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NEW SKIRT FOK 1SGG.
The Great Invention of the Ape In
HOOF SKI RTS.
J. W. Bradley! New Intent Duplex Elliptic
(or double) Sprint Skirt.
The Ipventlon contest of Duplex (or two)
Illiplio Pure Keficed Steel Spring, ingeniously
biaided tightly and firmly together, edge to
edg , nikiii(rh touKhot.t,most inflexible, etas
tio, and durable Spring ever nicd. Tley
seldom bender bieak, like the iokIo f priiiBw,
and consequently prcore their porfeot rd
beautiful shape more than twice a long an any
finale spring akirt that cr has or can be
loado.
The wonderful flexibility and great comfort
and pleasure to any lady wearing the Duplex
Elliptic Skirt will be experienced partiuulurly
in all croadeJ assemblies, operas, cerriugca,
railroad cars, church powa, arm chairs, for
promenade and house dress, aa the skirt etn bo
folded when In uce to occupv a nniall plmo na
easily and Conveniently as a silk or muslin
dress.
A lady having enjoyod the pleasure, comfort,
and great convenience of wearing the Duplex
Elliptic Steel Spring Skirt for a rinplo duy will
never afterwards dispense with their nf. For
children, Misses and young Udics they aro
superior to all others.
The boopa aro covered with two ply double
(wilted tbiead I nd will wear twice as long ax
the single yarn covering which is used on all
Single Steel Hoop Skirts. Tho three bottom
rods on every Skirt aro also double stool, nud
twice or double covered to preve tt the covering
from wearing off the rods when dropping down
tairs, atone steps, etc., etc., which the; aro
constantly subject to when in use.
All are made of the new and elegant corded
tapes, and are the host quality in every part,
giving to the wearer the most graceful and
perfect shape possible, and are unqnohtlonuhly
the lightest, most durable, cotnfortubio and
economical skirt over made.
WESTS' BRADLEY & CARY, Proprietors
of the invention, and solo manufacturer, 97
Chumuora, and 79 and 81, Koad streets, New
York.
For sale In all fl fat-class stores In this city,
and throughout tho United States and CiumiUi,
Havanna de Cuba, Mexico, South Amoricu, aud
the Wekl h dies.
tST Inquire for the Duplix Elliptic (or
double) Spring Skirt.
January 18, 1306, 8mo. A. & 0.
WOODFORD ! !
THIS Celebrated Thorough
Bred Race Horse la nearly IS hands
null, cneslnut. well musculo! and sha
ped, was brought to thiseounty la t season, ai d
proved himself a race horse, br his own sucocrs
contending against good Blooded Uoimh, not
locoirga race in this county, as his peJigne
will show. The iollowing letter which waa re
ceived from Mr. K. Altchison Alexander, of
wooarora county, Ky., wlio raised tma Colt
Wood roito, and sold hm into Ohio, la unques
tionable proof beyoud ditpute of the 'odigrot
or uooaiora ;
braino Statiok, Wdodford Co,, Ky.,
January 15th. 1366. 1
Ma. Warheh Locxi Diar Sir: Yours of
SS'.h December, arrived during my absence
from home of Kveral weoks duration; I now,
on my return, hasten to answer : Bolow I eoiiii
pedigree at desired of chestnut colt :
BY ItlNGOLD,
Chestnut Horse Bred by James Long, of
Washington V VJoalea 1842; oy old liostun
(son of Timoleon) best son of Sir Archy.
1 dam Hirtilla, jr. (dof CaKsandra) by 6 Archy
8 d Old Flirtilla, by Sir Archy;
8 d by imp Kobiu Red Broait, (son of Sir Peter
Teazle;
4 by imp Obscurity, (son of O'Kollj's xVlip.-e;)
5 d old ttlamorkin, by imp Wildair;
I d DeLancy's Imp cub mare by Cub, -
7 d Amarauthus' dam by Second;
8 d the dam of Lead.,
Flash, t op, do., by Star i ?:
0 dam by old Partner;
10 dam by Greyhound,
II dam byMakeless:
12 dam by Brimmer;
13 dam by Place's White Turk:
Hdam byDodsworlh;
n dam Lay ton Barb Mare.
