said company to ac
knowledge servico of process for and in behalf
low Cornpny acordirjg to the terms of said
lUnntV"' '".Pfrananco of the flnt scc
irdir r.eta;d a,c.V.I Jame8 Rodman,
wMCt.6late,for0lliodo heby certify
Vni d D.?B! 1?"'ce Company of Kew
F .''M.h.-ri2ed 10 At business of
the thirIJ'lf In8;rtt,nc8 i this State nntil
the thirtr-first day of January in theysar one
thousonof eight hundred and sixty-seven.
Jn witness whereof I have horounto subscribed
E7.Sf5 ""J cused the seal of my office to
be affixed the day nod year above written.
S?8ml JAS. II, GoDSIAN,
IMamp.l Auditnt nf Rc
WILLIA9I B. DAVIS. An
fubl5-3w
McArtliur, Oliio.
in
of
of
for
(Put Money in thy Purse."
ROAD TO WEALTH.
7) OOfi A,tlve and rcljable agents, male or
JlVJJ female, and of all ages, are ranted
to canvass every city, own, village, hamlet
ZP'S W throughout gthi enUro
world, tor the sale of our
Watches, Jneelry, Hiker- Ware, Musical boxes
Albums and Other Artiden.
Energetie persons cf good habits and fair bus
iness tact can clear over $25 per week in the
.oa"ni:srn011 larg0r am0DDl ln lhick1'
Capital Required!
Pamplei of our articles, to the amount of 3
will be sent by mail for inspection, and If not
r,lol7 sansiaciory no charge. Sondyourad
dreiw, ifou aro of an industrious turn of mind
and in quest of immediate wealth. Direct to
fof8-8m
aaamauji & uu., importers,
203 Broadway, M.Y.
.
do
ou
18G6 THE LADY'S yE,END-
Tha best of tha monthliea devoted to Liter
ature and Fashion. $2,E0 year. Wo givo
Wheeler Wilson's celebrated 55 Sewing
Machines on the following'terms:
Twenty copies and the sewing machino 70
Thirty fc5
Forty " " i qo
Bend 15 ctsfor a sample cop7 to Dzacox At
TxTiBtox, 317 Walnut at.. I'h ladolnhia. 4
11
of
li
tiih
one
)ipl Jlotitcs.
Legal A o I ice.
State of Oh io, Vinton Co. "
Ix PltODATK COIHT
Humphrey Clark administrator
of the eittato of Henry Ed
wards deceased, j laintiff.
vs
Rachel Edwards, widow of the
auid Henry Edwards deceased
and Murdecia Edward,Jamos I retilion
Mewari hd wards, rnche Ann to
hd wards, Mary Jane Edwards j Sell land.
murgiirei jane cuwaras,
Francis Emma Edwards and
Charles Harrison Edwards
minor children and heirs at
Uw of said Henry Edwards
doceuscd, defendants
'Pile above named minor rlnrunnnta i
I to-wit: Jlordeeai Edwards. James Stewart
r.uwarus, i nocne Ann .awards, Mnrvjane
r.uwarus. una ninraarct Jans K,in,o..iu .:n
hereby take notico, that a petition i" tho
above cause was filed, on the 20th day of Fob-
sit I. A 1 1 Ollll ! ll II I
x. 13U-J, m m riooute court in and
HI
io county of Vinton and Stato of tih! k.
Humphrey Clark, he administrator, duly an-
tW.int.l.l . nit n..ltan.l IL. - . ' - .t
....... vv ,.u .iii.iinuu, in mo estate oi iionry
Ldwards.late rf said Vinton
ceased, asking for tho site of real estate io'dov
. ... uu. vi .ug oam ucv jelll, I nSl SftlU pO-
tition jet out in snbstanco b following f cts
to-wit: That the portonal estate of the saiddo-ccdi-nt
was entiroly inadequate to pay the
valid claims against said estatn. ami t fTo ,,.
h. iiiht. nf M. .. J I J . n. . ..'
oi a(iminisirnuon; mat tne said decedent at the
time of his death was seized in fee simple of the
luiiuniuu uwiiotu reuicsiaio to-wit!
