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NEW SKIliT , FOK 18GG.
.. The Gn-nt Invention of tlic Ape lu
J. W. Ilradley's Now Patent Duplex Elliplio
(or double) Spring Skirt.
Tlie invention coiicUih of Duplex (or two)
Elliptic Puro Ken red Steel f prii g s.ingeuiou ly
blaii'cd tightly and firmly tc teilier. tilgo :o
edgi, making the lousiest, ui inflexible, elas
tio, and durable Spring: ever ncd. They
seldom bend or bieak, liko tl.s iiu(.lo springs,
tiul consequently prciene I heir perfect and
beautiful Miape moro than twice as longas any
single tprlng ikirl tliat o.er hes nr can be
Tlio wendcrful flexibility and grsi. t enm for t
and pleaM.ro loany lady wearing tlio Duplex
Elliptic Skirt will bo experienced parliiTliirly
in all crovdej assemblies, operas, csnhigis,
railrcud care, cl.urcJi cv.s, arm clinir., Tor
promoaado ami lionao ilrtss, ai tl.e skirt cm bo
folded when in wo to reenpv a small p'ace as
friuilv anil nr.ili'til.i.itlv c a tlilr ...1:.
. A My having enjoyed the plc&Fnre,er.mfcrt,
and ten at convenience of wearing tlio Dniilcx
.'II' . I- C- . f . I.. . 1. ' . " ....
, x.iiipuc oieci rpung cmrt lor a Hrgio day n Hi
rever uftcrwoids disrenio villi truirnto. l-'or
- children, Uissc and ycung tidies tbey aro
superior io nil other. ,
Tho hoops aro covered wirli two ply double,
twisted ti.icadicd will wcarUico nit long at
the single j am covering which is mcd on all
Singlo Steel limp Ekirl. 'i'lo thrco bottom
redd on every Skirt aro nli-o ditil.lo sleol, and
twice or double covered to preve it tl o covcrii'jj
from wcatiig ett'tho red wl.en dmpzii trdewn
stairs, stono steps, itc, etc., which tl.ej aro
sonstanlly tuhjee-t to wl.en in ns-o.
All aro niadvi of tlio new and elirint corded
tapes, ab.d ajo tho bcei quality ii. eviry prrt,
ghiug to tho -scarcr tho ir.t gruei-i'iil and
perfect tliao poss.blo, and ro unquestionably
the lightest, most durable, cuiul'uf lubio and
economical skirt over made.
WESTS' IlKALiLEV & CAHY, Proprietors,
of the invention, and sola manufacturer. 07
Chamuors, and 7V und tl, liead ttisttH, Now
For ntn In nl 1 fl tut-ntucR ttnma Xn Y .ill
and tlirnmiinnt tlm I'nitii! Rtntna i,n,l l'l.,j
lluvannado Cuba, Mexico, South America, and
tho Wcsi Ii dies.
Inquiro for tho Duplix Elliptic (or
uonuio; spring Miirt.
January 18, lSGfl, Cmo. A. & C
THIS Colebratci. Thorouirh
Bred Knee Horse Is hearty 19 hands
IMITII. O hfl4T II Mr. . wi'tl mtlaiii'l.iil nnil ali.
ped, was brought to thiscounty l:i; tsuinon, ni d
Tltnvnil himiAlt linen lirvun hv lij ervr uinnii.t.
contonding against goou lilicded lio:e.s not
iwwii.muvuni bins ciniuiv, lis Llf ) V IJJjrco
Willahow. ThO lollowiliffleltor wb'ili
celvod from Mr. H. Aiuhison Alt.r .ndor, of
Woodford eouuly.Ky., v ho ruisej thia Colt
n oooronD,and auld Irm into Ohio, is iiiiqnos
tionublo prc.ol beyoud disputo of tl.o rcdij;roe
vt noouiora ;
KrwKO St.tioh, Woo Jf rd Co., Ky. ,1
Jannarv 15lh. Hi!G. (
M. Warken Lccse Dhak 'Sin : Youra of
SSfb Doceiubor, arrived during my absence
from hwne of stye rid weeks duration; I now,
on my return, hasten to nntwer : Uclow I ecLd
..!! .. i -9 i i . .