. 1 dam Fanny ilill, imp bv Monarch;
3 dam Allegrenl by Imp Young Truillo;
8 dam fhaatonua by Phantom;
dam by Walton;
6 dam Allegracti by Potrassua:
8 dam Orange Squeozor by Highflyer;
, 7 dam Mop Squeezer by alatciiern;
8 dam Lady by Sir C Turner's Swe
9 dam Syphon's dam by Potriot;
Sweepstake;
10 dam
by L,rat;
by Bay Bulton;
11 dam
12 dam
13 dam
by Curwin's Boy Borb;
by Curwin's ol J Spot;
dm by White legged Lowthor
lactam Vintner mare Burb;
The above Colt was sold at my sale la Juno,
1363, to Sam'l Alexander, Green county, Ohio.
Kespeoifully, K. A. ALEXANDER.
"Woodford at Columbus, July 1805
2d day Pnrte 2M, mile heats, best 2 in t:
R' A. Alexander'scb o Woodford;
Gen. Moore's b s Hero;
II. Wallor'ss m Kate Boston, hy Lexington dsm
Anns Stephens by Im. Trustee.
Woodford was tho favorite, winning the' lat
and 3d heats, and has distinguished hi'nxclf at
several races. iWilke'a Spirit of the Times.
What may be said ot him he has never yet
had a fair chance to enow what he could do,
II never had the proper handling and was
run invariably out 01 condition beinj in hands
unacquainted with race horses. What was
done, was bat the result of his uncultivnted
peed and his great endurance, he being a clow
descendant of old Boston and Sir Archy. No
better blood ever run in the veins of a Horse I
Woodford was purchased and brought to this
county lor the purpose of improving tho stock,
and will siand the early pait of the coining sea
son for a limited number of good mares nt the
very low price of 2S for the innuraice. Mares
from a distance will recoive good attention and
be kept a: reasonable rates, on pasture or any
kind of feed the owners may direct.
It WAKKEN LOCKE.
Sheriff's Sale.
State of Qh io, Vinton Co. ::
Elizabeth Smith, Plt'fl, I In Court of Com
tb. V mon Plena. An or-
George L. Peity, Deft. ) dor and decree.
PURSUANT to the command of an Order
and Decree in the above cause to me di
rected from the Court, of Common Plcaa, of the
aforeaaid county of Vinton, I will offer at pub
lic sale, at the door of the Court-IIonso, in the
wn of McArthur, in aforeaaid county of Vin
ton, on
Mouday, 23d day of April, 18CG,
at the honr of o'clock P.M of taidrdsr, (the
iviiuiu L.iiiB mi luuviuemn ,u-wj;
In the eaatend effraction thirty-one. Madi
iun township, Vinton county, In the State of
Ohio, and in the Ohio Company's pnrcbaso,
containing thirty-one acres.
Ordered t be sold ss the property of George
L. Petty, to satisfy an order and Decree o
aforesaid Court in favor of Elizabeth 8mith.
Appraised as follows to-wit: Four hundred
and eixtr-four dollars, and mm: bring two
tbirdaof that snm.
Terms of sale cash In hand.
JOHNJ.S1IOCKEY,
Sheriff V. Co., 0.
R. A. Constable, Att'y for Plt'ff.
Mara 22, 1868, 6-w pfll70.
OB 1 BLNTIKU executed with teatnsas,
and dispatch at tbs Kioobd office, Hrat
tou'sBalldinf , one door east of Court House
(rp.italw.) .,
"gtpal lloticts.
Slier HPa alc.
STATE OF OL110 VINTON CO:
In Court of Common Pleat.
Jackson Wortman, plaintiff, 11a partition.
va V Order of
William II Tripp et al deft 's. J Sale.
IN pursuance of the command of an order of
sale in the abov cmisa to me directed by
the Court of Common Pleas in and tor the
county of Vinton and Stato of Ohio and dated
the twenty seventh duy of Feb) nary, a d 1 S66 ,
I will olfitr for su!e at pnM'c auction at tnc door
of tbo court-house in tho town of JIcArtbur,
in said county of Victon, on
Monday, n7 d, 1SCG.