The liiortbeast onartcr of the snnthftAaf nni.
ter oi seciion number four (4) of township
mimbornine ( 9) and rantra numhn
(IS) in the district of land subject to sale at
Chillicotho Ohio; contsinine tbirtv-fiva rsM
lit... ntt.l .tvtcA..A.. AT 1.ut.- x '
v.o Hi.u ....j-NTiiiiyvriuui an acre.
Also, the northwest of tho southwest onar
..v..u. .,... KJ) 0J lownship
nunibor nine (V) of raneo nnmbar lffhtAi.
containiiig thirty-seven acrca more or less :
mat t lie said docedent lolt a widow, still livinir
to wit: Kachncl Edwards (who 1
entitlod to dowor in said promises) and also
the following named minor children and heirs
at'lawofthe said deceased, to-wit: Mnr.WI.
Kdwards, James Stowart Edwards, l'hoobo
Ann Edwards. MarvJnno Kdwnr.U xurn...i
unno i.u.uru.i, vimriuB narrtson td wards, and
Krancis hmma Edwards, and tho said cotition
prays that rho said Korbnol Edwardn.
of thosnid deccdoiit, and the said minor child
rot and heirs at law of tho said dooodont may
bj ir.tulo parties dofendant to said notitinn
tha thoy may be notiHoJ of tha un.J
thereof according to law, and that, ou tU final
iiourinu o sai'j cause, tne said
petitioner
tha Afltntn
Humphrey Clark administrator nf
or mo said decedent,
wwsuii Aiuitrv Auwirnfl. tnnv ha
1 1 ,. T- i . .
ordered to sell tho aforesaid described premises
to pay tho dobts of the said decedent, accord
in? to tho statute iu euoh case mads nt r.n.
vided. r
Tho arivve named nartloa will iu ini
iico inai said pennon will C6 for hcarins on
lltt O.ltV. -1 n ft . f U .0 9
...v .vi uj u' 'ri ii, lono.
HUMI'HKEY CLARK, Adrrf. of
theentate of Honry Edwards, doo'd.
By Bratton & Mayo his Att'y,
Fob 22,lS60-4wpl'2O '
EXECUTOR'S SALE
-or
Real Estate.
STATE OF OHIO, VINTON CO.
7i Prolate Court:
John Collins, Exccntor of thai
last will of Levi Collins, da-1 Petition
ceased, Plaintiff, I to
vs I Soil Land.
Susan Collins, et al. Darts, j
1) LKSU ANT loan ordor of Bale made in the
above case on tho 8th day of February IS1J6
granted by the said Probate 6'ourt within end
lor the said county of Viaton, I will offer for
sslo as Buch executor oh atoresaid to the,, high
est bi.ldor at publio auction, oa
Saturday, March 17th. 1SG6,
between tho hours of ten o'cluck A.M. and fonr
o'clock P. M., upon the promises situated in said
viKiuu.v.u?iuy, uiuo, tne loilowing described
real estato, to-wit :
Tho northeast quarter of tho northeast quar
ter, of section numbor twenty-four (24), in
township numbor nino (9). of raniro number
ninoteou (19) ; except sixteen (16) acres out of
uio Bouuiwesi comer or said lot, conveyed to
uvu.ua r uiujf
Also, tho southeast anarter nfH. .nnilinnoi.
quarter of secion number thirteen (181. in
township nunibor nine (9), of range number
And also, the northwest onarF ntty nnrth.
west quarter of section numbe nineteen (19),
township numbor ninn Mil nf r.a
cightoon (18), containing in all oneknudred
and twel vo ( 1 12) acres more or less.
Tho aforesaid real estate appraised at tho sum
JSine hundred dollars ami will ha unlH
all encumbrances.
TEKMS OF SALE, cash In hand. '
JOHN COLLIN8, Executor of
Levi Ccllins, deceased.
Bratton & Mayo, Att'ys for petitioner,
leb'y 15-8wpn210
SALE OF REAL ESTATE
BY
Order of Probate Court.
STATE CF OHIO, VINTON CO.
IN PROBATE COURT.
James Dangherty, administrator )
of
mo seiuu) oi tionn uaugiH I ietition
orty doceased
piainull, y
defendant,
to
Sell land.
vs
Roger Dangherty,
PURSUANT o an ordor of sale made in the
above cause on ths 8th ds nf Mmv.i, -a
granted by the said Frobate Court within and
the said county of Vinton, I will offbr for
sote as such administrator as aforesaid to the
highest bidder at public auction, on-
Saturday, 'April 14th, 18GG,
Atone o'clock in the afternoon, on the premi
ses in Wilkcsville township, the following
described real estate as the property of John
Uaugherty, deceased, situated in the county of
Viiiion and State of Ohio, to-wit :
Tha .west half of the southwest qna-tor of
TO"U iiuiuwir iaj uve, lownsiiip number 181
,..,.... uuuiucr iioi sixteen, cou
talning s venty-four i74 acres.