Chestnut Horse Bred ly James I.nng. of
wasnimjwn u vjouiea ltvi-j; i.toia jiustun
(tun of liiiiokun) Lest nan of jvr Archy.
lam 1'lirtill.i, jr (dof Cu cMiuuriij by to Archy
i Old Flirtiila, b.7 Sir Archy
d by imp Kobia lied Urcait, (son of Sir Teter
4 by imp Obsenrily, (son of O'Kullj's E'lipie;)
j u uiu oiuuiursiu, rjy imp wnuair;
( d DoLancy's imp C"ub maro by Cub,
7 d Amarantht.s' dum by Second;
8 d tho dam of Locd.-,
Flash, l'op,&o., by Star i g:
9 dam by rl.' Pniti.er;
10 dam by Grejhoutd,
11 dam hy Mukelcsa:
12 dam by Brimmer;
18 dam by Placo's white Turk;
H dara by Dodawor'.h;
15 dam LayUn Barb Maro.
1 dum Fanny UiU, imp by Slonaroh;
2 dam Allegrtntu by imp Yutr.g Trulllj;
0 dam Hauttmia by Phantom;
dam by WaltoD;
6 dam AUogralli by Pegaffin: '
6 dam Orange Squeezer by Ilighilyor;
t 7 dam Mop Sqnoczur by Mntchum;
8 dam Lady by Sir C Tumor's Sweepjtake;
0 dam Syphon's dam by Patriot;
10 dam - by Crab;
lldam hy Pay liulton;
12 dam by Curwin'sUny Barb;
13 dam hy riuwiu'a old Spot;
14 dam by WLitoleed Lowthcr
I5f dam Vintntr maro , U;irb'
Tho above .'Jolf was sold at my palo in Juno.'
1S63, to Sam'l Alexander, Green cnnity.Oliio.
Kespecifuliy, Ii. A. ALKXAhDEU.
"Woodford at Columbus, July
2d day Purse $250, mile heata, b?st 2 in 8:
R- A. Alexandor'sch c Woodford;,
Gen. Moore'i b s Hero;
II. Waller's s m Kato liotton, by Lexington dam
Anna Stephens by lin. Ttustec.
Woodford was tho favoiile, winning l:o 1st
and 3d heats, and bus dUlinuiiislicd lii-nself ut
several races. Will;o's Spirit of tho Timr-8.
What may bo eaid ol him ho has r.evor vet
had af.iir chanco to show what ho could do.
Ho never had tho proper handling and was
run invariably out 01 condition bciui in hands
unacquainted with rueo horses. "What wub
done, was but the result of his uncultivated
speed and his groat endurance, ho being a cleg.)
descendant of old Doston and Sir Archy. Ho
better blood ever run in tho veins of a Horse !
Woodford was purchased and brought to ti.is
county lor tho purpose of improving tlio stock,
andwi:laiand the early pan of thcci.ining sea
son for a. liinitod number of good mares Bt tl.o
very low prico of f-iu lor the insurance. Mares
from 8 distanco will receive good attention and
be kept at reasonublo rates, on pasture or any
kind of feed tho 0w ners rimy direct.
It . , WAKKEN LOCKE.
Mauhood; how Lost, how Uefstored
JUST publiBhed, a new cdilior of
Dr. Culverwcll'a Celubratcd Es
Jsay on the radical euro (without
Mnminal WflftlrnPRft. Inv.ilnnturir tSAn;n..l r
Impotetcy, MentuI Jand Physical Incapacity,
Impediments to marriago, etc.; also.Coinmnip
tion, Epilepsy, and Fits, induced by self indul
gence orjsectual extravagance.
tW Price in a sealed envelope, only 8 cenls.
The celebrated author in this adiuiruble essay
clearly demondtratea, from a thirty vcm uc
cesgful practice, that he alrrming corsequonces
of self-buae may be radically cured without
the dangercus uso cf intcrnul medicine or tlio
application of the knifo pointing rutamnde
of cure at once sin'plo, certain, and clfuctuail, by
means of which every tuilVrer, no matter what
hia condition may be, may cure himsolf cheaply
privately and radically.
ZF This lectjre should be in the hands of
every youth and every man in the land.
6ont, under seal, In a plain envelope to any
address, post paid, on receiut ofoiv ,nia n.
two post Btamps. Addrosathe plilishors.
CI1A8. J. C. KLINE CO., 127 Bowery, N.
Y., Post Offlco box 4.588. JJOWer7.