At tho hour of one o'clock p m of said day,
The following described premisee to-wit : The
northeast quarter ol he stutr-woat quarter of
section nuiuhor 11 one in township number SJ
eight of mi po number 18 eighteen containing
forty 40 acres more or less, si tn ate J in said
county of Vinton and A'tale of Ohio, the samo
to he sold mh.icet to the dower estates of I'ancy
A Tripp and MaryETiipp.
Said premises are appraised at twelve hun
dred dollars, 11200. and mut bring two thin's
of that amount.
Terms of sale, one-third caali, one-third in
one yeui and one-third in two years within
tercet from the day of sule.
JOHNJ.PIIOCKEY,
Sheriff V. C. O.
R'atton & Mnjo, atfys for pltff.
March 1 , 18t)6-59 pflloO
Sheriff'! Sale.
STATE OF OL1IO, VINTON CO,
In Court of Common Pleas.
Jas. Ilolliigsworlh and wife pltff, In partition
ve Order ol
IraShifllctetal defendant, sale
IN pnmiauce of the command of an order of
sulo in the above cause to me directed hy the
Court of Common Plea in and for the County
of Vinton mid State of Ohio and bearing dato
tho 2"th day of February, 1866, I will oiler for
sale at public auction at the door of the courr
hou.o in the town of Ale Arthur in said county
ot Vinton, on
Monda y pril 2d, 1S06,
At tho hour of one o'clock p m of said day,
Tho following described premisos to-wit : The
east half of (lie northeast qnartor of section
number 3 throe In township numbnr 81
eight of range number 18 eighieoL containing
seventy.eight 173 acres situated in suid Vin
ton county, Ohio, the same to bo sold sunjocl to
the dower estato of Mary Shiflott.
Said promises are ap raisod at One thousand
dollars, and mint bring two thirds of that
amount.
Terms of salo, ono third cash, ono third In one
year, and one third in two years, with interest
from the day cf sulo.
JOHN J. SHOnCEY,
Shoriff V. C. 0.
Bratton & Mayo, att'ys for plt'tfa.
March 1.1866- owflpf li50
AUDITOR'S SALE
SCHOOLLAND
STATE OF OHIO VIN10N CO.
111 E nndersigned, Auditor of Vinton county.
1 ... ; n -tr.,- -..,.. i 1. 1 r . . .f
fii'i wiiui ivi rnio, iuui,u nuciiuu, lib (no
door of the court boase, in McArthur, on
Saturday, p ril 14th, 1S66,
At the hour of ono o'clock. F. M.. of laid iIbt
the following described real estate Htuutod in
the county of Vinton, and township of Wilkcs
ville, to-wit:
The west half of the northwest anaiter of sso.
tion number sixtoen, iu township number eight
of range number tixteon, containing eighty
acres more or less. Appruisod at Five Dollars
and Fity cents per acre.
A No, (he east half of tho northwest uiiartnr
of section number tixtccn, of township num
ber eight, of rango number sixteen, containing
eighty acres more or less. Amiraised at Seven
Do'lurs per aero.
hue li parcel of land n:ust bring the appraised
value thereof.
TEKMS OF SALE, one-twolvth in cash, the
residuo in eleven equal annual installments
with interest from the dav of sale, to be paid
annually.
HENRY C. MOORE.
Mar. l,-66-6w0 Auditor V.C.O.
SALE OF KEAL ESTATE
BY
Order of Probate Court.
STATE CF OIIIO, VINTON CO.
IN PROBATE COURT.
James Danghcrty, administrator
ol the estuto of John Duugh- Petition
orty deceased plaintiff, y to
vs Sell land.
Roger Dauglierty, defendant, '
IJUIWUAKT to ai ordor of sale made in the
. abovo cause on th3 Svh day of March, ".8KB,
granted by ihe said Probate Court within and
for tho said county of Vinton, I will offer lor
ale as such administrator as aforesaid to the
highest biddor at public auction, on
Saturday, April 14th, 18GG,
Atone o'clock in tie afternoon, on the premi
ses in Wilkeaville township, the following
described real estate as the proper'y of John
Dougherty, deceased, situated in the couuty of
Vincon and State of Ohio, to-wit :
The west half of the southwest qna-ter of
tection number 5 five, township numbor rS
eight, and of range numbor 161 sixteen, con
taining s venty-four i74 acres.