Appraised at Five hundred and uinety-two
in .-.la Oft -.uc.jr wu
Said lands to be sold free and nnineumbcr
eoUnd upon terms as follows :
One-third cash in hand, one-third io six
months, and tho remaining one-third in twelve
months, with interost from the day of sale
Deferred payments to be seevrcd by morteaire
tho premises. 6
JAMES DAUGnERTY, adm'r
of est. of John DaDghorty,deo'd.
Bratton Mayo, atty's for petitirner.
March 8, lS06-10w4.
Pliillip M.Shurtz's Estate.
fVTOTIC'E is hereby given that the subscriber
has been duly appointed and qualified as
fxecotor on the estate of Phillip M. ShurU, late
said County deceased.
Mar. 1,-66-89 GEORGE L. 8HURTZ.
TOTICE Any
person obtaining ten sub-
scribers, and pendinir ns the monrv. in
dollars, shall receivs tht Vwtoh Ricobd
year gratis.
G K E A T liE DUCT 1 02$
FBSI-C E2
AT THE
ORIGINAL
CASH STORE,
OF
DAN WILL & BRO'S.
We are Just in Receipt
OF A
LAI2GE VARIED
ASSORTMENT OF
FALL AND WINTER
TOR
1 8 C 5 and 1 8 0 G
Consisting of
FOREIGN
DOM EST 10
DRY GOODS,
CI10ICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
Hats and Caps,
BOOIS & SHOES,
HEADY ZIADE CL0THIXO,
AND
ALL OTHER ARTICLES
is
FAMILY USE
ALL OF WHICH"
WERE BOUGHT
tor
CASH
AT TI1S
VERT LOWEST RATES
AXD
They "Will Positively Sell
THAN ANY
Other Establishment
IX THE
COUNTY.
DAN WILL BRO'S.
September 21, 1863. ' -50m.
VUIINIT.UAE!
FURIVITURfc!
Horton & Hulbert,
At E. P, Bothwell's old stand, on High St
McARTHUR, O.
UTA VINO bought out the
t of E. P.
AX Bothwcli, and brought
NEW JTOCK OF
FURNITURE,
if. ( I
Bureaus,
Bedsteads,
Tables,
Chairs,
Settees,
liockers,
And every other article lu the
FURNITURE LINE.
All of which we will
SELL CHEAPER
Than any other establishment in the coun
ty, call and examine our work and see
foi yourselves. All work warranted.
i Atilo HUKTUN,
6ep. 28. '65, 6m E. A. HULBERT.
FURNITURE I
FURNITURE !
"TE call the attention of the cttlzeni o
T I Vinton county, to tho
NEW FIRM
OF
Wyckoff & Kaler's
NEW CABINET SHOP,
AT THE OLD STAND OF
Sprngiie Wyckoff, McArtliur, O.
Whore fhey keep on hand every varloty of fur
niture, couaiatiug of
Bureaus,
Bedsteads,
Cliairs,
Cribs,
Safes,",
Stands.
iTalles
And every thing in the furniture line.
Whioh they will sell cheaper than the cheap.
obi. towns aiwayi on nana antrsoia twenty
fivo por cent oheuper than any other establiih
monl in the Slate of Ohio. Also, window Bash
on band for sale low for cash. Jan. IS-Gra
oans.
MEXICO! MEXICO !
30,000,000 LOAN
OF THE
REPUBLIC OF MEXICO.
Twenty-year Coupom Bonds in Sums op.
$30, $100, t500, and $1,000.
INTEREST SSV LN PERCENT., PA VA
11 LE in the CITY of fiEW YORK.
Principle and interest pa) a
hlc I it COLD.
810,000,000 io be Sold nt SIXTY CENTS
on the DOLLAR,
in U. S., Curiency, thus yielding an iater
est af TWELVE PER- CENT IN GOLD, Or SEVEN'
teen per cent in currency, at the present
rate oi premium on gold.