THE LADY'S FEIEND-
The best of the monthlies devoted to Liter-
at ore and Fashion. 3,50 a year. We give
Whooler & Wilson's celebrated $55 Sewing
Machines on the following terms:
Twenty copies and the sewing machine J70
Thirty ' " . 85
Forty .i 100
6ead 15 ctsfor a sample copy to Deaco.v A
Pitebsok, 319 Walnut t Philadelphia.
At DUCK'S SALE
STATE OF OHIO VINIO&CO.
'I'lIE nudcrsigned, Auditor of Vinton county,
L i I ( tier lor sale, at pnh'io auction, at the
duir of the court l.ciise, iu MeArthur, cn
Mat unlay, April Mlt, 1SGG,
At tho hour of cno o'clock, P.M., of said day
tl.e following (lcsoijliid real tstato siluatod in
tl o ccur y of Vinton, aud township of Wilkes
Tl.e weit half cf the nrrlliwoi nn.it trr of sec
tion unnibcr sixteen, in township number right
ui ruiiK" milliner kixteeii, coniuii irg mhty
acre mere or lew. Appri iscd at Five Dollars
aud Fity cents per aero.
Alio, (ho fust half of tho northwest quarter
of fccticn nr.ii.bcr ilxtcrn, of ton nship num
ber eight, ot n.ngo number sixteen, containing
eighty aires ir.i ro or less. Appraised at So on
DoMura per r cic.
Ei.cli l iirtel of hind t. nst bring tho appraised
TtliiiS OF SALE, ont-twrlvthiacasn, the
reMdiw in eleven equal niii.ual instnlliiiciits
with intirst frem the duv of side, to bo paid
Mar. l,-6i5-fi9 Audit.-r V.C.O
AI,E OF KEAL K STATE
Order of Frofcatc Court.
STATE CF OUIO, VINTON CO.
I PIIOIIATE COUKT.
James Diiughcrty, Bdmlnistrator')
ol tin estate of John Dangh-1 Petition
erty deceased piaiutilf, o
v foil laud,
llogcr Daughoriy, defendant, J
IJl'liUANT to a t ordor of sale mado in tlio
ubovo cause cn th) S lulny of March, '.S'lil,
granted by iho said Probate Court within and
for the said coi.nly of Vinton, I will offer fur
alo us such administrator ns aforesaid to tho
Lighett bidder at jublic auction, on
Saturday, April 11th, 1S(30,
Atono o'clock in tl o afternoon, on tho rrcnii
ses in Wilkesvillo township, tho folii.H'iug
described real estate ns tho propci 'y of John
Diuigherty, deceased, ii:u.Ued in tho county of
Vinton aud State of Ohio, to-nii !
Ihj west half of lha soutlnvcst nna-ter of
section iiumsar ft live, township number
eight, aud of rango number KJ sixteen, cou
tiiining s veiity-lour U acres. ,
AppruisoJ at Fivo hundred aLd ninety-two
dollnrn MU 00. '
Said lands to ho sold frco and unincumber
ed and upon terms ns follows :
Ono-third cash iu hand, ono-tbird in nix
mouths, and tho remaining eno-third in twelve
months, with interest from tho day of sale.
Dolerrcd poyniuuta to ba secured by mertgngo
on tho prumies.
JAMES DAUGIIEKTY, odmr
cf est. of ohu Dat.gherty.dec'd.
Ilratf-n Mayo, atty'a for pclitirnor.
March 8 IbliiJ -101.
STATE OE OHIO, VINTON CO;
Androw Wolf, Plaintiff, 1 In Court Common
v t Pleas.
Cilvln Kcetim Defendant, Order of Sale.
IJUKSUAN'r to the oornmaud ;of an order
of salo in tho noovoouujo tome direct
ed from the Court of Common Pieis, cf tho
aforesaid county of Vinton, I will liter ot pub
lic eulo, at tha door of the court honso, m tbo
to;n of MoArthur, in aforesaid countr of
Vinton, on .
'Monday, April 23d, 1SG0,
At tho hour of two o'clock p m, of snld day
the fullowinir nruniisnn uinmi,.,! ! il...
of Vinton and Stato of Ohio and bounded and
dosciibad ai follow i t.i.wir ;
One undivided sixth nun nf n. r.nif e
tl.o sfu'Lenst quai te-r of section number thrco
(3) of lowuship mmiber eleven (11) of rango
..in i..eiiieeii v, J I i, COnill llilnij ClglUy (t'l)
ucres more or less: Miliirot in i. .iA..n.n.i
f Margaiet Kcoton w dow of John Keeton,
Appraised as follows, to- wll Tan linn.lra.l
ami tiity dollars f 25i CO.