Appraised at Five hundred and ninety-two
dollars 592 00. '
Said lands to be sold free and unincumber
ed and npon terms as follows :
One-third cash in hand, one-third In six
months, and the remaining one-third in twelve
months, with interest from the duy of sulo.
Deferred payments to be secured by mortgage
on the premio. .
JAMES DACGHERTY, adm'r
of eat. of John laughorty,deo'd.
Bratton Mayo, atty'a for petitioner.
Morch 8 Ia06-10w4.
18GG,
THE LADY'S FRIEND-
The best of the monthlios devnt.l in T.tm..
atnra and Fashion. 2,50 a year. We give
Wheeler is Wilson's celebrated f 55 Sewing
Machines on the following terms:
Twenty copies and the sewing machine t70
Thirty " " ' 85
Forty " .i 100
Send 15 cts for a sample copy to Dbacon St
Petrion, 319 Walnut at., Philadelphia.
NOTICE Any person obtaining tensub
scribers, and sending us the money, rir
noLtaas, shall receive the Vintom Ricokd
one year gratia.
B
LA?l?iS ,everJr description, for ial
Ok VUI VUJI.W. . V
.Dr. J. S. SRONGt,
DltUGGIST,
Ilulbcrts Cor Opposite Court-house,
McAIlTIIUIJ, OIIIO,
DIALIIl
Drugs, Medicines,
and Chemicals,
Paints, Oils, -
and Dye-Stuffs,
PERFUMERY, .
And Tancy Articles,
Pl'UC AND BilADlE
FOE
Itlcdicnl rurposcs,
rATENT MEDICINES, &c.
ALSO
WATCHES,
AND
JEWELRY,
IETTER, Cap, and No'e paper. Tort Folios,
J Port Monies, Dlaarloa, Pock6t Knives,
Writing Fluid and other articles kept by Drug
gists gonerallv. The above articles have been
bought low forctsb, selected with great care
and will be warrented as represented and sold
at the
Yery Lowest Cash Price.
N. B. Physlcions Prescription! carefully
corn pounded.
January 4th 1865-tf.
CONFIDENTIAL.
QREaT combined talentot
Europe and America are
the mon to consult : Dra. Bon
aparte & Reynolds, ot 182
Sycamore street, Cincinnati, is the only office
in the eity whore a permanent cure of private
Diseases can be had without the use of murcury
or change of diet. We guarantee to cure Uonor
hosa, Glee, Syphilis, Impotenoy, Nocturnal
Emissions, or 6olf Abuso, Diurnal Emissions,
Femaie complaints, in short, every possible
form and variety of Sexual Disease. Cures
rapid, th ough and permanent, and fees moje
rate. Come one Come all.
UiiEiT medical oirculab sent for two 8 cont
stamps
FmiNcn sapei A sure preventative to disease.
Piico, 1 each, or throe for 12, or 7 per dozon.
Sent by mail.
Dr. B.'s Invigorating Linlm int, Price. 2 00
per botlo.
Great work oh frivati diseases, tiis ooide
ro health, U beneficial to all, mule and female
mo oiu ami young, should read this book. It
will enlighten those who grope in darkness.
l'rice,35e by mail, mountain of light one dollar.
N. B. To the ladies. No Lady should be
without Mad. Lozior is Female Monthly Pills
a safe and eflectual remody for all irregularities
and obstruction, from whatever cause. Price
one dollar a box; extra fine five dollars. Cum
munioutions by mail .entirely lonfidontial. No
letters will be answered unless they contain a
remittance or a postage stamp. Call or address.
DBS. BONAPARTE & REYNOLDS.
183 Sy earn ore St., bet, Fiftli and Sixth, east side
Cineinnai. 0. Ollice hours, 6 A. M. to 9 P. M.
P.O. Box 182.
DR. STRICKLAND'S
PiIi1! Itemed v
CURE
FOR
PILES.
AS cured thousands of
Blind and Blecdins Pilea.