The Most DESIRtBLE INVESTMENT
ever OFFERED,
Imense Tracts of Mining anr Agri
cultural Lands; Sixty Per Cent, of Port
Dues Imposts, and Iaxes, in tho States of
Tamyulipas and San Luis Potosi, and the
Flighted Faith of the said Slates and the
General Goveoment are all Pledged for
the redemp tiou of these Bonds and payment
oi inicresi.
THE SECURITY IS AMPLE
$30 inU,S, Currency will buy a 7 per c
Gold Bond of 50
t60 in U S. Curiency will buy a 7 per ct,
Gold Bond of 100
$300 in U.S. Currency will buy a 7perct,
Gold Bond of $500
$600 inU.S. urrency will buy a7 rerct,
uoid uondol Sii.OLiO
Let eveby loveb of Republican Insttu
TIOHS BUT AT LEAST ONE BOND
Circulars forwarded and subscription ie
ived by
JOHN W. CORL1ES &Co . and
J.N.TIFFT, Financial Agent the Re
public or Mexico, 67 Broadway N.Y.
Subscriptions also received by Banks and
Bankers generally throughout the United
States,
November 16th 1865-6mo
JOB PKINTO exeonted wilhnoatness and
dispatch at (he Kecobd cilice, Bratton's
Building, one door east of Court llouso, (up
stairs.) IlZ LADY'S FRIEND
The best of Monthlies dovofed to Fashion
and pure Literature. (2,50 a year: Two copies
4: Light (and one gratis) (16. Wheclor &
Wilson's Sewing Machines given as premiums.
Rend IScents for sample copy to Diaoow &
PrrEBsoit, 319 Walnut St., Philadelphia.
Bisgie numbertfor sale by tha Kews Dealers
Stfoiwj gltttjlnts.
GREAT IMPROVEMENTS
IN
sewing machines
L hi pi re Shuttle jlacliiiic.
Salesroom, 636 Broadway N. Y. 250
Washington St. Boston. 921 Chestnut St.,
Fhiladtphia.
1 il 18 MACHINE, Isconatrucled on entirely
. new principles of mcchanUm, possessing
umny rare sna vaiuaoia improvements, Having
ueen examinea oy tne most proiound expeits
and prononnned to be
SIMrLIOlT Y AND PERFECTION
COMBINED.
It has a straight needle.
. porpendicular action
tie Stich,' which will
makes the "Lock or Shutt!
Neither Kip nor Kavil, and is alike on both
sides; performs period sewing on every dest rip
tion of mHtorial,from Leather to the finest Nan
book aiusliiio, with eotton, linen or silk thread,
from the coarsest to the finest number,
llavlni neither Cam nor Coo Wuizl. and tha
loast possible friction, it runs ai smooth as
glass, and ia emphatically a
. NOISELESS MACHINE
I' requires t iftt per cunt, less powm Io
drive it then any othor machine in the markor,
a girl eloven years of ago can work it steadliy,
wiinuiH miieue or injury io neann.
lis slrenirtb and wonderpul simplicity of
construction, renders it almost impossiblo to
get out or ordor, ana is ocarbantio by tho
company to glvo entire satisfaction.
We respectfully invito all those who may de
sire to supply themselves teith a superior arti
cle to conio and ezamino this uNnivAt.T.kn
chine.
One half hours Instruction is anfficlont. tn
enable any person to work this maohine to
thtirentiro satisfaction.
Kutioious and CiiAniTAnn nisTiTOTio.Ns will
bo liberally doaltwith
Agents Wanted fur all tnvni In (io TTnltn
Statos whore Agents ore not alroady established
Also, for Cuba. Mexico, Central and Bonth
Amerioa, to whom a liberal discount will be
given.
Ho consignments made at all. Address
Empire Sewing Machine ili'g
Company,
A. ao. BROADWAY N, T;
rrinclnla Affcncics Established: PiHuhnrc!
Ernest Astnolm Baltimore. Thos.! !3hanks.
Whcelinir, W. Va. W. h: Pawkoll u Ero. Cin.
cinnatl, U. Mather & Wilson
Kovembor 80th IS68 lyr
THE
1
irrom tse iow iorK ilerAld.J
Prominent among the mechanical tri-
umphs of this most ingenious ago, com
mon honesty compels us to notico the Em-
tire bewmg Machine, commended as just
y styled peilection itself. Useful ds have
been the various 6ewing machines, from
time to time presented to the public, each
one of them has been cursed with some
radical defect, which detracts from general
utility. Warned by the experience of his
predecessors, the inventor ot tho 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 bv the
most fastidious critic.