Aomin 01 saio, cabli in hand.
JOHN J. S1IOCKET,
Jocph J. McDowell ott'y for pit tf.
Mar. h 12, lSM-Snli-pHKu '
nmie or uuio,
tnton (Jo. :
E.izfl.e'.h Smith, Pil'il,
I u Conrti
J dor and dec
Iu Court of Com-
(icoriro L. Poity, Deft,
1Li:sl iNT to tho command of an Order
and Dicrcoin tho ubove cnuso to mo di
rected from the Court.of Common Pleas, of tho
aforesaid coimtv of Vln'm. I uiu ,.iv... .....!.
lie sale, at tho door o! tbo Court-Ilonse, in tho
viu ui jicariuur, in aiuresaiucot'.uty of Vin
Holiday, 23d day cf April, 18CG,
at tho hour of 2 o'clock P.M of rnid d.iy, tho
ii jt uu.iM.t unci i onenionts f j-wif :
In tbo castend c f Fraction tl.inv.nnn r.i,l!
i..n township, Vinton county, in tho Stato of
won, uuu in mo oiiio company's purchase
containing thirty-one acres.
Ordered to bo (old as tho property of Gcor"o
L. I otty, to satisfy an order and Deereo S
u.oiti.mu iouri in iav,r ot Elizabeth Smith.
A ppraissd as follows to-wit:-Foiir hundred
and sixty-four dollars, and mus'. bring two
thirds of that sum.
Tonus of sola cash In hand.
V A rv....,, ?'1"!ffV.Co.,0.
j. . vuiiatiuiu, nit j lori ii n,
Mnro 22, lSpr, 5-vr pflllO.
Sale of Real Estate by Or-tier
or Probate Court.
STATE CF OHIO VINTON CO.
ON the 1st uy of May, a. d. 15, atone
o clock p. m. on tho prmisci in Kichland
towrship, Vinton .oumy, Ohio, will b gold vo
the highest b.ddor. the following real est' te.
situate in said Vinton County, 01iio.7as'the
proncrtT of llcnrv V,l.0r,l- .!:.,' j '.'
Ihe nor neast quarter of the southeait qnar-
k. i" n, "" "; mwnsiiip num
ber i,ine(9). range number eightoen (18),in
till district SUbleet tl- snln .I PhillU-.l.. lit.
conta nmg thirty five aud i.ity-seven one hun
dredths., 3o 67-KO) aores. Also, the northwest
of tea southwest quarter of section number
tlirco(8), township number nine (9), range
number eightoon ( 13), containing thirty-seven
(8i) acres more or less."
Appraisodat 1300 00.
thu'"H t0.be Mld frM of dow and tipon
the following terma: ane-third caab in hand,
Snl'ti - ?.ln.g,x.m0Dth8 "d wmalnirg
?to dSof Ml."-'' m0m ,Uh in,9re8t frt
. 1ID1LPIIREY CLAEK. Adm'r of
March 29, lS04-C18pfl010
Dr, S. SRONQ,
Ilulberti Cor Opposite Court-boMir,
Asd Taxcy Articles,
PLUG WISLS A.D BUA.DIE
PATEXT MEDICINES, &c.
JEWEL Ii Y ,
IETTER, Cap, and No'o paper, Tort Folios,
J Port Monies, Diaarics, Pocket Knives,
Writing Fluid aud other articles kept by Drug
gists; neutrally. Tho above articles have boon
bought low forci.sh, selected with great care
and will be warreutcd as rcj rcteuted aud told
Very Lowest Cash Price.
N. B. Thysicions Preseriptions carefully
Jaunar) 4th ISCG-tf.
GRE,T cemhincd latent ol
Europe aud 4merica aro
the men toconsult : Drs. Bon
anarto & iievnolds. ot 1S2
Sycamore street, Cincinnati, is tho only offlco
in tho city where a permanent cure of private
Diseases can bo had without the mho of murcury
or change of diet. We guarantoo to cure Oonr
Icoa, Gleet, Syphilis, Impotency, Kocturnal
Emissions, or Soil' Abuso, Diurnal Emissions,
Female complaints, in short, every possible
form and variety of Soxual D.'kcaso. Cures
rapid, th ough i.ud permanent, aud fees mode
rato. Come one Come all.