It gives immediate relief, and effects a perma
nent cu-e. Try it directly It is w rranted to
cure. For salo by all Druggists at 0 cents per
bottle,
January 18, 1366. ly.
DYSPEPSIA .
Dr. Strickland's
Tonio is a con
I con'tated preparation o'
Roots and Herbs, with
antiacida and carmini-
DOCTOR
Strickland'8
T03JIO.
ti ves to strengthen the stomach and nerveus sys
tem. It (ascertain remedy for Dyspepsia or In
digestion, Nervousness, Lo s ot Appetite
Acidity or the Ptomach, Flatu'ency anf
Debility. t is not alcoholic, thereforo particu
larly suited for Weak. Nervoua and Dvspjptic
perrons. For sale by all Druggists everywhere
at one dollar per bottle.
January 18, 1866, ly.
"Put Money in thy Purse."
ROAD TO WEALTH.
5 OH A A,tlvesI"' reliable agents, male or
, u )) female, and of all ages, are ranted
mj vnnvapB kvvtj vitj, iwu, vumgQ , nam let
workshop, and factor, throughout the entire
nrlrt f'ir the sale of our
Watches, Jev.elry. Siher-Ware, Musical boxes
Albums and Other Articles.
Energetic persons cf good habits and fair bus-
...... . .... t .v, wceh in ine
country, and a much larger amount in thickli
settled locslille-1 '
iVo Capital Required!
Sample of onr articles, to the amount of $3
will be rent hv mail for inspection and If not
tmrfAnlv BaiafiiAtv nsi xlia.... C 1 '
... -- j onuujonrsa
d'ess. If on are of an industrious turn of mind
uu iii uvsb if immraiaie weaun. Direct to
. 1'ARKINSON A CO.,mporer8f
403 BrottHwav U v
j i
Xv rV'llhtm. anrl atwnriinr nm Ik
, VUHa no WVUOTi riff"
TSEft DOLLARS . illfi.ll TtVAlTlltlSsl Tmvnw P.
vat. joarpatis. .. , - ...
I
r-
F.UR-N1TURE!-
FIM111RE!
Horton & Hulbert,
At E. P. Boihwell's old stand, on High St
MoARTCUR, 0.
HAVING houglit out the t of E. P.
Bothtt el., and brought
mw 5Took or
FURNITURE,
Bureaus,
Bedsteads,
Tables,
Chairs,
Settees,
Rockers,
And every other article iu the
FURNITURE LINE.
All of which we will
SELL CHEAPER
Than any other establishment in the cuun
ty. Cell and examine our work and see
lot yourselves. All work warranted.
PARIS HORTON,
Srp. 28. '65. 6m E. A. HULBERT..
FURNITURE 1
FURNITURE !
WE call the attention of tn ctthen o
Vinton county, to the
NEW FIRM
OF
Wyckoff & Kales
NEW CBINET SHOP,
AT TITK OLD STAND OP
Spraguc & Wyckoff, Mc Arthur, O
Where hey koep on hand every varloty of fur
niture, consisting of
Bureaus,
Bedsteads,
Cliairs,
Cribs,
Safes,
Stands.
Tables,
And every thing in the furniture lino.
Which they will sell chearer than the cheap
est. Collins alway-t on hand and sold twenty
five per cont cheaper than any other establi th
ment in the State of bio. AIbo, window Sash
on hand for salo low for cash. Jan. 18-Gin
Joans.
MEXICO! MEXICO!
$30,UO,000 LOAN
OF THE
REPUBLIC OF MRTifiO.
Twenty-tear Coupon Bonds in Sums of.
$30, ttlOO, 6500, and $1,000.
INTEREST SEVEN PER CENT. , PAY A;
ULE in the CITY ol NEW YORK.
Principle and interest paya
life I n GOLD.
810,000,000 to be Sold nt SIXTY CENTS
on the DOLLAR,
in U. S., Curiency, thus yiplding an inter
est af TWELVE FEIt CEBT IN OOl.D, Or SEVEN
TEEN FEB, CENT IN CUKBENCY, Ut the 'patent
rnteol ireiniuni on gold
The Most DLSIIUULE .INVESTMENT
ever OFFERED,
Imense Tracts ol Winino anr Agri
cultural LANDSj Sixty Fee Cent, of Port
Dues Imposts, and Taxes, in tho Slates of
Tamyulipas and San Luis Potusi, and Ihe
Plighted Faith ol the said Slates and the
Uenhbal Govebkhent are all Pledged for
the redemption ol these Boudsand payment
of interest.