The Empire Macnine is a marvellous
bination of simplicity. economv and ncrfect
workmanship, being durable, free froma li
bility to get out of order, noisolesi, and ea
sy of operation. Its mechanical contit
vance is sucti as to secure Btabi itv. freo
dom from accident, and accuracy aa to
workmanship. By the u?o of the patented
shuttle and straight needle, it makes a
stitch, which can neither rip nor ravel
while, at the same time, it can operate
perfectly upon every species of material
from leather to cambric, with threads of
cotton, linen or silk, fiom the finest to the
coarsest number.
As the Empire Machine is gradually
supplanting its more antique rivals, no
ono in want of a more usclul iestrumcnt
of this description, be he or she tailor,
coachmaker, dressmaker or seamstress, can
dn otherwise than secure of these econom
ical and inimitable machines, suited alike
for family and manufacturing purposes.-
The office ol the Empire Manufacturing
Co. is at No. 536 Broadway, Kew York
city, wnere tney are now supplying these
Empire Machines at prices lar below thk
real value ot the instruments. New Yor
Herald.
November 30 l8f!5-lv
Grovesteen & Co..
PIANO FORTE
M AN U FA OTUKE K 6',
iyy jsroaciiray, New York.
The attention of the Public and the trade
is invited to our Ne Scale 7 OCTAVE
KOSE WOOD PIANO FORTES, which
lor volume and purity of tone aro un rival I
ed. by any hitherto flbered in this market.
They contain all the modern improvements
rrencn, urana action, Harp Tedal, Iron
Frame overstrung Bass etc. and each instru
ment being made the personal auriervision
of Mr. J. H. GnovESTEEN who has has a
practical experience of over 3S years in their
manufacture is tuny warranted m everv nnr
ticular.
Tho 'Grovesteen Piano Fortes" re
ceived tho award of merit over all
others at the celebrated Worlds
Fair,
Where were exhibited instruments fram
the best makers of London, Paris. Germany
Philadelphia. Baltimore. Boston and New
York: and also at the American Instutute
for Are successive ye .t, the gold and silver
medals from botb ,i which can be seen at
our ware-room
By the inL.oductionof improvements we
make a still more perfect Piano Forte; and
by manufacturing largely, with a stricly
cash system, are enabled to'offcr these in
struments at a price which will preclude all
uiMiipruuuu.
Pbice-No. 1, Seven Octave, round corners
Kosewood plain case 8275.
No. 3, Seven Octave, round corner,
Rosewood heavy 'moulding" $300
No. 3, Seven Octave round corners
Rosewood Louis XIV stvle 325-
Terras: Net Cnsh In Currcii Funds.
DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS SENT
FREE.
Dec.7ih 1865-lyr 4 A,c,
HOWARD ASOCIATION'
PHILADELPHIA PA.
DISEASES OF THE URINARY AND
SEXUilLSYSTEMS-new.n.1 relia
ble treatment. Also the ARID AT. OH AM.
BER, an Essay of Wei ning end Instruction
Sent bv mail in sealed envelones. frw of
charge. Address, Dr. J, - 8 K I L L I N
HOUGHTON, Howard Association, No.
3 South Ninth street, Philadelphia, pa.
ra la.L inn . ' , I
JBtbical.
HELMBOLp'S
EXTRACT BUCHU
IIELMB OLD'S BUCHU.
HELM HOLD'S B.UCHU.
HELMB OLD'S BUCHU.
Tlin Anlv ITtiAvn PnniA.l.i
AllU-VllJ iiuuiiu CluvUJ
FOR'
DIABETES.
IRRITATION OF THE NECK.'OF THE
VltrXUUCK., KM1 LAW ill A 111 IN OF
THE KIDNEYS, CATARRH OF
THE BLADDER, STKAN
GUARY OR PAINFUL'
URINATING.
I70R these diseases It is truly sovereign rsrri
. cdy, and too much can not be said In ltd
prniBo. A single dose has been known to re
liove the roos' urgent symtoms.