Great judical cikculab sent for two 8 oont
FutNcn pafes A sure preventative odiseaso.
Piico, 1 each, or three for 2, or $7-per don.
Sent by mail.
Dr. B.'s Invigorating Llnimmt, Price. 2 CO
Great work os puivati diseases, tiix otidk
to health, isbonclicial to ull.male and female
tho old and jountr, should road this book. It
will enlighten those who grope iu darkness.
Prieo.'i'w by mail, mountain of light ono dollar.
N.ll. To the ladies. No Ltdy Bhould bo
without Mail. Jizior-s Fomulo Monthly Pills
a sato and ctloctuul remedy for all irregularities
mm uoiriicuon, irnm wnatovor caiiHo. rrice
one dollar a box; extra rlno flvo dollars. Cum-
municutions by mail entirely lonfidontial. No
rotters will be answersd unless thov contain
roiiultanoo or a postugo stump. Call or address.
JJKJi. no: a PA It I E & REYNOLDS.
1?2 r-yennmro St., bet. Fifth and Sixth, east sldo
incinniti. u. Ullice hours, 8 A. M. to P. M
Pile Rcmcd v
f PIJiES. TJAS cured thousands of
y , 'II the worst cases of
V ' Blind and Bleeding Piles.
It gives immediato rdicf. and cu".:cts a perma
nent en-e. Try itdlree'ly It is w granted to
euro, ior alu by all Druggists at 50 cculs per
January 13, ISfifl. ly.
' T"V- Sthicklaxd'
J Tonio is a con
centratcd preparation o'
Kootaana Herbs, witn
tivos to stroutrthen the stomach and nervous sv9.
tern. It is a certain remedy for Dyspepsia or In
digestion, Nervousness, Los ot Appotite
Acidity of the Stomach, Flatu'cncy anr
ueuiiity. it is not alcoholic, thereforo particn
larly suited for Weak. Nervous and Dyspiptio
persons. For sale by all DruggiBta evory wher
ni uuu uonnr per oottie.
January 18, 1868, ly.
"Put Money in thy Purse."
ROAD TO WEALTH.
5f)AA Active and reliable agents, male or
t vUU female, and of all ages, are ranted
to canvass every city, town, village, hamlet
nurnmup, mm lactory inrougnout the entire
world, for the sale of our
Watches, Jewelry, Silver- Ware, Musical boxes
Albwms and Other Articles.
Energetic persons cf good habits and fair bus
iness tact can clear over $25 per weok in tho
country, and a much larger amocnt in thickly
settled localities I J
No Capital Required I
Samples of our articles, to the amount of 13
will bo sent hy mail for inspection and If not
pirfoctlv satisfactory aoeharge. Send yonr ad
dress, if you are of an isdnstrions turn of mind
and in quest of Immediate wealth. Direct to
PAE1CINSON A CO., Importers,
for8-8m 808 Broadway, N.Y.
NOTICE. Any person obtaining ten sub
scribers, and sending ns the noiin.
oi.i,ih,iuiii receive me vihtomhi
sue year gratis.
At E. P. Boihwell's old stand, od High St
. McARTnUR, 0.'
HAVING bought out the
Botlitvcl., and brought
tof E. P.
nkw jToca or
And every oilier irrticle Iu the
All of wliicli we will
Tlmn nry other eBtablisIiiiie.it in the cduii-
ty. Cull anil examine our worK unci ace
loi yourselves. All work urarrBntod.
Eep. 28. Co. Cm E. A. HULBLRT.
WE call the attention of tnt cltizeni 0
Vinton county, to tho
Wyckoff & Kaler's
NEW QBINET SHOP,
AT THE OLD STAND OK
Sjiraguc & WyckolT, MeArthur, O.
Where they koep on hand every variety of fur-
U11UIU, CUUSlblllJg 01
And every tinner in the furniture line.
Which lliey will sell cheater thon tho cheat)
est. Collins alway on baud ond sold taentv
flvo rer cent cheaper than anv other cstabl! ih
menl in the State of 1 hio. Alto, window Sasl
on hand for sale low for cash. Jan. 18-Cm
EEl'DBLIO OF MEXICO.