THE SECURITY IS AM I'LL)
s30 in U.S. Currency will buy a 7 per c
Gold Bond of $50
160 in U fc. t urienrv will buy a 7 perct.
Gold Bond of 100
$300 in U.S. Cuirenry will buy a 7 perct.
Gold Bond ol 4500
1600 in U.S. urrency will buy a7rerct.
Gold Bond of $1,000
Let eveby lover of Republican Insttu-
TIONS BUT AT LEAST ONE BOND
Circulars forwarded and subscription ie
c ived by
JOHN VV. CORL1E8 &Co , and
J.N.TIFFT, Financial Agent the Re
public of ilex ico, 57 Broadwky N.Y.
Subscriptions also received by Banks and
Bankers generally throughout the United
States,
November 16th 1865-6mo
JOB FKlNTllvG executed with neatnesa and
O diapatch at (be Kkcobd office, Bratton's
Building, one dot r east of Court House, (nr
staira.) ,x
rJHE LADY'S FBIEND
The beat of Montbliea-devoied to Fasbion
12? FTLL,'tetflx"'- soyer: Twotopiea
4. tight (and oaf gratis) 16. Wheeler fc
Wilson's Saw in M4,in. !.... .
o..j , . . , n b-" premiums.
end lSoents for a sample copy to Diioos A
W't tPhilad1lpb" :
BiBgle omoben for sale by tb Kawi Dealer
GREAT IMPUDVEMliITS
- IK .
sewing machines
Umpire Shuttle iTIacliine.
Salesroom 636 Broadway If. Y. 250
Washington St. Boston. 921 Chestnut St..
Philadelphia.
1M11S MACHINE, Is constructed on entirely
. new principles of mochanlum, possessing
rr any rare and valuable improvements, having
jeen examined by the most profound expeits,
end pronounced to be
SIMPLICIT V AND PERFECTION
COMBINED.
It has aatralght needle, porpendienlar set lor.
makes tho "Lock or Shuttle Bticb,' which will
Neither Rip nor Kavil, and ia alike on both
sides; performs perfeo. sewing on every dest rip
tion of material, from Leather to the finest Nan
sook Mualino, with cotton, linen or silk thread,
from the eoaraest to the finest number.
Having neither Cam nor Coo Waist, and the
least posaible friction, tt runs smooth as
glass, and ia emphatically a
, NOISELESS MACHIrVE!
I requires Firrv peb cent, less power to
drive it then any other machine in the marker,
a girl eleven years of sge can work It steadliy,
without fatigue or injury to health.
Its strength and wonderful simplicity of
construction, renders tt almost impossible to
get out of ordor, and is ocarbamtkd by the
company to give entire satisfaction.
We respectfully invite all those who may do
nreto supply themselves with a superior arti
cle to come and examine this VNBiVALLkD Ma
chine. One half hours instruction is sufficient, to
enable any person to work this machine to
thtirentire satisfaction.
Kemoious and Charitable institutions will
be liberally dealt with
Agents Wanted for all towns in the United
States whore Agents are not already entahliaherl
Also, for Cuba. Moxico, Central and South
America, to whom a liboral disc ount will be
given.
No consignments made at all. Address
Empire Sewing Machine Mi'g
Company,
a. o. BROADWAY N,Y;
Principle Agencies Established: PHtaburg;
Ernest Aatnelm Baltimore, Thos.' Shanks.
Wheeling, W. Va. W. 1):8awkell a Bro. Cin
cinnati, O. Mather & Wilson
November 80th IS6S lyr
THE
i'rom the New York llerild.
Prominent among the mechanical tri
umphs of this most ingenious age, com
mon honesty compels us to notice the Em
pire Sewing Machine, commended as just
ly styled peifectiou itself. Useful as have
been the various sewing 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 of the Empire
Machine has produced ari instrument, com
bining all the advantages for which others
are vaunted, and obviating every defect
which can be attributed to them by the
most fastidious critic.