Aro yon troubled with that dlstresslnir pain In
theamall of tho back andthrontrh tha hin.l a
toaspoonful a dny of llolmbold'a JBnoho will re
lieve you.
PHYSICIANS AND OTHERS
. PLEASE NOTICE.
I make no socret ef imrredlonta. TTMn.hAi.it.
Extract Lnchn is composed of Uuohu Cubebe,
and Junlpor;Borries,solootod with great care,
propared in vacuo and according to rules of
PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY
These Ingredient
nable Diuretics anbrde'd
ADIUriETIC
Ia that which acts upon tha kidneys ,
HEHBCD'J. EXTRACT BUCllU
ACTS GENTLY,
Is ploasnnt In tasto and odor, free from all Injn
rious properties, and Immediate in its action.
F03 TDK 6 ATI6 FACTION OF ALL,
Boo Medical properties contained In Disronsa
toiyofthe U. S., of which tho following iaacor
rect ccy :
"liOOHU. It8 Odor la HirnniT iTKTnalira in4
somewhat aromatic, its tantd MttoriBh and anal
ogous tj that oT mint. It la iriven. chffllfl-In
complalnM'of the Uriuarv Oreans. such as
Uravol, C'hronio Cntarrh of tho bluddor and
Urothra; Diseasosof tho prostrate: and Reten
tion or (tie Incontinenca of ITrlnn. from a lnsk
of tone in the parts concerned In itsevocnation.
It has also been recommended in Dyspepxia,
Chronic Kheuinatism, Cutaneus affeotions, and
'OR FURTHER INFORMATION
Foe Trofossor Dewocs' valnab'.e work on the
practice of physio.
See tho remarks made by the celobratod Dr.
Physio, of Philadelphia.
uu miBiauaara wotks on JHedicine,
ibou t.-tbJ
LARGEST
MANUFACTUEINQ 'CHEMIST
13, TUB WORiD.
I am apnuftfntArl mUh tt. p tti,vu .' i.
occupied tho drugstore opposite my residence,
and was successful in conducting the business
nuu. umcra uu noi neen equally so boloro
him. I have been favorably Impreseod with his
character and enterprise
. WH.WlIOIITJfAW.
( Firm of Powers & Wcightman,)
Manufacturing Chemists,
. NlDth and Brown st., I'hilo.
From tlio PLIIa. Even'g Bulletin, March loth.
We aro gratiflodto hear of the continued suo
ccss in Kew York, of our townsman, Mr. II. T.
Ilelmbold, Druggists. His store, next to tha
Metropolitan Hotel, is 23 feet front, 280 feet
doop, and five stories in height. It is certainly
a grand ostabliNhment, and speaks favorably of
the morita of his articlos. He returns his otlloe)
and laboratory to this city, which are also model
establishments of their class.
The proprietor has bean induced to make this
statomont from tho fact that Lis remedies, al
though advertised, are
GEIVUIIVEPREPARATIOIVS
And knowing that tha Intelligent refrain
from using anything portaining to quackery or
the Futon t Illedieino order moa of which aro
prepared by solf-siylcd Dootors. who are to g
noranttoroida physician's simplest prescrip
tion, much leas competent to propaie charm
ceutlal preparations,
THESE PARTIES RESORT
to various means of effecting sails', suoh as oop
ying parts of advertisements of popular rem
edies, and finiBh'ng with certificates.
Thi Science of Medicine stands tiraple, pure,
and majestio, having fact for its basis, induction
for its pillar, truth alone for Its capital.
A WORLD OF CAUTION.
HaMth is most important, and the afflicted
should not use an advertised medloino, or any
remedy, unl-ssiu contents or ingredients are
known to othors beside the manufacturer, or
until they are satisfied of the qualifications of
tho party so offering.
HELMBOLD'S
GENUINE PREPARATIONS .
FLUID EXTRACT BUBHU,
FLUID EXTRACT SARS4PARILLA
AND IMPROVED ROSE WA8H-
Establshed upwards of 16 years".
Prepared by H.T. HELMBOLD.
PRIXCIPLE DEPOT.
HELM BOLL'S DRUG AND CHEMICAl. .
WAKiiHOUSE, 694 Broadway, N.Y
And HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT 1
104 South Tenth St. Philadelphia Pa. ,
a i. ' ' i !
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Nwmbei 18,p86My.

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