1 WENTY YEAR CoUPOK FoKDH IN SUMS OT.
$J0, 6100,500, and gi 1.000.
INTEREST SKVliN PJiRCKNT., PAYA:
JiLE in the CITY ot KEW YORK..
Principle nutl iiitci-ct i:tya
Die i n no ii i) .
6lO,OCO;OCO io be Sold nt SIXTY CENTS
on the DOLLAR,
in U. S., Ciinerity, ihus yielding on Lter
etl Bl TWELVE l-En CFKT IN GOLD, Or SEVEN
TEEH PK.R CENT IN CURRENCY, Bt the piCsent
rule of premium on gold.
The Must DLSIIUiJLE INVESTMENT
Ihense Tracts of Miniko anb Aorti
cultural Lands. Sixty Per Cent, of Pout
Dues Imposts, and Taxes, in the Stall of
iamyulipas andbAN Luis Potcsi, end the
Plighted Faitii of the said Slates and the
General Goveuhmfnt are all Pledged for
the : redemption of these Bonds and payment
THE SECUIS1TY IS AMPMG
630 in U S, Currency will buy a 7 per c
Gold Bond of 650
160 in U S. Currency will buy a 7 per ct
Gold Bond of 81C0
$3G0 in U.S. Cuirenry will buy a 7 perct,
Gold Bond of fc500
$C0OinU.S. tirrency will kiy a7perct,
uoiu Eonti ot ii,0UO
Let every lover of Republican Ikstttj
tions but at least ONE BOND
Circulars forwarded and subscription ie
c ived by
JOHN VV. C0RL1ES &Co , and
J.N.TIFFT, Financial Agent the Re
public of Mexico, 57Broadwiy N.Y.
Subscriptions aUo received by Banks and
Bankers generally throughout the Uuited
November 16th 1865-6mo
"IIE LADY'S FEIEND
The best of Monthlies devoted to rfiinn
and pure Literature. 2.50ayear: Twocopies
4: Eight (and oae eraUa) 416. Wheeler &
Wilson's 8ewinir Machines civen as nrnminms.
Rend 15 cents for a sample copy to Deacon &
PiTnson,319 Walnut St., Philadelphia.
(Single number for sale by th Kews Dealers
JOB PKINTI&0 executed with neatness aad
dlspateb at tha Eioord effiee. Rmtinn'.
Building, asadeKT east of Court House, fnr-
" ' eJ
Liupii'i! Mi ii tile ill u i-hi nc.
Salesroom, 636 Broadway IV. Y. , 250
WanhinglonSt. Boston. 021 Chestnut: Ut..
1 M118 MACHINE, iseonstructed on entirely
. new principles of mechanism, poi-scssiog
n any raro and valuablo improvements, havinu
:een examined by the most profound expoits,
and pronounced to be
SIMTLIU1 1 Y AND PERFECTION
It has a straight needlo. rcrpendicnlnr oc'lnr.
makes the "Lock or Shuttle Klich,' which will
Kkitiikb iiip nor Uavil, anj is alike on both
siiles; performs perfem sewing on every dc rip
tion ot nmtorinl, from Leather to the finest Nan
sook Musiine, with cotton, linen or silk thread,
from the coarsest to tho finest nnmber.
Having neither Cu nor Coo Wheel, and .he
leai-t possible friction, .it runs n nmooth us
glass, and is emphat'oally a
I' requires Fifty pib cknt. ttss rowtn !o
drive it then any other machine in tlie marker,
a eirl oleven years of ago can work it stoadliy,
without fatiirue orininry to health.
Its strength and wondeiifi'l siuflicity of
construction, renders it almost impossible to
got out of order, and is ccakiiantld by tho
company to give entire satisfaction.
'if0 to supply tl'ienipelvfa nit hi
fwlo to come and examine this t
Wo res poet fully invito all thoso who may de-
a superior arti-
. Ono hilf hours instruction is sufficient, to
enable any person to work this machine to
IIemoiocs and CiiAniTASLC institctions will
bo libnrally dealt with
Aoents Wantkd for all towns in the United
States where Agents aro not already establishes.
Also, for Cu'ia. Mexico, Central and South
America, to whom a liberal dUo ount will bo
No consignments mndo at all. Address -
Empire Sewing- Machine Mi'g
a.ac. BUOADWAY N,Y;
Trinciplo Agencies Established: I'iltKburgj
rmcst Abtnolm Hnltimoro, Thos. fhanks.