The Empire Macnine it a marvellous com
bination of simplicity, economy and perfect
workmanship, being durable, free froma li
bility to get out of order, noiseless,, and ea
sy of operation. It9 mechanical contii
vance is such as to socura stability, free
dom fiom accident, and accuracy as to
workmanship. By the ue of the patented
shuttle and straight needle, it makes a
stitch, which can neither tip r.or ravel
while, at the came time, it can operate
perfectly upon every species of material
from leather to cambric, with thieadg of
cotton, linen or silk, fiom the finest to the
coarsest number.
As the Empire Machine is gradually
mpplanting its more antique rivals, no
one in want of a more useful iestrument
of this description, be he or she tailor,
coachmoker, dressmaker or seamstress, can
do otherwise than ceeuie of these econom
ical and inimitable machines, suited alike
for family and manufacturing purposes.
The office of the Empire Manufacturing
Co. is at No. 036 Broadway, New York
City, where they are now Btipplyinf these
Empire Machines at prices lur below thk
teal value of the instruments. NetvYor
Herald. .
November 30 1865-1 v
MACHNE
JJiano 'o:t(o.
Grovesteen 8c Co.,
PIANO FORTE
iMANUKAOI'UKhtuV,
499 Broadway, icw York
The attention of the Public and the trude
is invited to our Neat Scale 7 OCTAVE
ROSE WOOD PIANO FORTES, which
for volume and purity of tone are unrivall
ed, by any hitherto ffoewd in this market.
They contain all the modern improvements
French; Grund Action, Harp Pedal, Iron
Frame overstrung Bass etc. and each instru
ment being made the personal supervision
of Mr. J. H. Grovesteen who has has a
practical experience of over 3" years in their
manufacture is fullv warranted in uvrv nnr
ticular.
Tho "Grovcetflen Piano Fortes" re-
ceived tho award of merit over all
others at the celebrated Worlds
Fair,
Where were exhibited instruments fr.nm
the best makers of London, Paris. . Germany
riinaueipnia. Baltimore, isoston and INew
York: and also at the American Instutute
for Ave successive years, the gold and silver
medals from both of which can be seen at
our ware-room,
By the interoductionof improvements we
make a still more perlect Piano Forte; and
bv manufacturing Inroplo with ii olrirlf
: o . .....w.j
cash system, are enabled to offer these in
struments at a price which wilt preclude all
competition. . ,
Pbice-No. 1, Seven Octave. round corners
- ttoiewood plain case $275.
No. a, Seven Octave, round corner,
Rosewood heavy moulding $300
No. 3, Seven Octave round corners
Kncpunrwl InniaTIV etnla ll.llV
Term: Net Cash In Curren Eiinds,
UESC'RIPTIVE CIRCULARSLSENT
FREE.
Dec. 7th 1865-lyr . , a,c,
HOWARD ASOCIATION'
PHILADELPHIA PA.
DISEASES OF THE URINARY AND
SEXU4L SYSTEMS
ble treatment. Also the BRIDAL CHAM
BER, an Essay of Warning and Instruction
Sent by mail in sealed envelopes, free of
charsre. Address. Dr. J Hlf I i.t.tm
HOUGHTON. Howard Association, No.
3 South Ninth treet,, Philadelphii, Pi, :
II ELM BOLD' S
EXTEAOT BUClitf
IIELMB OLD'S BUCHU. ,
HELM HOLD'S BUCHU. '
HELMB OLD'S BUCHU. ., ,
The Only Known Remedy
FOR 1 ;
DIABETES.
IRRITATION OF THK NECK 0F THfi
BLADDER, INFLAMMATION OF .
. THE KIDNEYS, CATARRH OF
THE BLADDER, STKAN
GUARY OR PAINFUL
URlNi4TING.
FOR these diseases Itls truly a soverslen rsui- .
edy, and loo much can not bs said in it
praUe. A single dose has been known to re
lieve the mcs urgent syratoma.
Are yon trcublcd with that distressing putu ia
'.lie small of tbs back and through th hips t A
teaspoonful a day of Ilolmbold's Iluchu mill re
lieve you.