Wheeling, W. Va. W. I): Sawkell Bro. fin
cinnati, O. Mather & Wilson
Novenibor COth Isfi, Ivr
I t'scm tho Iew York llerild.l
Prominent among the mechanical tri
umphs ol this mi et irgonioua age, com
mon lumcsly compels us to notice the Em
pire Sewiiig Blji irme, crmmended as just
ly styled peifectiou itself. Useful as have
been the various sewing maihiius, irom
time to time present! .! lo the public, each
one of them has been cursed with some
radical defect, which detracts from general
utility. Wurned by the experience of his
predecessors, the inventor ot tho Empire
Machine has produced an instrument, com
bining all the advntjtnj;es for which either?
are vaunted, end obviating every defect
whiih can be allri. : v j lo Ihem by the
most fastidious critic.
The Empir'Macnine is a marvellous com
bination of simplicity, economy and perfect
workmanship, being durable, free frcms li
bility lo get ot't of order, noiseless, and ea
sy of operation. Its mechanical contii
ranee is such as to secure stability, free
dom ftom accident, and accuracy as lo
workmanship. Bv the ue of the patented
shuttle and straight needle, if 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 llueads of
cotton, linen or silk, fiom the finest to the
As the Empire Machine is gradually
mpplunting its more antique rivals, no
one in want of a more uselnl iestrument
of this description, be he or she tailor,
coachmaker, dressmaker or seamstress, can
dn otherwise than teeure of these econom
ical and inimitable machines, suited alike
for family and manufacturing purposes.
The office of the Empiro Manufacturing
Co. is at No. &36 Broodway, New York
City, where they are now supplyiiif these
Enipiie Machines at prices lur below thjj
real value of the instruments. NewYor
November 30 l865-ly
Grovesteen & Co..
in A IN U K A Ci I U ICE u o,
49 Rrondway, icw York.
The attention of the Public and the trade
invited to our Neat Scale 7 OCTAVE
ROSE WOOD PIANO FORTES, which
for volume and purity of (one are. unrivall
ed, oy any hitherto lloewd in this market.
They contain all the modern improvements
Fiench, Grand Action, Harp Pedal, Iron
Frame oversliung Bass etc. and each in:tru
ment being made the personal supervision
Mr. J. II. Grovesteeh who lias has a
practical experience of over 3' years iu their
manufacture is fully warranted in evcrv oar
ticulur. . .
Tho ''GrovcBtoen Piano Fortes" res
. ceived tlio award of merit over all
others at the celebrated Worlds
Where were exhibited instruments fram
the best makers of London, Paris. Getmany
Philadelphia. Baltimore. Boston and New
York: and also at the Americnn Instutute
for five successive Years, the sold and silver
medals from both of whith can be seen at
By the interoduclion of improvements we
make a still more perfect Piano Forte; and
manufacturing lareel?. with a striell
cash system, are enabled to ofTer these in
struments at a price which will preclude all
Pbice-No. 1, Seven Octave, round corners
Koewood plain case $275.
No. 2, Seven Octave, round corner,
Rosewood heavy mouldtng $30f
No, 3, Seven Octave round corners
Rosewood Louis XIV stvle 325-
Terms: Net Ciisli in Ciirien Eunds,
nUCflDTIimtlf C .1 TiriTTf IDO'OEIUD
vuuomi in ci v,iiivuLiAni dm 1
Dec. 7ih 1665-lyr a, & c,
DISEASES OF THE URINARY AND
SEXUAL SYSTEMS new and rolin.
treatment. Also the BRIDAL CHAM
BER, ad Essay of Watninr and Instmriinn
Sent by mail in sealed envelonM. fro ai
chorge. 1 Address, Dr. J, SKI L L IN
HOUGI1T0N, Howard Association. No
South Ninth street, PhiladelphU, Pa. , '
WH. ism 100 J J JT,
HE LMBOL D"'S
EX TRACT BUCHtJ
HELMB OLD'S BUCHU.
, II ELB HOLD'S BUCHU.