PDYSIC1ANS AND OTDERS
VLEASE NOTICE.
I make no socret ef Ingredients. Ilolrabold'a
Extract llncho is oom posed of Bushu Cnbebs,
and Junipor Borrlea, selected with great care,
prepared in vacuo and according to rule of
I'D ARM ACY AND CDEMISTRY
Thehe ingredlentr are known a tbe most val -
liable Diuretic afforded
ADIURETIC
It that which acta upon th kidney
HELM'S EXTRACT BUCliU
ACTS GENTLY,
Is pleasant in tasto and odor, fro from all inju
rious properties, and immediate in its action.
FOB THE SATISFACTION OF ALL, "
See Medical properties contained in Dinpenta
toiy of the li, S., of which the following is a er
red copy :
'llioiio. Its odor Is strong, dltTueive an!
somewhat aromatic, itstastd bittorishond anal
ogous t j that of mint. It Is givon, cheiftr in
complaints of the Urinary Organs, suoh k
Oravcl, Chronio Catarrh of the blulder and
Irotbra; Diseaaos of the prostrate: and Reten
tion or the Incontinence of Urine, from a loss
of tone in the parts concerned In itssvocuation.
It has also been recommended in Pyspopia,
Chronic Hhcur.iatism, Cutancua alloetions, aud
Urotsy."
FOR FDRTDER INFORMATION
Fco rrofoasor Dowoes' valuabl work oa the
practice of phyaio.
See the remarks made by th celobrated Dr.
Physio, of I'liiladolpliia.
bee ary and all standard work on Medielne,
rr.cu t
LARGEST
MANUFACTURING CHEMIST
IX THE WORLD.
I am acquainted with II. T. Helmbold : b
occupied the drug atore opposite my residence,
and waa Buccoaaful in conducting th business
where others had not hoen equally so before
him. I have been favorably Improaied with his
character and enterprise.
Wn, Weiohtuajt,
(I irm of Powers A Weightman,)
Manufacturing Chemiats,
Ninth anil Brown St., Phils,
brom the Phila. Even'g Bulletin, March 10th.'
Wo aro irratiliodto hoar of the continued sno
ccsh in New York, of our townsmsn, Mr. U. T.
llolmbold,l)iuggli,ts. His store, next to the
Metropolitan ll..tol, Is 23 feet front, 880 feet
deep, and fivo storios la height. It Is certainly
a irrnnd establislimont, and speaka favorably of
the morits of his articles. He returns hi ottie
and laboratory to this city, which are also model
establishments of thoir class.
The proprietor has been induced to make tbi
Ktatenicnt from tho fact that his romedles, al
though advortised, are
GENUINE PREPARATIONS
Atd knowing that the Intelligent rofrain
froni using anything pertaining to quackery or
tho Patent Medicino order mot of which are
prepared by self-styled Doctors, who are to g
norant tore id a physician' simplest prescrip
tion, much leas competent to prepaie pharma
ccutiol preparations,
TDESE PARTIES RESORT
to various means of effecting sails, snob a cod-
edies, and finish'nir with certificates.
Thi Science of Medicine stands .Iraple, par,
and majeatio, having fact for its basis, fnduoUon
Tor its pillar, truth alone for its capital.
A WORLD OF 'CAUTION.
Hsilth is most Important, and the afflicted
should not nse an advertised medicine, or anj
remedy, uiiltna iu Minium. . i-
known to others beside the manufacturer, or
until they are satisfied oi the qualification! of
the party so offering.
HELMBOLD'S :
GENUINE PREPARATIONS.,. t
FLUID EXTRA CT BUBHU, ,.
FLUID EXTRACT HA Rsi iD jDtr t J
' a i
. XT r. T ii n 1 1 V t , , A ""'n " '
nny imrit. p fU . KtJSIa . WASH
Establshed upwards of 16 years.
Prepared by H.T. HELMBOLD;
1HltW..Tna m ' f
HELM BOLL'S DRUG AND CHEMICAL
r Atvr.nuuajs, o4 Broadway, N.Y
And HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT
104 South Tenth St. Philadelphia
BOLD BYaILDRUGOJSTS,. ,
Tnbi 18, 1S ly.

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