Tiic On Known Remedy
IRRITATION OF THE NECK ;0P THE
BLDDEfl, INFLAMMATION 06"
THE KIDNEYS. CATARRH OF
THE BLADDER. STRAN
GUARY OR PAINFUL
170n these diseases It is truly a sovereign reni
; cdy, and loo much can not be sni j in lu
f 'raise. A single done has been known lo ro
iove themes urgent symtorns.
Are yon trcublcd with that riiatrewintr paia la
',!io imall of the back and through the hips I A
teaipoonful a day of lloimbold's Iluahu will re
PHYSICIANS AND OTHERS
I make no aecret ef ingredien's. rTelmhotd'a
Extract Bucliu is computed of Bnoh Oabube,
and Juniper Berries, selected with great caro,
propared iu vacuo and aecordiug to rule of
PHARMACY AND CHEMIST-RY
Tho'-e ingrcdiontp aro known as the most rat
eable Diuretics afforded
Ii that which acts upon the kidneys
Eimm EXTRACT lUGilli
Is plca?ant in taato and odor, froo from all lnja
rlous properties, and immediate In its action.
FOB TflE 8ATIEFACTI0H OF All,
Seo Mcilii-al properties contained in Ditperua
toiyofthe U.S., of which tho following in a cur
rcct copy :
'liUCUU. Its odor in atrnnv i1lir,iuli n,1
somewhat nromatio, its tasta bitteriahand aauL
rgous t) thut of mint. It is given, chellly in
complainta of tha Urinary Urains, euh aa
(ravel, Llironio lutarrh of the bli.ddor atkl
L'rothia; Diseases of the prostrate: and Iietou
tion or tho Incontinence of Urine, from a loss
of tcno in tlio parts concerned in itsevocnation.
It lias alxo been recommended in Dyspepia,
Chronic ltheuinalium, Cutmeus affections, and
FOR FORTH ER INFORMATION
Fee Trofessor Deweea' valuable work oa tba
practice of phyi-io.
r"ee tho remarks mado by the celebruted lr.
Physio, of Philadelphia.
Sue ary and all standard works on afedislu,
IN TIIE WORLD.
I am acquainted with II. T. Helmbold ; at
occupied the dtug store opposite my residdlioe,
and w8 successful in couducting the business
whore orhers had not hoen equally so before
him. I have boen favorably impressed with hia
character and enterprise.
Wii. WiioiiTif ait,
(Firm of Powers ci Weightman,)
Ninth and Brown St., Phils.
From tho Phila. Evcn'g Bullotin, Maroh lOth.l
Wo aro gratified to hear of the continued ano
oessln New York, of our townsman, Mr. II. T.
Ilelnibnlil. DriifffTtftld llta .in.. ... .i.-
, . .-. biwioi UMk mim
JloUopolitan Uetol, la 23 feet front, 880 feet
deep, and flvo stories in height. It is certainly
grand establishment, and speaks favorably of
the moriis of his articles. He returns his ofliee
and laboratory to this city, which are also model
establiuhnioutsof their class. '
Tho propriotor lias been indnccd to make thla
statement from the fact that hia remedies, al
though advertised, are
Acd knowing? that the intelligent refrain
"n anything pertaining to quackery or
tho Patont Medicine order mos of whioh aro
preparid by self-srylod Doctors, who are to g
norant tOTeida physician's simplest prescrip
tion, much less compotentto prtpaie pharma
THESE PARTIES RESORT
various means of effecting sails, suoh as eon-'
ying parts of advertisements of popular rem
edies, and flnlsh'ng with certificates.
The Science of Medicine stands imple, pnra.
and majestio, having fact for Its basis, inductioa
its pillar, truth alone for its capital.
A WORLD OF CAUTION.
nnlth is most Important, and tleafflieted
should not use an advertised medicine, or ny
remedy, unless its contents or ingredients ar
anown to others beside tho roanofaotnrer, or
nntil they are satisfied of the qualifications of
party ao offering. -
FLUID EXTRACT BUBHU,
FL,UJR ETJ?ACT SARSPARILLA
AND IMPROVED ROSE VVA8H
Establshed upwards of 16 years.
Prepared by H.T. HELMBOLD. '
, PniNUPLE DEPOT. ,;.
HELMB0LL'S DRUG AND CHEMICAL
'.""UUSIS, 694. Broadway, N.Y
An! HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT
104 South Teuth St. Philadelphia P.: ;
' I ..;''! -i i - ..
, SOLD BY aI L DRUG QISTSy
Neveinbw ISiH-if, .